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  • Title: Introductory Note: The Gospel of St. John
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    • Steiner in the original German under the title of “Das
  • Title: Notes: The Gospel of St. John
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    • Influence of Spiritual Beings in Man
  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • spiritual science can one understand why this is so. Many a
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    • general. The really necessary way of development that man
    • Much will be read into it that springs from human ingenuity.
    • times, in regions where man's body was still suited to these
    • bodies are then separated from one's lower bodies. Man
    • whole inner man is expressed in a luminous form. This is the
    • real ego of man, the bearer of the higher centre of his
    • Gospel. Don't misunderstand me. I know many will say: If all
    • man of flesh and blood could be a genius, because one cannot
    • up in man according to the maturity he has attained through
    • When man
    • but man does not normally see it, he must first learn to
    • every single man there lives a divine man. In the distant
    • future this divine man will arise resurrected in every man.
    • As man stands before us today he is, in his outward
    • the inner divine man, and this inner divine man works
    • constantly on the outer man.
    • primitive man the individual soul is usually still slumbering
    • and has but a meagre existence. In the course of many
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  • Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • initiation of a man into the spiritual world. Every sentence
    • person sleeps? In man we have the physical body, etheric
    • is like that of a workman to his machine, but with the
    • difference that in this case the workman is in the machine,
    • human being ... He who seeks initiation must achieve the
    • manner today. The experience is the same, but it is achieved
    • experiences how man has become what he is. This was achieved
    • ranking human being and the lower kingdoms. He too must say
    • bottom of the human soul. He becomes a second person by the
    • man and animal, plant and rock around him become
  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • we are able to understand many things that otherwise would
    • ascend to higher stages of human existence. Through
    • Wotan, the ravens of Elijah, and in the German Barbarossa
    • the expression, “The Occult One”. What is a human
    • of a human community was able to live in him. When the ego of
    • such a human community became the ego of an individual
    • spiritual, in man awakens it can happen that God has to
    • protect man. Jehovah was concerned lest man, after having
    • the spiritual element become established in man? For someone
    • but the astral mirror image of the human nervous system. He
    • thee, except a man be born of water and of the spirit, he
    • convinced that there is such a world and that man is a
    • is as senseless as if one would not allow the human embryo to
    • heaven, which means to be born again. Man has to go through
    • Certainly, we have, frequently said that man must develop
    • world. As the human being is prepared in the mother's body,
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    • reincarnation — the gradual maturing of humanity
    • of the ninth chapter (the healing on the Sabbath of the man
    • permeates man's innermost being and leads it forward. For the
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