Capturing the best of any interview can be daunting with esoteric topics as its views are multi-facet. Anyone can ask loads of questions till we all grow tired of not only the chatter, but sometimes even those interviewed before we skip through the last question missing the important bits in between. I’ve narrowed each interview consisting of 5 written questions, followed by an in-depth video interview should you decide you want to learn more with additional media options available when applicable. Guest on my show is chosen based on their authenticity, knowledge, quality and integrity within the esoteric and spiritual community. Many are lifetime devotees, researchers, as well as those that have a voice that needs to be heard. Each interview is geared to bring thousands of diverse viewers knowledge they crave in some way by the crafted questions asked in each interview to assure the broad audience walks away with a profound message. If you would like to be a guest or know of someone would, let me know!
A mystic tradition can be considered a path or school of spirituality in which ones seeks a direct, personal experience of the Divine Presence, in whatever form that may be without barriers or intermediaries. Within the academic text book, Mysticism in the 21st Century, Dr. Monette examines five contemporary spiritual areas: Hermeticism, Paganism, Sufism, Tantra, and Yoga and of these five mystic paths Dr. Monette collaborates with:
The Boutchichia Tariqa, The International Nath Order, The Order of Nine Angles, Primal Craft, and Shadow, Rune and Bhakti Yoga.In my video interview with Dr. Monette, we discuss Mystism in the world, academic institutions and of those who helped infuse this mystic academic textbook. Dr. Monette is Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco, and Associate Professor of Religion in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences. He holds a Ph.D in Medieval Studies from University of Toronto, and his major areas of research are medieval literature and religion.