Do those who suddenly die realize heaven the same as those who die slowly? Will we remember our life, will our experiences be saved? What is the purpose of God incarnating?
The opening lullaby in Frozen II is replete with mystical symbolism of all kinds, which frames the rest of the film's story.
Many traditional theists think that only some people will be "saved," but I think that a mystical viewpoint might say otherwise, that all are ultimately saved, even though all egos are damned.
Some think we have to qualify for God's Love, that it is something God only gives through religious obedience. Mysticism says not quite.
Many people want to reduce our life and consciousness to the physical brain today, but I think we can go much deeper to the Source of our Life and all things.
What is there to do if we are already inseparable from the One? If we are already That, what could we do?
How are God and sin related? How can we conceptualize these words in mysticism, going beyond the traditional religious definitions and descriptions?
Does mysticism mandate theism? Or can one be an atheistic mystic? Is mysticism either theistic or atheistic, or something else?
The Transcendent isn't somewhere else or something else, but is the divine ground within all things, the empty essence from which all things arise and take on form.
Some thoughts about our thoughts, about their relative nature, their complementary nature, and how even seemingly contradictory thoughts may both be valid in a transcendent sense.