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1 0, 10 | she knew a great deal from experience. On the eve of the festival 2 0, 26 | based largely on her own experience; and, though this has been 3 0, 27 | she considered mystical experience to be within the reach of 4 1, 4 | she will never learn it by experience. For God's will is that 5 1, 9 | unless you have had personal experience; and anyone with such experience, 6 1, 9 | experience; and anyone with such experience, as you will see, cannot 7 2, 11 | I am not surprised if we experience these fears and others which 8 2, 12 | information out of my own experience. I must tell you, for example, 9 1, 11 | you to consult people of experience; for otherwise you will 10 2, 11 | thanks. Should they fail to experience it, they will feel an inward 11 2, 12 | knew nothing of them by experience, and indeed never expected 12 1, 2 | obscure to those devoid of experience. But any experienced person 13 1, 2 | well, especially if his experience has been considerable. It 14 1, 5 | their source in God, but we experience them in a natural way and 15 1, 6 | To anyone who has much experience, this will suffice to explain 16 1, 6 | could understand my own experience of it. Knowledge and learning 17 1, 7 | My own experience of this state -- I mean 18 1, 7 | one to God. And this is an experience to be greatly prized, provided 19 1, 9 | I came to understand by experience that thought (or, to put 20 2, 8 | that the genuineness of the experience must be tested and there 21 3, 5 | did nothing more it would experience much greater aridity and 22 3, 11 | have poor health. When they experience any spiritual consolation, 23 3, 13 | moved with great joy. The experience does not last long, but 24 3, 13 | advised, then, and, if you experience anything of this kind, tell 25 1, 4 | it has had a good deal of experience of it. It wonders if the 26 1, 5 | you will have learned by experience. I said once117 that it 27 1, 7 | this I have the fullest experience; and I have also experience 28 1, 7 | experience; and I have also experience of timid, half-learned men 29 1, 9(123) | St. Teresa refers to this experience of hers in Life, Chap. XVIII ( 30 2, 8 | progress still more, it will experience great things. ~ 31 2, 9 | saints endured, knowing by experience how the Lord helps and transforms 32 4, 4 | as that, and he knows by experience that if he attempts anything 33 4, 5 | multitude. The devil has much experience in this matter. If we consider 34 1, 4 | The first of these is that experience shows it clearly how people 35 1, 5 | daunted by censure, for experience has shown how great are 36 1, 12 | understand this, for the soul's experience of enduring it, and of having 37 2 | be feared, although the experience is most sublime and the 38 2, 2 | that this is a precious experience and it would be glad if 39 2, 4 | enough to burn it up, and the experience is very delectable, the 40 2, 4 | Although occasionally the experience lasts for a certain length 41 2, 5 | absorption of the joy which we experience. Here all the senses and 42 3, 4 | people given to prayer who experience them, and I would not have 43 3, 10 | But anyone who has much experience of locutions coming from 44 3, 17 | especially one person with experience of these things, and no 45 3, 19 | some help to any who have experience of these locutions. ~ 46 4, 2 | poor constitutions that one experience of the Prayer of Quiet kills 47 4, 8 | to me now how useful an experience it was for my present purpose. 48 4, 17 | feigned" because those who experience them wish to deceive, but 49 4, 17(174)| feigned', because those who experience them do not wish to deceive, 50 5, 6 | comforted and enriched by this experience that she cannot forget it, 51 5, 8 | knowledge. Anyone who has experience of this, and possesses more 52 5, 10 | work of the devil; such an experience could not possibly proceed 53 6, 5 | becomes evident that the experience was not feigned. You may 54 6, 5 | to its own nature -- an experience which is extremely good 55 6, 6 | ones, like those which we experience when we are troubled about 56 6, 6 | the world. Anyone without experience of each kind of distress 57 7, 8 | but it is quite a common experience in such cases for the understanding 58 8, 9 | confessor has had little experience and treats the matter timorously 59 9, 2 | because we have found by experience that it has cured us of 60 9, 4 | things of which it has no experience. The brilliance of this 61 9, 10 | The experience we are discussing here is 62 9, 11 | though he may be without experience. ~ 63 11, 1 | increases, so that she comes to experience great distress, as I will 64 1, 2 | knowledge of it comes from experience, and this makes me very 65 1, 11 | fancy, but a very common experience. As I was saying, it is 66 2, 1 | gift. To other people the experience will come in a different 67 3, 9 | commandments. When this experience comes to you, remember that


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