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relating to or characteristic of mysticism

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relating to or resembling mysticism

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

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The podcast invite listeners to take a supernatural journey into the rock and roll underworld and mystical insight in to the death of Marc Bolan, and the band members of T.
Mystical experiences -- encounters where people feel they've connected to a higher or greater power leading to increased intelligence or insight -- have been reported all over the world.
A reissue of a 1935 classic, The Mystical Body of Christ is a passionate exploration of the belief that the church is the body of Christ in the world.
In A Mystical Philosophy, Lazenby argues that while distancing themselves from "'traditional' models of religious belief," Virginia Woolf and Iris Murdoch "produce distinctly mystical works in ways that indicate the perseverance of irreducibly mystical categories within human consciousness" (1).
Symbolic language is one of the characteristic features of mystical texts.
Badger The Mystical Muttand the Flying Fez is out now in paperback and eBook.
Emptying the mind is an essential part of all mystical practice, whether Christian, yogic or other approaches.
In the first part of her book, Leavitt uses often the subjunctive, she speaks of a "possibility" that Kafka's own mystical experiences could have been described here, and not merely a literary fiction.
The Authors of this imaginative, mystical series of books were in Flintshire to visit 8 primary schools with the key character Badger "who is a clever, kind and very magical dog, full of adventure.
This new mysticism found expression in texts that frequently contain candid accounts of deep mystical friendships between a God-enlightened female and her clerical director, of "embodied" (a merging of corporeal, spiritual, and intellectual visions) descriptions of both visionary and non-visionary experiences, of prolonged and sometimes violent ecstasies, and of excessive ascetical practices, of a passionate--and often highly erotic--love of God and Christ.
By taking these dialogues, instead of dhyana, or mystical experience (pp.
Mystical was ridden by Moore to both victories for the Poonawalla family, part-owners of In The Spotlight.
After spirituality; studies in mystical traditions.
Badger the Mystical Mutt, with his magical red spotted neckerchief, took Scottish primary schools and bookshops by storm 18 months ago with his enchanted spells, peacemaker skills and a love of higgledy-piggledy piles of buttered toast.
UNCANNY A professional gurner and Steve Lomas in his scarf of mystical powers