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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • human natures, and not to think it too easy for a Western soul to
    • Now let us think of
    • him with Krishna's disciple Arjuna. Think how the Greek has to be
    • introduced to the super-sensible world, and then think of Arjuna who can
    • think of how we once had this access that it once was there for man.
    • with the right. Think how Arjuna's soul confronted the impending
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • its very life. Now think of the great contrast between all that
    • thinking and consciousness. He never stops to consider that
    • natural — this thinking activity was by no means always so
    • what I say, let me give you a radical example. You will think it
    • but “tree” they do not know. Thinking in such general
    • present time. This mode of thinking has indeed only entered humanity
    • logical thinking has only existed since the period that followed
    • Krishna impels Arjuna to logical thought, to thinking in abstractions, as
    • the whole inner thinking of man simply arises in him out of the
    • you think then that we all are clairvoyant, if only slightly, or,
    • do you think that those of us who are not clairvoyant can never
    • and ideas, but no one could think abstractly, could have
    • thinking the pearl of clairvoyance is contained from the start. Ideas
    • uttered by a pioneer of thinking, “O, Man, make bold to use thy
    • instrument for thinking, feeling and willing in his waking
    • thinking it goes on to an indication of the path of Yoga. Then at the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • THE last lecture I was trying to show you how the thinking of
    • thinking enters man's soul in exactly the same way as the revelations
    • thinking for a long time about some perplexing problem and has at
    • quite other reasons, thinking for instance that they need meat for
    • use.” Indeed he may honestly think so. If the instructor gives
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • man were really the being that materialistic thinking considers him,
    • who was asked, “What do you think of the philosophers who spend
    • fellows labor. One might indeed think of it in this way, but we must
    • loiterers and think they would do better to carry through some
    • any other object. Even as in the outer world we can think about an
    • object that is simply there before us, so can we think about these
    • concern the facts, they concern the manner in which any thinking
    • search about for historical personalities you think might possibly
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • unthinkable. It would be absurd. It would have been out of the
    • of thought, the way of thinking that produced the great materialistic
    • thinkers declared that this hollow cup did not really exist. They
    • never stopping halfway along any line of thinking. I have here a
    • Freethinker's Calendar,
    • yoke. “We must think along different lines,” says Wilson,
    • this requires an all-pervading thinking, a logic that penetrates to
    • anthroposophical outlook. It forces its devotees to think in an
    • So we must think of
    • our spiritual thinking was being prepared in the last four centuries.
    • most advanced it was comparatively weak. People then did not think as
    • they do today, with the awareness, “I am thinking this
    • centuries the kind of education that forced men to think out natural
    • thought, “I think,” with every feeling, “I
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • a truly fundamental knowledge of human evolution. People's thinking
    • of modern abstract thinking, however, we may have a contradiction
    • be expunged altogether, having crept in by mistake. He thinks nothing
    • reminding us at times of the Western philosophic mode of thinking,
    • When we think of the
    • who can think specifically, “all mankind” by no means
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • have described previously about the effects of thinking.
    • kind of judgment. They think that a given thing must have the same
    • think when you consider all that has been said today, leading up as
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • great European thinker said on his deathbed, “Only one person
    • Fichte, to mention a few of many spiritualized thinkers. Many Indian
    • thinkers would like to make these ideas their own.
    • German Section in our movement an Indian thinker sent me a
    • Indian thinker. He was a European who had learned the arguments of
    • the Indian thinker and was bringing them forward as spiritual wisdom
    • Christianity. All this we can realize, but we must think of it in
    • to say something paradoxical, but we must think of what Schopenhauer
    • philosophy looking up fervently to Fichte and other Western thinkers;
    • profound works of our time, in those of the three European thinkers I
    • quality of feeling — between our three thinkers and the
    • easily, thinking we understand them.
    • yet lie in the widespread, fossilized thinking of the West. By
    • laws with his thinking, can in a certain sense live together with it.
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • rajas and tamas. In these last chapters our whole mode of thinking and
    • stars, everything he can see. He does not think about it however. He
    • unconscious tamas men; the materialistic thinkers of our time who
    • have been dispensed with. No one should ever think either that one

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