the mystical experience of oneness in its different forms as being indescribable during, b

There’s a philosopher in the 60s that studied mysticism quite nicely. It’s a shame he’s not more well studied or honored. I’ll have to look up the relevant thing but you might like it.

Basically, he considers the mystical experience of oneness in its different forms as being indescribable during, because there are no categories at that point. No silos. No slots. No distinctions. It’s a state of existing as part of everything and everything a part of you.

But there no you or category of ‘you and other’ at that moment.

When you describe it AFTERWARDS, then a mystic sounds like an imbecile sometimes, because there AREN’T words to describe it, just poor analogies.

Having “been there, done that”, I agreed with his analysis completely. There’s almost no point in trying to describe it.

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