This volume features an unabridged translation into modern English of The Spiritual Guide, one of the classic texts of the Quietist movement. The Spiritual Guide was written by Miguel de Molinos (c. 1628–1696), who was one of the most important figures in the religious controversy known as Quietism. With this volume, readers may better understand this controversial movement that emphasized stillness and contemplation over active meditation or inner acts of the will.
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Miguel de Molinos (1628-1696) was a Spanish mystic, the chief representative of the religious revival known as Quietism.