Category Archives: Mysticism

Who You Are

You are not life. Life is something that happens to you. Thus you are transcendent. You are not born, and you do not die. You are not affected by time, and neither do you exist in space. You cannot suffer … Continue reading

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The Problem and the Solution

People approach a spiritual teacher because they want to solve the problem of existing in the material realm. Bodily things works because they use energy, but since they cannot produce it themselves, they are dependent on an external energy source, … Continue reading

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Alan Watts on the Path Ahead

Human consciousness is — at the same time as being a form of awareness, and sensitivity, and understanding — it’s also a form of ignorance. The ordinary everyday consciousness that we have leaves out more than it takes in. And … Continue reading

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Race and Being

The human community is spellbound to its particular goals and transcendent ideals. They are as hypnotized into a particular tune, totally in love with their goal of reaching immortality by claming their desires. This dance of war, death and love … Continue reading

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The One-Eyed Mystic of the Taliban

Taliban can through metaphor make us understand certain power structures. It was a message from beyond the grave. On July 29th the Afghan government confirmed claims by Pakistani intelligence officials that the mysterious leader had in fact died in Pakistan … Continue reading

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The Purity of Motherhood

Harry Potter is underrated for two reasons. First of all, it was packed for teenagers. Secondly, because it seems naive to people who do not know better. In reality, it touches many vital and profound archetypes. Yet, we must also … Continue reading

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