Mark J Janssen

Mark Janssen

Mark Janssen is an American mystic who writes about modern Spirituality. My writing is a part of my everyday life of working with others. Everywhere I look I see angels and spirits. My work and my writing are based on a lifetime of living mysteries.

Articles Mark has Published
The Politics of Morality
The Politics of Morality

At a very early age I was taught that politics and morality meet primarily when it is in the interests of a politician to behave in ways that others consider moral. This was brought home to me by an uncle »

At a very early age I was taught that politics and morality meet primarily when it is in the interests of a politician to behave in ways that others consider moral. This was brought home to me by an uncle who worked in politics. We had an agreement. He taught me politics. I told my parents nothing. My mother was especially naive about the things a boy of ten or twelve might reasonably be expected to..

Mark Janssen · 4 days ago

Mark Janssen · 4 days ago

In Between
In Between

We live between our pasts and our futures. Collectively, we live between them while each of us has our individual past and future. Our lives, past, present and future, are informed by the whole of creation »

We live between our pasts and our futures. Collectively, we live between them while each of us has our individual past and future. Our lives, past, present and future, are informed by the whole of creation for all time. It is very rare that we can acknowledge that much. Modern humans think we create our own lives. That is errant nonsense. Our lives are built upon those who have come before us. Our..

Mark Janssen · November 12th, 2017

Mark Janssen · November 12th, 2017

Thank you, Bonnie B.
Thank you, Bonnie B.

I knew an intelligent, bright, funny and beautiful woman many years ago. She had a dry, even subversive, sense of humor. It was always a pleasure to be in her company. She could pull us all upright with »

I knew an intelligent, bright, funny and beautiful woman many years ago. She had a dry, even subversive, sense of humor. It was always a pleasure to be in her company. She could pull us all upright with her sense of decorum and right, yet she had her weaknesses. She liked rough men. If they had a Harley and black leather, all the better. It was when we would see her with a black eye or a cut lip that..

Mark Janssen · November 5th, 2017

Mark Janssen · November 5th, 2017

The Man in the River
The Man in the River

Walking along the river near my home it is not at all unusual to look down to see people of all ages walking along the riverbank. The lower bank beside the river is some twenty to thirty feet below the »

Walking along the river near my home it is not at all unusual to look down to see people of all ages walking along the riverbank. The lower bank beside the river is some twenty to thirty feet below the upper bank where I walk. The other day, again, I saw a man sitting near the top of the upper bank. There was something that was not quite right about him. I looked more closely. He was not a man at all...

Mark Janssen · October 29th, 2017

Mark Janssen · October 29th, 2017