My enlightenment experience has been a bit different than Teal's.
When I became enlightened, I realized that the physical universal is merely a "day dream" inside the mind of God. (God being my higher self, in another dimension).
With that in mind, "enlightenment" is basically just "turning the light on", to see the higher realms. It's becoming aware of your higher self, and understanding that this physical realm is just a "dream" inside the mind of the higher self.
This is where my and Teal's perspective differ quite a bit, because she seems to think that the point of enlightenment is to become conscious of the unconscious. As if enlightenment means that everyone is fully conscious, because we're all "one", so if the rest of the world is unenlightened, that means I am actually not truly enlightened.
I disagree with this perspective because my experience of enlightenment has more to do with understanding the truth of reality (that it's a dream in the mind of God), and not so much about making sure that all aspects (every individual person) understands this as well.
When you see reality as if it were a dream in the mind of God, it's perfectly fine to have some parts of the dream be unaware that you're dreaming. The point of the dream is to experience the dream. The point of being human and experiencing fragmentation, is because this is the dream that our higher self chose to buy into.
The point of enlightenment is not to avoid being fragmented.
I can be enlightened and understand this, but it doesn't meant I'm at a lower level of enlightenment if other people aren't this enlightened as well (since they're all just mirror aspects of myself).
The best way I can say it is that Teal's goal is to become "conscious", which is completely different than enlightenment.
"Enlightenment" is to turn the light on, and see the truth of the higher realms (we're in a dream), but being "conscious" is to be aware that all people are a reflection of yourself.
These are two completely different things.
With Teal's idea about wanting to be conscious, I agree that if all aspects (other people) are not conscious, then ultimately I am not conscious either, since they're merely reflections of myself.
My goal personally isn't really to make all aspects "conscious", but rather to just have an individual understanding that it's perfectly okay if all aspects are NOT conscious.
I see each individual aspect and understand how people are a mirror of me, but being conscious of this does not mean that each individual person has to literally know about being conscious as well.
It's really difficult to explain properly, but I think you actually can be fully conscious, even if individual people (who are mirror reflections of you) don't seem to be conscious on the outside.
You can still be consciously aware of which aspect each person reflects, even if physically the individual person is not "conscious".
"Mirroring" doesn't mean that how things look on the outside are a literal direct reflection of what's actually happening.
You can have all aspect be conscious, and be aware of how it all fits together, even if the external reality shows that people seem "unconscious".
It's not a literal direct reflection. The truth of mirroring actually goes much deeper than that.