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  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • have told the story of the singer who, at an evening party
    • at a party, that alone would probably have been enough for
    • And not in thee thyself; then art thou lost
    • literally): Here on this earth He lived, here has He worked
    • with the ordinary intellect. Here on earth there is no
    • Him who walked here on earth among us. Thus did the writer of
    • exercises of meditation and concentration. I particularly
    • as the physical body. It has a brain, heart, eyes etc. They
    • anything particular one is unconscious when the astral body
    • larynx, the twelve-petalled lies in the heart region. If
    • sense world is revealed. He starts out from these words
    • heart, so that the heart becomes one with these words, then
    • apostle he was. Here on earth he had seen Him. Now he had
    • had walked the earth in the flesh only differed in one
    • You would experience pain through this tearing apart. It is
    • like a process of tearing apart when the astral body leaves
    • start, to begin with, from where he is. Then you go back to
    • heart of every human being. This text is an example and a
  • Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • start from the normal state of sleep. What happens when a
    • he ensouls the various parts, and makes them move. This
    • thou art lower than me, I owe my existence, my life”.
    • Christian mystic. He feels as though the whole earth was part
    • the whole life of the earth. Through burial he is inwardly
    • life of the whole Earth ...
  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • earth, it was possible to become an initiate — to
    • understood sayings such as one finds in the second part of
    • sense: “Though thou fightest thou art not the
    • particular stage of initiation that one really knows what
    • tastes of the fruit of the Tree of Knowledge. One partakes of
    • saith unto him, ‘Rabbi, thou art the Son of God, thou
    • art the King of Israel.’” You see the recognition
    • reflection of Devachan here on earth as we see it through our
    • physical world and to believe that one cannot depart from it
    • through rebirth and repeated earth lives. It is said that
    • lifted up from the earth will draw all men unto me.’
    • many other passages in the gospels. John asked, “Art
    • of particular value and importance. Humanity had to pass
    • to learn to take life on earth as something important. An
    • stands for earth, or rock (Hebrew — Jabascha), John
    • representatives of earth, water, air and fire. They are the
    • elements: fire, water, air and earth. What happened? It was
    • stages of water, earth and air, and even rises to the forces
    • art, pictures of the Almighty, but he cannot breathe life
    • Christian works of art. This is so because man has enfolded
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