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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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It's a little disconcerting to hear Catherine of Siena (1347-80) say, "Keep up the good work!" or "I feel real, deep-down awe." But those are some of the things she does say in Incandescence, a compilation of sayings from 19 women mystics of the Middle Ages.
Paying short shrift to the second category, we moved to mystics and talked about Julian of Norwich and Hildegarde, defending them from one very practical retreatant's objection that they didn't do anything.
While not a text for graduate students or those who wish to read all of a particular mystic, this is a fine introductory text both for students and devotees of the spiritual way.
Aerial Powers added 19 points, going four of six from three-point range, and Ariel Atkins, who also hit four threes, had 14 points for the Mystics.
Delle Donne had 32 points and 13 rebounds, Ariel Atkins added 15 points and the Mystics beat the Dream 87-84 in the first game of a best-of-five WNBA semifinal on Sunday.
Synopsis: Ava James is a fire mystic with the Mystic Investigative Division.
A practicing Jungian analyst, Dourley shows that the mystics Jung cited most often in his work pursued mystical journeys that ended in an experience of nothingness beyond imagery, that is, mystics of the apophatic tradition.
This long-awaited urban dystopian adventure is the second A Mystic City Novel installment.
New-emerging mystics have created crisis for material needs in divine shape to bring the contemporary human to it and creates a place for escape of human's soul from material world with material arrangement and spiritual flavor.
LAWRENCE, Theo Mystic City Random House, 2012 397pp $16.95 pbk ISBN 9780857532473 SCIS 1581087
With this, his seventh book-length study of mystics and mysticism, Egan brings a deep sensitivity to the study of Christian mystics, whom he refers to as the "God-haunted, God-possessed, God-illuminated, and God-transformed" (xi).
It was widely acclaimed, saw 12 editions, remained continuously in print over the last century and for the first time made the mystics accessible to the general reader.
Pakistan is a land of mystics who were pivotal in spreading the message of love, peace and brotherhood.
In a series of interviews with some of the world's great religious mystics, we see that mysticism is a way of bridging more than beliefs and cultural traditions; it is a way of perceiving reality that bridges time, as it is both ancient and new.
Mystics know that God's spirit animates all that exists and is the primary cause of change and diversity.