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1 0, 23| MANSIONS. This is the state described elsewhere as the Third Water, 2 0, 26| these seven Mansions is described with the greatest possible 3 0, 32| Gracián should not have described them in greater detail, 4 1, 9 | be found in what I have described. If we go astray at the 5 1, 1 | in hand, as He did when I described as much as I understood 6 1, 2 | those which we have just described, but there is no infallible 7 1, 6 | sweetness which has been described does not enlarge the heart; 8 1, 7 | in the Mansions already described are familiar with these 9 2, 9 | in the Mansions already described, have humility and again 10 2, 9 | than this one which I have described. There are several reasons 11 3, 1 | make the prayer already described; the senses and all external 12 3, 8 | which ought to have been described first, for it comes far 13 3, 11| condition that has been described. Thinking the one state 14 1, 4 | Mansion that I have just described the soul is doubtful as 15 1, 8 | indication which I have described as119 a decisive one: here 16 2, 1 | in this Mansion has been described already, but there is much 17 3, 3 | delectable union which has been described, for the most valuable thing 18 3, 5 | all the Mansions so far described but do not enter that which 19 3, 5 | short cut which has been described. ~ 20 3, 13| for the union which I have described. It may be that you have 21 4, 9 | the point which has been described, must not lie down and go 22 1, 5 | publicly and unmeritedly described as good is an incomparably 23 1, 7 | sufferings! If these could be described they would make all physical 24 1, 15| soul, in the way already described. After all, it thinks (and 25 1, 15| comparison with what has been described above. ~ 26 2, 2 | consolations which have been described. For often when a person 27 2, 4 | wondering if my God could be described as the fire in a lighted 28 3, 5 | tribulations which have been described, and all the aridity and 29 3, 11| accompanied by the signs already described, one may be very confident 30 3, 17| effects which have been described, or to leave in the soul 31 4, 1 | other things that I have described? Its whole will is set on 32 4, 5 | visions they cannot be so described; for at these times come 33 4, 15| such effects as have been described result from the former kinds 34 5 | way different from that described. Gives some reasons why 35 5, 6 | This incident which I have described seems to me a very apt one 36 7, 2 | like those which we have described and like those which remain 37 7, 2 | those which remain to be described later. It is as if a mighty 38 7, 13| in the way I have already described, this would indeed be a 39 7, 14| meditate in the way I have described) I should consider it suspicious. 40 8, 2 | to her in the way I have described: until He granted her this 41 8, 4 | experiences that have been described are greater favours than 42 8, 4 | deeper than those already described, to give oneself wholly 43 8, 6 | experiences which cannot be described, but they all help to show 44 8, 8 | soul walks in the manner described above, and these favours 45 8, 8 | in you the result already described it will be a sign that they 46 8, 8 | experienced the effects described; but, if he says it, I know 47 9, 1 | frequently than in those already described. This may well be the case; 48 10, 5 | in a way which cannot be described, God will reveal a truth 49 11, 2 | which have already been described. They all seem to arise 50 1, 7 | clearly, in the way I have described, that They are in the interior 51 2, 3 | all that has so far been described seems to have come through 52 2, 6 | doubted: though they cannot be described, the soul experiences them 53 2, 8 | longer perform any. I have described elsewhere the great distress 54 3 | between them and those already described is remarkable.~ 55 3, 5 | peace than in the state described above. They bear no enmity 56 3, 8 | in the way that has been described, so that it sees quite clearly 57 3, 13| other good effects already described in the above-mentioned degrees 58 4, 1 | the effects which I have described as occurring in these souls 59 4, 10| aspirations -- which I have described, and of these messages which


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