2 edition of The interior castle found in the catalog.
The interior castle
Teresa of Avila
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||St. Teresa of Avila ; translated by Kieran Kavanaugh and Otilio Rodriguez.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Contributions||Kavanaugh, Kieran, 1928-, Rodríguez, Otilio., Lisi, Carol, 1939-|
|LC Classifications||BX2179.T4 M613 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010001632|
El Castillo Interior or Las Moradas (trans.:The Interior Castle or The Mansions) was written by Saint Teresa of Ávila in After being ordered to write her autobiographical La Vida de la Santa Madre Teresa de Jesús (The Life of S. Teresa of Jesus), Teresa was hesitant to begin writing again on her views of the perfection found in internal prayer. The Interior Castle is considered St. Teresa of Avila’s masterpiece. She wrote this last work in just a few months in , five years before her death. At this point in her life she had been granted the highest mystical graces; this book is the fruit of her lived experience and.
Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats Summary: Mirabai Starr's new translation places "The Interior Castle" in its contemporary context, reasserting its spiritual and literary importance almost years after it was first published and also using language that the non-religous reader can understand. The Interior Castle, also titled The Mansions, is a classic work of Christian mysticism by St. Teresa of Ávila. Published in , the text serves as a practical guide for those who wish to achieve mystical union with the divine. Teresa viewed the soul as a “castle made of a single diamond”, which contains seven mansions or dwelling places. The Interior Castleby St. Teresa of AvilaTHE LITERARY WORK A religious allegory exploring techniques of mystical prayer; published in Spanish in (as Las Moradas del Castillo Interior), in English in SYNOPSIS Source for information on The Interior Castle: World Literature and Its Times: Profiles of Notable Literary Works and the Historic Events That .
The interior castle. [Teresa, of Avila Saint] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Book: All Authors / Contributors: Teresa, of Avila Saint. Find more information about: ISBN: Title: The interior castle Author: Teresa Created Date: 1/5/ PMFile Size: 6MB. The Interior Castle - eBook () by Teresa of Avila. “A gem of mystical literature made accessible and relevant to the modern spiritual seeker.” –Sharon Salzberg, bestselling author of Faith “Mirabai Starr is revolutionizing our relationship with the great mystics.3/5(2).
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SyntaxTextGen not activatedInterior Pdf is a spiritual journey through pdf seven mansions of St. Teresa of Ávila’s Interior Castle with James Finley and Mirabai Starr as guides.
Along the way, practices of prayer, reflection, humility, and self-knowledge turn spiritual insights into experiential and embodied wisdom. The rich, multi-media online course is based on.The Download pdf Castle Read by Lucy Scott unabridged. In The Interior Castle, Carmelite nun, mystic and patron saint of Spain Teresa of Ávila uses the metaphor of a giant crystal castle to explain her theory of the soul and the various stages it passes through as it progresses towards God.
Beginning in the outer rooms, where demons are fought and. It contained the basis for what she felt should ebook the ideal journey of faith, comparing the contemplative soul to a castle with seven successive interior courts, or chambers, analogous to the.