“Mysticism” - walking through the mist in search of something. Through the intangible haze, you somehow forgot that you were searching for yourself. So instead, you begin looking for others who are in the mist too. They come into view momentarily, and then disappear again in an elusive dance. Jesus, Buddha, God, saints and angel, ascended masters and shamans. You are meant to see aspects of yourself in each of them, but instead you personified them, and tried to cast off everything else from your psyche that was not them. But that left you fragmented. Eventually, you must stop wandering around the mist. You sit down within the mist and make peace with it. You close your eyes and draw it all in. And then you realize you kept coming face to face with yourself, not some deity. And then you draw all of these aspects of yourself back into you, and open your eyes. The mist is gone. You have found yourself. The only question is, how long will you wander and stumble around in the mist before you recognize yourself in God’s eyes?
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