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Our Blog Has Reached 28,000 Comments


Gratitude abounds to all of you Blog-Buddies who comment here.

Today we have reached 28,000 comments at “Deeper Perception Made Practical.” When I tell people about this blog, I say, “Be sure to read the comments, not just the posts. Those comments are at least as good as the articles.”

Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES) helps people grow with energy READING skills and energy HEALING skills that are especially effective for living now. And you Blog-Buddies help to carry those sparks of inspiration into this world. This teacher thanks you.

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    About our latest contest, given all the discussion here lately about disliking violent movies, here’s a gentle reminder.

    You could nominate Oscar nominees in roles that did NOT involve violence.

    Just click on over to the list of nominees, with descriptions of nominated roles, and you can find women and men to nominate who simply acted. They weren’t supplying “entertainment” akin to watching Christians be devoured by lions or French nobility at the guillotine.

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    David B says:

    Congrats, Rose. There is not a high percent of blogs who have this volume of comments. But having this high a quality of discussion too is rare.

    I appreciate this is partly because you give a lot of attention to that quality. But your articles also attract excellent insights. I’ve learned a lot here.

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    DAVID B, thank you. I’d also like to acknowledge YOUR blog.

    Recently you posted a wonderful article about having written over 1,500 posts at “Observations on the Road Home.”

    I added a few comments there. Crossposting a bit at THIS blog…

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    I do think it is important for every Enlightenment Coach to offer two things:

    * Understanding about Enlightenment. What it actually is, with plenty of nuance included.
    * Help for evolving rapidly and, even, helping folks to cross the threshold into Enlightenment.

    Doesn’t it make sense that both of these would be needed? I haven’t read even 500 of Davidya’s posts here, yet I have read enough to know that he does include both sides of the coin.

    Readers, you may not be aware that both types of help are NOT always offered at resources like this. Two big cheers (out of two) for Davidya!

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    While concluding that article, DAVID wrote:

    And please don’t use your estimation of someones stage to judge them. We’re all on the same journey. And we’re all a broad mixture of development with some things open, other things to heal, and many experiences yet to be had. Human development is not that black & white. Rating others just makes yourself smaller.

    My wish is simply that the articles here help support rather than hinder your journey. But that is up to you.

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    My response:

    Many professions aim to help with spiritual development — including Enlightenment Coaching, meditation instruction, energy healing for the sake of spiritual progress.

    These services are often, sadly, fraught with mushy thinking, sentimentality, and even outright fraud.

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    One trend I have noticed is a kind of permissiveness, or lack of discernment, about Enlightenment. Discernment need not mean “Being judgmental.”

    To provide understandings and criteria about different states of consciousness, as Davidya does so beautifully, isn’t the same as judging or claiming superiority.

    A wise discernment can protect every seeker of Enlightenment.

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    David B says:

    Thanks, Rose. I responded in kind on the article, if anyone is interested.

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    Emily says:

    Thank you Rose for this amazing blog. I may not be able to comment as often as I’d like but the website is bookmarked and checked at least once a day and I try to read all the comments too.

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    How sweet, EMILY. You’re so welcome.

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