Natural Mysticism

Moore, Thomas
November 2011
Spirituality & Health;Nov/Dec2011, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p12
The article presents the author's views regarding the significance of natural mysticism in enhancing spiritual experience. The author states the role of mystics in improving one's spirituality as well as in promoting the natural world's sacredness. The author denotes his goal to become one of the mystics and to learn more about holy life. The author also notes the benefits of mysticism to one's faith and life.


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