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Grateful RES Practitioner. Pediatrician KATIE in Enlightenment

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Grateful RES Practitioner. Celebrating Enlightenment for KATIE, today’s blog post turns unexpectedly personal.

Today this Grateful RES Practitioner will tell you a bit about Pediatrician KATIE. Yesterday was her day for Enlightenment Validation. And my day for gratitude.

First of All, Pediatrician KATIE’S Enlightenment Validation

This brilliant woman, so deeply service-oriented, recently moved into Enlightenment. The Age of Awakening kind of Enlightenment.

No surprise to me! From our very first session, I knew she was close. Last night was just our fifth session.

Soon as I did the Skilled Empath Merge… (Quite standard near the start of just about any RES session….) Immediately I knew this would be the day: Pure-hearted KATIE’S day to pause and accept Enlightenment Validation.

When it comes to her personal life, KATIE is a very private individual. Perhaps in the future she’ll write comments or a guest post, introducing herself. Perhaps not.

Meanwhile, I can tell you this much. How did she describe herself, right from the start of our session? She gave me permission to paraphrase:

I’m feeling more engaged. Yet, underneath everything, I’m also feeling more joy.

My activities flow, like I’m always living in the moment. This is new.

Another way to put it? I notice what’s happening. Rather than what I used to do: continually analyze life as I lived it.

Definitely an excellent working description of living in Enlightenment! KATIE’S version, of course. If you read other Enlightenment Validation articles here, you’ll see. Everybody’s experience is different. Yet certain commonalities shine through.

For me, yesterday, something different began shining through. Not about living in Enlightenment but rather about a new degree of gratitude. I feel inspired to tell you about this.

An Update from this Grateful RES Practitioner

Even before the session with KATIE, my earlier Monday sessions had made me feel grateful.

Client Joe is doing so beautifully. I’m proud of him. And in session with client Gladys, at a certain point she teared up. I did, too. How big was her personal growth during that one little session? Immense.

Of course, what is the definition of this field where — improbably — I get to be the founder?

RES helps people grow emotionally and spiritually. Using energy healing techniques that work now… in The Age of Awakening.

Suddenly, softly, I realized. How much I’ve been learning about the human heart! Ever since doing my first energy spirituality sessions. And that was in 1986!

Blog-Buddies, How Do YOU Learn about the Human Heart?

If you don’t mind my asking. (And, as always, I’d very much appreciate any responses you put in the form of COMMENTS.) Really, apart from your own personal experiences, how else do you typically learn about the human heart? I’ll go first here.

Apart from my personal experience and professional work, how do I learn? And by learn, what I mean is: How do I gain depth knowledge of other people’s pain, their human struggles?

  • Not much learning from TV or movies. If it’s violent or super-dramatic, I turn away.
  • Never learning from media coverage of murders, robberies, natural disasters. Sometimes I’ll donate money. But otherwise I turn away.
  • How about coverage of wars and famines? You guessed it. I turn away. (For example, thus far I’ve managed to avoid seeing video footage of 9-11. Just as I never watched coverage of O.J. Simpson’s chase in the Bronco. Or the rest of his trial.)
  • Top memoirs and novels, beloved for sharing Victim Tales? Fast as you could say “scram,” I’ve turned away.

What do all these resources have in common? Gathering knowledge from these sources, I’d be a voyeur. No kind of helper at all.

Even More Important for Informing My Choices for Learning about People?

By now I know enough about how consciousness works to make an informed decision:

  1. Why imprint reported suffering on my personal Energetic Hologram Collection?
  2. Also, every single moment of participation will be recorded for the rest of my long history of my soul. Recorded in my Storehouse of Impressions. (Note: At this link just provided, I agree with the first paragraph only.)

Therefore, to me, there’s no such thing as a quick glimpse of human horror for entertainment. Fun or not, whatever we humans observe brings long-term consequences. Deep within our subconscious minds and auras… we never forget a thing. It goes straight into each person’s Storehouse of Impressions. Or, as my former teacher Maharishi Mahesh Yogi used to call it, the “chit.” (A Sanskrit term.)

Why muck up my long-term memory with tragedy gossip? Personally, I choose to turn away.

But Learning about My Clients Is Different

They educate me about the human heart. Nearly every day of my life I do at least one RES session. Where will it take me?

  • Maybe into my client’s struggle with an eating disorder.
  • Or a client’s lonely journey out of a love addiction. Or a romance with weed being overcome. Alternatively, perhaps, progressing past being “a little too fond of her beer.”
  • Sometimes it’s sorrow or strife in everyday bad relationships. Like with parents, children, a supervisor at work, or a lover.
  • Other times, my client has a terminal illness, such as cancer. During sessions I co-create ways to help my client squeeze in as much growth as possible: Spiritually enriching the days that remain.

Plus the Most Intense Kind of Learning in RES Sessions

Wow, that’s something else. Imagine facilitating sessions of past-life regression. Using the version called Soul Energy Awakening Hypnosis®, I’ve helped clients move out frozen blocks from other lifetimes. Along with Divine support, we’ll delve into details. Such immense-intense details! Info required for permanently moving out ancient stored up-pain. For instance:

  • From being a victim of rape or murder. Or being the perpetrator of rape or murder.
  • Suicide. Death from drug overdose. Sometimes, being involved in black magic or other astral shenanigans.
  • Homosexuals in hiding. Homosexuals in hiding. Also, homosexuals in hiding.
  • Surviving a war. Having the clan throw out my client, who was smarter or more creative than the rest.

You get the idea. Ouch!

These Depth Experiences of Suffering Make Me a Grateful RES Practitioner

Consciously, I’ll leave these sessions as fresh as a daisy. What goes into my short-and-long-term subconscious memory includes improvement.

Beyond that, all the RES skills that I use to help clients include Divine co-creation. That protects me. Safely I gain the knowledge for helping my client.

Also, I’m grateful when witnessing the quirky, adorable stories — how my clients gain personal growth and spiritual awakening. Just about every client does really well. (Who doesn’t? Those who expect me to act like their psychic. Or therapist. Or deliver cosmic truths like an old-fashioned guru.)

Witnessing the loss of suffering and the awakening of joy — that is part of my everyday job as an RES Practitioner.

So, could there be a better way to gain knowledge of the human heart? I can’t imagine what would suit me better. Of course, I’m enormously grateful that I can do this kind of work.

Finally, there’s this consideration….

What’s Different about RES Helping? What’s Different for the Helping One?

Plenty of other helping modalities exist. Each of the following delivers knowledge of human pain and suffering.

  • Thank goodness, I’m not a psychotherapist or psychiatrist. Hearing all those stories of pain. Also, having to ease suffering for some patients who can’t function normally (and never will).

A friend of mine from college became a psychiatrist. Some 30 years later, I saw her photograph in an alumni magazine.

Gone was the playful blonde I remembered, so zesty and lovable. Instead, the picture showed a face etched by torment. Picture Abraham Lincoln shortly before his death. Right on the surface of her facial wrinkles and hollows, it showed — unbearable pain my courageous friend had helped her patients work through. Clearly so much pain accumulated within her.

  • Also, thank goodness I’m not a psychic or New Age-style energy healer. Or (as the fashionable term these days goes) an “intuitive.”

So many psychics were my friends, back during the New Age years. Only now, since the Shift into The Age of Awakeningtragically… these lines of work are longer safe. Hence a blog post you can read. Describing my grief howl about what has happened to so many kind, caring, generous people.

Instead What Allowed Me to Become a Grateful RES Practitioner?

Simply this, I get to help others by using skills of RES Energy HEALING and RES Energy READING; Empath Empowerment® Coaching and Enlightenment Coaching. Helping to bring something distinctly new into this Age of Awakening. Modalities aiming to fulfill the promise of living now, in this new era. As you may know, I believe very strongly:

In the Age of Awakening, millions of people can move into Enlightenment. And do it as householders, not renunciates.

This momentum is just getting started. We may well witness in our lifetimes the Enlightenment Validation of millions.

Getting to play my part makes me a very grateful RES Practitioner.

Finally, I Feel a Very Human Combo of Gratitude and Amazement

Why did I get to bring RES into the world? Yesterday I asked myself that question. Because my heart was so full. And it’s not something I often think about. Still…

Why? That KATIE, for instance, is way smarter than me. I could go on and on about her. But, of course, in this lifetime she’s an influential pediatrician. She already has her job, her dharma.

Joe and Gladys, from my other sessions yesterday — both of them have qualities of intelligence, caring, courageous leadership. Had circumstances been different, one of them could have been the founder of RES. And I would gladly have studied with either one of them as my teacher. (Incidentally, I seldom compare myself to others. Yesterday was unusual for me.)

Altogether that’s true of quite a few RES clients and apprentices and practitioners that I’ve known. They have awed me. When I finally retire — some 20 years from now, if I’m fortunate — those RES experts I’ve trained will take this field further. They may well outshine me.

So, yeah, I was wondering yesterday. Why did I get this job?

Well, Here’s What I Think

I’m not as special as many that I’ve had the chance to teach and help. (If you read the memoir about my early years, that will show quite vividly.) But maybe I’m more like the millions of ordinary people with the destiny of moving into Enlightenment.

How I would love to see that happen in my lifetime!

Because the truth, as I know it, is that we don’t need to be special. Any more than we need to become monks or nuns. To evolve now, all we need is to live with basic integrity, live The New Strong, do our best to grow as human beings. Like doing 20 Daily Minutes of Technique Time, choosing our spiritual practices wisely.

Seems to me, what else matters immensely? Simply put, that we’re willing to learn.

Have you noticed? Living now, in this Age of Awakening, it’s not the time of avatars like Jesus and Krishna and Buddha.

Likewise, you may know about gurus. Within the past hundred years, humanity lived through the time of the great world gurus. Historically speaking, that was so perfect for the final century of the Age of Faith.

In retrospect, it’s clear that surrendering to spiritual superheroes is over and done with.

Important to note: RES is just one way to help people move toward Enlightenment. My last workshop for 2019 aims — among other things — to help people progress on their spiritual path, whatever that currently is. Including more clarity and discernment about one’s personal journey!

What Is this Age of Awakening, Then? Why Is It Different?

From a spiritual perspective, our Age of Awakening is the time of Emmanuel. God with us. God in us. (And of course, a stronger and livelier presence of God in our auras — that is the essence of Age of Awakening Enlightenment.)

Not the Age of Faith version of co-creation, with Jesus — or other avatars — worshiped as rare, exotic versions of God with us. Now, in the Age of Awakening, regular humans can live that way. Because that’s a practical description of the state of consciousness called “Enlightenment.”

God is always a part of us humans. However, after crossing the threshold into Enlightenment, there’s an ongoing and stronger presence of God with us. Hence the occasional experience, noted by many of the RES folks who have moved into Enlightenment: Enlightenment Eye Flash.

As ordinary people, all of us can make that great leap. You see, Blog-Buddies, if a childlike and sometimes foolish person like me can move into Enlightenment, of course! Any of you reading today’s long post can do the same. (Only transforming as your version, not aiming to copy mine.)

What else explains why I got to found RES? Like many of you reading this — a rather long article! — I’m willing to work hard. Perhaps that’s why I got this job. 😉

Ultimately, I’m willing to carry on, even in the presence of mysteries that I don’t understand.

For so many reasons, then, today this RES Practitioner is grateful.

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  1. 1
    Kylie says:

    I love this post Rose. First, congratulations Katie. It is always exciting to hear about someone new in enlightenment.

    Especially exciting to hear that you are a pediatrician, someone in a public job where you have so much influence, through both your auric modeling and your professional skills.

  2. 2

    Congratulations, Katie!

    I share your gratitude, Rose. And I chuckled when you implied you are not special: there’s humility for you!

  3. 3
    Leo Watts says:

    Thank you for sharing this lovely post.

    It’s becoming clear to me that the essence of Age of Awakening Enlightenment is claiming for ourselves our own sovereignty, in becoming spiritual grown ups.

  4. 4
    Leo Watts says:

    Not boring, perfect grown ups, but messy, kind, imperfect, and engaged grown ups. Ready and willing and able to be present NOW.

  5. 5
    Leo Watts says:

    It’s characterized too by a deep investment in human life, not detached in a pool of bliss, but vigorously, intensely, joyfully, and sometimes tragically invested, as you reiterated to me recently.

  6. 6
    Leo Watts says:

    The high degree of struggle and disaster in many lives in the early stages of The Age of Awakening seems matched or superseded by the fabulous potential for meaningful growth and evolution.

    So that soberly considering the state of humanity is cause for celebration even in the face of deep challenges.

  7. 7
    Kylie says:

    Second, I love hearing about your experience as an RES practitioner Rose.

    For me, I learn about the heart through my work as a librarian, from my many conversations with ESL patrons who impress me every day with their bravery and hard work.

  8. 8
    Kylie says:

    I love learning about people’s stories, getting to know them, and being able to help them improve their English, make friends, find resources, and learn about/participate in the community here.

  9. 9
    Kylie says:

    Nothing makes me happier than seeing a student who used to be silent in class, come into the building, look me in the eye and say, “Hello Kylie. How are you doing?”

  10. 10
    Kylie says:

    Or seeing a very shy woman who moved here from Korea two months ago, chatting happily in the library with three women she met in my conversation class.

  11. 11
    Living on Earth says:

    I teared up reading this beautiful post Rose. Your “childlike and sometimes foolish ways” is what I love and particularly appreciate about you.

    I can so relate to that side of you. And maybe that’s what makes you so special to many.

  12. 12
    Kylie says:

    What’s difficult for me is being aware, of how much more help people need. Caring for people so much, and knowing that there is so much I can’t help with. At times like this I think about becoming an RES practitioner.

    It is tough to see people struggling with the new vibrational realities of life post 2012, and not be able to help.

  13. 13
    Living on Earth says:

    Also congratulations Katie.

  14. 14
    Julie says:

    Congratulations, Katie!

  15. 15
    Bailey says:

    Congratulations, Katie!

    And, lovely to read this post, Rose.

  16. 16
    Bailey says:

    Except – ahem – I doubt whether ALL of us reading this post can move into Enlightenment….

    Remember you already told me it is highly unlikely that I will be able to move into Enlightenment in this lifetime… you said it could happen for me in a future lifetime…

  17. 17
    Bailey says:

    Sorry to pour a bit of cold water on this!

    But it’s probably not realistic for everyone to imagine it can happen for them ;).

  18. 18

    BAILEY, thank you for adding that cleansing shower of realism. First of all, I don’t remember what the circumstances were when I spoke the words you remember. So I can’t tell you if I used the words “highly unlikey” etc., or it’s more how you remembered what I said.

    What matters, though, is how many times, over the years, I’ve congratulated you: For growing so fast, both emotionally and spiritually and socially. Besides that you’ve noticed big steps of progress all on your own. And that’s really the point, isn’t it?

  19. 19

    RES aims to help people grow emotionally and spiritually, as stated in this blog post. It isn’t just for helping some people to cross the threshold into Enlightenment.

    Whether you look in the ABOUT sections of this website, or the SESSIONS sections, it will be evident that RES includes four major specialties, and the last mentioned is Enlightenment Coaching.

  20. 20

    I hope that all you Blog-Buddies understand that I don’t promise anyone Enlightenment. How could I?

    If you look over the words that I actually wrote in this post, I never promised such a thing. For instance, you can read, “In the Age of Awakening, millions of people can move into Enlightenment. And do it as householders, not renunciates.”

  21. 21

    “Millions,” right? Out of, currently, 7.7 billion people in this world.

    In Enlightenment or not, anyone living The New Strong, or even Human-Based Spirituality, is a leader. Not just the small part of one percent who live in Enlightenment.

  22. 22

    So, thank you, BAILEY, for speaking up in that thoughtful and well-intended way you did.

    Incidentally, I know you’ve read the blog post on “Enlightenment Etiquette.” For any of you Blog-Buddies who haven’t seen it yet, here’s a link.

  23. 23
    Brittany says:

    Congrats Katie!

    I love the array of folks in Enlightenment; people from various walks of life and professions.

  24. 24
    Julie says:

    I often learn about the human heart through RES sessions.

    When aura reading of a person reveals their struggles, but also motivations that I have common ground with.

  25. 25
    Julie says:

    Such as idealism or the desire to triumph over pain.

    Or the courage to keep going, or even perfectionism as a saving grace.

  26. 26
    Julie says:

    The direction of help the person is pursuing may not be helping that much. As in the case of eating a strict vegan diet, or living yoga as a lifestyle, or doing talk therapy about traumas.

    But the motivation, somewhere in there, I feel the same.

  27. 27

    BRITTANY and JULIE, thanks for your latest golden comments.

    Now, JULIE, I’ve just got to ask a follow-up question about your Comment #25. That idea of “perfectionism as a saving grace” — please add more, because this could go in sooooo many different directions.

  28. 28
    Emily Turner says:

    Thank you for this beautiful post Rose.

  29. 29
    Jean says:

    Congratulations Katie! Yey!

    Thank you Rose for sharing all you have here. I very much appreciate the insights.

  30. 30
    Liane says:

    Congratulations, Katie!!

    What helps me learn about the hearts of other people is to learn about my own. When my heart grows, so does the capacity to learn about others.

  31. 31
    Zaybe says:

    What lovely comments, both Julie and Rose. Thank you.

  32. 32
    Brittany says:

    Liane, I love your comment. I agree entirely.

  33. 33
    Emily Turner says:

    Congratulations Katie! Heartening news.

  34. 34
    Julie says:

    Hi Rose,

    In that example, I just meant perfectionism as something that keeps a person really, really human.

    Invested in objective reality and wanting to do a great job!

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