Daily Insight

The Garden of Eden allegory of the Genesis narrative produces a world of conflict and duality


About donmardak

Don Mardak has been a student of Christian mysticism, the Infinite Way writings of Joel S. Goldsmith, and the teachings of numerous spiritual masters for more than four decades. He also has conducted classes on Living the Mystical Life, and has been a successful entrepreneur for most of his working years. As the President, CEO and Chairman of a small public company, Mr. Mardak always tried to apply the mystical principles outlined in his books and on this website in his business dealings and relationships. The results have been quite astonishing as, very often, without taking thought, or striving for a specific result, the proper person appeared, or a meaningful event occurred, which made each day a divine spiritual unfoldment. His greatest desire is that those of you who truly are receptive to this message will open yourselves up to the inflow of the Spirit. In that process, you will find answers to your deepest questions which, then, will lead you to your own search for Truth and, ultimately, your personal spiritual destiny.
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One Response to Daily Insight

  1. Ron Krumpos says:

    The world of mystics is broader in scope than of those who have not reunited with their soul. True mystics are able to see oneness in All: everything is interrelated, existing at the spaceless here, in the timeless now. They deny accepted limits of experiencing the world and the boundaries of this life. Their worldview has expanded to a universal vista, in a divine panorama, into a focus from wholeness embracing all emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual aspects of every activity and event beyond any specific feelings, conceptions or perceptions. Each person is capable of this all-encompassing vision, but must first be dedicated to realizing it. It might happen suddenly.


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