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- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 3: What is Mysticism?
- about the dangers which a premature devotion to mystical methods can incur.
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 4: The Nature of Prayer
- immeasurable force of spiritual knowledge that this mystical devotion gave to
- through this physical devotion (though they certainly advanced beyond it); if
- we understand how Angelus Silesius was enabled through this same devotion not
- spiritual science, we have, in turn, as a preparation for mystical devotion,
- the mystic is able to attain to his inward devotion because he has —
- kind of little spark which his mystical devotion will cause to shine ever
- along one devotional path.
- prayer of devotion, prompted by the past. What, then, is the influence coming
- prayer of devotional submission.
- world. But if we meet the future with humbleness and devotion, we draw near
- devotion to prayer the best preparation for what they hoped to achieve
- when, it seeks perfection through inward prayer and complete devotion to what
- of devotion that leads to inner warmth, and not the other kind that leads to
- recollected itself in inner warmth and intimate devotion, looks for God in
- mystical devotion and meditation. If we wish to find God, but only in order
- thinker found the right thing to say about inward devotion, which is indeed
- devotion, meditation and concentration at various levels. With the aid of
- Title: Metaporphoses/Soul Two: Lecture 9: The Mission of Art
- evident. But when with ardent devotion, expressed in speech and song, the
- West comes the enthusiasm which inspires devotional hymns to the unseen
- Title: Lecture: Prayer
- within itself what we may call a devotion toward the divine.
- This devotion toward the divine that looks down upon us from
- through one of the ways of devotion.
- and devotion, we draw near to it in fruitful hope and make it
- devotion to prayer, the greatest mystics found the best
- in the devotions of prayer. When darkness encloses us within
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