What is enlightenment? Are the gurus, sages, mystics of the day enlightened? If their enlightenment were a sex organ, how much would they have to play with?
Enlightenment is a big word. It is a huge accomplishment.
Enlightenment is a way of being that is unburdened by the mind, the concerns society imposes on you. It is a simple way of being joy, rejoicing with life is the normal.
Just like with many other things in the domain of being, the nature of reality is such, that you can only see the tip of the iceberg of enlightenment.
We see the peacefulness of the person, the smile.
If is hard to tell if a person is peaceful as an act, carefully rehearsed, or the result of coming to peace.
But when I merge with their body, their feelings, their being, I can tell what the thin veneer is hiding: an unpeacefulness, that is often worse than yours.
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I had a rare glimpse at the nature of reality today.
It’s been happening quite some time, but I could never catch the why of it…
Imagine the scenario: you are playing a card game with 52 cards. No one is there to move the cards, just you, and you don’t cheat.
You get to a point where you are clear that you lost the game. So you go and make yourself a cup of tea, go to the bathroom, answer the phone… whatever.
About 10 minutes later you come back and look at the game. Before you close it, you just want to look at it again. And miracle: you suddenly see a way that, in three more steps, instead of losing, you’ll win this game.
You suspect divine intervention. You suspect miracle… but what happened, really? What is the “real” nature of reality?
Ever since I started to run the Harmonize Your Vibration audio in the background, I’ve been having miracles like this happen, several times a day… but this time I caught the “what happened” part, for the first time.
I caught the thoughts “it’s impossible…” and “I can’t…”
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