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- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture I
- who have in their soul something of the consciousness of Spirit
- America. That consciousless, blind, self-seeking of gold is the
- in humility than in all the consciousness of rulers. She knows how
- Title: East and West, and the Roman Church: Lecture II
- I referred yesterday a full consciousness of these facts existed
- they would have to lose their self-consciousness, they would have
- to lose the degree of self-consciousness which they had in those
- self-consciousness was strengthened, so that the pupils could cross
- their self-consciousness would have been taken from them.
- consciousness of man is filled with what at that time was realised
- self-consciousness into which paralysis can no longer enter. Human
- Modern human beings do not lose their self-consciousness, nor fall
- have not lost their self-consciousness, have lost their
- world-consciousness. They have acquired a knowledge of
- on the other side of the Threshold without having the consciousness
- without having consciousness of the spirituality of the world. He
- self-consciousness, but loses the world-consciousness of the
- consciousness of to-day. And if people who venture to judge of
- his self-consciousness; but, as he passes beyond that which the
- self-consciousness, he must strengthen it by a knowledge of the
- spiritual world which can spring up out of that self-consciousness.
- of our modern civilisation are faced. Humanity must be conscious
- reality not yet become part of the inner consciousness of modern
- Eastern consciousness
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