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  • Title: Notes: The Gospel of St. John
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    • The Course of My Life, Rudolf Steiner
  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • relevant to the life of the founder of Christianity. They are
    • general picture of the life of Christ Jesus. On the other
    • person portraying his feelings, his intimate religious life
    • Testament, one fact is indisputable: an immediate life flows
    • soul life and spiritual devotion. Only with the help of
    • religious life from these sources and is satisfied with
    • that related to the life of the founder of Christianity, and
    • the flow of dream life. In dreams we have symbolic pictures
    • the life of Christ Jesus as John describes it from his own
    • his life on the physical plane. We are dealing with symbols
    • one's inner life. One does not achieve this at once, but
    • anything made that was made. In it was life, and the life was
    • we find in this Word? We find life. What do we perceive
    • through this life — through this light? We must take
    • the depths of the inner life of the soul. It has been written
    • self-supporting, independent higher life. This springs forth
  • Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • some contact with spiritual life know that there is an
    • teacher, but in view of our modern normal mode of life, it is
    • striving are control of thought, a morally blameless life,
    • thou art lower than me, I owe my existence, my life”.
    • the whole life of the earth. Through burial he is inwardly
    • transparent. He has lost his own separate life, the higher
    • life of the whole Earth ...
  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • a script engraved by life, so that every sentence re-lived,
    • followed the seven stages of spiritual ascent in the life of
    • outer sense world into spiritual life. The idea of the raven
    • so developed the occult life in himself that he could
    • is the essence of life, the Tree of Life. Earlier in life one
    • of Life before he was ready for it. The initiate of the fifth
    • Tree of Life. He who had reached this point is said to have
    • sat under the Tree of Life. Thus Buddha sat under the Bodhi
    • sees his inner life, even his bodily inner life, projected,
    • know this stage also know that ordinary life is an embryonic
    • stage for the higher life. This leads us deep into the
    • meaning of ordinary life. It could be quite easy for someone
    • other senses is work done for the higher life.
    • while leading our physical life — is prepared what is
    • looked at in this way, the ordinary, everyday life must be
    • reborn as a higher life and recognised as such. He who reads
    • Life. Jesus himself says — this is a fundamental
    • Truth and the Life.”
    • obliged to take the life between birth and death as something
    • through all stages of life experience. Up to the time of
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