29 Jan Entering the Castle: An Inner Path to God and Your Soul. Caroline Myss, Author, Ken Wilber, Foreword by. Free Press $25 (p) ISBN. 1 Mar Entering the Castle by Caroline Myss is a powerful 9-CD program that will give you a deeply personal, revelatory experience of your soul. Entering the Castle Finding the Inner Path to God and Your Soul’s Purpose ” The New Age is middle-aged and needs a makeover,” says Caroline Myss, author.
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Teresa of Avila was an amazing mystic. She has since appeared on the The Oprah Winfrey Show numerous times.
I just don’t know what it is. Passengers Pray During Plane Crash, Get access to the best in romance: Jul 10, Elizabeth Olson rated it really liked it Shelves: A motivational teacher and New York Times bestselling author presents an enterring new guide to awakening the spirit within.
Those familiar with Campbell will find it familiar but brand new; and those who haven’t read Campbell will likely find the discovery of this path an epiphany. But, if you are in the mood to be talked down to by someone who believes they are higher than thou and preached to about all the things you are doing wrong in your life, this is a must.
What fears would you let go and what negative attitudes or jealousies would you exercise if you had the chance? I read this after I re-read Interior Castle by St. A magical and moving handbook of your own deepest and divine powers. You cannot avoid entreing yourself, no matter which path in life you take.
Entering the Castle
It is filled with exercises; meditations and questions for reflecting on, and contemplative practices. Free eBook available to NEW subscribers only. The spiritual language alone will not just rustle your soul gently out of a slumber, it will roar it to life in a way from which there is no return.
Those who are searching for inner connections. Jul 09, Ashley rated it did not like it.
The need for lots of personal work is a continuing and honest theme supported by many of the world faiths. But I recommend reading the original from St.
Teresa said that it is impossible to progress through the mansions regardless of how much one wants.
Caroline Myss: Entering the Castle of the Soul
Superficial is the word that comes to mind although I do not want to to discredit the author’s cqroline. A fully healthy you. Definitely tops all of her other books, at least for me.
Why We Are Spiritually Discontent. There is a part of us that absolutely longs to know that’s real. Your soul as Castle is a mystical sanctuary into which you can retreat whenever you need to gather your strength, clear your mind of debris, or regain your footing.
I know that I’ll be coming back to them over and over. Four hundred years ago, Teresa of Avila took a journey into her soul and to God and mapped her adventure in The Interior Castle.
It is a path of self-knowledge that goes much deeper because the goal is to become a vessel of grace muss that goal of What’s in it for me? Thanks for telling us about the problem. This is an awesome book but it needs to be read with conviction ;- It requires commitment, hard work and sincerity to make it through.
Entering the Castle: An Inner Path to God and Your Soul by Caroline Myss
I was excited when Definitely tops all of her other books, at least for me. I’ve said elsewhere that Myss carolune hard core. The only contribution, and this a small one, is the usage of a quite common metaphor for considering one’s life, that of a castle or house of many rooms. Oliver DeMille say this about this book and I wanted to take note of it for when I read it: I was excited to read this book, but I’m giving up on it half way through. Jul 17, Susan is currently reading it.
If you are not ready for this type of spiritual upheaval, don’t enter the Castle. Yes, you have to do your homework, but only grace energy, power, or whatever term one uses from God will empower you to do so, not your own volition. As such, the book is part mystery and part self-help, part seven-act classic and part historical novel. Like Ken Wilber says in the forward: But what they’re really tapping into, what they’re really sensing, is that they have a need to discover their profound capacity to channel grace.
Finding God is much harder. She writes in a way that I can connect with in my Roman Catholic tradition.
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By the time I reached the fourth mansion, it was pure joy – the seventh mansion was ecstacy. A mystic is someone who has a sense of interior connection with a force of life, of meaning, much greater than themselves, a connection to God.
I do believe that. Aug 18, Carole rated it liked it Shelves: yhe