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    Zarathustra: A God That Can DanceDiscourse #7

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    Zarathustra: A God That Can Dance Discourse # 07 [English]

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    Discourse: # 07
    Discourse Title: Of the three metamorphoses 29 March 1987 pm in Chuang Tzu
    Duration:123 Minutes


    Zarathustra divides the evolution of consciousness into three symbols: the camel, the lion, and the child.The camel is a beast of burden, ready to be enslaved, never rebellious. He cannot ever say no. He is a believer, a follower, a faithful slave. That is the lowest in human consciousness.The lion is a revolution. The beginning of the revolution is a sacred no. In the consciousness of the camel there is always a need for someone to lead and someone to say to him, "Thou shalt do this." He needs the Ten Commandments. He needs all the religions, all the priests and all the holy scriptures because he cannot trust himself. He has no courage and no soul and no longing for freedom. He's obedient...

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