Santa Teresa illuminates the soul through spiritual communion with the saints

This beautiful nun promised to go down and drop a rain of roses before he died very young. The more I learn about Santa Teresa, the more I understand that it has the ability to communicate with us and even lead us to communion with the saints of heaven. Bring roses to those who are looking for help.

Santa Thress de Lisieux, known as the Little Flower and Santa Teresa, wrote one of the most read spiritual books in the world, Story of a Soul. He wrote the manuscript while he was at the Carmel Convent, in France, where he died very young of tuberculosis. His vocation was love and his mission was to teach his small ways to souls. While he died, he asked God to allow him to spend heaven on earth doing well until the end of the world. She also declared "after my death I will drop a rain of roses" and promised "I will already go down!"

Have you witnessed the presence of Santa Teresa? The experience was probably subtle because it practices small ways to teach souls to love the Lord. I have been within reach of their little ways and I was surprised to find out their presence and their gifts. It is truly a great blessing to know this beautiful saint, and I am honored that she is the one who chose my patroness when she was confirmed in the Catholic Church many years ago.

I adore the little ways in which he has come into contact with me. My first impression of Santa Teresa was like a little boy looking at his image. She was such a beautiful nun that stuck the crucifix and the roses with the black veil of her habit framing her face. This image hanged in Lillian's room and I spent many hours of small. She was a nanny who was more grandmother to me. I had lost my father and my maternal grandmother at four years and Lillian filled up more than a gap in my life. I loved it and it spoiled me. She and her husband also offered in me a reverence for prayer and devotion.

Quiet and sure that Santa Teresa has always guarded me. At 12 I chose it as my patron because of this wonderful picture. He advances until age 36 and I am trapped in a terrifying and devastating marriage to a sociopath. I do not know how to turn myself and depression and pain overwhelm me. At this time I spoke with a co-worker who was also a psychic and informed me that I had a spiritual guide. He described her as a woman with the dark hair that was behind me. I had no idea who this spiritual guide would be, but I asked who he was, please help me.

I went back to my office where I was alone at my desk and started praying to help. He had a pencil in his hand and a yellow desk on the desk. My prayers asked for help because I did not know what path I had to go through. My life was so desperate and without possibility of escape. While praying in silence, I noticed that my pencil was moving. Then I looked in surprise as that pencil began to slip gently for the tablet. They appeared words that I will never forget: Lousy World Better Love Now.

Go ahead quickly ten years longer and I'm very happily married to a wonderful man. We are in Los Angeles working at the Northridge earthquake. On a Sunday we took a break and led me to a flea market that took place at the Rose Bowl. As we walked up and down the freight corridors of that parking lot, my eyes fell on the beautiful image of Santa Teresa. Now hang in my bedroom twenty years later and I'm still marveling that I found Santa Teresa at the Rose Bowl.

I did not discover the presence of Santa Teresa until years later. It was after I started my own search for the spiritual truth. This trip began when I was about 43 years old and I took the Bible that Lillian had given me and I read all this many times. My study evolved from this intense study of the Bible to include apocryphal books and lost ancient manuscripts. I read books about theories of Kabala, Eastern Mysticism, Zohar and Jungian. Then, to my surprise, I discovered the mystics of the West.

I had been raised in the Catholic Church but I had no idea that we had Western mystics! I was fascinated by St. Patrick's Teresa Avilla, San Juan de la Cruz, and I was surprised by St. John Teresa de Lisieux!

I found Therese in her book, Story of a Soul. She had always been with me and had not seen before. During reading this book, I found with its dying days that he explained how the pen with which he wrote was becoming too heavy. He finished his last words by typing with a pencil! Oh yes, I recognized her then!

Our relationship has continued to grow and I marvel at the roses I encounter along the way and silently recognize the help and guidance of my wonderful Santa Teresa.

In a recent trip to Chicago I loved the rose water tower in front of my hotel room in Rosemont, Illinois. I knew that Santa Teresa and Maria Magdalena greeted me when I arrived.

Therese leads me to the right paths in search of truth about mysteries of the Bible. She provided answers to my questions about the mysterious Mary Magdalene and her relationship with Jesus. She makes a new light on the stories of the Bible and the people of antiquity. Contribute answers that complete the story. Santa Teresa inspires to write.

Santa Teresa wrote his manuscript until the pencil fell from his hand. The last words you wrote are "… through trust and love." The book was first published in France and entitled Histoire d & # 39; une Ame in 1898. It quickly became a spiritual classic read by millions and was translated into languages ‚Äč‚Äčthroughout the world. Therese was born on January 2, 1973 and died on September 30, 1897 at the young age of 24 years.

I think Santa Teresa is still guiding my pencil. I have no doubt, but that Santa Teresa can come and fall. They shower what they can see with their roses!

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