"Where Agnostics Stand on Mysticism"
How mystics differ from agnostics.
A mystic is someone who believes there is a dimension to our existence beyond the realm of human understanding. Although most religious groups would fall into this category, it may also include some which are more secular by nature. As with all matters of the supernatural, agnostics tend to question the rationality of such beliefs. This is because the laws of natural science and empirical realities are just not compatible with that which is speculative or unprovable. This category deals with the concepts of mysticism as viewed from an agnostic perspective.
Between the Rational and Mystical - (Article) (Ed
Halliwell) "We neither need an external, creator God, nor to close
ourselves off from the spectacular majesty of existence." (theguardian.com)
Einstein on God, Religion, Mysticism, and Spirituality - (Article) (Stephen Jay Gould) "This page contains many of Einstein's personal thoughts on God, religion, mysticism, and spirituality." (stephenjaygould.org)
Enchanted Agnosticism - Essay) (Kirk J. Schneider Ph.D.) "How awe can respiritualize the skeptics." (psychologytoday.com)
Mystical Journey - (Essay) (Tejas Shah) "A Mystical Journey: from being a Polytheist to Atheist to Agnostic." (healingstudio.in)
Signs You May Be a Mystic - (Essay) (Cara Hebert) "Mysticism holds a very loose definition, which can often be complicated, confusing, and nearly impossible to express with mere words." (gaia.com)