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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • soul-life gives evidence of many things which are not part of our
    • 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
    • part of the soul — only then do they enter the realm of the
    • an altered form. The Evangelists wish particularly to evoke the
    • Christ-Being acting on the subconscious part of the souls of the
    • outpouring of the Spirit from the simple imparting of the power of
    • sanctuary in the innermost part of the soul. Hence the individual was
    • spiritual influence was imparted indirectly through the Spirit. When
    • when we now enquire into the esoteric part of Jesuitism, its various
    • purely spiritual took part in the physical world; but over against
    • this participation stand the monumental and most significant words:
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • particular attention to the fact that since the thirteenth century
    • twentieth century. Outsiders, particularly, will fall — more or
    • participate in each epoch of human evolution, if human progress is to
    • the idea that the world, or a part of his environment, is against
    • such a person will find progress particularly difficult. Hence it is
    • not succeed, particularly on the occult path, we must blame not
    • this most inward part of the soul, therefore, we have from the start
    • skin can look upon the skin from outside, though feeling it as a part
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • and in particular — this is specially relevant to our theme —
    • occurred in which the most important part was taken by Christ Himself
    • etheric body; we know also that the main part of the etheric body
    • goes another way; generally it becomes part of the cosmic ether,
    • Thus the man can recognise how he has departed from this stern law
    • incarnation. And apart from this: in the thirtieth year, when the
    • impart as the results of occult research in our time.
    • concerned. Now we know that a human individuality takes part in the
    • particular use. This we cannot say of Christ Jesus. In the thirtieth
    • death and a new birth, independent of those parts of the etheric body
    • concerned Christ Himself. And what part was man called upon to take
    • partakers in a transaction which had taken place among Gods; men
    • writings he left behind, particularly from his inspiring Pensées
    • is part of it. And what do the philosophers answer? That the
    • seer can impart to him, he can likewise come to a recognition of the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • apart from the fact that in the West no meaning could then be
    • Something new has thus been imparted to our earth. And since souls do
    • in one connection or another, and in particular you have heard that
    • they were imparted to him when he was in an imperfect condition to
    • cannot be right merely to call someone to him and impart to him the
    • imparted that a mouth simply pronounces them and an ear simply hears
    • them. The way in which the highest truths are imparted is quite
    • that the last conclusion, the imparting of the mystery, does not pass
    • imparted the knowledge would be given completely into the power of
    • imparted without further preparation because men were not ripe to
    • the Ebionites, did not impart them because, if received by unripe
    • allowed himself to impart in a certain way the Gospel of Matthew to
    • the world. Hence we must realise that this Gospel has been imparted
    • only because the listeners have taken part in the development of our
    • feeling and mood which will allow what is imparted to work upon them.
    • In particular, the true significance of the Event of Golgotha can be
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • particular point of view, we must bring together many different
    • of Man into two parts: the period between birth and death, and the
    • is it conceivable that the part of us which was embodied during the
    • part destroyed by death.’ This supreme love for the external
    • thinkest of anything else than its parts, its members.’ And
    • than the parts of the carriage — the wheels, shaft, and so on.
    • shaft, and so on; they are parts of the carriage, and beyond these
    • parts carriage is only a name and form. With the word carriage thou
    • is real, thou must name the parts.’ In the same case the
    • the separate parts. So far as they are parts they make the carriage,
    • but on the parts thou canst not come hither. In order that the
    • assembled parts can make the carriage, something else is necessary
    • than their being merely parts. There must first be the quite definite
    • the name carriage thou seest its separate parts. Something quite
    • different is established within the parts, namely that which enables
    • thee to travel hither. So also in man: within all his parts something
    • part, and metamorphosed the physical body of man so that it has its
    • connection a part to play in the future? Does it depend upon the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • that particular incarnation, had he earned the right to use such
    • minute particulars, as we have just seen in the passage read to you.
    • But this passage includes one detail that calls for particular
    • belongs to the physical body as its enduring part, a more important
    • part than the external substances. The external substances are merely
    • part that fills the physical body, not the physical body itself. But
    • how has this mineral part found its way into the Phantom of man's
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • question of the Resurrection of Christ Jesus. In particular, we spoke
    • Each part of the
    • end of the Atlantean Period that part of the etheric body, which
    • permeates, and at the same time holds together, the material parts
    • but it had first to be imparted to him once more. And we cannot
    • the specifically mortal part of the physical body had to disappear,
    • the physical, material parts. The body that was really intended for
    • course of time imparts itself to anyone who enters into the
    • of that part of his nature which journeys on from one incarnation to
    • sacrifice consisted. Yesterday we dealt with one part of the question
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • that he can then take part in the affairs and destiny of our earth
    • essential part in the further evolution of humanity. Our human
    • worlds, particularly upon everything in Western civilisation which is
    • sense been able to take part in the further evolution of Western
    • occult research shows this — that part of the substance of the
    • part of human nature, together with the most intensive powers of
    • absorbs through his earthly evolution; a connection particularly with
    • from the Cross, the parts were still coherent, but they had no
    • the material parts quickly volatilised and passed over into the
    • have found this particularly surprising. What Paul experienced on the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • the most part in the nineteenth century this path to Christ was lost
    • who could look deeply into occult connections, and particularly into
    • wider circles. Apart from this, such a voice, coming to us out of the
    • One particular difference was that when they came down from spiritual
    • reflected on his own weakness, he always felt that the best part of
    • innermost part of the soul; when, for example, they asked themselves:
    • thoughts which flow to us through what is imparted within our
    • back at our time, they will feel it to be particularly tragic that
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • participate in the spiritual world. Clairvoyance will always be
    • different from this participation. Just as there was an ancient
    • capable of participating in that which is to come.
    • particularly between the thirtieth and thirty-third years. It can
    • by then have made part of their lives. The perspective of the future
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • and make it a part of our body, so did the disciple of the Mysteries
    • and that so will He be recognized by the humanity of the future apart
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • part of our conscious life. When we wake up in the
    • part of the great unknown Nature.
    • unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being
    • which are rooted in the elemental part of the soul —
    • wish particularly to evoke the impression that the
    • the subconscious part of the souls of the disciples;
    • simple imparting of the power of the Son, for in the
    • sanctuary in the innermost part of the soul. Hence
    • purest spiritual influence was imparted indirectly
    • esoteric part of Jesuitism, its various spiritual
    • took part in the physical world; but over against
    • this participation stand the monumental and most



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