What is Mysticism?
“Mysticism – what does it mean for me? Can we explain it in words or would it not be better to feel it inside? If I empathise, I experience God in His infinity. God is Love. God is everywhere. In recognizing this, I see that everything is somehow connected and belongs together. Every creature, whether plant, animal or human. All is one.
However this is not yet available to everyone. We carry in ourself the faith and the knowledge – one can not touch or see it. This in turn makes it any easier. Nevertheless, it is for me the secret of BEING. The secret of Life beyond the limits.
Therefore it is worthwhile to remain open to hearing, feeling and to growing continually in one's confidence with God .”
(Ulrike Maria Roth)
“I can most likely describe Mysticism, that God gave me a really wonderful access to the unfathomable YOU of His Being, thus entrusting me with a kind of key to open certain spaces and look into them, whilst others must still remain hidden.
I am filled with the gift of His trust again and again with great gratitude and humility.”
“Above all, I personally experience the mysticism if I live as if it was in every moment about everything. When Love is in progress, which includes the delivering, then time is also dissolving (people often are too short of time, so they do not understand the here and now). This is a piece of mysticism for me personally. A key to the mystique means also: “Who is guarding the words from my mouth?” In short: the silence. Speaking and only open one's mouth if every word is from a truly emotional decision. –
And also the belief in the garment of humility is something important. Humility teaches us to suffer everything, humility brings the Soul through the “he who humiliates himself, is thereby increased”, to hand over everything to God for His greater glory. The Faith: An arrow flies, the more it is taut. The bending of the bow is from our pride, and if we are suffering the bending with joy, then the arrow may cling better to our redemption and salvation.
Nice words may well be transfered onto the pavements of the world – but what would we be, Monika, if our Soul was without the insights of the Gospel to spread out its wings of poetry ...
Related in Faith, Hope, Love
“The Absolute Creator, whom we generally refer to as God, has made it abundantly clear that a successful evolutionary path can only be undertaken through expressing a fundamental motivation of Love towards others. This is particularly so in expressing True Love or “Unconditional Love”, which willingly gives forth Love without asking for anything in return. However, Love is normally returned in equal measure as part of the great “Law of Attraction” in which “like attracts like”.
Unconditional Love includes showing a caring respect and consideration of others, compassion for those in difficulties and a non-judgmental forgiveness of the faults within others. Freely giving forth Love is a way of uplifting people without imposing upon their freewill. We should always be ready to extend a helping hand down to our less endowed brethren to help lift them up to our own level. It is only through constantly giving forth our total unreserved Love to others and in recognizing our total interdependence with all of the rest of Creation, that we will ever be able to create a more perfect and harmonious world.
Monika Petry as a Healer and a Mystic over many years and despite the many difficulties encountered, has herself shown us a shining example of the expression of Love towards others. We salute her as she continues to devote her life towards the healing of others and in particular to those who are not able to give her anything financial in return, except their gratitude and Love.“
Lawrence Sartorius, Author of 'The New Earth', Canada, February, 2011