The wisdom traditions call us from every culture on the planet.
“No facts are to me sacred; none are profane; I simply experiment, an endless seeker with no past at my back.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
“I am a little pencil in the hand of a writing God who is sending a love letter to the world.”
We can respond to the call according to the unique whisper in our own hearts.
You may love the Toltec wisdom shared by Don Miguel Ruiz, or the magic of The Alchemist from Paolo Coehlo, the mystic teachings of Joseph Campbell, or the ancient poetry of Rumi or Hafiz.
You may love the deep dive of the Divine Feminine with Clarissa Pinkola Estes or Jean Houston or Barbara Marx Hubbard.
You may be drawn to the noetic science of IONS and the science of Greg Braden, Joe Dispenza, and Bruce Lipton. You may find yourself drawn to the earth wisdom of indigenous people or the practices of those that study the Kabal or the mystery of Goddess in Wicca.
You may study the traditional mystics such as Buddha, Confucious, Dogen, Gurdjieff, Hadewijch, Helena Blavatsky, and many more.
In the 20th century, mystics include Mary Baker Eddy, Emma Curtis Hopkins, Paramahansa Yogananda, and others.
The names and the titles are less important than the idea of exploring and learning from masters who have experienced their own awakening and have the language and ability to share their wisdom.
Each of us can decide as Emerson put it plainly who has “gotten their bloated nothingness out of the way of the Divine Circuits”.