Given that I’ve taken on the mission of going through Ascension publicly and given our recent discussions of the purpose and design of life, including states and stages of enlightenment, I feel it desirable to communicate what occurred for me yesterday. (1) These experiences are valuable unto themselves but they’re also valuable to be communicated.
I would not call what occurred enlightenment, not even spiritual awakening. But I’d call it a transformational experience, which like all experiences of that kind, then fades with the individual being restored to his or her normal state of experiencing.
The experience occurred in the middle of my writing the article yesterday. Inspired by Archangel Michael’s message, I felt the need to write about it and, as I did, and as I dwelt on the words he had said, there was within me a huge release of love.
That love was non-directed; it was general and universal.
The experience lasted for hours, into Friday, and then, by mid-morning, it had lifted.
Readers of the blog know that this has occurred for me on earlier occasions and on them as well, the experience subsided and left me with slight traces.
This experience also left me with traces of it. It’s easier now for me to access my love. I find myself wafted into the experience of love quite easily.
It also showed me how the experience of feeling at one with everything arises and makes itself known. Love dissolves all barriers. I was left with an all-encompassing love, in which the feeling of separation departed from me.
I do notice that I’ve been cleansed regarding certain moods and states. The floor of my inner ecology has again lifted and by a significant amount. So it’s a step forward.
As I said yesterday, all expansions of state, including enlightenment, don’t last until we reach the level of sahaja samadhi, which we will at Ascension. After Ascension, our unitive consciousness, with all the bliss that goes with it, will endure.
Sahaja is, by the way, our “natural” state. It’s a permanent heart opening. This heart opening was dramatic but temporary.
Each spiritual experience such as this one compensates for years of work and I feel similarly compensated here. There’s no telling ahead of time what differences this experience will make in my understanding, writing, or experience of life. But it has propelled me forward in ways that I don’t fully understand as yet.
(1) “This Wonderful Rainbow of Love,” Nov. 8, 2013, at http://goldenageofgaia.com/2013/11/this-wonderful-rainbow-of-love/.