Examples of mysticism in a Sentence
Jewish, Christian, and Islamic mysticism.
a student of Eastern mysticism
Recent Examples of mysticism from the Web
The series is earnest, simple and utterly winning, an emotional and stylish teen drama that mixes in mysticism and metaphor.
In in an attempt to find a remedy for love troubles, the duo offers to light up a candle for the saints in a quasi-psychedelic video that evokes mysticism and folklore.
Byrne’s brand of mysticism and romance is familiar, but all the sweeter for being so.
Maples studies the ancient Jewish mysticism known as Kabbalah, and often shares images (like the one above) of her practice on social media.
The turning on was supplied to Stockhausen by the Eastern mysticism, psychedelic reverie and free love that pervaded the Bay Area hippie culture.
And consider one more thing that will inflate a second QB’s value: This year’s class of quarterbacks might be generational, which means prospects from the second tier might have some of that mysticism rub off on them.
The next month the family was at Beloved, a festival centered around music, art and mysticism in Tidewater.
Sabri and his late father, Ghulam Farid Sabri, were renowned qawwali singers, a style of music rooted in Islamic mysticism.
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MYSTICISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mysticism for English Language Learners
: a religious practice based on the belief that knowledge of spiritual truth can be gained by praying or thinking deeply
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