Noun(1) a religion based on mystical communion with an ultimate reality(2) obscure or irrational thought
(1) Conversely, Shah's proposals that we should all resign to being Hindus is not only based on mysticism and some New-Age notion of limited Hinduism, it is also impracticable.(2) It's easy to get mystical and New Agey about this sort of thing, for there's nothing easier than creating mysticism where there is mystery.(3) I don't know how you feel about metaphysics or religion or mysticism , but we can feel the presence of life and, sometimes, how close someone's come to death.(4) For mysticism is most often associated in both East and West with monasteries.(5) Though most religions, myth and mysticism is concerned with the idea of the spirit, the spiritual or the spirit world, could there be a physical or material component to spiritual existence?(6) This is not the mysticism as an acceptable form of religion that is based on an intellectual mystical union.(7) For some, mysticism implies that subjective knowledge of the true nature of the universe can, in fact, be obtained.(8) there is a hint of New Age mysticism in the show's title(9) All of us that live in the house share an interest in eastern Christian spirituality and mysticism of the Orthodox faith.(10) Does one then conclude that mysticism and the mystical experience is universal in its experience?(11) So therefore in different religions we have the special way for mysticism of that religion.(12) His post-war work - which was much more loosely handled and often inspired by religious mysticism - did not compare in originality or strength with his great achievements of the 1920s.(13) Through visual art, he tried to express a transcendental mysticism that he felt he could not fully communicate through music.(14) This leads us into mysticism as the spiritual quality of staying in pure contemplation in the divine presence.(15) He's a New Believer of a different kind, drawn to mysticism and the Bible, but not to belief in dogmas or religious institutions.(16) Openly contemptuous of New Age mysticism , the novel parodies its adherents as witless and violent Edenites, followers of the Cult of Ignorance.
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