Episode 55555: Enlightenment for Dummies and Other Pseudo-Atheists

Summary

An Introduction to Transpersonal Development . For Those Who Have No Clear Definition of Divinity and Who Are Convinced That The Absence of Evidence is a Real Form of Evidence. A Contemporary Exegesis of The Chicken Qabbalah of Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford Presented at the 2021 Auto-Initiatus Self-Transcendensis Ceremony.

Enlightenment typically consists of a set of developmental stages of both spiritual and psychological growth.

Before enlightenment begins (i.e., before one is aware of their potential for enlightenment). One’s life is typically based around defending their selves from suffering. Before enlightenment there is always “something” missing within them or in their life and they are never truly satisfied, they are only briefly happy with each achievement, reward, or victory and then they return to looking for “that thing” that is missing.

Well, if you haven’t realized it yet the missing “thing” is Enlightenment and it’s missing the same way your breathing is missing when you’re not paying attention to it (i.e., you have enlightenment but you forgot how to feel it so you don’t recognise it right here and now in this moment).

If you are already enlightened, congratulations on finding your head, but remember what Rabbi Lamed Ben Clifford says: “It’s all in your head…you just don’t know how big your head is.”

You can find the transcript at Giggles at The End Time (www.ntombemnyama.wordpress.com)  with similar outsider science and outsider art content derived from Dissecting The Infinite.

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Published by Ndabenhle S. Mthembu

Independent Scholar of Transpersonal Studies. Outsider Artist and Musician. Activist. Current themes: Omnism, Complexity, & Simplicity.

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