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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • clairvoyant capacity, observe something in the soul, experience
    • something, which bears a relationship to the higher realms? In
    • The first thing that
    • thinking, our memory. Memory and thought are not something
    • thought-life he has something which points to the higher worlds. What
    • something else related to objects and beings besides our concepts. We
    • do, indeed, have something else. It is what we call feelings of
    • sympathy, antipathy. We consider one thing beautiful,
    • another ugly; perhaps, we love one thing and hate another; one we
    • life of the heart is something quite different from the conceptual
    • when we say to ourselves, not only that we consider a thing beautiful
    • when we have the impulse to act. When we undertake anything,
    • in connection with everything that we do. When we go out, for
    • life, our will impulses, as something ranging wholly beyond the
    • with something which requires concentrated thinking — study a
    • but not something, on the other hand, in which we are deeply
    • emotions is something that hinders us from falling asleep. When
    • have burdened our soul with something or when there is a special joy
    • something else: that is, our dreams. It might be supposed at first
    • course, to test these things adequately. Take an
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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • something which points to a future destiny, not to one already
    • past. In human life joy is for the most part something one has not
    • of our destiny. We do not generally have an insight into such a thing
    • thing is that we shall do this inwardly.
    • ourselves have been the cause of all such things. Suppose, for
    • something against us. It is we ourselves who cause something to
    • happen to us as recompense for something we have done. And thus do we
    • self, when we say: "Everything that befalls us comes from ourselves.
    • viewing things, then our serenity, our acceptance of our karma
    • person when we expect him to learn something, to do something, for
    • universal karma of humanity, so that the right thing may be
    • done. Doing the wrong thing is raising a rebellion against destiny,
    • feeling that one has been pushed into something, has been driven into
    • them about nothing except the subjects which they had themselves been
    • habit of following with vital interest the things that occur in one's
    • everything else in the soul, are connected in a certain way with the
    • anger is something that a person does not by any means have under his
    • himself to do such a thing must think for many, many weeks about
    • us that, when we sleep, everything is reversed. Then the will is
    • simple reason that he knows things only by means of his thoughts and
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