Mother Teresa Aura Reading. So we can explore sainthood in contrast to Enlightenment. Just in case you thought these were synonymous.
Definitely inspiring. But what kind of inspiration did she bring the world?
Sainthood Versus Enlightenment
When Mother Teresa was canonized, I began exploring this question. As in the article “Saint Teresa Did Miracles.” Mainly to celebrate her canonization. However, not sharing details about this saint’s aura.
By now, that blog post is more than a year old. More recently, DANA K gave me a different Catholic saint to research. Considering him for my Enlightenment Life List.
Sure, soon I’ll research the aura of Padre Pio. But first, I’m thinking like an Enlightenment Coach. Wanting to clarify that doing miracles doesn’t make someone a saint. No more than creating the popular systems Emotion Code and Body Code… Would mean their founder is in Enlightenment.
Yes, DANA K has been busy nominating interesting candidates.Yesterday I researched her nominee Dr. Bradley Nelson, Mr. Emotion Code. Was he in Enlightenment? Turned out, not remotely. Instead, how about spiritual shutdown? (Seems to me, that’s the deal with him.)
Incidentally, are you wondering how the advocate for a system… that allegedly clears out emotional problems… would personally be so far from Enlightenment? See Comments 2,464 – 2467 at that Enlightenment Life List. Just to shed some light.
Accordingly, more than ever, I decided to write today’s blog post. Praising spiritual beauty, especially sainthood. Yet also calling attention to illusions.
Such as the illusion that good deeds — even sainthood — equal spiritual Enlightenment.
Mother Teresa Aura Reading, Nuts & Bolts
Use your energetic skills along with me, Blog-Buddies. Preferably before you read the rest of this article.
And might I invite all you readers to check out the Saint Teresa Aura Photo I’ll be using.
Seeking background on energetic literacy? Check out 21 Stages that you might learn some day! Yes, it’s really a thing! Would I love to teach you skills, starting with Stage 3 Energetic Literacy? Definitely!
Mother Teresa Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Spiritual Source
Pure love. Identifying with that love of God as who St. Teresa really desires to be.
Mother Teresa Third Eye Chakra Databank for Connection to Jesus Christ
Noteworthy: This chakra databank is one of the optional variety. Clearly going with this nun’s lifestyle as a Bride of Christ.
47 feet. Just a bit over-functioning.
The presence of Jesus lights up this chakra databank. Until this connection feels as real to this nun… as a table or a lamp.
Mother Teresa Root Chakra Databank for Connection to Physical Reality
3 inches. Nearly in shut-down.
Strongly aware of torment. Exceptionally aware of human suffering. Identifying with it.
Seems to me, to this nun, living in the world is like wearing a crown of thorns.
Mother Teresa Belly Chakra Databank for Sex Drive
First of all, I’d like to summarize why I’m reading a celibate’s chakra databank about sex. Mainly, I think it’s important for understanding the point of this article.
- Becoming a saint, a person may live with immense torment.
- While moving into Enlightenment? The nun’s aura holds zero torment inwardly. Even if her belief system includes walking the Stations of the Cross, etc. For example, research the aura of a different Catholic nun. Who’s on my Enlightenment Life List.
1/8 inch. Shut down.
Mother Teresa High Heart Chakra Databank for Soul Thrill
1/8 inch. Shut down.
Sadly, I notice a whipped and tortured quality to this chakra databank. As if purposely making choices to nullify her personal sense of self. Doing something just to bring joy?
Evidently, that’s not allowed.
St. Teresa of Kolkata led a life of great beauty. Disciplined beauty. With magnificent service and grace.
Although I’m glad that she won the biggest prize her church had to offer…
Nevertheless I do wonder. Could this great saint have done all that good in the world — and done it — without making herself into a kind of devoutly suffering human sacrifice?
Mother Teresa’s aura suggests to me that she wore a self-imposed crown of thorns. Undeniably, it was a beautiful way to design a blessed life. But hardly the only way.
What do you think, Blog-Buddies?