I just finished updating the Topical Guide on the site here. This is a quick way to look up articles I've written on specific topics related to mysticism, spirituality, religion, science, philosophy, life, and reality. I have manually curated this list, which includes nearly every post except the BHT. I hope this helps you as you navigate the website.
St. Symeon the New Theologian (949-1022 AD) was a Byzantine Christian monk and poet, and was canonized as a saint by the Eastern Orthodox church. He wrote much about Christian mysticism, including his own experiences.
I recently read three different articles that all had a very similar message. It was essentially this: there is a limit to knowledge and intellectual thought, and some answers may not be found that way. I've written about this before, but there is always more to say. We'll see why, below.