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  • Title: Life Between ... III: Mans Journey Through the Planetary Spheres
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    • after such a thing happens. In other words, the child becomes aware
    • are objects outside himself. In other words, he separates himself
    • In the domain of occultism — using the word in its true sense —
    • Christ Jesus speaks profound words in the Gospel when He says to
    • Christ Jesus means by these words
    • the aim of words spoken by Lucifer when he approaches man in order to
    • examination will show what depth of meaning lies in the few words
    • that what is really important is not the mere content of the words,
    • earth to realize the deep meaning of Christ's words, “When
    • partake of the Father principle in the sense of the words, “I
    • saying at the door, “I have forgotten every single word of it!”
    • words we must surrender ourselves wholly in order that our souls
    • understanding the prayer that might be worded somewhat as follows,
  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture I
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    • future. It is what we call the materialistic outlook, using the word
  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture II
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    • we named surrender. In other words, a thinking that has risen to the
    • of mind which may be characterised in the following words: “Obviously
    • in the world of the senses, for which we can find no other word than
    • a word taken from our own soul life.
    • other word than will. Everything in the world of the senses is
    • will be of such a nature that whereas now man only utters the word,
    • birth, the future organ of procreation. Now man brings forth the word
  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture III
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    • in the Bible in the words that are spoken to man by Lucifer, when he
    • you shall distinguish between good and evil.” In these words
    • If we understand Lucifer's words aright we may render them as
    • to find words for it when there is no such experience! —
    • man. In other words, if it had not been for Lucifer, if Lucifer had
  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture IV
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    • the words. Materialism describes nothing but what Lucifer has made of
    • with the words “Inspired Knowledge.” For these
  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture V
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    • (The words are not very happy but we have no others.) And from man's
  • Title: World of the Senses and the World of the Spirit: Lecture VI
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    • spoken word our inner moods and conditions, whereas in the future it
    • the larynx will not merely help man to express by means of the word
    • plane, or words that express themselves in tones on the physical
    • words in tones, so in times past did the divine Word of the Worlds
    • clothe itself in the music of the spheres — that Word of the
    • Word. Into what we may call man's hearing in the old sense of
    • the word, there flowed from the spiritual world a heavenly music, the
    • word and the earthly music, and within the music of the spheres was
    • forms with his word and his singing and his tone, so did the divine
    • words and the divine music bring forth forms.
    • word or even only to a vowel, let us say the sound “A” —
    • of the cosmic Word, and the most precious of all these forms is man
    • spoken out of the divine Word. “The Gods spake!”
    • As to-day the air comes into forms through the word of man, so did
    • our world come into its form through the Word of the Gods. And man is
    • into the world, as the utterance of the Word of God. Thus was man
    • ringing tones and words of men!” Thus will the man be able to
    • daily life of man. I think I need not spend words in pointing out
  • Title: Lecture: 'I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life'
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    • “I” of itself. The word that is so important for
    • a soul, the words of St. Paul would find fulfillment:
    • meaning and significance, for example the words:
    • spiritual power. Therefore the words: “Except
    • Gospel stream to us continually, thus confirming the words:
    • now.” He spoke these words to His disciples who were
    • are they who receive His words with understanding.
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part III: Hannover, 2-7-'14
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    • must immerse oneself entirely in the words that are given as
  • Title: Background/Mark: Lecture Twelve: Mystery Teachings in St. Mark's Gospel
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    • translation of particular words before the six or seven
    • those early times, and even in the Greek language, a word in
    • knew that a spoken word containing certain sounds or
    • pictures. A very great deal could be conveyed in a few words
    • must not restrict ourselves to the actual words, because the
    • words by themselves cannot lead us into the secrets and
    • regions through the words of language and to unite the soul
    • attempt to use other means to express a great deal that words
    • beings there. Any attempt to express this in ordinary words
    • words of modern language, would have seemed unreal. One must
    • listen intently to the sound of the words and feel how the
    • great deal can be expressed more truly than in words. If a
    • to be gained through ordinary words. The sounds of language
    • that what they do not know cannot be known. In the words just
    • the soul. This was the feeling accompanying the word
    • what John the Baptist meant by the words: Prepare ye the way
    • described by human words. Men looked up to the stars,
    • human words is hardly possible. But if we think of the Sun
    • In these words
    • Pictures in old calendars indicate the meaning of his words
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  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Hannover, 3-5-11
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    • let Paul's words live and become truth in us, “Not I, but
    • only one word that's left out in the esoteric version. As we
    • leave this word out and don't speak this word in shy reverence
    • for what this word expresses, our feeling goes out to what is left
  • Title: Lecture: The Birth of the Sun-Spirit as the Spirit of the Earth
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    • takes place symbolically on Christmas Night, in the words: ‘To us
    • from the stage of Initiation signified by the word ‘Jericho’ to that
    • goodwill. Mighty indeed is the word that can resound to us on
    • find the thought which in rather different words has been expressed in
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Hannover, 1-1-12
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    • through the Christ spirit in the words: Ex Deo nascimur,
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Hannover, 11-19-12
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    • fill the soul completely with thee words and feel the greatest piety.
    • beings work in your will. As we let the words of this second sentence
    • can't exclude the word “I,” but it's the
  • Title: Mystery of Death: Lecture II: The Path of the Human Being through the Gate of Death - A Transformation of Life
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    • It is even difficult to coin words for those quite different
    • where she died. In the time I spoke and directed my words to
    • possibility to express myself still by earthly words because
    • after death had entered, — formed the words of which I
    • can inform you, words, which are to be regarded as words the
    • force of these words, expressed itself in the force of these
    • words. And if one transported oneself into this soul, this
    • through him in these words. Therefore, I could do nothing
    • better than to turn these words to the dead then just at the
    • funeral, because these were the words which she herself spoke
    • can assure you: I have added nothing to these words, but I have
    • after death. The words read:
    • the spiritual world. If we form words and concepts of the
    • me to subsume in words what the own soul felt, while it leant
    • Notice the difference between the preceding words which I have
    • read out to you, and the words which I want to read out to you
    • now. The words that I have read out just here are out of the
    • soul of the dead. The words which I will read out to you now
    • these words. Perhaps, you know that Fritz Mitscher was already
    • the words, which I had to send on to him at the cremation.
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