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Seek God Everywhere: Reflections on the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatiusby Anthony De Mello
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The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius is one of the great masterpieces of the Christian canon. A series of meditations and practices that guides seekers on a journey to spiritual perfection, this manual has been used by millions of religious and lay persons alike for centuries.
Now, in the first new Anthony de Mello book in more than fifteen years, the bestselling author of Awareness takes readers on an in-depth exploration of the practices of St. Ignatius and offers simple guidance and wisdom to help readers navigate the sometimes-confusing byways on the journey to God. Drawn from a series of talks de Mello gave before his untimely death in 1987, this book challenges us to achieve new levels of understanding and inner exploration, with chapters on how to hear the voice of the divine, the need for repentance, and how to ascend to love in our day-to-day life,.
A must-have for fans of de Mello’s work and anyone interested in learning to pray in profound and meaningful ways, Seek God Everywhere is an inspirational and practical work that will transform your life.
The best-selling author of The Way to Love draws on the practices of St. Ignatius to counsel readers how to sift through conflicting advice and live a life in accordance with God, providing chapters on such topics as repentance, discernment and attaining love. Original.
Anthony de Mello, S.J., was the director of the Sadhana Institute of Pastoral Counseling in Pune, India. A member of the Jesuit province of Bombay (Mumbai), he was known throughout the world for his writings and spiritual conferences. Although he died suddenly in 1987, through his many books, including Awareness, Sadhana, and The Song of the Bird, which have been translated into more than thirty- five languages, he leaves a rich legacy of spiritual teaching.
Table of Contents
Introduction — First principle and foundation — Our sinfulness — Repentance — The kingdom of Christ — Being interiorly free : the three classes of people — "Elections" : making life decisions — Discernment of spirits — The third and fourth weeks — Contemplation to attain the love of God.
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