April 2, 2007
St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

(He stood and watched me finish my rosary – silently fingering the beads that seemed to be part of his habit.)

He says: “I have come to help you understand the difference between the Fifth and the Sixth Chambers. The Fifth Chamber is Union with the Divine Will. When two things are united, they are still distinguishable as separate entities–like the Two Hearts in the United Hearts Image. But the Sixth Chamber is even more.”

“In the Sixth Chamber the human will is immersed in the Divine Will so that they are, so to speak, mixed together. No longer can one be distinguished from the other. As St. Paul said, ‘It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives through me.' The two wills–the Divine Will and the free will–are blended together, one immersed in the other, to become one.”