Books in category Religion – Mysticism

  • The Book of Ceremonial Magic

    The Book of Ceremonial Magic
    Arthur Edward Waite

    Arthur Edward Waite writes "The Book of Ceremonial Magic" as a newer and more accurate edition of his previous title "The Book of Black Magic and of Pacts," written in 1898.

  • Practical Mysticism

    Practical Mysticism
    Evelyn Underhill

    This most lucid statement in print on the meaning of mysticism and the practice of contemplation, by this century's greatest mystic.

  • The Death of the Mythic God

    The Death of the Mythic God
    Jim Marion

    Is God dead? Jim Marion says that what has really died is our myth of God, our worn-out notion of the deity in the sky, separate from us, who intervenes in our lives only when petitioned strenuously.

  • Profundizar MÃ s

    Profundizar Más
    David Hoffmeister

    Permite que Profundizar más te lleve de la mano y te acompañe a través de la división en la mente que impregna todos los aspectos de la existencia humana, la división que literalmente inventa tu mundo.

  • Mary Magdalen

    Mary Magdalen
    Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich

    The visions of Blessed Anne Catherine Emmerich are the world's greatest source of detail on the life of St. Mary Magdalen — great sinner and penitent.

  • Essentials of Mysticism

    Essentials of Mysticism
    Evelyn Underhill

    This collection of her essays includes: The Essentials of Mysticism The Mystic and the Corporate Life Mysticism and the Doctrine of Atonement The Mystic as Creative Artist The Education of the Spirit The Place of Will, Intellect And Feeling …

  • He is My Heaven

    He is My Heaven
    Jennifer Moorcroft

    In He Is My Heaven, Jennifer Moorcroft draws on Elizabeth’s own writings and other sources to give us a short, readable portrait of this fascinating young woman who fell in love with God.

  • Roads of Excess Palaces of Wisdom

    Roads of Excess, Palaces of Wisdom
    Jeffrey J. Kripal

    " Inspired by these poetic terms, Jeffrey J. Kripal reveals how the works of scholars of mysticism are often rooted in their own mystical experiences, "roads of excess," which can both lead to important insights into these scholars' works …

  • El Retorno de la Feminidad Sagrada y el Alma del Mundo

    El Retorno de la Feminidad Sagrada y el Alma del Mundo
    Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee

    En las últimas dos décadas Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee ha impartido enseñanzas sobre lo femenino y el anima mundi, el Alma del Mundo, que por primera vez han sido recopiladas en este libro.

  • Margery Kempe and Translations of the Flesh

    Margery Kempe and Translations of the Flesh
    Karma Lochrie

    "A feminist analysis of the writing of the fifteenth-century English mystic, showing how Kempe exploited the gendered ideologies of flesh and text, violated taboos, and responded to the constraints of her time."—Book News, Inc.

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