At One With the Invisible: Studies in Mysticism

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Fb&c Limited, Jun 26, 2015 - Self-Help - 307 pages
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Excerpt from At One With the Invisible: Studies in Mysticism

This book is the outgrowth of a seminar in Mysticism recently conducted by the writer in Yale University. There is, as Professor James suggests, an element of mysticism in all religion, and the aim of the seminar was to study its various aspects in the religious experience and teachings of those in whom it was conspicuous. All of the contributors to this volume, save one, took part in the seminar, and the writer desires to acknowledge again their kindness in rendering such valuable service and in permitting further use of their material in this way. It seemed advisable that a larger audience should share in the benefits of it - hence this publication. Besides serving as an introduction to the study of Mysticism, the papers will prove especially serviceable to students of the Psychology of Religion.

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