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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
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    • anthroposophical studies; but during the next few days we shall need
    • Up to this point, accordingly, it is possible to-day to discuss in
    • for anyone seriously resolved to go further, the Way is even to-day
    • clear day into space and sees the blue sky and enjoys the sight. But
    • everyday life it is impossible not to reflect and form judgments upon
    • — the actual world in which man lives to-day, the world of the
    • case — you see that I am describing to-day from a different point
    • wished to bring before you to-day as an introduction.
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • develops are what enable him to reach the stage we spoke of yesterday.
    • spoke yesterday, one must accustom oneself to judge events in like
    • everyday life and one will find how widespread is the quality —
    • somewhat out of date to-day but once played a great role. It was based
    • the point described yesterday; and a man has to go through these
    • ascending into the higher worlds is not such that one can say: To-day
    • Nowadays men build up plenty of abstract ideas on this subject.
    • Moon whether for fourteen days we have more rain or less. Fechner
    • to-day): “Let the matter be put to the test indirectly through
    • tubs in their Leipzig backyards to catch rain-water for washing-day.
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • even appear that the soul of a present-day man, in contemplating these
    • sense-world; conditions are seen such as were described yesterday. But
    • in the same way to-day as they were by Zarathustra, they would feel
    • as can happen also with the soul of to-day. But one must not think of
    • worlds, his feelings were quite similar to those of a present-day man,
    • him. To-day such a man feels lonely and forsaken; in the later
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • Parsifal: the ideal of later Initiation. Present-day Mysteries are an
    • given to-day.
    • days first became manifest in physical life when Moses heard in the
    • present day also the human soul must be open to these influences if it
    • mysteries. Today, naturally, we can give only a sketchy outline of
    • studies which may one day be undertaken regarding these mysteries of
    • today. The physical and etheric bodies have woven into them something
    • human soul to-day, when people study science in the modern way or are
    • souls living and embodied to-day were also incarnated in the
    • Egyptian-Chaldaic epoch. All the souls present here to-day once looked
    • souls and became an intrinsic part of them. All the souls of to-day
    • That is what the candidate for Initiation sees to-day. And he can say
    • consciousness. This is the disturbing impression received to-day by
    • wisdom can be carried anywhere to-day, because we have reached a
    • the Grail, especially over to Sicily. Even as to-day, if we tread
    • this reason the soul must still be strongly armed even to-day when it
    • in earlier times. It has become possible only in later days, because
    • since olden times, as though a present-day Western man had to go
    • of today — we must say that in our time and on into the far
    • clever to-day, he develops in his soul certain forces which in this
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