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  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • them with our conscience and our sense of truth. This is the
    • world of the senses, there are soul-spiritual things, and
    • that religious revelations are not concerned with the sense
    • behind our sense world, and of the devachanic (or mental
    • employed in the sense world. It needed that which the
    • because one has no astral sense organs. They must gradually
    • more deeply in the sense of the John Gospel.
    • to all sense impressions. Nothing must be able to disturb
    • is in this sleep condition he is no longer in the sense
    • experiences what the sense world really is. The truth of the
    • sense world is revealed. He starts out from these words
    • derived from the sense world leading back to the primal
    • on a platter and made it the object of your sense
  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • outer sense world into spiritual life. The idea of the raven
    • sense: “Though thou fightest thou art not the
    • world with the senses. If one does not pass through an
    • is as senseless as if one would not allow the human embryo to
    • other senses is work done for the higher life.
    • higher senses, that he must develop the chakrams or holy
    • only use these terms in a technical sense. All worlds are,
    • taught reincarnation. For instance, one can only make sense
    • force of water in its occult sense.

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