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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 228 pages of information about The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day.

[Footnote 85:  On all this, cf.  J. Varendonck, “The Psychology of Day-dreams.”]

[Footnote 86:  Jacob Boehme:  “The Way to Christ,” Pt.  IV.]

[Footnote 87:  Patmore:  “The Rod, the Root and the Flower:  Aurea Dicta,” 13.]

[Footnote 88:  Ruysbroeck:  “The Book of the XII Beguines,” Cap. 6.]

[Footnote 89:  “The Book of the XII Beguines,” Cap. 7.]

[Footnote 90:  “The Way of Perfection,” Cap. 29.]

[Footnote 91:  “The Cloud of Unknowing,” Cap. 39.]

[Footnote 92:  Ibid.]

[Footnote 93:  “Eternal Life,” p. 396.]

[Footnote 94:  Penn:  “No Cross, No Crown.”]

[Footnote 95:  “The Book of the XII Beguines,” Cap, 7.]

[Footnote 96:  De Imit.  Christi, Bk.  III, Cap.  I]

[Footnote 97:  Streeter and Appasamy:  “The Sadhu, a Study in Mysticism and Practical Religion,” Pt.  V.]

[Footnote 98: 

    Que frutti reducene de esta tua visione? 
    Vita ordinata en onne nazione.

—­Jacopone da Todi:  Lauda 79.]

[Footnote 99:  Julian of Norwich:  “Revelations of Divine Love,” Caps. 2, 3, 4.]

[Footnote 100:  “Soeur Therese de l’Enfant-Jesus,” Cap. 8.]

[Footnote 101:  William Penn:  “No Cross, No Crown.”]

[Footnote 102:  De Imit.  Christi, Bk.  III, Cap. 58.]

[Footnote 103:  “Way of Perfection,” Cap. 33.]

[Footnote 104:  “The Book of the XII Beguines,” Cap. 7.]

[Footnote 105:  Meister Eckhart, Pred.  I.]

[Footnote 106:  “The Way of Perfection,” Cap. 29.]

[Footnote 107:  “A Short and Easy Method of Prayer,” Cap. 21.]

[Footnote 108:  Baudouin:  “Suggestion and Auto-Suggestion,” Pt.  II, Cap 6.]

[Footnote 109:  Op. cit.  Cap. 40.]

[Footnote 110:  Baudouin:  “Suggestion and Auto-Suggestion,” loc. cit.]

[Footnote 111:  “Revelations of Divine Love,” Cap. 27.]

[Footnote 112:  “De Itinerario Mentis in Deo,” Cap. 7.]

[Footnote 113:  Op. cit., Cap. 43.]

[Footnote 114:  Hymns of the Weary Willie type:  e.g.

    “O Paradise, O Paradise
    Who does not sigh for rest?”

should never be sung in congregations where the average age is less than sixty.  Equally unsuited to general use are those expressing disillusionment, anxiety, or impotence.  Any popular hymnal will provide an abundance of examples.]

[Footnote 115:  Quoted by Pratt:  “The Religious Consciousness,” Cap. 7.]

[Footnote 116:  “The Way of Perfection,” Cap. 31.]

[Footnote 117:  “The Way to Christ,” Pt.  IV.]

[Footnote 118:  Op. cit., Cap. 32.]



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