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Synonyms for mystic

Synonyms for mystic

Synonyms for mystic

someone who believes in the existence of realities beyond human comprehension

having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence

relating to or resembling mysticism

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relating to or characteristic of mysticism

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He raises physical nature to the level of human thought, giving it thereby a mystic power and expression; he subdues man to the level of nature, but gives him therewith a certain breadth and vastness and solemnity.
To her mystic view, the love union between Mary and me was something too sacred and too beautiful to be tried by the mean and matter-of-fact tests set up by society.
A mystic beverage secretly used by our most popular
Hand in hand we wandered through that enchanted place, seeking the folk of elf-land, "and heard their mystic voices calling, from fairy knoll and haunted hill.
Considering the air of gravity extending even to the physiognomy of the coachman and the action of the showy horses, this quaint display might have possessed a mystic significance, but to the corrupt frivolity of a Western mind, like my own, it seemed hardly decent.
With One Voice brings together a wide range of revered teachers and religious mystics from Christian, Buddhist, Jewish, Sufi, Muslim, Shamanistic, and other traditions, who all affirm the same experience: that in the realm beyond the ordinary world, we are one.
Mystics know that God's spirit animates all that exists and is the primary cause of change and diversity.
Developed for classroom use (where it would likely be the highlight of the course), Harmless's book deserves readership by anyone seeking entry into a study of mystics and why they matter.
As with the number of mystics, the book is divided into three equal portions, further subdivided into three aspects of the saints' lives, each of which deserves special attention.
Love Burning in the Soul The Story of the Christian Mystics From St.
an organization that owns the WNBA's Washington Mystics, the NHL's Washington Capitals, and part of the NBA's Washington Wizards.
The dragons on the human world are not just killing the mystics but are after the priests who worship them and the peasants who have no say in what the leaders do.
Sparks coach Michael Cooper admitted after his team's 77-73 victory over the Eastern Conference cellar-dwelling Washington Mystics on Tuesday night at Staples Center that losing his two best players couldn't have come at a better time.
From then we move to the Eastern Church, the Western Church in the Middle Ages, Europe in the early modern period with an emphasis on the Reformation and the growth of mysticism in Spain and France and, in the final chapter, post-Reformation mystics in England and America.
At their best they write their histories in such manner that the formerly forgotten, repressed other of the modern tradition -- hysterics, the mad, mystics, dissenters, avant-garde artists, subjugated communities of resistance in the past and present are finally allowed to speak on their own terms.