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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • seem to lie very far from the theme itself, but it will all lead us
    • little self-knowledge to realise that these ideals do rise up into
    • immediate environment, but in the whole world to which man himself
    • must feel if it is to know itself to be healthy.
    • recognise within himself the response which the development of the
    • itself directly in the Jesus-element of the Son, which means in the
    • else. The pupil has to call up for himself, in absolute solitude and
    • a man; how if he were left to himself he would incur the utmost of
    • myself to the possibility of the most fearful punishments.’
    • he has to practise severe exercises, picturing to himself in
    • itself, without casting a glance upon Christ Jesus. The soul must be
    • of Lucifer and makes Himself King of the whole earth — the
    • dignity, while Rosicrucianism has always sought to guard itself from
    • is to sink oneself into the depths of the Christ-Being if we wish to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • earth-lives has independently made itself felt — though
    • himself: What is the one and only way to explain this progress? He
    • time of the Old Testament, it took into itself whatever it could
    • for itself, but for all mankind. Humanity is a great organism, and
    • merely with himself, with his own psyche. The individual says to
    • himself: I am placed in the world of maya; desire brought me into it,
    • and in the course of repeated incarnations I shall free myself as an
    • different. While the Buddhist limits himself to concern for the
    • humanity. He feels himself bound up with all men as a single
    • this idea turns into fantasy, for he thinks that the world itself
    • itself to a recognition of reincarnation. One has always to start
    • the long run I myself am to blame for my impulses’, will not be
    • blames others and never himself; a person who is always filled with
    • esotericism, the glory of light, and then yielding oneself up to the
    • it lives pulsing through the world. Then, to sink oneself into what
    • of itself. Through the first stages of Initiation we learn in like
    • not been formed by myself. Most certainly I have not made this
    • That I am myself. But because my physical being was crushing me to
    • needed to come and say: ‘You must place before yourself in
    • his own life, and thereby can experience through himself the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • consciousness itself, or through a person having accepted on one or
    • occurred in which the most important part was taken by Christ Himself
    • beginning of our era. Just as we must say that for Christ Himself the
    • Himself, will make it possible for men to learn to see the Christ, to
    • conditions are described, including those I have dealt with myself, a
    • himself, and will illuminate the form of Christ in the etheric world.
    • the Christ and the Christ Himself. Once the body which was to be the
    • existence of Christ Jesus Himself. The individuality in question is
    • he won for himself high powers and reached a certain climax in his
    • etheric body, and astral body of Jesus; hence He had not himself
    • concern of this individuality, and his concern plays itself out as
    • earth, who from out of the Universe connected Himself with a human
    • something was laid upon him that he could not lay upon himself by his
    • concerned Christ Himself. And what part was man called upon to take
    • the physical plane in order to let their transaction play itself out
    • his soul, Pascal set himself the question: What would have become of
    • arises so that man recognises himself as God, it leads to pride,
    • the God who bowed Himself to the Cross; when the soul looks to Christ
    • bowing Himself to death on the Cross. And that, too, is the only
    • these statements is an answer for a man who is conscious of himself,
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  • 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
    • experience the Logos with himself, he could not experience it fully
    • quite certainly deceive himself. In a human way we can go deeply into
    • approach the Pauline Epistles feeling himself ready to understand
    • to oneself: ‘Grace has brought me to a certain number of
    • no one may ever give with reference to himself: it can be given only
    • himself not ripe for what it contained, then certainly other men were
    • allowed himself to impart in a certain way the Gospel of Matthew to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • everyone who occupies himself with Spiritual Science must put to
    • himself is the following. Is not all that external physical cognition
    • understand Spiritual Science. When a man can say to himself, ‘All
    • permits us to see deeply into the soul of the man who felt himself
    • one could give oneself up to the thought: ‘When that which
    • this incarnation I call myself an ‘Ego’, this is not
    • we must say that he felt himself connected in his inner being with
    • nonsense to say: ‘Thou shalt not make to thyself any image of
    • him: ‘Thou shalt not make to thyself any image of thy Zeus, or
    • Gods was to clothe them with this human form which he himself valued
    • commandment: ‘Thou shalt make to thyself no image of God.’
    • himself as made in the likeness of the Divine, and he carried out his
    • Hebrew had the commandment, ‘Thou shalt make to thyself no
    • the man who can consciously say to himself: “Through the inward
    • same time death! For as long as the Ego feels itself connected with
    • God, death cannot touch it. The Ego must first tear itself away from
    • understand human existence, of feeling himself bound up with God and
    • significance of the physical body. And Job himself says, for this too
    • to the Earth itself, have brought forth as the Form of the physical
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • read: ‘As soon as I can convince myself of the reality of the
    • cloths but rolled up in a place by itself. Then the other disciple,
    • that the Father Himself raised up the Christ. Here we are shown that
    • himself, Paul, as to one born out of due time, Christ had appeared
    • Adam, I have a corruptible body as Adam had; but in that I set myself
    • the physical human body, in itself, belongs to the most difficult
    • past life. Then he sees how the etheric body separates itself, how an
    • takes into himself, and they fill out the invisible Phantom. If the
    • part that fills the physical body, not the physical body itself. But
    • to take this denser matter into himself. If the Lucifer force had not
    • ‘Philosopher's Stone’. The physical body is itself
    • Himself the residual effects that had come from Lucifer, but with no
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • from easy for a modern man, for he would have to admit to himself:
    • anthroposophist must have trained himself to rise above this kind of
    • soul-experience itself is bound up with the mirror. If someone breaks
    • a mirror in which you see yourself, he does not break you. You merely
    • ceases, but the soul-life itself, in so far as it goes on in the
    • and Moon. Instead, it took into itself a destructive process. Since
    • we find that the process we have just indicated shows itself in an
    • inherit what he has lost. He can inherit it, he can clothe himself
    • with it, as he clothed himself with the first Adam; he can become one
    • himself? This is not hard to understand: we need only consider the
    • must think of the Phantom as multiplying itself, as does the cell
    • insult to the human intellect, which thinks so arrogantly of itself
    • course of time imparts itself to anyone who enters into the
    • itself to those who make themselves fitted for it. This, then, is a
    • evolution. In so far as man takes into himself the incorruptible body
    • detail today, if he clothes himself with this incorruptible body, he
    • Himself in the body of a man. That is the greatest sacrifice that
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • occult process known to everyone who has made himself conversant with
    • familiarise himself with the products of human culture on earth. By
    • self-sacrifice. And the remarkable thing is that from the first days
    • takes into himself the substance of the physical earth; he
    • the forces which Buddha had gained for himself came into the wider
    • ‘The Divine reveals itself from the heights, and on earth peace
    • experiences would show himself without talent for all that men have
    • that pours itself into external beauty of form. In this passage,
    • to which he himself had previously attained. Hence we form a correct
    • whatever he has won for himself. When Zarathustra forsook the
    • Jesus, and when the astral body had permeated itself with the forces
    • into itself the Christ-extract of the Macrocosm. If this bodily
    • indwelling of Zarathustra that it could take into itself the
    • that the human Phantom, the primal form which draws into itself the
    • the etheric body, it attached itself to these products of
    • passes over into all people. Paul himself is convinced that it was
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • itself in those individuals who find a connection with the
    • find it possible gradually to take into himself that which comes
    • up to our own time has revealed itself to the soul who desired to
    • Theosophy will find himself somewhat estranged from the manner in
    • himself to the knowledge that a deepening of Theosophy occurred so
    • soul-path, through a kind of self-redemption, a relationship with the
    • through himself, only through his own inner development, he cuts off
    • only in myself. It has a quite different significance if I give him a
    • real process which does not concern himself only. The Germans say
    • what he has given out from himself, is not connected merely with
    • himself but with the whole objective course of cosmic development,
    • then he will no longer be able to say to himself that compensation
    • with by himself. To compensate for the objective Luciferic event,
    • everything that man himself has brought about. But then we come to
    • could say to itself: ‘Yes, a Being has lived who entered into
    • oneself forsaken, and then feeling oneself rescued by an objective
    • is to work in such a way that we shall grasp in the spirit itself
    • the Christ, can raise himself in spirit to what will indeed be in the
    • have not understood the answers which Christianity itself has given,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • of the John Gospel had himself witnessed many of the events he
    • mineral ground, takes into itself the materials of the mineral
    • kingdom, and yet raises itself above this kingdom as a higher being
    • of beings you are certainly a lower being than myself, but I have to
    • thank you for my existence, and I bow myself in humility before you.’
    • myself before you.’ And so would each being that climbs upwards
    • permeates himself with the feeling of humility in regard to the
    • it spreads itself out in his organism, and so pervades him that he
    • the physical world!’ A person who permeates himself with this
    • nevertheless can raise man above himself.
    • as if he were outside himself, and was watching himself scourged
    • a man who thus seeks within himself to experience first the four
    • know that they develop their strength in the physical body itself. We
    • oneself to becoming acquainted with cosmic secrets and cosmic truths
    • himself ripe to receive the Phantom which rose from the grave of
    • quite remarkable impression on him. He will say to himself: ‘I
    • sufficiently large number of people. Christ Himself will be
    • self-evident. Certainly, many misunderstandings still prevail; but
    • to life, how he can free himself from the thirst for existence, as
    • reincarnation will so connect itself with Christianity that it will
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • case of theological research, faith limited itself to what it was thought
    • that book but through the tide itself. For the title was not ‘The
    • but when the disciple of the Mysteries applied it to himself it stood
    • capacities of knowledge. The question in those times resolved itself
    • has lived through what these disciples experienced can himself bear
    • something special for himself as a member of a small circle, but
    • himself and worked with his own powers, had remained an imperfect
    • for through that which man was to bring forth from himself.
    • almost unconquerable selfishness lying within the inner recesses of a
    • selfishness and egoism the disciple had to go through something for
    • selfishness. It was clearly understood that if the disciple evoked
    • consequently the Greek disciple of Mysticism first filled himself with
    • with the Universe itself in the Mithraic Mysteries; not only did the
    • in Nature so that he felt himself infinitesimally small in comparison.
    • disciple learned to recognize that man must always hold himself under
    • himself to the great cosmic phenomena, something streamed into his
    • from without nor Dionysos from within) was Himself a fusion of Mithra
    • either. The Greek thought of himself as a weak man who must develop
    • the sphere of the Divine; regarding himself as standing below Adam he
    • lived in the depths of human nature, he could unite himself with the
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  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • the theme itself, but it will all lead us back to
    • comes to birth. It takes only a little self-knowledge
    • which man himself belongs? We must then reply: Man
    • is to know itself to be healthy.
    • could recognise within himself the response which
    • seeks to root itself directly in the Jesus-element
    • for himself, in absolute solitude and seclusion, a
    • he were left to himself he would incur the utmost of
    • God, and have exposed myself to the possibility of
    • severe exercises, picturing to himself in
    • Lucifer’ must first of all be imagined by itself,
    • Lucifer and makes Himself King of the whole earth —
    • sought to guard itself from any influence which
    • to sink oneself into the depths of the Christ-Being

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