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Who are the Mystics?

A mystic is a being that has traced back his or her subjective sentience (identity, intellect, thoughts, mind, ego, sense of separate self, mental/soul processes) to its source. The source which is the absolute subjective perceiver of all experience.

This is their destination and sanctuary.

Though mystics come in many colours and shapes, they are one in their essential experience and understanding of existence. Since they reach that absolute subjective space of consciousness, they have come to a placeless place without distinctions. That is why one can say that all the mystics are spiritually kin, even though they may be separated by time, culture, language, religion, ideology. They are beyond these limitations that are set on sentient life, mostly humans.

The mystics only point to our essential nature, the sense of presence, pure consciousness and natural joy, which in turn is a nature derived from the Supreme Being.



What is Mysticism?

I have conflicting standpoints on the term mysticism, as it is on the one hand has a rather cool and esoteric sound to it while on the other hand I feel that it makes the essence of mysticism more mystical, complex and elusive than it should be. Mysticism isn't really that mystical, its about a being tracing back the sense of his separation to its source, which inevitably is the pure state of consciousness, source-being, Supreme Being or God, depending on your taste.

Having said that, iPerceptive's goal is to explore and gather the timeless wisdom and insights which the mystics of the world have expressed and still are expressing, and in this collecting, iPerceptive is hoping to empower your direct experience.

If you would wish to explore further into the vast worlds of the mystics, here are some pages and books by and on iPerceptive.

Enjoy!

Mysticism & Spirituality Quotes

Christian Mysticism
Sufism (Islamic Mysticism) Quotes
Non-Duality (Advaita Vedanta) Quotes
Zen Proverbs & Quotes
Gitanjali Quotes
The Book of Mirdad Quotes
Contemplations of a Mystic Quotes

Featured Mystics of the Week

Heraclitus Hafez Hildegard of Bingen Gautam Buddha Rabindranath Tagore Meister Eckhart



Mysticism Works by iPerceptive

Who's Who in the Mystics Zoo

Nirvanic Insights

Contemplations of a Mystic

The book is an humorous adventure that explores topics such as mysticism, enlightenment, waking up and truth. In this short book, the famous enlightened hippo is your spiritual guide to the mystical experience. Its free, so take a peek, but beware! You might get enlightened!

The eBook version of this book is free for all seekers of truth and enlightenment!
This was written for you, the earnest seeker for truth and full existential understanding. To you who is sufficiently open to new insights, you are welcome in participating in this adventure through what humanity has discovered to be great spiritual truths. Though humanity and its members have passed through thousands of years and many ages of contemplations and understandings, these following teachings I deem to be the pinnacle of all that wisdom. In these contemplations about the nature of reality, god, love and consciousness we are presented with a great reverence and longing for the sublime. The author has been heavily inspired by the language that was used by various of the worlds mystics. Specifically figures from sufism, non-duality, christian mysticism and more. The metaphors used in this work are sometimes sober and meditative while other times emotional and sensual. All of these which are considered to be gateways to come closer to the supreme.
Have a read here!
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The Mystics Toolbox

(Compilation of the books above)