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    Default Re: What is the meaning of being awake?

    A radical change in perception of reality, is how i understand it.

    Whether such a self aggrandizing term is helpful or accurate is another game altogether.

    I dont like the term, personally. Prefer aware. Mind you, if your not aware of your awareness,
    then how aware are you ?

    I am certainly aware that i need a Double Espresso...

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    Default Re: What is the meaning of being awake?

    Many thanks to you all for your responses. They have been very illuminating. At least my feelings of being aware are akin to what the majority of you have or are experiencing.
    People too weak to follow their own dreams will always find a way to discourage yours.

    twitter:@armleywhite

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    Default Re: What is the meaning of being awake?

    For myself the awakening process has to do partly with dealing with issues that arise from one's past, reconciling them and moving on. Maybe these are events or past actions which one has buried, because one is unwilling to face them. This is a crucial process in one's spiritual growth.

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