The meaning of mysticism and its misunderstanding – cf fundamentalism

Our definition of mysticism as true philosophy-science or the enlightened state of mind — come about through contemplation or meditation — is thus: on the cognitive side, the recognition that All is One, that All has come from nothing or can be here at all, and that Everything is just the way it is, complex, orderly, and beautiful; and, on the emotive side, the amazement in these three recognitions, and the feeling of love for All and the acceptance of All in the way it is.7

We are not satisfied with the mere complementarity between philosophy with physics, as suggested by the continental conception of philosophy (noted i

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