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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • onward, the human soul will feel increasingly that these things
    • sentiments, feelings and ideas it contains had their origin in an age
    • human clairvoyance. One who tries to feel what this poem breathes
    • different tongues, have felt the same. What a wonderful feeling it
    • inclined to approach it from the start with this feeling of holiness
    • foremost of the personalities in the Song — feels from the
    • completely new, and almost equally new were the feelings,
    • approach such a thing we feel how little human language, philosophy,
    • were forced upon it because this soul feels itself related to a
    • far away, altogether unrelated to his soul. We can distinctly feel
    • would live with the Gods, and who feel human life as something
    • who feels all that is spread before him as unfamiliar and remote —
    • understanding — to our power of perception and to our feeling.
    • the dying Socrates sets forth to his disciples. They cannot feel
    • want to feel the deeper impulses, the mighty impulses that arise on
    • thoughts and feelings that, so to say, were thrown off by the old
    • worlds. We must feel ourselves stimulated to this search when we
    • times we find everywhere groups of people who did not at all feel
    • but to his tribal or racial group. This group-soul feeling
    • of Arjuna and feel the horror that lived in him when he realized how
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • all our forces, filling us with intense feeling. Emotions that are
    • feelings are concentrated in a single moment and storm through us
    • imagination, of feeling and will — these too must not be
    • must have the power to do this with the same intensity of feeling
    • concerned. We must be able to feel with the destiny of all
    • mankind, with as much interest as we usually feel in our own destiny,
    • a humble place in life and as if by natural instinct feel this
    • Such is his feeling. It is as though the ground were about to sink
    • had received into his feeling something that the man of today no
    • feeling that Arjuna has absorbed, on which for him the whole
    • well-being of human evolution depends. He feels that the forefathers
    • of the tribe, the ancestors, are worthy of honor. He feels that their
    • its thoughts. Above all we must enter deeply into its feelings
    • because it is in feeling that the soul is intimately bound up with
    • Arjuna would naturally feel, and the bloody battle of brother against
    • time Krishna revealed it. Souls like Arjuna did indeed feel that
    • truth. They must have once passed through the feeling of the fleeting
    • able to feel the deepest pain and the fullest delight in the external
    • their concepts and ideas. They must have had the feeling, “In
    • it must be in deepest loneliness. Then you have another feeling. On
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • into a wonderful feeling of bliss and elation to realize that in the
    • it is a strange dream. It tells us that feelings live within us that
    • whole course of our present life — when we did not feel this
    • we feel ourselves in a certain relation to the outer world and the
    • feeling is quite different in its quality from any recollection out
    • life. When a new, significant feeling thus arises, the horizon of
    • someone begins reading perhaps with the most beautiful feelings of
    • most holy feelings. That will only carry through for a little while,
    • however, for all sorts of inner feelings begin coming in and make us
    • But these feelings that
    • bitter feelings, let us try to understand how one actually comes to
    • this misfortune, even feeling the need of it for our development. Now
    • then is everyday judgment in creating a feeling of antipathy toward
    • can feel antipathy toward a blow of fate! When it looks out beyond
    • the horizon of this incarnation, it feels one thing only to be
    • necessary, to become ever more perfect. This feeling is stronger than
    • this. Instead it seeks its destiny, and feels it as a process of
    • beyond we enter into that life and feeling of which we can say, “It
    • at the same time we have another experience. While we feel we can
    • what it is in ordinary consciousness, a feeling arises in us, “I
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • Man instinctively feels
    • of this life element, to have insufficient light-air. We feel a pain
    • moral sense, his moral feelings, that he must tear all earthly
    • moral feelings Lucifer takes the light-air away from him, so that he
    • distinctly have the feeling that when we gained them we were in an
    • definite feelings and ideas or perhaps views about the Christ —
    • truth like the history of the two Jesus children. Just when one feels
    • feeling it in this way — of becoming, so to say, a twofold
    • sense impressions of this world of ours but even our feelings and
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • logical insight cannot help feeling the poverty and unfruitfulness of
    • their impulses of will and feeling enter their consciousness as they
    • ancestors, feeling that although they had died their spiritual part
    • thought, “I think,” with every feeling, “I
    • feel,” with every impulse of will, “I will.”
    • withdrew his understanding and feeling for the fires of sacrifice and
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • Arjuna’s thoughts and feelings as characteristic of that time,
    • describing something to you, verbally. Then I feel impelled to
    • of feeling that thus translates the super-sensible into sense terms.
    • that of the Krishna Being. Then it feels the need of representing to
    • to this increase of force and feeling. There are eighteen discourses,
    • increasing current of feeling and idea. First, immortality is the
    • through Yoga. All the time your feeling is being borne along by
    • something in which it can feel at home, one may say. We go still
    • definite, familiar feelings. Then comes a still greater climax. We
    • certainty of feeling — the feeling that can still gain
    • suffice, we fail, As we reach this part of the song we feel as if we
    • his soul. Whoever reaches this ninth song may feel this devotional
    • there he feels he must walk with reverence. Then follows the eleventh
    • the clairvoyant gaze of Arjuna. We feel with Arjuna. We remind
    • philosophies. If we can only dimly feel the dazzling heights that can
    • that do not belong to the individual alone. Imagine a person feeling
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • sensitive to these things feels something like a gentle breath of God
    • One who recognizes them as among the generative forces feels the
    • must feel these things and be sensitive to them, then we shall
    • feeling for the real majesty, the greatness and wonder of these
    • more we have this feeling of wonder. Not only our intellect and
    • of soul. We shall feel that we may belong to that humanity that over
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • feeling that really lies at the basis of such a work. This is
    • belong to a certain nation should always have an immediate feeling
    • remote in sentiment and feeling from the
    • came precisely from the feeling that certain secrets must today be
    • the mood, the mode of feeling, the mental habit of ancient India from
    • combined with great fervor of feeling, but with this there was no
    • that produced it. So, in the deep sentiments and feelings of the
    • We will find enthusiasm, strong feeling and fervent belief
    • they are already far from understanding those feelings poured out in the
    • people, to develop something that may easily make them feel how far behind
    • spirit. If we feel this ideal through and through and consider what
    • quality of feeling — between our three thinkers and the
    • ourselves into the living feelings of that time. Then we begin to
    • expression that belong to the feeling, the mood, the mental habit of
    • to show how different is the whole configuration of feeling and idea
    • to go this way again and feel with the ancient man of India because
    • right quality of feeling, particularly in its later sections. At a
    • higher stage, our inability to feel our way into these concepts is
    • academic way. In them lies the feeling of the whole period of the
    • feeling. It is easier to take them in the true sense of the life of
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    • is permeated by feelings and shades of meaning saturated with ideas of sattwa,
    • feeling must be attuned so as to understand what is said in the sense
    • our mode of feeling is different from what is contained there and we
    • are unable to make those very different feelings our own. If we tried
    • understand these feelings of sattwa, rajas and tamas, so fundamental
    • who receives the light of ideas, of feelings and sentiments streaming
    • ourselves with the feeling these ideas give we can apply them to
    • on in utmost harmony with it. If he begins to feel himself an
    • brothers confront brothers, with all that thou feelest thyself bound
    • religious feeling also these three groups may be distinguished.
    • these concepts to religious feeling in our time we should say (but
    • the surrounding world and begin to feel that it has something in it
    • and know that thou canst live without feeling thyself bound up with
    • world; who in their feelings and all their inner experiences are
    • lonely souls. They neither feel themselves bound up with the
    • This may penetrate our feelings with deep significance. It may also tell us
    • souls now feel how little they can escape from this enhanced
    • to show how Western minds can perceive and feel what they owe to Krishna;

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