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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • Jan van Ruysbroeck was born in the little village of Ruysbroeck on the Senne
    • At the age of twenty-four Jan van Ruysbroeck was ordained a priest, and was
    • However, as Jan van Ruysbroeck's fiftieth birthday approached, he had a
    • the Augustinian canons. And the moving spirit was Jan van Ruysbroeck
    • asked to speak with Jan van Ruysbroeck. They wished his advice concerning
    • Ruysbroeck about his experiences with the Friends of God.
    • Jan van Ruysbroeck.
    • attitude toward life which Jan van Ruysbroeck manifested. The result was
    • Jan van Ruysbroeck's last days were spent quietly in the community at
    • Gerhart Groote survived Jan van Ruysbroeck by three years Meanwhile, a young
    • Years after the deaths of Jan van Ruysbroeck and Gerhard Groote, a
    • he was preceded by Meister Eckhart, Tauler, Suso, van Ruysbroeck, and
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • Ruysbroeck (1293–1381) one encounters personalities in whose life and work
    • Heinrich Suso and Jan van Ruysbroeck had a spiritual disposition which can
    • Jan van Ruysbroeck, the Belgian mystic, walked the same paths as Suso. His
    • nature of the mysticism cultivated by Tauler, Suso, and Ruysbroeck if one
    • Richard of St. Victor, Bonaventura, and others. — Ruysbroeck himself fought
    • Ruysbroeck did not count himself among these, for he knew that one cannot
    • such as Ruysbroeck's this would be just as if one were to say: That for our
    • them externally from one side or another. Ruysbroeck believed that the
    • teaching. For Ruysbroeck it was a belief that all content of this teaching
    • is also born in the soul. Therefore Gerson reproves Ruysbroeck for imagining
    • this seeing. Ruysbroeck simply could not be understood by Gerson. They were
    • speaking of two totally different things. Ruysbroeck has his eye fixed on



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