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Publisher: Tor Books
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Mystic is the start of an enchanting new epic fantasy series from Jason Denzel, the founder of Dragonmount. I called to the Myst, and it sent us you. For hundreds of years, high-born nobles have competed for the chance to learn of the Myst. Powerful, revered, and often reclusive, Mystics have the unique ability to summon and manipulate the Myst: the underlying energy that lives at the heart of the universe. Once in a very great while, they take an apprentice, always from the most privileged sects of society. Such has always been the tradition-until a new High Mystic takes her seat and chooses Pomella AnDone, a restless, low-born teenager, as a candidate. Commoners have never been welcomed among the select few given the opportunity to rise beyond even the highest nobility. So when Pomella chooses to accept the summons and journey to Kelt Apar, she knows that she will have more to contend with than the competition for the apprenticeship. Breaking both law and tradition, Pomella undergoes three trials against the other candidates to prove her worthiness. As the trials unfold, Pomella navigates a deadly world of intolerance and betrayal, unaware that ruthless conspirators intend to make her suffer for having the audacity to seek to unravel the secrets of the Myst. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.


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Author: Cheryl Brooks
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Mystic by Cheryl Brooks Book Resume:

"Sexy space travel at its finest...[a] phenomenal series." —Night Owl Reviews for The Cat Star Chronicles Her love is the one thing he never saw coming... Sulaksha Enduran is still reeling from the death of her lover. He died of a mysterious plague—and it's out of control. Sula is determined to find answers on her own, until an impossibly sexy Zetithian saves her life and joins her quest. Despite the prescient abilities and power over the wind that enable Zetithian mystic Aidan Banadänsk to rescue Sula from certain death, he couldn't have predicted her unique effect on him. It shrouds her future in mystery...and fills him with unparalleled desire. But Sula's investigation has put her in the crosshairs of a deadly conspiracy. With an entire planet's population at stake, Sula and Aidan must risk it all to save the planet, the galaxy...and each other. Cat Star Legacy Series: Maverick (Book 1) Mystic (Book 2) What People are Saying about Cheryl Brooks: "Astounding... Cheryl Brooks is extremely inventive and imaginative." —Fresh Fiction "Out-of-this-world sexy...the ultimate reading experience."—Long and Short Reviews "Scorching hot...keeps you turning pages."—RT Book Reviews "Wildly imaginative, highly entertaining, and sure to become a classic."—Star-Crossed Romance

Mystic Dragon

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Author: Jason Denzel
Publisher: Tor Books
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Mystic Dragon by Jason Denzel Book Resume:

Mystic Dragon: The enchanting epic fantasy novel from Jason Denzel, the founder of Dragonmount. Seven years have passed since lowborn Pomella AnDone became an unlikely Mystic’s apprentice. Though she has achieved much in a short time, as a rare celestial event approaches, Pomella feels the burden of being a Mystic more than ever. The Mystical realm of Fayün is threatening to overtake the mortal world, and as the two worlds slowly blend together, the land is thrown into chaos. People begin to vanish or are killed outright, and Mystics from across the world gather to protect them. Among them is Shevia, a haunted and brilliant prodigy whose mastery of the Myst is unlike anything Pomella has ever seen. Shevia will challenge Pomella in every possible way, from her mastery of the Myst to her emotional connection with Pomella’s own friends—and as Shevia’s dark intentions become more clear, Pomella fears she may be unstoppable. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Mystic Chords of Memory

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Author: Michael Kammen
Publisher: Vintage
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Mystic Chords of Memory by Michael Kammen Book Resume:

Mystic Chords of Memory "Illustrated with hundreds of well-chosen anecdotes and minute observations . . . Kammen is a demon researcher who seems to have mined his nuggets from the entire corpus of American cultural history . . . insightful and sardonic." —Washington Post Book World In this ground-breaking, panoramic work of American cultural history, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of A Machine That Would Go of Itself examines a central paradox of our national identity How did "the land of the future" acquire a past? And to what extent has our collective memory of that past—as embodied in our traditions—have been distorted, or even manufactured? Ranging from John Adams to Ronald Reagan, from the origins of Independence Day celebrations to the controversies surrounding the Vietnam War Memorial, from the Daughters of the American Revolution to immigrant associations, and filled with incisive analyses of such phenonema as Americana and its collectors, "historic" villages and Disneyland, Mystic Chords of Memory is a brilliant, immensely readable, and enormously important book. "Fascinating . . . a subtle and teeming narrative . . . masterly." —Time "This is a big, ambitious book, and Kammen pulls it off admirably. . . . [He] brings a prodigious mind and much scholarly rigor to his task . . . an importnat book—and a revealing look at how Americans look at themselves." —Milwaukee Journal

Mystic Fiasco How the Indians Won the Pequot War

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Author: David R. Wagner,Jack Dempsey
Publisher: Digital Scanning Inc
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Mystic Fiasco How the Indians Won the Pequot War by David R. Wagner,Jack Dempsey Book Resume:

American histories have long held that in May 1637---"Connecticut's Birthday"---a small force of English colonists guided by Mohegan Native allies set out to break the back of Pequot dominion in New England. According to Alfred E. Cave's The Pequot War and other accounts, the English and Mohegans supposedly marched "undetected" across multiple Indian territories, and at the Pequot village of Missituc on the Mystic River, trapped and killed between 300 and 700 men, women and children---thus launching the northern English colonies' first "total war" against Native Americans. What new understandings emerge when, for the first time, readers can examine these records and traditions against the actual landscape? What were the realities of New England tribal life, and of Native American war, in the 1600s? If the colonists of Massachusetts Bay and Hartford were in their own words "altogether ignorant" of how to locate, identify, fight, and control Native peoples, how did thoroughly-intermarried Pequots, Mohegans, Narragansetts and others exploit these crucial English blind-spots with astonishing, subtle and yet plainly visible counter-strategies? Why were guns, armor and European assault-tactics the wrong means of war in New England? What were the consequences near and far of the colonies' refusals to adjust? Tracking every step of The Pequot War from its origins to its aftermath and influences, Mystic Fiasco is its most comprehensive and detailed study. Its basis in the landscape exposes the fundamental but unexamined paradigms that hard-wired the American colonial psyche from those days to these. With user-friendly maps and illustrations by renowned historical artist David R. Wagner and the documentary expertise of historian Jack Dempsey, Mystic Fiasco is filled with resources that empower you to go and discover this "Mystic Massacre" and Pequot War for yourself.

33 Mystic Notes

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Author: Seyed Kourosh Mirtaghi
Publisher: Balboa Press
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33 Mystic Notes by Seyed Kourosh Mirtaghi Book Resume:

Man comes and goes, in this world, without really knowing himself and the reasons behind it all. For man, self-recognition sufficiently, is the initial step prior to any action. Those who are determined will eventually be transformed and start their lifes journey in the path of love. Mysticism is the natural way adopted to man throughout the time for this purpose. There are prerequisites and conditions to be performed and experienced to gain the knowledge which all cause the true self to be uncovered. Unveiling the hidden possibilities and capacities! Mystic Notes helps regardless of believes. Allow your heart to thrill the way joyfully! Allow yourself to find it out my friend!

Spells for the Modern Mystic

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Author: Kelley Knight,Brandon Knight
Publisher: HarperCollins
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Spells for the Modern Mystic by Kelley Knight,Brandon Knight Book Resume:

Looking to boost your self-empowerment and personal protection? Would you like to enhance your personal transformation and optimize the energy of the spaces in which you live and work? From one of the fastest growing spiritual brands comes guidance: a beautiful spell-casting book for modern mystics of all levels. With more than 25 rituals and spells, Spells for the Modern Mystic holds the key to tapping into the universe to improve your life. Spells for the Modern Mystic shows you step-by-step how to set up and perform rituals and cast spells in six life areas. self-protection; ancestral power; love; transformation; wealth; and personal spaces. It also includes an introductory section that explains the five essential elements of rituals—symbols, terms, and methodology, including how to set up altars—and answers frequently asked questions. With gorgeous specially commissioned black and gold patterns throughout and line drawings of essential symbols used in the spellwork, this indispensable guide written by experienced practitioners Kelley Knight and Brandon Knight will help empower you in every life area. Discover: Protection and Clearing Rituals: Solar Shielding Ritual; Ritual Protection Bath; The Watcher’s Call; Get the F*ck Out; Oops! Reversal Ritual Ancestral Rituals: Setting Up an Ancestral Altar; Opening the Gates Ritual; Healing the Lineage Ritual; Inner Child Ritual; Family Healing Ritual Transformation Rituals: Road Opener Ritual; Kali Transformation Ritual; Empowerment of the Chakras; Ritual of Command; Ritual of Power Love Rituals: Self-Love Ritual; Removing Blocks to Love Ritual; Relationship Support Ritual; Passion Ritual; Attracting a Committed Relationship Ritual Wealth Rituals: Setting Up a Wealth Altar; Job Obtainment or Promotion Ritual; Quick Cash Ritual Space Rituals: Clearing a Space; Protecting a Space; Obtaining a Space; Space Blessing

Inviting the Mystic, Supporting the Prophet

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Author: Katherine Marie Dyckman,L. Patrick Carroll
Publisher: Paulist Press
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Inviting the Mystic, Supporting the Prophet by Katherine Marie Dyckman,L. Patrick Carroll Book Resume:

Inviting the Mystic, Supporting the Prophet is written to encourage lay people, sisters and priests to confidently use their gifts to become spiritual directors to others. This book offers encouragement to those already involved in the task, builds upon the natural gifts of those who feel called to begin and hopes to increase the number of hearts willing to hear others in this way.

Blood Mystic

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Author: George Gittoes
Publisher: Macmillan Publishers Aus.
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Blood Mystic by George Gittoes Book Resume:

George Gittoes defies categorisation as his life defies belief. One thing is certain: Gittoes is the greatest Australian hero working today and his epic story must be told. Equal parts artist and warrior, George is world-famous for waging war on war with art, circus, photography and film. "Soldiers die for flags. For me it is art," he says. George has been shot, stabbed, bombed, beaten, tortured, drowned and jailed. He has worked with Andy Warhol, dined with Fidel Castro, plotted with Julian Assange, been feted by Mandela, blessed by Mother Theresa, sneezed on by the Dalai Lama. Blood Mystic begins with George flying back to Jalalabad carrying a letter from the Taliban threatening to chop off his head and show the decapitation on live TV. George's mission is to film with street kids in the most dangerous city on earth - the Ghostbuster street exorcists, the Snow Monkey ice cream boys, the urchin girls and kuchi kids, the child gangsters with razor blades under their lips. As the danger grows, George reflects deeply on a life less ordinary - his boyhood being groomed as a gangster, his escape to New York, the Yellow House art revolutions, crazy brave adventures in outback Australia, ghetto America, jungle Nicaragua, war-torn Cambodia, badlands Baghdad, hollow Bosnia... and beyond. This is a specially formatted fixed layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book.

Into the Mystic

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Author: Christopher Hill
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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Into the Mystic by Christopher Hill Book Resume:

Explores the visionary, mystical, and ecstatic traditions that influenced the music of the 1960s • Examines the visionary, spiritual, and mystical influences on the Grateful Dead, the Beatles, the Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Van Morrison, the Incredible String Band, the Left Banke, Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground, and others • Shows how the British Invasion acted as the “detonator” to explode visionary music into the mainstream • Explains how 1960s rock and roll music transformed consciousness on both the individual and collective levels The 1960s were a time of huge transformation, sustained and amplified by the music of that era: Rock and Roll. During the 19th and 20th centuries visionary and esoteric spiritual traditions influenced first literature, then film. In the 1960s they entered the realm of popular music, catalyzing the ecstatic experiences that empowered a generation. Exploring how 1960s rock and roll music became a school of visionary art, Christopher Hill shows how music raised consciousness on both the individual and collective levels to bring about a transformation of the planet. The author traces how rock and roll rose from the sacred music of the African Diaspora, harnessing its ecstatic power for evoking spiritual experiences through music. He shows how the British Invasion, beginning with the Beatles in the early 1960s, acted as the “detonator” to explode visionary music into the mainstream. He explains how 60s rock and roll made a direct appeal to the imaginations of young people, giving them a larger set of reference points around which to understand life. Exploring the sources 1960s musicians drew upon to evoke the initiatory experience, he reveals the influence of European folk traditions, medieval Troubadours, and a lost American history of ecstatic politics and shows how a revival of the ancient use of psychedelic substances was the strongest agent of change, causing the ecstatic, mythic, and sacred to enter the consciousness of a generation. The author examines the mythic narratives that underscored the work of the Grateful Dead, the French symbolist poets who inspired Bob Dylan, the hallucinatory England of the Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper, the tale of the Rolling Stones and the Lord of Misrule, Van Morrison’s astral journeys, and the dark mysticism of Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground. Evoking the visionary and apocalyptic atmosphere in which the music of the 1960s was received, the author helps each of us to better understand this transformative era and its mystical roots.

Path of the Mystic

Path of the Mystic [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10:
Author: Ai Gvhdi Waya,Eileen Nauman
Publisher: Light Technology Publishing
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Path of the Mystic by Ai Gvhdi Waya,Eileen Nauman Book Resume:

Our best teachers are inside ourselves. Ai Gvhdi Waya shares her own journey through Native American stories of her discovery -- and how you can access th emany teachers, too. Learn how to trust your own knowing and follow your heart. Walk the path of the mystic and understand how you can do that on a daily basis. Being a mystic gives us the opportunity to transform from chrysalis into butterfly. This gift is available to all of us.

Mystic Quest

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Author: Tracy Hickman,Laura Hickman
Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
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Mystic Quest by Tracy Hickman,Laura Hickman Book Resume:

Thrice upon a time, three worlds were in peril... New York Times bestselling author Tracy Hickman and Dragonlance cocreator Laura Hickman present the continuing story of their monumental, enthralling epic fantasy Thrice upon a time, three champions will find one destiny... In the course of more than two decades, Galen Arvad's tiny band of outlaw Mystics has grown into a nation of secret clans, despite fierce persecution by the Pir theocracy and the dragons that have enslaved humanity. On another world, the faery Dwynwyn saved her people by raising an army of the dead, but now none of the corpses can rest...and the sheer number of their tormented legions threatens the faery kingdoms. While on the third world, the tyrannical King Mimic's domination is threatened by a warrior maiden whose thirst for conquest exceeds his own. Yet through the magic of the dreams that link their worlds, a new wind blows, beckoning each of them into unknown lands with the promise of salvation, sanctuary, and power. For Galen's war-weary son, Caelith, the slender hope takes the form of a stranger's vow to lead him and his people to the sanctuary of a lost empire-the legendary ancestral home of the Mystics. Dwynwyn seeks salvation of her people through a small fellowship of Fae who must journey to a distant land of unquenchable horror-where their truth can bring peace to the living and the dead. As for the wizard-goblin Thux, newly and unwillingly appointed Technomancer to King Mimic, his journey to the Ogre citadel may bring him to the height of power and danger-if his own allies do not kill him first. Now three bands of heroes embark on odysseys beset by outer tragedy and inner betrayal. For each to survive, all must succeed-for all three worlds face the same cunning evil...

The Path of the Warrior-Mystic

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Author: Angel Millar
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
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The Path of the Warrior-Mystic by Angel Millar Book Resume:

• Explores the archetypal and classical male ideal found in ancient societies around the world • Examines some of the problems facing men in the world today and shares practices to develop yourself in the face of these problems • Provides techniques for developing your thinking and focus, overcoming fear, relaxing tension in your body, and developing a self-image more appropriate to who you are and aspire to be Ancient and classical societies have always had an ideal of manhood. In Japan, the samurai cultivated not only the art of the sword but also poetry, calligraphy, and spiritual practice. In Confucianism, the ideal man was the Chun-Tzu (the Higher Man), who cultivated both the arts of war and the arts of peace. And in medieval Europe, the knight lived by the comparable code of chivalry. Such men, considered both warriors and mystics, exempli ed wholeness. Yet today, men exist in a chaotic world without role models, guidance, or a sense of the sacred masculine. Exploring how to reconnect with the archetypal male ideal and develop the different sides of your being, author Angel Millar offers a journey of self-development to help cultivate yourself as a whole--mentally, physically, and spiritually. He examines some of the problems facing men in the world today--lack of strong friendships, distractingtechnology, constant criticism--and shares practices to develop yourself in the face of these problems. He shares techniques for enhancing your focus, overcoming fear, integrating your shadow, developing inner silence, and creating a self-image more appropriate to who you are and who you aspire to be. He also explores the importance of relaxing tension in your body to help you break free from pattern-induced behavior and self-defeating thoughts embedded through muscle memory. Examining in uential gures both contemporary and historical like Steve Jobs and Swami Vivekananda, powerful myths from East and West such as the tale of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, warrior and brotherhood traditions as well as literature and fine art, this guide will help you discover your inner sacred masculine, a better understanding of the world and your place in it, and ultimately how to become a confident, strong, and dynamic contemporary higher man and a leader in your own life.

Essays of a Modern Mystic

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Author: H. Spencer Lewis
Publisher: Pickle Partners Publishing
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Essays of a Modern Mystic by H. Spencer Lewis Book Resume:

The contents of these essays touch the fundamentals of human interest, such as birth, man’s mission, his concern with the afterlife, and practical problems of ethics and morals. The author writes as though he were personally counseling one who came to his study for advice as did several thousand persons during his lifetime. Dr. Lewis was the executive officer of the Rosicrucian Order, AMORC, one of the world’s oldest and largest fraternities devoted to mystical and metaphysical study. Thousands have read and benefited from his books. This book you will want to refer to often. Though you will find it interesting, it is intended to be helpful and informative. For this reason you will find it a useful reference work pertaining to the mysteries of human existence.

The Mystic's Way for Regular People

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Author: James C. Alexander
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
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The Mystic's Way for Regular People by James C. Alexander Book Resume:

Many are searching for a deeper spiritual life. Yet, often seekers don't really know where to begin. In this short book, James Alexander demystifies the mystical journey. Realizing that the mystics have much to offer those searching for a richer spiritual life, and yet that not everyone is called to a monastic life, Alexander offers a path for everyday mystics. If you have been wanting "something more," but don't know how to go about it, this book is for you! Characteristics of the mystical journey as well as practices that will deepen your spiritual life and relationships with others are presented in an inviting, doable way. The mystic's way is a reality for everyone. This book offers a starting point for a fuller, richer experience of God that will encourage you and excite you. Discover a path that has enriched the life of many followers of Jesus—both now and in the past. The journey awaits you. Now is the time to begin!

Aldous Huxley, from Poet to Mystic

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Author: Jerome Meckier
Publisher: LIT Verlag Münster
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Aldous Huxley, from Poet to Mystic by Jerome Meckier Book Resume:

Aldous Huxley began as a poet. He perfected the voice of the modern satirical poet of ideas, who used art against itself to produce a parodic poetry of breakdowns, collapses, stalemates, and dead ends best suited to the apparent pointlessness of the post-war era. His cleverest, most irreverent poems are contrapuntal: they, in effect, silence venerable poets and cancel traditional formats. Huxley's poetic personas either fail to preserve conventional forms or purposely sabotage them. By 1920, Huxley became the parodic equivalent of the formative intelligences (i.e., Dante, Goethe, and Lucretius) who once synthesized their respective eras positively. In this book, author Jerome Meckier explicates most of Huxley's poems, including Leda, his masterpiece, an ironical modern myth. Meckier traces Huxley's development in terms of the poets he inserted in five of his eleven novels, along with their poems. These poets mostly fail as poets, their different stances falling apart one after another. But Huxley began to detect a spiritual significance underlying the creative urge. This allowed him to rehabilitate many of the Romantic and Victorian poets he formerly ridiculed as frauds and liars. Eventually, he celebrated mystical contemplation as silent poetry, positing a utopia in which everyone is a poet to the limits of his or her potentiality. Huxley became the perennial philosopher, a neo-Brahmin: the sage-like figure he initially personified parodically. His paradigmatic career took him from a Pyrrhonic silencing of outmoded poems and poets to the advocacy of a poetry of silence. (Series: "Human Potentialities". Studien zu Aldous Huxley & zeitgenossischer Kultur/Studies in Aldous Huxley & Contemporary Culture - Vol. 11)

The Mantle of the Mystic

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Author: Eknath Easwaran
Publisher: Nilgiri Press
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The Mantle of the Mystic by Eknath Easwaran Book Resume:

Selections from Easwaran’s published works highlight key episodes in his life. These episodes contributed to the unfolding of his natural genius for teaching and – much more important – of the inner spirit that was struggling for expression. The book is an inspiration to spiritual aspirants following the eightfold path of passage meditation.

The Mystic Journey

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Author: Jyoti Anand
Publisher: Archway Publishing
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The Mystic Journey by Jyoti Anand Book Resume:

Fifty-year-old Mira is a middle-class woman who has been thrown willy-nilly into a wide world of claustrophobic, inconceivable privilege in Mumbai, India. By day, she is a devoted companion to Vikram, her sweet and loving husband, and best friend to Megha, her soul sister. But when darkness falls and Mira sleeps, her astral travels lead her deep into a different realm where she realizes bliss, fears, and premonitions not found in the earthly world. Miras house servant, Chandra, is a beautiful, underprivileged tribal girl from a distant village in Tamil Nadu who is unfortunately bound by blind customs and an oppressive society. As Miras dreams, musings, and astral travels shape her evolution as a very special and unique person, these episodes not only bring her wisdom and solace, but also help her to transform Chandras life and the lives of many others. But will Miras out-of-body experiences strengthen her to triumphantly emerge from her roller-coaster life or lead her somewhere she never imagined? The Mystic Journey shares a tale of joy, doubt, fear, and the unbearable lightness of being as an Indian woman seeks liberation through her astral travels.

The Mystic’s Test

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Author: Alex Stern
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
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The Mystic’s Test by Alex Stern Book Resume:

A malevolent shadow hangs over Theysia, seeking vengeance for being snuffed out by those it believed inferior. Its eyes are set on the capital city of Minraz, where the decedents dwell. Nyzir and Sineram, two up-and-coming mystics, are roped into the plans of a being that makes even the mightiest beast subservient to its better. Though armed with powerful magic, the siblings must learn that power alone can’t protect and that sometimes the best weapon is both unconventional and unsuspecting.

From a Mystic’s Diary

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Author: Sai Keshav
Publisher: Notion Press
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From a Mystic’s Diary by Sai Keshav Book Resume:

Do you see yourself at the crossroads in your life, thinking, what is this race around me, and where is this taking me? Are you wondering about the whole purpose of life? Do you have the courage to face your true self, completely raw, stripped of perceptions and imaginations? Do you see a larger, broader need of your current life, a need to expand beyond your current understanding of yourself? No, this is not just another self-help book, but a book to either start seeking ‘yourself’, or expand the current seeking of yourself. From a Mystic’s Diary is just plain truth at its bare bones. It is a compelling read and much more—a guide to “the seekers of truth”. Sai Keshav, comes out blatantly honest, fresh and natural in this book, to share his deepest tenets, in the understanding of life, its experience, its beauty and the conundrum around it. More so, he also provides many tools and accelerators that could help along your journey. Good luck and purposeful reading. - Rajaram Ramamoorthi (Noted Musician and Yoga Practitioner)

Mystic Modernity

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Author: Ashim Dutta
Publisher: Routledge
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Mystic Modernity by Ashim Dutta Book Resume:

This is a transnational and bilingual investigation of the cross-fertilisation of mystical religiosity and modern poetical imagination in the works of the Bengali poet Rabindranath Tagore and the Irish poet W. B. Yeats. The book demonstrates how their commitments to transnational mysticism deeply form and inform the modernist literary projects of these poets as well as their understanding of cultural modernity. Although its primary interest lies in their poetry and poetics, the monograph also includes some of their relevant prose works. This study begins with a close look at and around the phase of 1912-1913, when Yeats and Tagore met over the collection of the latter’s English translations of his spiritual verses, Gitanjali, and took mutual interests in each other’s works and cultural significances. The monograph then expands on both sides of that phase, selectively covering the whole career of the poets in its exploration of their parallel mystic-modern cultural-poetical projects.


Kabbalah [Pdf/ePub] eBook ISBN-10:
Author: David S. Ariel
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
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Kabbalah by David S. Ariel Book Resume:

In the wake of the renewed interest in Kabbalah comes David Ariel's Kabbalah: The Mystic Quest in Judaism, a thoroughly updated edition of his classic best selling book, The Mystic Quest. Ariel beautifully presents the complex elements of Jewish mysticism's major ideas in clear, understandable, and accessible language for Jewish and non-Jewish readers alike. Hailed as "brilliant" by Publishers Weekly, the book has a completely revised Introduction that sets a contemporary context for understanding Jewish mysticism. Concluding with how Kabbalah can be incorporated into our daily lives, Kabbalah: The Mystic Quest in Judaism, is an intellectually sophisticated yet straightforward book studded with deep insights on what Jewish mystical thought is all about.

Thomas Aquinas

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Author: A. G. Sertillanges
Publisher: Sophia Institute Press
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Thomas Aquinas by A. G. Sertillanges Book Resume:

Originally pub.: London: Burns, Oates & Washbourne, ltd., 1933.

Mystic Journal

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Author: Sangita Baruah
Publisher: Balboa Press
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Mystic Journal by Sangita Baruah Book Resume:

Mystical experiences are real, fun, and available to everyone! In these light-hearted short stories, Spiritual and Fun Seeker Sangita Baruah shares a few of her own mystical adventures over the years. Journaling pages are included for readers to explore their own awesome inner realms.

Becoming an Ordinary Mystic

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Author: Albert Haase, OFM
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
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Becoming an Ordinary Mystic by Albert Haase, OFM Book Resume:

Do you ever feel like you are walking in spiritual circles? While we might think it would be different for a Franciscan priest, Father Albert Haase shares the same struggles. Yet he also affirms that we are all called to be ordinary mystics. This book offers a daily path to help us learn to be a mystic—cultivating a life with God in which we draw close, listen, and respond moment to moment.

The Mystic Manager

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Author: John P. Cicero,John P Cicero, Ph.D., M.B.A.
Publisher: iUniverse
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The Mystic Manager by John P. Cicero,John P Cicero, Ph.D., M.B.A. Book Resume:

The Mystic Manager is a vision for the future and a counterbalance to the disturbing economic times we face - times brought about by greed and misuse of corporate power. The book is personal and a contribution placed into the collective unconscious to do what good it can. Mystic Management is a unique approach to the development of positive corporate culture. The building blocks for this culture are creativity, empowerment, generosity, kindness, integrity, and diversity. The inspiration for this culture evolves through the cosmic linking of two planets, the Planet Eyespell and the Planet Earth. The author promised himself he would never write a typical management textbook. The Mystic Manager is the fulfillment of that promise combining solid management theory with a highly developed sense of community and ethical behavior bound in a fantasy/sci-fi environment. The book fits no genre exactly. It's not fiction, but certainly not non-fiction . . . and therein lies its flavor, unique.

On Mystic Mountain

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Author: Tabatha Waybright
Publisher: TouchPoint Faith via PublishDrive
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On Mystic Mountain by Tabatha Waybright Book Resume:

A fierce battle of good versus evil. The time to pray is NOW! Kristal and Socorro Frazier’s family vacation quickly turns into a challenge to survive when the two young siblings get separated from their parents during a camping trip. They are pressed to use their skills and wits as they face the trials of being alone and afraid. Not only do they have to find food and shelter, but they quickly learn that there is something very unusual about the mountain they are lost on. They are threatened by natural disasters as well as evil creatures who seek to harm them and trap them and fill them with fear and doubt. When the siblings get separated and the evil creatures capture Socorro, they almost give up hope of ever surviving and finding their parents again. But during these extreme trials they also discover (with the help of some very unusual woodland friends), that they can overcome the evil if they fight with all their spiritual might!

Armchair Mystic

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Author: Mark E. Thibodeaux
Publisher: Franciscan Media
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Armchair Mystic by Mark E. Thibodeaux Book Resume:

This user-friendly book blends theory and practice, gently and concretely taking the reader through the first steps of contemplative prayer. Armchair Mysticbegins with the necessary details of time and place to pray, then presents the maturation of the prayer life in four stages: Talking at God, Talking to God, Listening to God, and Being with God. Step-by-step exercises throughout the book provide concrete examples of how to use the concepts discussed. Armchair Mysticwill prove invaluable to individuals and small groups who are new to contemplative prayer, or who wish to deepen their experience of it. This updated edition includes a new preface and afterword from the author.

Adventures of a Mystic Warrior

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Author: Rocco Robert D'Ordine
Publisher: MajorRock, LLC
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Adventures of a Mystic Warrior by Rocco Robert D'Ordine Book Resume:

How does a beautiful day on the golf course turn into a date with destiny? Training to be a mystic warrior is an adventure filled with quests, landscape research, spirit guides, and characters from multiple realms. You have to: trust your instincts, rely on a plethora of entertaining and extraordinary helpers, and travel beyond the physical plane to find peace within. This is how a mystic warrior learns external and internal life lessons and how to exist in multiple realities at the same time. Set in the physical landscape surrounding Boulder, Colorado, and traveling beyond into the imaginary realm, follow the journey as one mystic warrior goes from warrior-in-training to master mystic warrior and learns to be confident, courageous, and above all, kindhearted.

Mystic Images

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Author: Cynthia Lacey
Publisher: Page Publishing Inc
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One touch of an antique golf club reveals a gruesome vision to its new owner, Stella Colby. It was used in a vicious assault, possibly a murder. For Stella, mystic images are a fact of life, an inherited trait. A touch tells a story. Realizing the perpetrator has located her and the old “weapon,” Stella flees from Chicago to Willerton, Indiana, to get a fresh start. An unplanned attraction to her contractor, Nick Tanner, happens at the most inopportune time as Stella is focused on opening her new antiques store. Unexpected events weaken her resolve to keep that vision a “secret” while resisting the chemistry drawing her closer to Nick. The man who committed the crime tracks Stella to her new location, where she believes she has found safe refuge. He knows Stella is in possession of the golf club that could contain traces of telltale DNA and will do anything to retrieve it. As Nick strives to protect Stella, he gains her confidence and then her love.

Beyond the North Wind

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Author: Christopher McIntosh
Publisher: Weiser Books
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"The North" is simultaneously a location, a direction, and a mystical concept. Although this concept has ancient roots in mythology, folklore, and fairy tales, it continues to resonate today within modern culture. McIntosh leads readers, chapter by chapter, through the magical and spiritual history of the North, as well as its modern manifestations, as documented through physical records, such as runestones and megaliths, but also through mythology and lore. This mythic conception of a unique, powerful, and mysterious Northern civilization was known to the Greeks as "Hyberborea"--the "Land Beyond the North Wind"--which they considered to be the true origin place of their god, Apollo, bringer of civilization. Through the Greeks, this concept of the mythic North would spread throughout Western civilization. In addition, McIntosh discusses Russian Hyperboreanism, which he describes as among "the most influential of the new religions and quasi-religious movements that have sprung up in Russia since the fall of Communism" and which is currently almost unknown in the West.

Mystic Mists

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Author: Dr. Vaibhavi Pancholi
Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers
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Mystic Mists by Dr. Vaibhavi Pancholi Book Resume:

"MYSTIC MISTS is all about treading on a path of self-revealing journey wading through the daily struggles of life. She enticingly takes you around altruistic countryside, up the life stairs, into the night with chirping stars, acquaints you with talking solitude, soaks you in eternal spring of happiness, sets fervent rendezvous with your soul revealing hidden truths and unfolding the closed petals of the eternal flower of abundance within. It is all about realizing the love that you are and how much you can give rather than you seek. Well, it calls for – "SEARCH WITHIN YOU. THE ANSWERS ARE WITHIN."

The Mystic Millionaire - Be Aware

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Author: Anish Rakheja
Publisher: Blue Rose Publishers
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“True Happiness Awaits You... Unfold the layers and become aware of whom you truly are” Life offers unexpected twists and turns to Abhi, an ambitious IITian who is in pursuit of true happiness as he struggles with a mid-life crisis. Along with his four college friends at a similar stage in life, they all embark on a quest to find answers through a torchbearer protagonist, Shiva, aka The Mystic Millionaire. Who Am I? What is the purpose of my existence? Where lies the source of fulfillment and everlasting peace? The Mystic Millionaire takes head-on those and many other vital questions every individual must ask and introspect in life. This book is not a discourse on philosophy but a pickup by an inquisitive heart that desires answers and wants to reach the destination before running out of time, in the process becoming fully aware of the meaning of Being Human.

Mystic Cults in Magna Graecia

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Author: Giovanni Casadio,Patricia A. Johnston
Publisher: University of Texas Press
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Mystic Cults in Magna Graecia by Giovanni Casadio,Patricia A. Johnston Book Resume:

In Vergil's Aeneid, the poet implies that those who have been initiated into mystery cults enjoy a blessed situation both in life and after death. This collection of essays brings new insight to the study of mystic cults in the ancient world, particularly those that flourished in Magna Graecia (essentially the area of present-day Southern Italy and Sicily). Implementing a variety of methodologies, the contributors to Mystic Cults in Magna Graecia examine an array of features associated with such "mystery religions" that were concerned with individual salvation through initiation and hidden knowledge rather than civic cults directed toward Olympian deities usually associated with Greek religion. Contributors present contemporary theories of ancient religion, field reports from recent archaeological work, and other frameworks for exploring mystic cults in general and individual deities specifically, with observations about cultural interactions throughout. Topics include Dionysos and Orpheus, the Goddess Cults, Isis in Italy, and Roman Mithras, explored by an international array of scholars including Giulia Sfameni Gasparro ("Aspects of the Cult of Demeter in Magna Graecia") and Alberto Bernabé ("Imago Inferorum Orphica"). The resulting volume illuminates this often misunderstood range of religious phenomena.

American Mystic

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Author: Arunachala Ramana
Publisher: eBook Partnership
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American Mystic by Arunachala Ramana Book Resume:

American Mystic is dedicated to all those seeking true and lasting happiness. Ramana's story is gripping, frankly told, providing a fascinating glimpse into American culture and history beginning in the Great Depression and ending in the new millennium. His struggles, adventures and inner search, culminated on June 4, 1973 in his having a homecoming, an Awakening with a capital A. How many people can actually say that they have "e;awakened"e; or "e;found happiness?"e; Ramana did - and in these memoirs, he shares his journey and his thoughts about how this can happen for all of us. American Mystic is in the tradition of great spiritual memoirs, such as "e;Autobiography of a Yogi"e; by Paramahansa Yogananda or "e;Meetings with Remarkable Men"e; by Gurdjieff, giving us an inside and intimate view of the spiritual journey.

The Art of the Occult

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Author: S. Elizabeth
Publisher: White Lion Publishing
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The Art of the Occult by S. Elizabeth Book Resume:

A visual feast of eclectic artwork informed and inspired by spiritual beliefs, magical techniques, mythology and otherworldly experiences. Mystical beliefs and practices have existed for millennia, but why do we still chase the esoteric? From the beginning of human creativity itself, image-makers have been drawn to these unknown spheres and have created curious artworks that transcend time and place – but what is it that attracts artists to these magical realms? From theosophy and kabbalah, to the zodiac and alchemy; spiritualism and ceremonial magic, to the elements and sacred geometry – The Art of the Occult introduces major occult themes and showcases the artists who have been influenced and led by them. Discover the symbolic and mythical images of the Pre-Raphaelites; the automatic drawing of Hilma af Klint and Madge Gill; Leonora Carrington's surrealist interpretation of myth, alchemy and kabbalah; and much more. Featuring prominent, marginalised and little-known artists, The Art of the Occult crosses mystical spheres in a bid to inspire and delight. Divided into thematic chapters (The Cosmos, Higher Beings, Practitioners), the book acts as an entertaining introduction to the art of mysticism – with essays examining each practice and over 175 artworks to discover. The art of the occult has always existed in the margins but inspired the masses, and this book will spark curiosity in all fans of magic, mysticism and the mysterious.


Publisher: Clever Fox Publishing
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Prose poetry is poetry written in prose form instead of verse form, while preserving poetic qualities such as heightened imagery, parataxis and emotional effects. The present book “Musings of a Mystic” by Jyotirmaya Thakur is a fine example of this dictionary definition. Her present collection of poetic nuggets is drawn from the nature which has become a part and parcel of her temperament. It appears that she has captured the many moods of nature by sitting on the easy chair adjacent to a window of her favourite room. Here it is pertinent to note that the language of the prose poems is flowery but full of messages. Her style of describing even petty and not-so-important things is amazing. For example, in her prose poem A Gentle Leaf, she aptly says that “This discoloured leaf intricate by design is mine. It naturally drives aging by divine grace. Swirling away from its branch by the breeze currents like rolling waves.” Beautiful imagery has added lusture to the poem.

Simone Weil

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Author: Maria Clara Bingemer
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
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Simone Weil by Maria Clara Bingemer Book Resume:

The present book reflects on the life, work, and legacy of an exceptional and enigmatic woman: the philosopher and French Jewish mystic Simone Weil. It constitutes a testimony so unique that it is impossible to ignore. In a Europe where authoritarian regimes were dominant and heading, in a sinister manner, toward World War II, this woman of fragile health but indomitable spirit denounced the contradictions of the capitalist system, the brutality of Nazism, and the paradox of bourgeois thought. At the same time, her spiritual journey was one of zeal and sorrow--that of a true mystic--but her radical intransigence and passion for freedom kept her from actually approaching the institutional church. Curious and insatiable, she wanted to experience, in the flesh, the suffering of society's least fortunate and the truths of other religions. The reader will need to develop a discerning empathy for Simone Weil's sensibility, beyond her particular passion and zeal, in order to appreciate her in depth. But undeniable are this truly singular woman's authenticity, her capacity to suffer, her identification with the other, her inner passion, her almost magical perception of the depths of the human spirit. And that is why her story merits being told as one of the great witnesses of our age.

Was C.G. Jung a Mystic?

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Author: Aniela Jaffé
Publisher: Daimon
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Was C.G. Jung a Mystic? by Aniela Jaffé Book Resume:

C.G. Jung, the father of analytical psychology, explored the realms of thought and intuition. He devoted many years to an in-depth study of alchemy and closely observed the range of the occult; he was interested in anthropology and in nuclear physics. He liked to consider himself a scientist. But was Jung a "mystic"? Aniela Jaffé, his editor, collaborator and confidante, addressed this question and others in her last book of essays.