arik7429071 wrote:but is being aware enough?
Enough for what? Enough for me? Enough for you? Enough for 'God'
? Awareness has depth. Call it clarity of being. It's not either or, but matters of degree. Recognizing you are not what you 'think' you are is a beginning, but old habits often die hard. One moment awakening may be clear. The next it's back to the identified perspective. It's all okay and has value to your greater nature no matter what unfolds.
am I perfect after that? no need of moral improvement etc.?
You are perfect as a seed is perfect. Yet a seed lies dormant until conditions are ripe for its development. Then it goes through many stages in route to its fulfillment. All stages are perfect in their own context.
Your concern over moral improvement is born of a misunderstanding on the nature of this human experience. No surprise however, it's what we are taught from an early age and is reinforced throughout our lives. The idea of moral improvement rests greatly on the belief that there is a right way and a wrong way to be. From a physical human context there is certainly some truth the belief.
From a larger reality context however, there is more of a sense of experiential preference. We feel our way to understanding rather than simply analyzing. We make choices based on our feeling nature rather than on judgments born of conditioning. The key is to get to an active and aligned relationship with our feeling nature.
The main thing is don't be hard on yourself for perceived missteps. They are a necessary part of the unfolding of our human experience. Resistance is counter productive in gaining clarity. Inclusion rather than exclusion. So have fun. Be happy. Live in appreciation for all life experience.