Ways to practice X-The Mystery include not knowing, mysticism, attending the dying, and the specific practices below.

Volunteer to work in a hospital, a hospice, or a rehabilitation center where you will come face to face with suffering and death. Don't try to make rational sense out of what you witness.

All Black by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat inspires us to embrace life’s mysteries.

Asking Life’s Deeper Questions by Jamal Rahman presents an opportunity to reflect on your awe-inspiring questions and to express them creatively.

Beauty in Mystery by Terry Bookman teaches us to welcome the unknown.

Embrace Not Knowing by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat enjoin us to stop seeking foretelling.

Enhanced Awareness by Bradford Keeney, Jeffrey Kottler, and Jon Carlson nourishes our sense of mystery.

Make Friends with Darkness by Arjuna Ardagh tells us to drink in the blackness of complete darkness.

Opening to Mystery by Jack Kornfield presents a meditation on ways to acknowledge all the wonderful mysteries of life.

Uncertainty Abounds by Ajahn Chah reminds us of the wisdom in accepting uncertainty and impermanence.

Welcoming the Mystery by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat calls us to make our own mystery-embracing ritual.

Write a Metaphor by Elizabeth J. Andrew embraces the great mystery of the universe through learning about our own spiritual journey.

Your Favorite Artist by Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat offers a way to embrace and explore mystery through art.

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