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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • wrestling spirit of man such as are given us in some great work like
    • such a way that it appears as a teaching given to his pupil. But to
    • set before us, because it is not enough just to give ourselves up to
    • descriptions to give expression to what shines out to us from such a
    • read this wonderful discourse that Plato has given us in order to
    • passage through the gates of death. He gives out his teaching in a
    • very greatest riddles. Truly, a hard one seems to be given us when we
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • just for this reason that such great care must be taken to give the
    • at other times are hidden as behind a veil. That is what gives such
    • necessity out of Arjuna's destiny, instead of being given us merely
    • that might appear even trivial to many Westerners in its given form.
    • standpoint, then you can go and give yourself up to your duty. You
    • what I say, let me give you a radical example. You will think it
    • arise in the soul through exactly the same process as what gives rise
    • moment when Krishna stands before Arjuna and gives him the power of
    • in a true way the first truth that Krishna gives to Arjuna after the
    • is accepted in blind faith and given out as gospel truth. Let me
    • given in the Vedas dogmatically as the disciples of the Veda
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • worlds. There are those who really believe that a dream has given
    • realize that most of his dreams give him no more than he has already
    • incarnation. One who follows such indications as are given in my book
    • widens his consciousness by following the indications I have given
    • will often find it easy here too to give a materialistic explanation
    • energetically the exercises given in my book
    • realizes how in this connection people can give themselves up to the
    • given for soul development you will soon realize that it all comes to
    • People carry out the directions given in
    • stop, so we give it up.
    • use.” Indeed he may honestly think so. If the instructor gives
    • through such exercises as given in my book and thus comes to have
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • have given. Thus the first step consists in strengthening and
    • today give ourselves with our whole soul to the study of natural
    • self-sufficient. Yet this comparison ought to give us food for
    • where his dreams are woven, this is no longer enough to give him a
    • like now to give you an idea of how one's consciousness in this realm
    • which I have given the merest hint, will be labeled a fantastic
    • understanding is able to grasp this fact. People only will not give
    • this wonderful Song are to give you something which, if you really
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • into the nature of definitions, once set out to give a definition of
    • than we generally give him credit for, sleeplessness would in a very
    • practicing the exercises I have given in my book,
    • Thus it is possible during a given cycle of
    • We may give a name to
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • the noblest words are given merely an abstract, philosophic
    • I tried to give an idea of the form of the first four
    • discourse by developing the concepts given us at the very beginning,
    • really means when a new impulse is given for a new epoch in the
    • has to give depends above all upon the old clairvoyant epoch ceasing,
    • are able to do by means of what is given, for example, in our occult
    • evolution there is no Being who could give the individual human
    • give about Krishna, because on earth there are all those concerns
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • kind of judgment. They think that a given thing must have the same
    • understanding upon it much is added to all that can be given -to
    • in such a way as to give it sense and meaning for those who can
    • that is given by the intellect as such but to take things in the way
    • they are directly and immediately given to occult vision. Only
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • a superficial Western culture is in relation to what has already been given
    • tried to combine what Indian philosophy can give, with important
    • European gave out, it was simply terrible. If you will forgive the
    • expression, it was enough to give one the creeps. It was one
    • severest effort of the soul. It is the soul's work that gives a thing
    • philological sense, not in order to give academic commentaries, but
    • give up.” Thus the higher light could not find entrance because
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • of those three conditions. In the last lecture I sought to give an
    • which gives us an idea of how different men were then. They called
    • time the man who can give himself up to knowledge as penetrating as
    • penetrating what lies around him, so that he does not give himself up
    • altogether given up to his bodily life, so that he is blunt and
    • ourselves with the feeling these ideas give we can apply them to
    • give it to them. Rajas men are diligent, men of action; but they act
    • damp down this fear. Actually, Ahriman — the giver of fear —
    • that Krishna as the creator of self-consciousness must give. Thus he
    • must say, “I have to come; I have to give thee the ego-man, a
    • where in two stages another teaching is given them, of
    • such lines of thought as we can give only in outline are indeed
    • have been able to give these lectures here before you. This shows me



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