Age of Awakening Enlightenment, India! It Has Begun

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Awakening Enlightenment, India! To my knowledge, as the Founder of RES, Age of Awakening Enlightenment has “officially” begun in India on Monday, February 27, 2017.

Not just America, Canada, and England! Among members of the loosely knit community around this blog and Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES) — now, for the first time, an addition to my Enlightenment Life List from India!

Another disclaimer: I’m not announcing that all Enlightenment has just begun. Actually, Traditional Enlightenment has dominated conversations about the entire topic of Self-Realization. And much of that conversation has taken place in Asia. Especially India.

At my personal Enlightenment Life List, I have acknowledged many magnificent people who have attained Traditional Enlightenment through study in India. Sometimes under the influence of gurus from that part of the world.

Regarding Age of Awakening Enlightenment, though, hooray! My very first sighting in India has happened. Thanks to my long-time client D.G.

Early into our latest session, I facilitated a Skilled Empath Merge. That’s when this Enlightenment Coach noticed the shift to his state of consciousness.

Validating Awakening Enlightenment, India

Only quite rarely do I use a certain procedure, among the many skill sets of Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES). “Enlightenment Validation,” it’s called.

Basically it’s a combination of Stage Three Energetic Literacy and skills as an Enlightenment Coach.

Regarding Age of Awakening Enlightenment, India native D.G… has passed with flying colors.

Like millions to come in this Age of Awakening, this man of integrity has been able to move into Enlightenment. And to do it with Age of Awakening Enlightenment. India, there really is more to aspire to than Traditional Enlightenment. Wonderful though that is.

All over the world, not just India, Age of Awakening Enlightenment is growing.

Such a Triumph Tale: Age of Awakening! Enlightenment! India!

From the Land of the Vedas (The Oldest Consciousness Research on Earth)

For several years now, I’ve had the honor of serving as an Enlightenment Coach — and have even created an Enlightenment Life List. Plus a second list dedicated to those “Moving into Enlightenment, Helped by Rosetree Energy Spirituality.”

Each person’s journey is magnificent. Uniquely beautiful!

Before his own words, let me introduce the story of  D.G.’s unusual culmination of his path to Enlightenment. A beloved client who has had so many dozens of sessions with me, ever since 2009.

His entire adult life, D.G. has inspired others through his leadership and loyalty to his family, highly successful in his high-level career. Unfortunately, years ago, he began to develop mysterious health problems. Eventually, these problems became severe, impacting his work, even life-threatening.

What Could Be More Terrifying?

Perhaps this: Although extreme health problems were undeniable, the cause remained a mystery.

None of the medical specialists D.G. consulted, not a single one, has been able to diagnose an actual disease. Including both allopathic physicians and practitioners of complementary medicine!

D.G.’s suffering has been intense. Yet through it all, he felt connected to Spiritual Source. Beyond that, I’d say, he has demanded not to lose faith in this sacred connection.

Seems to me, this brave man has sometimes felt unbearable discomfort, terrible fear. Having a human, animal body, he had no other choice. Not, for those moments. Soon afterwards, though, every time… this deeply stubborn man insisted on honoring his sacred connection. Surrendering to That.

In D.G.’s Own Words

For 2 1/2 years, I’ve struggled with some intense suffering. Also for a long time there was a lot of anger, frustration at my situation. And anger with myself.

But eventually with free will, and desire for knowing and experiencing God, what happened?

Somehow the grace of God moved me more towards acceptance of what was happening. Also my acceptance grew.

What is in our control? Only things our actions, not the fruits of it.

Fruits of our actions may be determined by past karma. Or, in this complex world, due to so many other things.

But whether in health or career, we can just always do our best. Even without having control over the results.

One lesson in particular I learned, internalized, and experienced more and more during this time. The serenity prayer…

Asking God to give us:

  • The courage to change what we can.
  • Forbearance to accept what we cannot.
  • And wisdom to know the difference.

Beautiful Choices, Glorious Use of Free Will

Seems to me, D.G.’s choices are responsible for this first RES-flavored instance of Age of Awakening Enlightenment, India!

Most of all, what impressed me most? Over time, what happened to his seemingly inevitable (and very human) kinds of doubt?

Didn’t he feel an increase in bitterness towards all that unremitting pain?

Actually, D.G.’s fears and angers actually decreased.

And how come? Seems to me, that was the power of D.G.’s free will.

Because he did every smart and good thing possible to restore his health. Simultaneously he insisted on strengthening his connection to Spiritual Source. Every single day.

Extreme pain and frustration, day after day — D.G. has endured all that and more — while doing his simple human best.

Miraculous Tapas

Not for the first time, I grateful for my background in Hinduism. (Coming courtesy of the years when I worked as an initiator for Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, teaching TM.)

Over many months, I’ve helped D.G. with sessions of Soul Thrill research (Energy READING skills of RES). Also I’ve helped with Energy HEALING skills of RES. And, behind the scenes, Enlightenment Coaching.

Beyond that, I’ve struggled to understand what was going on with this mysterious illness. Not only inexplicable. All of this seemed so cruel.

However I did know the concept of tapas, or sacrifice willingly undertaken for the sake of spiritual evolution. Was it possible that Divine help, especially the Ascended Master Shiva, could have a hand in this?

Seemed like that to me, based on aura reading research. Some extra knowledge about that lit up the day of D.G.’s Enlightenment Validation. Because I had the privilege of researching the amazing transformation of his aura, fresh from moving into Enlightenment. (Probably within the past week.)

Fires of Shiva

“Fires of Shiva” I found. Not that I was sure this was an expression anybody else would ever use. Doing the best I could, I explained this information delivered through energetic literacy:

Fires of Shiva occur when Shiva helps to speed up a person’s evolution by creating (what seems like) inexplicable destruction. Totally unfair suffering. Apparently.

Nevertheless, Fires of Shiva are not bad karma. These troubles make no sense in terms of that person’s astrological chart. Or health history.

Since Fires of Shiva are… in a way… miraculous. An expression of the grace of God.

Turns out, D.G. was very familiar with this expression. Never before that session, however, had he connected this with his own personal experience.

Knowledge matters. Validation matters.

I’m glad all this helped enrich D.G.’s experience. Especially since I’ve googled on Fires of Shiva and found what on Google? Amazingly, nothing! (How often does that happen on Google? Of course, I didn’t do my search in Hindi.)

Sharing Householder Enlightenment, India! with You

Thanks again to D.G. for allowing me to share this story with you.

Blog-Buddies, may it bring you inspiration.

Also comfort, if you have been suffering from crazy-weird problems with health or finances or more.

Despite all this, you can evolve spiritually.

It’s so wise to do the very best you can, on a human level. (If he hadn’t, would D.G. would still be alive today, let alone beginning to thrive? I doubt it.)

Fulfilling our human responsibilities — that always matters. However, what’s the other thing we can do?

Keep the faith. Even when it’s hard. Keep the faith.

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21 thoughts on “Age of Awakening Enlightenment, India! It Has Begun”

  • 1

    D.G. – I have much respect for your endurance and resilience. Mysterious illnesses can be so frustrating.

    I wish you the very best for your future health.

  • 2
    Christine says:

    Congratulations D.G. I too am familiar with the Fires of Shiva, although I wouldn’t have ever called it that, and it is a grace to experience life this way. I also love the serenity prayer as it helps so much when you’re among those flames.

    I’m very happy for you that you are experiencing the world the way you are.

  • 3
    Jean says:

    D.G. I too have tremendous respect for how you are choosing to live your life.

    Thank you for sharing your thoughts.

    Indeed illness and the pain which often goes along with it is….quite something to live well despite of.

  • 4
    Jean says:

    In my humble opinion to do so is truly a major achievement.

    May I extend congratulations to you on your move into Age of Awakening Enlightenment.

  • 5
    Sophie G. says:

    What a powerful blog post.

    ‘What is in our control? Only things our actions, not the fruits of it.

    Fruits of our actions may be determined by past karma. Or, in this complex world, due to so many other things.’

  • 6
    Sophie G. says:

    Thank you D.G. and Rose.

  • 7
    Isabella C. says:

    Honored to hear your story, D.G.

    Congratulations on making it through those 2.5 years. I really hope this illness clears up for you now; and if not, that you find it’s worth it.

  • 8
    Isabella C. says:

    I think there’s a little thread in D.G.’s story that is common to all who have reached Age of Awakening Enlightenment… or grown a lot spiritually, Enlightenment or not.

    What you’ve described in this post is really the recipe, isn’t it? In D.G.’s case, sped up and intensified by the Fires of Shiva.

  • 9
    Isabella C. says:

    There are lots of ways to get lost in life.

    Or fun or interesting experiments one can do for a while.

    But if your priority is spiritual growth, and you’re serious about it… this is how it’s done.

  • 10
    Isabella C. says:

    Doing the best you can with free will, and using it at every chance.

    Insistence on connecting with the Divine, so you don’t veer off course.

    Reminders every day of where you start, where you come from- “That.”

    Congrats again, D.G.

  • 11
    pcheung says:

    wow,
    so beautiful, thank you for sharing.

  • 12
    Zofia says:

    I tried Googling “fires” and “Shiva” in Hindi then google translated it back, but that brought up too broad a range of results.

    But I feel I should mention the “Book of Job,” which may be an echo of a similar concept in the Judaic tradition.

  • 13
    Somebody Else says:

    Thank you so much, D.G., for sharing your experience.

    It is so inspiring to me.

    You give me hope in my own (lesser) health frustrations. And all frustrations, really.

  • 14
    Somebody Else says:

    Isabella, I don’t comment much, but I always appreciate the wisdom of your comments.

  • 15
    Somebody Else says:

    And, Rose, thank you for your uplifting and inspiring blog. I continue to read every post with appreciation.

  • 16
    David B says:

    Thanks for sharing DG, and Rose.

    I’ve also experience the fires, though not in the same area of life and not quite so deeply.

  • 17
    David B says:

    Sometimes we come in with such a drive, we are willing to work though anything to dissolve the barriers.

    Acceptance can be such a huge lesson to allow what is here to shine through.

  • 18
    Isabella C. says:

    Thank you, Somebody Else!

  • 19
    D.G. says:

    Have no previous experience in Blogging. So quite delayed to all the responses. But thank you all for the warm wishes and responses.

    If in any small way my story has been inspiring, i am so happy about it.

    Not that i ever thought that this will lead to enlightenment or anything close. But love for god never only decreased.

  • 20
    Rose Rosetree says:

    D.G. Your voice and presence shine through as if we were speaking together on the phone, as we have for so many years.

    Always that love for God has been a defining characteristic of you, and perhaps your comment (like this post) will help make that contagious.

    Thank you for contributing here.

  • 21
    Julie says:

    Thanks for sharing, D.G. and congratulations. This is inspiring.

    It boosts my faith in the universe that this good thing is happening for you.

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