I just got done reading Hierotheos Vlachos' "The Illness and Cure of the Soul in Orthodox Tradition." It was superb, mind-opening book and exactly what I needed to read.
And, I want more. According to the introduction, "The Illness and Cure of the Soul in the Orthodox Tradition" was the distillation of his teachings from his previous books: "Orthodox Psychotherapy," "Therapeutic Treatment" and "Conversations about Orthodox Psychothereapy." There is also a book of his called "Orthodox Spirituality."
I have found some of these offered in English translation through http://www.pelagia.org/htm/index.htm
, and I have read through some of the materials. Yet, I do not know which book to read next (or if I even need to read any more of them).
I want to read more about the particulars of theosis, and I want the cites to the Fathers. "Orthodox Pyschotherapy" seems to meet those criteria, but I don't know.
Hence, my first question: If you have first-hand experience with the books of Hierotheos Vlachos, which of his books (in English) discusses theosis in reasonably thorough detail and with patristic citations?
Also, is there a book (by any author or another) which discusses the practicalities of praxis (keeping the commandments, fasts, how to set up an icon corner, how to pray, etc.) that you can recommend?