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  • What's in a Word? in Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism (2016)

    The word God, as used in English, is Allah in Arabic, Brahman in Sanskrit and ha-Shem (the Name) in Hebrew. God is Theos in Greek, the first written language of the New Testament. Nirvana in Buddhist Sanskrit can also mean absolute Truth: ultimate Reality. Comparative religions use BCE or CE, Common...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Quotations of Mystics (1 of 9) (2012)

    This is a series of 115 quotations of prominent mystics, including 23 each of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism. They highlight common views, although their terms may differ. . “One Nature, perfect and pervading, circulates in all natures. One Reality, all-comprehensive, contains within...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Quotations of Mystics (6 of 9) (2011)

    Mysticism / Development of Spiritual Consciousness , by Evelyn Underhill (published currently by CreateSpace 1911, 2011): . “All that is not One must ever suffer with the wound of Absence, and whoever in Love’s city enters, finds but room for One and, but in Oneness, Union.” Jami I . “Whatever share...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Quotations of Mystics (5 of 9) (2006)

    The Life Divine , by Sri Aurobindo (published by E.P. Dutton & Co. 1949, 2006: H . “The divine soul will be aware of all variation of being, consciousness, will and delight as the outflowing, the extension, the diffusion of that self-concentrated Unity developing itself, not into difference and division...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Mysticism Defined for Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism (2005)

    Oxford Dictionary of World Religions , edited by John Bowker (published by Oxford University Press 1997, 2005): . Mysticism. “The practices and often systems of thought which arise from and conduce toward mystical experience. Mystical systems are distinguished from other metaphysical systems by their...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Quotations of Mystics (8 of 9) (2003)

    The Roots of Christian Mysticism , by Oliver Clement (published by New City Publications 1982, 1995): C . “You alone have been made in the image of the Reality that transcends all understanding, the likeness of imperishable beauty, the imprint of true divinity, the recipient of beatitude, the seal of...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • 15 Quotations of Mystics (9 of 9) (2001)

    History of Mysticism by S. Abhayananda [Stan Trout] (published by Atma Books 1987, 1996): . “He who is escaping from God flees to himself; he who escapes from his own mind flees to the Mind of the universe, confessing that all things of the human mind are vain and unreal, and attributing everything to...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Quotations of Mystics (3 of 9) (1998)

    Mysticism in World Religions , by Sidney Spencer (published by Penguin Books 1963, 1971) . “At the goal, the soul is filled with and enveloped in the love of God. It is indistinguishable from God...all thought of lover, love and the beloved is absent.” Swami Shivananda H . [Nirvana is] “the annihilation...
    (My publication) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Quotations of Mystics (7 of 9) (1996)

    Mysticism in the World’s Religions , by Geoffrey Parrinder (published by Oneworld Publications 1976, 1996): . “The One, the most precious, the Infinite, came down to earth; I did not despise his descent as Guru who appeared in grace.” Manikka Vachakar [Manikavavcakar] H . “The road to Buddhahood is open...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
  • Quotations of Mystics (2 of 9) (1993)

    Orthodox Spirituality , by a Monk of the Eastern Church (published by St. Vladimir Seminary Press 1945, 1987): . “...essential foundations of Orthodox spirituality. The aim of man’s life is union with God (henosis) and deification (theosis). The Greek Fathers have used the term “deification” to a greater...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: Ron Krumpos
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