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  • Title: Lecture 1: On the Meaning of Life
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    • the great world of nature, is the realm of the lifeless. Especially
    • decay in the plant world. In Spring we see the plants spring up out
    • of our existence is bound up with the plant world, for without it we
    • withering and decaying of the plant world in Autumn with man’s
    • world. From this spiritual world we draw the forces which we require.
    • world on the physical and etheric bodies, they see at night, at the
    • great world outside, when the plants bud and germinate in Spring.
    • can look into the spiritual world, directs his gaze to external
    • his time more than the world was then able to receive. While even the
    • look into the spiritual world — into Divine activity —
    • spiritual world was cut off. To this fact John the Baptist alludes
    • at what you can gain in the physical world: be watchful, a new
    • unto you, seek the spiritual world that is in your midst; there the
    • pictures made their triumphal march through the world in
    • world, the achievements of those who have passed through the gates of
    • influences as come from without, from the super-sensible world, when,
    • in what way the forces of the super-sensible world are active. Their
    • super-sensible worlds have a still wider bearing.
    • spiritual world. When he had come near enough to him he appeared to
  • Title: Lecture 2: On the Meaning of Life
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    • When we observe the world around us, it is not really enough that we
    • If, with the knowledge gained from the physical world, we look into
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment,
    • spiritual path as an entirely new world. If a man is really seriously
    • physical world around him grows dim. In the place of this physical
    • world there appears a world of moving images, a world of surging
    • sides and constitute the world in which our souls live and move.
    • Now let us suppose that a man were convinced that in the visionary world
    • conjures up a visionary world, to Inspiration. It is the latter which
    • by a visionary world they do not trouble to develop themselves
    • further, or go on striving, because this visionary world pleases them
    • bliss, to revelling, as it were, in the visionary world. We cannot
    • the world without, where we find numberless possibilities for
    • hand the inner world to which the path of knowledge leads us: an
    • infinite world of visions which is to be compared with the world of
    • in the world.
    • world would then be impossible, for the things which are nourished on
    • for if we concern ourselves with the world, if we concern ourselves
    • with its existence, the world consists only of beings and those
    • way. They have to go a different way because the world has to exist,
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  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part III: Copenhagen, 10-15-'13
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    • press into the spiritual world through our exercises, but we can't do
    • ascends into the spiritual world. Some people can't even stand
    • the outer sign for the ego in the physical world, that is, they faint
    • the forces that enable us to stand the spiritual world are limited.
    • we meet when we want to get into the spiritual world via meditation,
    • spiritual world. Visions and voices are around us like the shell
    • we find in our exercises are things of the physical world, which a
    • pure spiritual world. Then the sense world disappears for us, and a
    • spiritual world opens up before us that has nothing in common
    • with the physical world. An ordinary man is like the chick that would
    • consider its shell to be the real world. If the chick could see it
    • would see the egg's contents as if it were the whole world. Likewise
    • world spreads out in its place.
    • get into a new world, just as a chick has a new world before it when
    • to bring something with us into the spiritual world we must bring
    • what penetrates the shell from the outer spiritual world and that's



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