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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • earnestness, I could say a deepening earnestness, which lay
    • unbelievably deep roots in Central Europe and western folklore;
    • obstacles for the impulse once it has been grasped and deepened
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • Perhaps deepening some of the questions of yesterday can be our
    • opposite cultural life which resulted in deep inner untruth.
    • always steers towards deeper untruthfulness if one doesn't
    • corresponding rituals of ancient times, deepened in a Christian
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • who prevails here, who has lead me out of the unconscious deep
    • what comes out of the deepest depths within. When we designate
    • being a human-being. By deepening these sentences
    • deeply fashioned in earthly existence that the depths of
    • deepening feeling way and transfer the earthly foundation and
    • your depths, you need to ever more deepen yourself into the
    • light-filled but permeated with deep violet, which appears in
    • When you deepen this step in the secret of breathing, you start
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • understanding the deep sense of the words and the sentence
    • deeper meaning comes into it. You should not allow, if you are
    • artificial comments. Actually you realise the deeper meaning in
    • Humanity today would prefer not to have to search for such deep
    • deeper meaning which we need to discover. We can't deny it. It
    • with them, you discover an unbelievable deep wisdom among these
    • yourself. The wisdom of naive people is actually deeper than
    • and are related to the deepest questions of our time. As a
    • Consecration becomes the deepest and most everlasting fact



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