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particular language is given to central Europe out of a mystical
mission, in which every single sound of words and their sequence
expresses something occult as for instance in the statement
Es denkt mich,
it thinks me. A long E expresses the reigning, weaving, creating Gods
in the world order and in men, and S spoken long expresses the wavy
astral element that snakes its way through everything.
— that means my I. In other words, the Gods think my I. After
meditating on this one should make one's soul completely empty and only
have the deepest feeling of piety in it.
Es webt mich,
It weaves me. That means the Gods weave my I. We should have a feeling
of the greatest thankfulness for this. Es wirkt mich, It works me, that
is, divine forces work my I. Again feel the divine forces in e, then the
astral s, as we also feel the deepest reverence and devotion.
esoteric knows that his ego and astral body leave the physical and
etheric bodies behind every night. He should then imagine that a
demon took possession of his physical and etheric bodies and that the
ego and astral body couldn't go back into their dwelling. On
awaking he should ask himself: What did you think and do shortly
before awaking? An advanced esoteric does this before he wakes
with full consciousness. At first one can't recall that one
thought or did anything. But after one has pursued this idea for
awhile a thought first flits by and then takes on increasingly firm
forms: You thanked the Gods that they let you live again in the body
that they built for you. — We're born from the Gods:
Ex Deo nascimur.
We should repeat these
three words every morning and accompany them with a feeling of
deepest thankfulness that we've sunk our ego-consciousness back into
the temple that the Gods built for us during Saturn, Sun and Moon
evolution. We no longer have our ego-consciousness at death. Ancient
Atlanteans still entered the spiritual worlds with full
consciousness at death. This was gradually lost, until the
Greeks were very afraid of the realm of the shades. This became
different through the Christ event. By taking Christ into ourselves
we can again get to the point where we press into spiritual worlds
consciously after death, that means to die in Christ:
In Christo morimur.
One must always meditate these three words with a feeling of the deepest
piety in one's heart. And then we must get to the point where we're
conscious of our divine I; it must as it were be born in us again:
Per Spiritum Sanctum reviviscimus.