They bring us the Arrakeen mystical fusion whose profound beauty is typified by the stirring music built on the old forms, but stamped with the new awakening.
=========================== He was warrior and mystic, ogre and saint, the fox and the innocent, chivalrous, ruthless, less than a god, more than a man.
Mysticism isn’t difficult when you survive each second by surmounting open hostility.
The first space experiences, poorly communicated and subject to extreme distortion, were a wild inducement to mystical speculation.
ALAM AL-MITHAL: the mystical world of similitudes where all physical limitations are removed.
Originally, the "Seven Mystic Questions" beginning: "Who is it that thinks?"
WEIRDING: idiomatic: that which partakes of the mystical or of witchcraft.
Because the Bene Gesserit operated for centuries behind the blind of a semi-mystic school while carrying on their selective breeding program among humans, we tend to award them with more status than they appear to deserve.
The Bene Gesserit, who privately denied they were a religious order, but who operated behind an almost impenetrable screen of ritual mysticism, and whose training, whose symbolism, organization, and internal teaching methods were almost wholly religious; 3.
ZENSUNNI: followers of a schismatic sect that broke away from the teachings of Maometh (the so-called "Third Muhammed") about 1381 B.G. The Zensunni religion is noted chiefly for its emphasis on the mystical and a reversion to "the ways of the fathers."
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She is a mystic who believes enlightenment will come from communing with nature.
She is a mystic who claims to be able to both talk to the dead and see into the future.