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- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
- nothing that our souls pass through successive human lives; we go
- time, and that nothing he can do could prevent it, his knowledge of it
- what a man feels himself to be in ordinary life? Nothing remains.
- stand with one's feet on solid ground which is nothing else than
- upon nothing; but he cannot draw back and cannot rise. So it is with
- taken away. He now knows nothing but: Thou hast won thy way
- impressions. And he knows that he consists of nothing but these
- experiences of inner impressions. For in reality there exists nothing
- him. Now he has preserved nothing; he cannot have saved anything but a
- Everything material has disappeared into indefinite nothingness, the
- described. Nothing makes an impression on him, but he is everything
- impression on him, nothing like that remains. Either he is something
- himself, or nothing at all is Elementary there. Everything he
- confront us without our co-operation. In the higher worlds nothing
- point by point towards the higher worlds. Nothing without effort,
- absolutely nothing without effort! So it is for everything that has to
- to suppose that nothing now needed to happen except that human
- inner soul-powers; nothing can be given from outside, but it all can
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
- in his inner life. And if nothing else were to happen, a protracted
- of it all? I know nothing about that being who passes from incarnation
- you have gained nothing of a new kind. In your experience of the
- feels himself forsaken and alone if nothing else appears, because he
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
- etheric bodies remains lifeless. If nothing else were to happen, if
- in what has just been said. The Holy Grail was and is nothing else
- nothing, is often just the person who strives most earnestly and
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