After a week(and probably much more) of diving into subjects I could write about or research more, I got into mysticism(sometime in 2019).
Well after ‘going down a rabbit hole’ of what I’m interested in, it led me to metaphysics, so for 3-4 hours I researched metaphysics and it is a huge interest of mine – there also isn’t a definite definition of metaphysics, I found that it was created by Aristotle’s works – Aristotle didn’t create it, but after he died, an editor of his works named one of his works “beyond physics”(translated) which is now known as metaphysics.
Metaphysics is really about questioning reality, coming up with theories about it, and testing those theories.
So as much as I have been doing this for years-at least the questioning and coming up with theories of reality, I hadn’t known I was doing metaphysics.
&My interest is more than just metaphysics, so I continued to dive into it and found some similarities to mysticism – a similarity I found with these two topics is that they both dive deeply into truth’s about reality – the difference though is that mysticism is more of a whole body experience of oneness with all, and metaphysics is the logical seeking for what is life? What is the answer? Etc etc..and I think that Mysticism may be the answer to metaphysics. —a problem here though is that supposedly mystic experiences can’t be put into words, which I understand, but what if it could?