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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • existed in Europe as Rosicrucianism, we have an inward
    • the most complicated analysis of the mysteries of existence,
    • something else can be discerned; that in our everyday existence our
    • moral ideals are connected with the deepest questions of existence,
    • danger to the world's existence that could be conjured forth
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • to exist, according to our valuation of human nature. This
    • concentrate on the thought of how warmth can exist spiritually, how
    • beyond this pain to the overcoming of our present existence. And for
    • something else, has its right to exist; it has revealed something to
    • feel our own impotent existence so far removed from Divine existence.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • existence the world's history, the world's evolution,
    • well as others that there existed as a contemporary of Christ Jesus
    • depreciate this being or to deny altogether his historical existence,
    • existence of Christ Jesus Himself. The individuality in question is
    • existence. It would be meaningless if the soul were to end with
    • death, as all natural being ends. Yet all natural existence tells us,
    • of going beyond natural existence and seeking the answer elsewhere.
    • natural science, can connect the realm of Grace with existence, for
    • give the lie to our existence. As the crystal form emerges in a
    • existence to itself, it cannot do otherwise than turn back to the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • religion existed already among the ancients, and was not lacking in
    • flesh, the true religion, which was already in existence, received
    • into the secrets of existence, yet something that could happen in men
    • possessed something which now exists only in the subconscious, namely
    • present-day Gospel texts. From the existing translations, in fact, we
    • certain extent, as they exist today, they are no longer fully of use.
    • short, a great misunderstanding must here exist.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • the sources of existence appears complicated, people turn away from
    • existence where it is enshrouded by an external form. Into what kind
    • of existence? Into an existence described in the Buddha-teaching as
    • to the pain of existence, to the sorrow of existence. Only one way of
    • Buddha: to become free from external existence, to throw off the
    • the craving for existence, an existence enshrouded by a bodily
    • beyond these nothing else exists except a word which covers wheels,
    • Now what remains of all that has been spellbound within his existence
    • Earth-existence as the epoch in which the Spirits of Form first took
    • physical body, with all craving after existence, shall be overcome as
    • his existence is blessed and ought to be blessed, a tragic fate
    • understand human existence, of feeling himself bound up with God and
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • existence if he merely takes marble or something else, and strikes
    • the beginning of our Earth-existence, we can say that the hosts from
    • stands at the starting-point of man's Earth existence, when he
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • existence, a Sun existence and a Moon existence, and these three
    • Earth-existence, the fourth of the planetary conditions which were
    • necessary to bring into existence our Earth with all its creatures,
    • record as far as the origin of our earth existence, that in the
    • beginning of Earth-existence this reflecting apparatus, the external
    • intervened, then, at the beginning of his Earth-existence, man would
    • the beginning of our Earth-existence, the physical body was prevented
    • the beginning of the Earth-existence man has lived in a physical body
    • hidden connection exists between what has come to pass through the
    • of the earth-existence, our soul-powers would reflect them-selves in
    • exist only together with the Ego-consciousness. And when he saw the
    • analogy offered by the coming into existence of a human individual.
    • of course existent at that time. He did not enter into the course of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • existence from out of the spiritual worlds. This can happen in the
    • earthly-existence from out of the spiritual world. Such an in-flow of
    • Buddha forces working further in the stream of earth-existence which
    • and adaptations to existence are the outcome of certain experiences
    • existence the greatest possible preparations had been made.
    • was perfectly intact; it existed in a spiritual bodily form, visible
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • always existed. Hence there is much that is correct in a treatise on
    • possessed. What he brought into existence — for his time a very
    • that he can attain his highest ideal of Earth-existence solely
    • evolution of the nineteenth century. The connection that should exist
    • hold: that there was a Saturn, a Sun, and a Moon existence which were
    • quite different from the Earth existence; that in the Earth existence
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • Mineral, but you give me the possibility of existence. In the order
    • thank you for my existence, and I bow myself in humility before you.’
    • thank you for my existence; I acknowledge it in humility, and I bow
    • to life, how he can free himself from the thirst for existence, as
    • the nineteenth century must carry over into its present existence
    • come did not exist. It will express itself somewhat as follows: ‘I
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • Religion already existed among the ancients and was never absent from
    • given to humanity which had always been in existence, though hitherto
    • These Mysteries existed all over the world, among the Greeks and Romans
    • literature which still exists. The pupils admitted to the Mysteries
    • described did really exist but that it exists no longer in the same
    • thought — did not exist in pre-Christian ages. The Mysteries did
    • control during his earthly existence.
    • Existence. Being “subject to original sin,” as they put it,
    • already passed. The existence of Christ as a real man could never be
    • Initiation existed.
    • existence. Strangely enough a clear consciousness of this prevailed
    • that without light no eye could have come into existence nor could man
    • his Earth to be bound up with all cosmic existence so will he
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • the other movement, which for centuries has existed
    • the mysteries of existence, Cognition is the primary
    • discerned; that in our everyday existence our soul-life
    • with the deepest questions of existence, or how they
    • the world's existence that could be conjured forth



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