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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Contents
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    • Cultivation of the life of the soul. Right development of our
    • soul characteristics through self-observation and self-mastery. The
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • found within the human soul — before one achieves any sort
    • clairvoyant capacity, observe something in the soul, experience
    • the human soul, it manifests three parts in a certain way independent
    • confronts us when we direct attention to ourselves as souls is our
    • conceptual life as a part of our soul life.
    • A second part of our soul
    • second component of our soul-organism, this life of emotions. Thus we
    • have already two soul-components, our life of thought and of
    • to the station. Back of all this lies the third member of our soul
    • how this is related to the three soul elements: the thought impulse,
    • our soul life we can clearly differentiate: our thought life, our
    • soul life, we can differentiate among these three single
    • components of the life of the soul in our external existence.
    • have burdened our soul with something or when there is a special joy
    • even into sleep. In other words, they are a soul element that remains
    • soul component, with the impulses of will? There also we can present
    • external world vanishes, and we feel as if our soul being were
    • impulses present themselves to the soul before the person falls
    • one feels, in addition, how the bodily nature is deserted by the soul
    • observe the life of the soul.
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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • Cultivation of the life of the soul. Right development of our soul
    • the differentiation of the soul life of the human being into three
    • the nurture of the soul life, take hold in order to work in the
    • development and cultivation of these three parts of the soul life?
    • of the soul which strives to develop, as its primary characteristic,
    • better acquire for oneself this acceptance, this calmness of soul in
    • yet we should say to ourselves in the depths of our souls that we
    • results follow from this for the human soul, especially when the
    • everything else in the soul, are connected in a certain way with the
    • deeply into the life of the human soul. There are the two poles in
    • the soul life, the life of will on the one hand and that of thoughts,
    • upward from the depths of the soul. The thought evokes the will
    • soul and of the body. Even for the sake of bodily health, therefore,
    • spontaneous activity of their souls is stimulated, so that they
    • brings serenity of soul, inner harmony, contentment into human
    • these things work together in the soul. Such scrappy thinking has the
    • mood of soul. We must seek, therefore, to overcome obstinacy,
    • soul life, and this is extraordinarily important. We see, therefore,
    • in order that mankind may learn to develop soul characteristics in
    • him to impart to souls through the word itself feelings of the heart
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