|Creating Individual and World Peace Through the Mystic Pathway|
Look for the upcoming winter edition of "The Light of Consciousness" Magazine (2011/2012). Megan has written an article on Clare of Assisi.
Walking with Teresa of Avila
“This divine prison, of love in which I’m living, has made God my captive, and my heart free;
causing in me such passion, to see God, my prisoner, That I die because I do not die.” - Teresa of Avila
The road to
The Mystical Pathway to Peace
“It is in your power to live and to die with this
Our society is fraught with conflict, be it political, religious or personal. It might even be said that we, as a human race, thrive on conflict, as it seems to be a precursor to our growth and change. It provides a stimulus for disintegration of old thoughts and ways of being and regeneration for new modalities and paradigms. From the rebel teenager, to the warring couple, to international peacekeeping efforts or the political terrorist, their aim is the same – to overthrow, or keep at bay, what they perceive as a hindering force to their right to freedom (whatever that may be). But what is the real freedom we all seek? And can we not find another more peaceful method of change? Read More (PDF)
Teresa of Avila: A Woman and Doctor of the Church
“Give up these fears: never pay attention in like
matters to the opinion of the crowd. Behold, these are not the times to
Mystical Living: A Contemplative Action
“There is no need to seek reasons for Your will, for
The way of the mystic is often erroneously understood as a
removal from life to concentrate on the abstract form of divine love.
There may be periods where aloneness or withdrawal is required to
formulate spiritual strength, but the mature mystic is always thrown
fully back into life, very often with enormous energy and capabilities.
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