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unite

an English gold coin minted in the Stuart period, originally worth 20 shillings
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Catherine herself compares the mixed experience of the soul in the unitive way to Christ's experience on the cross, saying that on the cross he experienced the vision of God in the highest part of his intellect although experiencing pain in his body and passions and soul.
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Whitman in the years before the Civil War believed in the power of his poetry to alter his readers' consciousnesses and to enact unitive powers in alignment with his democratic instincts.
The present crises facing India and humanity are a prelude and preparation for the emergence of an integral vision of life and reality based on a unitive divine consciousness.
At some point in their spiritual journey, the reader moves into what these same spiritual masters call the illuminative and unitive ways.
This definition differs from standard descriptions of the mystical trance, such as Gellman's (2011): "[a] (purportedly) super sense-perceptual or sub sense-perceptual unitive experience granting acquaintance of realities ...
(11) Sigmund Freud, Otto Rank, and Carl Jung all express what Daniel Merkur refers to as the psyche's unitive trends.
traces spiritual growth in grace by exploring the image of Christ as bridge, a metaphor Catherine of Siena had used for the three traditional stages of prayer: purgative, illuminative, and unitive.
In his encyclical Familiaris consortio, Pope John Paul II reminded us that: "When, instead, by means of recourse to periods of infertility, the couple respect the inseparable connection between the unitive and procreative meanings of human sexuality, they are acting as 'ministers' of God's plan and they 'benefit from' their sexuality according to the original dynamism of 'total' self-giving, without manipulation or alteration."
In the section dealing with homosexuality, the committee concluded, based on its review of biblical texts and their broader biblical perspective, that "committed heterosexual union is so connected with creation in both its unitive and procreative dimensions that we must consider this as central to God's intention for human sexuality."
This is evident in the acknowledgment that sexual intimacy can have a solely unitive purpose.