Practical Mysticism

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Practical Mysticism
by Evelyn Underhill

"If the doors of perception were cleansed,
everything would appear to man as it is, infinite.
For man has closed himself up,
till he sees all things through the narrow chinks of his cavern."
-WILLIAM BLAKE

TO THE UNSEEN FUTURE


CONTENTS

  • Preface
  • I. What is Mysticism
  • II. The World of Reality
  • III. The Preparation of the Mystic
  • IV. Meditation and Recollection
  • V. Self-Adjustment
  • VI. Love and Will
  • VII. The First Form of Contemplation
  • VIII. The Second Form of Contemplation
  • XI. The Third Form of Contemplation
  • X. The Mystical Life


NEW YORK
E.P. DUTTON & COMPANY
681 FIFTH AVENUE


Copyright 1915 by
E.P. Dutton & Company

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