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- Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
- thinking, and the way in which it figures in Buddhism, for instance.
- idea of repeated earth-lives in Buddhism, and even given the same
- we trace out the same idea in Buddhism. There, a person is concerned
- looks at the process from within, as in Buddhism, or from without, as
- Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
- is sorrow!’ The underlying thought in this kernel of Buddhism
- casting it aside, just as little did the adherent of Buddhism value
- meets us in Buddhism concerning the successive incarnations of man.
- adherents of Buddhism. I have often described this. I have said that
- Buddhism must have felt in regard to the continual incarnations of
- Buddha, but how Buddhism worked in the consciousness of the people,
- Anyone who really knows Buddhism must picture it in this
- place in Buddhism. Now let us go on to what we know through
- that Buddhism, according to its knowledge, sets out to overcome and
- physical body. Can we then wonder that in Buddhism we find no value
- essence of Buddhism to value the external form of the physical body
- Buddhism lost the form of the Ego through the way in which it
- Ego, and Buddhism, which requires that the external form of the
- the Ego as Buddhism does. In Buddhism, it is heresy to recognise a
- from the disciple of Buddhism, who would have much preferred to cast
- of thought, standing midway between Greek thought and Buddhism, does
- midway between Greek thought and Buddhism — this ancient Hebrew
- Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
- day, the stream of thought which finds expression in Buddhism
- from the heart of Buddhism — for example, the conversation
- clearly that the Ego-nature cannot be spoken of in Buddhism as we
- must speak of it. For a genuine follower of Buddhism it would indeed
- So problematic is the Ego that Buddhism can even deny that it goes
- understand Buddhism very well. About five hundred years before the
- Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
- this same individuality, just as Buddhism has with Gautama Buddha in
- Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
- these lectures how different it was in Buddhism, and how in Western
- Buddhism the individual regards the question of how he goes from life
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