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In the twentieth century has no philosopher tried as much as Heidegger to go beyond philosophical concepts and reflections. From the period known as the "Kehre", Heidegger's thought has entered into a field of intellectual experience and a borderline realm that goes beyond purely rational thought and does not follow its rules. Many commentators have interpreted this way of thinking as similar to the way of Mystik thinking and doubt its ability to answer philosophical questions. By Mystik they mean a kind of thinking that shrugs off the burden of rationality and reason has no access to it. In this article, however, Mystik, that means "philosophical mysticism", is a school of thinking in Christianity that is tied to the name of Meister Eckhart. It covers a wide range of subjects, not all of which necessarily agree with philosophy. In examining the relation of Heidegger's thought to "philosophical mysticism", a report is first given of his own position on this concept. In the next step, in order to find out how close Heidegger's thought is to "philosophical mysticism", we show, in comparing the differences and common aspects of the meanings of both Eckhart's and Heidegger's concept of "releasement (Gelassenheit)".