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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • must enter more and more into human knowledge because, from our time
    • time, along with all those who have traveled here in order to show in
    • speak to you here last time we let our spiritual gaze journey far
    • into the wide regions of the universe. This time it will be our task
    • far away in time and in space from the here and now. It will not on
    • rather to what lives just as much in all times and in all the places
    • renewed significance at the present time. A short time ago the
    • sentiments, feelings and ideas it contains had their origin in an age
    • in a time when he could become acquainted with the wondrous things
    • has been known for so short a time in the West, yet its
    • be of increasing and special significance in our own time.
    • intelligible to Arjuna. How easy it is in our time for a person to
    • if the words of this man were a hundred times more logically sound
    • hundred times less value. This will only be fully grasped when
    • times; the world whose conflicts and struggles led to the result
    • clairvoyance and have continued to evolve in the intervening time,
    • time when the souls of men, having gone through manifold
    • our deepest longings. In ancient times the soul was well aware of
    • chieftain! This already seems symbolical. Men of ancient times had
    • times because with it was connected the ancient perception of a
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • gone only a few steps — or even had only a dim presentiment of
    • In our time there are
    • longer knows, but that in those ancient times was a primeval teaching
    • at other times are hidden as behind a veil. That is what gives such
    • time Krishna revealed it. Souls like Arjuna did indeed feel that
    • present time. This mode of thinking has indeed only entered humanity
    • that logic first began in the time of ancient Greece, could scarcely
    • is only in our time that thought will be valued for what it really
    • at the time, and no wonder, for those who should have understood it
    • abstract judgment, he is thereby giving him, for the first time in
    • mood of infinite sadness, of infinite tragedy, and at the same time
    • and time in order to be together with your concepts and ideas.
    • the infinite spaces and periods of time of the physical world from
    • the times and spaces of the physical world. How do you now feel your
    • Now for the first time you feel yourself inspired. Before, you were
    • sprouting forth of something plant-like at the time of going to
    • time and place, but we feel our humanity such as it has developed
  • 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
    • time he was not aware of experiencing it. Such an experience will
    • a long time — even perhaps for several decades — then an
    • it at the time. Now we notice that behind our everyday consciousness
    • We did not know that all the time our soul had another wider life
    • every day, morning and evening, and for hours at a time, and cannot
    • go even one step into the spiritual worlds. Sometimes it is difficult
    • years ago, although they have been doing exercises all the time. The
    • for the first time we realize in practice what karma is. We entered
    • forward from one life to another. How short is the time in which it
    • at the same time we have another experience. While we feel we can
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • exercises as may be practiced today. In that ancient time, however,
    • his epoch offers him. But the men of that ancient time still had the
    • back and put ourselves in the place of a person living at the time when the
    • their time speculating on the meaning and purpose of life? How does
    • times the comparison held good, but today it does not. Today we might
    • people in the world today who despair of life yet at the same time
    • transition, because he belonged to that time in evolution when only
    • that at the time of its origin men were entering an age in which this
    • great turning-point in time, when, from the twilight of the old
    • today possesses, but that souls of that time did not yet possess.
    • times was dying away within him? He sees the Spiritual Being who is
    • with all his exercises he must at the same time be ennobling his
    • that only people who are content with a merely sentimental and dreamy
    • with sentimentality, but we cannot tolerate it when we enter the
    • is sentimentality. Bravely and unflinchingly we must approach the
    • post-Atlantean times. There we find conditions that, in regard to the
    • full consciousness, as we have to do in our time. We have them
    • earlier time than the present; that we are now drawing out of the
    • depths of our soul what we acquired in an earlier time and are
    • sentiments and all the things that have the power to arouse our
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • force, which at other times creates our consciousness, is in sleep
    • present in him at any one time has been built up in him for a
    • considerable time before. Thus, the abnormal processes cannot affect
    • short time completely undermine his health. But people mostly have so
    • much inherited strength that insomnia can persist for a long time
    • question to speak of these things as we do now, at any time from the
    • intellectualism will go on adhering to it for some time to come, but
    • epochs meet in the very time in which we are living. It will more and
    • so in its time. During this period man's gaze had to be directed
    • open the blue vault of heaven. Until their time it was believed that
    • of space, so will the firmament of time be broken through in
    • times men had themselves set as the boundary of their senses a blue
    • the infinite spheres of space, so will the boundaries of time be
    • will lie before man's gaze in the infinite sea of time all the
    • take it in real earnest. We can sometimes have strange experiences of
    • dominant thought of their age; how in Newton's time, when everything
    • Newton's time to find everywhere words like “attraction”
    • conditions. He shows how human life at that time was completely
    • this time most people had no self-consciousness at all. Even in the
    • organism, preparing it for a later time when it would be capable of
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  • 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
    • been surpassed in later times. Suppose further, having said this, he
    • its beauty and greatness were increased a hundred times.” These
    • Arjuna’s thoughts and feelings as characteristic of that time,
    • deepest wisdom of Krishna at the time when he stood before Arjuna,
    • through Yoga. All the time your feeling is being borne along by
    • kindled as we approach this Being. All this time we are living in
    • reminding us at times of the Western philosophic mode of thinking,
    • “I am time
    • highest impulses realizable by man at that time, and that there is
    • follow the course of evolution through the epochs of time; then we
    • impulse; not immediately, nor even up to the present time, but
    • sometime in the future. So that from the age of self-consciousness
    • self-life to the utmost. In this way the ancient time would have
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • science will after a time find indications of the forces whereby man
    • things are sometimes accepted as axioms, as obvious truths. Thus, you
    • sometimes said that nothing itself cannot exist. Yet, what exists in
    • a certain age this consciousness awakens. From that time onward the
    • until the time of puberty. Since the forces that manifest themselves
    • All this time his nature is permeated by these sleeping forces. This
    • around the time of puberty, and from then on are still active in
    • the one that we are from the time we waken until we go to sleep, the
    • present-day mankind's evolution. At that time, as is described in
    • time before the Luciferic impulses entered. Thus we rise in thought
    • that distant Lemurian time when man was as yet wholly permeated by
    • the creating forces. At that time man came into being as he is today.
    • At the same time, as we
    • nothing else. Thus, a brother- or sister-soul (in that ancient time
    • know that at the time when Christianity was founded two children were
    • Krishna root takes us back into the Lemurian time, the very primeval
    • age of man. At that time it was one with humanity, before ever the
    • physical evolution of mankind began. In later time this root, these
    • Gospel I delivered years ago in Basel, when for the first time I drew
    • age that is dawning will in time make it possible to deepen points
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • remote in sentiment and feeling from the
    • all times been concealed from the wide plain of human intelligence.
    • poured out into all people. Until our time, however, these facts
    • protected by a fundamental characteristic of mankind in olden times,
    • time. For example, there is nothing better protected in the regions
    • In the time between then and now there were only a few who really
    • that produced it. So, in the deep sentiments and feelings of the
    • through the hindrances that time and evolution put in his way.
    • spirits of earlier times, whose activity flows through the Vedantic
    • Shankaracharya, were to appear again in our time with the same
    • the throne of time, and appeals to the guardian angel of time. So
    • we look up into those times from which the spiritual substance of the
    • imagination of dream-life — was in that ancient time the normal
    • different in those times. Our dream-consciousness today generally
    • Anyone who at that time
    • been foolishness for that ancient time; it has sense only for mankind
    • profound works of our time, in those of the three European thinkers I
    • difference — apart from differences of time, mood, form, and
    • Vedantic philosophy. At that time the Vedantic philosophy was that to
    • right at hand was in those ancient times attained by application of
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • perceive that since the time when it arose those concepts have
    • developed last time have shifted a little. What is true for man today
    • have been designated at that time as sour or sharp. For our
    • time the man who can give himself up to knowledge as penetrating as
    • who receives the light of ideas, of feelings and sentiments streaming
    • grasping the reality of one's own being. The Indian of the time of the
    • characteristic of the time in which he lives. So Krishna explains,
    • a sattwa man. Just in that time of the Gita, however, there
    • these concepts to religious feeling in our time we should say (but
    • in the sense too of the tamas men of Krishna's time.
    • unconscious tamas men; the materialistic thinkers of our time who
    • that time because it was the beginning of the dawn in
    • began with the time of the
    • that just as in that ancient time those seeking self-consciousness had to
    • relation to external conditions was a right one for his time? What is
    • reveals what he wishes to be even to our present time. We have
    • what today is self-consciousness, which men at that time had to
    • to live into the soul condition of that time before Krishna
    • beautiful characterization of Krishna himself. At that time the
    • advance to what must necessarily take place in our time.
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