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Posted by on Aug 25, 2015 in Blog, The Enlightenment

Spiritual Enlightenment Explained

Spiritual Enlightenment Explained

A spiritual enlightenment is the realization of what is truly real. Wow. That isn’t helpful, is it? It is just a side of a circular logic: “the realization on what is truly real.” Okay. Let us try another. It is the reconnection to you and the thing called divine, in which are ultimately the same.

How about that? Is that better?

The one of the big thing that the spiritual awakening reveal to us—along the truth–are the vastness of our limitation. A spiritual awakening is then felt throughout our body, mind, heart and soul, but not sooner have that erupted then we are forced to see how much limited we have been in so many regard. The bright light is shining in the inner most depths of us asks a potent question: “Now that we all know about the truth, will we now clean up our homes or will we just try to ignore all of our illusion, pains, and misconception?”

Many First Spiritual Awakening Encounters

There is no one way that individuals experience an awakening. The awakened state includes all encounters and states of consciousness. Nevertheless, there are a few common tendencies in awakening. Occasionally, a spiritual awakening is a form of failure where someone ultimately lets go of something, and also the facts is shown. (You might also like: The Thing Called “Soulmates” and Other Myths that Holds Our Love)

But, the springing up of the truth within you remains, as well as your life is changed in a spiritual awakening. The inquiry is do you do your resist or adopt it?

Reality Versus Delusion

From the view of the head, a spiritual awakening provides you a clearer comprehension of what’s real versus what’s illusory. You may perceive all of the things which are made up, and just about everything is made up when you get right down to it. The first awakening is world-shattering for most folks due to the fact that they begin to see how they bought into a particular manner of living, determined some matters were significant and others weren’t, etc. The basic principles of life also become quite straightforward as the focus goes towards matters like ethics, truth, and unconditional love to others. However, in awakening, it means letting go of lots of delusions about who you believed you’re and giving up.

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Posted by on Aug 20, 2015 in Blog, The Enlightenment

The 5 Signs You Know You’re Experiencing Spiritual Enlightenment

The 5 Signs You Know You’re Experiencing Spiritual Enlightenment

I have spent a great deal of time also it is likely time to circle back to what that means. I blogged about “What’s a Spiritual Awakening” some time past, and my fundamental definition of awakening is the fact that you understand what’s actual. It is realized by you on subtle energy levels –heart, body, head, and multiple levels. The soul comes and you also are irrevocably altered–even in the event that you try and return to old ways of being. Generally, I believe everyone has religious openings daily, however they do not adhere and become that rolling swell of awakened consciousness that deeply alters everything.

We surrender to what’s instead of constantly attempting to manipulate, control, or direct what’s before us in a vain effort to get that which we believe we need in letting go. And finally, the awakened state of consciousness is consistently here in this instant. Bear in mind, that most folks attempt to run back to the self, which is the reason why there’s often so much suffering and pain in the majority of people’s first awakening shift. Also, healing and detoxing may be a messy procedure. So while the subsequent spiritual awakening hints seem easy (and they’re), we frequently go through extreme journeys to de-complicate our own lives and bring our lives back right-side up. (You might also like: Spiritual Enlightenment Explained)

1. All I Feel Is Love

It is not ugly. You feel love for everybody. You need to provide love to everybody, and you also feel as if you can get love from everyone. This really is not an intimate or sexual matter, although that is definitely not precluded. Since it is also not only a thought that is visionary, platonic.

2. A Deep Sense of Peace , Calm or Serenity

Another indication of a spiritual awakening may be deep awareness of peace or calm. Frequently we move back and forth from this composure into the old awful self thoughts for some time, but the calmness grows as we continue to decide on the facts of our love. The internal waters that worry, rage, shame, remorse, and so forth have been continuously disturbing begin settling down. Each time something gets agitated it becomes more easy to see what it’s as this inner peace grows. In the mix of clarity, peace, and love, you start to understand the expansiveness of your abilities as well as a number of the depth of your mistakes. All these are secondary spiritual awakening hints–without the primary ones I am listing, it might not really be an awakening).

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Posted by on May 4, 2012 in Blog, Process, The Enlightenment

Resistance:  How to Let Go

Resistance: How to Let Go

One of the greatest not-so-secret secrets of the spiritual path is this: let go. Just let go.

Most of our minds are trained to be these complex structures, and subsequently, our complex ego-minds want a complex path to spiritual awakening. We’ve thought up all kinds of tools and techniques from breathwork to meditation to chanting and so forth. And these are all beautiful things to do, ways to connect with people, and spiritual practices to pass the time. But they don’t have anything to do with awakening.

Sure, awakening can come during the times that you do those things, but it doesn’t have to. Awakening comes because at some point in time, you fully let go. You let go of all the things that you thought you are and all the things you’re trying to do. You come to this effervescent, shining sense of okay-ness with yourself, and you wake up. (You might also like: Encountering Ego’s Death)

Spiritual Awakening Can’t Be That Easy

And why not? Why does awakening have to be hard? I can tell you in my own life that in all the ways that things have been hard, I’ve been holding on to some idea of how I should be living my life. In trying to cram the expansiveness of my life into a small idea, I’ve been miserable. In all the ways, that I try to pretend that I’m not “fully awakened” yet and attempt to act in ways that don’t support who I am, I’m simply crushed and defeated. Spiritual awakening is about fully letting go into this present moment. No retreat or spiritual practice actually gets you there. There’s no process to go through at all. I’m sure that last line seems ironic given the name of this website. But the truth remains. You wake up in the singular moment when you let go of all resistance.

So What’s the Spiritual Process About?

The spiritual awakening process is about how long it takes before you fully let go. It can also be a way of managing the ego-driven reality of your life for the short term until you can manifest a way of living that aligns with your deepest self. With that said, the process should be temporary at best and often un-needed. A process for awakening is usually manifested to make the remnants of a despondent ego-mind feel better about itself and feel like it has some measure of control over life. Of course, if you’ve awakened, you know that you ultimately have no control over anything. Control is an illusion. You don’t even control your body. If some neural pathways go dead in your head, try to lift your arm. Whoops. Can’t do that anymore. So much for the idea that you even control your body.

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