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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • and have their being below it. We become aware that they work below
    • to the unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being which is
    • stands towards the individual being of man in a relationship quite
    • meet another human being and enter into the most varied relationships
    • feeling that the Will of another man is being put under compulsion.
    • Christ-Being.
    • human being or other being works upon us, unconscious elements affect
    • our soul-life; they are produced by the other being indirectly
    • Christ-Being acting on the subconscious part of the souls of the
    • This must call forth the fear of being forsaken by God, and
    • loving Being, Christ Jesus, to whom alone it is due that man is not
    • is to sink oneself into the depths of the Christ-Being if we wish to
    • Christianity is being sought elsewhere than in the setting which
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • responsibility of being placed in the world as conscious beings,
    • then be led to see our physical body in its true being, and to
    • majesty a picture of what we have become through being bound up with
    • and on a higher level can say with our whole being, with our
    • thing which appears there as the changed form of my physical being.
    • That I am myself. But because my physical being was crushing me to
    • how the Tempter has grown into a powerful Being who is behind all the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • human beings, and to a certain degree its essential nature has been
    • significance and the Being of Christ Jesus.
    • Being who presents him with his karmic account. And this Being, who
    • Christ not place the bearer of the Christ-Being in the same rank as
    • we have to do with a human being who must be designated in the truest
    • of the Being of the Christ. The Christ-bearer was truly man —
    • distinguish inwardly this human being from Christ Jesus, for he
    • depreciate this being or to deny altogether his historical existence,
    • the Baptism by John in Jordan the Christ-Being entered into the
    • threefold organism. In this organism the Christ-Being lived from the
    • an Individuality, a Being who was never before connected with the
    • Being, Christ, not of a man. Hence this event was not a concern of
    • with no man — the human being who had dwelt in this body up to
    • not of human beings, but of the Gods among themselves. And we shall
    • that he should recognise God as identical with his own being:
    • of all men. Human beings would always have been able to recognize
    • their own breasts. Or there might be human beings who hide themselves
    • death, as all natural being ends. Yet all natural existence tells us,
    • other human beings, can testify from their own experience, it leads
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • pointed out that the capacities of human beings will be enhanced, and
    • appear strange that in every human being a quite definite kind of
    • orthodox, very one-sided view — that human beings of the
    • works out his idea of the Christ Being accordingly. In his Apologia
    • science are at one in showing that in early times human beings really
    • the sea of the earthly-spiritual, even so are human beings embedded
    • back over the unedifying disputes concerning the being and
    • personality of Jesus of Nazareth, and the Being and Individuality of
    • here because many more souls now have the possibility of being able,
    • was carried out by the Being we call the Christ on the great stage of
    • beings, and without the seclusion of the Mysteries. That which had
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • human minds the super-sensible nature of the Christ-Being, has drawn
    • concerning the Christ-Being, we must come nearer to an understanding
    • sight sees him as a four-fold being, but as a four-fold being in
    • look at the fourth member of the human being, the physical body, it
    • through its ‘incarnations’ just as every human being has
    • endeavours had been made by divine-spiritual Beings through millions
    • stages, Saturn, Sun, Moon, a whole host of divine Beings worked to
    • is that by being enshrouded in an external bodily sheath, our
    • perceived by man when he reflects upon his inner being, the Buddhist
    • than their being merely parts. There must first be the quite definite
    • to come into being: indeed, all this is completely set aside.
    • we must say that he felt himself connected in his inner being with
    • threads of his soul-life, as it were, he was dependent on the being
    • Divine Being, and he clearly understood that a ‘righteous man’
    • he stands before an immense tragedy: the tragedy of not being able to
    • Christ-Being?
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • being of man?
    • raised up Christ is the Being whom we designate as the Father —
    • Spirits, and that the Being who is designated as the Father acted as
    • been crucified, appeared as a living Being to Cephas, to the Twelve,
    • comprehensible theory of the Being of Christ.
    • of Damascus onwards, was the Being of Christ for Paul? The Being of
    • descended. For Paul, it is Adam who has bequeathed to human beings
    • conception, however, something else is possible. Just as human beings
    • different beings. Just as the natural lines lead back to Adam, so it
    • monstrous. Modern thought has long disputed whether all human beings
    • are descended from one primeval human being, but it may be allowed
    • that all are descended from a single human being who was the first on
    • receiving the Being of Christ into his own being, he has the
    • being. He sees the physical body only in so far as it is permeated by
    • the other members of the human being. And it is then changed in the
    • represent man as an invisible being, made visible in matter only
    • has become a being who takes up external substances and forces of the
    • into this cohesion the Christ-Being entered at the Baptism in Jordan.
    • Christ-Being. The Christ-Being had now taken up His abode in a human
    • Ego within Him; instead, He bears the Christ-Being. So that from this
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • connected. Now in Buddhist teaching the real being of the Ego, which
    • in the case of every human being, even of the highest Adept, passes
    • human Ego but by a Cosmic Being, the Christ-Being. Through years of
    • endeavour we have tried by means of words to bring the Christ-Being
    • the being, the nature, of the ordinary human Ego. The
    • Christ-Jesus-Being was completely independent of the human Ego from
    • down in human beings during the Lemurian time, the possibility of
    • four-membered human being we now regard as normal developed gradually
    • and being of the human Ego — but how far does man know the Ego?
    • that he no longer has what the Divine Beings had intended for him
    • through which an earthly human being can bring into his otherwise
    • As physical human being he begins from a single cell; a physical body
    • their relation to the Christ-Being.
    • envelops a man as his physical body and makes him a being incarnated
    • two things were necessary. It was necessary, first, that the Being of
    • instead of a human ego — the Christ-Being. Secondly, it was
    • necessary that the Christ-Being should have resolved to descend into
    • contemplate the Christ-Being in the right light, we must seek Him in
    • the time before the beginning of man on earth. The Christ-Being was
    • human evolution had been reached, the Christ-Being incorporated
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • really happened to that Being whom we designate as Christ Jesus from
    • is to understand clearly what kind of beings these two children were.
    • on, in so far as they belong to the being who is going from
    • the spiritual world. The human being not only eats and drinks and so
    • spiritual being in the spiritual worlds, that he has in the highest
    • individuality passed over into his three-fold being.
    • receive the fourth member of his being, the Ego. We can say the
    • Hierarchy which had first brought the human Ego into being: the
    • have to do with a completely human being; whereas in the Nathan
    • into this three-fold human being all that could come from the heights
    • threefold bodily being of Jesus of Nazareth in the thirtieth year, he
    • Golgotha; the hands would not have been capable of being permeated
    • adept, nor with anything like a higher human being. For an adept is
    • other human beings. Since the Nathan Jesus had received no influence
    • yourselves united with the Christ Being, a certain possibility for
    • happened with any other human being. In every other human being a
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • that human evolution can take its course purely in the inner being of
    • man gained a great benefit: he became a free being. But he also
    • Change your thinking, and accept the Divine Being who is to give anew
    • could say to itself: ‘Yes, a Being has lived who entered into
    • individual planets, has led finally to the universe being regarded as
    • There is no place for the Christ-Being in this cosmogony, no place
    • completely foreign to man's inner spiritual being. He could be
    • other way than by something being given to man which is at one and
    • finds expression in the Holy Communion, is a union with the Being of
    • worlds, men become ripe in their inner being not merely to experience
    • spiritualise our inner being — thoughts and feelings as fully
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • kingdom, and yet raises itself above this kingdom as a higher being
    • of beings you are certainly a lower being than myself, but I have to
    • although the plant is a lower being than the animal, and say: ‘I
    • myself before you.’ And so would each being that climbs upwards
    • the beings who alone have made this possible for him.
    • lower, who thoroughly incorporates this feeling in his own being and
    • consciously feel ourselves more in the grip of our whole being than
    • the Christ-Being in a human body of flesh could take place only once
    • repetition of the incarnation of this Being, it simply means that the
    • Christ-Being is not understood.
    • Everywhere there are spiritual beings who stand in a relationship to
    • me.’ Men will learn to communicate with these beings and to
    • without being able to indicate the teaching of reincarnation.
    • could the fruits of civilisation come if human beings were not born
    • civilisation, human beings must be born again. That is Lessing's
    • take hold of men more and more. In past times, even when human beings
    • evolution of humanity, descends, and the human being who receives him
    • so that human beings could come gradually to this epoch of evolution?
    • the higher worlds the Being whom we designate as the Christ-Being had
    • own evolution. For the Christ-Being would also have attained His
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • in which it is being discussed and brought to public notice is, of course,
    • It may be safely affirmed at the outset that the Being around Whom our
    • its origin and its whole being is not an external fact but a Fact of
    • they experienced they became quite other beings. To them came the
    • being awakened in the depths of his nature recognize another world
    • for a tremendous event to be compared in some measure with being born
    • present as was the human being before birth or conception. The
    • disciple was a new-born being. The present view of knowledge, as
    • being, and that which was within him had only come to the fore after
    • being. In Egypt reference was made to the wonderful spirit-forces and
    • this, profane writers asserted that the nature and being of things
    • so dominated all soul-being that in ordinary life no conception of it
    • human being. By means of struggling against and conquering all
    • all inclusive love and sympathy for men and beings. Sympathy, in so
    • the primal source of being, that he felt that in its vastness the
    • impulse came from his being led through a comprehensive astronomy and
    • being was gained, and with it a feeling for truth and fidelity; the
    • needed, for the Divinity once and for all permeated the Being of the
    • Dionysos were united in the Being Who entered humanity in the Event of
    • Existence. Being “subject to original sin,” as they put it,
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  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • they work and have their being below it. We become
    • unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being
    • towards the individual being of man in a
    • When we meet another human being and enter into the
    • that the Will of another man is being put under
    • actual sight of the Christ-Being.
    • human being or other being works upon us,
    • produced by the other being indirectly through
    • concerned. Here we see the Christ-Being acting on
    • the fear of being forsaken by God, and detestation
    • loving Being, Christ Jesus, to whom alone
    • to sink oneself into the depths of the Christ-Being
    • Christianity is being sought elsewhere than in the



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