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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • things that lie so deeply on our hearts, those things that we believe
    • onward, the human soul will feel increasingly that these things
    • refreshment of something in him which, ever since they gained
    • something like a breath of the ancient clairvoyance humanity
    • in a time when he could become acquainted with the wondrous things
    • something which Arjuna — one of the foremost, perhaps the
    • alight upon something similar to what we are accustomed to find in
    • that this majestic song came into the Western world as something
    • Apart from various things
    • approach such a thing we feel how little human language, philosophy,
    • man upon earth. We need something quite different from ordinary
    • things. He begs Krishna to show himself to him in such manner as he
    • embraces all things, a great, sublime, glorious beauty, a nobility
    • for the life of earth around him appears as something strange and
    • would live with the Gods, and who feel human life as something
    • containing things of sublime import!
    • understanding for earthly things! It comes to men who have attained
    • earthly things, seems to the Westerner quite intelligible and
    • little way into these things. Pictures that we can grasp with our
    • contains something to which Western civilization can respond.
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • that the same thing meets us again in the
    • a hidden artistic beauty in the song, so that if nothing else were to
    • our souls. We have to experience something which disturbs and shakes
    • something almost with horror. Such experiences belong to the initial
    • body must not suffer a like upheaval. That is the essential thing. We
    • without anything being noticed in us outwardly, while within we may
    • will everything be imperiled — man himself, the law, the whole
    • had received into his feeling something that the man of today no
    • something new. Here in these very first discourses we find an accent
    • philosophical mind. For what is the first thing that Krishna says to
    • and consider well this one thing. What dies and what remains alive in
    • everything is evolving. If he says that Krishna's exhortation, as I
    • intellectual terms was something absolutely new and epoch-making in
    • if to a new thing that is only now to enter humanity.
    • been written in the West to prove that thought is merely something
    • that all possess? It is something not generally regarded or valued as
    • they value is something quite different. They value their concepts
    • understand that clairvoyance begins in something common and everyday.
    • One thing is necessary
    • ephemeral that streams out from all things. They must have been able
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • in our most ordinary life we really have something in us that is
    • something else in us as well, which is even more akin to clairvoyant
    • people who are only too ready to see something high and wonderful in
    • them something altogether new, something that has never been there
    • idea that there is anything remarkable in the revelations of our
    • that it is always at pains to prove that a dream contains nothing
    • a clear idea of his dream experiences, learning something from them
    • notice how one thing or another wells up before us that we could not
    • dream he will seem to remember something. He can say to
    • will have this experience fairly easily. He will recall something he
    • experience, reveals something quite different from a mere
    • depths of his soul something more is active than is present in his
    • something like the memory of a dream arises in our consciousness but
    • welcomed it gladly. Something lives in us that felt a kind of delight
    • something that stands in quite a different relation to this blow of
    • contains something far more than its content within the limits of
    • about the same things they were grumbling about twenty, even thirty
    • flesh-pots of Egypt. Let us not imagine that it is an easy thing to
    • bring nothing into it of our everyday sense experiences. Thereby in a
    • bitterness we notice that there was something in us that sought out
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  • 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
    • take with him from the ordinary world something we designated as an
    • something else was still present in the self; I mean, primeval
    • That, my friends, is a big question because we touch something here
    • anything more than what his senses and his brain-bound intellect can
    • observe the things and events around him, their relationships, and
    • all this something else finds its way almost imperceptibly into our
    • soul, something that has no purpose or sense for physical life. Many
    • by means of the brain-bound intellect, something steals into his soul
    • longing for something he does not have, but the lack of sense for
    • world of the senses. Thus he is driven to cultivate something
    • the external world has implanted something in his soul that would be
    • something he does not have, but of something he has.
    • the market and make up accounts they find something that certainly
    • things that life opens to view, yet no explanation for them is to be
    • have vague, unrecognized longings. Something is active in them that
    • man has of his physical environment something now enters that is like
    • world now has a different aspect from anything known on the physical
    • plane. We discover that we are seeing something we do not see
    • permeated and transfused with something not unlike the cloud-forms
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • unreality of attempts to define things. Being concerned with
    • realities we will proceed then to describe things in their essential
    • the same things I am putting before you here. It is quite
    • question to speak of these things as we do now, at any time from the
    • with the reality of things. Thought will become very different from
    • anything that philosophy or external physiology or anatomy can find
    • same thing would have happened to him — and it did happen in
    • can see into the spiritual worlds. A similar thing happened if a man
    • simply do they allow many things to play up from their
    • instance. It is curious to observe things like this on the broad
    • horizon of external life today; things that represent some after-play
    • dominant thought of their age; how in Newton's time, when everything
    • self-consciousness entered the human soul everything that could
    • had something that worked into their lives with great power and
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • conceptual point of view. Here we touch upon something that makes it
    • inherent in the Christ Impulse, is something altogether different,
    • something to which the
    • whole range of the world’s life there is nothing to be found
    • be expunged altogether, having crept in by mistake. He thinks nothing
    • tendencies. These really have nothing to do with the
    • spoke of things that men still have to learn. Above all we must
    • along the path into the super-sensible toward something already
    • expecting such things, by entering the higher world with such
    • describing something to you, verbally. Then I feel impelled to
    • other things the wonderful dramatic composition of the
    • “And now, having told thee everything, I will declare to thee
    • thing — a peculiar difficulty in imagining and bringing to life
    • something in which it can feel at home, one may say. We go still
    • independent of outer things as it gradually attains Yoga and becomes
    • it, we must bring to it something our soul in its development has
    • something enters now that requires Yoga, the devotional mood, for its
    • Nothing firm I find, nor rest, O Mighty Krishna, Who art as Vishnu
    • nothing in human evolution with which the human ego is not connected.
    • something that lifts us up
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • very forces that represent what it is in man that makes him something
    • things being equal, it can believe in itself. With the faculty of
    • will find it difficult to imagine this “less than nothing.”
    • spend them until you have nothing left. In this domain of life there
    • is a real “less than nothing.” It is often one of the
    • shillings. In practical life less-than-nothing is often more
    • things are sometimes accepted as axioms, as obvious truths. Thus, you
    • less than nothing, that there is no such thing. Even more, it is
    • sometimes said that nothing itself cannot exist. Yet, what exists in
    • philosophic dicta about “nothing,” however pretentious
    • ill-defined nothingness. It is true that the physical something that
    • surrounds us can be reduced to nothing, and then still further to
    • less than nothing. This “nothing” actually is a
    • plant, and animal kingdoms, reduced down to nothing, then down to
    • below nothing. Then it is that those forces arise that are creatively
    • nothing else, we are doing what natural science does, making no
    • distinctions, touching only the surface of things. Suppose it gains
    • fifteen.” The man leaves out of account the very thing
    • the real nature of things. By introducing animal sleep into the
    • kind of judgment. They think that a given thing must have the same
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • draw attention to one thing. The summits of spiritual life have at
    • certain things hitherto kept secret and really known to but very few
    • time. For example, there is nothing better protected in the regions
    • Everything we may call
    • even to its contemporaries. Here is something to which I would like
    • people, to develop something that may easily make them feel how far behind
    • something of this kind. At the beginning of our founding of the
    • whatever. I do not mean to say anything against it, rather I would
    • concepts of Fichte and Hegel. There was nothing to be done with the
    • whole thing.
    • that they were listening to something which rested on a wrong kind of
    • do so we must set up something as a kind of hypothesis, for it has
    • to say something paradoxical, but we must think of what Schopenhauer
    • something quite different. When we today go through our occult
    • then that they attained? With all their pains it was something
    • today. Then, everything those men did with their Yoga and the Sankhya
    • lies something far more important, that if the man of today will only
    • Fichte or a Hegel. There is something more. What today can be found
    • significant thing, something from which we may in a certain sense
    • severest effort of the soul. It is the soul's work that gives a thing
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • by this something that could hardly be considered food at present,
    • his impulses and reactions, or by the thing itself, from fully
    • nothing of the consciousness of a dog or a horse, not even of another
    • everything that surrounds us. These ideas are really comprehensive.
    • stars, everything he can see. He does not think about it however. He
    • free Arjuna's soul from all those things that surround him and are
    • were men who in a certain sense knew nothing of the Divine Beings
    • before the spiritual. All its arguments are nothing but an opiate to
    • the surrounding world and begin to feel that it has something in it
    • Devotion, giving ourselves up to things, does not help us to
    • to the world — the new age would never have begun. Everything
    • configuration of things, casting off the whole of outer life like a
    • strive toward perfection, but to receive in oneself something
    • dilettante method because it leads to nothing. One may form societies
    • That has no importance. What is important is to regard things as they
    • really are. To the way of looking at things that goes so far in
    • lose nothing of their greatness and majesty. How sublime was the
    • reach something higher, and I will. Always it is only a certain stage
    • penetrate the sacred mysteries. We could not supply you with anything
    • the matter as we do by pointing out the reality in all things. But
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