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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit
    • Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
    • Jesuitism. In Jesuitism we encounter a dangerous exaggeration of the
    • Jesuitical current arose in Europe, much has been said and written in
    • exoteric life about Jesuitism. Those who wish to study spiritual life
    • Jesuitism signifies a dangerous exaggeration of the Jesus-Principle.
    • If we wish to arrive at a true characterisation of Jesuitism, we must
    • those who are usually called Jesuits. The radical, fundamental
    • Spirit and the Jesuit way of the Spirit, which gives a one-sided
    • Jesuit way is to work directly, at all times, upon the Will. The
    • Jesuitism is educated. Jesuitism is not to be taken lightly, or
    • when we now enquire into the esoteric part of Jesuitism, its various
    • point is that every single pupil of Jesuitism goes through exercises
    • aside the exercises of prayer preparatory to all Jesuit exercises, we
    • Jesuitism who had not gone through such exercises, and had not
    • uninterruptedly within the soul of the future Jesuit, the picture of
    • path had first to become fixed in the soul of the Jesuit pupil, so
    • each Jesuit pupil had been sufficiently strengthened.
    • the soul of the Jesuit pupil. This is what completely changes his
    • touched — the Will-element. In so far as this Jesuit training
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • Initiation, as we have seen it in Jesuitism, leads to the acquisition
    • picture not painted by constraint, as in Jesuitism, from passages in
    • In the Jesuit
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • sharp opponent of what we have characterised as Jesuitism: Blaise
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
    • world as Jesuitism. In Jesuitism we encounter a
    • Ever since a Jesuitical current arose in Europe,
    • about Jesuitism. Those who wish to study spiritual
    • to see how far Jesuitism signifies a dangerous
    • arrive at a true characterisation of Jesuitism, we
    • taken by those who are usually called Jesuits. The
    • the Jesuit way of the Spirit, which gives a one-sided
    • the intention of the Jesuit way is to work directly,
    • Jesuitism is educated. Jesuitism is not to be taken
    • esoteric part of Jesuitism, its various spiritual
    • Jesuitism goes through exercises which lead into the
    • preparatory to all Jesuit exercises, we consider
    • Jesuitism who had not gone through such exercises,
    • soul of the future Jesuit, the picture of the God-forsaken man,
    • soul of the Jesuit pupil, so must a feeling of
    • personal will of each Jesuit pupil had been
    • Will which are brought before the soul of the Jesuit
    • so far as this Jesuit training lays hold of the
    • than that between Jesuitism and Rosicrucianism, for
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