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THE PATH TO ENLIGHTENMENT
Enlightenment: What is Enlightenment?
There is quite the hesitation in some people to discuss "Enlightenment", “Nibbāna", “nirvana”, "nippon", a “spiritual awakening”, a “Higher Mind”, a “Higher Consciousness”, etc. A person who has attained Enlightenment would never tell you they are experiencing Enlightenment, and if they do, would you believe them?
Enlightenment is a peaceful, calm, serene, and content mind with joy that is permanent. Enlightenment is the elimination of craving, anger, and ignorance, dissolving of the ego and realization of non-self. An Enlightened mind has eliminated 100% of all discontent feelings such as sadness, anger, frustration, irritation, annoyance, guilt, shame, fears, boredom, loneliness, shyness, jealousy, resentment, stress, anxiety, etc. You do not need to live with the constant struggles and burden of these unwelcome and discontent feelings. You can eliminate them through The Path to Enlightenment.
The mind needs to be gradually trained to eliminate craving, anger, and ignorance (unknowing of true reality) and it is these Teachings on The Path to Enlightenment that will help you to learn exactly how to accomplish this goal.
The Path to Enlightenment is a journey of growing, learning, and evolving through the gaining of wisdom or knowledge that develops a pure mind through training the mind in a “life practice”. There is gradual training and gradual practice that results in gradual progress.
Only you can do this important work to learn, reflect, and practice The Teachings to improve the condition of the mind and your life. Everything is experienced through the mind, so through training the mind in this way, one is then able to make wiser decisions through your own free will to improve your life. Accomplishing this goal, a Practitioner’s mind will then permanently reside peaceful, calm, serene, and content with joy.
Through The Path to Enlightenment, you will attain a stable, peaceful, and steady mind. You will develop lasting inner fulfillment and a content mind.
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