In a spiritual frame of mind, there comes a point of experience in life when material motivations cease to nourish happiness and wellbeing. At this point, a journey into the consciousness that pervades every substratum of life must begin.
Into this spiritual consciousness is a journey without any worldly goal. In fact, goals of the world must be released for the time being so as to fully allow the unfolding of higher levels of consciousness and enlightenment to unfold in the journeyer. And on the other side of this great awakening, it is seen that there is only one goal of the world, and that is to embody the spiritual reality in fullest expression.
To accurately discuss what spiritual awakening is, we must begin by looking at what it is not. To this end, it is not the body, although it inhabits the body, it is the mind; it is not form although form arises from it.
Awakening from a spiritual context refers to the stream of awareness that can be seen as light, literally and figuratively. As light expands, so too does consciousness. And as the mind of a journeyer opens to see this inherent awareness/light that pervades all cosmic interaction, to include the microcosm of atoms and particles, the journeyer (Ted Senario) begins to recognize the spiritual fields of consciousness that surround one’s self.
Excerpt from THE BOHEMIAN ADVENTURE: A Voyage to Free Consciousness
As this recognition arises, a sense of expansion into this field is experienced and the transcendence of material motivations is reached. In order to initiate this function of spiritual consciousness, all one must do is begin with opening the mind, proceed to an opening of the heart, continue deeper and deeper into the “unknown” and as this occurs, deeper and deeper realizations of Self arise to awaken the mind to ever increasing domains of Unity.
Read more about Ted’s enlightenment in THE BOHEMIAN ADVENTURE: A Voyage to Free Consciousness by F.T. Burke.
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