MYSTICS OF THE WORLD
Classic and Contemporary Works of Evolutionary Literature
MYSTICS OF THE WORLD
Classic and Contemporary Works of Evolutionary Literature

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When you are fully aware of being what you already are, you experience illumination.
~Marie S. Watts

Secret Splendor

by Charles Earnest Essert
Discover a one of a kind spiritual masterpiece which has been “hidden in plain sight.” Essert writes with unparalleled eloquence and clarity about the transcendental experience as a way of life.  
"…I did not hear the bird singing as we usually hear sounds. I felt the song within; I was both the bird and the song."
~Charles Essert

Looking Ahead ...

Coming in 2019 & 2020:
NEW PUBLICATIONS
BY MODERN MYSTICS


Rafael Catala's Mysticism of Now

Margaret Johnson's seminal work on the “Mind and the Intellect” among other essays in The 1994 Hotel Talks.
"Our conscious union with God is expressed in what is given us to do. This is meditation: God expressed as what we do."
~Rafael Catalá
Secret Splendor by Charles Earnest Essert
COMING SOON!  In this remarkable book, Charles Earnest Essert not only points the way to enlightened consciousness, he describes the indescribable in words of profound clarity.
What is a Mystic?
Throughout the ages there have always been individuals who have turned inward to find meaning in life. At some point in their lives they embarked on an inner quest for truth.
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Love is what springs when you’re looking in the other direction; what rushes in when your definitions drop away.

When you absolutely don’t know anything whatsoever anymore, there It is—painting Itself madly across your life with sudden strokes and unexpectedly rash ink.

Elsa Joy Bailey
Memos for Mystics