Evelyn Underhill
(1875-1941)
Mystic and Contemplative

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We are now to turn from general principles and study those principles in action: to describe the psychological process, or "Mystic Way," by which that peculiar type of personality which is able to set up direct relations with the Absolute is usually developed. The difficulty of this description will lie in the fact that all mystics differ one from another; as all the individual objects of our perception, "living" and "not living," do.—Evelyn Underhill, Mysticism: A Study in Nature and Development of Spiritual Consciousness

The Order of the Golden Dawn

 



 

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