Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
St. Teresa of Avila
Interior Castle

IntraText - Concordances

(Hapax - words occurring once)


105-couns | count-hid | hiero-polis | pons-thirt | thorn-zimme

                                                          bold = Main text
     Part, Chapter                                        grey = Comment text
1001 0, 9 | in with an old friend, a Hieronymite, Fray Diego de Yepes. Their 1002 9, 13(203)| Dar higas. Cf. note on this phrase, 1003 0, 39 | Reform, she brought the highly-prized manuscript as part of her 1004 0, 22 | the bonds which previously hindered its progress; it shrinks 1005 1, 4 | ourselves nor anyone else hindering Him. What will He not give 1006 1, 3 | brethren when this in no way hinders Him from granting them to 1007 1, 8 | here we are, meeting with hindrances and suffering from imperfections 1008 2, 8 | making its honey in the hive: without humility all will 1009 1, 3 | those who receive them are holier than those who do not, but 1010 2, 8 | work like a bee making its honey in the hive: without humility 1011 1, 2 | I am hopeful, sisters, that, not for 1012 6, 3 | Who is this great God of Hosts. ~ 1013 2, 4 | but, as the fire is not hot enough to burn it up, and 1014 3, 11 | be glad if they could be humbled and put to open shame -- 1015 4, 21 | the year one thousand five hundred and seventy seven, on the 1016 2, 15 | go out again into this hurly-burly? Our sins must have led 1017 1, 4 | woman has been told that her husband or brother or son is dead 1018 0, 33 | the ill-informed or the hypercritical. ~ 1019 8, 4(200) | Ibid. ~ 1020 4, 17(174)| emends similarly, though not identically. Both evidently express 1021 0, 22 | spiritual consolations", are identified with the Prayer of Quiet, 1022 2, 4 | how blind they are and how ill-controlled! And yet, after all, what 1023 2, 1 | for business matters and ill-health forced me to postpone continuing 1024 0, 33 | misinterpretation by the ill-informed or the hypercritical. ~ 1025 3, 5 | bear no enmity to those who ill-treat them, or desire to do so. 1026 1, 6 | becomes enkindled and is illumined, as it were, by a cloud 1027 3, 6 | it in another manner, and illumines the soul's knowledge to 1028 0, 10 | the greatest splendour, illumining and beautifying them all. 1029 1, 3 | confessors and tell them so, illustrating what they say by stories 1030 2, 16 | want to give you several illustrations. He inspires a sister with 1031 3, 1 | melancholy -- or have feeble imaginations. ~ 1032 3, 1(159) | apprehended and received by the imaginative faculty is the same as though 1033 6, 5 | self-interest in it and imbues it with a greater knowledge 1034 4, 4 | grant us a life which is an imitation of that lived by His Beloved 1035 4, 2 | reasons it has been thought immaterial if I should repeat myself 1036 2, 13 | that Thy wax may offer no impediment. ~ 1037 6, 11 | Impelled as it is by this great joy, 1038 2, 10 | task?" "Is it pride that is impelling me to do so?" "Can anyone 1039 11 | and which are so great and impetuous that they endanger its life. 1040 1, 9 | had the truth so firmly implanted within her that she did 1041 1, 12 | to God, and continually imploring His mercy. The Lord Himself 1042 2, 3(158) | deshacerse, "to undo oneself", implying here the utmost effort.] ~ 1043 9, 22 | that you are receiving more imposes on you greater obligations 1044 6, 2 | His hands. And even this impotence of will distresses her, 1045 8, 6 | all help to show us how impotent our nature is, when it comes 1046 4, 6 | favours, they are clearly imprinted in the very depths of the 1047 3, 1(159) | intellectual locutions God imprints what He is about to say 1048 0, 35 | There would therefore be no improbability in the assumption of his 1049 2, 9 | especially as it will not be improved by our anxiety about it -- 1050 4, 8 | in any way, we are either improving or going back, especially 1051 3, 8 | quite clearly that this impulse, or whatever it is called, 1052 9, 4 | reason can testify only inadequately to things of which it has 1053 1, 10 | have just said about our incapability, I recall that, as you have 1054 2, 7 | abandoned, for trifling incidents arise, though not precisely 1055 0, 23 | Prayer of Union -- that is, incipient Union. It marks a new degree 1056 1, 5 | reminded by memory. The will inclines to love One in Whom it has 1057 0, 0(1) | the autograph are often inconsistent with other parts of the 1058 2, 2 | heard of it, so if it is incorrect in any way the Fault is 1059 0, 34 | including a few which have been incorrectly attributed to P. Yanguas, 1060 0, 33 | therefore maintaining a greatly increased vigilance, so important 1061 3, 19 | they will run no risk of incurring these perils. My answer 1062 3, 10 | I have said, come quite independently of the acts of the soul 1063 0, 40 | is generally supposed to indicate the year in which the copy 1064 3, 12(144)| reprehensible meaning seems indicated.] ~ 1065 0, 3 | Silverio. Letters (St.) indicates the translation of the Benedictines 1066 2, 17 | perfectly. Let us refrain from indiscreet zeal, which may do us great 1067 1, 6 | sees these three Persons, individually, and yet, by a wonderful 1068 9, 10 | this is not so it cannot be induced to fear that it may have 1069 2, 3 | diligent enough to work so industriously for our advantage, and that 1070 6, 13 | not like a person so far inebriated as to be deprived of his 1071 1, 14 | matter with her? The thing is inexpressible, for this distress and oppression 1072 3, 9 | all the virtues and will infallibly continue to increase in 1073 0, 0(1) | text and in any case are inferior to the author's own words, 1074 0, 20 | poisonous reptiles which infest the courtyard of the castle, 1075 0, 10 | everything was foul, dark and infested with toads, vipers and other 1076 4, 8 | camarín), where they have an infinite variety of glassware, and 1077 3, 3 | to take advantage of the infirmity of these souls, to the injury 1078 0, 14 | can ever lend itself to inflexible scientific rule without 1079 2, 1 | experienced it; for these are influences so delicate and subtle that 1080 2, 12 | can give some very useful information out of my own experience. 1081 1, 8 | good; sometimes, though infrequently, they commend themselves 1082 1, 6(218) | powerful light which He infuses into them, not without created 1083 2, 4 | distracted are the senses which inhabit them! And the faculties, 1084 2, 14 | Mansion which it actually inhabits; for, being among such poisonous 1085 1, 12 | from the weakness which we inherit from the sin of Adam, and 1086 1, 15 | opinion, go so far as to inhibit the working of the faculties 1087 3, 19 | Spirit Himself, as He speaks, inhibits all other thought and compels 1088 1, 4 | souls to overcome their initial difficulties, the Lord has 1089 3, 3 | infirmity of these souls, to the injury of others, if not to their 1090 1, 2 | His own, this is doing no injustice to anyone. ~ 1091 0, 41 | beautifully done in red and black ink and nowhere is Gracián's 1092 6, 12 | those praises come from the inmost depths of the soul. I should 1093 0, 29 | either the outer or the inner Mansions. At all times in 1094 0, 13 | time in the hands of the Inquisitors.4 This we learn from a manuscript 1095 1 | CHAPTER I ~Treats of the insecurity from which we cannot escape 1096 3, 5 | faculties already referred to is inseparable. The Lord can enrich souls 1097 1, 14(156)| Luis de León treated the insertion as valid and began the new 1098 1, 5 | like theirs as mean and insignificant; for each is an interior 1099 9, 10 | Later, when the confessor insinuates this fear, God allows the 1100 4, 10 | do you suppose, of these inspirations -- or, more correctly, of 1101 2, 16 | led to. Another sister is inspired with zeal for the greatest 1102 2, 16 | several illustrations. He inspires a sister with yearnings 1103 0, 21 | experienced to the full the inspiring force of love. It has not 1104 5, 7 | idea of them. In a single instant he is taught so many things 1105 2, 3 | them: "Pax vobis".226 This instantaneous communication of God to 1106 11, 2 | with our own existence: it instantaneously enchains the faculties in 1107 1, 6 | learning have a certain instinct118 to prompt them. As God 1108 3 | speaks to the soul. Gives instructions as to how we should behave 1109 1, 5 | what it is seeking, faith instructs it in what it must do to 1110 0, 11 | black as coal and emitted an insufferable odour, and the venomous 1111 9, 13 | a great friend knew that insulting things were being said about 1112 10, 4 | by merely putting up with insults! Let us endure everything, 1113 3, 14 | some who are so weak in intellect and imagination -- I have 1114 1, 1 | fact, however acute our intellects may be, They will no more 1115 7, 6 | those of us who are not very intelligent may do a great deal of harm. ~ 1116 1, 14(156)| word "Chapter", evidently intending to end the first chapter 1117 2, 5 | we doubt because of the intense absorption of the joy which 1118 5, 9(180) | trabajoso: the word-play is intentional.] ~ 1119 2, 12 | His blessed Mother their intercessor, and also His saints, so 1120 1, 5 | the guards; they are not interested in entering it, and have 1121 0, 41 | An interesting copy, which belongs to the 1122 2, 5(227) | by union" is St. Teresa's interlinear substitution for something 1123 4, 2(163) | The original here interpolates two clauses, con cuanto 1124 1, 7(68) | fullest measure." But the interpretation in the text seems preferable.] ~ 1125 0, 26 | susceptible of numerous interpretations, for the grace of God knows 1126 7, 7(189) | light" [which clearly interrupt the thought of the passage] 1127 0, 37(10) | write as if there were an interruption of five months during the 1128 1, 7 | about this, as I have said; intervention on our part is quite unnecessary; 1129 4, 3(147) | of each other", "have an interview with each other"; and, in 1130 0, 24 | time, and as they grow in intimacy the soul receives increasing 1131 0, 45(*) | appended by Intratext Publisher~ 1132 0, 5 | Nueva ed. aumentada, con introducción, etc., por el P. Jaime Pons, 1133 4, 11 | plane the food which is introduced into the stomach gives strength 1134 0, 4 | 5th ed., with notes and introductions by the Very Rev. Benedict 1135 1, 6(218) | which, though fleeting, is intuitive and clear, but of a knowledge 1136 1, 6 | matters are difficult to investigate. In reality, what has been 1137 0, 28 | book, and it would be as invidious as self-indulgent to quote 1138 4, 8 | journey, at her pressing invitation. When I went in I was astounded 1139 6, 10 | Son,185 she would like to invite everybody and have great 1140 1, 10 | dangerous type, since it had involved her in so many trials; so 1141 4, 7 | it in trivial ways, and involving it in practices which, so 1142 1, 9(89) | i.e. not only timid, but irresolute and apparently stupid, like 1143 11, 8(208) | 1571. The singer was M. Isabel de Jesús. The song begins: ~ 1144 5, 9 | brought back by those whom the Israelites sent on there,179 so in 1145 3, 7 | which gnawed through Jonas's ivy,142 they have gnawed through 1146 4, 6 | that very moment, just as Jacob adored Him when he saw the 1147 0, 5 | introducción, etc., por el P. Jaime Pons, Barcelona, 1908. ~ 1148 1, 9 | think we have to use strange jargon or dabble in things of which 1149 1, 6(118) | corresponding to the French un je ne sais quoi.] ~ 1150 9, 7 | advantage to us. Even Saint Jerome, holy man though he was, 1151 0, 13 | spiritual matters with P. Jerónimo Gracián; the upshot of this 1152 11, 8(208) | eyes behold Thee, Sweetest Jesu, nigh; Let mine eyes behold 1153 9, 2 | for only the owner of the jewel knows how to open it, and 1154 5, 11 | These are the jewels which the Spouse is beginning 1155 4, 13 | wicked people as we know the Jews to have been would only 1156 0, 45 | of the Observance, Fray Joaquín Lluch, published a photo-lithography 1157 2, 4 | although by union is meant the joining of two things into one, 1158 6, 4 | draw back, and the great Jordan, and didst allow the Children 1159 0, 39 | time to M. María de San José, Prioress of the Sevilian 1160 0, 48 | in this convent of St. Joseph of Carmel in Toledo, where 1161 6, 10 | bestows upon the soul a jubilation and a strange kind of prayer, 1162 7, 13 | should not be condemned or judged incapable of enjoying the 1163 6, 11 | Fray Peter of Alcántara. Judging from the life he led, I 1164 1, 8 | though they are in rather a jumbled state, for I cannot explain 1165 0, 37 | Joséph's, Avila, from the jurisdiction of the Ordinary to that 1166 9, 11 | misgivings about it, and quite justifiably. So they have to proceed 1167 2, 1 | teaching others and have ample justification for feeling as they do. ~ 1168 1, 4 | said, it is not enough to justify us in laying aside our fears. 1169 1, 4 | Here the understanding is keener and the faculties are more 1170 2, 8(32) | enclosing a succulent edible kernel. ~ 1171 9, 2 | benefit by it, he has kept the key and so it is still his own. 1172 4, 2 | experience of the Prayer of Quiet kills them. I want to enumerate 1173 7, 10 | aforementioned fire is not kindled in the will, and the presence 1174 7, 9 | the fire which habitually kindles it is going out, and, if 1175 4, 14 | that it resembles a fire kindling all their souls, while you 1176 2, 16 | might well take none too kindly. ~ 1177 3, 13 | also gives the soul that kiss for which the Bride besought 1178 1, 8 | Test us, O Lord, Thou Who knowest all truth, that we may know 1179 7, 13 | is good; whereas, if it laboured hard at meditation in the 1180 2, 4 | ought to realize that he lacks this freedom of spirit and 1181 2, 12 | come from God, they come laden with love and fortitude, 1182 1, 8 | are like the man who had lain beside the pool for thirty 1183 0, 19 | likeness of God: the author laments that more pains are not 1184 5, 9 | the nature of the Promised Land were brought back by those 1185 3, 9 | freely the water flowed, the larger became the basin. So it 1186 0, 0(2) | been said above, it is as Las Moradas ("The Mansions") 1187 3, 2 | never swerving from the law of God; I am referring to 1188 2, 8(32) | east of Spain, with thick layers of leaves enclosing a succulent 1189 1, 4 | enough to justify us in laying aside our fears. So you 1190 3, 5 | Lord did when He raised Lazarus;139 and these do not prevent 1191 2, 2 | mulberry-trees begin to show leaf, this seed starts to take 1192 4, 2 | the Lord are a thousand leagues removed from those experienced 1193 3, 9(238) | Cuando dice aquí: os pide, léase luego este papel." ["When 1194 2, 12 | always very bad, he has many legions of evil spirits in each 1195 0, 14 | experiential mysticism can ever lend itself to inflexible scientific 1196 2, 18 | not always do to take a lenient view of the matter -- she 1197 4, 16 | that to some extent they lessen the soul's absorption in 1198 7, 6 | and I have had to learn my lesson. So, although I have often 1199 2, 14 | well learn very important lessons from the persons who shock 1200 4, 8 | soul to such a point He lets it go so quickly out of 1201 2, 9 | arrive at these Mansions by letting others make the journey 1202 2, 9 | and, if we have a safe, level road to walk along, why 1203 5, 6(178) | about 1575-6. Cf. Relations, LI (Vol. I, The Complete Works 1204 9, 12 | to show him an absolutely lifelike image of the Lord, it would 1205 3, 15 | Publican, without daring to lift up their eyes.244 At other 1206 1, 9(88) | margin by St. Teresa and lightly scored out. Ribera, however, 1207 2, 2(157) | had first written: "or a lightning-flash. Although no light is seen"; 1208 | likely 1209 9, 3 | so quickly that we might liken the action to a flash of 1210 5, 3 | the soul to stop where it likes, while its senses and faculties 1211 2, 8 | subjected to undue constraint or limitation. Since God has given it 1212 4, 7 | like ourselves, with our limited powers, to understand His 1213 0, 10 | light; outside the palace limits everything was foul, dark 1214 0, 14 | her other books lack. The lines of the fortress of the soul 1215 2, 5(227) | corresponding to "joined", and linked by the word "and". The Scriptural 1216 0, 29 | soul -- still less as a literary work, a storehouse of spiritual 1217 1, 9(123) | she received (Relations, LIV: Vol. I, p. 361.) enlightened 1218 11, 8(208) | behold Thee, And at once I'll die.~[It has no verbal reference, 1219 0, 45 | Observance, Fray Joaquín Lluch, published a photo-lithography 1220 3, 6(140) | Luis de León altered to en lo susodicho, "in what is ( 1221 2, 10 | nature, which is like a great load of earth and has not to 1222 4, 12 | when they offer the Lord lodging, and must have Him ever 1223 0, 14 | would have carried the logical arrangement of the general 1224 8, 5 | the soul is left in great loneliness; yet all the possible efforts 1225 10, 3 | sisters, the great mercy and long-suffering of God in not casting us 1226 2, 16 | file, and we must be on the look-out for him from the beginning. 1227 1, 6 | Lot's wife was because she looked back.24 ~ 1228 2, 9 | desires were powerless to loosen these and seemed only to 1229 4, 4 | will come out very much the loser and the soul will achieve 1230 9, 5 | though the sight is the loveliest and most delightful imaginable, 1231 11, 6 | how Thou dost afflict Thy lovers! Yet all this is very little 1232 3, 9 | or a letter, written very lovingly and in such a way that He 1233 1, 16 | dealing with those of a lower kind, I have not been able 1234 1, 8 | enter the first rooms on the lowest floor, but so many reptiles 1235 6, 9 | and grace and upon our own lowliness, and leave Him to give us 1236 2, 8 | road -- we shall be very lucky if we escape getting lost. 1237 2, 5 | vivere Christus est, mori lucrum.228 This, I think, the soul 1238 3, 9(238) | dice aquí: os pide, léase luego este papel." ["When you 1239 4, 20 | and to give light to the Lutherans and to pardon my sins and 1240 0, 27 | Reform and the spiritual luxuriance and beauty of the Mansions -- 1241 4, 11 | been brought up in such luxury all her life long; there 1242 6, 11 | time to time called him mad. Oh, what a blessed madness, 1243 6, 11 | mad. Oh, what a blessed madness, sisters! If only God would 1244 4, 5(248) | used, the Antiphon of the Magnificat at First Vespers on June 1245 4, 15 | not look so much at the magnitude of anything we do as at 1246 4, 5 | praising God. Think of a maiden like Saint Ursula. And of 1247 0, 30 | divide it only into seven main sections, or "Mansions", 1248 0, 14 | book sometimes fails to maintain its precision of method, 1249 0, 33 | Inquisition was therefore maintaining a greatly increased vigilance, 1250 1, 3 | God to commune with such malodorous worms, and to love Him for 1251 7, 2 | service. For through these manifestations of His greatness which He 1252 5, 4 | this great King and Emperor manifests itself here. What, then, 1253 1, 8 | farther on, that it rains manna; once there, the soul has 1254 0, 35 | comparison of them with manuscripts known to be his at the University 1255 0, 30 | mind, and, utilizing her margins, she was able to subdivide 1256 0, 38 | same nun, according to M. Mariana de los Angeles, once saw 1257 0, 23 | is, incipient Union. It marks a new degree of infused 1258 3, 3 | mean that people who are married must actually leave the 1259 1, 5 | kind penetrated to the very marrow of the bones; that puts 1260 4, 5 | For this purpose he will marshal all the powers of hell, 1261 6, 6 | echo the words of Saint Martin183; in such a case, where 1262 3, 5 | from it, and it is most marvellously comforted, and believes 1263 1, 11 | we cannot comprehend His marvels. May He be for ever praised. 1264 4, 4(149) | No fué más de una vista. [Cf. n. 147, 1265 2, 2 | one can achieve in earthly maters, and even from the consolations 1266 4, 2 | say than the Sacrament of Matrimony. The two things work differently, 1267 0, 27 | most mystical and most mature of her books, St. Teresa 1268 9, 22 | we cling firmly to this maxim and our wills are resolute 1269 4, 19(255)| And mazes", adds Luis de León. The 1270 0, 48 | Holy Trinity, in the year MDLXXVII,15 in this convent of St. 1271 1, 15 | that we should take proper measures and learn to understand 1272 0, 47 | repeat myself, for I write as mechanically14 as birds taught to speak, 1273 1, 14 | be given a name. The best medicine -- I do not say for removing 1274 0, 9 | with three of her nuns from Medina del Campo, across the bleak 1275 3, 1(159) | Santo Tomás, O.C.D., in his Médula mystica (Trat. VI, Cap. 1276 9, 15 | Passion recalls His most meek and lovely face, which is 1277 1, 4 | property; or equally suddenly meets a person whom he dearly 1278 6, 13 | senses; nor will it be like a melancholiac, who, without being entirely 1279 0, 30 | draws of these sessions is a memorable one. ~ 1280 1, 2 | this room, and which I will mention here, are, I am sure, attained 1281 4, 6 | God has been abundantly merciful to us. But when I read, 1282 0, 25 | the falling rain becomes merged in the river. There is complete 1283 2, 1(94) | quite colloquial: "in the mess I have got into" or "in 1284 3, 9 | sends it to you, like a message, or a letter, written very 1285 4, 10 | described, and of these messages which are sent by the soul 1286 3, 6 | word sent by one of Thy messengers (for they say that, in this 1287 6, 11 | Saint Francis, when robbers met him as he was going about 1288 2, 6 | thing made, not of human metal, but of the purest gold 1289 3, 12(144)| with a cloak, muffled up. Metaphorically, the word can mean "frowning", " 1290 0, 23 | most celebrated of all her metaphors, that of the silkworm, St. 1291 1, 14(156)| other editors until the mid-nineteenth century. The autograph, 1292 0, 41 | monastic copyist of the Middle Ages. The prologue and the 1293 2, 5 | union. And he also says: Mihi vivere Christus est, mori 1294 2, 6 | the soul, flow streams of milk, which solace all who dwell 1295 1, 14 | distressed. The clacking old mill must keep on going round 1296 7, 9 | it a good thing to expect miracles: the Lord will perform them 1297 2, 8 | its way with much greater misgiving than before and refrains 1298 0, 33 | merely to avoid the risk of misinterpretation by the ill-informed or the 1299 1, 3 | temptations, the devil might mislead it with regard to the consolations 1300 3, 12 | penance; for, though she had misled both her confessor and other 1301 0, 24 | exterior -- bodily sickness; misrepresentation, backbiting and persecution; 1302 1, 3 | can there be in a life as misspent as mine? And do not let 1303 8, 7 | become clouded over by the mist of self-esteem and would 1304 1, 10 | thinking we are lost, and have misused the time that we are spending 1305 1, 5 | and other considerations mitigate the great distress caused 1306 1, 7 | walking in the right way: to mix, not only with those whom 1307 4, 10 | and squares?171 Oh, what a mockery is everything in the world 1308 0, 33 | work as this should need modifying only here and there, merely 1309 5, 7 | not dead, though for a few moments he cannot even himself be 1310 0, 41 | that of any professional monastic copyist of the Middle Ages. 1311 2, 11 | both of heretics and of Moors; although its greatest grief 1312 1, 1(18) | Moradas: derived from morar, to dwell, and not, therefore, 1313 2, 5 | Mihi vivere Christus est, mori lucrum.228 This, I think, 1314 0, 12 | done so and on the next morning remarked to me: 'How I forgot 1315 2, 7 | so little understood by mortals, although many of them frequent 1316 4, 11 | altogether, I can see some motes and particles which, if 1317 2, 9 | should love God without any motive of self-interest. The second 1318 2, 13 | has it) cast in the same mould as themselves76 who always 1319 3, 9 | towards the crest of the mountain. It must not be understood, 1320 1, 4 | them and put them into his mouth although he is weary to 1321 2, 2 | upon which, with their tiny mouths, they start spinning silk, 1322 2, 6 | as I have said, neither moves from that centre nor loses 1323 3, 12(144)| their faces with a cloak, muffled up. Metaphorically, the 1324 2, 2 | The silkworms feed on the mulberry-leaves until they are full-grown, 1325 2, 2 | warm weather comes, and the mulberry-trees begin to show leaf, this 1326 4, 20 | His Majesty and beg Him to multiply His Church and to give light 1327 4, 16 | either they will praise Me or murmur at thee, and in either case 1328 6, 1 | these persecutions and murmurings never leave her; for these 1329 2, 2(129) | Mustard-seeds," writes Gracián, interlineally, 1330 1, 2 | naturally weak as we are, to muster determination enough to 1331 1, 2(152) | referring to each stage of the Mystic Way. The translation, throughout, 1332 3, 1(159) | Tomás, O.C.D., in his Médula mystica (Trat. VI, Cap. i), has 1333 0, 14 | say how far experiential mysticism can ever lend itself to 1334 0, 38 | Toledo," deposed M. María del Nacimiento, "I often saw her as she 1335 0, 9 | Castle. The report of this narrative may suitably be given in 1336 1, 2 | be most difficult for us, naturally weak as we are, to muster 1337 2, 4 | you understand your own natures, it is impossible that you 1338 1, 6(118) | corresponding to the French un je ne sais quoi.] ~ 1339 6, 4 | over them.182 And yet Thou needest not have pity on her, for, 1340 3, 14 | God, since Thou seest how needful it is for us, do Thou inspire 1341 0, 27 | often as they please without needing to ask the permission of 1342 0, 27 | Interior Castle that it is needless to give references. She 1343 3, 5 | is to beg like poor and needy persons coming before a 1344 4, 3 | Divine betrothal. If she is neglectful, however, and sets her affection 1345 3, 3 | this, daughters, that she neglects to eat and sleep (though 1346 2, 4 | remedies for a soul dead in negligences and sins and frequently 1347 2, 3 | I am straining every nerve,158 sisters, to explain 1348 1, 7 | we may have left only our nets, yet He esteems a person 1349 11, 8(208) | behold Thee, Sweetest Jesu, nigh; Let mine eyes behold Thee, 1350 9, 9 | their understanding is so nimble, or for some other reason 1351 | nine 1352 0, 27 | conviction enunciated in the nineteenth chapter of the Way of perfection 1353 3, 9 | Jonas, when he feared that Ninive was not to be destroyed.161 1354 3, 5 | not stay where we are like ninnies, for there still remains 1355 2, 11 | sublimity and come from so noble a source that, severe though 1356 3, 13 | Here the dove sent out by Noe to see if the storm is over 1357 8, 9 | rights be a close secret gets noised abroad and the penitent 1358 2, 16 | before, he works like a noiseless file, and we must be on 1359 3, 11 | So tranquilly and noiselessly does the Lord teach the 1360 2, 10 | saying just now how black and noisome are the streams that flow 1361 2, 9(97) | word, estrujarse. In its non-reflexive form, the verb means to 1362 4, 7 | will and in these little nooks of ours there will be very 1363 4, 2(163) | con cuanto veis, u que nos está bien, which, translated 1364 2, 1 | make blood gush from the nose and produce similar disconcerting 1365 1 | both are one. There are notable things in this chapter. ~ 1366 10, 2 | not an imaginary, but a notably intellectual, vision, in 1367 2, 3 | It should be noted here that it is not the 1368 1, 14 | and despondent, to a very noticeable extent. Is it credible that 1369 3, 13 | exhortation, the hearer notices the omission of a single 1370 4, 13 | gossip about people far less notorious than she and then imagine 1371 3, 3(101) | shrinking": encogimiento, the noun used, means "shrinkage", " 1372 2, 4 | soul begins to live and nourishes itself on this food, and 1373 4, 12 | it would certainly be a novel idea to think of receiving 1374 | nowhere 1375 0, 5 | de Santa Teresa de Jesús, Nueva ed. aumentada, con introducción, 1376 0, 3 | Unless otherwise stated, the numbering of the Letters follows Vols. 1377 5, 9(179) | Numbers xiii, 18-24. ~ 1378 0, 37 | took place that change of Nuncios which was so disastrous 1379 1, 3(62) | The original is: Recia obediencia ha sido! Lit.: "Rigorous 1380 0, 14 | us that she made various objections, all of them dictated by 1381 3, 7 | live as the most costly oblation they can give Him. They 1382 2, 7 | is, and our Constitutions oblige us to engage in it for so 1383 0, 4 | London, 1916. ~P. Silverio -- Obras de Santa Teresa de Jesús, 1384 2, 4 | as is a matter of common observation, can be separated and remain 1385 0, 21 | aridity, and is given only occasional glimpses into the Mansions 1386 4, 1 | which I have described as occurring in these souls are invariably 1387 0, 37 | nothing further unto late in October. This meant that the time 1388 0, 11 | emitted an insufferable odour, and the venomous creatures 1389 2, 8 | committing the smallest offence against God. It is also 1390 2, 15 | constant sight of so many offences committed against His Majesty 1391 2, 1 | for them. It is of no use offering them advice, for they have 1392 2, 7 | practise humility, which is the ointment for our wounds; if we are 1393 0, 40 | Toledo copy seems to be the oldest. It bears the date 1577 -- 1394 3, 13 | storm is over finds the olive-branch243 -- the sign that it has 1395 4, 14 | implants in you, I will not omit to speak of it here. I told 1396 3 | not be guided by our own opinions. Sets down a few signs by 1397 6, 7 | that some humour has been oppressing the heart, and that it is 1398 2, 13 | in the cellar of wine and ordained charity in her? Well, that 1399 2, 7 | our lives as His Majesty ordains: let us desire that not 1400 4, 9 | have been by Our Lord's ordinance that I was commanded to 1401 5, 7 | more clearly than we can ordinarily see things with the eyes 1402 2, 1 | beautiful and resplendent this Orient pearl, this tree of life, 1403 0, 39 | that they were entirely orthodox and in conformity with the 1404 3, 9(238) | point: "Cuando dice aquí: os pide, léase luego este papel." [" 1405 1, 3 | with the least of them. An outcry is made by people with whom 1406 0, 14 | however, would have left no outlet for St. Teresa's natural 1407 1, 10 | while thought remains in the outskirts of the castle, suffering 1408 0, 24 | inexperienced, timid or over-scrupulous spiritual direction. Or 1409 2, 4 | then this water begins to overflow all the Mansions and faculties, 1410 4, 11 | will not allow it to leave, overflows into the weak body, just 1411 3, 15 | afraid lest they be like an overladen ship sinking to the bottom 1412 2, 8 | not yet ardent enough to overwhelm their reason. How I wish 1413 3, 15 | they receive leave them overwhelmed, and afraid lest they be 1414 2, 8 | serving God at a snail's pace! As long as we do that we 1415 0, 36 | some of the very finest pages she ever wrote. ~ 1416 9, 9 | attention, of course, should be paid to such a thing, which will 1417 9, 12 | reverence the picture that he paints, if it is of Him Who is 1418 3, 9(238) | os pide, léase luego este papel." ["When you get to the 1419 1, 1 | righteous man is nothing but a paradise, in which, as God tells 1420 1, 3(112) | which has been slightly paraphrased in translation, the construction 1421 4, 2(163) | author's meaning and other paraphrases are admissible.] ~ 1422 11, 5 | ascend into Heaven. She is parched with thirst, yet cannot 1423 0, 39 | Reform, Don Pedro Cerezo Pardo. When, in 1617, this gentleman' 1424 4, 3 | sins of such a soul are pardoned, assuming that it is in 1425 0, 32 | meetings took place in the parlour of the Discalced Carmelite 1426 4, 3 | who suffers a swoon or a paroxysm so that it can understand 1427 1, 4(65) | this sentence negative, but partially deletes the negative particle. 1428 2, 1 | He were not there for any participation which the soul has in Him, 1429 1, 4(65) | partially deletes the negative particle. Luis de León, followed 1430 4, 11 | I can see some motes and particles which, if we allow them 1431 10, 1 | it. There is no need to particularize about each of these; my 1432 0, 9 | comfortable room. When the little party of nuns, half frozen but 1433 6, 6 | he arouses are apt to be passionate ones, like those which we 1434 1, 3 | are engaged in our worldly pastimes and businesses and pleasures 1435 3, 9 | give him grace to bear them patiently, and sometimes even to desire 1436 1, 3 | that we have her for our Patroness; even my sins and my being 1437 7, 14 | need to look at Christ our Pattern, and also at His Apostles 1438 3, 6(141) | is presumably meant the Pauline "old man".] ~ 1439 1, 2 | account be careless. So let us pause here, my sisters, and beg 1440 1, 7 | possible to pray without paying heed to these things, but 1441 9, 16 | cannot be very humble. A peasant of lowly birth would never 1442 0, 39 | benefactor of the Reform, Don Pedro Cerezo Pardo. When, in 1617, 1443 1, 5 | body, and the other kind penetrated to the very marrow of the 1444 1, 4 | cloistered and lead lives of penitence. Nor must you become confident 1445 1, 7(25) | on "animal penances" -- penitencias de bestias -- in his Dark 1446 8, 9 | gets noised abroad and the penitent is persecuted and tormented; 1447 2, 2 | seed which looks like tiny peppercorns129 (I have never seen this, 1448 1, 11 | So subtle is the division perceptible between them that sometimes 1449 2, 2 | them, for they gain a clear perception of their shortcomings, and 1450 2, 1 | how, although this work is performed by the Lord, and we can 1451 0, 21 | penance and disposed to performing acts of charity toward others, 1452 2, 8 | penance which this soul performs, the greater is its delight. 1453 2, 6 | on which were cast sweet perfumes; the light cannot be seen, 1454 1, 12 | who goes into danger shall perish in it,50 and that the door 1455 7, 7 | everything corporeal, may remain permanently enkindled in love, this 1456 0, 27 | without needing to ask the permission of their superiors. There 1457 1, 8 | because of their sins God will permit them to be deceived -- and 1458 1, 5 | but that His Majesty is permitting this for its great advantage. 1459 1, 9 | them, why should we try to perplex it? It suffices us to know 1460 0, 24 | misrepresentation, backbiting and persecution; undeserved praise; inexperienced, 1461 1, 5 | seems to the soul that its persecutors are not offending God, but 1462 1, 7 | good beginning; and, if we persevere in it, instead of going 1463 2, 16 | that she can venture to persist in so beneficial a practice, 1464 1, 5 | account the judgments of God. ~Personally, I think that what I have 1465 9, 18 | desire for something, he persuades himself that he is seeing 1466 3, 4 | temptation against things pertaining to the Faith and must therefore 1467 8, 2 | that person was greatly perturbed, for she could not understand 1468 3, 13 | in this Mansion that that petition is fulfilled. Here to this 1469 1, 4 | our meditations and from petitions made to Our Lord. This proceeds 1470 4, 13 | uncharitable talk from the Pharisee253 and from very many other 1471 3, 4 | talked a great deal with the Pharisees: any good you may gain will 1472 2, 5 | supposed that this is a phenomenon which has its source in 1473 2, 5(228) | Philippians i, 21: "For to me, to live 1474 3, 8 | of necessity. How often philosophers used to act thus in matters 1475 4, 3 | within it, so that, like the phoenix, it catches fire and springs 1476 0, 45 | Joaquín Lluch, published a photo-lithography edition of the autograph 1477 3, 13 | syllable, as well as the phraseology which is used; but in locutions 1478 0, 31 | I would take up numerous phrases in the book, saying that 1479 2, 7 | are truly humble, God, the Physician,75 will come in due course, 1480 1, 5 | pleasures which the devil pictures to it are accompanied by 1481 0, 27 | Interior Castle, drawing a picturesque contrast between the material 1482 3, 3 | or the imagination, by picturing Him as there. This is a 1483 3, 9(238) | point: "Cuando dice aquí: os pide, léase luego este papel." [" 1484 8, 6 | which he commits, therefore, pierces his very vitals and has 1485 10, 5 | remember that story about Pilate, who asked Our Lord so many 1486 1, 6 | they will be turned into pillars of salt for not looking 1487 5, 3 | nothing, and neither the pilot nor any of the crew has 1488 4, 3 | springs into new life. One may piously believe that the sins of 1489 2, 4 | not strive to remove the pitch which blackens the crystal? 1490 2, 2 | becomes rooted in a pool of pitch-black, evil-smelling water, it 1491 6, 11 | good He has been to you in placing you where, if the Lord should 1492 0, 14 | It is the most carefully planned and arranged of all that 1493 0, 9 | across the bleak Castilian plateau, on her way to St. Joséph' 1494 2, 10 | us along whatever way He pleases. I am sure that if any of 1495 2, 8 | we stay in our own little plot of ground and tie ourselves 1496 2, 18 | this practice the devil can pluck great advantage and start 1497 11, 8(208) | is also that of several poems by St. Teresa herself.] ~ 1498 1, 10 | selling an antidote will drink poison before he takes it in order 1499 1, 6 | viper, his whole body is poisoned and swells up; and so it 1500 0, 41 | print her writings, he would polish and revise them. ~


105-couns | count-hid | hiero-polis | pons-thirt | thorn-zimme

Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License