by David McLeod | Oct 28, 2019 | No Comments

People generally don’t want to think of themselves as “unenlightened”—the idea seems closely related to the words “ignorant” or “stupid”, and no-one wants to see themselves that way. So, the idea of becoming “enlightened” is a pretty popular one, and people everywhere are looking to get there as fast as possible. But what does “enlightenment” really mean, and how do you know when you’ve become “enlightened”? In this episode, we’ll explore these topics in some detail, and you may be surprised to discover something about your own level of “enlightenment” that you didn’t know before…

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