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- Of or pertaining to theosophy or theosophists.
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- adjective of or relating to theosophy
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These three types of answers are found in three distinct streams of Kabbalah: what scholars call theosophical Kabbalah, prophetic/ecstatic Kabbalah, and practical/magical Kabbalah.
Certain forms of this belief, called theosophical, are held by many at the present day; it is supposed that men are capable of transcending the ordinary limitations of humanity.
The best-known and most important of the streams of Kabbalah is called, by scholars, "theosophical" Kabbalah.
Her new “religion of humanity,” a kind of theosophical socialism, is too fantastically garbed to charm the sober spirits of our age.
Gnosis, on the other hand, is present in almost every kind of theosophical movement, and ideas related to it seem to flourish in esoteric or “underground” groups today.
Her new "religion of humanity," a kind of theosophical socialism, is too fantastically garbed to charm the sober spirits of our age.
(The word "theosophical" was used by a group of 19th and 20th century mystics, including W.B. Yeats, to describe their quest.
a kind of theosophical socialism, is too fantastically garbed to charm the sober spirits of our age.
If we notice simply the theosophical, or alchemical or quasi-spiritual components of Schelling and Schubert's speculation, we may be led to think of Romantic theories of the psyche simply as stalled acts of secularisation, which still look for a spiritualised or idealised metaphysics of the person under the rubric of the psyche.
More than theosophical Kabbalah, prophetic Kabbalah closely resembles the mystical practices of other religious traditions, with meditation practices and other means of cleansing the doors of perception so that they can accept the Infinite.