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- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
- objectively what is really there. In general, one of the greatest
- in his waking condition between birth and death a man really lives
- Everything sinks down into a reality of secondary degree. A man must
- experiences of inner impressions. For in reality there exists nothing
- real idea of it only when it is no longer there.
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
- the realm that he inhabits between death and a new birth. When the
- In that realm we find souls which for a certain period between death
- realises. They are indolent in their thinking, indolent in their
- really a vice of indolence. In recent times we have gained some
- entry which means that even in this realm one can discern good
- he brings with him something into the physical world. He realises,
- realities perceived by a sober disposition; people who indulge their
- person, but of someone who can really enjoy to the full the effect
- cultivated as a real and immediate experience, first in the Mysteries
- the experiences which correspond with the spiritual realities, it is
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
- that is really experienced?
- innermost nature, what you yourself really are, is veiled from your
- through cosmic realms and have come to know the beings and forces that
- Being, and it can know that this Being is really there, but that it is
- birth-process consists in his: it is really continuous, but man, owing
- Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
- The God who was called Osiris has forsaken these realms. He is
- of mind of one of these candidates, and realise how in the spiritual
- really is something like a piece of dead substance in the human body.
- it really is. Dead is to be understood here in a relative
- quite real in the middle of the Middle Ages, Klingsor, the Duke of
- pictures that correspond to realities; they cannot be expressed in
- life may perhaps never dawn on people who believe that real knowledge
- will be in a different situation once he looks with real insight into
- to himself that in spite of all this education he really knows
- real lord and master there; and then, when we come to know the nature
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