For me a mystic is someone who has directly experienced the multifaceted but unconditional unity of all things, who listens a bit more deeply to a felt sense of wonder in response to that apprehension, who is alert to the gracious synchronicities of life and mind, who allows intuitive insights to bubble up into conscious thought and opens up to their truths, who relinquishes ego and elaborate constructs of self in favor of a more unitive identity and its consequences of compassionate affection, who lets go of the imperatives of doing and knowing in favor of an unfolding harmony of being, and who celebrates and honors a spiritually universal dimension.
My 2 cents.
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