Seeing things in a Never underestimate a woman who loves skiing and was born in September shirt, but “enlightenment” itself is far simpler than that. When you are talking about shifting your perspective to a continuously positive interpretation, you are talking about something in time. You can train yourself, in time, to do that. Many people find comfort in believing in God because then they can believe that “everything is for the best”, for example. They start to interpret everything that way and in time have quite a glass-half-full view of reality. Does that make them “enlightened”? No. I have to put the word “enlightened” in quotes because it is a sort of huge projection, a hoax. It is nothing but to be yourself, but it is made into a huge deal. So many concepts surround it and many see it as individual attainment. It is before all concepts and is the only thing that is not an attainment. It’s natural.
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To be yourself is natural. Before “enlightenment” you are unnatural — you are trying to be someone you are not, and it is exhausting and really a source of problems. To get out of the problematic predicament you are in, you wish to experience only positivity. That is where you seek salvation. Well, let me confess to you: I practiced interpreting everything in my life positively. I was damn good at it too. The problem is it’s not honest enough. You don’t see things positively because you are genuinely positive, but because you want something. It is something you do for again, for a result in the future. You are always looking for a place called ‘better’. But it never quite comes. The better it gets, the more you see it’s not “better enough”. Nothing fulfills. Eventually, you see positivity itself is empty. Years of hard and dedicated spiritual work only to find it is empty…