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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • must be on such a level that everything coming from it is not
    • just on the level of the nervous system, which is already
    • and ether bodies work on the level of the plant kingdom. What
    • down to the plant level. This means processes are taking place
    • forget; from an Ahrimanic level we take our bodies back, it is
    • rheumatism, gout and so on, and on a soul level, full of
    • While the human being has sunk down (during sleep) to a level
    • higher level. This happens when the priest practices the
    • Act if Consecration, you lift yourself out of the lower level
    • to remain on the level of nightly sleep-life. This lifting out
    • What is the level on which human beings exist? The human level
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • the level of profane technicality, as demanded by the times ...
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • obvious, as a level hovering high above and think one can only
    • reach this level by climbing up to it; through humbling
    • was not enacted there on this higher level it would be the same
    • as if on the lower level of the physical earth no plants would
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • there on quite a mundane level then we could translate it in
    • from the lowest levels could not understand the meaning in it.

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