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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • certain sense, is the movement known in the external world as
    • and the ugly, for although it is true in a certain sense that there
    • has adopted a certain judgment in a question of taste and can
    • else lies hidden: something that is certainly not unknowable but in
    • life it is quite easy to understand. Certainly the realm of cognition
    • influence on human souls, a certain receptivity in those souls was
    • the Son, for in the Acts of the Apostles we are told that certain
    • gathered up into a single resolution of the Will, can certainly give
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • of certain occult faculties, but if we bring a cleansed and purified
    • recognise as equally our own. But we must first be clear on certain
    • certainly only by outstanding individual thinkers. We need only call
    • attention to certain facts which are quite forgotten, intentionally
    • certainly not in the way that ideas of this kind are considered in
    • earth-lives: certainly an imperfect attempt, but it could not be
    • hands a first elementary book, the Old Testament. Thereby a certain
    • a certain moral equilibrium, a balance of the soul-forces of feeling.
    • A person who cannot to a certain extent grasp the thought that ‘in
    • able to make good progress. A certain equanimity and understanding
    • something moves in which there is spirit. Then, out of certain
    • certain sense come out of it, like the snake which after casting its
    • not been formed by myself. Most certainly I have not made this
    • by degrees we learn in a certain way to value him. We learn to say:
    • is the picture we encounter at a certain point on our occult path,
  • 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
    • the Christ-Event will take place, for this is when a certain general
    • There is certainly
    • It consists in the fact that a certain office in the Cosmos,
    • When certain
    • be said that in a certain respect Theosophists of all shades of
    • opinion do this very thing today. When, for example, certain highly
    • certain need — and a very comprehensible need — to
    • certainly say: Here we have to do with a special man, a man for whose
    • Nazareth certainly stands high; but not in the same way as an Adept
    • he won for himself high powers and reached a certain climax in his
    • individuality was built up by him to a certain form for his own
    • Nazareth, the Christ-life certainly develops in a certain way. But
    • its necessary weakness up to a certain time in the past. The concept
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • as that of accepting what an esotericist — he who in a certain
    • certain simple clarity he sees in Christ that which we set forth
    • a certain power of clairvoyance; that later they descended from this
    • certain modesty with regard to the highest truths. If we have the
    • the first Christian centuries, we can say: Certainly it is now
    • tradition. Everything, however, which is connected with a certain
    • possible a certain number of ideas, will lead, if not into complete
    • error, quite certainly to a distortion of the truth. Anyone who says
    • quite certainly deceive himself. In a human way we can go deeply into
    • to oneself: ‘Grace has brought me to a certain number of
    • Today there is really more need for a certain passive attitude
    • ought to stream towards them in a certain passive way. For we must be
    • soul of Richard Wagner had not ripened in a certain passive way, if
    • a certain explanation of the foundations of the Gospels should be
    • certain extent, as they exist today, they are no longer fully of use.
    • judgment that would certainly be correct. But if we look at the whole
    • There was a certain
    • understood only by those who were initiated into certain secrets. He
    • the secret meaning of certain things?
    • leads him to acquire knowledge of certain fundamental truths
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • of influence. Certainly in the widest circles we find the bad habit
    • it certainly is simple. But if at a certain stage we wish to learn to
    • certain respect it is the companion of the Ego through the various
    • At first it certainly seems as though occult knowledge
    • and in a certain way we are justified by Spiritual Science in
    • his Ego was in a certain sense also the Divine Ego. The God lived on
    • set before us. And they mean that we shall have to widen in a certain
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • He had also to go through certain situations in life which re-appear
    • have proofs that Christ lives.’ But they certainly would not
    • expressed by Paul. Certainly it is pleasant to interpret something
    • Greece, even if he were also a Hebrew; by one who in a certain
    • become visible? Certainly not; for the etheric body is invisible for
    • added it would certainly become perceptible inwardly, but not
    • tempted him, and certain forces were poured into his astral body. It
    • that at a certain point of time in life the Ego were to go out from a
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • we saw that in a certain respect the question of Christianity is the
    • must clear away certain hindrances. From all that has been said
    • gather that certain theosophical ideas, which in some quarters are
    • certainly offers something very pleasant. Hardly any other form of
    • been lost. Certainly in these matters one can employ all kinds of
    • going in a certain direction, looking straight ahead. Your name is
    • not given us in its completeness. We do certainly speak of the nature
    • Certainly up to that time conditions were such that humanity would
    • ever overcome death as a human Phantom. Similar things had certainly
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • developed man must be — with certain liabilities to error and
    • East had previously worked in the West, and that certain legends and
    • occupied in a certain sense. Thus are interlaced the ways taken by
    • every other, but in a certain respect quite different, and in order
    • traced to certain human ancestors in the Lemurian period, the period
    • certain point of time in this Lemurian period that we can speak
    • certain Ego substance was not brought into the stream of physical
    • and adaptations to existence are the outcome of certain experiences
    • yourselves united with the Christ Being, a certain possibility for
    • quite different. The ordinary law of inertia sees to it that certain
    • When the body became permeated with certain substances, which in this
    • convinced Paul? In a certain sense Paul was an Initiate before the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • the first half of the nineteenth century was illumined by a certain
    • theosophists of the eighteenth. What came over was certainly not
    • certainly, comes a pessimistic paragraph with which, in its bearing
    • beautifully set forth, and which may certainly count upon a
    • super-sensible world the darkening of a certain light; when you
    • there came to meet them a thought which certainly might be born from
    • certain sense deprived of the Divine. A merely material world was
    • have their time. Certainly, just as it is true in regard to the
    • Communion, will remain. Only it must be made possible that certain
    • Movement, certain inner thoughts and feelings, shall permeate and
    • obliterated when the external forms of the Christianity of a certain
    • always seen a certain deep seriousness in the fact that the bearer of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • this course. In Christian Initiation certain feelings which belong to
    • begins by trying to live for a long time with certain feelings and
    • down to the mineral kingdom and say: ‘Certainly I was destined
    • of beings you are certainly a lower being than myself, but I have to
    • sufficient intensity, they will certainly have the effect that we
    • can have of it as Initiation today, the same thing in a certain sense
    • with certainty, because they had an ancestral memory, that the human
    • self-evident. Certainly, many misunderstandings still prevail; but
    • nature will develop certain powers which will have the effect that
    • the individual, as soon as he has reached a certain age and has
    • uncertainty but a starving, a cramping, of life, will disappear
    • on that in certain circumstances a man may very well form a concept
    • is mentioned, though certainly in a distorted form, in Hebrew
    • For at a certain point of time in his life a great change comes over
    • sheaths. In the case of a Bodhisattva there certainly will be
    • certain sense, and the individuality who comes from the remote past —
    • develop further in a certain way, but through the Luciferic influence
    • as this is that once more we have learnt something towards a certain
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • came into humanity with the events of Palestine, but that in a certain
    • that beyond them it is impossible to go. Certainly it was admitted in
    • under a certain supposition which must be understood before anything
    • less certainty was this experienced also in the Persian or Mithraic
    • was in a certain sense born in the soul of the disciple, and the
    • teaching was clothed in certain instructions that may be verified from
    • being filled with Christ has the certainty, as St. Paul had it, that
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • certain sense, is the movement known in the external
    • although it is true in a certain sense that there is
    • when someone has adopted a certain judgment in a
    • hidden: something that is certainly not unknowable
    • understand. Certainly the realm of cognition has
    • exert influence on human souls, a certain
    • Acts of the Apostles we are told that certain
    • the Will, can certainly give the Will immense



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