- Title: Falling Into the Arms of God: Meditations on St. Teresa of Avila
- Author: Megan Don
- Released: 2005-05-10
- Pages: 176
- ISBN: 1577314840
- ISBN13: 978-1577314844
- ASIN: 1577314840
-- Alan Cohen, author of I Had It All the Time
"Megan Don has written a beautiful and most helpful book on Teresa of Avila. I especially like the way it is laid out in short meditations for daily use. I would think that many would find this book very helpful in praying with St. Teresa of Avila."
-- John Michael Talbot, Founder, Spiritual Father, and General Minister of Little Portion Hermitage, Arkansas
"We have long needed someone to bring Teresa of Avila out of the rarefied air and into the world that we all inhabit. That is where Teresa herself lived, where the Gospel lives, and where Megan Don is leading us!"
-- Fr. Richard Rohr, O.F.M., Founding Director of the Center for Action and Contemplation
"Megan Don has shared her own contemplation with a journey into Teresa of Avila, the great Carmelite mystic. To all who search for the limitless love of God in a deep relationship of prayer and hope, I commend these meditations as providing valuable spiritual nourishment and encouragement."
-- Denis J. Hart, Archbishop of Melbourne, Australia
"An absorbing and enormously helpful introduction to the spiritual insights of St. Teresa of Avila."
-- Amy Welborn, author of The Words We Pray: Discovering the Richness of Traditional Catholic Prayers
"Megan Don has clearly allowed the spiritual vision of Teresa of Avila to inhabit her life. In Falling into the Arms of God she uses the poignant vision of Teresa to craft a series of metaphoric guideposts for the honest seeker. It is, if one can imagine such a thing, a book of practical mysticism, and it will be a gift to readers seeking a blending of timeless spiritual principles and modern psychological understanding."
-- Kent Nerburn, author of Make Me an Instrument of Your Peace: Living in the Spirit of the Prayer of St. Francis
About the Author Born in New Zealand, Megan Don spent many years traveling to pursue her interests in spirituality and mysticism, particularly the Hindu Bhakti and Islamic Sufi traditions. Seeking the mystical element in Christianity, Megan was led to the monastic traditions, which form the basis of her work today.
Megan is a spiritual counselor and sound healer. Her sound healing abilities were recognized and encouraged by the Aboriginal Walpiri tribal women of Australia, and the Maori people of New Zealand.
Megan teaches at Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY, and at Unity, Unitarian and Episcopal Churches throughout the United States. pdf