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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
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    • incarnations. In most cases the appearance of the external world has
    • the external physical world. By slowly and gradually applying to his
    • purposes, higher goals. In ordinary life a man perceives the external
    • us take a rose: for external vision the surface of the rose is bounded
    • and moral qualities of the soul intermingle. For the ordinary external
    • external world actually denies him all power, and he must have
    • external to himself, which are present elsewhere and make an
    • The point is not that this or that external personality was there, but
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • Initiate, things go forward unnoticed in relation to external
    • perceptions to things in the external physical world to which he had
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • pictures of external facts to inner mysteries which were taking place
    • giants. These external pictures point to the endeavours of human souls
    • life in the external world that had prevailed in Greek and Roman
    • certain sense it cannot directly approach the external part of human
    • nature. Much more than in the old Initiation, therefore, the external
    • external training belong more to the character of the old Initiation;
    • Initiation. And because external circumstances are such that only in
    • in which a deep disharmony can show itself between the external and
    • external characteristics of those who have to teach, for then one
    • externals, but it must still be said that the facts which have been
    • is to be found in external scientific work and its fruits. But anyone

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