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  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 1
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    • carried through in the right way. Sense-impressions become merely a
    • world through his senses. He perceives it in colours, forms and sounds
    • and other sense-impressions. He lives within this world of
    • sense-impressions. At the moment when Initiation is to enter a certain
    • is with all sense-impressions. Whereas previously they were in
    • in the right sense with other explanations you will see the agreement,
    • Initiation, thinking in the usual sense of the word ceases. It is not
    • knowledge that in a certain sense things are in a bad way with regard
    • physical plane he lives in his sense-impressions and in the ordinary
    • an expression of the sense of touch, ceases, and the person feels as
    • all impressions of the senses — with everything for which the
    • in a certain sense an extra-physical experience, but the consciousness
    • grasp what a contradiction this is, in the ordinary sense of the word.
    • the method of perception by the senses, and also the act of thinking,
    • we call sense-perception. This follows from what has already been
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 2
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    • So now, after having left behind him the physical sense-world in this
    • plant world. And only in a somewhat indirect sense — and, one
    • sense-world the forces which bring epidemics and illnesses, and
    • sense-world. Here we see a natural ordinance to which these souls are
    • sense, and a readiness to recognise facts that cannot be overlooked,
    • first in full force when persons who in this sense are the children of
    • — not in a bad sense but emphatically in a good one — that
    • senses. Let us not think in this connection of some dull, prosaic
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 3
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    • beings of higher worlds who are working upon the sense-world from the
    • sense-world; conditions are seen such as were described yesterday. But
    • higher worlds, and gazing down, as it were, into the sense-world; he
    • different kingdoms of nature in the sense-world. He sees the whole
    • for after it all things become in some sense different.
    • encounters in the sense-world as the death of man — when one sees
  • Title: Mysteries of the East: Lecture 4
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    • Egyptian Mysteries. In a certain sense this brought us to the last
    • Lower Gods in the widest sense of the word. We have to speak of the
    • sense; the dead part is indeed stimulated by its environment, but
    • (“justly” is here used in an occult sense) all the
    • meant in any figurative sense. In our own time it must be said that
    • something that can be called, in a crude sense, a double nature. To a
    • had in a certain sense to experience through the Sentient Soul. In all
    • legends, so can we now also sense in them deep secrets of the
    • certain sense it cannot directly approach the external part of human
    • they have to say and teach and do in a spiritual sense — are in
    • we must insist in the strictest sense on the rule of the soul over
    • cleverer, in the sense in which it is fashionable to call people
    • and, concepts which relate only to the sense-perceptible outer world

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