In many ways, yes. You still need the printed book to study, and make notations, but the reader makes it seem as if St. Teresa herself is reading to you.
It is hard in a spiritual classic like The Interior Castle to pick a most memorable moment, for each insight is worth thought and contemplation. Pressed to answer, I have to say the explanation of intellectual visions.
No, I have not, but I will look for her in the future.
The entire book moves me. This is the fourteenth reading for me.
Remember, this was written in the 16th Century, and the frequent references to humans as worms and unworthy is very much 'of the time.' Also, when she says,
Stunning, Fearsome, Sorrowful
When he realizes he is the only one left alive.
I can't find a favorite, he did such a superb job throughout.
This book has been my companion for many years, the aduio book now travels with me in the car.
The only characters in this book are God and your soul.
He brings a true understanding of the nature of St. John of the Cross, who can be very hard to read. Mr. Kramer's narration helps the listener to grasp the complex subject without any rush and torrent of words.
No, for this is a book that must be taken in slowly and thought about.
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