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A mystic is a man who treats his feelings as tools of cognition.
The mystic lives and looks; and speaks the disconcerting language of first-hand experience.
A mystic is one who has dropped all dreams, who has thrown away this mirror of the mind and who looks directly into life, without any medium interfering. Then he sees the eternal progression, then in a single moment he sees all eternity, and in a single atom he can see the whole reflected.
So much magic lies beyond our fears.
I never liked the term mystic as applied to someone or a way of thought. It covers something very profound and an awful lot of nonsense passes as profound thought.
Mysticism is the art of union with Reality.
The Platonic world of ideas corresponds to Thinking and Sensation on the mystical level.
The secret of mysticism, therefore, is to feel, think, speak, and act at the same time, for then all that is said, or felt, or done, becomes perfect.
Gardens and chocolate both have mystical qualities.
By the sense of mystery I understand the experience of certain places and times when one's whole nature seems to be in touch with a presence, a genius loci, a potency.
I'm always aiming for some magic in films if I can find a mystical quality either in a song or in a moment or a character's intention.
The artistic experience, at its highest, was actually a natural analogue of mystical experience. It produced a kind of intuitive of perception.
There is nothing more magical than love. Nothing.
Mystical powers develop primarily through the raising of the kundalini. The Kundalini is a type of energy that exists within all things. It's possible to pull that energy, to mass it, to transmit it.
I have attended a number of psychological conferences dealing with this whole problem of the difference between the mystical experience and the psychological crack-up. The difference is that the one who cracks up is drowning in the water in which the mystic swims.
So how can a poet-an intelligent, serious poet-write mystical verse now? The poetry of Adam Zagajewski provides the beginning of an answer to this question.
The love of a man for his wife, his child, of the land where he lives and works, is for me the real meaning of mystical experience.
Spiritual energy flows in and produces effects in the phenomenal world.
The mystical impulse in men is somehow a desire to possess the universe. In women, it's a desire to be possessed.
A mystic is anyone who has the gnawing suspicion that the apparent discord, brokenness, contradictions and discontinuities that assault us every day might conceal a hidden unity.
Mysterious power, whence hope ethereal springs!
Sweet heavenly relic of eternal things!
Inspiring oft deep thoughts of things divine:
The past, the present, and the future time.
Thy reminiscences transport the soul
To memory?s Paradise?its future goal.
Everything looks like magic when you don't understand it.
I am an extraordinary being, you think. I am a mysterious creature
My years as a mystic have made me question almost all my assumptions. They've made me a proud I-don't-know-it-all.
I love mysticism - it's such fun.
A mystic is someone who aches for, continually searches for, direct contact with God; contact not mediated through the emotions or intellect, but a full melding of spirit and will, believing that this is not only possible but is the entire point of life in this world.
Mysticism is the mistake of an accidental and individual symbol for an universal one.
Mystic: a person who is puzzled before the obvious, but who understands the non-existent.
I don't know how you do that - how you make the most mundane things seem magical. Maybe that's just what love does.
The spiritual is whatever allows us to notice the miraculous nature of life.
Magick is a doorway through which we step into mystery, wildness, and immanence.
The mystic sees the ineffable, and the psychopathologist the unspeakable.
In spiritual moments we nearly perceive a grand, divine conspiracy of interconnectedness between us and everything.
The sensual mysticism of entire vertical being.
Mysticism is the passionate longing of the soul for God ...
The supernatural is the natural not yet understood.
Spiritual nature is inconceivable and unlimited. Therefore, the activities of that realm will always remain beyond our mental speculation and intellectual concept.
Mysticism, poor mysticism! When it is underestimated and oversimplified, it comes down from its original sphere and stands beside religion.
An eternity of wisdom and life lies waiting for discovery by those who are willing to embark on the mystical adventure. All of our resources are within us. All we need is our heart, our mind and the will to be something better than we are.
It has become the fashion to talk about Mysticism, even to pose as Mystics, and - need it be said? - those who talk the most on such subjects are those who know the least.
Where magic is the essence of existence and those who wield it, rarely what they seem
Only to a magician is the world forever fluid, infinitely mutable and eternally new. Only he knows the secret of change, only he knows truly that all things are crouched in eagerness to become something else, and it is from this universal tension that he draws his power.
Magic, indeed, is all around us, in stones, flowers, stars, the dawn wind and the sunset cloud; all we need is the ability to see and understand.
We need not wait for the world to become more mystical; the world is mystical. Our problem is not that the world lacks magic; our problem is that we don't believe in its magic. We do not show up fully for life, and then wonder why life is not showing up more fully for us.
The very fact that 'the mystical' is seen as irrelevant to issues of social and political authority itself reflects contemporary, secularized notions of and attitudes toward power. The separation of the mystical from the political is itself a political decision!
I myself recently dreamed that a UFO came speeding towards me which turned out to be the lens of a magic lantern whose projected image was myself; this suggested to me that I was the figure, himself deep in meditation, who is produced by a meditating yogi.
Extraordinary moments often involve a sense of connection, as well as communication, with something that we intuitively know goes well beyond this plane of reality.
In music the mystical element is definitely there all the time, and one can see it.
Effective magic is transcendent nature.
I think there is a little magic in the fact that I'm so totally real but look so artificial at the same time.
The complexity and efficiency of the physicist's technical apparatus is matched, if not surpassed, by that of the mystic's consciousness - both physical and spiritual - in deep meditation.
Paranormal. It rolls off the tongue with such poetry but it means something like, beyond normal. There is nothing paranormal about magic. Magic is the norm.
- Penny Sweeney
Magic All Around
To me, you are magic.
For everything sacred has the substance of dreams and memories, and so we experience the miracle of what is separated from us by time or distance suddenly being made tangible.
The spiritual soul is sacred.
Our rational minds often attempt to minimise or negate the mystical encounters. We forget the power of our experiences. We must embrace the reality of that event, which is a miracle.
The language of [Catholic] mysticism - its repeated attempts to lay consciousness itself bare and speak all the intensely opposing yet interconnected parts of it that cannot be spoken.
It is our nature to defy gravity, to transcend the limitations of the reasoning mind and connect with the realm of the mystical truth.
The mystic purchases a moment of exhilaration with a lifetime of confusion; and the confusion is infectious and destructive. It is confusing and destructive to try and explain anything in terms of anything else, poetry in terms of psychology.
The mystic cannot wholly do without symbol and image, inadequate to his vision though they must always be: for his experience must be expressed if it is to be communicated, and its actuality is inexpressible except in some hint or parallel which will stimulate the dormant intuition of the reader.
If I'm looking really intense, it's not because I'm trying to be mystical. It's because I'm thinking '[Dagnabit], that was supposed to be a 7th chord'.
Divine essence?' I said. 'Hey, I'm Fat Boy, I'll possess a guy and make him eat ten pounds of chocolate in one sitting! Yeah, that's divine, that's fucking deep, that's like ... ' I couldn't think what that was like. It was like something, though.
Saints and mystics throughout history have adorned their realisations with different names and given them different faces and interpretations, but what they are all fundamentally experiencing is the essential nature of the mind.
All things are spiritual. It doesn't matter what you do or who you are or what kind of blue jeans you wear, or whether you wear an ochre robe or whether you're sober or asleep or dreaming. It's all the same.
There is no wonder more supernatural and divine in the life of a believer than the mystery and ministry of prayer ... the hand of the child touching the arm of the Father and moving the wheel of the universe.
The mystic possesses his or her knowledge of God not from books or academic study, but from experience, from the experience of being loved intimately, intensely, by God.
The mystical life is the centre of all that I do and all that I think and all that I write ... I have always considered myself a voice of what I believe to be a greater renaissance - the revolt of the soul against the intellect.
Some dreams, some poems, some musical phrases, some pictures, wake feelings such as one never had before, new in colour and form - spiritual sensations, as it were, hitherto unproved
Every moment possesses its own kind of magic.
Mysticism is concerned primarily with moving our awareness field from the beginning of the band of perception, the human band, up to the enlightened bands of perception.
Mysticism is the acceptance that everything cannot be logically explained.
If our life lacks a constant magic it is because we choose to observe our acts and lose ourselves in consideration of their imagined form and meaning, instead of being impelled by their force.
You sort of underestimate the human being when you say that every least thing that is an abstract experience is spiritual. It isn't. It's just your real self. You can be capable of fantastic abstract experiences, right in this life.
Mysticism is, in essence, little more than a certain intensity and depth of feeling in regard to what is believed about the universe.
The sacredness of existence is spiritual.
Life is magical! You are magic!
Magic has often been thought of us the art of making dreams come true; the art of realizing visions. Yet before we can bring birth to the vision we have to see it.
Life is spiritual!
Mysticism is not this or that particular cup on the table; it is the water poured into all of them.
The feeling of being lost in time and geography with months and years hazily sparkling ahead in a prospect of inconjecturable magic
Some people like to say serendipitous. I like to say magical.
If you are ready for mystical experiences, you have them.
Nothing but magic is really like magic, when it comes right down to it.
I think everything about my life is magical. I've struggled, and against most odds, I'm truly having the experience of living my dreams.
The mystic sees God in everything; the scientist, atoms; the poet, poetry.
The so-called miraculous powers of a great master are a natural accompaniment to his exact understanding of subtle laws that operate in the inner cosmos of consciousness.
Mysticism is the study of power, its use, and its abuse. At every moment you are getting stronger or you are growing weaker. At every moment your attention field is increasing or decreasing.
When you are irrationally irrational you may find that life is magical.
I think that artworks are like these spiritual objects: I think that they have energies and powers beyond what the eye can see.
Everything in life is miraculous. It rests within the power of each of us to awaken from a dragging nightmare of life made up of unimportant tasks and tedious useless little habits to see life as it really is, and to rejoice in its exquisite wonderfulness.
Magic isn't a far-off phenomenon.
A mystical path requires courage as you must take a first step of faith so that the second may be of science.
Incomprehensible spirit , sometimes light , sometimes sea.
The mystics are the only ones who have gained a glimpse into what is possible when this same capacity [for creation] is used primarily in the service of the individual himself instead of for the creation of art.
All mysteries which lead theory to mysticism find their rational solution in human practice and in the comprehension of this practice.
As attunement to psychic (occult) reality has grown in America, one often misunderstood and secretive branch of it has begun to flourish also - magical religion ...
What made Jim truly mystical was his ability to live fully conscious of how, every day, a bit more of the sacred becomes desecrated. Still, Jim's awareness of how much had been lost didn't stop him from appreciating what remained.
Mystical insight and enlightenment occur when the veil between the worlds is lifted, the worlds are bridged, the gap closes, and we cross over.
The imaginative faculty of the soul must be fed with objects immense and eternal.
When you are young and powerless you dream of possessing mystical strength, and once you are grown and strong you condemn lesser folk to that same dream,