An Anthology of Mysticism and Mystical Philosophy

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William Kingsland
Methuen & Company, Limited, 1927 - Mysticism - 305 pages
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A. A. Milne Absolute abyss Alfred Tennyson Angelus Silesius Anna Kingsford art thou atheism Atman attributeless Bampton Lectures Basilides become Bhagavad Gita body Brahman Brihad-aranyaka Upanishad Byss cannot Chandogya Upanishad Christ Christian Christian Mysticism Chuang Tzu conception consciousness creature Demy Svo Devachan Dharmakaya divine doctrine doth E. H. Shepard E. V. Lucas earth Edition Edmond Holmes Edmund Spenser energy of God Ernst Haeckel essence eternal Evelyn Underhill evil existence F. H. Bradley Fabre d'Olivet Father Fcap finite G. R. S. Mead George Eliot GNOSIS Gnostic God's Godhead Goethe H. P. Blavatsky hath heaven Hegel Henri Bergson Herbert Spencer Hermes himself Holy Holy Ghost Horus human Ibid immanent infinite intellect itself Jacob Bohme Jacopone da Todi Josiah Royce Kalpa Karma kind permission knowledge light live Logos Madame Guyon manifestation Marcus Aurelius matter Maurice Maeterlinck Max Muller metaphysical mind monistic Mundaka Upanishad mystery mystical nature NIRVANA nothing Pantheism Paul Deussen perfect person philo philosophy Planetary Spheres Plato Plotinus Proclus Ralph Waldo Emerson Rational Mysticism reality Religion Rig Veda Ruysbroeck Saint-Martin Sartor Resartus self sense sesamum soul Spinoza spirit Stoicism substance Swami Vivekananda Synesius T. H. Huxley tat tvam asi thee Theologia Germanica theology Theosophy therefore Thine Own Self thing-in-itself things Thomas a Kempis Thomas Carlyle Thomas Traherne thou thought thus thyself transcendental transcends true truth unity universe unto Upanishad Vedanta W. R. Inge Walt Whitman whole William James Word Zanoni

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