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Molinos's Spiritual Guide may be the first Western discussion of the technique known in Hindu teachings as "Raja Yoga." For teaching that to know God, one must empty one's mind, quieting all other thoughts, and God will fill your mind and soul.
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The Spiritual Guide by Miguel de Molinos The English translation was published in London, inand is a translation of an Italian edition published in Venice, in The English translation has the author as “Dr.
Michael de Molinos”. The transcription was performed in November and December offrom a microfilmed. Molinos” rather than “Miguel de Molinos.” The microfilmed copy was produced by University Microfilms Inter-national, Ann Arbor, Michigan U.S.A., and is catalogued as M Molinos, Miguel de.
The spiritual guide. [London], printed, 8°. The transcription was performed in November and December of by Arthur D’ Size: KB. Summary: Miguel de Molinos was a Spanish mystic, the chief representative of the religious revival known as Quietism.
InMolinos published his most famous work, the Spiritual Guide, which eventually led to him being imprisoned for life by the Holy Office.
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The spiritual guide | Miguel de Molinos | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. AN ACCOUNT Of the following BOOK To all sorts of Readers. The Book that is here presented ye, is a Translation from the Italian Copy, Printed at Venice in The first Man that got it, with difficulty, out of the Authour’s hands, and then had it Printed at Rome inwith all the solemnity of approbations, was Fryer John of St.
Mary, who styles himself Provincial; and he. Miguel de Molinos is the author of "Miguel de Molinos: The Spiritual Guide". In the Paulist Press edition, this work was edited and translated by Robert P.
Baird with an introduction by Robert P. Baird and Bernard McGinn/5(7). Michael Molinos was a Spanish Roman Catholic mystic. He may be termed a quietist, a person who prays quietly.
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The Spiritual Guide, The Spiritual Guide which Disentangles the Soul — Miguel de Molinos. Which disentangles the Soul, and by the. inward way, leads it to the Fruition of This whole Practical Book tends chiefly to this end, because it is not enough to ascertain the inward way of Contemplation, if the obstacles be not taken out of the way.
The Unabridged Collected Works of Miguel Molinos & Francois Fenelon, two Quietist mystics. This volume, which is a compilation, contains the only two works of Michael Molinos known to exist: The Spiritual Guide and Frequent Daily Communion.
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The writings of the Spanish priest Miguel de Molinos () formed the basis of the Quietist movement in the Roman Catholic Church. Both his works and the movement were condemned by Rome. Born in Muniesa near Saragossa on JMiguel de Molinos received a doctorate in theology from the University of Valencia.
Miguel de Molinos Quotes. The bottom of our soul, you will know, is the place of our happiness. Miguel de Molinos (The Spiritual Guide - Book 3: Chapter 7, ) True love is known, with its effects, when the Soul is profoundly humbled. Miguel de Molinos (The Spiritual Guide - Book 3: Chapter 7, ).
InMolinos published a book entitled "Il Guida Spirituale," to which were subjoined recommendatory letters from several great personages. One of these was by the archbishop of Reggio; a second by the general of the Franciscans; and a third by Father Martin de Esparsa, a Jesuit, who had been divinity-professor both at Salamanca and Rome.
This volume, which is a compilation, contains the only two works of Michael Molinos known to exist: The Spiritual Guide and Frequent Daily Communion.
It also contains three of Francois Fenelon's most beloved works: Spiritual Progress, Maxims of the Saints, and Spiritual Letters. Followers: Book Review. The Spiritual Guide By Miguel de Molinos. Edited and translated by Robert P.
Baird Publisher: New York: Paulist Press, Classics of Western Spirituality Series. ISBN The Spanish mystic Miguel de Molinos () is one of the most controversial figures in Roman Catholic history. Select beautiful mystical quotes from three Christian Mystics, two (Miguel de Molinos and Jeanne Guyon) from the Quetist movement in the th century, and one from late middle ages (Julian of.
This document is a transcription of an English translation of The Spiritual Guide by Miguel de Molinos The English translation was published in London, inand is a translation of an Italian edition published in Venice, in The English translation has the author as. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Classics of Western Spirituality: Miguel de Molinos: The Spiritual Guide (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay.
Free shipping for many products. Miguel de Molinos (circa – ) was a Spanish mystic. He was educated at the College of St Paul and ordained inlater becoming affiliated with the Roman chapter of the School of Christ. As a spiritual director he became known as the leading advocate of the teaching and practice known as Quietism.
Last update: Janu Miguel [or Michael] de Molinos  Authentic Excerpts from his Work entitled: The Spiritual GUIDE A Repoduction of the Title Page appears below. First written in by Miguel de Molinos, The Spiritual Guide still carries advice and information relevant to the art of interior prayer today.
In the seventeenth century it provoked sensational reactions, both of approval and controversy. This is the present-day reader's chance to discover a text, whose promotion of an 'interior way to contemplation and the rich treasure of inner peace.
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Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Miguel de Molinos. Spiritual Guide. Robert P. Baird. An unabridged translation into modern English from the critical edition, of one of the classic texts of the Quietist movement, Spiritual Guide of Miguel de Molinos (c.
), who was one of the most important figures in the religious controvers. The Spiritual Guide to the Inward Way. By Miguel de Molinos. The Author to the Reader. THERE is nothing more difficult, than to please all People, nor more easie and common than to censure Books that come abroad in the World.Miguel de Molinos was a prominent Catholic mystic born in Saragossa, Spain in about He was encouraged to write The Spiritual Guide, which also became very popular.
It was translated into every major European language. It was even approved by the Inquisition. Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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