Christ is already in that place of peace, which is all in all. He is on the right hand of God. He is hidden in the brightness of the radiance which issues from the everlasting throne. He is in the very abyss of peace, where there is no voice of tumult or distress, but a deep stillness--stillness, that greatest and most awful of all goods which we can fancy; that most perfect of joys, the utter profound, ineffable tranquillity of the Divine Essence.
The real message of the Ascension is not that Christ has "gone" to another "place" but that he is the "All in all" - that is, he can no longer be located in a specific place. It is the great doctrine of the ubiquity of Christ.