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1 0, 28 | be a work created by the imagination, instead of the record of 2 1, 6 | must not be wrought in our imagination but must be proved by works. 3 1, 9 | to put it more clearly, imagination88) is not the same thing 4 1, 9(88) | added, interlineally, after "imagination": "for so we women generally 5 1, 15 | is the work of our weak imagination and our nature and the devil. ~ 6 3, 3 | within the soul, or the imagination, by picturing Him as there. 7 3, 5 | greater aridity and the imagination would grow more restless 8 3, 14 | so weak in intellect and imagination -- I have known such -- 9 1, 4 | wonders if the whole thing was imagination, if it has been asleep, 10 1, 4 | thoughts which proceed from the imagination and from what has been said 11 1, 4 | this Mansion, for neither imagination nor memory nor understanding 12 1, 4(115)| for the thoughts of the imagination are clearly seen by the 13 3, 11 | due to some freak of the imagination. The devil makes good use 14 3, 11 | devil makes good use of the imagination in practising his surprises 15 3, 11 | between the faculties and the imagination, and thousands of other 16 1, 1 | really seen, even by the imagination; I use the word "sight" 17 1, 9 | truth, but believes what the imagination (now mistress of the understanding) 18 2, 3 | Mansions -- the senses, the imagination or the faculties -- dares 19 2, 7 | melancholy exist only in the imagination, whereas this proceeds from 20 3, 4 | devil or from one's own imagination. I will describe, if I can, 21 3, 4 | come only from your weak imagination, but they must be taken 22 3, 7 | have been the work of the imagination. Yet at the time it had 23 3, 10 | locutions come from the imagination, none of these signs occur, 24 3, 10 | constitution, or of their imagination, or for some other reason, 25 3, 10 | deceived in this way by the imagination. ~ 26 3, 11 | those which come from the imagination; but, if the locutions are 27 3, 12 | do not proceed from the imagination, and, if one reflects upon 28 3, 13 | created fancifully by the imagination the voice will be less clear 29 3, 14 | could happen, so that the imagination cannot possibly have invented 30 3, 15 | locutions invented by the imagination someone seems to be composing 31 5, 7 | to fit them all into his imagination and thought, he could not 32 5, 10 | possibly proceed from the imagination, and the devil could never 33 6, 13 | been impressed upon his imagination, from which no one else 34 9, 3 | deeply engraven upon the imagination that I do not believe it 35 9, 5 | far exceeds all that our imagination and understanding can compass, 36 9, 8 | creates a picture in the imagination: but this will be a dead 37 9, 9 | many -- find that their imagination is so weak, or their understanding 38 9, 9 | some other reason their imagination becomes so absorbed, that 39 9, 9 | which they see with their imagination, but this produces no effect 40 9, 11 | proceed from God or from the imagination or from the devil, especially 41 9, 18 | reason is to be found in the imagination. When a person has a great 42 10, 8 | devil or for the soul's own imagination, and when it knows this 43 1, 6(218)| corporeal, nor figured in the imagination, the Mother says that this 44 1, 6(220)| God is Spirit) or of the imagination. ~ 45 2, 8 | of the faculties and the imagination, which injure it and take 46 4, 5 | Lord and not from human imagination or from the deceit of the


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