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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • refreshment of something in him which, ever since they gained
    • against mere familiarity with it, can only come when its occult
    • transformed by its setting. Then again this setting leads us further
    • descending again and re-entering the confused and devastating
    • Socrates to lead the earthly souls until they gain an outlook into
    • indeed comprehensible to Western souls. They can gain an
    • battle as a battle against its own body, when, in the moment he
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • again and again. I have already indicated it in discussing the Gospel
    • of St. John, and again on a later occasion in speaking of the Gospel
    • that the same thing meets us again in the
    • against brothers, his blood relations. He shrinks back. He will not
    • fight against them. While fear and terror come over him and he is
    • against each other. Such a soul as Arjuna can be shaken by that to
    • fights against brother. Surely then all the tribal customs will be
    • says Arjuna to himself, “if blood fights against blood?”
    • Arjuna would naturally feel, and the bloody battle of brother against
    • to fix their interest on this coming forth and passing away again,
    • against a hard saying by Krishna. He absolutely rejects what for
    • once more an enhancement of dramatic power, and again comes the
    • sleep, and when he returns again into everyday consciousness he feels
    • how this plant-like life shrinks together again and becomes the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • A person who would gain
    • how he may gain insight into the higher worlds. Then his curiosity is
    • means we are struggling against the very forces that allow the images
    • relations are fighting against one another, events are taking place
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • soul by the experiences we gain through occult exercises such as I
    • power to surcharge the soul with selfhood. Today man can again
    • how they come into being and pass away again, but he would ask no
    • and gain knowledge of the external science of history — with
    • this case for thousands of years. Therefore we ask again if these
    • what Krishna is. Referring again to what was said yesterday, let us
    • Their arguments against what the occultist has to say are plausible
    • proper training, Lucifer gains the power to deprive us of the
    • who exist to battle against the work of good beings. On entering that
    • good alone? Why isn't it everywhere, always?” Now we gain this
    • be conscious when he falls to sleep, and he does not regain
    • consciousness till he wakes up again. In the age of primeval
    • such truths; we never experience them in the way we gain experience
    • distinctly have the feeling that when we gained them we were in an
    • help us gain knowledge of Krishna; that is to say, of the very
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • substance. A philosophic school in Greece, wishing to gain insight
    • very forces Western humanity will be gaining spiritual knowledge.
    • and thereby gain glimpses of
    • forces of Gabriel. But the point is to gain a moment's insight
    • known world from the unknown. In the last few days I have again come
    • how objections are piled up against anthroposophical thought, for
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • most difficult in our time to gain a true judgment about the great
    • certainty of feeling — the feeling that can still gain
    • brother-blood is pitted against its like. We know that what Krishna
    • moods of this great poem work upon us we shall gain much more than
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • kingdoms of nature. The point is, however, that man gains knowledge
    • within himself, however, he can only gain knowledge of that insofar
    • outwardly, can see itself, just so little can man gain knowledge of
    • sleep they appear and begin building up again what has been
    • distinctions, touching only the surface of things. Suppose it gains
    • organism again in sleep, then it will treat these forces as does a
    • other, from going to sleep to waking again. In our waking state we
    • up again.
    • the battle-field with the Kurus and Pandus arrayed against each
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • property of a whole people. Again, this is a peculiar trait in the
    • European concepts, such as might be gained in real truth —
    • whatever. I do not mean to say anything against it, rather I would
    • has just been said, we shall gain a ray of light to show us how
    • Shankaracharya, were to appear again in our time with the same
    • Shankaracharya himself, had come again in the nineteenth century and
    • to go this way again and feel with the ancient man of India because
    • moment I shall mention another matter where the connection is again
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • free heavens appears to him, the impression he gains is none other
    • self-liberation, but here again, what then required the greatest
    • us ask again, what is it that Krishna really wants for Arjuna, whose
    • of gaining an understanding of the universe is gradually to begin? He
    • is, the spirit who worked through Krishna — appeared again in
    • did not enter human evolution but worked in Krishna and again in this
    • do this if one tried to find again in the Krishna stream what can be
    • subject has shown it again — that a circle of people can be



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