By Teresa of Avila, Otilio Rodriguez (Translator), Kieran Kavanaugh (Translator)
Includes manner of Perfection, inside citadel, and Meditations at the track of Songs.
Includes basic and biblical index.
This quantity comprises of Teresa's most well-liked works: the way in which of Perfection and the inner Castle.
presently after writing The booklet of Her existence for her confessor, St. Teresa wrote the way in which of Perfection on the request of her nuns who have been desirous to know about prayer and contemplation. all through this paintings she teaches her nuns approximately prayer and likewise teaches us.
towards the tip of her lifestyles, after she had skilled either the religious betrothal and non secular marriage, Teresa wrote the inner citadel, her personal panoramic view of her dating with God, from the bottom phases to the top. Teresa right here demonstrates her superb present for writing approximately that dating and attracting us to discover the potential for pursuing it.
in addition to those classics, quantity additionally comprises one among Teresa's minor works, her Meditations at the track of Songs. contains basic and biblical index.
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65] There is that lack of self-esteem which has nothing to do with humility and is discernible through the agitation it causes. "Humility does not disturb or disquiet," Teresa writes, "however great it may be; it comes with peace, delight, and calm ... " In humility one is touched with the conviction that every good thing comes from God. If she felt great detachment from all things one day, Teresa knew through experience that on another such detachment could be taken from her; and she therefore concludes: "Now since this is true, who will be able to say of himself that he is virtuous or rich?
9. , ch. 1, no. 2. , ch. 3, no. 1. , ch. 1, no. 2.  Ibid. For further details about Teresa and the Church, see Tomás de la Cruz, "Santa Teresa De Avila Hija De La Iglesia," Ephemerides Carmeliticae 17 (1966): 305-367.  For further information about these times, see my introduction to the Life in the Collected Works of St. Teresa, vol. 1, pp. 21-41.  Francisco de Osuna, Norte de Estados (Seville, 1531), as quoted by D. De Pablo Maroto in Dinámica de la Oracion (Madrid: Espiritualidad, 1973), p.
19] Life, ch. 25, no. 12. , ch. 25, no. 13.  Spiritual Testimonies, 3, no. 13.  Cf. Way of Perfection, ch. 21, no. 10; ch. 30, no. 4. , ch. 3, no. 9. , ch. 1, no. 2. , ch. 3, no. 1. , ch. 1, no. 2.  Ibid. For further details about Teresa and the Church, see Tomás de la Cruz, "Santa Teresa De Avila Hija De La Iglesia," Ephemerides Carmeliticae 17 (1966): 305-367.  For further information about these times, see my introduction to the Life in the Collected Works of St. Teresa, vol.
Collected Works of St. Teresa of Avila by Teresa of Avila, Otilio Rodriguez (Translator), Kieran Kavanaugh (Translator)