Who Wants To Be A Mystic?

I’ve been a “mystic” much of my adult life. Not in the traditional sense of sequestering myself away like an eccentric hermit living on a mountaintop contemplating the meaning of life. Who has time for that? I’ve got a family, a career and too many other things I’d rather do.

And yet, I hear the calling of my soul beckoning me to live life in a more profound manner, one that gives purpose to all that I do.

Webster defines the word mystic as a person searching the ancient mysteries of spiritual meaning, existence, reality, and direct communion with God. I guess that makes me a mystic.

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I want to know, “Does any of this really matter?”

I know I’m not alone in this…

All of us have an innate desire to know the fullness of who we are. Basically people just want to be happy, understood, accepted, have some sense of control, and to know that their life matters. They want to know that there is something ‘more’ beyond themselves and this immediate life.

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They want to know that
Who they are and
What they do
Matters to someone somewhere
or to something somehow.
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How do you fit in all this soul searching with our busy lives? In the real world watching clouds and contemplating the meaning of life for days on end is a luxury most of us can’t afford.
We’re going to have to get CREATIVE!

The times we live in call forth a new kind of mystic:
the Creative Mystic

A Creative Mystic has a foot in both worlds – the physical world of career, kids, laundry and chores, and the spiritual world of synchronicity, meaning, purpose and magical creation. A Creative Mystic finds Spirit not by retreating from life, but by diving more deeply into it.

In the past 20 years I have found fabulous and exciting ways to tap into the spiritual realm, all while being fully grounded in the human experience. And it has made all the difference.

You see, once you have awakened the creative mystic within you will be amazed and in awe as magic and miracles are yours to create. And whether you’re shopping for groceries or watching the brilliance of a sunrise, you will have a greater sense of purpose, delight, clarity, joy, wonder, and peace. In short, you’ll have access to the “Wow” factor in life again.

Your personal initiation has already begun. The fact that you are now reading these words signals your readiness to “Know Thyself” on a much deeper level.

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