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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • instincts, and passions to play into them. So we see that in the
    • element of Spirit, which can encompass something that belongs to all
    • pictures which the Gospels give of the compassionate life of Jesus.
    • one-sided way, first on sinful man, secondly on the compassionate
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • picture not painted by constraint, as in Jesuitism, from passages in
    • to remain with the Guardian of the Threshold and not to pass beyond
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • passes over in a heightened form to the Christ. Occult clairvoyant
    • picture has to be given of the world a man enters on passing through
    • etheric body after death. We know that on passing through the gate of
    • passes over into the Kamaloka region for the period of purification
    • passes over to Christ Jesus, and man will ever more and more meet
    • office of Karmic Judge passes over to Christ Jesus in the higher
    • come to pass, an event which works into the Christ-development of
    • passes through all these incarnations — the human individuality
    • Nazareth, preparing that body, pass out with the
    • such a life-thread as our human one had passed into a physical human
    • passed in a much more perfect condition from incarnation to
    • who, as man, did not surpass other men. This personality had
    • surpassed them before he was thirty years of age — but no
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • came to pass for the world's evolution through Christianity.
    • this is something that passes like a magic breath through the first
    • thirst for knowledge, with a passion for gaining as quickly as
    • eyes. Should he wish at the same time to understand another passage,
    • 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
    • this inward passivity have developed feelings of whole-hearted
    • soul of Richard Wagner had not ripened in a certain passive way, if
    • We can discern this in the passages where he refers to the
    • reference is made to some passage do we take into account the
    • passage must be read. Every tradition which rests only upon the
    • This can be shown in numberless passages. As an example let us take
    • can say, too, that the last transcriber or translator of this passage
    • that the last conclusion, the imparting of the mystery, does not pass
    • has passed between teacher and pupil.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • which passes as the fundamentally eternal in us from incarnation to
    • when he has passed through the gate of death. And we can fully
    • consciousness, which had passed over from Buddha to his followers.
    • passes over into the new incarnation.
    • off the human form entirely on passing through death, as he was on
    • seems to say that the physical body passes over into the elements of
    • sadly the Greek sees pass away, and the Ego-consciousness. We meet
    • that when we pass through the gate of death we retain at least the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • To see how important this is, we need only recall a passage in the
    • take these important words seriously, we cannot simply pass them over
    • And now let us pass
    • minute particulars, as we have just seen in the passage read to you.
    • But this passage includes one detail that calls for particular
    • individual passes through the gate of death, Paul says: ‘With
    • cherished by the Greeks, was lost for ever in passing through the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • in the case of every human being, even of the highest Adept, passes
    • is to pass it by? Is there no other way?’
    • It has become something that falls to pieces when he passes through
    • hidden connection exists between what has come to pass through the
    • the physical body — that is, through the Form — can pass
    • forces preponderate. It came to pass that one man, who was the bearer
    • had passed through the gate of death, and had gone through the period
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • individuality passed over into his three-fold being.
    • earth-evolution has passed from incarnation to incarnation. This
    • individuality of Zarathustra passed over from the Solomon Jesus-child
    • individuality of Zarathustra passed into him. We know also that this
    • passing over is intimated in the scene of the twelve-year-old Jesus
    • Zarathustra passed over into this twelve-year-old child. From the
    • twelve-year-old Jesus in the Temple, there is a passage: ‘And
    • man’. (Luke II:52). In truth this passage stands as follows
    • that pours itself into external beauty of form. In this passage,
    • just this that had passed out of the threefold bodily nature of Jesus
    • can say that it would have dissolved and passed over, not into the
    • in the passage where Christ Jesus wishes to explain to his
    • to pass over into men’. That is what Christ wished to say when
    • other body that is embalmed, it came to pass that after the burial
    • the material parts quickly volatilised and passed over into the
    • passes over into all people. Paul himself is convinced that it was
    • also appeared to them, as he says in the following passage:
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • you the passage — that he would have to tear up his whole
    • spirit, had to continue as a vital fact. And this came to pass
    • pass over gradually into one another, and what was formerly right
    • will gradually pass over into something else when people are ready
    • ceremonies will change, and that which formerly came to pass through
    • whence something substantial passed over into the soul. They were not
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • and bear my fate resignedly, as it comes to pass. For had it not come
    • to pass as it has done, as I have experienced it, I should not have
    • were pursuing. He could have passed by, so to speak, far above the
    • when it is not a confession of passive, easy-going resignation, but
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • had come so far in its evolution that the old clairvoyance had passed
    • whenever he desired to encompass the Cosmos with his ideas. This
    • was embraced and encompassed by the Name of CHRIST. Mithra and
    • of Nazareth in Whom Mithra lived and Who then passed through death, an
    • already passed. The existence of Christ as a real man could never be
    • significant of all that has passed into humanity.
    • disciple had to pass through a time when everything spiritual seemed
    • recognition.” In another passage he writes, “A Master says,
    • power passed beyond the choir of angels, and sits at the right hand of
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • impulses, instincts and passions to play into them.
    • but the element of Spirit, which can encompass
    • compassionate life of Jesus. But these pictures do
    • man, secondly on the compassionate God, and then

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