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Research Paper | English Language and Literature | India | Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020
Mysticism in Poetry as Signs of Higher Cosmic Consciousness - A Systematic Review
Nencepreet Kaur | Dr Manju 
Abstract: Mysticism has been an enigma alluring the people from inception. Humans have been wanting to quench their spiritual thirst to be able to reach the inner most recesses of the unknown within them, to be able to get a glimpse of what it is to be really awakened from within. With an everlasting quest of what an enlightenment of the consciousness is. The purpose of this systematic review is to be able to study methodically, by the means of Meta analysis, the governing factors of what mysticism really is and how it finds manifestations in poetry across varied areas. It also intends to study how the poetic utterances can be classified in the realm of mysticism and essentially bring about a greater understanding of how the mystic world is heralded and put forth in words of beauty by these poets. This study not only tries to understand the various works and depiction of a mystic revelation by the seer poets, it tries to bind the works in the paradigms of science as well which could dispel disbelief surrounding mysticism.
Keywords: Cosmic Consciousness, Mysticism, Mysticism in Poetry, Spirituality
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020,
Pages: 450 - 455
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