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  • Title: Chapter: About the Author, the People, and the Background of this Book
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    • Suso. Suso was born in 1295, five years before the birth of Tauler, in the
    • Suso has revealed himself in his autobiography as a deeply emotional man, with
    • as it has been described, Suso pictures his mystical experiences in great
    • Florence, Suso entered a monastery in Constance. There he voluntarily
    • Suso once saw a vision of angels, and asked them in what manner God dwelt in
    • His heart.” Suso wrote his autobiography in the third person, and referred
    • Heinrich Suso took the expression, “No cross, no crown,” with terrible
    • night. Finally, after sixteen years of agony, Suso had a vision at
    • In his autobiography Suso relates that one time he prayed that God would
    • Giotto began his work on the Cathedral at Florence, Suso set out on his
    • this spirit which was reborn in Suso comes down to us today in his
    • autobiographies.” Suso's preaching was especially popular among the nuns of
    • Heinrich Suso's writings are among the classics of mysticism. His first work,
    • heroic ideals of knighthood lives in the mystical expressions of Suso. He
    • Concerning his books, Suso wrote, “Whoever will read these writings of mine
    • devoted heart Heinrich Suso bathed Scholasticism in a lyric splendor of
    • he was preceded by Meister Eckhart, Tauler, Suso, van Ruysbroeck, and
  • Title: Chapter: Cardinal Nicolas of Cusa
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    • activity of the mystical theologians Eckhart, Tauler, Suso and their companions
  • Title: Chapter: The Friendship with God
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    • In Johannes Tauler (1300–1361), Heinrich Suso (1295–1366), and Jan van
    • Heinrich Suso and Jan van Ruysbroeck had a spiritual disposition which can
    • were led through a higher life of ideas. Suso's heart turns ardently toward
    • which sustains all divided beings with its presence.” Thus speaks Suso in
    • completely to me and do not part from me again.” For Suso, everything
    • the above-mentioned autobiography of Suso it might appear as if he had let
    • spirits like Suso and Eckhart are opponents of a view such as that which
    • 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
  • Title: Chapter: Valentin Weigel and Jacob Boehme
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    • Tauler, and Suso grew out of Catholic theology. He had precursors in

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