Meditations with Hildegard of Bingen

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Inner Traditions / Bear & Co, May 1, 1983 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 132 pages
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Medieval mystic Hildegard of Bingen's timeless writing and divine inspirations invite us to celebrate life and delight in the goodness of creation. Here is an excellent introduction to her words.
 

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I love how Hildegard Von Bingen talks of the need to "live juicy, and to stay wet, green,and moist.
As i do a radio show on KSFR called "living juicy" (www.livingjuicy.org) i was told by Matthew Fox, who write of Von Bingen, that she considered it a sin NOT to live juicy.

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The Divine
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The Manifestation of God
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COCreators of Divine Manifestation
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Page 10 - There is only shrivelled barrenness. The winds are burdened by the utterly awful stink of evil, selfish goings-on. Thunderstorms menace. The air belches out the filthy uncleanliness of the peoples. There pours forth an unnatural, a loathsome darkness, that withers the green, and wizens the fruit that was to serve as food for the people. Sometimes this layer of air is full, full of a fog that is the source of many destructive and barren creatures that destroy and damage the earth, rendering it incapable...
Page 10 - Now in the people that were meant to be green, there is no more life of any kind. There is only shrivelled barrenness. The winds are burdened by the utterly awful stink of evil, selfish goings-on. Thunderstorms menace. The air belches out the filthy uncleanliness of the peoples. There pours forth an unnatural, a loathsome darkness, that withers the green, and wizens the fruit that was to serve as food for the people.

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