Is there a distinct difference between metaphysics and spirituality?

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On the off chance that I comprehend your inquiry, my thoughts on this would be that mysticism is a branch of theory that addresses ontological, cosmological and epistemological inquiries. All things considered, it depends on perception, thinking, theory and combination more than the felt or intuited encounters of people or aggregates (however these aren't inexorably barred). Most profound sense of being, then again, tends to ground itself only in felt or instinctive encounters of people and assemblages, however it obviously manages a significant number of the same inquiries. To toss a genuine wrench into this separation, on the other hand, a watchful take a gander at something like "scholarly instinct" (Fichte, Hegel), which is a critical segment of some visionary rationality, starts to lead us toward what appears to be all that much like "gnosis" (i.e. profoundly inferred information). Furthermore, when we touch base at somebody like Jung, the waters have become extremely sloppy without a doubt. What has offered me some assistance with working through inquiries like this in the past is a suggestion that individuals contain a few unique focuses of insight: passionate knowledge, sound insight, social knowledge, profound insight and physical insight among them. These can add to our apperceptions and how we address philosophical, powerful and otherworldly inquiries. They ought to additionally, IMO, be incorporated (to whatever degree conceivable) with our exact measurements and our investigative speculations and conclusions.

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