Mysticism, Sufism, Kabbala, Daoism, Shamanism, and You! (Video)
by Kat O’Keefe-Kanavos
Mysticism is as familiar to our spirit as food is to our body. Mysticism feeds our soul.~ Kat Kanavos
Have you ever asked yourself, “Who am I? Why am I? And, why am I here?” These are mystical questions that have intrigued us since the beginning of time. How can we find the answers for which so many of us hunger?
Mysticism and Mystical expression have been a part of our life, health, and healing since the dawn of humanity. There is a hidden meaning in life called Mysticism. Perhaps it began one cold night while gazing at stars and pondering, “Why am I here? Where did I come from?” Our transcendental thought became expression through sound as we danced around a warm fire.
We discovered answers to our soul’s origins by encouraging our mystical spirit to express.
During my Dreaming Healing Video Podcast on DreamVisions7 Radio Network, shared in a link below for your viewing pleasure, I asked St. Petersburg First Unity Revs. Jon Scott, Serena Hemmer, Sandra Kitt, Carolyn Ballenger, and businessman/author Peter Canova to discuss their ideas and concepts of Mysticism and how they will share that information at a unique Mystical Retreat, August 19th-21st on the First Unity Campus. I asked, “How can we tap into our mysticism?”
Their response was, “There are many ways to tap into your Mysticism.”
The guests gave examples of embracing mysticism such as participating in interactive expression growth through dream work, soul-writing, reconnecting through quantum spirituality, sound vibration, drumming, deep meditation, and forgiveness cleansing culminated by fire. In other words, send your written words to the higher realms by smoke from a fire.
The term mystic is derived from the Greek noun mystes, initially designated an initiate of a secret cult or mystery religion. Mysticism is still practiced and respected worldwide by many religions.
Sufism1 is Islamic mysticism or asceticism. Through belief and practice, sufism/mysticism helps Muslims attain nearness to Allah through…