The analogy that frames the whole book God lives and calls souls to worship. It is the soul itself.
This is where the soul first enters when she has decided to turn inward to pray.
Where the soul begins to understand the benefit of leaving the temptations of the world behind and is better able to hear God calling her deeper into prayer.
Where the soul begins to be deeply determined to live a life pleasing to God and turn herself over to His guidance.
The place in which the soul begins to perceive the supernatural, a more beautiful dwelling because she is getting closer to where the King lives.
Where the Prayer of Union comes in which the soul dies to this world in order to live completely for God.
Where the soul's...
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