Our Body, Mind and Soul as a Spiritual Unit


We see, hear, taste, smell and feel gross energy with the help of our mind, but at the same time we can experience a subtle energy that contributes to a new perspective that opens our mind to a new view point and opportunities. There is a limit to our senses and this boundary marks the experience of gross life because the subtle energy fields are out of our ordinary range of involvement, but they stir up something inside us. Technology has shown us that there are subtle levels in our world, which we are not aware of because our senses are limited to the gross strata only. In order to experience these finer energies of life, it is necessary to improve the sense of being by aligning with the soul in order to witness what is beyond what you see with the five senses. The undetected energies inside and surrounding us have an effect on our being so they need to be comprehended and appreciated. We can do this by phasing in the awareness of our subconscious and unconscious mind in order to reflect on our belief system, our thoughts and the intuitive energies that influence our lives. One does not perceive, comprehend or control the soul because it is not mechanical, but mindfulness of it grows within like a mustard seed in the earth. Slowly but surely as we understand ourselves, the consciousness of the soul is revealed to the unconscious and subconscious because they are the first to approve and support it while it is streaming through all the levels of our existence on the physical plane where changes are made. Our soul is extremely refined, subtle and elusive so it affects our material life by filling our hearts and minds with love and making life very simple. The soul by description is spiritual so it enables us to live our lives wholly or holly above our nature what Christian mystics would call the Supernatural life. The Supernatural life is a spiritual journey leading to an association and relationship with God that should inspire and fill the body with energy. Every set of guidelines in all the holy scriptures in the world are attached to this experience and every practice of the church needs to be concerned with experiencing the Divinity within. The Bible tells us that Jesus said, “And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you. (Luke 17:20-21) Many Christians align themselves to the soul through contemplation, service to humanity, deep prayer, Lectio Divina, study of theology, devotion to Jesus or following the lives of the saints and yes centering prayer. There is not a single right way to mature and carry out the work of the soul. Only you know what you love to do so it is up to each one of us to choose and be responsible for what is best for us to engage in to cultivate our energy to its highest degree of application. Identifying with the loving energy of the soul is the Christian thing to do because the positive influence of Christ’s consciousness becomes a purposeful force at the core of our being for change in us and the world. Christ through this inner experience increases our knowledge of the finer strata of existence showing the way to serve by aligning with the soul experience. This perception of subtle consciousness leads the mind to set up the brain as an electrical condenser ready to send energy to any nerve setting appropriate to power action. Energy is communicated and charged to every part of the body aiding nerves, the brain, and contracting muscles to make the mind fruitful, the body whole, and the nerves steady. This vitality, life and power from the clear view of the soul are not entitlements, but an awareness that can be used to uplift the bleak and aide the poor making our mind and purpose stronger so more people can be helped. When the apostles first followed Jesus, he had not risen from the dead so they followed him not because of the Bible, but because he proclaimed the Divinity Within We see, hear, taste, smell and feel gross energy with the help of our mind, but at the same time we can experience a subtle energy that contributes to a new perspective that opens our mind to a new view point and opportunities. There is a limit to our senses and this boundary marks the experience of gross life because the subtle energy fields are out of our ordinary range of involvement, but they stir up something inside us. Technology has shown us that there are subtle levels in our world, which we are not aware of because our senses are limited to the gross strata only. In order to experience these finer energies of life, it is necessary to improve the sense of being by aligning with the soul in order to witness what is beyond what you see with the five senses. The undetected energies inside and surrounding us have an effect on our being so they need to be comprehended and appreciated. We can do this by phasing in the awareness of our subconscious and unconscious mind in order to reflect on our belief system, our thoughts and the intuitive energies that influence our lives. One does not perceive, comprehend or control the soul because it is not mechanical, but mindfulness of it grows within like a mustard seed in the earth. Slowly but surely as we understand ourselves, the consciousness of the soul is revealed to the unconscious and subconscious because they are the first to approve and support it while it is streaming through all the levels of our existence on the physical plane where changes are made. Our soul is extremely refined, subtle and elusive so it affects our material life by filling our hearts and minds with love and making life very simple. The soul by description is spiritual so it enables us to live our lives wholly or holly above our nature what Christian mystics would call the Supernatural life. The Supernatural life is a spiritual journey leading to an association and relationship with God that should inspire and fill the body with energy. Every set of guidelines in all the holy scriptures in the world are attached to this experience and every practice of the church needs to be concerned with experiencing the Divinity within. The Bible tells us that Jesus said, “And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you. (Luke 17:20-21) Many Christians align themselves to the soul through contemplation, service to humanity, deep prayer, Lectio Divina, study of theology, devotion to Jesus or following the lives of the saints and yes centering prayer. There is not a single right way to mature and carry out the work of the soul. Only you know what you love to do so it is up to each one of us to choose and be responsible for what is best for us to engage in to cultivate our energy to its highest degree of application. Identifying with the loving energy of the soul is the Christian thing to do because the positive influence of Christ’s consciousness becomes a purposeful force at the core of our being for change in us and the world. Christ through this inner experience increases our knowledge of the finer strata of existence showing the way to serve by aligning with the soul experience. This perception of subtle consciousness leads the mind to set up the brain as an electrical condenser ready to send energy to any nerve setting appropriate to power action. Energy is communicated and charged to every part of the body aiding nerves, the brain, and contracting muscles to make the mind fruitful, the body whole, and the nerves steady. This vitality, life and power from the clear view of the soul are not entitlements, but an awareness that can be used to uplift the bleak and aide the poor making our mind and purpose stronger so more people can be helped. When the apostles first followed Jesus, he had not risen from the dead so they followed him not because of the Bible, but because he proclaimed the Divinity Within We see, hear, taste, smell and feel gross energy with the help of our mind, but at the same time we can experience a subtle energy that contributes to a new perspective that opens our mind to a new view point and opportunities. There is a limit to our senses and this boundary marks the experience of gross life because the subtle energy fields are out of our ordinary range of involvement, but they stir up something inside us. Technology has shown us that there are subtle levels in our world, which we are not aware of because our senses are limited to the gross strata only. In order to experience these finer energies of life, it is necessary to improve the sense of being by aligning with the soul in order to witness what is beyond what you see with the five senses. The undetected energies inside and surrounding us have an effect on our being so they need to be comprehended and appreciated. We can do this by phasing in the awareness of our subconscious and unconscious mind in order to reflect on our belief system, our thoughts and the intuitive energies that influence our lives. One does not perceive, comprehend or control the soul because it is not mechanical, but mindfulness of it grows within like a mustard seed in the earth. Slowly but surely as we understand ourselves, the consciousness of the soul is revealed to the unconscious and subconscious because they are the first to approve and support it while it is streaming through all the levels of our existence on the physical plane where changes are made. Our soul is extremely refined, subtle and elusive so it affects our material life by filling our hearts and minds with love and making life very simple. The soul by description is spiritual so it enables us to live our lives wholly or holly above our nature what Christian mystics would call the Supernatural life. The Supernatural life is a spiritual journey leading to an association and relationship with God that should inspire and fill the body with energy. Every set of guidelines in all the holy scriptures in the world are attached to this experience and every practice of the church needs to be concerned with experiencing the Divinity within. The Bible tells us that Jesus said, “And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you. (Luke 17:20-21) Many Christians align themselves to the soul through contemplation, service to humanity, deep prayer, Lectio Divina, study of theology, devotion to Jesus or following the lives of the saints and yes centering prayer. There is not a single right way to mature and carry out the work of the soul. Only you know what you love to do so it is up to each one of us to choose and be responsible for what is best for us to engage in to cultivate our energy to its highest degree of application. Identifying with the loving energy of the soul is the Christian thing to do because the positive influence of Christ’s consciousness becomes a purposeful force at the core of our being for change in us and the world. Christ through this inner experience increases our knowledge of the finer strata of existence showing the way to serve by aligning with the soul experience. This perception of subtle consciousness leads the mind to set up the brain as an electrical condenser ready to send energy to any nerve setting appropriate to power action. Energy is communicated and charged to every part of the body aiding nerves, the brain, and contracting muscles to make the mind fruitful, the body whole, and the nerves steady. This vitality, life and power from the clear view of the soul are not entitlements, but an awareness that can be used to uplift the bleak and aide the poor making our mind and purpose stronger so more people can be helped. When the apostles first followed Jesus, he had not risen from the dead so they followed him not because of the Bible, but because he proclaimed the Divinity Within We see, hear, taste, smell and feel gross energy with the help of our mind, but at the same time we can experience a subtle energy that contributes to a new perspective that opens our mind to a new view point and opportunities. There is a limit to our senses and this boundary marks the experience of gross life because the subtle energy fields are out of our ordinary range of involvement, but they stir up something inside us. Technology has shown us that there are subtle levels in our world, which we are not aware of because our senses are limited to the gross strata only. In order to experience these finer energies of life, it is necessary to improve the sense of being by aligning with the soul in order to witness what is beyond what you see with the five senses. The undetected energies inside and surrounding us have an effect on our being so they need to be comprehended and appreciated. We can do this by phasing in the awareness of our subconscious and unconscious mind in order to reflect on our belief system, our thoughts and the intuitive energies that influence our lives. One does not perceive, comprehend or control the soul because it is not mechanical, but mindfulness of it grows within like a mustard seed in the earth. Slowly but surely as we understand ourselves, the consciousness of the soul is revealed to the unconscious and subconscious because they are the first to approve and support it while it is streaming through all the levels of our existence on the physical plane where changes are made. Our soul is extremely refined, subtle and elusive so it affects our material life by filling our hearts and minds with love and making life very simple. The soul by description is spiritual so it enables us to live our lives wholly or holly above our nature what Christian mystics would call the Supernatural life. The Supernatural life is a spiritual journey leading to an association and relationship with God that should inspire and fill the body with energy. Every set of guidelines in all the holy scriptures in the world are attached to this experience and every practice of the church needs to be concerned with experiencing the Divinity within. The Bible tells us that Jesus said, “And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you. (Luke 17:20-21) Many Christians align themselves to the soul through contemplation, service to humanity, deep prayer, Lectio Divina, study of theology, devotion to Jesus or following the lives of the saints and yes centering prayer. There is not a single right way to mature and carry out the work of the soul. Only you know what you love to do so it is up to each one of us to choose and be responsible for what is best for us to engage in to cultivate our energy to its highest degree of application. Identifying with the loving energy of the soul is the Christian thing to do because the positive influence of Christ’s consciousness becomes a purposeful force at the core of our being for change in us and the world. Christ through this inner experience increases our knowledge of the finer strata of existence showing the way to serve by aligning with the soul experience. This perception of subtle consciousness leads the mind to set up the brain as an electrical condenser ready to send energy to any nerve setting appropriate to power action. Energy is communicated and charged to every part of the body aiding nerves, the brain, and contracting muscles to make the mind fruitful, the body whole, and the nerves steady. This vitality, life and power from the clear view of the soul are not entitlements, but an awareness that can be used to uplift the bleak and aide the poor making our mind and purpose stronger so more people can be helped. When the apostles first followed Jesus, he had not risen from the dead so they followed him not because of the Bible, but because he proclaimed the Divinity Within We see, hear, taste, smell and feel gross energy with the help of our mind, but at the same time we can experience a subtle energy that contributes to a new perspective that opens our mind to a new view point and opportunities. There is a limit to our senses and this boundary marks the experience of gross life because the subtle energy fields are out of our ordinary range of involvement, but they stir up something inside us. Technology has shown us that there are subtle levels in our world, which we are not aware of because our senses are limited to the gross strata only. In order to experience these finer energies of life, it is necessary to improve the sense of being by aligning with the soul in order to witness what is beyond what you see with the five senses. The undetected energies inside and surrounding us have an effect on our being so they need to be comprehended and appreciated. We can do this by phasing in the awareness of our subconscious and unconscious mind in order to reflect on our belief system, our thoughts and the intuitive energies that influence our lives. One does not perceive, comprehend or control the soul because it is not mechanical, but mindfulness of it grows within like a mustard seed in the earth. Slowly but surely as we understand ourselves, the consciousness of the soul is revealed to the unconscious and subconscious because they are the first to approve and support it while it is streaming through all the levels of our existence on the physical plane where changes are made. Our soul is extremely refined, subtle and elusive so it affects our material life by filling our hearts and minds with love and making life very simple. The soul by description is spiritual so it enables us to live our lives wholly or holly above our nature what Christian mystics would call the Supernatural life. The Supernatural life is a spiritual journey leading to an association and relationship with God that should inspire and fill the body with energy. Every set of guidelines in all the holy scriptures in the world are attached to this experience and every practice of the church needs to be concerned with experiencing the Divinity within. The Bible tells us that Jesus said, “And when he was demanded of the Pharisees, when the kingdom of God should come, he answered them and said, The kingdom of God cometh not with observation: Neither shall they say, Lo here! or, lo there! for, behold, the kingdom of God is within you. (Luke 17:20-21) Many Christians align themselves to the soul through contemplation, service to humanity, deep prayer, Lectio Divina, study of theology, devotion to Jesus or following the lives of the saints and yes centering prayer. There is not a single right way to mature and carry out the work of the soul. Only you know what you love to do so it is up to each one of us to choose and be responsible for what is best for us to engage in to cultivate our energy to its highest degree of application. Identifying with the loving energy of the soul is the Christian thing to do because the positive influence of Christ’s consciousness becomes a purposeful force at the core of our being for change in us and the world. Christ through this inner experience increases our knowledge of the finer strata of existence showing the way to serve by aligning with the soul experience. This perception of subtle consciousness leads the mind to set up the brain as an electrical condenser ready to send energy to any nerve setting appropriate to power action. Energy is communicated and charged to every part of the body aiding nerves, the brain, and contracting muscles to make the mind fruitful, the body whole, and the nerves steady. This vitality, life and power from the clear view of the soul are not entitlements, but an awareness that can be used to uplift the bleak and aide the poor making our mind and purpose stronger so more people can be helped. When the apostles first followed Jesus, he had not risen from the dead so they followed him not because of the Bible, but because he proclaimed the Divinity Within and they experienced it. This may not be for every Christian and that is expected, but there should be no animosity against those who benefit from the Divinity Within and grow closer to God. The soul experience is more than the words and it is unfolding moment to moment, but the experience in the mind is only looking at a part of the experience. Stepping out of the mind or a little back from the picture gives us a little more of the experience or more of the picture of who we are because by repeatedly emptying our mind of who we think we are and forgiving our self allows us to see who we really are. We are moving through an enormous threshold to realize that we are not our mind, but we are the one who observes the mind and its bondage to memories imprinted and held in our body. We have so many aspects to our personality and we are none of them. They are like rooms in our house and we are under house arrest experiencing different feelings and thoughts in the different rooms, but they are only the way we see the things and people in our lives. The mind limits our compassion and love to the small amount of people who are closest to us in the different rooms so to break out of this prison and dissolve these delusions we need to expand our consciousness, love and compassion to include everyone and everything.  We don’t have a soul because we are a soul and with this awareness we will fully develop to love all of existence by quieting the mind from its disturbing thoughts so it can feel and experience the subtle energy in everyone and everything.

Christian Mysticism

The Marriage of Science, Religion and Philosophy


Our science started with the Greeks where philosophy, religion and science were linked together to find the principle character, quality and cause of all things then we disconnected them. If the universe is a free, receptive, improving and an interconnected system then scientific laws are an ideal model for understanding the reliable and proven connections in reality. There will always be some features of the physical universe that the laws of nature cannot capture so we need the connections of philosophy, religion and science. The universe is not a self-enclose system, but an emergent, evolving system which endeavors to a motivation beyond itself. A spiritual foundation with a scientific connection to philosophy offers a balance of openness and intelligibility that can maintain a suitable environment for a personality to find its deepest potentialities. The book you are reading in one perspective is a book, in another perception it is a collection of atoms and molecules before being viewed as a composition of mass or wood cellulose. I like to think of it as an arrangement of knowledge and intelligence. None of these positions destroys the soundness of the other viewpoints. They all approach this book from a different angle and they are all just as real as the other ones. It is completely normal to respect differences as a precaution against self-righteousness and getting it wrong. If a dilemma leads to an awareness of Eternity, follow that way; and if another approach appears that is different from the first and it works then follow it. It is good to change and be encouraged to expand to the present moment clear-sightedness. The following quote was attributed to Isaac Newton just before he died, “I do not know what I may appear to the world, but to myself I seem to have been only like a boy playing on the seashore, and diverting myself in now and then finding a smoother pebble or a prettier shell than ordinary, whilst the great ocean of truth lay all undiscovered before me.” Albert Einstein expressed it in different words, “I believe in intuitions and inspirations…I sometimes feel that I am right. I do not know that I am.” Thomas Merton a Christian Mystic said the same thing in another way, “To be grateful is to recognize the Love of God in everything He has given us everything. Every breath we draw is a gift of His love, every moment of existence is a grace, for it brings with it immense graces from Him. Gratitude therefore takes nothing for granted, is never unresponsive, it is constantly awakening to new wonder and to praise of the goodness of God. For the grateful person knows that God is good, not by hearsay but by experience. And that is what makes all the difference.”      Christian Mysticism

The People Who Love Hell Are in Heaven


 John Kuykendall

Author at Publishing

The People Who Love Hell Are in Heaven

In the grace and comfort of unity, a spiritual experience encounters a new heaven and a new earth where everything is united. The confusions on the physical plane, the duality of the sins and miseries of the mind are not remembered or renewed in the spiritual experience. In the present moment harmony we see the balance and unity of opposites because a center of heaven on earth has glory in our sorrows when we are at our lowest point we are also the most open to change and a new life. The beast in us can lay in peace with our innocence in our renewal where we become whole or holy. We just need a paradigm shift so the mind in not trapped in the brain and opens to the awareness of being a part of the unified force field where we interact with the universe. If we make this shift in consciousness our story becomes a love story and we stop blaming others for our misfortune as we reinterpret our memories, which in Christianity is the process of forgiveness. Science is helping us to reinterpret the universe by showing us that everything in the universe is connected without boundaries or restrictions; therefore, as we are a part of the universe we are totally responsible for our character and our choices. Ignore the criticisms and judgments of the mind and listen to the Divinity within because the mind is asking the questions, but it is the soul that answers them. We begin to see through the soul’s perspective when we realize our connection to the universe, open ourselves to love and let the soul show the way. We are in and a part of the infinite, but somehow we do the most difficult thing, which is to separate ourselves from infinity with our mind. The spirit is always there connected with everything in eternity; we just need to remove the obstructions that keep us from it. Jung called the harmonizing, the awareness of our unity with the infinite synchronicity.  “Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see.” (Carl Jung) God is in the present moment, but if you try to grasp or control this instant it is not there. The past, the present and the future are in the here and now along with God, they are not in the future. The problem is we are living in our mind in either the past or the future while eternity is happening right now. Christian Mysticism communicates to us that we can’t contain or restrict the present moment because it is infinity and we have free will, but there is a way to slow down, know and experience the harmony, synchronicity and peace in the present moment. God is always there, we are the ones that are sporadic, sometimes here and sometimes there in infinity in an ocean of pure consciousness while our individuality acts like a wave, connected and separate on the surface. The mind is in the space time continuum so it can imprison and constrict our identity by presenting us as a mind, brain and body, but we are not in them because they are within us. We just need to start identifying with the soul or wave that is connected to the ocean of pure consciousness to feel lighter and brighter, but the difficulty is in silencing the mind. Jesus said, “Love thy neighbor as thyself.”  This provides us with a functional answer to the many problems of our present life because this call for love tells us that we are united and that no other person is separate or apart in God’s spiritual encounter. Recognizing that we are all one in God’s mindfulness gives us full protection in His unity by integrating our individual life with the world around us and providing a basic harmony and equilibrium in our hearts and minds. This quiets the mind because creation becomes a tapestry of loving relationships at different levels. The delight and mental high begins with loving who you are at this time no matter what you have done as we need to start at a level we are capable of accepting. It is not a matter of waiting until we have reached an elevated level or certain intensity because all states of love and unity are available right now. Love is timeless with all possibilities in the past and future existing now in the unity of this present moment so we can love the impurities we start with because they are the motivating factor to awaken the self. We are in the infinite and are not going to pass through infinity without making a mistake. The people who love hell are in heaven because in their peace they can deal with anything, are not afraid of anything and know that nothing happens by chance, but by choice. The mystics of every religion talk about this unity, the new physics is talking about it and the Christian mystics past and present are talking about it in the closet of the church. The problem is the church keeps it secret with a locked door that is hard to get in and out of.  Thomas Carlyle, a Calvinist stated that the soul gives unity to what it looks at with love. The soul knows things the mind does not understand so no one can threaten, offend or upset us if we are standing inside it because it can go so high negativity can’t reach it.  Christian Mysticism

You are Not your Mind, It is within You


In the grace and comfort of unity, a spiritual experience encounters a new heaven and a new earth where everything is united. The confusions on the physical plane, the duality of the sins and miseries of the mind are not remembered or renewed in this experience. In the present moment harmony we see the balance and unity of opposites. A center of heaven on earth has glory in our sorrows because at our lowest point we are the most open to change and renewal. The beast in us can lay in peace with our innocence in a new life where we are whole or holy. We just need a paradigm shift so the mind in not trapped in the brain. We are a part of the unified force field and we do interact with the universe, we just need to become aware of it. If we make this shift in consciousness our story becomes a love story and we stop blaming others for our misfortune. We reinterpret our memories, which we Christians call forgiveness, and we reinterpret the universe because the scientists are showing us that most of the universe is not perceived.

Ignore the criticisms and judgments of the mind and listen to the Divinity within. The mind is asking the questions, and it is the soul that answers them. “Be still, and know that I am God.” (Psalm 46:10) We are in and a part of the infinite, but somehow we do the most difficult thing, which is to separate ourselves from infinity. The spirit is always there we just need to remove the obstructions that keep us from it. Jung called the harmonizing, the awareness of our unity with the infinite synchronicity. “Synchronicity is an ever present reality for those who have eyes to see.” (Carl Jung) God is in the present moment, but if you try to grasp or control this instant it is not there. The past, the present and the future are in the here and now along with God, they are not in the future. The problem is we are living in our mind in either in the past or the future while eternity is now. Christian Mysticism communicates to us that we can’t contain or restrict the present moment because it is infinity. There is a way to slow down, know and experience the harmony, synchronicity, peace and a manner to just be in the present moment. God is always in the present moment, we are the ones that are sporadic, sometimes here and sometimes there. Infinity is an ocean of pure consciousness while the soul is a wave. The mind is in the space time continuum so it can be a prison if we let it constrict our identity. The mind is not in the brain or the body, and we are not in the body or the mind. The mind, brain and body are within us. We just need to start identifying with the soul or wave that is connected to the ocean of pure consciousness.

Christian Mysticism

Christian Mysticism and Science Utilized for Awareness


Christian Mysticism is not reading about theories or taking anything on faith. It only deals with what works to bring about enjoyment and the good qualities of life. “I know that there is nothing better for men than to be happy and do good while they live.” (Ecclesiastes 3:12) It is a real challenge to be happy and feel the Divinity in all things when an experience is painful or confusing. The pain is real in the conscious mind, but that is only a part of the total mind that is used. To be happy in all situations we need to make available a way to enlarge the awareness of the consciousness of the mind that presently is experiencing pain. Being happy is enabling the Divinity within to use the full mind and consciousness to radiate happiness and love to ourselves and our fellow man while increasing the harmony in the conscious field around us. Christian Mysticism accomplishes this by bringing the subtle levels of thought to the conscious level. There is a universal Reality which we do not create, but which we can discover. This Reality or Energy one can call God Consciousness, which is everything, in everything and always moving toward that which expresses life, happiness and unity, but if our desires are destructive, we will not experience God consciousness and will experience division until unity is learned. By understanding and unfolding the deeper levels of existence, we become aware of the energy in all regions and levels of creation both subtle and gross. Our familiarity with the deeper levels of existence allows us to become comfortable and happy at any level. This awareness to be content and happy creates a suitable atmosphere for all the virtues to flourish. A simple act of being happy delivers the virtues of tolerance, love, and compassion, which helps one to know reality and to do some wholesome, good work by integrating these values in our daily life. In our way of life we can learn and utilize both the scientist’s and the mystic’s perspective for a life that is to be fulfilled and content. With the help of these two disciplines we move deeper into the domains of matter and consciousness to find happiness and wellbeing behind the contrived displays that hide the unity of suffering and contentment.

Christian Arrogance


I feel in the heart of everyone, God comes, and God goes in the form of pure consciousn­ess. It is not that the pure consciousn­ess is not there, but the awareness is not there. When the heart and the mind become vast, deep and limitless, then Christ makes a heaven in that graceful heart, and pure consciousn­ess and bliss prevails. The experience is recognized as love and peace. Christians and non-Christians have this experience­. In the absence of this experience especially among my fellow Christians arrogance, separation and even hatred arises, divisions of every sort fragment the mind and heart. I feel it is the responsibi­lity of our Christian leaders to educate others of this experience­, but first they must find it in themselves­. Many times it is the ones without the experience of silence that preach the loudest without knowing the inner meaning of the words.

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Gratitude


Gratitude does not need anything on the part of the individual except innocence and simplicity. No effort is needed and it must devoid of any intellectual play or emotion. Gratitude is a surrender to God and is never on the level of thinking. If one doesn’t like the word God it is just being or surrender to the higher self. I feel we need to surrender the thinking to make a mood for gratitude or surrender the thinking level of gross consciousness to achieve the bliss and gratitude of a higher awareness. It seems gratitude and joy come together as a package and is a kind of spiritual practice that can be awakened.  Christian Mysticism

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