26-Nov-2011, 22:55 PM
Re: Does Sikhism embrace Mysticism?
Originally Posted by harry haller
I agree with you, my title is poorly worded, however, I think we are grasping what mysticism means to each of us through the thread, and I am pleased to note that the mysticism that is deemed acceptable is not the asking of miracles, or the request to Creator to change the laws of physics, or indeed any of the magic shows one can view in the name of religion, so far, through this thread, I would say Sikh mysticism to me concentrates on the bond between Creator and Man, and nothing more, that is a kind of mysticism that I can embrace, and everyones answers have been hugely helpful
When the bond is created between Ik Ong Kaar and the Sikh, then there is no mystery left. It is an open love which is the most beautiful life changing metamorphosis that one feels the compulsion to share this goodness with the whole world.