Christian Mysticism, Dogma and Truth

Christian Mysticism is a spiritual discipline aiming at direct communion with God or the ultimate truth. It is not a religion and, in fact, all religions have mystics. There are Christian mystics, Jewish mystics (Kabbalists), Islamic mystics (Sufis), Buddhist and Hindu mystics. Where all the tenets of these religions intersect is where you’ll find the mystics. Mystics also study universal laws, which, by definition, are always true, not merely for a particular era or culture. These truths can be found at the heart of every major religion and this is…

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Christian Mysticism and How It Differs From Religion

It is said that all great religions were inspired by a “mystic” who had reached enlightenment. This is true of Jesus and Christian Mysticism, Gautama the Buddha and Buddhism, Lao Tzu and Taoism, Shiva and Hinduism and so many others. But the mystic’s profound influence declines dramatically as the teaching becomes “organized” into a religion, and control and rigidity creep into the group’s hierarchy. By contrast, mystics and “seekers” strive to unite with God on a personal level. The desire to commune directly with the Creator without requirement for a…

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