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  • Title: Perception of the Nature of Thought
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    • external physical ray of light can penetrate his eye, it is active
    • slight goose-flesh if one tells him that Plato and Aristotle did not
    • that comes to light so magnificently in the thought-structures of
    • Spirits of Wisdom and the Archangels come to light again on earth in
    • “I'll keep my light from light of your excluded,
    • I want you not, your light shall be precluded,
    • Until my light's my own and separated.
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • was at work in Dante. But even in the light of outer history
    • light of our ideas, must fundamentally point out.
    • light when one has first made oneself familiar with that
    • These dogmas seem very strange to the ‘enlightened’ people of
    • forces which as spiritual light pass from the Sun into the
  • Title: Meditation and Concentration
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    • the living light of the Angels and of all similar heavenly
    • desire especially to bring their light to man. The darkness
    • knowledge, an opposition to the light of the spirit.
    • that which spreads light widely, not to that which sends an
    • apparent light into narrow places only. In this connection,
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture I
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    • light-filled beginning of experience of the Spirit, as that
    • slightest inkling that it is so.
    • and reach some enlightenment upon what is actually going on
    • lightning speed towards the house, and hardly had we got
    • furniture in the light of the lamp. Then the door sprang
    • me to her. I put a table with night-lights near the bed,
    • the lights burnt badly. I cleaned them, drank some wine
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture II
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    • is very significant, for it sheds light, in a most concrete
    • the light of Spiritual Science, therefore, let us observe
    • light was streaming into the room, was free and clear,
    • for a glimmer of light; but none came. the light from the
    • had changed into a point of light, visible to the eye.
    • light grow and expand, and suddenly seemed to divide,
  • Title: Problem of Death: Lecture III
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    • even in a slight degree adequate. I have, as you know,
    • over us like a light, flooding us from every direction, and
    • the other hierarch thinks; — this is the Light-Being
    • surging sea of light.
    • proceed that he has the Light-sphere of Thought around him
    • the surface of things. We paint light and shade. We paint
    • colours. Now outer nature is furnished with light and
    • back light and colour. That is between us and the object.
    • cannot receive light and colour, within, because
    • once; there he knows himself in light and colour, but here
    • Creation from the Spirit light

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