In Chapter Four, Awakening, Siddhartha experiences "a profound feeling of awakening from longs dreams." In contrast to his time as a Samana, how is he "awakened" now?

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Siddhartha learns that he must be defined by himself and not in relation to other men including the Buddha. Siddhartha is now alone with all in all his weakness strength and frailty, he is ready to begin his journey.