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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • to make this great document itself comprehensible by means of
    • soul without knowing anything about the Gospel itself, just
    • the other hand, even if the translator himself were a poor
    • Spiritual Science itself we can gain knowledge about the
    • itself.
    • Science interpretation, he will not need to concern himself
    • entering upon a consideration of the Gospel itself.
    • what it then itself later opposed. So you see how in fact the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture II: Esoteric Christianity
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    • the contrary, cannot of itself retain its form. It has its
    • leaves this union of astral body and ego and resolves itself
    • these members within itself, so we must think of it as not
    • concern himself about his physical and ether bodies, but
    • which he himself deserts. However, these bodies would not be
    • for that matter no ether body, can exist by itself. Even the
    • by itself than the stone today can exist by itself. The
    • which was directly founded by Paul himself, the purest
    • itself. In each human being of today, the astral body is
    • name of Manas; in English, Spirit-Self. Although the human
    • astral body, Manas or Spirit-Self. Thus we may say that in
    • Spirit-Self, the work of the ego, the product of the activity
    • being will continue to work upon himself. The Earth will pass
    • Manas or Spirit-Self, his entire ether body into Budhi or
    • ego. And this ego itself dwells within the astral body, when
    • as Manas or Spirit-Self it permeates this astral body. The
    • the human being himself will some day be able to give to the
    • which he cannot yet control? It is the Spirit-Self, but a
    • divine Spirit-Self. The real spiritual life of mankind is
    • a divine being, the Spirit-Self. But out of this whole
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • the Earth, the light of the ego itself was now enkindled and
    • became capable of saying to itself “I AM.” Thus,
    • self-consciousness of the human race. This “I
    • AM,” this capacity for full self-consciousness,
    • gradually the ego, that is to say, full self-consciousness,
    • the human being immersed himself in his physical body for a
    • must not forget that a truly genuine self-consciousness, such
    • human being did not feel himself as an independent entity,
    • himself a part of a divine spiritual consciousness, part of a
    • divine ego, just as the hand feels itself a part of the
    • physical organism. He could not have said of himself “I
    • he be in possession of his full self-consciousness, that he
    • consciousness, before he possessed full self-consciousness,
    • implanted within him in his dull, not yet self-conscious
    • of full self-consciousness.
    • human creature familiarized himself with the spirit world
    • activity. The power that manifests itself as love in the
    • earthly mission to the Earth revealed Himself first in the
    • could reveal Himself to clear, waking day-consciousness.
    • nature creates for itself the external body fitted to it and
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • what is usually called a miracle — in the Gospel itself
    • initiated could himself have experiences and personal
    • for a perception of the world in which he then finds himself.
    • itself had to be impressed upon the ether body just as the
    • upon the surrender of the man himself to the inner processes
    • Esotericism. This only Christ-Jesus Himself could perform
    • initiated pupil. The Lord Himself had initiated Lazarus and
    • the Gospel refers. He is the risen Lazarus himself and the
    • been conferred upon me by the Lord Himself.” Therefore
    • myself say, I the Risen One; but only after I have been
    • of the new John whom the Lord Himself had initiated,
    • the word, been initiated through Christ-Jesus Himself.
    • namely, that He who had appeared was the Christ Himself.
    • Baptist represent himself in the first chapters of this
    • himself could repeat all that he, the Baptist, already knew,
    • himself. Let us present it once more in the best possible
    • did John describe himself? You will remember that people were
    • characterization of himself. Why does he call himself
    • when it is given as a voluntary offering by self-conscious
    • lion were able to say “I” to itself, the
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • Disciple,” initiated by Christ-Jesus Himself. One might
    • mentioned. Nowhere in the document itself will you find any
    • Bible. The author entitles himself a Doctor of Theology.
    • really could not believe my eyes and said to myself: there
    • the folk itself; thus among the Persians, for example, an
    • himself with complete resignation to the outer life, but what
    • life within himself in such a way that he defends occultism,
    • himself more as a member of a group-soul than as an
    • ego should feel itself fully independent and separate,
    • existing completely within itself and people should be united
    • self-conscious, ego-endowed human being.
    • addressing Himself to those who had freed themselves from the
    • baptized with water. This was its symbol: Let yourself become
    • Christ had to tell how mankind could raise itself to the
    • Himself so fully to their habits of life that he turned water
    • “When I speak of Myself in a higher sense, of the I AM,
    • within himself. My ego is one with the Father, but in general
    • find within himself as his own eternal base, the God which I
    • discover the “I AM,” the God, within himself.
    • ancient gods. However, anyone who felt himself deeply rooted
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • crystallizing itself out of it.
    • and took into itself the fiery element. Thus what was
    • himself thereby to become a true earth dweller. In the last
    • physical body, he cut himself off, as it were, from the
    • he slowly severed himself from his earlier connections, when
    • able to develop his ego, for he had not yet released himself
    • to unite himself again consciously with the gods, his true
    • had severed itself from that condition in which it previously
    • “son of man” who had severed himself from
    • Logos proclaims His name, that part of Himself which can be
    • the “Spirit-Self.” Thus there streams into that
    • first trace of the Spirit-Self. However that which lives and
    • appears in Manas itself must be called by another name. It is
    • which can be taken into oneself. When the Logos simply
    • calls Himself no longer “Manna,” but the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • would have presented itself to him. Before the Event of
    • began to unite with the earth itself. And because the Logos
    • and then after a time it embodies itself anew. Thus between
    • state. Out of a sort of spiritual, self-animated, externally
    • exists there within the earth? The Logos itself which through
    • which is the Christ Himself, and then he will feel how the
    • Manas or Spirit-Self. When the ether or life-body has been
    • them into Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and Spirit-Man. For the
    • to work Manas or Spirit-Self by degrees into what had
    • as it were, develop Manas within himself by means of all the
    • higher members of his being (Manas or Spirit-Self, Budhi or
    • on, by degrees, develop within himself the force to evolve
    • simultaneously become Manas or Spirit-Self; the ether body so
    • and strengthening himself through this Christ Impulse, he
    • draws into himself the force that can accomplish this
    • transformed itself into Spirit-Self, selfishness or egotism
    • developed Spirit-Self, there will be no more selfishness; no
    • the Christ into himself? It means that he has learned to
    • into himself make it possible for him to become master even
    • into himself, that it could completely pass over upon him.
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • “I” to himself. Then appeared what we yesterday
    • experiences which can be had by one who acquaints himself
    • independent human self-consciousness. The leader of this
    • might force himself back in consciousness to his former
    • world wherein he found himself in order to be transported
    • himself out of the physical sense-world. Here he is in the
    • the cultural mood itself — in accordance with the
    • human being allied himself with the good gods against the
    • you yourself travel, you do so only because of something that
    • himself so much a separate individual? And, moreover, what
    • was it that prepared him for this strong feeling of self in
    • he objectified himself in matter and form. He concealed his
    • post-Atlantean civilization God Himself appeared as a man, as
    • human being fashioned an image of himself, we may say: What
    • time when he felt himself as a member of the Godhead to a
    • feeling of himself as a personality. He could comprehend as a
    • personality even the Godhead Itself which, embodied in the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • geometry itself, what do they know of the geometry of Euclid,
    • gained out of the life of the spirit itself. If a person has
    • found these truths for himself and then is directed to the
    • itself, but was due to subsequent foreign influences.
    • self-consciousness had by degrees been developing
    • individual human being felt himself united through the blood
    • feeling oneself spiritually sheltered within the
    • that the individual felt himself preserved within the whole
    • Himself refers to Isaiah:
    • revealed Himself spiritually, as Isaiah spoke of the
    • period, the individual felt himself as a member of the whole
    • spirit had not yet fully expressed itself in matter. In the
    • The present Church is a place for preaching. The God Himself
    • wished to create a dwelling place for Himself. This was the
    • within itself, and of what was felt as the Divine in outer
    • of the age. Consequently it happened wholly of itself, that
    • at all, must say to himself: It is extraordinary that the two
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • or for self-consciousness. By this we understand quite
    • position to develop a self-consciousness in which it was
    • or “I AM,” out of himself. That could only occur
    • to become the bearer of this self-consciousness, and the
    • degrees, Manas or Spirit-Self had to enter into the human
    • being. The influence of Manas or Spirit-Self begins with our
    • Spirit-Self will have overshadowed us to a certain degree.
    • become a fit instrument for this Manas or Spirit-Self. Before
    • have the higher members, Spirit-Self, Life-Spirit and
    • directs himself outwardly, whereby the perceiving human
    • itself a process of reflection in the ego, in which ideas are
    • the ego-consciousness begin to extend itself, and we can see
    • to Manas or Spirit-Self. That will be a time when men will
    • yet fully overshadowed by Spirit-Self there will be opinions
    • cultural epoch, that Spirit-Self draws into human beings, a
    • Brotherhood, because not only will the Higher Self sink down
    • into its lower form as Spirit-Self or Manas in certain chosen
    • and the union of the human ego with Manas or Spirit-Self was
    • Spirit-Self into themselves. They must reach a very much
    • it has itself been materialistically interpreted. Thus, in a
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • understand what it means to unite oneself with the higher
    • spiritual worlds, to prepare oneself to receive the higher
    • person who could lift himself above the outer physical
    • is, he lifts himself above the feelings and sensations which
    • also through adapting himself to the region of the earth in
    • the Spirit-Self. The initiate had to anticipate whither human
    • only just what he himself perceives, but nothing else; he
    • what he himself perceives, demands not only that we
    • understand anything different from what he himself perceives
    • of which each individual sets himself up as a kind of little
    • withdraws during sleep. Just as this sponge adapts itself to
    • itself again according to the forces inherent in it as soon
    • bow itself down to the stone and say: — I bow myself
    • scale must incline himself to the lower and say: To those on
    • "For weeks must thou surrender thyself to this cosmic feeling
    • the astral, the inclining of the Higher Self to the lower.
    • stage, the pupil is told: "Thou must develop within thyself
    • is subjected to jeers and gibes. He must say to himself:
    • — “Come what may, I must hold myself erect and
    • himself to this, he felt something like pricking upon his
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • affected in such a way that it develops within itself the
    • he has reached the point where he can himself actually reproduce
    • himself — naturally according to his ability to do so
    • sufficiently developed through katharsis and able of itself
    • description in the Gospel itself, beginning with the 13th
    • “Know thyself.” But the most dangerous thing in
    • not reached previously. If a person practices self-knowledge
    • only by brooding upon himself, he sees only what he already
    • knowledge of his own lower self in the present meaning of the
    • into itself, but only by looking outward at the sun, so must
    • words, “Know thyself,” in the Greek, they do not
    • fructify yourself with what streams into you from the
    • spiritual world. “Know thyself” means: Fructify
    • thyself with the content of the spiritual world!
    • needed for this namely, that the human being prepare himself
    • susceptible of receiving the higher self. When this has
    • happened, then the higher human self streams into him from
    • self? Is it within the personal man? No, it is not there. On
    • Saturn, Sun and Moon, the higher self was diffused over the
    • “Holy Spirit” into himself, speaks forthwith in a
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