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  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: The Third Revelation
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    • conscious of the thought-content in what it says. With these three
    • makes itself known to our consciousness as something higher than the
    • own speech and can became conscious of it. We are approaching the
    • child's full consciousness, so are the Gospels related to the new
    • soul's unconscious depths, and then ever more clearly — to
    • to perceive ever more deeply that what we are principally conscious of
    • because, imperceptible at first for ordinary consciousness, there lies
    • withering up, would assail mankind if their consciousness, and from
    • their unconscious. But those who interpret everything
  • Title: Faith, Love, Hope: Towards the Sixth Epoch
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    • of that genuine ego-consciousness which has been in preparation during
    • was intimated by the Mystery of Golgotha, this ego-consciousness was
    • gradually freeing itself from a consciousness of which present-day
    • state of sleep, when consciousness is in complete abeyance. Between
    • consciousness; but in ordinary dreaming they emerge in such an obscure
    • present-day consciousness this interpretation at first seems fairly
    • when awake to become conscious of these bonds. Having no knowledge of
    • occasionally be conjured up into consciousness, and this happens in
    • ego-consciousness took on the form it has now. Before then, the
    • from our consciousness and the old vivid contact is no more.”
    • fact, it was during this period of transition, when consciousness of
    • have, that is, the right ego-consciousness. The farther men advance
    • into the future, the more firmly will this ego-consciousness establish
    • Thus we see that the ego-consciousness men have to-day does not go
    • themselves believers. For, though monists are not conscious of it, all
    • point in full consciousness to what is destined to come about —
    • advance step by step, in full consciousness, from our age of faith,

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