5 edition of Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment found in the catalog.
July 25, 2007 by Kessinger Publishing, LLC .
Written in English
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Now, the student must realize at this stage of development that he is dealing with separate and more or less isolated spiritual experiences. Some day this moment will assuredly arrive. They are the expression and effluence of a spiritual world. All these experiences are seen to consist of two kinds, which can be clearly distinguished. The effort required for concentration and meditation must therefore be carefully and accurately maintained, for it contains the laws governing the germination and fruition of the higher human soul-being.
Now, when these experiences during deep sleep first come to the notice of the student, his next task must be to sense them as clearly and vividly as possible. His lectures generally stimulate fresh thinking, which is hwat he intended when he gave them. This condition then acquires a significance for him similar to the perception, in ordinary life, of things with active senses as opposed to inactive senses. By patiently and persistently following these, new organs of soul and spirit begin to form that reveal the contours of the higher worlds hitherto concealed from us. But to do the same process with a living organism would be considered crazy, up until now.
Through the process of reading this book the reader can feel Steiner's presence hovering over him as though he were that seed plant, filling the space surrounding him with a glowing clairvoyant spirit, embellished with a frontispiece of seven rotating lotus flowers. In a cogent presentation, Steiner describes the chakra energy centers as lotus flowers - using the flower metaphor to ease the description of the facets of the chakras by referring to them as the petals of the lotus. The student knows very well, on waking, that he has had an experience, but is completely in the dark as regards its nature. The student learns—indeed he must learn if he is to retain a firm footing in the physical world and not become a visionary—to p.
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It seems to the student ever more and more as though the solution of the riddles over which he Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment book is whispered to him in tones and words out of a higher world. The direction he is to take is traced with unfading, everlasting letters in the worlds of the spirit where the initiates guard the higher secrets.
When his body rests, man lives in surroundings which are just as real as those of his waking daily life. The words of ordinary language are only partially adopted in the course of esoteric training; for the rest, the student learns another symbolical language, as a natural outcome of his ascent to higher worlds.
There is a wonderful resource on line that has all his published works available for download. Now, when these experiences during deep sleep first come to the notice of the student, his next task must be to sense them as clearly and vividly as possible.
All these experiences are seen to consist of two kinds, which can be clearly distinguished. The acquisition of this faculty will enable him to perceive the spiritual world in its own character, among and within the experiences of the day; that is, the hidden secrets Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment book his environment will be conveyed to his soul as tones and words.
His lectures generally stimulate fresh thinking, which is hwat he intended when he gave them. I find that on many topics of myth, religion, history, civilisation and so forth he often had really interesting thisgs to stay. Thus something new is introduced into the world of his senses that enriches it.
A large proportion of them can be tested offhand, simply by applying ordinary common sense in a genuinely unprejudiced way. He exhorts the novice to observe a seed and contemplate it, then to plant the seed and imagine the plant that he wants the seedling to grow into.
The student's first perceptions in this world do not yet extend to the higher colors, but only to the lower tones. The esoteric knowledge can only result in a quieting of our mind and a focus on the improvement of the individual within us while recognizing the dependence of ourself on the world around us and the traits of others.
By virtue of the power of the spiritual world into which he has now found his way, and through continued application to his prescribed exercises, the student experiences an p. This important stage of development, at which consciousness is retained in the life during sleep, is known in spiritual science as the continuity of consciousness.
In the latter, the effects are seen of certain higher facts, but no one can penetrate to the causes whose perception is confined merely to his senses.
But to do the same process with a living organism would be considered crazy, up until now. The things and beings of this physical world are by no means only what they appear to be for physical perception. Thus the origin of the wheel metaphor for these energy centers, in fact, chakra means wheel in the original Sanskrit.
Through the process of reading this book the reader can feel Steiner's presence hovering over him as though he were that seed plant, filling the space surrounding him with a glowing clairvoyant spirit, embellished with a frontispiece of seven rotating lotus flowers.
The student must continually practice self-control. Here again the student must bear in mind that these experiences during sleep may not be regarded as fully valid knowledge, so long as he is not in a position to carry over his awakened higher soul p.This book does just that - it very carefully and clearly explains to you, step-by-step how you can attain knowledge of the higher worlds.
If you want to have a first-hand experience of the occult, and not just have an intellectual understanding of the hidden worlds, this book is mandatory.2/5(1).
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This book is a revised and enlarged edition of The Way of Initiation with Initiation and its Results.
From Steiner’s intro: There slumber in every human being, faculties by means of which he can acquire for himself. This book does just that - it very carefully and clearly explains to you, step-by-step how you can attain knowledge of the higher worlds.
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