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  • A divine formula? (2017)

    Albert Einstein revolutionized physics with his Special Theory of Relativity. His formula, E=mc², states that energy equals mass at the speed of light squared. Perhaps we can reinterpret that formula to help clarify the correlation between divine Essence, matter and consciousness: E=mcf(x). Unlike the...
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  • Upside down (2017)

    An “upside” of this life might be a “downside” for mysticism. Some ideals that many people were taught are to be independent, to gain self-confidence and be self-sufficient. Yet, the very independence of our individuality, augmented with assuredness and autonomy, can minimize our interdependence on one...
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  • Love and knowledge (2017)

    Seekers of spiritual knowledge might ask, “What’s love got to do with it?” Devotees of devotion reply, “Divine love is everything.” In mystical “marriage,” divine union, you can’t have one without the other. Divine Love and divine Truth are One in divine Reality. In Sufism of Islam, knowledge is the...
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  • Feel good - do good (2017)

    When we feel good—healthy, happy, successful—we are then more likely to do good for other people. Similarly, when we do good for others it frequently makes us feel good. That should not be the primary reason for helping, even if it often is an aftereffect. Both psychotherapists and religions agree that...
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  • Discard, abandon and realize (2017)

    Few words are totally adequate when writing about mysticism. These essays say that you must discard your ego and abandon your individuality to realize the divine. What does that mean and is it possible? There may be better verbs, but let us just examine these three. The ego became your personal identity...
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  • Duel of the dual (2017)

    Many contemporary mystics are laypeople who seldom speak about religion, although most are quite religious. Mystical consciousness, for them, is considered a mode of being, not a question of their faith. These people are not trying to convince you or asking you to agree with what they say. They are merely...
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  • Some differences (2017)

    Mystics’ experiences may be quite similar, still their techniques and interpretations varied. Reading about mysticism in Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, the Kabbalah of Judaism, and Sufism of Islam you will find many differences. In this life, people differ. Schools of mysticism in each religion recognized...
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  • The big picture (2017)

    We often bring our own baggage to this life’s experiences and are so concerned with how we appear that we cannot clearly observe what is directly in front of us, nor what is happening all around us. Some call this tunnel vision; mystics call it spiritual ignorance. When you gaze at life with dark glasses...
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  • 120 Quotations of Mystics (2017)

    These are 120 quotations of some prominent mystics, including 24 each of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. They highlight common views, although their terminology may differ. Orthodox Spirituality , by a Monk of the Eastern Church [Father Lev Gillet] (published by St. Vladimir Seminary...
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  • The divine is not... (2017)

    Scriptures, theologians and many religious leaders tell us what the divine is by listing grandiose attributes. Most mystics worship personal aspects of the divine, but they also speak of what it is not. Many of them said that the divine essence is nothing, i.e. no thing , that it is immanent in all things...
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