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CHAPTER INTRODUCTION I MYSTICAL RELIGION AND THE ABNoRMAL
MYSTICISM AND AscETICISM
MYSTICISM AND RELIGIOUs EDUCATION
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abstract aims appear aspects attained beauty become believe body break capacity carry character Christ Christian Church comes common concerned consciousness constructed course deal deeper discover divine doubt early effect energy essential eternal exist experience fact faith feel fellowship felt field finite forces give ground hand heart higher human idea ideal important individual inner interpret kind least less light lives man's matter mean mental method mind moral move mystical mystical experience nature never objective once organization peace persons practical present problem psychologist question race reach reality religion religious revealed seems seen sense sometimes soul sound spiritual spring suffering sure testimony theory things thought tion true truth turn universe values vision whole