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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • something which Arjuna — one of the foremost, perhaps the
    • arises Krishna, the great spiritual teacher of Arjuna, and a
    • the holy teaching in the words of Krishna to Arjuna. The
    • the situation in which Krishna exhorts Arjuna not to quail before
    • that at first is incomprehensible, and they require Arjuna not to
    • Arjuna cosmic secrets, great immense teachings. Then his pupil is
    • Before Arjuna's gaze
    • Arjuna's soul? It is as though the raging battle in which it stands
    • confusion of the battle. Arjuna would gladly turn away from all this chaos,
    • A hero, Arjuna,
    • Arjuna stands there like a human soul to whom the earthly side of
    • genuine observation shows Arjuna's soul to be. All that to which
    • Arjuna shows no inclination, needing Krishna to tame him down to
    • himself up to Arjuna, to whom has to be imparted an understanding of
    • intelligible to Arjuna. How easy it is in our time for a person to
    • understand a nature like that of Krishna or Arjuna. Arjuna is a man,
    • Arjuna and spoke those words? We are now at the starting-point of a
    • him with Krishna's disciple Arjuna. Think how the Greek has to be
    • introduced to the super-sensible world, and then think of Arjuna who can
    • that opens between Arjuna and a disciple of Socrates.
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • First of all Arjuna
    • Arjuna's experience, only he does not go through an occult training
    • against each other. Such a soul as Arjuna can be shaken by that to
    • Arjuna was a man who
    • says Arjuna to himself, “if blood fights against blood?”
    • feeling that Arjuna has absorbed, on which for him the whole
    • Arjuna would naturally feel, and the bloody battle of brother against
    • Arjuna's soul, shaking it to its very depths. It is as though he had
    • necessity out of Arjuna's destiny, instead of being given us merely
    • Now that Arjuna has
    • Arjuna as a word of exhortation for the battle? “Look there,”
    • is not affected in this battle. Rise, Arjuna, rise to the spiritual
    • time Krishna revealed it. Souls like Arjuna did indeed feel that
    • its newness when it resounded in Arjuna's soul through Krishna's
    • words. All the people in Arjuna's environment believed definitely in
    • idea, it was new, especially in regard to Arjuna's situation.
    • Krishna impels Arjuna to logical thought, to thinking in abstractions, as
    • moment when Krishna stands before Arjuna and gives him the power of
    • what Krishna would reveal to Arjuna as the beginning of a new
    • in a true way the first truth that Krishna gives to Arjuna after the
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • experiences like the inner soul experiences of Arjuna, enters the
    • destined to expand it at a definite period in our life. Arjuna is in
    • still further, showing why Arjuna has this more powerful
    • to our forefathers.” All these things were part of Arjuna's
    • utters what must appear to Arjuna as the most extreme
    • force that Arjuna would otherwise have experienced, that he would
    • whereby he makes himself visible to Arjuna. To make this thought
    • still more clear we may say that if Arjuna had simply met Krishna,
    • Arjuna his expanded and strengthened consciousness. He must in a
    • visible to Arjuna. He makes a mirror, we can say, of what he has torn
    • from Arjuna, so that he may be able to appear to him.
    • in Arjuna's consciousness enabled Krishna to meet him. There still
    • remains unexplained how Arjuna came to it at all. Nowhere do we see
    • the statement that Arjuna had done occult exercises. In fact he had
    • gave Arjuna a higher and stronger self-consciousness? We shall start
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • acquire, a man like Arjuna had, simply because he lived in the
    • About Arjuna then we can say that ancient clairvoyance is still
    • I have described to re-awaken it. What then can Arjuna perceive
    • only make that discovery in the third realm. Arjuna's impressions,
    • strange and wondrous truths that Krishna speaks to Arjuna
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • prepared from the spiritual world. This is what Arjuna did when at
    • speak to Arjuna in words saturated through and through with
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • when he poured into Arjuna’s ears the most powerful, incisive,
    • Krishna’s words to Arjuna. Of course, we must not take those
    • aspect, calling him Krishna. We must realize how Arjuna meets that
    • Arjuna’s thoughts and feelings as characteristic of that time,
    • appeared before Arjuna. Now, if we seek a living picture of Spiritual
    • deepest wisdom of Krishna at the time when he stood before Arjuna,
    • to Arjuna. Then, in the eleventh discourse, another element enters.
    • the summit where Krishna has led Arjuna — a height that cannot
    • whom Arjuna has been led step by step, is conjured up before his soul
    • realize it the Imagination of Krishna as Arjuna now describes it will
    • of Arjuna’s opened vision comes before us. Arjuna becomes the
    • that Arjuna beholds when his soul has been raised to that height
    • Krishna is echoing across to Arjuna once more as a mighty
    • the spiritual ear of Arjuna, but echoing down through all the ages
    • the clairvoyant gaze of Arjuna. We feel with Arjuna. We remind
    • Arjuna hear.
    • and spirit of such a mighty Imagination as that of Arjuna presented
    • speak to the individual man speaks through Krishna to Arjuna. The
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • in the whole of Sankhya. In all that Krishna puts before Arjuna, when
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • free Arjuna's soul from all those things that surround him and are
    • separation of Arjuna's soul from it all is accomplished, so to say,
    • indicates to Arjuna how the different religious beliefs may be
    • stands before Arjuna and teaches him to “Look upon all the
    • Arjuna and in all his contemporaries and successors. What had to be
    • Arjuna's highest endeavor has become the greatest suffering for many
    • hear what Krishna told Arjuna, those seeking their soul's salvation today,
    • us ask again, what is it that Krishna really wants for Arjuna, whose
    • fertilized by Krishna. So his teaching to Arjuna is, “All men
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Muenchen, 11-28-12
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    • text, we have a conversation between Krishna and Arjuna that
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • teachings that Krishna himself communicated to Arjuna are brought to
    • one line and the other. Arjuna's soul is filled with the question: how
    • blood-tie? It seems to Arjuna as if everything must come to an end.
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • his pupil Arjuna in the sublime Gita. Such a soul would have to go
    • generations yet to come. He relates how Arjuna, the representative of
    • mankind; he relates how Krishna taught his pupil, Arjuna, about all
    • instructions given to Arjuna by Krishna, how man, to whom no longer
    • to tread from the temporary to the permanent. There at first Arjuna
    • of the charioteer of the blind King). Arjuna stands before us with his
    • situation itself, we are shown that Arjuna must not allow himself to
    • of Arjuna from the stage at which it stands, in which it is entangled
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • from the mouths of Krishna and his pupil, Arjuna, we feel something
    • we find the significant instruction of Arjuna by Krishna. Now who
    • look up to in Krishna, the Great Teacher of Arjuna. Krishna teaches
    • Krishna to his pupil Arjuna, and then we obtain the keynote of that
    • Then Krishna further tells his pupil, Arjuna, that the soul also may
    • us. Arjuna has to fight against his blood-relations. That is his
    • pupil Arjuna, “whether thou art in the ranks of the sons of
    • which the great Krishna leads his pupil Arjuna. Thus the great Krishna
    • directs his pupil Arjuna to a human ideal, which is so presented that
    • great Teacher, Arjuna with Krishna himself: who lives in all things
    • to which a man can attain. To appear before Krishna, as did Arjuna,
    • represented in the Gita. Arjuna was uplifted suddenly at a bound, as
    • world must appear small; He it is before whom stands Arjuna. Then the
    • power of comprehension forsakes Arjuna. He can only gaze and haltingly
    • this, or to describe it in words; and the descriptions that Arjuna
    • ever given to humanity is the description of how Arjuna, with words
    • itself to me.” Thus speaks Arjuna, when he is alone with Him Who
    • When Krishna Himself caused to sound into the ears of Arjuna that
    • instruction to the sons of Pandu by Krishna to Arjuna, is related as
    • directly relate: “Thus spake Krishna to Arjuna ”; the poet
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • souls, and which Arjuna meets as his own being seen externally; seen
    • appear incomprehensible; wherein Krishna reveals to Arjuna the nature
    • Krishna distinctly says to his pupil Arjuna “Renunciation is the
    • by Krishna to his only individual pupil Arjuna as a payment on
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • pupil Arjuna. Such teachings can only be given and should only be
    • relationship between Krishna and Arjuna. He gives his pupil
    • work in cooperation. To Arjuna, Krishna says “Thou must be so and

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