He desired that the Kabbala be taught only in secret (esoterically), and be not expounded in public.
esoterically, she is the daughter of the exalted God, and she is the soul.
M. Bourgeat hazards the suggestion that esoterically it is the symbol of evolution—of which it carries none of the signs.
esoterically understood, his novel teaches a doctrine of mysticism, intuitionalism, and materialism combined.
1650s, from Greek esoterikos "belonging to an inner circle," from esotero "more within," comparative adverb of eso "within," related to eis "into," en "in" (see en- (2)).
In English, originally of Pythagorean doctrines. According to Lucian, the division of teachings into exoteric and esoteric originated with Aristotle.