Mysticism is the experience or pursuit of joining with the absolute or Divine. It takes place across every religious and ethnic tradition worldwide and has emerged since the beginning of human existence. It has been described in various ways including “one with” or “thisness” and ideas around it have slight differences. Mysticism can come through discipline or practice, such as daily meditation; enhancement, such as a drug experience or guided journey; from a divine intervention, such as through voices or visions; or from a combination of these elements. Some famous mystics who have greatly influenced and guided others include the Buddha, Meister Eckhart, Eleazar ben Judah, St. Teresa of Avila, and Martin Luther.


Alan Watts: Mysticism

An inspirational and profound speech from the late philosopher Alan Watts. Original Audio sourced from: “Alan Watts - ‘Mysticism and Morality’ from Philosophy and Society”


First published in 1911, “Mysticism” is the seminal work on the subject by noted English Christian mystic and author Evelyn Underhill. The book is divided into two parts which examine both the history and meaning of mysticism and how it can be a part of one’s daily life and spiritual practice.

Signs You Might Be a Mystic

You may know one—or even be one yourself.

To see a world in a grain of sand and a heaven in a wild flower, hold infinity in the palm of your hand and eternity in an hour.


What is Mysticism?

Mysticism is breaking through the limitations of ignorance and transcending the physicality of life. Sadhguru explains that mysticism is defined through ignorant perceptions of life. It is accepting and seeing all dimensions of existence instead of identifying mysticism as "other worldly."

The Silent Cry: Mysticism and Resistance

Exploring the religious impulse known as mysticism the "silent cry" at the heart of all the world's religions. Mysticism, in the sense of a "longing for God," has been present in all times, cultures, and religions.

How and Why We Summon the Sacred

An arcing rainbow of colors is rising today from the world’s spiritual traditions, given power by the urgent questing of so many people all over the world for unmediated experience of the Source and for guidance into a future that belies all human knowing.

In the universe, there are things that are known, and things that are unknown, and in between, there are doors.


Signs That You May Be A Mystic

The mysterious world of mysticism discussed and signs this may be your particular path. If you need help cultivating your mystic abilities and with walking down the path, then book a session with me, as a seasoned mystic I can help you.

Philosophical Mysticism in Plato, Hegel, and the Present

Few twenty-first century academics take seriously mysticism's claim that we have direct knowledge of a higher or more “inner” reality or God. But Philosophical Mysticism argues that such leading philosophers of earlier epochs as Plato, G. W. F.


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