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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
    Matching lines:
    • when things are not considered in depth or with enough
    • in the depths of your souls.
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • experiences, to the necessary depths of the scripture, so that
    • These things must firstly be experienced through the depths of
    • what comes out of the deepest depths within. When we designate
    • has depths which I must first need to fathom;
    • depths which cooperates in everything, even in the most minute
    • answer to the question: How do I fathom the depths of the being
    • deeply fashioned in earthly existence that the depths of
    • for the human-being to be connected to the depths of the earth.
    • its depths, permeates us out of its depths with earthly sleep,
    • while out of the depths of earthly sleep the archetypal divine
    • earthly depths within the human-being. If we could say
    • your depths, you need to ever more deepen yourself into the
    • depths and the breadths of the heavens. See how the blossoming
    • depths. So it is with all plants. Look at the green cover of
    • the earth as green, in the depths of the earth, as quite
    • depths.’
    • word ‘human-being’ must first be dipped into the depths of the
    • depths of the earth and the heavenly heights. In a lively way
    • imaginations in the depths of our minds, enabling us to be the
    • with one another in the depths, right into the most
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