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  • Title: Occultism and Initiation
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    • Lecture: Occultism and Initiation
    • Occultism and Initiation
    • Occultism and Initiation
    • of occultism, which may be summed up by the word initiation.
    • put, initiation is the sum total of what we must accomplish in order
    • initiation. In regard to thinking, feeling, and willing, these
    • methods of initiation consist in other forms of soul-activity than
    • brief description of these stages of initiation. Little by little,
    • the first stage of initiation, only led us into our inner being by
    • knowledge given by initiation, we see that the human being's
    • super-sensible knowledge gained through initiation shows us that what
    • methods gained through initiation, whose prototypes were compassion
    • world connected with the human being. Initiation therefore becomes
    • initiation has its own characteristics. For its whole development and
    • these processes of initiation can be recognized more and more as the
    • initiation reckons with modern logic and modern scientific
    • process of initiation. People will gradually come to the point of
    • initiation penetrating visibly and in an evident manner into the
    • light of initiation, is not something that has been thought out
    • originally gained by initiated persons, to results of initiation. But
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