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- Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
- things are only of value when we turn them to real
- realise how deeply the souls of men need the inner
- There are people who really cling to materialism, even
- it is not usually realised to what these opinions amount.
- be an urge really to unfold what is contained in the
- really contained in the story.
- want to consign it to Klingsor's realm — which has,
- Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
- the stream of Eternity. Realising this, we must regard
- in the realm of the Earth and its Elements.
- super-earthly reality. It was inherent in the
- coming from above, from outside the earth, did not really
- the Jews ought, in reality to follow. This was John the
- admit that they do not really understand what they read!
- cannot really understand these things, my dear friends,
- significance. It is of the utmost importance to realise
- course, referring to himself. What does he really say in
- himself. Paul realises now that formerly he had seen
- the realm of the physical forces of the Sun, had passed
- the innermost core of his being? Let us realise what is
- meant by saying that man can no longer, in the real sense
- it is not so, in reality. Goethe was one among countless
- draw man away from the realm of sense-perception and from
- super-earthly reality. Men could not, however,
- Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
- to discern what the words implied. It must be realised
- reality man possesses twelve senses — the
- had been present, in all their reality, in the sphere
- George and the Dragon are real beings, cosmic beings. The
- therefore, Apollo was a real and living Being.
- real being passes on. Buddhism teaches nothing about the
- realise the significance of the Mystery of Golgotha. All
- paramount significance after death when we realise that
- ether-body, we realise that in very truth one part of the
- ether-body has to do with everything in the realm of
- Ego-consciousness in the real sense — as is the
- as a Real Being and that even those who in their
- realisation that the Christ Impulse is present in the
- and rebirth; whereas realisation of what the Christ
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