A Selection of True Awakening Experiences Part II

I am grateful that I have been invited to Barbara Franken’s challenge to share our awakening experiences, Part II .
     Since I didn’t participate in the first part of the challenge, I start with a short description of my awakening journey.
      During a period of overwhelm, I realized that I wanted inner peace more than anything else and that all usual self-help methods had failed so far. This was the start of my journey in 2006.
      After that, the universe led me on a trail. I read a lot about NDEs and reincarnation stories, all of which was mind-blowing to me coming from a scientific background. Then I devoured channeled stuff about spiritual principles (we are consciousness; consciousness is one and creative), as well as A Course In Miracles (ACIM) which is a Jesus channeling about forgiveness. I also consumed many personal accounts of contemporary enlightened ones. I had become a hardcore spiritual seeker in the non-duality department, aiming for enlightenment.
      In 2009, I got my major ‘forgiveness opportunity’ where I could practice the principles of ACIM; I found myself in a situation where I felt exploited. This brought on the feeling of helplessness and huge anger attacks. For the coming years, it was my main challenge to deal with this anger.
      I never went to any spiritual meeting and never had a teacher (other than books and youtube videos). But the universe acted as my teacher, with stick and carrot. When I was off-path (i.e. angry), I got burned out light bulbs and all sorts of weird electrical behavior around me. When I was in inner peace, little wishes tended to be fulfilled in miraculous ways.
      Apart from this stick-versus-carrot-teaching, there were many experiences on the path which I interpreted as lessons. I started to realize that inner peace seems to very much encouraged by the universe. It is not just another emotion, but it is Home. I found out by experience that thoughts coupled with emotion do manifest reality. Some dreams about the future  seemed to teach me that there is a timeless place in me which just knows the future. I was taught by experience that we are connected via consciousness.
      I went through a dark night of the soul and was forced to let go of the attachment to many parts of the former ‘me’.
      By focusing attention backwards at the ‘sense of I AM’, I found a place inside which is very peaceful. Staying in that peace inside granted access to a  new navigation mode. Wishing and allowing instead of striving and struggling. Learning to read the communication signs of the universe instead of relying on other people’s opinions and best-of-breed processes.
      I had some experiences that showed me  that I am consciousness and that the world is like painted on me.
      Access to the still small inner voice became clearer and offered me advice. I realized that divine guidance showed up in many different ways, via dreams, songs in the head, and patterns of events with literal or metaphorical meaning.
      Up to 2012, my path was characterized by the hunger for books about spiritual knowledge, the awe about all the formerly unseen realms, and also by the huge anger attacks (which lessened somewhat with the help of ACIM lessons).
      In 2012, something new happened. The inner voice asked me to share what I had experienced. But I did not feel ready for it nor entitled to do so. After all, I still have very much an ego and a self. How can I write when I am not enlightened yet? And I reacted with huge fear and panic to that request.
      Slowly and in baby steps, I went forward, sharing anonymously in a forum first. Then, end of 2014,  I started this WordPress blog (only upon request by the inner voice and only after much resistance and some health issues).
      2015 was about meeting fellow travelers on the spiritual journey. Oh, how many different paths there are! But I don’t seem to fit into any of them. Where do I turn when I have no clue about astrology, when I have a hard time appreciating poetry, when I am confused by lightworker lingo and Buddhist vocabulary as well? When I have no knowledge or desire to quote any of the philosophical ‘-isms’ out there. Can’t read auras. Can’t see ghosts. Haven’t had a spectacular Kundalini awakening. I am a mixed breed of everything and nothing.
      But in a dream I was encouraged to ‘just share my peanuts with fellow travelers’.
Where am I now?
      I find my self drawn to bloggers who share their spiritual journey, with all its ugly and beautiful aspects. I realized that despite all the differences of the various paths, the underlying subject is the desire to regain the lost paradise.
I have become more at ease with sharing on my blog and more spontaneous in commenting.  The community here with the large variety of spiritual bloggers is wonderful. Even though I don’t fit into any path or tradition in particular, I still can connect with many of you.
      Since I have decided to remove myself from the exploitative situation, the anger has lessened considerably. Anger and grief do still come up at times, but less frequently and less severely.
      Frequently, I wonder about the many different spiritual paths, their advantages and disadvantages. How come they eventually end up with the same insight, the falling away of the illusion of the separate self,  if they start out with  different belief systems? Are there common milestones for everyone on this spiritual journey? How to create a map for this uncharted terrain? How to use a common language?
       I am also wondering about my day job. Working in a corporate culture sometimes feels like a field study of the coping mechanisms for the illusion of separation. With detached amusement, I watch the rat race and sometimes wonder about the pointlessness of the human endeavors. I see the mechanisms of fear and all its ugly stepchildren. On the other hand, the universe does not make a distinction between private life and work, and therefore the dynamics of the single invisible hand of Source (e.g. synchronicities, miracles, ego-shredding dynamics) can be observed at my day job as well as in any other circumstances.
      After I had overcome this big hurdle of fear regarding blogging, I thought, ‘Now, I can relax.’ But I continue to get these little homework assignments from spirit (youtube video, maybe a Facebook page, prepare workshop about forms of divine guidance and more).  And I struggle with my resistance to each and every new request. Why isn’t blogging enough? I don’t want to have my lifestyle disrupted. Yes, I do like to talk about the spiritual journey one-on-one over lunch. But the thought of having to organize workshops, of traveling, and of marketing makes me cringe with fear. The inner discussion with my spirit guide about this topic would probably fill a book.
      I realize that this phase is about overcoming fear. Surrender is the way forward. And it is not a one time thing. It is a new surrender to every request from spirit.
      Sometimes I think that everything is perfect as it is and that my resistance is perfect, too. It is the only way I can get the full range of divine guidance, in dreams, signs, songs in the mind, etc.. Soft nudges as well as stern warnings and threats. Only this way I am well equipped enough to share about divine guidance.
      But often, the requests of the inner voice bother me. Then, I wonder whether Buddhists hear a still small voice of guidance, too. If not, maybe I should become Buddhist and tell the inner voice to shut up because it is just an illusion, hehe.
The next post in this blogging challenge is by Marga on http://lifeasimprov.com/ .
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57 thoughts on “A Selection of True Awakening Experiences Part II

  1. Thank you for sharing, that was really interesting and wonderful to hear more about your own personal journey. And from a scientific background, how brave you are to open to all the metaphysical material. I love how unique all our paths are and the perfection of the choreography design amazes me!

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment. Yes, the journey shook my worldview quite a bit. And all our journeys are unique, that’s true. And yet I still try to find some common milestones. I, too, am amazed by the choreography of this dance. I often think about how it was orchestrated that I was led to your former blog.

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        1. Well, I thought I told you back then. You were in Jed’s forum and were writing a lot there, somehow looking for people to discuss with and connect with. And on one day you wrote that you would consider writing a What To Expect book about the journey since you were ‘in the thick of it’. I liked the idea of that book and wanted to connect with you and wanted to tell you that this is a great idea.
          I tried to logon to the forum, but there was something wrong with the forum. No new members could login. A technical problem. I informed Jed, but he could not figure it out or fix it.
          Then I googled your nickname and found your former blog. That is how I met you.

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  2. How lovely it is reading your post and I feel genuinely proud to have you as my divine friend who is experiencing her own unique journey to self realisation… No matter what others are doing or being it is so important to resonate with what feels good for ourself… and journey with a happy soul. In this way, even when we don’t know where or what, we have the courage to trust everything we bring into being to experience more love and joy, inspiring others along the way… Thankyou so much Karen for sharing your wonderful journey with the rest of humanity…. Love barbara c

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    1. Thank your for your comment, Barbara. And thank you for the invitation to the blogging challenge even though I did not participate in the first part. It was a wonderful prompt to write the journey down.
      Yes, it is so important to do what feels right for ourselves and not just follow a path which is predefined by a tradition, I agree. Finding that inner teacher (instead of an outer guru) has been very important to me.
      Love,
      Karin

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  3. Hi Karin,

    Thank you for taking the time and bringing presence forward to share your story.

    When you wrote, “Sometimes I think that everything is perfect as it is and that my resistance is perfect, too.” I completely agree!

    The resistance is all a part of it. Sometimes I think there is a path, as we note that we are encouraged in certain directions, and as we realize that we are converging with aspects of Self, and then we find… there is no path. You are the path. We are the path. I love how each of us is unique in our expression of it.

    Like you, I find it difficult to “put it out there” but we do it, slowly and surely… everything will come together just as it is…already happening.

    Blessings, wishing you a beautiful day and weekend,
    Ka

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    1. Thanks for your thoughtful comment, Ka. I’m glad to hear that this resonates with you. It is good to know that I am not alone with my resistance to putting things out there.
      Is there a path or is the no path? That is one of the many paradoxes of this journey, I think. In the end, we arrive where we have always been, in this now-moment. So, it is a path without distance. But until we get to recognize that, there is a path with more or less psychological upheaval.
      Peace and blessings,
      Karin

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  4. Wow, Karin, this blew me away. It resonated so much with me, right now, it’s almost as if I had written it myself. I too am a “Spiritual Mutt” trying to find my way through the mazes…..and so happy I found you and read this post today. Yes, the fear, the guides urging us forward, the fear again, the comfort zones. Yes to all of it. Thank you.

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    1. Thanks for your comment, Martha. I am glad to hear this resonates with you. The community here is great. It is so much easier to navigate this uncharted terrain if there are others who can relate. I often wonder, ‘Is this normal? Am I on track? Who else has experienced this?’ So, to hear from you how much you can relate really means a lot to me. Thank you!

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  5. Hi Karin, I really enjoyed reading this post and learning more about your journey. I related to many aspects of it, including your thoughts on the day job! 🙂

    Also, this: “Frequently, I wonder about the many different spiritual paths, their advantages and disadvantages. How come they eventually end up with the same insight, the falling away of the illusion of the separate self, if they start out with different belief systems?” I think about this often, too… I see humans being incredible facets of one big diamond and we have endless ways to express and find truth, our creativity is endless. It’s quite magical, how we can create so many different paths with ultimately the same destination… or no destination… 😉 Thank you! Aleya

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    1. Thank you for your comment, Aleya. I am glad to hear that you can relate to the post. Navigating this uncharted terrain often feels lonely, and so it is great to know that what I am experiencing is ‘normal’ (if a spiritual seeker can be considered ‘normal’ at all).
      Yes, the many different paths with the same destination – or no destination and ultimately no path either. This is a subject which intrigues me. I think I have to write another post on this.
      Thanks for taking the time to read and comment.
      Karin

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  6. Hey Karin,
    It is wonderful to have you among us for the book project. I enjoyed learning a bit more of your journey and your current status. You seem to be concerned about what you aren’t. Who needs classification? You seem to be clairaudient at the very least and also are a dreamworker. Your advancement seems quite rapid to me as you receive regular communication readily and see the consequences of your choices.

    I am so glad to have met you here and treasure our friendship. I am excited to see where your path leads you.

    Hugs,
    Linda

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment, Linda. You are right in that I don’t need to be concerned about which box I would fit in. Every path is unique anyway. It was just my initial reaction to the blogs at WP. To which blogs do I subscribe if one half talks about astrology and the other half is poetry (ok, I am exaggerating here), and if I can relate to neither one of them, since my poetry-appreciating-neurons are totally underdeveloped and my astrology knowledge is close to zero.
      Clairaudient? I don’t get an audible inner voice. It comes as thoughts which seem to be not from me. Maybe that qualifies as clairaudient.
      Dreamworker, yes, I didn’t know there is such a term. But if I ever need to put a label on myself, then I could print that one on my business cards 😉 .
      I am glad that we have met here at WP and thank you for your frequent encouragement, and I am also curious to see where the journey leads me.
      Hugs,
      Karin

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    1. Thanks for your comment, Natalia. Glad to hear that you can relate.
      Yes, this journey is not always blissful. What you describe sounds like part of the dark night of the soul. I remember this feeling flat, almost depressed, wondering what is the point. It was like being in the desert. But the good thing is that it passes after some time.
      Best wishes for your journey.

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  7. Dear Karin, I doubt that any one us thinks we are special. We are all of unique in seeking answers along our roads as we each have had to unravel our doubts and fears along the way.. I remember way back how hard it was for me to come out into the open within my blog which was then on Windows Live Spaces that I was medium..And it was years Later that I gave up my anonymity to reveal myself in my logo 🙂

    I have so enjoyed reading your journey.. I must catch up with all of Barbara’s other entries very soon.. My own post has been drafted for a while, I only added some photo’s to it yesterday.. for Next weeks posting..
    We learn so much along the way..

    Anger, Tolerance, Patience, Self Love.. Forgiveness.. the list is endless and our learning never stops…
    What I love about this journey is that we see so many similarities within each other.. As we step out of our comfort zones to speak our truths, and connect with our hearts…
    Loved your post Karin.. and Bless you for sharing and being part of our collective awakening..

    Love Sue xxx ❤

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment, Sue, and for sharing your journey.
      I see many similarities between our journeys, as you wrote . The learning about the emotions, overcoming doubt and fear. I am looking forward to reading your post in this challenge.
      Love
      Karin

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  8. Hi Karin,

    I am late to catching up on all of the posts in the series, but am working my way through them. I enjoyed reading this very much and am glad we have connected here in WP land. I can relate to not always understanding or fitting in with particular paths, and have moved through various paths myself along the way, always taking what spoke to me that nudged me closer to the truth. I would say I eventually settled on ACIM as the root of my approach, but it is kind of the entry point into a new landscape. The map, not the terrain as they say!

    I can also relate very much to the realization that we can discover commonality in these various paths and teachings, and that it is the entirety of our lives that matter– our work life, our home life, our play, our travel, our dreams, etc. It is all in there and part of our dialogue of awakening with our heart, and the universe…

    Peace and Love,
    Michael

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment, Michael. I am glad to hear that you can relate in so many ways to my post. I am also glad that we have met here at WP.
      ACIM was also very important for me. Its first 104 workbook lessons helped to diminish the anger attacks. But after that, I lacked the discipline to continue with it and fell in love with the early Raj material instead (Raj, aka Jesus, channeled by Paul Tuttle).
      But ACIM stressed that it is important to find inner peace and that this is the way to find the inner teacher. This book was crucial for me.
      I am glad to have met you here and see that we have a lot in common.
      Peace and love,
      Karin

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  9. Thanks for sharing more about your spiritual journey. I’m glad you made that decision to share your thoughts and experiences on this blog, and I always appreciate your insightful comments on my posts. Sometimes I feel like you do about not having a typical path of awakening. In some ways, my awakening has been similar to what many have experienced, but other times I feel like I haven’t experienced half the things that others have. Sometimes I also feel like I’ve been stuck in this dark rebirthing phase for too long, but I guess it’s best to let everything unfold naturally, with no expectations of what will happen or how long anything will last. That fear you described of being seen and speaking about your experiences seems so common, and it’s certainly one I can relate to. I didn’t feel fear about blogging, but I feel it when it comes to starting a business, which is a current goal of mine. Those of us who want to stay hidden and not speak out, I think it might help to remember that people want to be affected by others, and that includes us. 🙂

    Here’s an inspiring quote: “F-E-A-R has two meanings: ‘Forget Everything And Run’ or ‘Face Everything And Rise.’ The choice is yours.”

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    1. Thank you for your comment and for sharing your experiences, Manda.
      I can relate to that doubt about one’s own path. Have I experienced enough of what one ought to experience? Is this phase taking too long or too short? Am I on track? I had all of these doubts. It is best to let in unfold naturally, as you wrote. No comparing with others necessary, although I found it helpful to read about the paths of others, and it comforted me to know that I was not alone and that I wasn’t going insane.
      I like the quote about fear you shared.
      Best wishes for your journey and starting your business.

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  10. Hi Karin — Thank you for sharing your story (journey) of awakening with us. A Course in Miracles teaches us that “when I am healed I am not healed alone.” I read that many years ago but it stuck with me and assured me that whenever I address the demons of fear, anger, grief, pride, etc., my “work” on these issues paves the way for others to do the same. Thus I was able to let the shadow side of me be seen by myself and others and understand that we are all working with these issues as a matter of human evolution. OR we are NOT but we always have the choice to address them or deny them. I am happy you are listening and heeding the guidance of your inner voice and not chalking it up to illusion. Blessings, Alia

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    1. Thank you, Alia, for your kind comment and for sharing the ACIM quote. Yes, somehow everything we do and think has implications for others, too. And so, the issues we work on and the solutions we find pave a way for others, probably even when we don’t write about them.
      I will try to heed the guidance of the inner voice even if it is challenging at times.
      Peace,
      Karin

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  11. Karin I loved reading your story, where in the story did you say how you became such a good writer? Te he he “I found out by experience that thoughts coupled with emotion do manifest reality,” this is so, so true, and for me the best emotion to use for the best results is gratitude.

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      1. Yes, everyone has an inner voice, I guess. I am just wondering how other spiritual traditions treat this. Is the Buddhist student told that it is makyo , an illusion, and should be disregarded? I really suspect that some traditions have issues with the mystical part of the path.
        With much gratitude,
        Karin

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment and for your feedback that you like my writing style. I don’t know where I learned how to write well. I did not think of myself as a writer at all prior to starting a blog. But I read a lot and I don’t want to bore my reader. Maybe that helps.
      But to get such a flattering comment about my writing style is welcome encouragement.
      Thank you!
      Karin

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  12. Thank you Karin for sharing a youtube video and sharing your second phase of awakening journey. I can relate to what you have shared about struggle with my resistance. I too am struggling to make a video and workshop it looks like just blogging will not be enough for me since I am about to self-publish a children book. Little did I know I have to create a platform for myself so people can get to know me better. My soul knows by talking about being born in domestic violence and learning to let go of the dark and step into my inner light will be challenging for my inner child. It is a part of myself I let go of and to reopen memories will be another chapter in my life to come sooner than I thought. I decided not to wait another 10 years. The time is now! I am learning when your light shine you heal the dark. I keep reminding my self that fear is only an illusion of the mind. Love will always conquer in manifesting beautiful outcome. God Bless! Diane

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment and for sharing your story, Diane. I am glad that you can relate.
      You are writing a book and preparing a workshop. How exciting! It seems to happen for many of us. It is time to start these new projects and bear fruit and be of service.
      I think that this phase of the journey and the fear one has to walk through is not talked about, at least not in the non-duality department where I come from. There it is all about seeing that we are awareness and coming into inner peace.
      Yeah, fine. And once you know that you are awareness and know how to be in inner peace? Then it is about back to life. But this time with a new boss. And that is the inner voice of Source which guides and requests and pushes us forward. It think this feature of the journey should be in the fine print for the seeker, before he embarks on this journey. Not that we could avoid it. But I would find it fair if someone had told me before and I would feel prepared. It is like with the pain of child birth. It cannot be avoided. But before giving birth, the women are taught about the various phases of the labor pain. And it is much easier to endure if we know what we are in for.
      It is great that you will be of service to others by the wisdom you have gained on your rough path.
      Blessings,
      Karin

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      1. Blessing to you Karin for walking on a new path for inner peace and of service to others. I can’t wait to see more of your writing and videos to come. My new boss is God Inc. and I am happy to proclaim this declaration. Talk too you soon! Diane

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  13. I can’t believe I missed this, Karin! I’m glad to find it now. “Learning to read the communication signs of the universe instead of relying on other people’s opinions and best-of-breed processes.” What a great line. Great post, Karin. Thank you for sharing your process. Your bravery in following the still small voice even though you don’t want to is inspiring.
    Peace
    Mary

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment, Mary. Yes, learning about the signs by the universe and learning to interpret them was one of the big aha moments and lessons of my journey. I know you are all in for reading of signs, too, when you do your nature walks for yourself and with clients.
      I love nature walks, too, and it is easier to calm down and connect to Source in nature. I have noticed that for me signs show up everywhere. Also inside of the house and also in the office at work or in a crowded street. You have seen that, too. You wrote about the client who saw the go*swim on a car license plate after he wondered about whether to go swimming more often. God is inside of everything, or everything is inside of God. So, these signs just show up everywhere.
      Peace,
      Karin

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  14. Yes! They show up everywhere. Sometimes just a word or phrase you overhear, or a billboard, or something in someone else’s eyes, something someone you love says, sometimes the way the light shines in the living room window, or a shadow that appears. It’s amazing when you notice. Did I tell you about the clown? I can’t remember. I was taking care of my brother through his illness and death in San Francisco. I was so sad. I was thinking in the moment about how the Dalai Lama said happiness is a choice in every moment. As I had that thought, I was standing at an intersection. I looked up at a car stopped at the light. I suddenly had direct eye contact with a clown in the back seat, and he made a semi circle with his hand at his mouth in a smile. He had seen my sadness. The timing! I love things like that – the synchronicities and signs. Such a wonderful part of being one with God. It is fun to share stories like this with you, Karin. Thanks for remembering about go swim. 🙂 This is a beautiful piece you have written.
    Blessings,
    Mary

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    1. Yes, thank you, you told me about the clown before. But it is a beautiful story and it is worth repeating. You never know who will read this comment later. He might just need your story – and remember to smile.
      Peace,
      Karin

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  15. Ah, too bad I told you the same one twice. There are so many. But you are right, it may be someones else’s sign. 🙂
    Peace to you, dear Karin,
    Mary

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  16. Karin, it truly is so awesome to connect to each other in this way, Thank you for coming on to my blog, as my hesitation of writing my journey, was similar to yours. It was 50 years before I began to speak again about my Near Death Experience, Starting my blog in 2014 as well, I avoided talking about the dark nights of the soul. Like it was the plague. I “woke up” when I welcomed in all of it, and embraced the synchronicity of the journey. “that there were never any mistakes” “just unquestioned thoughts with attachments” . Choosing peace over anything else, also allowed me to be in my traditional work “Dental Hygienist”, with all is foibles. I connect to the inner consciousness of my patients having them feel the peace within me.{some days not so peaceful, and it gets reflected back immediately} As you have discovered the work is not “out there”, its inside us, and when we come back home, we discover we never left, (just believed in the illusion of separateness)
    I still falter, judge myself and others, yet much quicker at seeing that my words are about my ego “not theirs”, ouch. This opening to share here in blogging, with so many awesome people, reminds me of love being the answer, no matter the outward appearance. Listening to our divinity is what seems to be happening on a greater scale, as I no longer feel the necessity to leave the body behind to create this access. Living the meditation in peace is “our” goal, and anything unlike it, will manifest to clear it. Byron Katie spoke this as “every experience is leading us to more freedom of self through seeing the oneness” Love love love your sharing Karin…you matter in this community of light workers. No matter what you “DO” its all been “perfect”. Heart to heart Robyn

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    1. Thank you for your kind comment, Robyn. It is really great to meet fellow travelers on the spiritual path here.
      You have an amazing journey with a NDE. That must have been very transformative.
      It is great that you can connect to your inner consciousness and have the patients feel the peace with you. That must be very helpful.
      I love the Byron Katie quote. Thanks for sharing it.
      Peace and blessings,
      Karin

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      1. Awesome to connect indeed! I feel blessed “now” to have had the NDE, Glad to be here “now” as well. It was very tough for me to understand the drastic difference in vibration of the illusion of separateness. Recognizing the choice to come in to experience what happened, with”Clairvoyant Chaos” “losing my mind” after the NDE experience, I no longer felt the need to change what I “felt”, yet merely to embrace it. Feeling very blessed for all of the “dark days” as well. My “role” for quite sometime, after the NDE was that of “gatekeeper”, yet “now” the turmoil of all that I saw, “and still see” has moved through me, without the attachment, connecting back to “our” divinity. This blessing of coming home again, is in all of us, hence the “oneness”, forever connected. All “perfect” in our awakening. Heart to heart Robyn

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      1. Thanks for letting me know. WordPress just updated my year and I am not sure if that is the reason it stopped working. I have to look into that to see if an upgrade may be in order. Thanks Robyn. Off to those Dental patients first. I did notice on the page that says there is no connection Angel frequency is in the middle of the page HA! Techno challenged is my middle name, even with the genius daughter in the field.

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