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  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture I: The Doctrine of the Logos
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    • world of the senses. The fact that men can penetrate to the
    • certain sense, free and independent of them. What has
    • certain sense this has become an ideal for
    • only a physical sense-world; at least it alone has
    • sense began to assume a grossly materialistic meaning. Here
    • sense when we think of the relationship between the sun and
    • creation. Therefore “days” in our sense could not
    • sense before that. Then came a time when men no longer
    • not otherwise perceive with the physical sense-organs. This
    • our sense? What could he have meant?
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture II: Esoteric Christianity
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    • ego, in a certain sense, are loosened from their connections
    • spiritual, not in a purely spatial sense. Therefore during
    • in a certain sense of the same nature as the mineral kingdom
    • with our physical senses is permeated by the astral world and
    • might truly say that then, in the real sense of the word, the
    • be the present physical body? Not in any sense will it be the
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • in a certain sense, we may call the Earth evolution, the
    • physical senses, he sees the objects about him. From the
    • sense of the word if this love be not a free gift of one
    • sense of the word, we may ask: — Of what does the Earth
    • their physical senses could perceive upon the earth. It was
    • means of outer senses that God, the Logos, had Himself to
    • become a sense-being. He had to appear in a physical body.
    • sense-consciousness in a bodily form.
    • became physically visible for the physical sense-world. This
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • human being sleeps in the ordinary sense of the word, his
    • astral body has not yet developed the spiritual sense-organs
    • possessed by any one who had not yet, in the deepest sense of
    • the trivial sense of instruction to run away from the family.
    • designations in ancient times in a certain sense are very
    • living God, with their earthly senses, He, the Christ, had to
    • “Children of God” were always in a certain sense
    • men with sense-deceptions. On the contrary it is a teaching,
    • physical earthly senses. Previously God had remained
    • with earthly senses.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture V: The Seven Degrees of Initiation
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    • initiate of the fifth degree was called in an occult sense, a
    • senses. In the earliest periods of human evolution, those who
    • Bible it is pointed out that Noah who, in a certain sense was
    • fullest sense of the word that it was the mission of alcohol
    • present conduct. Much nonsense is indulged in also in respect
    • age, not in an absolute but in a cultural, educational sense.
    • spiritual senses. You only need to read the following
    • senses, he comes to Christ-Jesus. Just as in their
    • “When I speak of Myself in a higher sense, of the I AM,
    • by measure unto him.” What is the sense of these
    • true sense, no longer according to the blood tie.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • does not make use of his outer sense organs. We shall not
    • sense on the one hang, but on the other we must first
    • us suppose that with your present senses, which of course you
    • physical sense perception, you would be greatly disappointed.
    • able to see with your present physical senses. It would
    • condensation of the water, and, in a certain sense, air and
    • means, in an occult sense, that he became a water-man. You
    • and exact sense and to be carefully weighed. Then out of this
    • to that which dipped down into the physical senses and looked
    • environment with physical senses, but by means of the force
    • technical expressions of that age. First the literal sense of
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha
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    • can be seen, in a certain sense, the dying of a spiritual
    • in the highest sense, the idea of Karma, the karmic law. For
    • understand it in this Christian sense. It means that no man
    • AM” in the Christian sense, he will not judge. He will
    • Christ in its deepest sense, is connected with the very
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • to the external human sense organs, only slowly and gradually
    • although to the external senses they appeared much the same.
    • senses in the physical world, but that is not because only
    • cultural epochs in the true sense of the word. Religion is,
    • himself out of the physical sense-world. Here he is in the
    • personal sense. What then will be the meaning of what men
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • sense, as far as direct perception is concerned, men were cut
    • adherents of the Persian civilization already sensed somewhat
    • become clear to us that in a certain sense the Christ was
    • did the Greeks. There is an artistic sense which feels the
    • mysterious measure concealed in space. To sense it
    • architecturally does not mean to sense it by means of the
    • sense for space, in such a manner that there is no
    • Thus, in a certain sense, mankind again over-stepped the
    • remarkable manner through their sense of space. A column
    • sense-world in this epoch.
    • It is nonsense
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • evolutionary law in its esoteric, Christian sense. Only in
    • being by means of his eyes and other senses becomes aware of
    • physical world with the physical senses. It was a reading of
    • that the value of the individual, in a certain sense,
    • individual, in the present sense of the word, is not yet so
    • right sense what had been prepared by Moses.
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XI: Christian Initiation
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    • the concept, Mother and Father, in its spiritual sense, as it
    • sense-world and have his own personal experiences in the
    • physical sense-world through the outer senses, eyes, ears,
    • namely, that he must, in a certain sense, become a homeless
    • person. It is not meant that in any sense he must become
    • designation cannot, in the true sense of the word, attain
    • must be, in the fullest sense of the word, an objective human
    • of property, is in a certain sense that into which the
    • in the physical world? The physical body has sense-organs
    • it.” For to see the world in the true sense of the
    • that the physical sense-world exists for us because the
    • is, in this way, already provided with its sense-organs, but
    • moulded. The human astral body can only have its higher sense
    • Christian initiation, in the true sense of the word. The
    • in the night, inner sense-organs are developed, are
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • acquires knowledge in a much more real sense than in that
    • abstract, dry, prosaic sense in which we usually speak of
    • external sense organ, would not perceive the sun by gazing
    • views or opinions, for in the highest sense of the
    • actual sense-world that was revealed to them, a world in
    • beginnings of a purified astral body in the Christian sense.
    • themselves. Perceiving in the spirit, in the Christian sense,
    • of her inner sense-organs. Are we told this in the Gospel? We
    • have been presented here. If, in a certain sense, this has
    • more have they been comprehended in the sense in which they



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