Jennifer Hiranya Rose writes:

Is it normal to become aimless towards life after enlightenment?

The ego loses its self-centric direction as Life awakens within and implants a whole-centric vision.

Confusion and uncertainty are common in the transition between self-centred living and whole-centred living. No longer what you used to be, but not yet what you’re set to become, this stage of awakening is akin to the transformation of the caterpillar in the cocoon. No longer able to do caterpillar things, but not yet learnt the way of butterfly, the futility of one’s existence becomes startlingly clear.

When aimlessness hits, celebrate! This mushy stage signals impending transformation. It heralds the arrival of a new, more expanded vision with celestial roots.

Soon, you will have wings!


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