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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
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    • Anyone who tries quite seriously to work through the experiences
    • quite special experiences which can have a dismaying, revolutionary
    • shocks pass quite naturally over the soul when the whole course of
    • is experienced in a quite definite manner, but for unmediated vision
    • prepared to set aside his own opinions and to observe quite
    • transformed. In the first place there will be a quite new mode of
    • futile. It is a futility to which all souls quite naturally give way;
    • ordinary life. In a certain respect it is something quite terrifying.
    • the Initiated a mere means to an end. Let us try now to be quite clear
    • him. He has worked his way through to the moment where something quite
    • Thou art alone in the world. Thou art quite alone in the world. And
    • that he has brought with him a certain power. It is perhaps quite
    • quite terrifying, because two things are entirely lacking from them.
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • experiences something different, but he experiences it in a quite new
    • There, events occur in two apparently quite separate domains. In one
    • experience is, he must adopt quite different habits of thought. A few
    • acquires for the ascent into the higher worlds. Quite definite
    • of any superstition, but from that of quite empirical observation, he
    • Earth's vegetation changes in the usual way. Quite similar are the
    • for these, quite independently of the Sun's position, are outside his
    • quite special and important experience in the Mysteries. It was
    • spiritual worlds — one must be quite clear about that.
    • the quite different nature of the spiritual world as compared with the
    • experienced. at a quite definite stage of the Mysteries. From this
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • quite numerous beings; Zarathustra gave them the name of
    • quite apparent to the seer, as it was to the Egyptian soul who was
    • out from the Being with whom you are united, you are now in a quite
    • worlds, his feelings were quite similar to those of a present-day man,
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • place in a quite special way through the fact that those inspiring
    • exercise on man a very great influence in a quite special way. While
    • soul. That is why so many people in modern times feel (and quite
    • quite real in the middle of the Middle Ages, Klingsor, the Duke of
    • Consider what people have been learning for quite a long time now and

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