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Is transformation enlightenment?
"Enlightenment" says Werner "has eastern connotations which I don't require.".
He prefers enunciating the experience as transformation and doesn't use the term "enlightenment" at all.
Look into your experience and check it out for yourself. You don't have to do anything to see a tree, You don't even have to see like something you do, to see a tree. Being transformed is coming into your experience of yourself. A tree just shows up. That's your experience.
Anything other than "A tree shows up" is the conceptualization / intellectualization of seeing, in which we haven't come into our experience of ourselves. So until we come into our experience of ourselves, we say "I see a tree.". That's our concept / intellect. However our experience is "A tree shows up.".
Making the transformational shift (which is to say making the contextual shift) from concept / intellect to experience, is a choice which occurs in an instant, out of time, not requiring years spent in meditation or therapy or intense disciplinary practice, spiritual and / or religious and / or otherwise - although for the most part, there's a prevalent, deeply rooted, widespread cherished belief that it does require a massive investment of time.
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