The journey of a mystic is not about finding God. That’s an impossible task.
That which is, otherwise known as God or a host of other names, reveals itself to anyone who takes the journey inspired by the question: Who am I?
That’s the mystical journey.
The point of the mystical journey is not to find God but to become known by God, and the only way you can come to that is to know yourself.
The journey is a process of uncovering and remembering that looks like a process of learning and discovery, but it’s a journey of unlearning and unmasking. It’s a journey of coming out from behind your defensive shield. It’s a journey of courage and vulnerability. It’s a journey of integrating all aspects of yourself into wholeness.
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