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  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
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    • is completely understandable that these inner difficulties are
    • of Anthroposophy. Yet the awareness that humanity stands in the
    • stands completely in the afterglow. Today we may want to just
    • understand things but we must open our hearts for the realities
    • of the spiritual world. Mere understanding, how this or that
    • in the ritual to the highest degree. Then you really stand
    • this rests the substantial understanding that it can be met
    • stand within the spiritual world each time we experience the
    • more to strive for, more to struggle through and understand
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
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    • attention to some difficulties which exist in understanding the
    • will understand me better if I give you a popular example.
    • better understanding of the Gospels than what currently exists.
    • It is really a matter of understanding that the Words of the
    • was no understanding any more for what was woven into the
    • non-understanding and started to improve all kinds of things.
    • about understanding. One can regard this sacrifice of the
    • can only be based on a feeling of a misunderstanding. As soon
    • account you will understand that this communion which the
    • only differentiating in form. They can both stand independently
    • anthroposophic understanding (of Christ) if you do not come via
    • directed at Anthroposophists. The misunderstanding came about
    • not being seen as Anthroposophists but as standing for
    • (Forstand) of the Anthroposophic Society. What he says is
    • discussions misunderstandings arrive, but the facts speak for
    • progress without it. It is far better to be clear and stand
    • have the task not to clarify misunderstandings but simply to
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
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    • himself actually something whose understanding must first be
    • wrestled with, whose understanding must first be arrived at.
    • as a human-being, as this human individuality standing on
    • capable at all of understanding the entire preliminary stages
    • ourselves: Just like we as human-beings stand on earth today in
    • happening below in the earth. We must really clearly understand
    • understand this. Now this word ‘human-being’ need to rise up
    • possibility of learning to understand it. We really must
    • must clearly understand that while the fog rises out of the
    • stars when we learn to understand the great journey of the sun
    • to understand what the air and the widths of the world are;
    • we stand, the fixed forms repeated in the world, all that has
    • will work towards the understanding of the foregoing, when we
  • Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
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    • misunderstandings come to the fore. Thus it has happened that
    • understanding of ancient religious knowledge, also the New
    • really understanding religious documents. This we can do, this
    • singular event and for its understanding should not be
    • understanding the deep sense of the words and the sentence
    • understanding of the Bible where absolutely no preparatory
    • understanding is regarded necessary and that it should simply
    • of the Father God. As long as we stand in the imagination of
    • misunderstandings of Gospels not taken from a lofty view. One
    • should overcome the point of understanding the matter in such a
    • want to disregard the facts that a clear understanding can't
    • magnificent and sublime through our understanding of its
    • from the lowest levels could not understand the meaning in it.
    • If the meaning of the Gospels is so simple to understand, we
    • you've learnt. They don't understand you. Yet if you go along



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