Examples of mysticism in a Sentence
Jewish, Christian, and Islamic mysticism.
a student of Eastern mysticism
Recent Examples of mysticism from the Web
Snapshot Evening Read Arthur Green on a new, accessible translation of the Zohar, the central text of Jewish mysticism: The Zohar was meant to be seen as an esoteric work.
Thus, ancient eclipses were associated with dark mysticism or ominous prophecies—
Smith understands there is a little bit of mysticism associated with Masons and their large and rich history.
There was a little bit of mysticism mixed in it too, the belief that there were forces within the earth that could cause something to take on the appearance of something else.
Cuda believes in mysticism, however, attempting to keep Martin at bay with crucifixes and cloves of garlic.
The famed poet is known for his writings about love, religion, and being of service to all people, despite belief, class, or race, and his practice of Sufism, an Islamic movement based in mysticism.
The famed poet is known for his writings about love, religion and being of service to all people, despite belief, class or race, and his practice of Sufism, an Islamic movement based in mysticism.
Then again, mysticism is less about understanding than experience.
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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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