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St. Catherine of Siena
The Dialogue of Saint Catherine

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1 Intro, 0| understand the state of soul of the individuals who happened, 2 Intro, 0| control the destinies of the soul by quasi-magical agencies 3 Intro, 0| enshrines its true benefactors. "Soul, as a quality of style, 4 Intro, 0| style, is a fact," and the soul of St. Catherine's gesta 5 Intro, 0| The sheer beauty of the soul "in a state of Grace" is 6 Intro, 0| Sacred Humanity, of the soul in vi‰ on its dusty pilgrimage 7 Intro, 0| days of the twilight of the soul, its tyrant and its gaoler. 8 1, 1 | How a soul, elevated by desire of the 9 1, 1 | had seen the union of the soul, through love, with God, 10 1, 1 | The soul, who is lifted by a very 11 1, 1 | way, unites with God the soul that follows the footprints 12 1, 1 | effect of love, that the soul becomes another Himself. 13 1, 1 | which I have given to the soul, creating her in My image 14 1, 1 | therefore true, indeed, that the soul unites herself with God 15 1, 1 | So, that soul, wishing to know and follow 16 1, 1 | for she considered that a soul could not be of use, whether 17 1, 2 | How the desire of this soul grew when God showed her 18 1, 2 | spiritual Father of her soul, in which he explained to 19 1, 2 | great evils. And, since the soul seems, in such communion, 20 1, 2 | His truth, inasmuch as the soul is then in God, and God 21 1, 2 | then in God, and God in the soul, as the fish is in the sea, 22 1, 2 | her to cover her guilty soul, she said: "O Eternal Father, 23 1, 3 | the sweet Truth to that soul, in sending down the fire 24 1, 3 | the sufferings, which the soul endures, or can endure, 25 1, 3 | expiated by the desire of the soul, that is, by true contrition, 26 1, 4 | virtue of the desire of the soul; inasmuch as desire and 27 1, 4 | begotten Son, in so far as the soul has drawn her love from 28 1, 4 | against sin, and against the soul's own sensuality, through 29 1, 4 | way can he learn. Then the soul will inflame herself in 30 1, 4 | afflicts or dries up the soul, but one which rather fattens 31 1, 4 | through the desire of the soul united to Me, who am the 32 1, 4 | and to the father of your soul, whom I have given you on 33 1, 5 | souls, for the more the soul endures, the more she shows 34 1, 5 | so closely joined in the soul with perfect patience, that 35 1, 5 | that neither can leave the soul without the other. For this 36 1, 5 | For this reason (if the soul elect to love Me) she should 37 1, 6 | all evils derive from the soul's deprivation of love of 38 1, 7 | Wherefore, when the soul knows herself, as we have 39 1, 7 | thing, and, so far as the soul loves Me, she loves her 40 1, 7 | possess Me by grace in your soul, producing much fruit for 41 1, 7 | salvation of souls. The soul, enamored of My truth, never 42 1, 7 | particular one so placed in the soul becomes the principal object 43 1, 7 | object of its virtue; the soul disposing herself, for her 44 1, 7 | effect of this virtue, the soul draws to herself all the 45 1, 7 | not placed them all in one soul, in order that man should, 46 1, 7 | should need both for body and soul, but I wish that one should 47 1, 8 | fortitude conceived within the soul, perseveres with strength, 48 2, 1 | intrinsic virtues of the soul, as I have told you. They 49 2, 1 | little; often, indeed, if the soul perform not her penance 50 2, 1 | intrinsic virtues of the soul, with hunger and desire 51 2, 1 | discretion, then, should the soul perform her penance, that 52 2, 1 | and according to what the soul sees she can do in the measure 53 2, 1 | possibility. Otherwise, if the soul place her foundation on 54 2, 1 | true knowledge which the soul should have of herself and 55 2, 1 | My goodness, by which the soul immediately, and discreetly, 56 2, 1 | this humility not in the soul, the soul would be indiscreet, 57 2, 1 | humility not in the soul, the soul would be indiscreet, indiscretion 58 2, 1 | An indiscreet soul robs Me of the honor due 59 2, 1 | with which I work in her soul and in those of My other 60 2, 2 | are united; and how the soul should conform herself to 61 2, 2 | in the same way, that the soul is a tree existing by love, 62 2, 2 | love; and, that if this soul have not in very truth the 63 2, 2 | is the affection of the soul, should grow in, and issue 64 2, 2 | of love which is in the soul, and the patience, which 65 2, 2 | proves that I am in the soul and the soul in Me. This 66 2, 2 | I am in the soul and the soul in Me. This tree then, so 67 2, 2 | variety, inasmuch as the soul renders fruit of grace and 68 2, 3 | principal affection of the soul; and of the light of discretion 69 2, 3 | works which I seek from the soul, the proving, namely, of 70 2, 3 | above, intrinsic to the soul, all of which must be in 71 2, 3 | fundamental affection of the soul. For, if the principal affection 72 2, 3 | principal affection of the soul were placed in penance, 73 2, 3 | issued with affection of the soul, which conceives and brings 74 2, 3 | Wherefore, when the soul omits them through necessity, 75 2, 3 | discretion renders to the soul, that is to say, hatred 76 2, 3 | because the affection of the soul, founded in love, which 77 2, 3 | discretion, without which the soul is worth nothing. And this 78 2, 3 | Supreme and Eternal Truth. The soul can therefore place neither 79 2, 3 | discretion ordains that the soul should direct all her powers 80 2, 3 | see how discreetly every soul, who wishes for grace, should 81 2, 3 | perfection is not in the soul, everything which the soul 82 2, 3 | soul, everything which the soul does for itself and for 83 2, 3 | love of others. And the soul escapes dangers by her true 84 2, 3 | her virtues from such a soul, but all their persecutions 85 2, 3 | who am the Spouse of the soul, if she do not produce the 86 2, 4 | How this soul grew by means of the divine 87 2, 4 | Then that soul, thirsting and burning with 88 2, 4 | the knowledge which the soul obtains of herself, she 89 2, 4 | the goodness of God, the soul knows her own indignity, 90 2, 4 | looks in a mirror, so, the soul who, with true knowledge 91 2, 4 | knowledge increased in that soul in the aforesaid way, a 92 2, 4 | so grew the fire in that soul to such an extent that it 93 2, 4 | without the departure of the soul; so that, had she not been 94 2, 4 | have lived any longer. This soul then, being purified by 95 2, 5 | gives life and adorns the soul with every grace, in proportion 96 2, 5 | mark is removed from the soul, though not altogether, 97 2, 5 | at the moment that the soul receives Holy Baptism, original 98 2, 5 | source of weakness, but the soul can keep the bridle on it 99 2, 5 | Then the vessel of the soul is disposed to receive and 100 2, 5 | discretion is come, the soul can, by her free will, make 101 2, 7 | the doors of mercy, the soul of man produced thorns and 102 2, 7 | merited eternal death in soul and body. And, as soon as 103 2, 8 | How God induces the soul to look at the greatness 104 2, 9 | How this soul prays God to show her those 105 2, 9 | Then this soul exclaimed with ardent love, -- " 106 2, 10 | the three states of the soul; and how, being lifted on 107 2, 10 | to enamor and excite that soul still more for the salvation 108 2, 10 | recognize three states of the soul, which I will explain to 109 2, 10 | you below. The feet of the soul, signifying her affection, 110 2, 10 | the affection carries the soul. Wherefore these pierced 111 2, 10 | of His Heart, because the soul, rising on the steps of 112 2, 10 | thing with Me. Then the soul is filled with love, seeing 113 2, 10 | passed the second step, the soul reaches out to the third -- 114 2, 10 | affections of the earth, the soul strips herself of vice; 115 2, 10 | with all the powers of his soul, that is, with the Memory, 116 2, 10 | heart and the powers of the soul are drawn to Him, all the 117 2, 11 | by them far from Me, the soul drowns, for creatures are 118 2, 12 | of the delight which the soul feels in traveling by the 119 2, 12 | continual bitterness of soul at the offense done to Me, 120 2, 13 | like a lifeboat to draw the soul out of the tempestuous sea 121 2, 13 | sensitive love out of the soul, leaving there only the 122 2, 13 | labors, both in body and soul, and to dispense the evil 123 2, 14 | How this soul wondering at the mercy of 124 2, 14 | Then this soul, as it were, like one intoxicated, 125 2, 15 | the Bridge; and how the soul, that passes underneath, 126 2, 15 | After this soul had refreshed a little her 127 2, 15 | then being dead, all the soul's operations both in deed 128 2, 15 | grace is concerned. For the soul cannot defend herself against 129 2, 15 | vices which destroy the soul of him who is a tree of 130 2, 15 | pride, and the miserable soul is full of ingratitude, 131 2, 16 | of sensuality. Oh, ugly soul, where have you left your 132 2, 17 | injustice! It kills the soul and makes her the slave 133 2, 17 | will they draw their foul soul out of the mire, when they 134 2, 17 | destroy the heaven of the soul. Heaven I call her (the 135 2, 17 | Heaven I call her (the soul) because so I made her, 136 2, 21 | a condemnation, for the soul has arrived at the end, 137 2, 21 | so great evil. But if the soul have light to know and grieve 138 2, 21 | here nor there, because the soul would not be pardoned, depreciating 139 2, 21 | the other sins that the soul has committed. Wherefore 140 2, 22 | unceasingly, seeing that the soul is deprived of Me, and of 141 2, 22 | appears more horrible to the soul that is deprived of Me, 142 2, 22 | consume, for the being of the soul cannot be consumed, because 143 2, 23 | the pain of the miserable soul is renewed and increased 144 2, 23 | increased by the union that the soul will make with the body, 145 2, 25 | Similarly, the just soul, for whom life finishes 146 2, 25 | angels -- for, when the soul arrives at eternal life, 147 2, 25 | participate in the good of that soul, and the soul in their good. 148 2, 25 | good of that soul, and the soul in their good. Not that 149 2, 25 | they have found in that soul. They see that, by My mercy, 150 2, 25 | in Me in the good of that soul, which good she has received 151 2, 25 | And that soul rejoices in Me, and in the 152 2, 25 | gives more bliss to the soul, for, if this were so, it 153 2, 25 | that gives bliss to the soul, but the soul will give 154 2, 25 | bliss to the soul, but the soul will give bliss to the body, 155 2, 25 | to the body, because the soul will give of her abundance, 156 2, 25 | had quitted. For, as the soul is made immortal, stayed 157 2, 25 | itself, but by virtue of the soul, which virtue is of Me, 158 2, 25 | is lacking to them, the soul being satisfied in herself, 159 2, 26 | and come to judgment,' the soul will return with the body, 160 2, 26 | of the tree, that is the soul, and also the bark outside, 161 2, 26 | At the time of death, the soul only is reproved, but, at 162 2, 26 | the General Judgment, the soul is reproved together with 163 2, 26 | companion and instrument of the soul -- to do good and evil according 164 2, 26 | for Me, together with the soul. And to the perverse ones 165 2, 26 | out of the fullness of the soul, representing in the body 166 2, 26 | was the companion of the soul in the working of virtue. 167 2, 26 | to the Eternal Fire,' the soul and the body will go to 168 2, 26 | pride. So that body and soul together will be punished 169 2, 27 | temptations, and how every soul in her extremity sees her 170 2, 27 | and prove virtue in the soul. Not that it is the intention 171 2, 27 | body, that is, before the soul be separated from the body. 172 2, 27 | vision of a tree, that this soul once had. ~ 173 2, 27 | obtained thereby. For the soul, from her nature, always 174 2, 27 | though it is true that the soul, blinded by self- love, 175 2, 27 | good, and of profit to the soul and to the body. And, therefore, 176 2, 28 | face to face. But after the soul has left the weight of the 177 2, 28 | which is the eye of the soul) illuminated in Me, possesses. 178 2, 28 | light of faith enables the soul to discern, to know, and 179 2, 28 | intellect is faith, and if the soul has covered it with the 180 2, 29 | How this soul was in great bitterness, 181 2, 29 | Then that soul, tormented by desire, considering 182 2, 30 | the three powers of the soul. ~ 183 2, 30 | hunger and desire of that soul, said: "Oh, My most delightful 184 2, 30 | lost without the other. The soul I created in My image and 185 2, 30 | the most noble part of the soul, and is moved by the affection, 186 2, 30 | spurs on another, and the soul is nourished in the life 187 2, 30 | The soul cannot live without love, 188 2, 30 | carefully the dignity of the soul, and the indignity into 189 2, 30 | imperfectly, according as the soul exercises perfection in 190 2, 30 | thus, under color of the soul's good, causes him to sin. 191 2, 30 | unity of these powers of the soul is so great that I cannot 192 2, 30 | exercise the virtues. The soul is free, liberated from 193 2, 30 | you truly, that, when the soul undertakes to gather together, 194 2, 30 | the three states of the soul." ~ 195 2, 31 | the three powers of the soul, and no one who wishes to 196 2, 31 | without the other, and the soul cannot persevere except 197 2, 33 | congregation of the powers of the soul, the memory, the intellect, 198 2, 33 | virtues and powers of the soul are congregated together 199 2, 33 | Then the appetite of the soul is disposed to thirst. Thirst, 200 2, 33 | the three powers of the soul have been gathered together 201 2, 33 | reason in My Name. And his soul, having gathered together 202 2, 34 | How this devoted soul looking in the Divine mirror 203 2, 34 | Then that soul, tormented with intense 204 2, 35 | satisfy the desire of that soul, said, "Do you see those? 205 2, 35 | in the other life, the soul is separated from the body, 206 2, 35 | are thorns that pierce the soul who loves them disordinately." ~ 207 2, 36 | together; that is to say, the soul, having seen the punishment 208 2, 36 | together of the powers of the soul, which should be exercised 209 2, 36 | love which I bear to the soul, so that she may climb with 210 2, 37 | mental consolation. Such a soul acts imperfectly, for she 211 2, 37 | but this is because the soul herself is at first imperfect, 212 2, 37 | have never known Him.' The soul who has climbed this step 213 2, 37 | body, yet they are one in soul through the affection of 214 2, 37 | where two friends have one soul, there can be no secret 215 2, 38 | manifests Himself to the soul who loves Him. ~ 216 2, 38 | I manifest Myself to the soul who loves Me in truth, and 217 2, 38 | virtue manifested in the soul in proportion to her desire, 218 2, 38 | love and charity in the soul, is made through the Word 219 2, 38 | through a sentiment of the soul, by which they taste, know, 220 2, 38 | desires, and Myself in the soul in that precise degree of 221 2, 38 | according as I see need in the soul herself and in other creatures. 222 2, 38 | will and the desire of the soul. Sometimes she seeks Me 223 2, 40 | How the soul, after having mounted the 224 2, 40 | the three powers of the soul, and now I will show you 225 2, 40 | states, through which the soul passes. Before treating 226 2, 40 | in from fear, because the soul always fears until she arrives 227 2, 40 | Christ crucified. So also the soul, who wishes to arrive at 228 2, 40 | develop perfection in the soul, after the forty days, that 229 2, 40 | you, in order to raise the soul from imperfection, I withdraw 230 2, 40 | having returned to the soul by grace, withdraw Myself 231 2, 40 | that is to say: how the soul arrives at perfection, and 232 2, 40 | Church. This is what the soul does in order to rise from 233 2, 41 | love to exist, so that the soul may in this way come to 234 2, 41 | withdraw myself from the soul by sentiment, that she may 235 2, 41 | cultivate the vine of her soul, and to root out the thorns 236 3, 1 | Of the means which the soul takes to arrive at pure 237 3, 1 | When the soul has passed through the doctrine 238 3, 1 | and by the fact that the soul never turns back for anything, 239 3, 1 | is wont to arrive in the soul, causing much more conflict 240 3, 1 | and trouble than when the soul is not occupied in prayer. 241 3, 1 | may become tedious to the soul, tempting her often with 242 3, 1 | a weapon with which the soul can defend herself from 243 3, 2 | doctrine is given; and how the soul proceeds from vocal to mental 244 3, 2 | related which this devout soul once received. ~ 245 3, 2 | and faithful prayer, the soul acquires, with time and 246 3, 2 | preventing the prayer of the soul. All of this she should 247 3, 2 | sweet and pleasant to that soul and to Me is holy prayer, 248 3, 2 | Which Blood inebriates the soul and clothes her with the 249 3, 2 | the Blood which, as the soul sees, was shed through love. 250 3, 2 | love. On seeing this the soul becomes inebriated, and 251 3, 2 | But do not think that the soul receives such ardor and 252 3, 2 | vocal recitation, which the soul is not required to do, for, 253 3, 2 | you ask Me, whether the soul should abandon vocal prayer, 254 3, 2 | I should reply 'No.' The soul should advance by degrees, 255 3, 2 | know well that, just as the soul is at first imperfect and 256 3, 2 | said, I do not wish the soul to consider her sins, either 257 3, 2 | of My good mercy, if the soul will only truly hope therein. 258 3, 2 | the stick of charity.' The soul, therefore, should season 259 3, 2 | prayer will be of use to the soul who makes it, and pleasing 260 3, 2 | arrive at it. Sometimes the soul will be so ignorant that, 261 3, 2 | pleasure and the desire of the soul, the presence of My Truth, 262 3, 2 | presence of My Truth, she (the soul), in order to complete her 263 3, 2 | told you, will enable the soul to arrive at perfection, 264 3, 2 | taste much. For the more the soul tries to loosen her affection 265 3, 2 | affection of desire, the soul raising herself to Me, with 266 3, 2 | the appointed time by the soul who remains firm in a habitual 267 3, 2 | of the neighbor, if the soul see him to be in need, and 268 3, 2 | mental when I visit the soul. I have also spoken to you 269 3, 2 | is prayer. The enclosed soul should therefore spur herself 270 3, 2 | she does so. Unless the soul keep to this path, she will 271 3, 3 | the method by which the soul separates herself from imperfect 272 3, 3 | you in many ways how the soul raises herself from imperfection 273 3, 3 | of Me, lest it bring the soul to confusion, for it would 274 3, 3 | for it would cause the soul to hate her own sensitive 275 3, 3 | it. Though sometimes the soul who lives in holy hatred 276 3, 3 | Now the soul who wishes to rise above 277 3, 4 | Of the signs by which the soul knows she has arrived at 278 3, 4 | praise of My Name. So the soul, who has awaited Me in self-knowledge 279 3, 5 | vision, which this holy soul had, concerning diverse 280 3, 5 | the three powers of the soul, and also the three actual 281 3, 5 | crucified, by which steps the soul, as I told you, ascended, 282 3, 5 | Feet, with the feet of the soul's affection, from thence 283 3, 5 | and where I dispose the soul to receive grace, uniting 284 3, 5 | the Blood. Where did the soul know of this her dignity, 285 3, 5 | another way by which the soul receives the baptism of 286 3, 5 | of Holy Confession, the soul receiving the Baptism of 287 3, 5 | absolution, upon the face of the soul. But, if the soul be unable 288 3, 5 | of the soul. But, if the soul be unable to confess, contrition 289 3, 5 | finished on the Cross, when the Soul was separated from the Body; 290 3, 5 | and the fire, wherein the soul is steeped. And, in order 291 3, 8 | How the soul, after she has passed through 292 3, 8 | Name. Who can see it? The soul who is denuded of the body 293 3, 8 | desired to have, before the soul saw Me, namely, the glory 294 3, 8 | that the saints and every soul in Eternal Life have desire 295 3, 9 | the Word Incarnate. The soul of Paul was clothed, through 296 3, 9 | Eternal Life, except that his soul was not separated from his 297 3, 10 | How the soul who finds herself in the 298 3, 10 | And when I depart from the soul in the aforesaid way that 299 3, 10 | corporal sentiment, the soul, on account of the union 300 3, 10 | sight which I grant to the soul, infused with grace, who, 301 3, 11 | for the salvation of the soul, to a humble and holy conscience 302 3, 11 | for the salvation of the soul, to a holy and upright conscience, 303 3, 11 | hunger and desire for the soul's salvation. This I have 304 3, 11 | taste Me, in Truth, the soul being separated from the 305 3, 11 | the blissfulness that the soul received in Me. This state 306 3, 11 | most excellent, when the soul, being yet in the mortal 307 3, 12 | How this devout soul seeks knowledge from God 308 3, 12 | Then this soul, yearning with very great 309 3, 12 | aforesaid states of the soul of which God had spoken 310 3, 12 | her, and seeing that the soul passes through these states 311 3, 13 | aforesaid states of the soul, of which I have told you, 312 3, 13 | graces may exist in one soul, who, rising from fear and 313 3, 14 | the aforesaid state of the soul. ~ 314 3, 14 | sensual tears, because the soul, not having yet arrived 315 3, 14 | But the soul, exercising herself in virtue, 316 3, 14 | the second stage of the soul. And so she proceeds, with 317 3, 14 | spiritual love with which the soul desires spiritual consolations 318 3, 14 | Wherefore, when such a soul is deprived of the thing 319 3, 14 | have to suffer. Then the soul arrives at such delight 320 3, 14 | of milk, nourishing the soul in true patience; an odoriferous 321 3, 14 | daughter, how glorious is that soul who has indeed been able 322 3, 14 | last stage in which the soul is blessed and sorrowful. ~ 323 3, 14 | neighbor, in which exercise the soul discovers the plaint of 324 3, 14 | My love. Over these the soul rejoices, seeing glory and 325 3, 14 | last grief (in which the soul finds such union with Me), 326 3, 14 | flavor the other, else the soul would come to a state of 327 3, 14 | that learning which the soul obtained by knowing herself 328 3, 14 | And, for this reason, the soul that knows Me immediately 329 3, 14 | has been reached if the soul abandon the affection from 330 3, 14 | states united nourish your soul in virtue, making her to 331 3, 14 | appears immortal because the soul's perception of her own 332 3, 14 | taste of this union to the soul, for, in tasting it, she 333 3, 14 | Goodness, but the humble soul should despise such things, 334 3, 14 | nourish virtue within her soul. In such a case let her 335 3, 14 | grow in virtue. For the soul is never so perfect in this 336 3, 14 | with Him, wherefore His soul was blessed through union 337 3, 15 | How the four stages of the soul, to which belong the five 338 3, 15 | infinite desire of your soul from which they proceed. 339 3, 15 | self-love which dries up the soul, so that fiery desire and 340 3, 15 | this life, but the more the soul loves the less she seems 341 3, 15 | eye weeps. But when the soul is separated from the body 342 3, 15 | have said to you, for the soul that desires Me possesses 343 3, 15 | united to the tears. When the soul leaves the body the tears 344 3, 15 | it into itself. Thus the soul, having arrived at tasting 345 3, 16 | desire, and received into the soul. But first will I speak 346 3, 16 | damage to their body and soul. I said to you that every 347 3, 16 | This is the tree of the soul. For you are all trees of 348 3, 16 | made by Me for love. The soul who lives virtuously, places 349 3, 16 | no good actions done by a soul in mortal sin are of value 350 3, 16 | Let not, however, such a soul abandon on this account 351 3, 16 | privation of grace to the soul, of temporal loss may not 352 3, 17 | How this devout soul, thanking God for His explanation 353 3, 17 | Then this soul, eager with the greatness 354 3, 17 | a well-disposed mind, a soul rejoicing in You; and in 355 3, 17 | Father, to judge the one soul to be in light, and the 356 3, 17 | sign which You said the soul received on being visited 357 3, 17 | Truth, You said that the soul remained in joy and courageous 358 3, 17 | habit of judging keeps the soul far from You, so I do not 359 3, 18 | reason is necessary to every soul that wishes to serve God 360 3, 18 | thirst and hunger of that soul, and in the purity of her 361 3, 18 | that is to say, that the soul that does not see into My 362 3, 18 | Then that soul obeyed and rose out of herself, 363 3, 18 | increase the virtue of his soul, because virtue cannot be 364 3, 18 | means of sensuality, the soul is able to prove the love 365 3, 18 | in order to preserve the soul in true humility. Wherefore 366 3, 18 | that, while I created the soul to Mine own image and similitude, 367 3, 18 | cause of humiliation to the soul, and is in no way matter 368 3, 18 | said, for, without it, the soul would be in a state of damnation. 369 3, 18 | this reason, because the soul, being without the light, 370 3, 18 | And similarly if the soul know not good, and the reason 371 3, 19 | When the soul has arrived at the attainment 372 3, 19 | the perfect. For, if the soul truly have light, she will 373 3, 19 | retain Him the more in my soul through grace; because it 374 3, 19 | And this is the way the soul often fails into trouble, 375 3, 19 | there she lies. Now, if the soul were not in this condition, 376 3, 19 | which I have elected the soul. And she would see that 377 3, 20 | of the works done by the soul who has arrived at this 378 3, 20 | vision which this devout soul once received, in which 379 3, 20 | and unitive state of the soul. These deem themselves worthy 380 3, 20 | sanctified in Me. Wherefore the soul having known My Will, clothes 381 3, 20 | when He saw her, gives the soul the doctrine of perfection. 382 3, 20 | When therefore the soul has arrived at seeing, knowing, 383 3, 20 | Fire which purifies the soul, and the closer the soul 384 3, 20 | soul, and the closer the soul is to Me, the purer she 385 3, 20 | separated from Me, while the soul, who, without any medium, 386 3, 20 | and scandal separates the soul from Me, and prevents perfection, 387 3, 20 | reward is received by the soul who perceives only My will, 388 3, 20 | created you. And because the soul remains always in the love 389 3, 21 | this way, namely that the soul begins to hunger for the 390 3, 21 | Wherefore this enamored soul, clothed in My Truth, having 391 3, 21 | not perfect, because the soul who tastes it has not, as 392 3, 21 | in grief and torment, His soul was blessed through its 393 3, 22 | How this soul, rendering thanks to God, 394 3, 22 | for the two fathers of her soul; and, after these things, 395 3, 22 | Then that soul, as if, in truth, inebriated, 396 3, 22 | and of two bodies make one soul, and that they attend to 397 3, 23 | How God renders this soul attentive to prayer, replying 398 3, 23 | eye of His mercy upon this soul, not despising her desire, 399 3, 24 | of My Spouse." Then this soul obediently contemplated 400 3, 24 | or the Body without the Soul of the Incarnate Word; nor 401 3, 24 | Incarnate Word; nor the Soul, nor the Body, without the 402 3, 24 | the disposition of your soul created by Me, so fitted 403 3, 24 | cannot live. Where does the soul united in this way obtain 404 3, 24 | Truth. It is true that the soul becomes more or less lighted 405 3, 24 | know the condition of the soul who receives unworthily? 406 3, 24 | remains but smoke; so this soul has cast the water of guilt 407 3, 24 | wherefore the Light, since the soul is not disposed as she should 408 3, 24 | remain by grace in that soul, but leaves her, and, in 409 3, 24 | leaves her, and, in the soul, remains only greater confusion, 410 3, 24 | the water that was in the soul, which impeded her proper 411 3, 24 | the scanty desire of the soul when she receives the Sacrament, 412 3, 24 | defect which may be in the soul, or by any defect of him 413 3, 25 | Sacrament, but not those of the soul; therefore it is, with the 414 3, 25 | a beautiful vision this soul had upon this subject. ~ 415 3, 25 | sentiments are deceived; but the soul cannot be deceived in her 416 3, 25 | With the sentiment of the soul. With what eye is It to 417 3, 25 | human nature, the Body, the Soul, and the Blood of Christ, 418 3, 25 | the Blood of Christ, the Soul united to the Body, the 419 3, 25 | the Body, the Body and the Soul united with My Divine nature, 420 3, 25 | recognized in this Sacrament. The soul touches Me with the hand 421 3, 25 | bread; but the palate of the soul, which is holy desire, tastes 422 3, 25 | deluded, but not those of the soul, for she is illuminated 423 3, 25 | perceptions, disposing your soul in the way that has been 424 3, 26 | the excellent state of the soul who receives the sacrament 425 3, 26 | an excellent state is the soul who receives, as she should, 426 3, 26 | thus do I dwell in the soul, and the soul in Me -- the 427 3, 26 | dwell in the soul, and the soul in Me -- the Sea Pacific. 428 3, 26 | the Sea Pacific. In that soul grace dwells, for, since 429 3, 26 | Sacrament remains in the soul, that is to say, the heat 430 3, 26 | power, which strengthen the soul against her sensual self-love, 431 3, 27 | defile the face of their soul. They would not only see 432 3, 27 | cleanness of their heart and soul and mind. And I wish their 433 3, 27 | as the instrument of the soul in perfect charity; and 434 3, 28 | little refreshment to your soul, and to mitigate your grief 435 3, 28 | you, have one power of his soul so ordered as to receive 436 3, 28 | all three powers of his soul are brought together and 437 3, 28 | powers are thus disposed, the soul participates in Me, the 438 3, 28 | filled the power of their soul with Me, the true Sun, they 439 3, 28 | things necessary for the soul and the body, and that with 440 3, 28 | supreme security to the soul who possesses Me through 441 3, 30 | are the struggles of the soul of a just man to those of 442 3, 30 | to the perfection of his soul. For I wish you to know 443 3, 30 | tenderness and love between the soul and the body makes death 444 3, 30 | to attack the city of his soul, like a watch-dog which 445 3, 30 | It is true that a just soul, through humility, and because 446 3, 30 | rather profitable, for the soul recollected in herself, 447 3, 30 | of sin not being in his soul, their aspect causes him 448 3, 30 | devils, seeing that the soul has entered into the Blood 449 3, 30 | shouts cannot hurt that soul, who already is beginning 450 3, 30 | same thing. What joy such a soul receives who sees herself 451 3, 31 | general, for at death when the soul begins to see its woes, 452 3, 31 | defile the face of their soul, and corrupt their subjects, 453 3, 32 | How this devout soul, praising and thanking GOD, 454 3, 32 | Then this soul, as if inebriated, tormented, 455 3, 32 | and self-love found in the soul, not afflicting her, but 456 3, 32 | insatiable love, and though the soul is filled she is not sated, 457 3, 32 | can and will satisfy the soul, filling her with things 458 3, 32 | a wretched and sorrowful soul is mine, the cause of all 459 4, 1 | clear vision with which His soul saw the divine essence and 460 4, 1 | demonstrative sign, whether a soul be in a state of grace and 461 4, 1 | true humility; therefore a soul is obedient in proportion 462 4, 1 | self-love depriving the soul of humility. The sister 463 4, 2 | Heaven is opened, and how the soul should fasten it by means 464 4, 2 | does not dwell in their soul. Oh! how sweet and glorious 465 4, 2 | reach the interior of the soul in whom she dwells. Such 466 4, 2 | to say, the organs of the soul, to germinate with the heat 467 4, 3 | you will injure your own soul, depriving it of the life 468 4, 5 | How a soul advances from general to 469 4, 5 | The soul who with love has submitted 470 4, 5 | it. I say, then, that the soul, on fire with desire and 471 4, 5 | which was in the love of his soul, so he prepared the way. ~ 472 4, 6 | obedience soon dies in a soul deprived of this little 473 4, 6 | world, which causes the soul to hold herself vile, and 474 4, 6 | servant in the house of his soul to drive out the enemy of 475 4, 6 | places in the house of his soul the lovers of his spouse, 476 4, 6 | sweet spouse enters his soul with her sister, Patience, 477 4, 6 | the true hope which the soul should have in Me; injustice 478 4, 6 | make war on him, for the soul has cut off from herself 479 4, 7 | not narrow or double. A soul wounded by this sweet arrow 480 4, 7 | read by all. Wherefore the soul who possesses charity never 481 4, 8 | thus taking scandal, your soul and body living in pain. 482 4, 8 | nourishes both body and soul in peace and quiet. The 483 4, 8 | disobedience, which deprives the soul of the light of obedience, 484 4, 8 | disobedience will lead the soul to eternal damnation, together 485 4, 9 | obedience, then, does the soul receive her merit, filling 486 4, 9 | fruits, as a sign that that soul had risen from the dryness 487 4, 9 | a true physician of the soul, in order that he might 488 4, 10 | fire of My love in your soul: one for yourself, which 489 4, 10 | united with the desire of the soul and contrition of the heart. 490 4, 10 | the three powers of the soul. These three steps I also 491 4, 10 | figured three states of soul -- the imperfect state, 492 4, 10 | perfect state, in which the soul arrives at the excellence 493 4, 10 | perfection, and how the soul may know by which road she 494 4, 11 | How this most devout soul, thanking and praising God, 495 4, 11 | Then that soul, having seen with the eye 496 4, 11 | find the more I seek; the soul cannot be satiated in Your 497 4, 11 | spring of living water, so my soul desires to leave the prison 498 4, 11 | consume in Your heat all the soul's self-love; You are the 499 4, 11 | perfectly, that I see that my soul is alive, and in this light 500 4, 11 | light is a sea, for the soul revels in You, Eternal Trinity,


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