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Spiritual awakening, then what ?

No, experiencing a spiritual awakening will not grant you the ability to conjure elves or fairies to assist with household chores such as washing dishes or cooking. Your landlord or bank will remain indifferent to your newly discovered consciousness, and they will continue to expect timely payments for rent or mortgages. In essence, you will not be able to evade your human nature or the obligations of daily life.

I won’t delve into my interpretation of spiritual awakening in this article, as I’ve already explored that topic in previous articles.

Upon experiencing a spiritual awakening, the core of your identity elevates to a higher or deeper level, depending on your perspective. This signifies that you are not solely identified to your transient persona; rather, you recognize that you are essentially the universal presence in manifestation.

Seemingly mundane aspects of life become enchanting. You discover your ability to make a positive impact through your actions and words, and you grasp the true meaning of empowerment. Daily routines transform into playgrounds of enjoyment, as you come to understand that you are life in action.

You start to perceive others as extensions of yourself, becoming aware of the flow of energies, the contagious nature of your enthusiasm, and your genuine ability to channel beauty and harmony in the present moment.

As I write these lines, I acknowledge that this may seem like an intricate and convoluted reinvention of a natural process inherent in nature. Regrettably, humans have strayed so far off course that we must rediscover our path through peculiar thought patterns and algorithms, as exemplified in this blog.

Contrary to the aloof demeanor many spiritual teachers portray, spiritual awakening doesn’t eliminate the need to confront your humanity daily; it merely alters the experience for the better, benefiting all and everything.

To gauge the authenticity of a spiritual teacher or self-proclaimed guru, don’t just listen to their eloquent words. Instead, consult their friends, speak with their spouse, and observe their behavior in the world. Are they living from the heart or ensnared by a concealed ego?

It’s crucial to acknowledge that maintaining a consistent spiritual practice is essential for keeping your vision and heart aligned. Regularly reconnecting with the source is a vital aspect of this process.

A global spiritual awakening will take time, but once established, it will fundamentally change the world and the routines of its inhabitants. As a unified humanity, our objectives and aspirations will shift, fear will substantially diminish, and the potential of this new humanity will be limitless. It is our hope that, as we approach the end of this civilization, this transformation occurs sooner rather than later.


Group Consciousness & Presence

Few spiritual approaches delve into the effects of personal awakening on the collective human experience and its direct consequences on the tangible reality we inhabit, which we refer to as the world. The focus of this little article is on the cultivation of group consciousness in relation to personal awakening.


By drawing a parallel, group consciousness can be likened to family consciousness. In a nurturing family, the connection among siblings arises from the shared understanding/vision that they have the same parents and are therefore brothers and sisters.

The boundaries we set for the family circle are nevertheless entirely arbitrary and complete mental constructs:  “My brother and I have the same parents, so we are family members,”  “My neighbor and I don’t have the same parents, so we are not family members.” It becomes an inclusion/exclusion game governed by our dualistic mental perceptions.

The key insight is that when individuals discover shared origins with others, their perspective shifts, and as their perspective shifts, so does how they feel towards each other, which in turn will influence how they will behave.

Nationalism is another form of group consciousness where the boundaries extend beyond the family circle to encompass the nation. Individuals with a shared history, traditions, and culture form a bond. Nevertheless, Nationalism is not true group consciousness again as it is a mental construct based on arbitrary parameters and is most of the time exclusive.

Group consciousness is still largely underdeveloped on our planet. Feelings of belonging (family, nation) continue to be driven by biological instincts and unconscious cultural impulses. What we currently experience are clusters of egos, making “compulsive mass consciousness” a more appropriate expression.

Authentic group consciousness is very rare; it will only emerge after the mind’s dominance has subsided, after the realization that our fundamental nature is “made of” pure consciousness, or Presence, which is boundless and common to all beings and everything.

If group consciousness appears to be lacking in an “awakened individual,” it is likely that we are dealing with a spiritualized ego masquerading as an awakened being.

Group consciousness truly embodies vision and compassion, it manifests as spontaneous action for the collective good.


Look at the ants and bees, can’t you see how their activity is unified and purposeful? Even a child can grasp the concept of group consciousness simply by watching the behavior of these small creatures.

What it would like to live in a world put in motion by true group consciousness:

  1. Goods would be produced for the benefit of all, not out of greed as is currently the case. No more planned obsolescence or convoluted marketing strategies.
  2. Technology would be accessible to everyone, with engineers collaborating to create durable and resilient products. The results of innovation would be shared not patented.
  3. Resources will be distributed based on geographical needs rather than hoarded by a minority at the expense of the majority.
  4. Cooperation will naturally occur between individuals and nations.
  5. The necessity to work for a living will be replaced by people pursuing their passions and fulfilling their unique purposes.
  6. Travel will flourish, with individuals from different regions sharing their cultural distinctions, knowledge, and life experiences.
  7. The concept of “family” will evolve, with individuals increasingly recognizing one another as brothers and sisters united in a global family.
  8. Compassion will become an innate trait, manifesting as joy, enthusiasm, and humor.
  9. Religions will be shed like empty shells, as everything is seen as a manifestation of the One Life.

Every time you envision a better world, you lend it substance, making it more tangible and hastening its manifestation. Conversely, every time you dismiss an idea as utopian, you hinder its manifestation, resulting in a world that reflects your limited beliefs.

You will become what you think you are, don’t let the mind define that for you.