Enlightenment Dishwashing Discovery. In today’s guest post, Blog-Buddy JEAN describes how she moved into Age of Awakening Enlightenment.
Yes, Blog-Buddy JEAN is the latest member of the RES community to move into Enlightenment.
One of the sweetest things I have learned about Enlightenment is that each person has a story. Graciously Jean shares here.
Before or after this guest post, you might wish to read these related articles:
- About Householder Enlightenment
- Validating that Jean has moved into Householder Enlightenment
- Jean’s listing on my personal Enlightenment Life List
- Jean’s listing at Moving into Enlightenment, Helped by Rosetree Energy Spirituality
Crossing the Threshold into Enlightenment
That particular moment that I felt (most likely) I had moved into Enlightenment.
Rinsing out a glass at the kitchen sink not feeling one way or another. The concept was just casually was there.
You know? I may be across the threshold into Enlightenment now.
I did a very quick and sloppy version of Rose’s “Questioning.” And got back “Yes.”
Briefly I paused washing the dishes, moved away from the sink (I was onto a plate by this time), and said:
OK, I accept Enlightenment.
Not much happened.
Validation of Enlightenment
So I finished the washing up, thinking that if this was actually so it would (most likely) become more apparent before too long.
And so it did when Rose and I had our most recent phone session.
Actually I began to feel greater bliss a couple of hours before the phone session with Rose.
The Enlightenment Validation Procedure I went through with Rose was absolutely essential for me to see that, yes, this higher state of consciousness had actually happened for me.
I was shocked but in a good way — to see that this was so.
Moving Forward with Bliss and Gratitude
Well, not surprisingly I am now an even bigger fan for Enlightenment Coaching than I ever was before
Rose, a blissfully humongous shout out to you for developing RES, for your Enlightenment Coaching, for this blog for all you do.
And a personal thank you to yourself from me, myself, for all you have done that has helped me.