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On the other hand in mysticism proximity between knowledge and action can be seen.
The word mysticism has its roots in the Greek language in which its meaning is 'to conceal'.
In order to understand the term mystical experience we can divide it into two types which may be called 'the mysticism of love and union' and 'the mysticism of knowledge and understanding'.
The main thesis of mysticism is that man has equal share in the divine life and in Iqbal's words God becomes a co-worker with him.
This new mysticism found expression in texts that frequently contain candid accounts of deep mystical friendships between a God-enlightened female and her clerical director, of "embodied" (a merging of corporeal, spiritual, and intellectual visions) descriptions of both visionary and non-visionary experiences, of prolonged and sometimes violent ecstasies, and of excessive ascetical practices, of a passionate--and often highly erotic--love of God and Christ.
Jan van Ruusbroec's trinitarian mysticism centers on the systole of the three Persons contracting as the one God, whose diastole, in turn, flows out as the three Persons.
describes Alijt Bake's radical Passion-and-Christ mysticism as second only to that of Francis of Assisi.
In this regard, we decided to do research in recognizing the intellectual thoughts of Osho New-emerging school by help of researchers' works in mysticism especially critics of new-emerging mysticism.
Today's human is confused in physical world and seek the way for escaping from it is mysticism (recognizing world, human and God); incorrect recognition and western culture propaganda put unfruitful paths in front of us.
Distinction between Islamic Mysticism and Osho Mysticism: