We are so much more than we appear to be. The ""why"" of our existence is far more complex than the ""how"" of our being. Mysticism probes the hidden nature of who we are, why we are, and our relationship to our Creator. We catch glimpses of this not only in the ordinary experiences of life, but also through extraordinary and unusual encounters with mystery. Mysticism is the awareness of our reality.
About the Author
Harry L. Serio is a minister in the United Church of Christ, past-president of the Academy for Spiritual and Consciousness Studies, Inc., and the author of The Dwelling Place of Wonder (2016). Visit his website at www.harryserio.com.