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St. Teresa of Avila
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1 2, 4 | How distracted are the senses which inhabit them! And 2 2, 12 | its vassals, which are the senses and the faculties given 3 3, 1 | prayer already described; the senses and all external things 4 3, 2 | Let us suppose that these senses and faculties (the inhabitants, 5 1, 10 | door of the faculties and senses, which are all asleep, to 6 3, 5 | soul but only reach these senses and faculties. They characterize 7 4, 3 | take.148 By means of the senses and faculties she could 8 4, 3(148) | course used in two different senses.] ~ 9 2, 3 | the other Mansions -- the senses, the imagination or the 10 2, 5 | experience. Here all the senses and faculties are active, 11 2, 8 | diffused itself through all the senses or something of that kind ( 12 3, 10 | external, and all their senses are in such a state of slumber 13 4, 2 | carry the soul out of its senses; for if, while still in 14 4, 2 | still in possession of its senses, the soul saw that it was 15 4, 3 | deprived of its interior senses; for it is not like one 16 4, 4 | describe them as dead, and the senses are so as well, how can 17 4, 5 | regaining possession of their senses they can often describe 18 4, 9 | the faculties or by the senses; so He at once commands 19 4, 13 | that, although its other senses sometimes remain active 20 5, 1 | complete possession of his senses when he experiences these 21 5, 3 | where it likes, while its senses and faculties can do no 22 5, 3 | commanded them: the exterior senses, however, are quite unaffected 23 5, 12 | the body when it sees the senses leaving it and has no idea 24 6, 10 | leaves both faculties and senses free to enjoy this happiness, 25 6, 13 | as to be deprived of his senses; nor will it be like a melancholiac, 26 8, 3 | consciousness arose, not from those senses which tell us that another 27 9, 10 | and all its faculties and senses are thrown into the direst 28 10, 2 | in possession of all its senses, and that then there will 29 11, 3 | is an enrapturing of the senses and faculties, except, as 30 1, 6(218) | may lose the use of his senses and have a fleeting glimpse 31 1, 8 | remain in possession of her senses but will be so completely 32 2, 3 | through the medium of the senses and faculties and this appearance 33 2, 9 | thought that the faculties and senses and passions are always 34 3, 10 | For, as has been said, the senses and faculties have no part 35 3, 12 | by the suspension of the senses),240 save very occasionally, 36 3, 12(241)| of the suspension of the senses and loss of heat; but they 37 4, 10 | to keep the faculties and senses and every thing to do with


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