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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • belong to its requirements, to its deepest longings. And it is with
    • time, along with all those who have traveled here in order to show in
    • soul belongs in its most inward, most essential being. The soul is
    • death. It longs to rise into a world of the eternal, but with the
    • this soul is still one of those who long for the higher worlds, who
    • what they could no longer have knowledge; believe in what was for
    • our deepest longings. In ancient times the soul was well aware of
    • those who belonged together are about to murder each other. He felt
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • generally spread out over many moments, over long periods of living,
    • something almost with horror. Such experiences belong to the initial
    • longer knows, but that in those ancient times was a primeval teaching
    • the whole of Europe. What is to be called Eastern land belongs
    • gradually attains to where he no longer, consciously, lives and feels
    • long as he is outside himself, takes on a form similar to that of the
    • earth. Then as men we no longer feel ourselves bound to a particular
    • from the very beginning of the earth. We feel the age-long succession
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • thinking for a long time about some perplexing problem and has at
    • a long time — even perhaps for several decades — then an
    • that had longed to live through what we felt to be so unwelcome. This
    • our ordinary life. So long as these interfere in this realm of
    • dreams, so long do they make themselves important in it and block the
    • world. If some people imagine that they no longer take any special
    • from our everyday life to arise in our dreams. They can no longer
    • realize the beginning of higher consciousness. Along with this
    • we no longer want to shrink back from the higher worlds. But then a
    • new and considerable danger arises. We no longer perhaps bring the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • among other things, the woven fabric of our dreams belongs, he must
    • tells me that man belongs to other realms, that my human nature
    • knowledge that it belongs not only to the physical world — this
    • longing for something he does not have, but the lack of sense for
    • what it is that comes into the soul that does not belong to this
    • take up occult exercises. We would not say man has an inward longing
    • man is no longer quite in the position of a mere loiterer or
    • have vague, unrecognized longings. Something is active in them that
    • does not belong to the physical world but keeps on putting forth
    • transition, because he belonged to that time in evolution when only
    • present in his soul but it is flickering out. It is no longer a
    • where his dreams are woven, this is no longer enough to give him a
    • a kind of overflow in his soul and belongs really to other
    • bear transported to the South, we thirst and long for something that
    • away the light-air from us. We crave breath, and long for the
    • done all that belongs to the training; suppose he has forgotten that
    • perceives nothing of what is really there, and instead he longs for
    • Such beings have to exist alongside those who have the mission of
    • consciousness, the moment in which we actually acquired them has long
    • since passed. We experienced them long before we met them with our
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • what is meant by the cyclic course of life, for alongside the actual
    • much inherited strength that insomnia can persist for a long time
    • never stopping halfway along any line of thinking. I have here a
    • yoke. “We must think along different lines,” says Wilson,
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • be perfectly correct and yet nonsense. Not until this is no longer
    • along the path into the super-sensible toward something already
    • first discourse your soul is borne along by the continually
    • through Yoga. All the time your feeling is being borne along by
    • discourses no longer carries us. It ceases, and an altogether new
    • belongs not to the realm of the intellect but to imaginative
    • that do not belong to the individual alone. Imagine a person feeling
    • such a way that it belonged to the whole of humanity, to all the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • pure breath of God so long as they work in unconscious innocence. We
    • been taken from common humanity would no longer have been adapted to
    • belongs to all mankind. This is the moment indicated in the words,
    • yesterday we thought of abstractly. What belongs to all mankind comes
    • 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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    • belong to a certain nation should always have an immediate feeling
    • nation, even though it might belong to a previous age. The population
    • spiritual achievement belongs, and for its posterity, its teaching
    • and along with them we see a number of people today who do not value
    • expression that belong to the feeling, the mood, the mental habit of
    • devoid of light. It is “darkness.” So long as our
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • tamas food what had become rotten, had stood too long, and had a foul
    • said, “So long as one does not
    • highest self thou dost not belong to it, and wilt experience thy
    • external conditions belong to one or other of these three groups.
    • tearing himself away from his environment, no longer asking what goes
    • know the external, and therefore had to go through the long course of
    • disposition; walk no longer in the path of Krishna” —
    • the course of time this longing for individual perfection was driven
    • immediately, and the longing for the opposite is awakened. Many human
    • one-sided perfection of the individual soul but belongs to the whole
    • Thus, all along it has
    • been not quite comfortable to belong to that spiritual movement that

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