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Henrique Suso

Data de nascimento: 21. Março 1295
Data de falecimento: 25. Janeiro 1366

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Heinrich Seuse , também chamado Amandus, que adotou nos seus escritos, e Heinrich Suso em alemão, Henrique Suso em português foi um místico e teólogo germânico, declarado beato em 1831 pelo Papa Gregório XVI.

Suso e o seu amigo dominicano Johann Tauler eram discípulos de Mestre Eckhart, também dominicano que formaram Os amigos de Deus, núcleo da que veio a ser conhecida como escola de misticismo renano. Como poeta lírico e trovador da sabedoria divina, Suso explorou com intensidade psicológica as verdade espirituais da filosofia mística de Eckart. As suas obras devotas foram imensamente populares nos finais da Idade Média.

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„No one can explain this to another just“

— Henry Suso
Context: No one can explain this to another just In this wild mountain region of the 'where' beyond God there is an abyss full of play and feeling for all pure spirits with words. No one can explain this to another just with words. One knows it by experiencing it One knows it by experiencing it.

„Here to lose oneself forever is eternal happiness.“

— Henry Suso
Context: In the darkness beyond distinct manner of existing, all multiplicity disappears and the spirit loses what is its own. It disappears with regard to its own activity. This is the highest goal and the 'where' beyond boundaries. In this the spirituality of all spirits ends. Here to lose oneself forever is eternal happiness. To lose oneself forever is eternal happiness

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„In this wild mountain region of the 'where' beyond God there is an abyss full of play and feeling for all pure spirits“

— Henry Suso
Context: In this wild mountain region of the 'where' beyond God there is an abyss full of play and feeling for all pure spirits.

„One knows it by experiencing it.“

— Henry Suso
Context: No one can explain this to another just In this wild mountain region of the 'where' beyond God there is an abyss full of play and feeling for all pure spirits with words. No one can explain this to another just with words. One knows it by experiencing it One knows it by experiencing it.

„Eternity is life that is beyond time but includes within itself all time but without a before or after. And whoever is taken into the Eternal Nothing possesses all in all and has no 'before or after'. Indeed a person taken within today would not have been there for a shorter period from the point of view of eternity than someone who had been taken“

— Henry Suso
Context: Eternity is life that is beyond time but includes within itself all time but without a before or after. And whoever is taken into the Eternal Nothing possesses all in all and has no 'before or after'. Indeed a person taken within today would not have been there for a shorter period from the point of view of eternity than someone who had been taken Whoever is taken into the Eternal Nothing possesses all in all and has no 'before or after' within a thousand years ago.

„Here in this region beyond thought the human spirit actively soars“

— Henry Suso
Context: Here in this region beyond thought the human spirit actively soars. Here in this region beyond thought the human spirit actively soars

„Question: Does a detached person remain unoccupied all the time, or what does he or she do?
Answer: The activity of really detached people lies in their becoming detached, and their achievement is to remain unoccupied because they remain calm in action and unconcerned about their achievements.
Question: What is their conduct toward their fellow human beings?
Answer: They enjoy the companionship of people, but without being compromised by them. They love them without attachment, and they show them sympathy without anxious concern - all in true freedom.
Question: Is such a person required to go to confession?
Answer: The confession that is motivated by love is nobler than one motivated by necessity.
Question: What is such people’s prayer like? Are they supposed to pray, too?
Answer: Their prayer is effective because they forestall the influence of the senses. God is spirit and knows whether this person has put an obstacle in the way or whether he or she has acted from selfish impulses. And then a light is enkindled in their highest power, which makes clear that God is the being, life and activity within them and that they are merely instruments.
Question: What are such a person's eating, drinking and sleeping like?
Answer: Externally, and in keeping with their sensuous nature, the outward person eats. Internally, however, they are as if not eating; otherwise, One does not arrive at the goal by asking questions. It is rather through detachment that one comes to this hidden truth they would be enjoying food and rest like an animal. This is also the case in other things pertaining to human existence.“

— Henry Suso

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„Disciple: The truth be praised! Dear Lord, tell me, does anything (of this self) still remain in the happy, detached person?
Truth: Without a doubt it happens that, when the good and loyal servant is led into the joy of his Lord, he becomes drunk from the limitless overabundance of God's house. What happens to a drunken man happens to him, though it cannot really be described, that he so forgets his self that he is not at all his self and consequently has got rid of his self completely and lost himself entirely in God, becoming one spirit in all ways with him, just as a small drop of water does which has been dropped into a large amount of wine. Just as the drop of water loses itself, drawing the taste and colour of the wine to and into itself, so it happens that those who are in full possession of blessedness lose all human desires in an inexpressible manner, and they ebb away from themselves and are immersed completely in the divine will. Otherwise, if something of the individual were to remain of which he or she were not completely emptied, scripture could not be true in stating that God shall When the good and loyal servant is led into the joy of his Lord, he becomes drunk from the limitless overabundance of God's house. What happens to a drunken man happens to him, though it cannot really be described, that he so forgets his self that he is not at all his self become all things in all things. Certainly one's being remains, but in a different form, in a different resplendence, and in a different power. This is all the result of total detachment from self.“

— Henry Suso

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