There are layers to experiencing a sense of invincibility.
Many of us go through a phase in our teens where we feel indestructible and can take crazy chances. I can recall sitting on top of a car going over a large bridge at speed to “get the (film) shot”. No harness, just the driver asked not to stop suddenly. Or messing at close range with modified flares to get effects. (Film-making was an early passion.)
Next up is when we become clearly aware of our deeper nature and experience its unchanging quality: indestructible, eternal being. We come to feel indestructible within.
As we purify, we gain what is called the kavach or shield, an experience of being protected by nature. Some call this invincibility and indeed, we can experience deep protection. We remain subject to sprouted karma unfolding, but even in that, we can feel diverted from worse results.
Later, the higher octave heart opens up and we experience a tender but indestructible, universal, unconditional love. Often, we first experience fear of opening and being hurt. As Brené Brown observes, courage and vulnerability are key. That’s much easier if we feel an inner foundation. Then we can open to higher love.
The highest form of invincibility is physical. This arises late in embodiment after we master the elements and can “harden” the body. The text describes becoming as hard as diamonds, an indestructible form.
However, this is still extremely rare in the current time. It would require exceptional purity and vision in our current collective.
But meantime, we can enjoy a deeper and deeper stability through our connection to source.