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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
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    • with a strengthening of the soul's inner powers.
    • prepared if he is to reach the end of it without having his inner life
    • difficulties of inner experience is to get beyond the standpoint of
    • various other inner moral qualities. Of these we shall have to speak
    • of fear may lead to all kinds of inner soul-experiences. Hence the
    • to his inner being, his own human soul.
    • Initiation. Through inner experience he must come to know what these
    • experiences of inner impressions. For in reality there exists nothing
    • but these experiences, these inner impressions. As soon as a person
    • only deliverance lies in having developed the inner life — in
    • progressed so far in his inner development that at this moment,
    • mind and other inner virtues (virtues here meaning capabilities), he
    • possesses inner power, inner energy, so that at the moment when the
    • world is taken from him, he has at his disposal a surplus of inner
    • certain inner strength through having trained his self-reliance,
    • presence of mind, fearlessness and similar inner qualities. Thereby he
    • importance of developing strong inner energy in the life of the soul;
    • inner soul-powers; nothing can be given from outside, but it all can
    • be attained only through the strengthening of the inner life; for only
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • spiritual worlds depends upon the strengthening of the inner forces of
    • individual lacks sufficient force to unfold inner activity and
    • so-called natural death is brought about through an inner conformity
    • in their innermost souls, they would not have so often resisted a
    • the plant world he feels that a certain inner relationship links it
    • inner constitution; they must wait until the Sun sets in the evening,
    • — he comes to it through inner conditions, I will not say by dint
    • of inner free will. A man can have his afternoon nap through his own
    • inner condition; that is he can come out of his physical and etheric
    • inner connection of the ego and the astral body with the Cosmos.
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • in his inner life. And if nothing else were to happen, a protracted
    • same worlds, but experienced innermost bliss. He will recognise
    • innermost nature, what you yourself really are, is veiled from your
    • innermost being, for they were so constituted that they felt a deep
    • work of Ahura Mazdao, they felt an inner bliss concerning all that is
    • weaving in the innermost astral being of the man himself. It becomes
    • when Thou tellest me this can I know what my innermost nature is as
    • the innermost of the human soul, he said to himself: “That is
    • such a form that through the inner significance it expresses it can be
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • innermost being of man; with that which passes through the various
    • pictures of external facts to inner mysteries which were taking place
    • Much of what modern man finds so baffling in his inner experience lies
    • independent and innermost of the soul-organs, the Intellectual or
    • times, back into the inner part of man, and became freer, more
    • greater demands on the innermost part of the human soul; but in a
    • must be cleansed and purified through the strengthening of the inner,
    • so that this inner part becomes lord over the outer. Asceticism and
    • forces in its inner being, belongs more to the nature of the newer
    • harmony between the outer and the inner, may enter fresh incarnations
    • the inner organisation. Those who know the secrets of human
    • infused with inner spiritual knowledge. Man must overcome the two
    • innermost depths the most deeply hidden passions and forces are
    • knowledge and the pursuit of knowledge? The difficulties of the inner
    • his inner being. He seeks in this or that field of knowledge, seeks
    • that means we shall draw into our inner being such a self as will be a
    • depths of our inner life, there must be a meeting between Amfortas,



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