Initially, when I had first put all the pieces of enlightenment together, thus resolving my assuredness at possessing a coherent answer, I noticed that this finding resulted in a feeling that felt, in a way, surprisingly unimportant. I presume a type of expectation had formed the illuminating importance that I had placed on it prior, and after its realization and seeing the end of Lucifer, it initially seemed more unimportant of a feeling than I had expected, yet I was driven by knowledge, so I did understand why it may be important.
Later, however, an understanding develops, and this understanding develops into a being of kindness and of care. It’s like something you’d love forever; that’s the ultimate feeling of enlightenment. However, at first, the light of Lucifer diminishes (as it’s not needed after the goal is found). You realize later that it’s not gone, but it is a possession of your self, for your use how you please. You developed the light of Lucifer over time to appeal to yourself, to motivate yourself, and as such, you eventually own a work of art, to enjoy as you please, yet it is always secondary to the love you realize.
I used to think that perhaps you could fly or gain some kind of super power, and I realized in the end that was true. It was just I didn’t see the desire is not currently to fly (or else I would be flying) — this is due to the predicament that we’re in, what it means, why we’re here, and what it entails.
A lot of enlightenment is the realization that you are made of life, which exhibits love (and understanding how your system works with this knowledge).
While initially my knowledge was unpracticed and only subtly spoken, finding the basic knowledge of enlightenment almost felt like an inconsequential thing. It doesn’t immediately lend itself to words or description. It’s almost as if it’s an end to something.
What I’m trying to explain is that it would seem that some people wouldn’t find it very appealing, due perhaps to its difference from the look of a galvanizing advertisement. From its looks alone, one could potentially consider it almost useless as a mechanically practical tool in the world. It almost seems as if it’s only a realization, but its implications are very profound and healthy, as well.
Certainly enlightenment is very important to the world. The right to have coherence, stability, and peace of mind should exist, although there is little evidence of how. It would certainly be nice to be able to steady our perspectives of reality — to find a resolution where our vision and interpretation of the world stops mutating and whirling.
In that way, you see it’s very important and helpful, too. It’s awareness of the truth. It’s like waking up and being able to accurately see the inside of the room you’re waking up in — sure you can’t see behind the walls, as there are some dark areas, but you can see accurately what the world is composed of. The same applies to enlightenment.
Another analogy is it was like the room was spinning, and then you find enlightenment, and the room starts to stop spinning. As you internally propagate and practice this information, the room becomes every more steady and clear.
If you’ve hyped enlightenment for a long time, you may notice that it seems remarkably less hyped when you see it. Perhaps the modern day hype is just outdated.
Its understanding and common attainment would enable a coherent world. If everyone can see the reality we’re living in, it would bring a new level of sobriety and sanity. It would be a lot more comfortable with everyone living in the same reality. Science cannot explain everything, so just ignoring the important questions would never work. That’s why I’m presenting it this way.
While there may be many headaches, it cures at least one of them. This is the headache of not knowing the truth of our reality. It is the headache of cognitive dissonance, as well. You see, you notice when your subsystems agree. You also perceive when they don’t agree. One feels like a headache and the other feels like a feeling of resolution and unity. So this headache of not knowing the truth, which is the headache of not knowing God, which is the headache of being broken, goes away, which is nice for anyone.
It’s like a splinter in cognition, separating truth into fractions. I wondered what it was. I observed this headache and over time I understood it better and better. It was like this storm in my mind resulting from the turmoil of non-resolution. I have found it to come from an active dissonance in the understanding of truth, and it can be resolved through internal co-understanding.
By knowing ultimate, transcendent, or eternal truth, we can possibly actually speak the same understanding and language, with good intention, since our cognitive biases will be the same. That means that we’ll reside in the same understanding of reality, removing the technical interpersonal virtualization that occurs due to differing perspectives of truth. Understanding one another would occur much more obviously than it does today. Understanding would likely increase greatly. Knowing why we’re here and what emotions mean really eases a lot of pains.
So while the hype of enlightenment today may be a little inaccurate, enlightenment certainly is a worthy product for just about anyone (really I think it is a good thing to anyone).
It’s good to find a place that stays. Something that never changes. It’s called knowledge, and it is a kind of knowledge that is something that never changes. Without this knowledge, one doesn’t truly have knowledge. Of course, one can perceive this knowledge mildly (the feeling of cognitive coherence) but hopefully one will truly know the knowledge. Once you have this knowledge, you have found something that stays still, psychologically. This is the first step in removing the blur and dizziness surrounding noticing yourself.
The ability to see something clearly leads to more ability to see things clearly, so I think it would provide a nice help to productivity (so we can finish our technological project and quit all of the jobs). I also think the coherence that seeing the same reality would provide, while answering the questions of happiness, love, and sadness, would greatly reduce arbitration expenditures globally.
Therefore, while I was mildly surprised by the lack of zeal of of the initial realization of the knowledge of enlightenment, it is highly important to the world and society.
What replaces this lack of zeal is something that is developed. The zeal that a person who seeks enlightenment is largely of Lucifer — it is a light of encouragement and objective, and it is a light of need. It is, however, not entirely accurate. It is likely brighter than it truly is, as linear brightness simulates appeal, but loses meaning without being connected to something connected to life — something a living being cares about.
The truth is, although it appears like nothing at first, in understanding oneself, one begins to see a much more meaningful light. This is the light of truth, the ability to witness the mind, and it is a beautiful sight, and quickly the obviousness of shallow and unfounded acts of many illusions of happiness lose much of their appeal. Lucifer becomes obvious in the light of seeing oneself.
In this way, everyone may be interested, but it depends on how appealing Lucifer is. If Lucifer is appealing, this understanding of the self is nearly impossible to see. Lucifer heats up, basically, and is simple in nature. It is just a guidance used by other portions of one’s body, in hope that it will help. Poor decisions regarding interacting with the being that is Lucifer can lead to self-deterioration, which causes ill-effects, universally, as this is something universal to the psyche.
Therefore, the zeal of enlightenment may be misleading, but the truth of enlightenment is far more rewarding, comforting, and meaningful than the advertisements would have been, were they to become manifest. In this way, many people might find enlightenment off-putting, not being able to compare to likes of the shining light in their world. Nonetheless, its rewards are far richer in nature than the shallow frivolities of the alternative path.