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- Title: Introductory Note: The Gospel of St. John
- Document Describing Initiation”, which are published in
- Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
- initiated. It was an initiation, and the writer describes his
- initiation into the astral world and the devachanic, or
- things, such an initiation took place as follows. The person
- several years in a modern European initiation — because
- emphasise that anyone who really wishes to receive initiation
- Initiation in the astral world is preceded by, and depends on
- followed the initiation for the devachanic plane. Three days
- ever written. It is the description of the initiation into
- Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
- initiation of a man into the spiritual world. Every sentence
- initiation. Those who know other forms of occult training and
- are aware that there are other paths of initiation, also know
- Christian initiation has similarities with other ways of
- initiation, but today this path can no longer be followed. He
- Christian initiation.
- human being ... He who seeks initiation must achieve the
- initiation described in the John Gospel, the astral body,
- Lazarus miracle is thus the scene of an initiation. The
- pupil of the Christian initiation has to undergo seven
- feet, the first stage of a Christian initiation. Christ
- initiation. In his body, this is expressed by the feeling
- signifies the first stage of initiation.
- second stage of the Christian initiation is the
- Gospel is a description of this Christian path of initiation.
- Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
- the seven stages of initiation which existed at the time of
- last lecture we came to know the Christian initiation, but it
- was not Christianity that first made initiation possible. At
- various peoples, the lower stages of initiation differed. In
- like to describe the seven stages of initiation as they were
- initiation that was cultivated in the whole of Asia Minor, in
- particular stage of initiation that one really knows what
- through these four stages of initiation extended further and
- stage of initiation that he bore within himself the ego of
- groups we meet with quite different stages of initiation. But
- person has reached the fifth grade of initiation he always
- as a symbol of the fifth grade of initiation, is called the
- who through initiation is able to direct his gaze inward,
- brothers of the fifth grade of initiation. It is a
- initiation scene of the crucifixion itself. In the John
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