Listen: I don't deploy the notion of enlightenment very often. That's because it's become too fraught with already always meanings to be useful. In addition, as Werner points out: it brings with it a certain unnecessary eastern connotation which we don't require.
So if I were to deploy yet another notion of enlightenment in these Conversations For Transformation in addition to its current sparse references, I'd suggest this:
Enlightenment may be considered to be the onset of the realization that everything which exists, shows up and is included in the context of who we really are.
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