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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • physical world, and declare that the human being sustains a
    • super-sensible realms, the question may arise as to what is to be
    • indication that the human being is connected with super-sensible
    • essence, both today's lecture and that of tomorrow will be
    • The first thing that
    • thought-life he has something which points to the higher worlds. What
    • do, indeed, have something else. It is what we call feelings of
    • love and hate, what we designate in our thinking by the terms
    • another ugly; perhaps, we love one thing and hate another; one we
    • feel to be good, the other evil. If we wish to summarize what thus
    • when we say to ourselves, not only that we consider a thing beautiful
    • or ugly, good or evil, but that we feel impelled to do this or that,
    • in connection with everything that we do. When we go out, for
    • emotions, and our will impulses. If we reflect somewhat about our
    • disappears the moment we fall asleep. No one will suppose that, when
    • he is really sleeping — that is, if he is not clairvoyant during
    • recognize that the concepts he has, which have so overwhelmingly
    • to sleep. That this is so is best seen when we surrender ourselves to
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    • emotions is something that hinders us from falling asleep. When
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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • shall ask ourselves: What characteristics must we cultivate very
    • What is the meaning of
    • making karma a real content of life? This means that — not merely
    • heaviest blow of fate, we shall really be fully aware that, in a
    • painful blow of fate; that is, the development of such a mood as to
    • aware, especially in regard to joy, that we must not go to excess,
    • occult means, we always discover that in most cases the joy one
    • experiences has not been merited, and that the manner in which we
    • contrary, our actions have generally been such that we have merited
    • this, that we always find the reason in the course of our present
    • clarity that we have often failed to conduct ourselves in our
    • to conduct ourselves always in external life in the presence of what
    • causes us pain that our conduct shall seem to be an acceptance
    • thing is that we shall do this inwardly.
    • yet we should say to ourselves in the depths of our souls that we
    • instance, that some one strikes us, that he beats us with a
    • ask: "Who is it that strikes me?" No one says in such a case: "It is
    • I that beat myself." Only in the rarest cases do people say that they
    • punish themselves. And yet it is true that we ourselves lifted the
    • self, when we say: "Everything that befalls us comes from ourselves.
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