Mysticism


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Defining Mysticism...
Exploring the Question:"What is a Mystical Experience?" Defining Mysticism: * William James: "The Varieties of Religious Experience" and "A Suggestion about Mysticism" * Arthur Deikman: "Deautomatiza...
http://www.well.com/user/elliotts/smse_index.html

Mystical Experience Registry...
Register a mystical experience, explore mysticism, learn active imagination as taught by Jung, develop body awareness, soul awareness, and spirit awareness...
http://www.bodysoulandspirit.net

Mysticism...
Mystical Experience Links, Spirituality...
http://www-personal.umich.edu/~jrcole/mystic.htm

Mysticism and Fatalism...
MYSTICISM AND FATALISM: A CRITIQUE OF STEVEN KATZ'S PURELY EQUIVOCAL PERSPECTIVE Daniel J. Goodey 1. Mysticism: The understanding of mystical experience Mysticism understood as an experience derives ...
http://www.ul.ie/~philos/vol2/mystic.html

Mysticism in World Religions: Frames version...
Explores the mystical literature of Judaism, Christianity, Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Taoism. Consists of quotations from various scriptures and the writings of individual mystics compared and co...
http://www.digiserve.com/mystic

Mysticism Resources...
Mystics and Mysticism. Resources and links for study of religious experience, mystics, and mysticism. Includes a web-linked Who's Who in the History of Mysticism....
http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/gthursby/mys/index.htm

SpiritWeb: Mysticism...
Mysticism is foremost a personal experience with God, your innermost truth. The intimacy you might experience superceeds all beliefs and identities and therefore is not necessarly based on a religion...
http://www.spiritweb.org/Spirit/mysticism.html

the MYSTICA ...
An on-line encyclopedia of the occult, mysticism, magic, paranormal and more.. ...
http://www.themystica.com

The Permanent Renaissance: Mysticism...
This page discusses the forms of mysticism that most intrigue the siteowner: Sikhism, paganism, Taoism, and various mystical schools from the Judeo-Christian tradition....
http://hometown.aol.com/tandmark/Mystic.htm

Who's Who in the History of Mysticism...
A guide to the major mystics of Christian tradition in the West, hyperlinked to web resources, with a short glossary and bibliography....
http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/gthursby/mys/whoswho.htm