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The emergence of Sufism and theosophy, and the arrival of mystical experiences and mystical education to the realm of language leads to the promotion of a specific language called mystical language. This language is divided into two types of language of explication and the language of implication. A mystic through his evolution achieves the thoughts, truths and experiences that their expression in the form of words, because of the nature of these kinds of knowledge, is not simply possible. But mystics utilizing the whole language capacities have transferred their own mystical perceptions with others in the limited shape of word and speech. Ein-al-Qozat Hamedani, the great mystic of the sixth century, as one of the leaders of the Islamic theosophy expresses his new interpretations and mystical enthusiasm through the precious works in this field. In this study we have attempted to analyse the points of view of this great mystic on language and discourse and then linguistically examine his works. The findings of the analysis show that Qazi Hamedani has benefited all the language capacities-the language of explication and implication and ideas to express his mystical experiences.