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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
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    • Everything belonging to the Mysteries is founded on the experiences of
    • possible without personal guidance, but the experiences must be
    • courage and fearlessness. Certain experiences are common to all
    • understanding with regard to various experiences on the path to the
    • founded ultimately on the experiences of Initiates in the higher
    • through them because in every incarnation we experience something
    • Anyone who tries quite seriously to work through the experiences
    • quite special experiences which can have a dismaying, revolutionary
    • stage, he must not simply experience blue or red or any other colours
    • all the time; without losing these experiences he must learn to make
    • is experienced in a quite definite manner, but for unmediated vision
    • themselves a complete experience, after Initiation they become merely
    • experience it, it is necessary for him — besides other things of
    • he experiences in the higher worlds. This stage can be reached only
    • difficulties of inner experience is to get beyond the standpoint of
    • ranking as an end in itself, the experiences into which one enters are
    • experience takes place in the intimate depths of the soul, the state
    • of fear may lead to all kinds of inner soul-experiences. Hence the
    • Initiation and the Mysteries must go through certain experiences. The
    • first can be called “Coming into contact with the Experience of
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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • Experience at a definite stage of the Mysteries is that in respect of
    • contemplation, so that they become capable of conscious experience
    • new world which he can experience through the fact that — as the
    • experiences something different, but he experiences it in a quite new
    • way. We can begin from an ordinary experience on the physical plane.
    • birth. He then learns to know the kind of experience these souls are
    • experience is, he must adopt quite different habits of thought. A few
    • Such are the experiences that are gone through when one has come to
    • experiences in order that he may also experience other necessary
    • advance still further in regard to higher experiences. This matter of
    • ordinary world. From the experiences in the spiritual worlds, however,
    • Enthusiasts and intellectual idealists, those who already experience
    • plant world is an experience that comes to the seer; so that when he
    • now one has the specific experience that in this respect man is
    • What I have here explained to you is experienced by the seer. Now
    • quite special and important experience in the Mysteries. It was
    • cultivated as a real and immediate experience, first in the Mysteries
    • This experience was always called “Seeing the Sun at
    • etheric bodies. This, then, was a third experience common to all the
    • to them. The experiencing of the Cosmos is an experience in the
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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • experiences. Possibility of a retrospect into the far past, a reading
    • Initiation the candidate experienced the dying of a God in the Heavens
    • to such experiences as were described in the last two lectures, he
    • he experiences certain facts and meets with certain beings. The
    • experiences which one cannot describe otherwise than by saying: A man
    • experiences much that is significant in the higher worlds through such
    • he can gather up his experience in some such words as these:
    • that you are not able to experience.” And he would like to
    • experience of this loneliness, this forlorn condition in the higher
    • happenings. And what is then experienced (one cannot characterise
    • experienced when formerly they rose into the higher worlds. It might
    • pictures, looks at experiences of his own, gone through in times long
    • same worlds, but experienced innermost bliss. He will recognise
    • differently constituted, and for this reason they experienced
    • that is really experienced?
    • The experience now in question is such that it brings before the soul
    • All this is experienced by a man of the present time when he rises to
    • higher worlds in the manner described. It was experienced. also by
    • past which was connected particularly with these experiences is that
    • time of Zarathustra those who were to be initiated experienced the
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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • Repetition in every epoch of the earlier experiences of humanity.
    • IN THE last lecture we spoke of the experiences of the human soul in
    • In the preceding lectures I was able to describe the experiences of a
    • back in the Akashic Record at the experiences undergone by human souls
    • region. For that is how it was experienced.
    • that it originated from experiences that the aspirant could express
    • as the Creative Word, had gradually become lost to the experience of
    • earlier experiences of humanity must appear again, but in a fresh
    • individuals were a repetition of what had once been experienced
    • to experience through the later Mysteries is bound up with the
    • What the Intellectual Soul was to experience in this later time has in
    • living. Yes, one has the experience that in human bodies there is
    • Much of what modern man finds so baffling in his inner experience lies
    • had in a certain sense to experience through the Sentient Soul. In all
    • experienced in modern times by the Intellectual Soul. Everything that
    • Table represent the repetition of the experiences of earlier ages in
    • not experience this gnawing doubt. And it is something he ought to be

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