">>The mystic does not seek joy or flow or happiness...the mystic wants only God.
This is a language issue. I would say happiness, or more specifically love, is the human "sensory" interpretation of God. I would say…"
"I see it a little differently although I do agree that this path can have its own flavor of intense suffering.
I think walking a path that excludes a direct relationship with the mystical reality is the more painful way to go. It leaves you…"
I like your questions. Not sure if I have the answers but here are my impressions.
>>Is being a mystic the same thing as being a highly sensitive or highly intuitive person?
Some people use the expression that someone is…"
I have always resonated with this word. I like it. I probably liked it when I was younger because it put a spin of value and respect on what might otherwise be called "too sensitive" or "weird."…"
"Interesting question Jeff. I don't think there is one answer because the lens you use determines what you will see. From a spiritual point of view one might find a distortion of energy flow and organization. From a physical point of…"
"This is great, Rebbie! I wish I'd had it 8 years ago when I started. Fortunately, I've managed to bumble through most of it but it would have been helpful to have had an overview to start with! Thanks again for sharing it."
"Thank you for posting it, Rebbie. I'll definitely download it and read it. I think a lot of us have shoestring budgets for marketing our books, and I'd like to think it can be done this way, and done effectively! I…"