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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • it does to external nature. It belongs to us in so far as we absorb
    • outer world; and inasmuch as we have within us a portion of nature,
    • we have also within us a portion of the unknown in nature. So in the
    • consciousness; and that which, as the unknown in nature and at the
    • same time in man, lives in us as part of the great unknown Nature.
    • to the unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being which is
    • of one kind with Nature, the name of the Father-Principle has always
    • As to the nature of the Will, we need only think of that which plays
    • human nature strives, in so far as it is healthy, to develop in the
    • that after the Christ had worked upon the Logos-nature of man. He
    • detestation of man as he is according to his own nature.
  • 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
    • characterised by all that high regard for human nature which we
    • occultism, simply by observing nature, he tried in his own way as a
    • nature, to feel how through the universe, along with the warmth,
    • way from human nature, if only we devote ourselves to a clear-sighted
    • examination of our own human nature. From this beginning we come to a
    • to human nature we recognise that we are as we are in our present
    • nature. We proceed from the universally human and bring forth 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
    • real nature of Christ. And it would be no more than a preconceived
    • human nature was forsaken by the Zarathustra-individuality. Thus it
    • was that this human nature, directly the Christ-Individuality had
    • forth from human nature — the Tempter. That is why the Christ
    • glimpse into the whole nature of the events of Golgotha, the events
    • Adept-natures. Some people may perhaps tell us that we do not do this
    • If we want to represent the nature of the Christ-life, we must draw it
    • atonement something had happened for human nature. Men simply
    • deeply into the nature of Christianity have often pointed out these
    • points to two powers in human nature, between which the personal
    • perfection; but neither belongs to human nature from the start. Human
    • nature shares the characteristic of all natures, and nature leads not
    • death extends over everything. If we look at external nature, our
    • with nature? A mechanical natural order, they say, prevails and man
    • the facts of nature, is to be recognised philosophically. Neither of
    • Grace over and above nature, which at first stands before the soul as
    • unite the soul with nature? He Who is the personal Christ working in
    • the kingdom of Grace. That which transcends nature, which like nature
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • closely the nature of the Christ-Event. Thus a picture of the
    • much more than we can about the nature of those who were but a few
    • said, ‘Human nature has indeed changed; it has acquired another
  • 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
    • of human nature, for whose further development on Earth the
    • concerning human nature, as shown through occult sight.
    • three other members of human nature, the astral body, the etheric
    • from human nature, one cannot value the remainder as highly as the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • penetrate into its essential nature. We shall see that only by this
    • towards understanding the nature of Christianity. But if we are to
    • inviolable order of Nature would make an irreparable rent in my
    • nearer to its nature.
    • elements which we can trace also in Nature; in the natural order of
    • externally in nature. They are merely caught up by the human Form.
    • firmly in our souls this four-fold nature of Christ Jesus, saying to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • the essential nature of the Christ-Impulse recognised immediately
    • in the true sense we can call the fourth member of human nature, has
    • clearly that the Ego-nature cannot be spoken of in Buddhism as we
    • be heretical to speak of the Ego-nature as we must represent it. On
    • Ego-nature.
    • nature of Christ Jesus, it is obvious that for Him one must rule out
    • the being, the nature, of the ordinary human Ego. The
    • could the human Ego enter into connection with human nature. Just as
    • into the real nature of human understanding. Here I should like to
    • about this, let us imagine our human nature, in so far as it consists
    • our soul-nature, as indicated in the following diagram.
    • Within our soul-nature there is nothing that is not present in this way.
    • go more and more deeply into the nature of the human soul and of
    • to a point when we must consider closely the nature of the physical
    • in earthly human nature would have been different; there would, for
    • not given us in its completeness. We do certainly speak of the nature
    • of that part of his nature which journeys on from one incarnation to
    • of a new member of human nature — an incorruptible body. But
    • concerning the nature of Christ, confining our study to the time
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • the nature of things he had brought over from earlier incarnations,
    • organism of Jesus of Nazareth. His human nature, still free, as it
    • part of human nature, together with the most intensive powers of
    • the most intimate inwardness of man. And then into this bodily nature
    • nature had not been permeated by the Zarathustra-individuality up to
    • receive the Christ, this bodily nature had to be prepared, expanded,
    • just this that had passed out of the threefold bodily nature of Jesus
    • of Nazareth. We have simply the bodily nature so prepared through the
    • Christ-Individuality with this bodily nature, by necessity the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • to the nature of that impulse which as the Christ-Impulse entered
    • that he has the Macrocosm before him as a kind of Nature, and that
    • old clairvoyance faded by degrees, and nature, for him, was in a
    • This shows that in contemplating Nature, or in thinking about Nature,
    • Nature would be deprived of the Divine, deprived of the Spirit, so
    • to comprehend external nature, as the outlook of Copernicus, Kepler
    • became gradually accepted, a conception which alienated Nature more
    • study of nature deprived of the Divine?
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • our human nature is with such universal human feelings, which
    • make us into quite another nature, so that in the world we feel
    • deep sense to become a second nature to us. For what has to happen?
    • feelings so deeply into our nature that they have penetrated as far
    • nature will develop certain powers which will have the effect that
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • nature of the present era, now approaching its termination, that in the
    • being awakened in the depths of his nature recognize another world
    • dark substratum (be it one of nature according to the materialistic
    • human nature.
    • incision in the evolution of man. Something entered into human nature
    • that only now has it reached the point of embracing external nature so
    • fact as showing that human nature has changed. A careful review of
    • but this was of a dim and dreamlike nature (not such as is described
    • nature-forces, called by the names of Isis and Osiris, when it was
    • this, profane writers asserted that the nature and being of things
    • what was found of the forces of human nature the “sub-earthly”
    • portion of man, not the “super-earthly.” The Nature of the
    • represented all that worked on the Earth of the nature of spiritual
    • forces. The nature of these daemons (in a good sense) was sought
    • Egyptian Mysteries, worked outwards from the inmost nature of man and
    • Universe work upon him through the great and mighty Nature which is
    • by gaining a deep intimacy with Nature, he could gaze upon phenomena
    • in Nature so that he felt himself infinitesimally small in comparison.
    • more a consequence of the Truth in all its ramifications when Nature
    • that what was hidden in external nature (Mithra) as also in the inner
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  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • does to external nature. It belongs to us in so far
    • inasmuch as we have within us a portion of nature,
    • nature. So in the world wherein we live we must
    • nature and at the same time in man, lives in us as
    • part of the great unknown Nature.
    • unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being
    • which is of one kind with Nature, the name of the
    • subconscious. As to the nature of the Will, we need
    • In other words, human nature strives, in so far as
    • after the Christ had worked upon the Logos-nature of
    • of man as he is according to his own nature.



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