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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • the choice of it will enable us to make a wide survey of the realm of
    • sense-life, must be included in the realm of Cognition, along with
    • aware of, whether it be reality or maya; the world we live in
    • outside the realm of conscious cognition, but comes from a region
    • in the moral realm this or that ideal comes to birth. It takes only a
    • little self-knowledge to realise that these ideals do rise up into
    • waves to the surface, and those that break out into the realm of air,
    • as real as our conscious life, must therefore be recognised as a
    • subconscious soul-life in a realm that is at first unknown —
    • exact consideration of every age of cognition compels us to realise
    • best grasp this transition if we realise that into ordinary human
    • consciousness lies in the realm of the Spirit, whereas by ‘the
    • part of the soul — only then do they enter the realm of the
    • Spirit; otherwise they remain in the realm of the Son-Principle. And
    • feeling descends directly into the realm of the Will, and the nearer
    • subconscious, the dark realms into which we sink completely when
    • Will-element, because it descends into the realm of the subconscious,
    • different from that of cognition, the realm of the Spirit. And so,
    • life it is quite easy to understand. Certainly the realm of cognition
    • realm of cognition we have to do with something more universally
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • taught Western man the necessity of realising, above all, that his
    • Then to take counsel with those who know something in this realm as
    • moral is reality. So we rise above the prejudice that these moral
    • feelings are something transitory; we realise that they live on, are
    • stamped into us as moral realities. We learn to feel the
    • all external realities, the desire to cling to these outer realities,
    • Then fear comes over us. We experience fear such as every real knower
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • clairvoyant vision of what really took place in human evolution
    • really without prejudice, and if they were not too quick and biased
    • real nature of Christ. And it would be no more than a preconceived
    • out of account these essential points cannot come to a real knowledge
    • really appears quite like Him. When, for instance, we hear that this
    • Apollonius of Tyana, and of him we speak as a really high Adept.
    • always with great minds, he really remained alone with his thoughts.
    • longing, there opens for him an outlook into a realm, the realm of
    • natural science, can connect the realm of Grace with existence, for
    • thought-reality. But what is it that is able, with full reality, to
    • itself stands there as a real fact, the personal historic Christ —
    • He it is who gives not an intellectual answer but a real answer.
    • truth, and not a lie about myself, then in my own soul I must realise
    • the soul pulls itself together to the point of attributing real
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • science are at one in showing that in early times human beings really
    • through the Mystery of Golgotha. A powerlessness to give real
    • Today there is really more need for a certain passive attitude
    • really done only to open our eyes, not in order to seize the truths,
    • without realising it, to gather from the spiritual world the
    • the world. Hence we must realise that this Gospel has been imparted
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • how can he think it really true that the physical body, delivered
    • You will realise
    • understand nothing of what Greece really was. Every period has its
    • upon us, then we must say that the real love of the Greek was for the
    • hast named nothing real in the carriage. If thou wilt speak of what
    • is real, thou must name the parts.’ In the same case the
    • Ego. The Ego is something real which as a super-sensible entity goes
    • Anyone who really knows Buddhism must picture it in this
    • a real copy of the God.
    • the human bodily form — ‘than a king in the realm of
    • This is strange, someone might now say. Does it really
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • ‘The Resurrection of Jesus is really a shibboleth, concerning
    • read: ‘As soon as I can convince myself of the reality of the
    • from us? It demands something which, for modern thought, is really
    • mind. For, if we come closer to all this, what is it that Paul really
    • know very well.’ Is it really the physical body of man that
    • aside his physical body. But does he really lay aside his physical
    • real thought, the Phantom, in the external world. Just as the thought
    • Spirits the Spirits of Form, because they really live in the Phantom
    • always insisted that the human body really consists of the same
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • esteemed sufficient, are really not sufficient to answer the question
    • connected. Now in Buddhist teaching the real being of the Ego, which
    • say, ‘I had to assent to the real Pauline teaching about the
    • into the real nature of human understanding. Here I should like to
    • What was the effect of this destruction of the real physical body? If
    • king in the realm of shades.’ So it was that when a Greek saw
    • the physical, material parts. The body that was really intended for
    • such question as this might be asked: If indeed Paul really believed
    • regard the Mystery of Golgotha as a reality that took place and had
    • not as a new theory, but as something real, something factual. Hence
    • previously, this signifies nothing for a real understanding of
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • really happened to that Being whom we designate as Christ Jesus from
    • was really only a repetition of the Saturn, Sun, and Moon periods.
    • Nathan-child, described in the Luke Gospel, really had no Ego; as
    • even then gazing out into the cosmic realms of the spiritual. Through
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • Earth-evolution, and that something real, something actual, comes
    • possibility of finding the Christ-Impulse as something real. But for
    • to men. And we can understand this when we realise that we are
    • really wants is often difficult to recognise in the case of the older
    • that once Theosophy has become a real science, and has thus clearly
    • very real difficulties, if the views of the nineteenth century on
    • real process which does not concern himself only. The Germans say
    • alone gives real content to our theosophical outlook. All this,
    • real power, an objective fact, and that the Act of Redemption is also
    • realm, his perception of the spiritual, of the physical manifestation
    • Communion they could find a real union with Christ. For all things
    • something concrete, something real. By means of meditation,
    • real proof that Christianity is greater than its external form. For a
    • path was through the Gospels. And here again we must realise what in
    • the real Redeemer, of whom the soul knew that He must be there, in
    • realm of the esoteric. We will then conclude our study by showing how
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • also. Consequently, although the Gospels are really revived Mystery
    • really is at first as if water were washing over our feet, and then
    • sense to the description of the objective fact, and so to the real
    • incorporated in a physical body, and that which arose as the real
    • designed to give back to man his real physical force-body, the
    • so far advanced that this ideal can be realised; we are only so far
    • sign of what he really is as he who is to incorporate a Bodhisattva.
    • speech will make into a reality what has just been characterised:
    • of realising the intensity of love that was needed for a God to make
    • thanks to Christ for our freedom. Then only can we really perceive
    • grasped and felt and willed in its own realm only by someone who
    • the Spiritual. For the script that can be read in spiritual realms is
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • the Gospels really intended to be historical records in the sense
    • and our present question, as to what was the real object of the Gospels,
    • into a realm lying behind the world of sense and behind what can be
    • In order to realize what Christianity is, and what it can and must be
    • they realized that if they were to reach what was to be attained they
    • so, physically speaking, there was really born through the processes
    • preparation of the soul for the realization of the ideas about the
    • described did really exist but that it exists no longer in the same
    • fear into awe and reverence, and to realize how the highest kind of
    • apprehension of the “God in Man.” A real acquaintance was
    • already passed. The existence of Christ as a real man could never be
    • unreal in comparison with the ordinary way of looking at things, and
    • to a real love for the Great Soul, the Source of the world's
    • together from out its various spheres what will lead to a real
    • experience, leads through what really has developed out of the soul to
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • make a wide survey of the realm of Spiritual Science
    • be included in the realm of Cognition, along with
    • aware of, whether it be reality or maya; the world
    • which is outside the realm of conscious cognition,
    • can see how in the moral realm this or that ideal
    • to realise that these ideals do rise up
    • the surface, and those that break out into the realm
    • Subconscious soul-life, as real as our conscious
    • If we place this subconscious soul-life in a realm
    • compels us to realise that behind everything we can
    • best grasp this transition if we realise that into
    • lies in the realm of the Spirit, whereas by ‘the
    • only then do they enter the realm of the Spirit;
    • otherwise they remain in the realm of the Son-Principle.
    • descends directly into the realm of the Will, and
    • realms into which we sink completely when
    • descends into the realm of the subconscious, stands
    • the realm of the Spirit. And so, when we
    • understand. Certainly the realm of cognition has
    • So we see that in the realm of cognition
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