McTaggart was a mystic.
Certainly with ‘Mystic River', voice was huge.
Two weeks later, Eastwood was in Boston, directing “Mystic River.”
His “mystic” chord, shown below, formed the entire basis for many of his later works.
Mystic unity is more fundamental than mystic intuition.
Thus, a Christian mystic who intends to activate God’s grace, is involved in theurgy.
Steve Lamacq curates an hour of his favourite new music including new bits from Lounge Society, Deadletter, Jenny Moore's Mystic Business and more.
Scenic, historic Mystic is renowned for stellar attractions such as the Mystic Aquarium and Mystic Seaport Museum.
Less important outside India but much respected in India itself, especially in the south, was Ramana Maharshi, a Tamil mystic who maintained almost complete silence.
His first three books - The Mystic Masseur (1957), The Suffrage of Elvira (1958) and Miguel Street (1959) - were set in the Caribbean and published in quick succession.
Perhaps the best-known is Mystic Seaport and Maritime Museum in Mystic, where a small New England seaport has been re-created with all its ships and shops.
Rhode Island musician Kristin Hayter’s creative moniker is Lingua Ignota, meaning “unknown language”, a term coined by Saint Hildegard, the 12th-century abbess, composer, and mystic.
Pant, Prasad, Nirala, and Mahadevi Varma, the most creative poets of the 1930s, drew inspiration from the Romantic tradition in English and Bengali poetry and the mystic tradition of medieval Hindi poetry.
“These things are reciprocal; the ball rebounds, only to bound forward again; for now in laying open the haunts of the whale, the whalemen seem to have indirectly hit upon new clews to that same mystic North-West Passage.”
Eastwood was going to shoot “Mystic River” in Boston, but he got his blues film under way at the Mission Ranch, an inn that he owns in Carmel, on California’s Monterey Peninsula, where he also owns a great deal of other property.
…14th century with Robert Mannyng’s Handling Sin, a confessional manual whose expected dryness is relieved by the insertion of lively narratives, and the Prick of Conscience, a popular summary of theology sometimes attributed to the mystic Richard Rolle.
Norwich attracts writers, from Christian mystic Julian of Norwich, the first woman to write and publish a book in the English language, to students from across the world drawn to the prestigious creative writing department at the University of East Anglia.
Philosophers have differed over the nature of mystical experiences regarding what extent mystical content is putatively “given” to the mystic or rather constructed by the mystic in accordance with the social-mystical tradition in which he or she is embedded.
Evagrius Ponticus, (born 346, Ibora, Pontus—died 399, Cellia, Nitrian Desert, Egypt), Christian mystic and writer whose development of a theology of contemplative prayer and asceticism laid the groundwork for a tradition of spiritual life in both Eastern and Western churches.
, Sirhind, Patiāla, India—died 1624, Sirhind), Indian mystic and theologian who was largely responsible for the reassertion and revival in India of orthodox Sunnite Islam as a reaction against the syncretistic religious tendencies prevalent during the reign of the Mughal emperor Akbar.
- someone who believes in the existence of realities beyond human comprehension
- having an import not apparent to the senses nor obvious to the intelligence; beyond ordinary understanding
- relating to or resembling mysticism
Example: mystical intuition
- relating to or characteristic of mysticism
Example: mystical religion
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