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  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • times, in regions where man's body was still suited to these
    • consists of a physical body, which one can see with one's
    • eyes. The second member is the etheric body which surrounds
    • the physical body and which is much finer than the physical
    • body. Currents and organs of wonderful variety and splendour
    • are active in it. The etheric body contains the same organs
    • as the physical body. It has a brain, heart, eyes etc. They
    • The etheric body extends only a little beyond the physical
    • body.
    • third member is the astral body. It is the bearer of desires,
    • wishes, passions, etc. It permeates the physical body in the
    • glide through the body in glowing points of varying
    • lying in bed. They are closely united. The astral body and
    • anything particular one is unconscious when the astral body
    • is outside the physical body. One is as unconscious as one
    • there would be no sound. So it is when the astral body is
    • outside the physical body. It is spread out in the soul
    • astral body acquires organs he begins to see the astral world
    • aquires more power over the physical body, and the
    • the physical body, which it has built for itself to dwell in
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  • Title: Second Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • person sleeps? In man we have the physical body, etheric
    • body, astral body and ego. What happens occultly, when a
    • The astral body, together with the ego, rises out and floats
    • physical body. The astral body is not inactive. It has
    • something to do. When the person is awake, the astral body
    • penetrates and interweaves the physical body. When it is
    • outside, it works on the physical body, protecting and caring
    • for it. The relation of the astral body to the physical body,
    • person lies asleep. The astral body then works from outside.
    • physical body during the day. So one can see the
    • body. Beings belonging to the second elemental kingdom get at
    • the etheric body and those belonging to the first elemental
    • kingdom get access to the physical body to destroy it. Only
    • when the astral body works on the physical body during sleep
    • create the necessary conditions for the astral body to work
    • astral body upon the physical and etheric bodies during the
    • astral body works on the physical and etheric bodies during
    • initiation described in the John Gospel, the astral body,
    • together with the etheric body, leaves the physical body.
    • physical body. This the master brings to pass. The disciple
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  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • world. As the human being is prepared in the mother's body,
    • so in the body of the great world mother — where we are
    • in his physical body, nor had his parents; therefore the
    • scientific term for the soul element. If I call somebody
    • James, I say that his soul shines through his body. With
    • higher self. If I call somebody John (Johannes), then he is
    • transfiguration seen occultly. If somebody goes through the
    • body. Thus he came to have this relation to the outer
    • connected with the fact that the human body which was once
    • body with its hard skeleton. Christ Jesus is that spirit
    • body in order to show man the way out of this world into a
    • etheric body; blood, the astral body; and then the spirit.
    • and water can flow from the body of Christ. These are of no

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