With science being concentrated in mainstream thought, the term "mystic" can be easily misunderstood. Regardless, I consider myself a Modern Mystic. I enjoy learning about truths recognized in different cultures and religions. After being introduced to the symbol Om and understanding its context, I see there are similarities in religion that allows me to appreciate spirituality as an umbrella term rather than one dogmatic religion. Acknowledging my roots in Christianity and my growth in Yoga, an awareness of the unknown strengthens my relationship with God. As I am becoming invested in my studies in spiritual text related to Yoga and the archetypes of deities from different religions, I am understanding that there are greater work at play. Greater work that calls for surrender in presence and Truth (Truth that is unique to each individual).
Being a Modern Mystic means that as I learn about ancient wisdom, I strive to connect mystic thought with theories/research in modern day science. I tend to find mystic undertones in Psychology and Yoga. This connection with mystic thought is shown through my instruction and teaching style. To learn more, check out weekly classes and events I offer at Lightsha Zen!
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Founder & Owner of Lightsha Zen
Confessions of a Light Worker