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- Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 4: The Nature of the Christ Impulse and the Michaelic Sprit Serving It - 1
- radiant and drag down into the dust all that is
- Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 8: Three Decisions on the Path to Imaginative Perception
- we must perceive a dragon, a wild dragon. And we must
- take a proper look at this wild dragon. But now Lucifer
- dragon invisible, to hide it from our spiritual vision.
- speaking, this wild dragon has above all to do with
- our lowest nature. The dragon has within it all the
- appears to us in the t-07. of a dragon. We must look at
- beautiful, that dragon, and this makes it easy for
- want to know about seeing the dragon. It is a tissue also
- which the dragon is composed. Sun forces make it possible
- sun. If we do not perceive the dragon at the Door of the
- Sun the dragon will devour us and we shall become one
- be different from the dragon; we shall actually be the
- dragon going through experiences in the spiritual world.
- And the dragon can experience things of great
- devotion. If we are all of a kind with the dragon, if we
- astral bodies of our bellies onto the dragon, separating
- Title: Destinies of Individuals and Nations: Lecture 12: The Group Sculptured for the Building in Dornach
- wings and the body is that of a dragon or worm. Something
- Title: Esoteric Development: Lecture X: The Three Decisions on the Path of Imaginative Cognition
- the Sun, we must perceive a dragon, a fierce dragon. And this fierce
- dragon we must truly perceive. But now Lucifer and Ahriman together
- perceive it, however, we realize that in reality this fierce dragon
- life we call our “lowest nature.” This dragon comprises
- appears to us in the form of a dragon. We must contemplate him when
- that unconsciously we do not want to see this dragon. Into the dragon
- the dragon at the Portal of the Sun — and it is called the
- which the dragon is woven, and it is the sun-forces that enable us to
- contemplate the dragon at the Portal of the Sun, he devours us and we
- distinct from the dragon, we actually are the dragon, who
- experiences in the spiritual world. This dragon may have very
- the dragon we shall be inclined, when we see an air or water spirit,
- connect this with our dragon, if we do not consciously approach the
- Portal of the Sun, if we are not aware that we summon into the dragon
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