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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 1 of 9
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    • work the whole world over.
    • world. We shall speak about a subject that will apparently lead us
    • The Western world's
    • wonderful flash of lightning into the Western world, so that a man
    • its world-historic significance, and then be able to see how it can
    • that this majestic song came into the Western world as something
    • world to approach the glory of this description of how the sublime
    • It is to perceive and plunge into a world where Krishna lives in his
    • true form. That is a world of holiest blessedness, withdrawn from
    • all strife and conflict, a world where the secrets of existence are
    • unveiled, far removed from everyday affairs. Yet to that world man's
    • battles of this our world. In truth, as we follow the description of
    • heavenly world in which there is no human suffering, no battle, no
    • 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
    • and a God, Krishna, who is needed to direct him to this world. He
    • does not understand this world until Krishna makes it comprehensible
    • the world has first to be made comprehensible.
    • concept of the world that will lead us on until this is no mere
    • beginning of this anthroposophical concept of the world that will
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 2 of 9
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    • whatever path, into the spiritual worlds, even though he may have
    • enter the spiritual worlds without passing through a deep upheaval in
    • with tremendous force when we enter the occult worlds. Then we
    • stages of occult development, to entering the spiritual worlds. It is
    • right advice to those who would enter the spiritual worlds through
    • be living through whole worlds of shattering soul-experience. That is
    • on the great horizon of the world.
    • anthroposophist in looking out over world and planetary destinies,
    • world. The whole significance of mankind will be in the balance.”
    • external physical world. While libraries of philosophical words have
    • having its origin in the stimulus of the external physical world, it
    • super-sensible worlds; only then can we look at the matter rightly.
    • human soul from higher spiritual worlds. It is from those worlds that
    • concepts and ideas come into the human soul, not from the world of
    • higher worlds. The spirit can be seen on the very surface of the
    • changes that take place within the external world of sense. Bodies
    • the transitoriness of the world of sense. Then, when they have been
    • world, they must once have been absolutely alone — alone with
    • these concepts I grasp the mystery of the worlds; I take hold of the
    • the one hand you experience the majesty of the world of ideas that is
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 3 of 9
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    • is not really a gift of the outer physical world but a gift of the
    • spiritual world. I tried to show you how at bottom this abstract
    • in a practical way with the ascent of the soul into higher worlds
    • worlds. There are those who really believe that a dream has given
    • more than the reflections of the physical world that the brain
    • to help him in entering the occult worlds, must therefore be
    • experienced in the outer world. But it is just when we become more
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment,
    • we feel ourselves in a certain relation to the outer world and the
    • what we call our world expands into a new region. We realize why it
    • everyday life, and an altogether new world of inner life that can
    • world dawning upon us, one in which we have actual experiences of the
    • spiritual worlds. One condition must be fulfilled, however, if we
    • way to real experiences of the higher worlds.
    • world. If some people imagine that they no longer take any special
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment
    • how he may gain insight into the higher worlds. Then his curiosity is
    • go even one step into the spiritual worlds. Sometimes it is difficult
    • rise into higher worlds.
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 4 of 9
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    • take with him from the ordinary world something we designated as an
    • to shrink from the prospect of developing into higher worlds. We must
    • world around me I receive impressions through my senses. These
    • that enables me to acquire knowledge of other worlds. This power
    • extends far beyond the ordinary physical world.” This very
    • knowledge that it belongs not only to the physical world — this
    • that obviously has no connection with the outer world of the senses.
    • world and life on a purely materialistic basis. It usually turns out
    • one begins today to study the external world that is the subject
    • for other worlds besides, or else the physical world deceives us and
    • no part in, no connection with a higher world. Indeed, it is not the
    • world of the senses. Thus he is driven to cultivate something
    • evidently without foundation in the external world. He is impelled to
    • the external world has implanted something in his soul that would be
    • found in the world of sense. That is the deeper reason why there are
    • people in the world today who despair of life yet at the same time
    • does not belong to the physical world but keeps on putting forth
    • questions about other worlds. For this reason we now have to acquire
    • aside impressions from another world enter. Into all the experiences
    • worlds, to inner super-sensible worlds. Now he has an experience that
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  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 5 of 9
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    • the outside world, we are destroying delicate forms in our brain. In
    • Western world will observe a quite definite configuration of the
    • place in the world.
    • can see into the spiritual worlds. A similar thing happened if a man
    • working into his brain from the spiritual worlds, so that from the
    • super-sensible to bring forth in the sense world what did not exist in
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment,
    • from those worlds into the human organism. A sum of forces, in fact,
    • known world from the unknown. In the last few days I have again come
    • through the world today with half thought-out logic because in
    • Spiritual forces had to work down from the super-sensible worlds in
    • worlds. What now works as a soul force in self-consciousness was then
    • the spiritual worlds, however, beings were working into man's
    • passes through the gates of death into the spiritual worlds.
    • for a moment use those forces to gaze into the super-sensible worlds.
    • prepared from the spiritual world. This is what Arjuna did when at
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 6 of 9
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    • adds, “Nevertheless, what entered the world with the revelation
    • whole range of the world’s life there is nothing to be found
    • To understand it as a real description of world history — of
    • perceptions and real experiences in the spiritual world. That may
    • the higher worlds the matter is by no means so self-evident. I have
    • world carrying a mass of prejudices with them. They desire to be led
    • familiar to them in the sense world. In that higher realm one
    • the sounds of the physical world. He does not realize that by
    • expecting such things, by entering the higher world with such
    • preconceived ideas, he is wanting a spiritual world just like the
    • sense world though in a refined form. In our world here man is
    • higher worlds, however, we do not perceive by means of sense organs
    • and stamping it in words borrowed from the sense world. Only that in
    • In such a way our soul lives into invisible worlds, for instance into
    • splendor, warming all worlds. All that I can dream of between floor
    • Thee I stand. And that heavenly universe wherein the three worlds
    • refuge of all the worlds!”
    • world’s history, and when the author of this impulse appears to
    • primeval, bringing all worlds to naught, made manifest on earth to
    • in Krishna is grafted onto the world. The highest impulse that can
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 7 of 9
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    • upon the world it shows itself, roughly expressed, as an ascending
    • of the world he lives in just because the mineral, plant, and animal
    • knowledge involve in the external world? We saw that it involves a
    • world of sense will now say, “Inside there is no air, only an
    • real factor on all sides. We must imagine the world that surrounds
    • development. It lived on, invisible to the physical world of man. It
    • facts. Truly, the more deeply we penetrate the world of reality the
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 8 of 9
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    • anthroposophical view of the world and into this spiritual movement
    • were in the world in that ancient epoch. They would have come in
    • fate of truth that it must always become paradoxical in the world.
    • sleep-consciousness could still penetrate the higher worlds, it gave
    • men recollections of those spiritual worlds. Then gradually this
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • have mentioned. They were striving to grasp the world in ideas and
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • explanation of the world — which today, to use a graphic term,
    • an understanding of the world and its phenomena. If we would describe
    • man is trying to assimilate the outer world, not through ordinary
    • surrounding world into his clairvoyant consciousness. All this will
    • when he returns into the ordinary world where he immediately forgets
    • worlds brings about the condition of tamas in the souls of men.
    • world. When we are asleep we are in tamas. We have to bring about
    • higher worlds — and the Evangelist already tells us what man's
    • concept of the world there is no absolute higher or lower, only in a
    • external world the sattwa condition could not always be simply
  • Title: Occult Significance of the Bhagavad Gita: Lecture 9 of 9
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    • through the world with intelligent understanding as we would say,
    • prejudice and bias the phenomena the world offers. A man who always
    • perceives the world with sympathy and conceives it with intelligence;
    • out from all the beauty and loveliness of the world; who avoids all
    • physical world is a sattwa man. In the inorganic world a sattwa
    • But man must gradually become apathetic to the physical world in
    • order to have access to the spiritual worlds in clairvoyance. In this
    • world, it also meant bringing to life his own inner being. He felt it
    • does not build up concepts and ideas about the world but just lives
    • his surroundings. However, when the world about him becomes so
    • becomes more and more free of the world, more independent in
    • through the world, drinking in their blissfulness from all that can
    • If a man raises his belief to the divine creators of the world he is
    • are rajas men. The tamas men are those who in viewing the world get
    • the spiritual world. So they repeat Aum, Aum, Aum, which
    • the surrounding world and begin to feel that it has something in it
    • conditions of the world, with all that is to man highest and deepest,
    • present life. There are too many today who stand in the world and
    • world; who in their feelings and all their inner experiences are
    • but are cast out into the world like an endlessly, aimlessly
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