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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • the cognitional element in our soul-life. Now, whatever may be said
    • Cognition belongs to the most deeply rooted activities of the soul.
    • experiences of the soul, or whether we wish to devote ourselves to
    • soul-life is nourished. The very first sense-impression, in fact all
    • soul-life gives evidence of many things which are not part of our
    • conscious life. When we wake up in the morning, our soul-life is
    • where our soul is active below the level of consciousness.
    • us aware of a subconscious soul-life of this kind, for we can see how
    • our soul-life, but that we are far from always knowing how our great
    • be grounded. We might indeed compare our soul-life in its totality
    • with a deep ocean. The depths of this oceanic soul-life throw up
    • subconscious soul-life.
    • soul-life of this kind is acknowledged. For what does the progress of
    • in the form of an impulse towards discovery. Subconscious soul-life,
    • second element in our life of soul.
    • subconscious soul-life in a realm that is at first unknown —
    • spiritual life; our subconscious soul-life below the threshold of
    • Spirit, and so plays directly into the conscious life of the soul, to
    • part of the soul — only then do they enter the realm of the
    • from the subconscious ocean. In our threefold soul-life we have two
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • Initiation the principle of the progress of the human soul must be
    • evolution as the right Initiation for the more advanced human souls.
    • of the continuous progress of the human soul and must therefore pay
    • the human soul has developed further. Souls which are to be led to
    • we take into account the progress of the human soul. Hence the way
    • The Soul's Probation,
    • the best essay on the immortality of the soul. This was a remarkable
    • prove the immortality of the soul in the sense of repeated
    • Testament: an independent feeling in the human soul for the true, the
    • cannot explain it otherwise than by allowing every soul to
    • have any meaning at all. For it would have no meaning if one soul
    • soul only in the New Testament epoch. It has meaning only if souls
    • stages of human education. In other words, if the soul lives through
    • the following underlies his thinking. If a soul was incarnated at the
    • are interlocked. And whatever a soul achieves is achieved not only
    • individual soul from the necessity of living again on earth. This
    • observes the soul in its cosmic aspect. He cannot think otherwise of
    • the soul than as a seed which goes through an external form and
    • immortality of the soul into logical connection with the question of
    • human soul has undergone from the eighteenth to the twentieth century
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • recognised by countless souls; but these hearts and souls have not
    • in the soul-world. Before this, however, he undergoes a quite special
    • development, will be transformed so that it permeates the soul with a
    • his soul, Pascal set himself the question: What would have become of
    • can feel that in his soul man encounters two dangers. One danger is
    • the God who bowed Himself to the Cross; when the soul looks to Christ
    • the human soul the Helper, the Saviour, as Pascal understood Him.
    • which the human soul longs: immortality, and wisdom or moral
    • We have only to glance into the human soul to see that a longing for
    • is endowed with red colour, so truly is the human soul endowed with
    • existence. It would be meaningless if the soul were to end with
    • ‘Death is!’ Hence the human soul is under the necessity
    • do they give when they wish to teach the connection of the human soul
    • Grace over and above nature, which at first stands before the soul as
    • a riddle; and unless the answer to it can be found, the soul is
    • unite the soul with nature? He Who is the personal Christ working in
    • of, can give the answer. Anything that works merely in the soul
    • leaves the soul alone, for the soul cannot of itself give birth to
    • regarding the human soul. Go through the evolution of the concept of
    • forth from the human soul, and alongside of it is the knowledge which
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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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    • Gospels, when they are received into our souls and permitted to work
    • spoke of a third way, that of the inner deepening of heart and soul,
    • and we pointed out that this way must arise in the soul from
    • before our souls.
    • gone through no special soul-experience of a mystical kind, or has
    • soul-experience should be so dependent upon an historic fact —
    • these human souls something was not possible which afterwards,
    • Something new has thus been imparted to our earth. And since souls do
    • Deed on Golgotha. In our time souls are ripe for this understanding.
    • soul of Richard Wagner had not ripened in a certain passive way, if
    • atmosphere is grasped by the souls into which it penetrates.
    • here because many more souls now have the possibility of being able,
    • hearts feel the longing to be able to open their souls towards that
    • souls are becoming different from what they were a short time ago.
    • Just as souls underwent a great change during the period in which the
    • Movement is connected with the fact that souls, even if they are not
    • need to be heard by an ear; it must be born in the soul through what
    • should be born from the soul, as the higher Mysteries must be, were
    • the truths to be born from out of his own soul.
    • to enter into it: persons in whose souls there is a corresponding
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • permits us to see deeply into the soul of the man who felt himself
    • of the Greek soul. One might say that everything preserved to us of
    • understand that the Greek soul, having looked with so great a love
    • what it gave to their souls. And what it gave to their souls is
    • soul-experiences; thou seest in man just as little of his Ego as in
    • threads of his soul-life, as it were, he was dependent on the being
    • this lying with its full weight upon a human soul. Let us think of
    • this soul breaking forth into the words which have come down to us
    • individuality breaks forth from the soul of Job in spite of all the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • human soul. He had gained the right to pronounce such a saying only
    • firmly in our souls this four-fold nature of Christ Jesus, saying to
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • The Soul's Probation,
    • The elements that go to make up our soul life, our thoughts, feelings and
    • inward life and can experience in our souls; the diagram shows it coming
    • our soul-nature, as indicated in the following diagram.
    • Within our soul-nature there is nothing that is not present in this way.
    • soul-experiences within the confines of the diagram, the experiences
    • unconscious. Our soul-experiences become conscious only through a
    • it meets you in the mirror. So it is with the soul-life of man. A
    • go more and more deeply into the nature of the human soul and of
    • apparatus, the soul-experience is no longer perceived by the
    • soul-experience itself is bound up with the mirror. If someone breaks
    • apparatus for the soul-life, the brain, is disturbed. Perception
    • ceases, but the soul-life itself, in so far as it goes on in the
    • of the earth-existence, our soul-powers would reflect them-selves in
    • upon our souls what is in very truth the Pauline teaching, we come to
    • we spoke of yesterday, and have brought before our souls in closer
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • continually receives soul-spiritual nourishment from the spiritual
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • which every soul, every heart, can find in the course of time.
    • up to our own time has revealed itself to the soul who desired to
    • right concepts, such concepts for example as souls even in the
    • spoken of the new way now opening for souls through a renewal of the
    • heart and every soul can understand it. During the nineteenth century
    • soul-path, through a kind of self-redemption, a relationship with the
    • his inner soul-development, side by side with the Macrocosm, is
    • led men who care little for the inner life of the soul to assign it,
    • abstractions concerning everything of significance to the human soul.
    • human soul.’ And, by contrast, if a stone falls from the roof:
    • continue unobserved; but anything that has occurred in the soul is
    • entirely a concern of the individual soul. To anyone with an outlook
    • world; they are not merely experiences of the soul. The pupil of the
    • experience in the soul, and so Christ also can be only an experience
    • in the soul.’ What is necessary, in order that man may not only
    • for what he has brought about is only an inner concern of the soul.
    • experience in the soul which is merely subjective is not sufficient
    • innermost part of the soul; when, for example, they asked themselves:
    • the longing of the soul, but could be allayed only when the soul
    • Holy Communion has spiritualised the human soul and filled it with
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • soul, works right into his physical body. Everything said in those
    • when the human mind, the human soul, were in their darkest condition.
    • humanity, says Lessing, if a soul lived in only one epoch? Whence
    • soul. It concerns the whole course of earthly civilisation. And in
    • order that an advanced civilisation may arise, a soul which lives in
    • human evolution that souls should first accept the other Christian
    • of the human soul will derive from the Event which begins in the
    • our souls is something like a renewed stimulus to further effort, to
    • Spiritual Science: that it is related and entrusted to our souls only
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • pictures of Him which have moved souls and occupied thoughtful men ever
    • in the soul of man to-day if he is to understand it aright, let us see
    • the souls of men had sought and striven for as knowledge. Something was
    • to the great Truths, he should go through something whereby his soul
    • transformation and education of his soul. The question was how the
    • soul approached the great Truths and Wisdom and how it reacted to
    • preparation of the soul for the realization of the ideas about the
    • receive into his soul that which pulsates spiritually through the
    • man must indeed be short-sighted if he believes that the human soul is
    • development was given to the normal soul-faculties of man.
    • his soul-powers, but this was achieved in a different way in Greece
    • transformation of their soul-powers. This transformation took place
    • else. It was that in the depths of the soul there slumbers another, a
    • into the depths of his soul;” to learn that a fundamental feeling
    • so dominated all soul-being that in ordinary life no conception of it
    • far as the human soul was capable of it, was to take the place of
    • of the world of feeling, it could draw out from the depths of his soul
    • point he must then overcome this feeling of emptiness in his soul
    • through the unfettering of his soul-powers, he was confronted at once
    • soul. The Greek disciple became fearless through the setting free of
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  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • soul-life. Now, whatever may be said against the
    • activities of the soul. For whether we seek
    • experiences of the soul, or whether we wish to
    • which our entire soul-life is nourished. The very
    • discerned; that in our everyday existence our soul-life
    • morning, our soul-life if always strengthened and
    • but comes from a region where our soul is active
    • from the subconscious soul-life of this kind, for we
    • into our soul-life, but that we are far from always
    • soul-life in its totality with a deep ocean. The
    • depths of this oceanic soul-life throw up waves to
    • a subconscious soul-life.
    • understood only if a subconscious soul-life of this
    • Subconscious soul-life, as real as our conscious
    • element in our life of soul.
    • If we place this subconscious soul-life in a realm
    • our subconscious soul-life below the threshold of
    • conscious life of the soul, to the subconscious
    • which are rooted in the elemental part of the soul
    • soul-life we have two elements, ideation and
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