Many people confuse metaphysics with mysticism as they attend to the same things. Hence it is useful to disentangle their meanings.
First, the term 'metaphysics' was introduced by an editor of Aristotle bevause it was to be studied after his Physics. Aristotle himself calls it *First Philosophy. it's thinking on the nature of things in their own nature - I mean not reflecting on their use or utility. It's thinking say, not of clocks but the cayegory of time; not of the location of the eartg or syar but what do we mean by location.
Another way of thinking about this is the distinction in mathematics of pure and applied mathematics, and in physics basic or fundamental physics and applied physics.
The same goes for philosophy.
This sense of First isn't restricted to Aristotle, Descartes used on in naming his famous book: Meditations on First Philosophy.
Now one of the first things tgat Aristotle considered is ehat got the universe staryed, he called this the First Mover. Christian and Islamic theology identified this with God/Allah. Hence the signification that it has for the layman - it is about divine things.
The Metaphysics of the divine is the discipline that treats divine things as a matter for the intellect.
However, for ordinary things we can appreciate them both intellectually amd intuitively. I can describe a cup but I can also see one. Mystics hold we can also 'see' God/Allah. In Islamic theology this is mainly held by Sufis and they pount to the Qu'ranic ayat that says:
Allah is closer to you than your jugular vein
This position is the intuitive companion to the intellectual one.