Jan 152012

Question by Primate: What do you think of mysticism in the modern age?
I have a romantic notion of the alchemists and mystics of old. The whole practice of mysticism seems to be quite redundant and socially unacceptable in modern times.

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Answer by Zach
Have you heard the difference between a psychotic and a mystic? The mystic knows who not to talk to…

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Dec 122011

Secrets in the Fields: The Science and Mysticism of Crop Circles

For years, people have been both fascinated and mystified by complex designs that suddenly appear at night on fields of grain. Nobody knows how they got there, or why. They leave the grain stalks in flattened swirls, virtually undamaged. They exhibit mathematical precision; they demonstrate principles of geometry and portray ancient religious symbols. Since the 1980s, some 10,000 crop circles have appeared, seemingly by magic. Each year the count grows and the designs get more intricate, even fa

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Dec 072011

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. But Soelle believes it has never been more important than in this age of materialism and fundamentalism. The antiauthoritarian mystical element in each religion leads to community of free spirits and resistance to the death-dealing aspects of our contemporary culture. Religion in

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Dec 072011

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Dec 042011

The Big Book of Christian Mysticism: The Essential Guide to Contemplative Spirituality

Mysticism is a topic many people associate with eastern spiritual practices such as Zen Buddhism or yoga. But Christianity has its own mystical tradition with a long and rich history that reaches back to the New Testament — and remains surprisingly relevant today. The Big Book of Christian Mysticism explores this rich tradition and shows how it can be a powerful tool for transformation and the experience of the Divine.

One of the greatest Christian theologians of the t

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