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Dark Night of the Soul - Book II, Chapter IV Summary & Analysis

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Book II, Chapter IV Summary and Analysis

The dark night refers to the darkness of the natural senses and lack of understanding with respect to the things of God. It is in this darkness that the spirit of man goes in search for God. The spirit is not observed leaving on its journey. It is a happy day for the man who seeks God in the divine way rather than in the human and the natural ways. When the spirit is united with God, it no longer understands or loves in the base ways but rather in the divine way. Therefore the spirit and the soul of the man are transformed into a new person.

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