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  • Title: Notes: The Gospel of St. John
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    • in the Physical World”. lectures 2 and 3
  • Title: First Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • are realities pertaining to higher worlds, that besides our
    • world of the senses, there are soul-spiritual things, and
    • world but present facts of a higher world. Those who have
    • gotten to know the realities of the astral world which lies
    • behind our sense world, and of the devachanic (or mental
    • world) which lies even deeper, will come to a new and higher
    • worlds. The John Gospel is not a poetic work, nor a writing
    • revelations from higher worlds that the writer of the gospel
    • the John Gospel learned, through experience in higher worlds,
    • employed in the sense world. It needed that which the
    • came into this world from higher worlds must be understood
    • from a higher world. And he who portrayed Him most deeply had
    • to raise himself to the two higher worlds we have mentioned,
    • the astral and the devachanic, or mental worlds. This
    • these two higher worlds. His Gospel reveals this to us.
    • astral world. From chapter thirteen onwards it is his
    • experiences in the devachanic, or mental world. He who wrote
    • higher worlds. There one can find the wisdom to understand
    • the John Gospel rise to the two higher worlds and become
    • initiation into the astral world and the devachanic, or
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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
    • of the John Gospel directs one to the higher world. When we
    • experiences in the higher worlds. This is possible for
    • here experienced, represents a symbol of the higher world. He
    • who is able to live spiritually in the higher world, who has
    • the washing of feet in the higher world. He who
    • experiences humiliation in the physical world, goes through
    • the washing of feet in a higher world. This is the
    • suffering of the world. This too finds expression in the
    • higher world. The strength acquired by the soul is symbolised
    • spiritual world as the crowning with thorns. One sees oneself
    • body. In the spiritual world he sees himself with the cross
    • This is the mystical death. The whole world appears as
    • spiritual and original aim. He gazes into a quite new, world.
    • spiritual world.
  • Title: Third Lecture: The Gospel of St. John
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    • outer sense world into spiritual life. The idea of the raven
    • a spell in the mountain and the outer world. In the Mithraic
    • which flows through the whole world. For him whose vision is
    • able to penetrate into higher worlds, all that is, to begin
    • reflected into the outer astral world. So you see what is
    • physical world, but is born a second time.
    • world with the senses. If one does not pass through an
    • who directs his gaze towards the spiritual world to become
    • convinced that there is such a world and that man is a
    • physical world and to believe that one cannot depart from it
    • sooner to reach the spiritual world. This shows ignorance. It
    • mature but would bring it into the world at two months, and
    • expect it to live there. Likewise for the higher world, one
    • his higher self. The physical world is the school. He who has
    • maturity in order to enter the spiritual world itself, so
    • wheels, which enable him to enter the spiritual world and see
    • world. As the human being is prepared in the mother's body,
    • so in the body of the great world mother — where we are
    • worlds. One is perfectly justified to speak of a higher world
    • and to value it higher than our lower world, but we should
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