Spiritual Enlightenment


1 Enlightenment is not denying your existence or falling into the trap of feeling depressed or guilty for not being who you are thought to be, for this may overwhelm you.

2 Enlightenment is the ability to see yourself in the midst of it all, so you can become the observer of everything that is and exists and feel joy for being able to see and express creation in all its form. You see?

3 You can’t deny your humanity. You have to embrace the beauty within it, just as you can see a rose. You may either pay attention to its flower or the thorns. Which do you prefer?

4 You can see humanity in their laughter or in their crying process. Which one do you rather see? You see? Happiness or anger, movement or stillness? You can add as many examples as you wish. You see?

5 As you can see, it is up to you how you see things and how you act and react to all of creation being put in front of you, by you, and for you to see.

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