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Astral Romance Undercover

Astral Romance Undercover

Astral Romance Undercover. Because “The Romance of the Astral” is losing ground five years into The Age of Awakening.

Astral Romance Undercover. That’s another change, five years into The Age of Awakening. A big-deal, surprisingly not-talked-about anniversary. Celebrated on this blog, at any rate. Quite recently!

Today I’ll summarize “The Romance of the Astral.” Then brief you about a trend I’ve been noticing: Astral Romance Undercover.

Spiritual Aura Reading

Spiritual Aura Reading

Spiritual Aura Reading — what does that mean to you?

Spiritual Aura Reading. As an aura reading student, what do you seek? A kind of aura reading that is obviously “spiritual”? See today’s new YouTube video. It might change your mind.

Spiritual Aura Reading — Meaning What?

Gladys fainted. That’s how she knew her aura reading had been powerful. (She thought.) Fainting meant that it was spiritual.

This may help you to sort out what you believe about being spiritual

Confused about what it means to be spiritual?

Confused about what it means to be spiritual?

If you care about being a spiritual person, life can be way confusing. What does it mean to be spiritual? Lately we have been exploring this in a series of articles.

Comments coming in today have alerted me that many of you Blog-Buddies may be confusing several different things when evaluating what is spiritual and what isn’t.

As an Enlightenment Coach, might I recommend you that you learn to separate these three categories?

1. Authentic spiritual experience

I’ll define that as authentically, really, truly having a direct experience of the Divine.

Who decides when someone is authentically connecting to the Divine?

Personally, everybody has the right to an opinion. Besides that, various belief systems about religion can define spiritual experiences in ways that belong — to my thinking — in the second category. Or the third. So please keep reading.

Deeper Perception Made Effortless

Only you can decide how much you are willing to trust when doing techniques for Deeper Perception. But sometimes a teacher can remind you to “Let Go and Let God.” And then, if you’re willing to take the hint, wonders can happen.

This was brought home to me yesterday. My first weekend workshop in Tokyo was ending. As usual, we made a ceremony of it. I would present the certificate of completion for each graduate. He or she would come to the front of the room, receive the paper, and speak to the group about any major Aha!s from the workshop.

This ceremony is always my favorite part. The very active, vocal students are so articulate, expressing how they have grown. While the quieter students finally divulge what has been going on with them.