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  1. 6.5 hrs • 6/15/2016 • Unabridged

    “With His gentle hand He wounded my neck And caused all my senses to be suspended.” Part poetic masterpiece, part mystic treatise, Dark Night of the Soul by sixteenth century Carmelite monk, St. John of the Cross, addresses the feeling of being forgotten by the presence of the almighty that every Christian, desirous of walking more closely with God must pass through in order to learn to walk by faith and not by sight. Spiritual persons suffer great trials by reason of the fear which they have of being lost on the road, thinking that all spiritual blessing is over for them and that God has abandoned them since they find no help or pleasure in good things. Then they grow weary and endeavor to concentrate their faculties with some degree of pleasure upon some object of meditation, thinking that, when they are not doing this and yet are conscious of making an effort, they are doing nothing. Perhaps one of the most widely recognized of the mystical writings, St. John’s classic Dark Night of the Soul is not only practical theology but a beautiful balm of healing to anyone whose heart has ever echoed the words of Christ, “My God, My God, why hast Thou forsaken me?”

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    Dark Night of the Soul

    6.5 hrs • 6/15/16 • Unabridged
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    14.6 hrs • 7/1/2015 • Unabridged

    This is a new edition of the landmark, worldwide bestseller on the life of the famed medical clairvoyant and founding father of the New Age: Edgar Cayce. Edgar Cayce is known to millions today as the grandfather of the New Age. A medical clairvoyant, psychic, and Christian mystic, Cayce provided medical, psychological, and spiritual advice to thousands of people who swore by the effectiveness of his trance-based readings. But Cayce was not always a household name. When a young, skeptical journalist named Thomas Sugrue first met Cayce in 1927, the world had not yet heard of the “sleeping prophet.” During years of unique access, Sugrue completed his landmark biography, which on its publication in 1942 brought national attention to Cayce and stands as the sole record written during the seer’s lifetime. This edition includes a new introduction by historian Mitch Horowitz that highlights the enduring significance of Cayce’s message and the role this book played in its dissemination.

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    There Is a River by Thomas Sugrue

    There Is a River

    Introduction by Mitch Horowitz
    14.6 hrs • 7/1/15 • Unabridged
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  3. 12.8 hrs • 2/16/2010 • Unabridged

    “I remained, lost in oblivion; My face I reclined on the Beloved. All ceased and I abandoned myself, leaving my cares forgotten among the lillies.” Thus writes sixteenth century Spanish poet and mystic, St. John of the Cross. In this, his third work, the author reflects on the nature of a personal union with Christ, found in the abandonment of self.

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    Ascent of Mount Carmel

    Edited and mildly modernized by Henry L. Carreigan Jr.
    Read by James Adams
    12.8 hrs • 2/16/10 • Unabridged
  4. 7.7 hrs • 9/1/2009 • Unabridged

    A seminal work of Spanish mysticism, Teresa of Ávila’s The Way of Perfection describes the practices and qualities of a prayerful life devoted to Christ. Although it was written over five hundred years ago solely for the nuns of her convent, her devotion continues to instruct and inspire believers today. 

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    The Way of Perfection

    7.7 hrs • 9/1/09 • Unabridged
  5. 4.4 hrs • 6/29/2009 • Unabridged

    Though the author of this fourteenth-century classic remains anonymous, in no way does that diminish the importance of this work. The author’s simple and straightforward style calls us to love God in a deeper manner. This inspirational title has influenced and directed many Christians throughout the centuries and continues to be a model of contemplative and devotional prayer. 

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    Cloud of Unknowing

    4.4 hrs • 6/29/09 • Unabridged
  6. 6.3 hrs • 12/1/2008 • Unabridged

    C. S. Lewis is generally regarded as a commonsense Christian whose theology is understandable and practical. And yet, from his memoir Surprised by Joy to his beloved Chronicles of Narnia, from his nonfiction essays to his letters, C. S. Lewis’ works display a distinct sense of the mystical. In this book, David C. Downing explores the breadth of Lewis’ writing, introducing us to the context of Christian mysticism in Lewis’ day and to the writers who most influenced him. Lewis’ critique of mysticism is instructive to us in this day of eclectic religious thought. Exploring Lewis’ sense of the mystical can help us safeguard ourselves from false mysticism, even as it opens the way to a full experience of God’s presence.

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    Into the Region of Awe by David C. Downing

    Into the Region of Awe

    6.3 hrs • 12/1/08 • Unabridged
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  7. 12.8 hrs • 12/3/2007 • Unabridged

    Does religious experience come from God, or is it just the random firing of neurons in the brain? Drawing on brain research on Carmelite nuns that has attracted major media attention and provocative new research in near-death experiences, The Spiritual Brain proves that genuine, life-changing spiritual events can be documented. The authors make a convincing case for what many in science are loathe to consider—that it is God who creates our spiritual experiences, not the brain. Challenging the conclusions of such books as Richard Dawkins’ The God Delusion and Daniel C. Dennett’s Breaking the Spell, this book will be of interest to readers on both sides of a hot-button issue at the meeting place of science and faith.

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    The Spiritual Brain

    12.8 hrs • 12/3/07 • Unabridged
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    5.0 hrs • 5/1/2000 • Abridged

    It has been nearly five decades since Shirley MacLaine commenced her brave and public commitment to chronicling her personal quest for spiritual understanding. Now Shirley is back -- with her most breathtakingly powerful and unique book yet. The Camino is the story of a riveting odyssey that began with a pair of anonymous handwritten letters imploring Shirley to make a difficult pilgrimage along the Santiago de Compostela Camino in Spain. Throughout history, countless pilgrims have taken up the trail. It is an ancient -- and allegedly enchanted -- pilgrimage. People from St. Francis of Assisi to Dante and Chaucer have taken the journey -- a nearly 500-mile trek across highways, mountains, cities and fields. For Shirley, the Camino was both an intense spiritual and physical challenge. For a woman in her sixth decade completing such a grueling trip on foot in thirty days at twenty miles per day was remarkable. But even more astounding was her spiritual route: back thousands of years, through past lives to the very origin of the universe. With rich insight, humility, and grace, The Camino promises listeners the journey of a thousand lifetimes.

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    The Camino

    5.0 hrs • 5/1/00 • Abridged
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