Consiousness Of The Absolute

Poem By Genova Maaa my mother

The state of consiousness
peculiar to the mystic
is a form of mental life,
a kind of perception,
radically different from
the normal human beings.

The mystic grows in the awakening
of the consiousness of the Absolute
and then conversion occurs naturally.

Love grows which gives depth
and actuality to the religious life.
The purification goes with it.

Comments about Consiousness Of The Absolute

The type of consciousness pertaining to the mystic is a condition of the mind, a sort of realisation which is different from the discernment of normal human beings. Through awareness, the mystic advances in the search for the divine and then the metamorphosis occurs naturally. Love develops and blooms and this gives insight and reality to the religious life. Cleansing (purgation) and unburdening is part of it. Once again dearest Tony, you have penned a very intuitive mystical poem so superbly. Your words whet the reader's appetite for more. You just give your reader a flavour and leave him/her longing for more and more and more! Please continue to write your beauteous mystical gems. They truly feed your reader's soul, spiritually speaking while providing a picnic basket of food for your reader to digest in the quieter moments of their day. Kudos, with applause! Thank you for sharing, dearest Tonyyyyy...

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