Beliefs are not merely concepts in our mind, they actively shape our perception of reality, and even form that Reality.
The mind-body problem has vexed philosophers and scientists for ages. How do these two relate? Mysticism may hold a key to penetrating the problem to its source.
What can contemplation tell us about the speed of light or causality? Perhaps a lot, even All.
The experience of God is not all joy and laughter. It has often been terrifying to those who experience it. Why?
Transcending dualism back to the nondual unity of the One, of the Singularity, is something which we may approach from scientific, philosophical, and mystical perspectives.
If Joseph made the plates he had in his possession, then didn't he lie in saying otherwise? Maybe there is more to it, which ties into the mystical nature of his visions.
It is perhaps the greatest paradox of all, which the mind will never understand. That is the point.
How could I write something that I did not write? Great question. I'm trying to figure that out too.
Eckhart Tolle says that if we feel like dying, we might allow our self to die, by surrendering that "ego" of our mind to reality as it is. Such surrender is found in all the world's religions and mystical traditions, including Christianity.
God does not have to be at odds with what we learn from science. We need to reinterpret our ideas of God from direct mystical experience, and I think we'll find our science and spirituality are One.