- Thanks for explaining that to me, Morgan.
You will note on the calendar that I have moved your presentation
to the 26th as most people want to start the cycle on the 24th.
---- Original Message -----
From: "Morgan Vierheller" <mrgnsms@...>
Sent: Sunday, December 03, 2000 11:50 PM
Subject: Re: [steiner] Re: Gospel of John Over 12 Holy Nights
> "Duncan J. Fernando" wrote:
> > That's a very interesting verse, Morgan, but does it mean that
> > none of us will become truly enlightened until after death?
> > Sena,
> Steiner writes in many of his books (especially The Syudy of Man) about
> work we do between falling asleep and waking as a an opportunity to get inbring
> touch with that part of ourselves that we join after death. Thus, we
> our experiences to this dream time each night and do some very importantwork.
> You might say we have opportunities for enlightenment every time we sleep.It
> is this that is referred to in the verse.
> > >
> > > I look into darkness.
> > > In it arises light.
> > > Living light.
> > > Who is this light in the darkness?
> > > It is myself in my reality.
> > > This reality of my Ego
> > > does not enter into my Earth existence.
> > > I am only an image of it.
> > > But I shall find it again
> > > when I-- with good will for the spirit
> > > shall have passed through the portal of death.
> > >
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