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Works inspired by Meister Eckhart 

ELPENOR EDITIONS IN PRINT

HOMER

PLATO

ARISTOTLE

THE GREEK OLD TESTAMENT (SEPTUAGINT)

THE NEW TESTAMENT

PLOTINUS

DIONYSIUS THE AREOPAGITE

MAXIMUS CONFESSOR

SYMEON THE NEW THEOLOGIAN

CAVAFY

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In Johannes Tauler (1300 - 1361), Heinrich Suso (1295 - 1366), and Jan van Ruysbroeck (1293 - 1381) one encounters personalities in whose life and work appear in most impressive manner those movements of the soul which a spiritual path such as that of Meister Eckhart causes in profound natures. If Eckhart seems to be a man who, in the blissful experiencing of spiritual rebirth, speaks of the qualities and nature of knowledge as of a picture he has succeeded in painting, then the others appear as wanderers to whom this rebirth has shown a new road which they mean to walk, but the end of which for them has been removed to an infinite distance. - Rudolf Steiner

Hymns by H. Suso: The Chase * The Finding * The Knight of God * The Mat * The Night Watch * The Meeting * The Thirst of God * The New Song * The Dance * "Out of the Depths" * "I Am Not" * The Master's Hand

and J. Tauler: My God * In the Garden of God

Source : Hymns of Ter Steegen Suso and others, by Frances Bevan, London 


Modern Eckhart Inspiration


Martin Burke Poems

Reading Meister Eckhart

This Singing Ground

Lee Evans Poems

The Decalogue Of Love

Alone With You

Meister Eckhart's Christmas Sermon

Deaf, Dumb, and Blind

Eustace's Dream

The Story of Basle

 

Elpenor Editions in Print

Learned Freeware

 

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