Examples of mysticism in a Sentence
Jewish, Christian, and Islamic mysticism.
a student of Eastern mysticism
Recent Examples of mysticism from the Web
Instead, Britannia tries to evoke the mysticism of ancient England, a time of earth magic, blood rites, and sacrifice.
The relationship of Thurman’s mysticism and King’s activism provides a fascinating model for how spiritual and social transformation can work together in a person’s life.
Combining elements of Christianity, pan-Africanism and mysticism, the movement has no central authority.
Follow the lead of the designers who’ve got mysticism on the mind and make a break for the great desertscapes of the American Southwest.
Yet mountain mysticism lives on, on the Korean peninsula.
Ecologist/philosopher David Abram addresses these questions, while at the same time taking readers through fascinating examples of natural connection and loss in Australian aboriginal culture, Jewish mysticism, and more.
Originating in Jamaica and combining elements of Christianity, pan-Africanism and mysticism, Rastafari is a political and religious movement with no central authority.
Wilding, a longtime scholar of female mysticism, English Romantic poetry and environmentalism, uses lines of texts in her watercolors with an eye inspired by her enthusiastic relationship to Blake.
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