The mystic is a person who lives by feeling and persuasion: "There are close Higher Powers that give me a part of My Power." In this respect, the mystics feel a little gods - they too are attached to the Higher Powers and sometimes are a part of them. Probably, mystics can be divided into two varieties: active and passive mystics. Passive mystics believe in Higher Powers and all kinds of Fields, but in real life, in case of problems, they turn not to them, but to something earthly.
If you need to decide whether to go to friends by car or by subway, they do not turn to the Higher Powers for an answer, but they look at traffic congestion on Yandex traffic jams.
Active mystics not only in Forces, Fields, Other World and Friendly Universe believe, but actively live by this faith and turn to the Guides of Direct Knowledge. Making a decision, selling or buying currency on the exchange, they call a friend of the psychic (the option is the one leading the Hellinger distributions), he contacts the information fields, and they already inform him about the dollar rate for tomorrow ...
If a woman who was unsure of herself could not decide for herself whether to change her job or not, and for several months in a row she had been sleeping badly because of this, the decision she was told by the Higher Powers usually calms her for a long time. As a rule, this decision is not to risk and do not change anything, which is especially pleasing to the woman.
Believe mystical revelations or not? People with a scientific world view reject mysticism. Many people like to talk privately, but to use mysticism to solve serious business and business problems - no, such attempts end badly. A well-known American illusionist, TV presenter and popularizer of science James Randi, several years ago, offered a prize of ten thousand dollars to anyone who unambiguously and unequivocally demonstrates any of the so-called parapsychological or extrasensory phenomena.
If you want, you can participate in testing the abilities of Direct Knowledge. The ability to direct knowledge is declared by many adepts of mystical theories. This means that the "enlightened" (advanced, enlightened, holy, etc.) is able, by a simple effort of his mind, to understand what is hidden from ordinary people: to foresee events, to know what is in the envelope, etc. Do you want to test your (or someone else’s) abilities? You’re welcome!