Mysticism stories, books, poems, and more

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Short Story / Horror

February 11, 2020

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Comments: 6

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There's nothing to Tarot cards, is there? Cover image: Read More
Carly obediently took the pills, drank the medicine and tolerated infusions, but the belief that in spite of all she'll pull through and become a love - died. Read More
An officer of the Doppel-Monarchie struggles with his diverging loyalties as a Christian, a Jaeger Battalion commander, and a Slovak in the early months of World War One. Read More
Collection of 8 of my sufi and mystic poems focusing on discovering oneself. Read More
Optimysticism is a short story from the point of view of Shams, a homeless youth struggling with love, hunger, realizations, and turning from a miserable one to a content optimist with a better understanding of love and well-being. You can find this short story and review it on Read More

Book / Fantasy

September 14, 2016

The Road to Arkad is long and full of perils. Nowadays, now that all has become darkness, at least. For that holy city is nothing where once it was something. A single figment of what used to be everything remains. One small fraction. It does not know its purpose but,… Read More
I poured my soul into this story. Read More
Enter the mind of the pianist, who is the best in Europe, and experience the struggle he faces after an incident. In terms of genre, I honestly do not know where to put it so I just categorised it as literary fiction. This is a short story I wrote quite… Read More
Grun was on the threshold of something which would alter his life forever. The box which was buried in the outhouse under the floor contained an assortment of things. It would take Grun three years to even begin to understand them. The main thing was the book. Read More
what the soul needs and what we are feeding it. what is the essence of love and what is expected form a lover. Read More
This is part 2 of the God Child Tetralogy. Before George can be introduced to God Mother, he needs to undergo the second seminar of spiritual psychology. This one is all about evilosis, the great misunderstanding. The voice has more anecdotes, dreams, and visions in store for George to throw… Read More

Poem / Poetry

February 12, 2015

Reads: 168

Comments: 1

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It's an Epiphany that sprung forth while watching birds in Flight Read More
A short poem of mysticism and a humore rendering Read More
Jesus has been misinterpreted for two thousand years. The Master's 'hard' teachings were mystical. And, Eastern. Unable to comprehend his 'strange tongue', the past and the present day followers of Jesus have deeply misunderstood the import of his simple but sophisticated metaphysics. To "get" the Master, we must be well-versed… Read More
A short mystical story. Read More

Tags: fear, mysticism

Article / Humor

June 10, 2012

Reads: 266

Comments: 2

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Was my blood loss genuinely stigmata? My doctor had a possible explanation. Read More
Written over the summer, I was into Wicca and other forms of Mysticism at the time. Read More

Reads: 175

Comments: 1

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Descartes opened his philosophy by doubting everything. Not only Descartes but even pre Socrates thinkers- the Sophists, philosophers like Thomas Hobbes and ultimately empiricists of the cult of David Hume and not to forget the Carvakas (one the six schools of thoughts emanating from Upanishads, very similar to empiricism) all… Read More

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Lucy is a troubled young woman. As a radical environmentalist she is label by the government as an eco-terrorist. But her luck may be changing as a group of unique individuals recruit her for the ultimate task, to save the planet. Lucy must struggle with the realization of her true… Read More
There is more than a whiff of revolution in the air as a Cornish village embraces the insights and revelations of local hermit, Jay Sawyer. Read More

Reads: 662

Comments: 4

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Diandra Reagan is an angel: a murder victim in her past life she's lived for thousands of years, lavishing in her duty as Guardian to an important relic on Paradise (with a capital 'P') However, when an old enemy of Paradise shows up, more is revealed about the relic and… Read More
A young man, Harry Raven is called back to the land of his ancestors to lead a floundering tribe of Indians into the modern world. Read More
Here’s a new post, well, not quite! I stopped posting because, basically, I don’t have anything more to say, but, in WordPress (my Yahoo 360 escape vehicle), I noticed I was not getting any reads on my structuralism paper’s most significant Foucault post (a paper not posted at Booksie). The… Read More
This is the second installment of Via Dolorsa. It serves as the Introduction and Chapter One. Read More

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Comments: 1

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Allegorical story featuring a viking, a dark lord a giant etc. Christian mysticism set in the 1600's of North America. Psychological investigation of fear and metaphor. Read More
We are endowed by nature and grace with extra ordinary activity; our corporal and spiritual passions are constantly excited. Our body must be supported by food and sleep, and if it is indulged, it desires to be cherished, it requires enjoyments and comforts, and the more its desires are satisfied… Read More
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