by Conscious Reminder
Enlightenment seems ever elusive when you are putting your heart and soul into raising your spiritual vibrations. And yet for some, it just happens, out of the blue when they least expected it.
One thing is true though, once you have been enlightened, there is no going back. It is a enriching and sometimes troubling load to bear. But those who have truly been enlightened wouldn’t have it any other way.
These people have shared with us the experiences that they recount from the time of their enlightenment. And there were some signs which were common to almost all of them. Here they are:
1. You feel a heightened sense of perception as well as an empty and calm mind
When you are nearing your enlightenment, you’d find that you no longer view things the way you used to. You are also more appreciative of nature and her offerings. There is also a sense of calmness and peace and general lack of chaos in your thoughts and mind.
2. You don’t mind being alone
In fact, it brings with it a surreal sense of contentment. Being on your own doesn’t worry or trouble you at all. It is also natural to want to prevent human contact.
3. You feel inspired
This means that you have a comparatively positive attitude towards life and all its’ experiences. This would be a general sense of inspiration. Alternatively, it is also possible that your inspiration is directed towards a particular thing that you want to pursue. Or it could be Spiritual as well.
4. You experience quite a few changes in your life
You would be bombarded with changes, both in your professional life as well as personal. And it might be a tad bit too difficult to process them. But stay strong and in time you’ll see how all of it was for the best.
5. You feel more empathetic and compassionate towards others
Empathy is when you not just acknowledge, but actually experience the pain and troubles of others. A spiritual awakening in the near future definitely grants for this altered perspective. And this might be one of the most empowering and blessed experience of all, to feel one with your fellow humans and all of creation.