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The Middle Ages saw a flourishing of mysticism that was astonishing for its richness and distinctiveness. The medieval period was unlike any other period of Christianity in producing people who frequently claimed visions of Christ and Mary, uttered /5.
The great theologian and spiritual writer, Bouyer, focusing on the lives and writings of five women mystics, shows that contrary to the modern idea that the supposed inferiority of women is an inheritance from Christianity, women have played a fundamental role in the Church/5(8).
The Feminine Mystique, a landmark book by feminist Betty Friedan published in that described the pervasive dissatisfaction among women in mainstream American society in the post.
In the book, Friedan challenged the widely shared belief in the s that "fulfillment as a woman had only one definition for American women after —the housewife-mother."  The phrase "feminine mystique" was created by Friedan to show the assumptions that women would be fulfilled from their housework, marriage, sexual lives, and : Betty Friedan.
Then this delightful edition of an introduction to the Mystic Mothers of the monastic era is the book for you. You are invited to explore some of the great female Saints like Theresa of Avila, Madam Guyon, Bridget of Ireland and many more in this easy to read book with some surprises along the way.
Mystic Mothers includes. Medieval women's mysticism was "a succession of insights and revelations about God that gradually transformed the recipient" according to historian Elizabeth Petroff of Oxford University in her book, Body and Soul. The word " mysticism " has its origin in ancient Greece where individuals called the mystae participated in mystery religions.
Alexandra David-Néel author of books on Tibetan Mysticism. Yeshe Tsogyal 8th century CE Tibetan mystic, consort of Padmasambhava.
Shelley Emling, the senior editor of Huff/P dives into the life of one of these brave female mystics in her forthcoming book, Setting the World on Fire: The Brief, Astonishing Life of St.
Catherine of Siena. For Emling, Catherine and other female mystics demonstrate the challenging but empowering task of being guided by a divine for. Modern mystic Dr. Diana L. Hayes is an author and professor emerita of systematic theology at Georgetown University.
She was the first African American woman to earn a Pontifical Doctorate in Theology. In her book No Crystal Stair: Womanist Spirituality, Hayes writes about the never-ending dance of giving and receiving.
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Female Mystics, Part I. August 2, Susan. Episcopalians, Catholics, & Protestants. Back in March I did a post about “Religion and Spirituality,” in which I shared a bit about my friend River Jordan’s wonderful new book, Confessions of a Christian Mystic.
River is Episcopalian, and I’m Orthodox. River introduced me to the work of the. Even people who have not read The Feminine Mystique can often identify it as a book that drew attention to the massive unhappiness of women trying to fit a media-idealized “happy suburban housewife” image.
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Altogether, this book is a great contribution to the ongoing study of medieval women writers. I recommend it highly.” Joan M. Nuth, Ph.D. author of God's Lovers in an Age of Anxiety: The Medieval English Mystics. About the Author. Elizabeth Ruth Obbard was born into an army family and educated in England and Germany.
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What Female Mystics Experienced. Medieval mysticism was primarily visual and affective; the mystic saw and felt truth, saw God or Christ or the saints, and was flooded with love for what she saw.
So powerful was this love that she felt compelled to share it with others. Mystical names summon figures of mythology and legend, of magic and mystery.
The mystical names here hail from a range of different cultures and stories. Some names, such as Lilith and Phoenix, remain strongly tied to their myth of origin. Others, like Jason and Maya, are so far removed that many may be unaware they are mythological names.
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To the mystic, a personal experience of spirituality is always more powerful and more important than book-learning or hearsay. Simply going to church isn't enough for the mystic.
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Calling the new book a “bomb” soon to drop in the Catholic world, Munsterman writes that the author of the work is Father Koen De Meester, a Flemish Carmelite expert on mysticism who before he died in also authored books on great female saints such as Thérèse of Lisieux, Elizabeth of the Trinity and Edith Stein.
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