Tag: St. Teresa of Jesus

Giving Thanks to God, Recognizing Spiritual Haze

How should we respond to experiencing God in prayer? What is “spiritual haze”, where does it come from, and how should we deal with it? Dan and Melissa look to the wisdom of St Peter of Alcantara in the book “Finding God Through Meditation” for answers.

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Supernatural Obedience

What is supernatural obedience? How does it benefit us to exercise it? Find out as Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in this excerpt from the classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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Come Follow Me

What does it mean to follow Jesus when He says “Come, follow me”? Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects on Christ’s obedience in this excerpt from the classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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The Doctrine of Jesus

Are we blinder these days than the man born blind? And, can Christ’s doctrine cure us? Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects in this excerpt from the classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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Transitioning from Meditation to Contemplation

What is the difference between meditation and contemplation? What does the transition between them look like? Dan and Melissa discuss when and how this transition takes place as they reflect on the book “Finding God Through Meditation” by St Peter of Alcantara.

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Humility in Our Falls

Why do we get discouraged when we fall? Find out as Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects on humility in our falls, in an excerpt from the classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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Knowing Your Sins; Meditating More Effectively

How can we become more aware of our sins? How does disposition help us to meditate more effectively? Dan and Melissa answer these questions as they reflect on the book “Finding God Through Meditation” by St Peter of Alcántara.

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Sin

What happens when we sin? Find out when Father Gabriel of Saint Mary Magdalen reflects on this excerpt from the classic Carmelite meditation book “Divine Intimacy”.

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