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1 0, 9 | would be more accurate to say, providentially) she fell 2 0, 14 | the Mansions, as we might say, rather than in their construction. 3 0, 14 | is difficult, indeed, to say how far experiential mysticism 4 0, 22 | first enters: that is to say, it is no longer by its 5 0, 34 | s secretary: that is to say, when the three had come 6 0, 38 | never stop, or so much as say that we were disturbing 7 0, 47 | really think I have little to say that I have not already 8 0, 47 | If the Lord wishes me to say anything new, His Majesty 9 0, 47 | and if no one finds what I say of any profit. ~ 10 0, 48 | myself as regards all that I say to the judgment of those 11 0, 48 | great learning. If I should say anything that is not in 12 0, 49 | for me, anything I might say would be particularly useful 13 0, 49 | successful in anything that I may say, they will of course understand 14 1, 1 | I could find nothing to say and had no idea how to begin 15 1, 2 | who he was, and could not say, and had no idea who his 16 1, 2 | the castle -- that is to say, in these bodies of ours. ~ 17 1, 7 | and meditation: I do not say mental prayer rather than 18 1, 8 | Let us say no more, then, of these 19 1, 9 | the Lord to enable me to say something about them; for 20 2, 5 | once heard a spiritual man say that he was not so much 21 2, 7 | will be sure to have to say many superfluous and even 22 2, 7 | irrelevant things in order to say a single one that is to 23 2, 7 | with no idea of what to say or of how to begin. I fully 24 2, 7 | ourselves have to do and say very little about the work 25 2, 8 | self-knowledge. For although, as I say, it is through the abundant 26 2, 10 | extremes are not good," they say, "even in virtue; and I 27 2, 11 | reason, daughters, that I say we must set our eyes upon 28 2, 18 | fault was a grave one: to say nothing through fear that 29 1, 1 | they do there. I want to say very little to you about 30 1, 2 | into the castle still. I say they have a harder time 31 1, 3 | immediately, and thus, as I say, it suffers more than if 32 1, 9 | will of God. As I shall say later, you may be quite 33 1, 11 | periods at a time. So I will say no more about this now, 34 1, 1 | Mansions, what shall we say but "Blessed is the man 35 1, 1 | is no small blessing. I say "security", but that is 36 1, 3 | to be fulfilled: I cannot say this without tears and great 37 1, 4 | a broken wing and I can say nothing of any value. So 38 1, 5 | Jesus! How could anyone ever say that he has no desire for 39 1, 5 | one could do so. We all say we desire it; but if the 40 2, 1 | I think I might even say a great many -- and who, 41 2, 11 | as I shall then have to say something about the consolations 42 1, 1 | understand what I shall say about the Mansions still 43 1, 4 | process (and in everything I say you must understand this, 44 1, 6 | remembered a verse which we say at the end of the last psalm 45 1, 12 | but I do know that what I say is true. I suffer when my 46 2, 1 | even be that everything I say is confused; that, at least, 47 2, 1 | symptoms. About this I can say nothing, for I have not 48 2, 1 | comfort in it, for, as I say, it all leads to a desire 49 2, 3 | spiritual sweetness which, as I say, is produced by meditation. 50 2, 4 | within ourselves -- I cannot say where it arises or how. 51 2, 5 | we cannot fathom. When I say "amounts to nothing at all" 52 2, 6 | it experiences, we might say, is as if in those interior 53 2, 10 | humility and detachment (I say "true" because it must not 54 3, 1 | explain. First of all, I will say something (though not much, 55 3, 3 | about God at all. I cannot say where they entered it or 56 3, 4 | lead me to accept what they say. One person told me of a 57 3, 4 | that he says exactly what I say, although not in the same 58 1, 1 | would be better if I were to say nothing of the Mansions 59 1, 2 | farther than others; but, as I say, the majority manage to 60 1, 2 | are chosen.109 So I must say here that, though all of 61 1, 3 | last, in which we dream; I say "dream", because the soul 62 1, 3 | can move; as we commonly say of a person who has fallen 63 1, 9 | But now you will say to me: How did the soul 64 1, 9 | that certainty, I should say that what he has experienced 65 1, 10 | of wine."125 It does not say that she went. It also says 66 2, 1 | union, I do not think I can say any thing further; but when 67 2, 1 | it. Some of these I shall say now, and I shall describe 68 2, 6 | we ourselves spin. When I say He will be our Mansion, 69 2, 8 | have come to it, I meant to say, for it knows quite well 70 2, 10 | is much more that I could say: anyone to whom God has 71 2, 10 | continual rest and joy, I should say that he had not reached 72 3, 1 | and then dies for ever. I say it leaves seed because for 73 3, 3 | many of us there are who say we do this and think we 74 3, 10 | put them into practice. I say the same of humility and 75 4, 1 | confused and I may possibly say a few things twice over. 76 4, 2 | allow. Afterwards we will say more about this little butterfly, 77 4, 2 | explain what I am trying to say than the Sacrament of Matrimony. 78 4, 3 | better, and that, as we may say, they shall meet together,147 79 4, 3 | to join hands (as people say) with Him; and the soul 80 4, 4 | been made -- that is to say, in the Mansion which we 81 4, 4 | no more than (as we might say) one single short meeting,149 82 4, 6 | companionship, as we might say, of angels, since, by the 83 1, 3 | abandon her and it is they who say the worst things of all 84 1, 3 | illustrating what they say by stories of some who ruined 85 1, 4 | there is so much I could say about that that I will not 86 1, 4 | believe the good things they say by comparison with the many 87 1, 7 | poor physical health, to say nothing of other great trials. 88 1, 14 | that she will be able to say what is the matter with 89 1, 14 | best medicine -- I do not say for removing the trouble, 90 2, 2 | delectably wounded, but cannot say how or by whom; but it is 91 2, 3 | seems a contradiction to say that the Beloved is making 92 2, 4 | can it wish for? I cannot say; I know that this distress 93 2, 8 | something of that kind (I do not say it is a fragrance; I merely 94 3, 1(159) | imprints what He is about to say in the depth of the spirit: 95 3, 2 | in my view, even if they say they see or hear or are 96 3, 6 | Thy messengers (for they say that, in this Mansion, at 97 3, 7 | does. None the less, as I say, the soul is distressed 98 3, 7 | their veracity. But, as I say, all these imaginings must 99 3, 17 | of understanding I shall say more elsewhere; it is a 100 3, 17 | whatever the locutions may say. ~ 101 4, 4 | understand this secret? I cannot say, nor perhaps can any creature, 102 4, 6 | helpful. "But," you will say to me, "if the soul is not 103 4, 6 | forgotten. "But," you will say next, "if the soul retains 104 4, 8 | never seen them, nor could I say what the things were made 105 4, 16 | this way heard Our Lord say: "Be not afflicted, for 106 5, 8 | this is happening I cannot say; I would not myself swear 107 5, 12 | give courage too. You will say that this fear of the soul' 108 5, 12 | is well rewarded; so too say I. May He Who can give so 109 6, 2 | not hurt by what people say about her except when her 110 7, 1 | know what I am about to say) will by now be so sure 111 7, 11 | understanding. You will say, perhaps, that you do not 112 7, 11 | Christ's arrest, let us say -- and go over this mystery 113 7, 12 | not be right, however, to say that he cannot dwell upon 114 7, 15 | an argument. He did not say this to His most sacred 115 8, 4 | be sure that everything I say about it is true. This favour 116 8, 8 | though no learned man would say such a thing if you have 117 9, 4 | of exterior sight, I can say nothing about it, for the 118 9, 5 | I say "terrible", because, though 119 9, 12 | very learned man used to say that the devil is a skilful 120 10, 2 | sacred Humanity; although I say that the soul "sees" Him, 121 10, 3 | This palace, then, as I say, is God Himself. Now can 122 10, 6 | should like to be able to say more about this matter, 123 10, 7 | it is absolutely true to say that we have no good thing 124 10, 8 | of His greatness. I need say no more; I have said these 125 11, 2 | a blow, or, as one might say, wounds it with an arrow 126 11, 3 | as I go on, that all I say falls short of the truth, 127 11, 8 | hours at most, I should say); for, if the pain lasted 128 11, 12(210)| that I shall drink?' They say to Him: 'We can."' ~ 129 1, 1 | possibly be any more to say. It would be a great mistake 130 1, 7 | learned person, she cannot say how this is, she feels within 131 1, 10 | Sometimes she would say that it was doing nothing 132 2, 3 | by which to enter it. I say there is no need of a door 133 2, 3 | consolation. It is impossible to say more than that, as far as 134 2, 4 | centre with its God. We might say that union is as if the 135 2, 5 | This, I think, the soul may say here, for it is here that 136 2, 6 | very forcibly. One can only say that this feeling is produced 137 2, 7 | for His Majesty went on to say: "Not for them alone do 138 2, 8 | the soul itself (for they say that the empyrean heaven, 139 2, 8 | treat of this matter and say that the soul seems to be 140 2, 9 | temptation of disbelieving what I say, for it is difficult to 141 3, 2 | forgetfulness that, as I say, she seems no longer to 142 3, 9 | easy for you to do what I say and make an act of love 143 3, 12 | accompanied, that is to say, by the suspension of the 144 3, 12(241)| parenthesis: "that is, as I say here, with respect to these 145 3, 14 | must always live in fear. I say "true" peace, not because 146 4, 2 | its resolve. This, as I say, happens rarely, but Our 147 4, 14 | The other thing you may say is that you are unable to 148 4, 15 | converting anyone," you will say, "for all our sisters are 149 4, 16 | reigneth for ever, Amen. As I say this to you I am full of


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