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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • deepest darkness and secrecy is veiled everything that has to do with
    • innermost being, for they were so constituted that they felt a deep
    • himself to be united. He feels with the deepest part of himself that
    • he is united with the deepest part of the Being. The urge towards
    • this silent Being, and have felt deeply the longing to have the riddle
    • as a force out of himself, the deep longing to have the riddle of the
    • death and a new birth. That which is hidden deep in the physical
    • the splendour of the Light and Warmth; that which deeply veils itself
    • to recognise oneself in one's deeper significance as man.
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • expression to many deep secrets of human nature in the
    • “two souls”, whereof one can sink fairly deeply into matter
    • form. And just as we can discern deep secrets of the human soul in old
    • legends, so can we now also sense in them deep secrets of the
    • in which a deep disharmony can show itself between the external and
    • the forces of thinking. Hence for anyone who looks into these deeper
    • innermost depths the most deeply hidden passions and forces are
    • call forth pictures of deep soul-processes, I have sought above all to
    • lead your deeper premonitions, at least in some degree, towards the

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