4 edition of History of mysticism found in the catalog.
History of mysticism
Bibliography: p. 439-442.
|LC Classifications||BL625 .A297 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||442 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||442|
|LC Control Number||87000993|
6. pt. 2. Mysticism in the golden age of Spain () --v. 7. Crisis and renewal in Western mysticism. Other Titles: Foundations of mysticism. Growth of mysticism. Flowering of mysticism. Harvest of mysticism in Medieval Germany. Varieties of vernacular mysticism () Crisis of mysticism. History of Western Christian mysticism. Thomas Merton’s lectures to the novices at the Abbey of Gethsemani provide a good look at Merton the scholar. A Course in Christian Mysticism gathers together, for the first time, the best of these talks into a spiritual, historical, and theological survey of Christian mysticism—from St. John’s gospel to St. John of the : Thomas Merton, Jon M. Sweeney, Michael N. McGregor.
"This book is a delightfully original tour through American history, as seen through the lives of men and women devoted to all manner of mysticism. Across these pages troop spiritualists, prophets, seers, psychics, numerologists, transcendentalists, theosophists, and historical figures from Mary Todd Lincoln to Marcus Garvey to Henry Wallace. “Arthur Versluis’ brief but powerful, comprehensive and very accessible book is a major contribution to the history and interpretation of Platonic mysticism and a much needed corrective to the tendency to dismiss Platonism in all its forms that has been growing steadily over the past – years .
ticular Christian mysticism. In the English-speaking world, she was one of the most widely read writers on such matters in the first half of the twentieth century. No other book of its type — until the appearance in of Aldous Huxley's The Perennial Philosophy — met with success to match that of her best-known work, Mysticism, published File Size: KB. faiths than any previous period in history” (Christian Mystics, p. 22). The s Beat Generation and the s Hippie Generation were hooked on mysticism, through backbeat music, Eastern religious philosophy, and hallucinogenic drugs, and this .
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History Of Mysticism [is a] particularly inspiring publication, a survey from the beginning of time to the present of many of the world's God-realized individuals whose lives, writings, and teachings help direct our own path to of the wonderful things about this book is that it shows how little variance exists among these mystical revelations, regardless of culture, time period, or Cited by: 3.
"This book is a delightfully original tour through American history, as seen through the lives of men and women devoted to all manner of mysticism. Across these pages troop spiritualists, prophets, seers, psychics, numerologists, transcendentalists, theosophists, and historical figures from Mary Todd Lincoln to Marcus Garvey to Henry by: 9.
History of Mysticism: The Unchanging Testament The Wisdom of Vedanta Jnaneshvar: The Life And Works Dattatreya: Song of The Avadhut Thomas á Kempis: On The Love of God Plotinus: The Origin of Western Mysticism Mysticism And Science: A Call for Reconciliation The Divine Universe Reflections On The Soul Body And Soul Mystical Theology.
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History of Christian mysticism Early church. Although the essence of mysticism is the sense of contact with the transcendent, mysticism in the history of Christianity should not be understood merely in terms of special ecstatic experiences but as part of a religious process lived out within the Christian this perspective mysticism played a vital part in the early church.
Buy a cheap copy of History of Mysticism: The Unchanging book by Swami Abhayananda. A contemporary American mystic and scholar tells the story of mans recurrent experience of enlightenment throoughout the ages, and presents in Author: Swami Abhayananda.
Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation (Hardcover) UK Mitch Horowitz is the editor-in-chief of Tarcher/Penguin and the author of the Occult America: The Secret History of How Mysticism Shaped Our Nation (Bantam, September ), called "a fascinating book" by Ken Burns and "extraordinary" by Deepak Chopra.
She is the author of numerous works on Jewish mysticism and hasidism, including The Paradoxical Ascent to God: The Kabbalistic Theosophy of Habad Hasidism (). Three of her books were published by the Littman Library: The Three Temples: On the Emergence of Jewish Mysticism (), The Mystical Origins of Hasidism (), and Jewish Mysticism.
Sufism - Sufism - History: Islamic mysticism had several stages of growth, including (1) the appearance of early asceticism, (2) the development of a classical mysticism of divine love, and (3) the rise and proliferation of fraternal orders of mystics.
Despite these general stages, however, the history of Islamic mysticism is largely a history of individual mystic experience. Mysticism in the World's Religions This book is both universal in its scope and discriminating in its approach, and may be recommended unreservedly to any serious enquirer.'?-be Expository Times 'Professor Parrindefs volume has something of the objectivity of a scientific study while at the same time encouraging us to.
The book provides a general survey of the history of Islamic mysticism (Sufism) since its inception up to the present. It combines chronological and personality-based approaches to the subject with a thematic discussion of major Sufi notions and institutions. Sufism is examined from a variety of different perspectives: as a vibrant social institution, a specific form of artistic.
Product Information. The first book to reveal the history of Western sexual mysticism - Reveals the secret sexual practices that have been used since ancient Greece to achieve mystical union with God - Details the sects and individuals who transmitted the radical sexual practices that orthodox Christianity never completely silenced - Distinguishes between sexual magic and.
Filed under: Mysticism -- History -- Middle Ages, The Following of Christ (London: T. Fisher Unwin, ), by Johannes Tauler, trans. by J. Morell (multiple formats at ) A Little Book of Eternal Wisdom, by Heinrich Seuse (HTML at CCEL).
The latter book gives a detailed account of each day of creation, embellishing the narrative found in Genesis 1 with, among other things, a description of God’s residence in the “upper worlds.” Sefer Yetzirah is a brief book that had an enormous influence on future Jewish mysticism.
His many books include Islamic Mysticism: A Short History and Islam in Historical Perspective. "This groundbreaking monograph is critical not only for understanding the complex phenomenon that is Sufism, but also for gaining insight into the significant methodological issues of.
about history as a product of imagining and emplotment of facts and 1 figures. The continual imagining and emplotting of the historical vicissi-tudes of the ascetic- mystical movement in Islam by insiders and outsiders allow us to discover ever-new nuances and aspects pertaining to it.
The 1 8/18/ PMFile Size: KB. Evelyn Underhill (–) was an English writer and pacifist who became famous for her numerous works on religion and spiritual practice, in particular mysticism. In the English-speaking world, she was one of the most widely read writers on these matters in the first half of the twentieth century, especially for this book "Mysticism.Mysticism: The Nature and Development of Spiritual Consciousness by Evelyn Underhill, is a must read for any serious student of Christian mysticism.
This is also a wonderful work for understanding the spiritual experiences of the great mystic by: Mysticism is the school of sorcery least understood by the magical community and the most difficult to explain to novice mages. The spell effects commonly ascribed to the School of Mysticism are as extravagantly disparate as Soul Trap, the creation of a cell that would hold a victim's spirit after death, to Telekinesis, the manipulation of objects at a distance.