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  • noun The characterstic of being mystical; mysticism.

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Examples

  • Obligatory KOL update: Have now made it to level 22 of the basement, where I'm caught on a mysticality test.

    Friday: Messner-Loebs charity auction and other stuff

  • Today's KoL update: I'm currently at level 11, and am basically just working to level up and boost stats, as I need to boost mysticality enough to be able to use the final of the six keys.

    Thursday stuff

  • So it is through and by these two great changes in your attitude towards things -- first, the change of attention, which enables you to perceive a truer universe; next, the deliberate rearrangement of your ideas, energies, and desires in harmony with that which you have seen -- that a progressive uniformity of life and experience is secured to you, and you are defended against the dangers of an indolent and useless mysticality.

    Practical Mysticism

  • To elude nature, to refuse her friendship, and attempt to leap the river of life in the hope of finding God on the other side, is the common error of a perverted mysticality.

    Practical Mysticism

  • To elude nature, to refuse her friendship, and attempt to leap the river of life in the hope of finding God on the other side, is the common error of a perverted mysticality.

    Practical Mysticism A Little Book for Normal People

  • So it is through and by these two great changes in your attitude towards things -- first, the change of attention, which enables you to perceive a truer universe; next, the deliberate rearrangement of your ideas, energies, and desires in harmony with that which you have seen -- that a progressive uniformity of life and experience is secured to you, and you are defended against the dangers of an indolent and useless mysticality.

    Practical Mysticism A Little Book for Normal People

  • The German Romantic painter draws a brooding mysticality from the glow of snow and the darkness of upward-soaring pines as a cripple casts away his crutches to pray before a tiny wayside crucifix.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

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