Mysticism is like the Fragrance of Flowers Deirdre Hade

Mysticism is like the Fragrance of Flowers

“Every day you are in the mystery of experience.”   

— Deirdre Hade

Mysticism plainly put is the experience of living in a greater reality. This greater reality includes our material world but also includes an unseen world of nature beings, spirit and animal guides, Angels and Ascended Masters (saints, prophets and sages).

When you learn to harness your intuition and mystical experience you learn to let the truth reveal itself to you. This is why we need mysticism. I feel it’s so important to have as a tool to anchor ourselves in a foundational experience and to help us access a strength we do not know we have.

Our intuition can save us from calamity, and as a mystic you are accessing unseen worlds through your perceptions while opening the aperture of the camera of your mind. Knowing the switch to connect to deeper resonance of intuition is akin to turning on light of lamp.

When we are “asleep” we do not know how to live a fully satisfying life. When you turn your lamp on you can see. You can turn the lamp on in your own self and you can see because there is light.

Try out the following exercise for connecting more deeply to your inner guidance and divine thought.

Mystical Wisdom 101

Spiritualism in the West is an intellectual understanding which is only one piece of the puzzle. In a mystical experience we enter into union (Hebrew word Kabbalah), an experience that brings wholeness and energetic healing. A true mystic is someone who is grounded in earthly reality and also grounded in alternative reality.

How do you know you are touching the Divine, and how do you know when you are touching intuition or ego? Have you had your own mystical experience, or have you had an experience that you did not understand at the time but now know was a mystical experience with light and healing?

In the true mystical experience, you have one foot fully grounded in the material world and one foot fully grounded in the spiritual world. You are the keeper of balance between logical rationality and the wondrously miraculous.

The mystical experience, however, is fleeting and pops up spontaneously at odd times. In the beginning, most mystical states will be brief moments—an ah ha. But, through practice, you can extend the duration of time of your mystical experience. You can also create mystical experiences for yourself.

Mysticism and Health

Mysticism can affect our wellbeing and health. When we are only in a secular, scientific, and technological awareness we are detached—without mysticism our life becomes dry. Being mystical is about being relational with the self/psyche/soul and the totality of who we are, and it is not transactional. You can’t access it by studying or reading a book. Mysticism brings you into experience where real healing happens.

Every thought we feel in our mind does not necessarily come from us. We are a collective consciousness, and it is important to know your own thoughts and what thoughts come from some other place. When we know the core value of our life purpose, we create a pathway that opens up our mystical selves. We carry a deep feeling tone that love is boundless and are able to tap into the mystical life. We are all connected to this all knowingness.

Mysticism and Dreams

An important tool of the mystic is connecting with our dreams and knowing that the messages are forces of life that heal. Dreams are gateways to mystical and inner experiences. The mystical world is a study of the soul, the inner world is where we really live. By the time something happens in outer world, it has been ruminating and creating patterns in our inner world for a long time. You can use dream state to access your soul and psyche to receive messages and knowledge.

By the time something happens in outer world, it has been ruminating and creating patterns in our inner world for a long time.

The mystical experience is not a state of permanent ecstasy. However, you will have moments of experiencing feelings of ecstasy. When you are in the mystical flow of life, you feel a deep powerful peace from a radiant inner consciousness.

I invite you to go deeper into your mystical connections as you journey through your life. A mystical life helps to connect you to the highest source of consciousness and your conscious mind feels the energized life force of your soul and you become a happier, more balanced, well adjusted, joyful person.

The mystical path is your code to fully experiencing the support of an all-loving presence through every sense in your body, mind and spirit, and your soul is nourished and nurtured with divine light. My wish is for you to take this path and discover more fully how to bring more mysticism into your life!

vision as your superpower dravon james

Vision as Your Superpower

“Without vision the people perish.”  

— Proverbs 29:18

Everything is impacted by our internal vision. Knowing what we are thinking helps us to better use our thoughts with awareness. When we are aware of our feelings, we can use those same thoughts to meet our needs. When the qualities of our thoughts are affirming we can swim with the current, which is what we are designed to do.

Did you know that we have about 42 thoughts per minute? And of these thoughts around 80% are negative and 90% are repetitive! So, it is a habit to think in certain ways. Repetitive thoughts that are negative do not support the type of life we want to co-create. It’s why often in New Thought we say “what we think about, we bring about.”

Our external world is a product of our thoughts, and a mind that is ill at ease needs you to parent it and give it a rest. Once we learn that our feelings are a barometer of a need that has not been met, we understand that identifying those feelings is an important practice in creating our vision.

Learning to identify your feelings is an important practice in creating your vision.

How do we identify feelings?

Whatever is going on inside is creating what is outside. We sometimes can put all of our energies into changing an external world (focused on effect) instead of our inner world, without realizing that we draw to us what we focus on. Learning to accept all of ourselves by removing blame, shame, and condemnation is an important step in the process of co-creating a life you love.

Face Everything and Rise (FEAR)

A key concept to understand is to see how fear and action are linked. Fear can be a driving force behind many decisions. The good, the bad, and the in-between show up in everybody’s life, but fear can be an emotion that is calling us to action. When fear shows up for me, I use it to get into action or to help me see if there is something I need to take action on.

External fears usually connect to issues like shelter, danger, illness, aging, car accidents, survival, etc. But this fear can stagnate you and hold you back. We can categorize our external internal fears. Sometimes external fears exist that we cannot fix. Internal fears usually connect to issues like memory.

Staying present in our lives and keeping our mind clear of negative thoughts at all times is vital to having clear vision.

We can still have the memory of something fearful from our lives, but we can remove the fear attached to the memory. Working towards re-visualizing our fears can help us to create a different reaction to an event or circumstance.

Pause to Get a Clear Perspective

We all know how unwanted news can be scary and disappointing. Remember to stand still and let time do its thing. Staying present in our lives and keeping our mind clear of negative thoughts at all times is vital to having clear vision.

Take the time to journal and notice what causes your mood to elevate and lower. Imagination is my play zone with a purpose of creating new energy. When I am doing this I am subduing my ego, and in this state the scales fall away from my eyes. I enter a state of calm and clarity and the universe will support me. I invite you to take some of the steps outlined and see how you too can use your thoughts to create your vision!