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Ali's doctrine was an eccentric mixture of Islamic mysticism, Gnosticism and Masonic lore.
Then you saw books on mysticism, herbal potions, crystal healing and a myriad of other esoteric topics.
His research is in contemporary continental philosophy, African philosophy, history of Western mysticism, and interdisciplinarity.
Her later work, both poetry and visual art, reflects her growing interest in mysticism, especially Sufism.
My second catalyst was also well acquainted with various forms of mysticism, occultism and meditation.
The end of the twentieth century was marked by a boom of astrology, mysticism, and occultism in many countries.
Openly contemptuous of New Age mysticism, the novel parodies its adherents as witless and violent Edenites, followers of the Cult of Ignorance.
The books he reads are about death, magic, mysticism, the occult, and torture.
Sorcery, miracle, witchcraft, mysticism, idol-worship, etc. are satanic acts and people accused to be involved in them would be killed.
Saul senses in Eliza a natural aptitude for mysticism, blossoming from the way in which the letters seem to appear to her in a vision.
She insists that the practice of karezza, a special kind of sexual union, was a key to mysticism, magic, and creativity.
Because the Acmeists broke with exhausted conventions and vague mysticism, Mandelstam is sometimes mistaken for a chilly realist.
Chapter 3, on pre-Christian Egyptian monasticism, along with a paragraph on Sufi mysticism, is too sketchy and vague to be of much help.
The I Ching, oriental mysticism, is based on sixty-four hexagrams.
Darwin was among the many scientists that have helped society evolve out of mysticism, superstition and faith.
In Hindu mysticism, Lord Murugan rides through the akasha on a peacock.
The skepticism, empiricism, and detachment so esteemed by journalists seem worlds away from the awe, mysticism, and credulousness demanded by faith.
Throughout history the tattoo bears the mark of paganism, demonism, Baal worship, shamanism, mysticism, heathenism, cannibalism and just about every other pagan belief known.
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.
Musical languages from the Renaissance were tied up with mysticism, magic and alchemy, sometimes also referred to as the language of the birds.
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Examples from Classical Literature
The Oriental mysticism, the kef, as ecstasy is called in the East, are admirably expressed.
The common characteristic of all the New Platonists is a tendency to mysticism, theosophy, and theurgy.
He freed the doctrine of his master from its literalistic mysticism, and presented it in a more perfected and systematised form.
There is also a variety of scientific mysticism, if such an expression may be permitted.
Esoterically understood, his novel teaches a doctrine of mysticism, intuitionalism, and materialism combined.
There is a deeply-rooted mysticism, an impenetrable soofyism, in the Socratic doctrine of ers.
Felicia is an active student of theology, mysticism, occultism, and visual art.
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