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Entering the castle : an inner path to God and your soul

Author: Caroline M Myss
Publisher: New York : Free Press, 2007.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Draws on the mystical writings of St. Teresa of Avila to explore how to maintain a connection with the divine, in a guide that compares the human soul to a crystal castle with rooms representing various stages of spiritual development.
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Named Person: Teresa, of Avila Saint
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Caroline M Myss
ISBN: 0743255321 9780743255325
OCLC Number: 76871520
Description: xxiii, 371 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Foreword / Ken Wilber --
Far too personal preface --
Introduction: the Call --
Preparing for the journey: Mystics without monasteries; Approaching the castle, readying the soul; Crossing the drawbridge, the key to the castle --
Soul's journey: First mansion, the power of prayer, humility, chaos, and divine seduction; Second mansion, God in the details, inner vision and soul companions; Third mansion, surrender, the defeat of reason, the presence of God; Fourth mansion, the mystical heart; Fifth mansion, dissolving into holiness, from silkworm to butterfly; Sixth mansion, essential wisdoms and the final fire; Seventh mansion, divine marriage, healing, and reentering the world.
Responsibility: Caroline Myss ; foreword by Ken Wilber.
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""Entering the Castle" is...based on St. Teresa's seven interior mansions, which are explained and elaborated here...so beautifully, clearly, compassionately, lightheartedly, wondrously...[as] seven Read more...

 
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