In a chapter heading to Tom Cheethams The World Inside Out: Henry Corbin & Islamic Myticism the following is quoted:
He who believes a lot
Experiences a lot
-- Peasant woman from the Gospel of Mark
I'm not overly familiar with the this Gospel but it sounds rather too colloquial to be Biblical language. Is it actually a reference and who is this peasant woman? If not, how do I make sense of this?
(Its pointed out in a footnote that this was quote was taken from Hans Peter Deurer Dreamtime: concerning the boundary between wilderness and civilisation).