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  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture I
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    • in that we allow the impressions of the outer world to live on
    • the impressions made on us from outside. We are not doing anything
    • thought what has come to us as impressions of the outer world. One
    • man, while reflecting upon the things that have made an impression on
    • this inner thinking, devoid of outer impressions, may develop, but we
    • life of nature, and he thus gains the impression that there is
    • impression of the third Hierarchy, of the angels, archangels and the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture II
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    • perception it makes a powerful and intense impression. In this form
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture III
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    • impressions of childhood play throughout the entire earthly life. The
    • inherited teeth, the impressions received during all these periods of
    • thought that is not caused by external impressions is connected with
    • with our external impressions.
    • according to good impressions from its environment, and in a healthy
    • impressions it receives from its environment.
    • get a very impressive feeling if you take up the
    • impression from the day to pass over from vivid inner experiences of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IV: The Ephesian Mysteries of Artemis
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    • receiving impressions from those hard and stern rocks towering up from
    • impression that in everyone of these quartz rocks something is
    • spiritual reflection. The impression one receives of this must be
    • sense-impression which is thus received there arises in the soul the
    • very like that which one receives as an impression in another domain
    • beings one receives the impression, for instance, that the
    • with the impression which one receives; but in a certain sense the
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture V
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    • receive an impression of how wonderful is everything in the sphere of
    • complicated creatures, impressions of which present-day geology can
    • theoretical impression communicated by the metallic element of the
    • earth passed over into the moral impression. For each metal tells us
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VII: The Mysteries of Hibernia
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    • one receives the impression that the pictures of these Centres
    • impressive through its peculiar aspect. One statue was a male form,
    • One of the statues then made the impression directly
    • The impression received in the case of the second statue
    • organism. An extraordinarily powerful impression was made on the
    • with the impression, which as I have already indicated was working
    • remarkable impression, an impression which in actual fact shook their
    • whole inner being. I can only represent the impression to you by
    • impression on the pupil for he had been prepared for it through that
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture VIII
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    • were of a deeply impressive kind for the human mind and soul-life.
    • the spirit-world, so that by means of specially impressive inner
    • impression that one receives from such majestic statues in
    • is an extraordinarily powerful, inner impression. Hence it was
    • were first made in the case of both statues, for the impressions
    • fashion to the experience of the impression which he had received
    • from the male statue. And I will now describe the impression as it
    • himself up to the impression from the male statue, was a kind of
    • from this or that, the most manifold impressions of
    • which always gave him the impression of reality. So that he felt
    • This (impression) lived powerfully in the consciousness of the pupil.
    • which remained with the pupil as an inner grand and impressive
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture IX
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    • senses. No religious or fanciful hallucinatory impressions were thus
    • pupil. He received the impression that the gelatinous fluid was only
    • swim, hover, move in this element. Thus the impressions which were
    • impress made by it on the mind. But the real substance, the spiritual
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture X: The Chthonic and the Eleusinian Mysteries
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    • It was a powerful impression that the pupil received,
    • Father-statue made a great and mighty impression on the pupil, for he
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XI: The Secret of Plants, of Metals, and of Men
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    • the wide spaces of the cosmos; realize the impression that this makes
    • lead-grey made a peculiar impression upon the inner eye. In a certain
    • meadow in the light of the impression they give of these elements of
  • Title: Mystery Centres: Lecture XIV: Human Soul-Strivings During the Middle Ages the Rosicrucian Mysteries
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    • through his eye to the sun orb it made an impression on him which he
    • but they are not prepared in their feeling to receive this impression
    • which the sun makes as a special impression. But the pupil in these
    • ancient Mysteries received this impression of the darkened solar orb
    • after long exercises had been undergone, and this impression was then
    • Mysteries, was able to have this impression could truly never forget
    • With this impression the pupil also gained something
    • impression of the sun to permit the especial quality of the substance
    • which man really has his life, made a deep impression on the pupil of
    • the ancient Mysteries. Thus he received the impression that gold
    • impressed on the pupil was the knowledge that any substance, however
    • pupil could receive impressions from the sun or from the moon, so by
    • receive impressions from the other planets; and one of the secrets



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