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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • the Anthroposophical Movement for the spiritual life of the present
    • always expressed the fact that this triad is present not only in the
    • Resurrection. Whatever may be our present thoughts about the
    • Resurrection He had become someone who was present in a quite special
    • Spirit-element, which represents something common to all mankind.
    • exercises mean for the whole man. But this Imaginative presentation
    • longer say Christ but exclusively Jesus — is represented as the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • anthroposophical stream we represent, simply because our movement has
    • characterising Rosicrucianism and present-day Initiation, we must
    • deeply rooted in present-day spiritual life. Just because this
    • or unintentionally, in our present-day literature. Take, for example,
    • essential both to it and to the way of knowledge at the present time.
    • here we have something universally human, presented not through dogma
    • to human nature we recognise that we are as we are in our present
    • beyond this pain to the overcoming of our present existence. And for
    • Temptation, and the picture of it as presented to us in the synoptic
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • the evolution of Christian humanity up to the present time. And, now
    • fact which only at this present stage in the development of our
    • Being who presents him with his karmic account. And this Being, who
    • originated in Rosicrucianism: Moses presents man in the hour of death
    • — Moses presents man in the hour of his death with the record
    • actually present in human evolution. These facts could be recognised
    • suits their own likings and represents their own ideal. And it must
    • according to the occult results of the present time, we know just as
    • the life of Apollonius of Tyana.’ If we want to represent in a
    • If we want to represent the nature of the Christ-life, we must draw it
    • Zarathustra-individuality, and were present in the body of Jesus of
    • Man’. But it was the Fall that first called man to his present
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • itself? To everyone who stands consciously in the present, who has
    • man, Jesus of Nazareth. Justin then asks: Was the Logos not present
    • present-day Gospel texts. From the existing translations, in fact, we
    • according to the professorial methods of the present day, must admit
    • have something that must be called misrepresentation, not only a
    • incarnation between the Mystery of Golgotha and the present time, the
    • whereby the findings that will now be presented to men can be
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • is not a good expression, we can use it for the present — by
    • Ego in the sense of the present day. But the germ for the physical
    • represent the corresponding Buddhist theory? With the circle we
    • call my Ego is only a Maya of the present incarnation.
    • present form. This forming of the human physical body was necessary
    • external human form which was peculiar to the Greek, is not present
    • indirectly present in it. It is truly Greek for the hero to say:
    • tragedy is present indirectly in ancient Hebraism, and is expressed
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • vain. We are even found to be misrepresenting God, because we
    • over almost two thousand years and ask people of the present day how,
    • persons of our present time who, according to the modern standpoint,
    • must be possible to represent lines which lead, not to the
    • represent man as an invisible being, made visible in matter only
    • which the residue of the earlier Luciferic influences was present,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • consciousness is filled with the intellectual culture of the present
    • thought suits so well the concepts of the present day, in so far as
    • be heretical to speak of the Ego-nature as we must represent it. On
    • been present once only in a body of flesh, must be taken seriously
    • with all the intellectual preconceptions of the present day. If, they
    • perceptions, are not to be found in our present-day physical body;
    • We will take this diagram to represent schematically what we call our
    • Within our soul-nature there is nothing that is not present in this way.
    • represent the physical body as the enclosing sheath. For us, as
    • at the present time, when one says that a process similar to the
    • the event with which we are here concerned must be presented in the
    • been present on earth, through the death of a man, that which came to
    • be present as the Risen Body of Christ Jesus. Previously, after men
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • present in him from his birth. But — according to a good
    • with which our present Earth took its start.
    • Egos who have since continued to incarnate were not present in men on
    • incarnations. If we were to represent the stream of physical human
    • of Gautama Buddha, there was present in this child what we may call
    • present there in a physical body, and that this physical body had
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • tries to rise into the spiritual world along the present path of
    • present form of spiritual-scientific endeavours will be convinced
    • present we will gratefully rejoice in what our valued Oetinger has so
    • Oetinger. It is difficult for a man of the present day to reconcile
    • appears, only matter is present. How could this come about? In no
    • presentations had taken place, not on the great stage of a capital
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • this Imagination corresponds exactly to the scene represented in the
    • the nineteenth century must carry over into its present existence
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • 1961, and is presented here in agreement with the Rudolf Steiner
    • treating of this theme in an anthroposophical manner presents peculiar
    • matters of spiritual life, and it is directly repugnant to our present-day
    • nature of the present era, now approaching its termination, that in the
    • fourfold presentation of which cannot be brought into harmony. In face
    • crumbled away through the presentation of the kind of research brought
    • Is it not the case that those who in the nineteenth century presented
    • and our present question, as to what was the real object of the Gospels,
    • clearer the more men grasp the conception of the cosmos as presented
    • present as was the human being before birth or conception. The
    • disciple was a new-born being. The present view of knowledge, as
    • that the kind of mental comprehension present in the forming of the
    • holds good for the present. The path to the divine and primal sources
    • philosophers, the present mode of thinking was gradually prepared, and
    • represented all that worked on the Earth of the nature of spiritual
    • man could seek, and which joined him with the divine, was present
    • beginning of a new era (our present one).
    • into the background in order to present a tangible Jesus quite
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • The lecture presented here was given in Karlsruhe on October 5, 1911.
    • of the present time. We shall also have the
    • the fact that this triad is present not only in the
    • Resurrection. Whatever may be our present thoughts
    • present in a quite special way, different entirely
    • Spirit-element, which represents something common to
    • the whole man. But this Imaginative presentation of
    • but exclusively Jesus — is represented as the

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