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Knowledge and Initiation - Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy

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Knowledge and Initiation - Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy

Two lectures given in London

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Knowledge and Initiation

Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy

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Knowledge and Initiation - Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy Steiner describes exercises and aspects of the path to attain exact knowledge of the spiritual worlds. He shows how natural egotism accompanying spiritual development is overcome by the attitude 'Not I, but Christ in me.'

By Rudolf Steiner

Bn/GA 211

Steiner describes exercises and aspects of the path to attain exact knowledge of the spiritual worlds. He shows how natural egotism accompanying spiritual development is overcome by the attitude “Not I, but Christ in me.”

These lectures were given to an audience familiar with Anthroposophy. The reader, who has no prior acquaintance with Anthroposophy, can gain the necessary background by reading Rudolf Steiner's books: “Knowledge of Higher Worlds and its Attainment,” and “Theosophy”.

The original German texts of these lectures are published under the title: Das Sonnenmysterium und das Mysterium von Tod und Auferstehung (Vol. 211 in the Bibliographical Survey, 1961.).

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CONTENTS

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Lecture One: Knowledge and Initiation April 14, 1922
Lecture Two: Cognition of the Christ Through Anthroposophy April 15, 1922




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