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- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
- figure in ordinary soul-life must all become a means to higher
- purposes, higher goals. In ordinary life a man perceives the external
- them a means to higher ends. In ordinary life a man looks out on a
- Thus it is with the whole thought-world. In ordinary life man thinks
- ordinary thinking on the physical plane. When a man lives on the
- picture. In ordinary physical life thoughts and ideas are an end in
- different from the ordinary one. Above all, he will reveal the
- train of thought of ordinary life in order to show what proof there is
- ordinary life. In a certain respect it is something quite terrifying.
- and moral qualities of the soul intermingle. For the ordinary external
- physical plane he lives in his sense-impressions and in the ordinary
- what a man feels himself to be in ordinary life? Nothing remains.
- which man in ordinary life is preserved now actually occurs the
- body. This is not a condition reached in ordinary dreams. The dream is
- grasp what a contradiction this is, in the ordinary sense of the word.
- Now he overcomes these impressions of ordinary life; he knows he has
- dreadful before it is experienced, because in the ordinary experience
- experience is everything connected with what in ordinary physical life
- Whereas in the ordinary world, one confronts an object, gazes at it,
- the aspirant is not concerned with a reproduction of the ordinary
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
- forces in his soul which far surpass those needed in ordinary life.
- independent of the physical body in ordinary life, i.e. in sleep, it
- ordinary sleep. The stronger-than-ordinary soul-forces that a man
- way. We can begin from an ordinary experience on the physical plane.
- are subject to moral laws. When in ordinary physical life we observe
- anything is tiresome. But one need merely consider the most ordinary
- happenings amid the affairs and events of ordinary life. He does
- ordinary world. From the experiences in the spiritual worlds, however,
- ordinary life through the alteration of his perceptions and feelings.
- bring into the ordinary world the characteristics and attitude of soul
- the ordinary physical world.
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
- our ordinary speech, which has already become so secular, fails us,
- living mostly in the ordinary consciousness of the times. But all the
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