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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • appearance of the Christ in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. So many
    • heritage of mankind, we shall seek to know it in its relation to the
    • world-outlooks, find practical expression in human life, including
    • truth, or against the alienation from life of many scientific,
    • soul-life gives evidence of many things which are not part of our
    • whole evolution of mankind can be understood only if a subconscious
    • spiritual life signify save that many things which have long dwelt
    • same time in man, lives in us as part of the great unknown Nature.
    • definitions or formulations, we may ask: How has the human mind
    • immediate environment, but in the whole world to which man himself
    • belongs? We must then reply: Man gives the name of Spirit to all that
    • best grasp this transition if we realise that into ordinary human
    • stands towards the individual being of man in a relationship quite
    • surmise that man's relationship to the Spirit is different from
    • human than anything to be found in the subconscious realm. When we
    • meet another human being and enter into the most varied relationships
    • feeling that the Will of another man is being put under compulsion.
    • human nature strives, in so far as it is healthy, to develop in the
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • to exist, according to our valuation of human nature. This
    • characterised by all that high regard for human nature which we
    • Initiation the principle of the progress of the human soul must be
    • individualities who have to guide the deeper destinies of human
    • evolution as the right Initiation for the more advanced human souls.
    • of the continuous progress of the human soul and must therefore pay
    • the human soul has developed further. Souls which are to be led to
    • we take into account the progress of the human soul. Hence the way
    • most holy element in man's inner life, his Will-centre, as
    • to overcome and enslave the human will and to set it on a
    • spiritual element which has since entered into human evolution.
    • excluded for many centuries from the external, exoteric teachings of
    • that human thinking progresses and now embraces forms of thought
    • Education of the Human Race.
    • Education of the Human Race,
    • resort is had to the familiar formula that when a clever man grows
    • occurrence in German spiritual life, and is very little known.
    • Moreover, the prize went to an essay by Wiedenmann which tried to
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • human beings, and to a certain degree its essential nature has been
    • clairvoyant vision of what really took place in human evolution
    • heightening of human powers of cognition begins. It brings with it
    • the evolution of Christian humanity up to the present time. And, now
    • — an event which has its significance for the whole of humanity
    • for the evolution of humanity as the event of Palestine had at the
    • connected with the evolution of humanity in the twentieth century,
    • for human evolution. This event marks the beginning of something that
    • connected with the whole future evolution of humanity. And whereas
    • many centuries, and is denied by no occultist who knows these things.
    • picture has to be given of the world a man enters on passing through
    • the gate of death. Now there are a great many men, especially those
    • many men the form of Moses. Hence the mediaeval formula which
    • originated in Rosicrucianism: Moses presents man in the hour of death
    • — Moses presents man in the hour of his death with the record
    • Thus the man can recognise how he has departed from this stern law
    • passes over to Christ Jesus, and man will ever more and more meet
    • feeling, now appearing quite naturally in the course of human
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • whose portal we now stand, a man could attain by various exoteric
    • worlds. By this way also the man who as yet was standing before the
    • feelings; but with the proviso that if a man feels within him only
    • other, if at the same time a man fixes his gaze upon the events in
    • everything concerning the evolution of humanity will change. We also
    • pointed out that the capacities of human beings will be enhanced, and
    • appear strange that in every human being a quite definite kind of
    • these human souls something was not possible which afterwards,
    • orthodox, very one-sided view — that human beings of the
    • the earliest days of the human race. When Christ appeared in the
    • man, Jesus of Nazareth. Justin then asks: Was the Logos not present
    • in eminent personalities of pre-Christian times? Was man in
    • completely; but through the Christ-Event it became possible for a man
    • held that in the time of Socrates, although such an eminent man could
    • said, ‘Human nature has indeed changed; it has acquired another
    • quite clearly that if we want to understand human evolution, we must
    • give up the false idea that man has always been as he is today. For —
    • science are at one in showing that in early times human beings really
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • upon the Christ-Impulse as the most profound event in human
    • particular point of view, we must bring together many different
    • human minds the super-sensible nature of the Christ-Being, has drawn
    • into the concept, the idea, of the Christ, the whole of human
    • of human nature, for whose further development on Earth the
    • concerning human nature, as shown through occult sight.
    • of Man into two parts: the period between birth and death, and the
    • first of all look at man in his physical body. We know that occult
    • human evolution we must learn the occult truth that this Ego, of
    • three other members of human nature, the astral body, the etheric
    • look at the fourth member of the human being, the physical body, it
    • understand Spiritual Science. When a man can say to himself, ‘All
    • through its ‘incarnations’ just as every human being has
    • done. Our physical body was prepared in the course of human evolution
    • description given by spiritual knowledge of the development of man
    • different forms of human consciousness concerning all that is
    • connected with our physical body, during decisive periods in human
    • permits us to see deeply into the soul of the man who felt himself
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • for the evolution of humanity and what it will become in the future.
    • belongs to the most difficult productions of man, the Apocalypse, and
    • human soul. He had gained the right to pronounce such a saying only
    • Many a person who pronounces a word of wisdom which in its proper
    • being of man?
    • We will take a man
    • Let us ask how many
    • with a modern man's outlook on the world.
    • her, ‘Woman, why are you weeping?’ She said to them,
    • ‘Woman, why are you weeping? Whom do you seek?’ Supposing
    • the Mysteries was now and once for all enacted for humanity by Divine
    • because he sees in him the first man, from whom all other men are
    • descended. For Paul, it is Adam who has bequeathed to human beings
    • from Adam, the corruptible body, the physical body of man that decays
    • conception, however, something else is possible. Just as human beings
    • action of ours, through the relationships of human generation lines
    • this idea. For looking at the matter quite soberly, what does it demand
    • from us? It demands something which, for modern thought, is really
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • magnificent picture of human evolution opened up.
    • streams of human thought: the stream which has its source in ancient
    • understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha. To the modern man, whose
    • humanity has to grasp — the question of the Resurrection. For
    • with this question the whole evolutionary history of mankind is
    • in the true sense we can call the fourth member of human nature, has
    • The human Ego, which
    • in the case of every human being, even of the highest Adept, passes
    • Nazareth; but these external human sheaths are now in-dwelt not by a
    • human Ego but by a Cosmic Being, the Christ-Being. Through years of
    • the being, the nature, of the ordinary human Ego. The
    • Christ-Jesus-Being was completely independent of the human Ego from
    • could the human Ego enter into connection with human nature. Just as
    • down in human beings during the Lemurian time, the possibility of
    • penetrated as far as the separate individuality in each man. Why was
    • four-membered human being we now regard as normal developed gradually
    • possible for man to develop his Ego-consciousness Let us slowly and
    • Ego-consciousness meets us in man.
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind.
    • the great faculties of Zarathustra, in the way that human faculties,
    • incarnation to incarnation. We are concerned therefore with a human
    • man. Hence he was encumbered — as even the most highly
    • developed man must be — with certain liabilities to error and
    • quite special manner. In fact, this body was such that the child
    • familiarise himself with the products of human culture on earth. By
    • qualities of heart were manifest in this child, enhanced to such a
    • most manifold ways. In fact, the Bodhisattva who went through his
    • essential part in the further evolution of humanity. Our human
    • the spiritual world. The human being not only eats and drinks and so
    • stream of humanity through the fact that the Buddha forces permeated
    • originate in essence from the influence which flowed down into human
    • the most important thing that European humanity can receive from
    • the East; hence the same field of action in human evolution which had
    • the spiritual currents within the evolution of humanity.
    • characterised? It was because he was not a human individuality like
    • which, strictly speaking, the Earth-evolution of man took its start.
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • into human evolution. The other question is: how can an individual
    • have seen that the Christ-Event is an objective fact of human
    • the grave a kind of seed-kernel for the reconstruction of our human
    • Christ-Event. In human evolution it always happens that a kind of low
    • its significance for human evolution, we must say that, in other
    • Theosophy will find himself somewhat estranged from the manner in
    • the idea of reincarnation — reached all that man can reach of
    • that the man who wrote this learnt about Theosophy only in the
    • forties of the nineteenth century, as it had come over from many
    • man in Thuringia, named Voelker, whose pupils knew that he possessed
    • arises in every man when earnestly and with iron energy he works
    • It was fundamentally nothing else that this simple man of Thuringia
    • Oetinger. It is difficult for a man of the present day to reconcile
    • equally difficult for a man of today: to accept the Christ-Event as
    • course to indicate even in outline how many and diverse are the views
    • that human evolution can take its course purely in the inner being of
    • man, and has nothing to do with the external world of the Macrocosm,
    • human ideal compatible with Earth-evolution merely by an inner
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • be seen as the pivotal event of human history, and the Gospels as
    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • of the John Gospel had himself witnessed many of the events he
    • humanity in general are first invoked, and they lead to an
    • our human nature is with such universal human feelings, which
    • nevertheless can raise man above himself.
    • a man who thus seeks within himself to experience first the four
    • objective could be found; and for this many preparatory lectures were
    • necessary. Even today there are many things that can be indicated
    • designed to give back to man his real physical force-body, the
    • the Christ-Being in a human body of flesh could take place only once
    • of Judge for the incarnations which will follow in human evolution,
    • karma can be balanced, for every man must reap what he has sown.
    • advancement of mankind on earth. For this we need enlightenment, not
    • or more useful for the general progress of humanity. Hence we must
    • karma and at the same time serve the collective progress of mankind.
    • of humanity. And this happens principally in the time between death
    • connection with human experience, enhanced capabilities for humanity
    • powerful stimulus to human morality, and this will signify something
    • impetus to human evolution, on the other hand it came at the time
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • justifiable to approach it from an anthroposophical standpoint. The manner
    • treating of this theme in an anthroposophical manner presents peculiar
    • thoughts are about to centre has been for many centuries the turning
    • Whatever was to be said on this subject I endeavoured to state many
    • in the soul of man to-day if he is to understand it aright, let us see
    • how deeply grounded in the spiritual facts of human development were
    • the beginning of the human race up to the time when Christ appeared in
    • came into humanity with the events of Palestine, but that in a certain
    • given to humanity which had always been in existence, though hitherto
    • Christianity, we are referred by the historical development of humanity
    • what was the secret of mankind in antiquity. We read that only a few
    • These Mysteries existed all over the world, among the Greeks and Romans
    • conviction that in every man there lives, deeply hidden and slumbering
    • so that the ordinary consciousness knows it not, a higher man. As the
    • ordinary man looks through his eyes upon the world and with his
    • thought-power thinks over what he experiences, so can this other man
    • birth of the inner man.” The expression is still used, though in
    • in the physical sense. As man in the physical world is born out of a
    • of the Mysteries a higher man who previously had been as little
    • present as was the human being before birth or conception. The
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  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • containing the German texts is entitled, Von Jesus Zu Christus,
    • Christ in the person of Jesus of Nazareth. So many
    • common heritage of mankind, we shall seek to know it
    • practical statement in human life, including
    • truth, or against the alienation from life of many
    • gives evidence of many things which are not
    • Fundamentally, the whole evolution of mankind can be
    • spiritual life signify save that many things which
    • nature and at the same time in man, lives in us as
    • we may ask: How has the human mind always expressed
    • which man himself belongs? We must then reply: Man
    • ordinary human consciousness there plays quite
    • towards the individual being of man in a
    • impelled to surmise that man's relationship to the
    • we have to do with something more universally human
    • When we meet another human being and enter into the
    • that the Will of another man is being put under
    • In other words, human nature strives, in so far as
    • in so far as it comes to statement in the human
    • man and should not be approached save through the
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