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You can be a mystic without leaving your family, abandoning daily responsibilities, or joining a monastic order. Mysticism is not a one-size-fits-all kind of spirituality. The many faces of mysticism portrayed in this book invite you to become the mystic that fits your personality and life experiences.
This book introduces you to twelve mystics of groups of mystics. While most of them are Christian, the author also invites you to engage with the God of Abraham through the spiritual insights of Jewish and Muslim mystics.
In each chapter, you will learn about the mystic's life, spiritual experiences, and worldview. Each chapter includes four spiritual practices to help you discover a God-filled world and deepen your relationship with God. This book is perfect for individual or group study. Encounter God wherever you are, whatever you are doing.
Number of Pages: 144
Vendor: Upper Room
|Publication Date: 2018|
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What is a mystic? Bruce Epperly defines mystics as people who see holiness in everyday life. God comes to us in the moment-by-moment adventures of daily living, he says.
We can be mystics without leaving our families, disengaging from daily responsibilities, becoming a priest, or joining a monastic order. Epperly shows how we can experience the living God in the midst of daily life and never again take everyday events for granted.
Bruce Epperly introduces readers to 12 individuals or groups of mystics through the ages:
- St. Francis of Assisi
- The desert mothers and fathers
- Benedict of Nursia
- The Celtic mystics
- Hildegard of Bingen
- Mechtild of Madgdeburg
- Brother Lawrence
- The Baal Shem Tov
- Howard Thurman
- Etty Hillesum
- Julian of Norwich
Each chapter describes the each mystics life, spiritual experiences and worldview, and provides spiritual exercises to help us experience the mystic firsthand. Through his conversational, down-to-earth approach, Epperly inspires us to realize that we can encounter God wherever we are, whatever we are doing.