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It additionally speaks to the conditions that need to be present for Enlightenment to occur - and ...
It additionally speaks to the conditions that need to be present for Enlightenment to occur - and of its ongoing 'satori'. Each entry of aphorism, poem or essay presents a different 'take' on Enlightenment - a turn of the spectrum highlighting a facet of Truth as to 'the nature of Reality'. It is depicted in various metaphors in order to break through varied habits of perception. Any single entry is sufficient to evoke an illumination, when read at the right moment in the right manner.
"Truth always was and ever is, and its light particles become momentarily visible in the passing wind. Those who view those particles catch it in their hair; know it will soon disappear. And they the scribes, too, come and go, glimpsed briefly as a stranger passing through a revolving door. From where, going where, who knows? Who knows?" *
On this page there is supposed to appear a biography. But who and what I am in individuality has as much to do with the truth of 'Awakening' as the color of the car you drive to the edge of the abyss. To become enlightened is like leaping into space. You must be willing to die to your life; to 'who and what you are' and all you believe in before you will be allowed to know who and what you really are. So the writer doesn't matter. I could be you. I was born; I will die, so why make a fuss about a passing moment. That life exists is the miracle; that we are briefly here to see it, know of its possibilities, 'that' is worth talking about.
Written by Tara, reaching past mind, into Being to receive and record truth, this is a book devoted to offering glimpses of illumination for the Enlightenment of the reader. This book is a pouring forth of truth from the life of spirit into form. The purpose of this book is to point those who seek Truth towards truth regarding the 'The Nature of Reality' and the attainment of immortality. It's about death of the ego, but also about the love of LIFE in all its pure forms, and a renewed appreciation of each and every life. It sings of the ineffable bliss that comes to those who arrive at the far shore as love, light and joy roll from its pages in waves of transmission.
While some will simply receive the pleasure of walking for a-ways of the journey, experiencing the delight of that brief passage, its intent is to take one to the place of pure possibility, that once discovered may be returned to again and again - for it has been revealed - it has been tasted - and its reality is a fact that can never be denied again. Walk with us only as far as you wish, and take with you only what serves. Much will resonate - only the Truth that fits You in the moment of reading, matters.
Truth has no biography. It is as it is.
Posted April 21, 2010
This book makes one think about the meaning of life. It's perfect for anyone who is looking to break free from the doldrums of everyday life. It lifts the spirit and gives hope and might even make you laugh. I highly recommend it.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 14, 2010
"Enlightenment" and "Dawn of Enlightenment" are my spiritual bibles. I read a page every day. They give me insight and aha moments! They have helped me to expand my consciousness. I can read the same page, at different times, and get a different message depending on where I am. I highly recommend both books. Thank you Tara!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 18, 2010
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