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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • we work together in the right way with the Anthroposophic
    • spiritual things must be aware that thought is like an etheric
    • and etheric part. Between falling asleep and waking up the physical
    • and ether bodies work on the level of the plant kingdom. What
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • ethical law flow together as one, so that quite a different
    • which has flowed together out of all the ancient mysteries.
    • A participant: So I won't talk about the ether body, for
    • I don't see why you shouldn't speak about the ether body.
    • example the concept of the etheric body is easy to bring across
    • sleep”; the etheric is in there because it comes from the
    • etheric body's activity. Starting points are everywhere. You
    • us trying to bring things together than to find differences,
    • because in reality you bring yourself together with it.
    • need to orientate themselves out of principle, whether they
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • rosebud pinches its petals so tightly together as to complement
    • everything relating to water and draw it all together in our
    • work together in the whole person:
    • Heavenly heights in your Etheric
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • these two facts, whether causal or just as a connection. We may
    • hope that we can continue with our working together in this



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