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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • and should be considered as a foundation for an understanding of
    • to a more precise understanding of our subject — modern
    • stands towards the individual being of man in a relationship quite
    • life it is quite easy to understand. Certainly the realm of cognition
    • to understand one another concerning the concepts and ideas they
    • understanding should be possible. And a mark of a healthy soul-life
    • is that it will always wish and hope to reach an understanding with
    • understanding with another. A person must first translate his wishes
    • signifies, we must realise that when a person stands before us, his
    • through consciousness, but he can produce them only if he stands
    • we come to an understanding with another man with regard to entering
    • an understanding with each other in life concerning the Christ can be
    • this participation stand the monumental and most significant words:
    • understand how the strength of Christianity must reside in esteeming,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • Initiation in our day can no longer adopt the standpoint of the
    • false label. We are no longer standing where the Rosicrucians stood
    • less unconsciously — into some kind of misunderstanding if they
    • describe our movement simply as Rosicrucian. But an outstanding
    • Without this element today we can no longer understand rightly the
    • certainly only by outstanding individual thinkers. We need only call
    • able to make good progress. A certain equanimity and understanding
    • understanding, are necessary as a starting-point. A person who never
    • established in advance? We must take our stand on Rosicrucian
    • perceptions, whereby we come to understand that what we feel to be
    • We stand here before
    • standing on the mountain, with the Tempter beside Him — a
    • Gospels. We gain for ourselves what stands in the Gospels. Nothing is
    • the solitude which stands clearly before the inner eye, and we are
    • can taste in this moment. The picture of Christ in Gethsemane stands
    • independently of all external documents. So we have, standing before
    • Olives experienced spiritually. And then we understand the words:
    • to remain standing at any one point, but will continually stride
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • opinion only prejudice, although an understandable one. How shall
    • understand most nearly who it was that came into the world. Thus if
    • Nazareth certainly stands high; but not in the same way as an Adept
    • upon you with its full weight; then you will understand that this
    • Pascal, a great figure in spiritual history, standing forth as one
    • Christ must stand as a mediator. There is a duality, he says, for
    • Grace over and above nature, which at first stands before the soul as
    • itself stands there as a real fact, the personal historic Christ —
    • development of the concept of Faith comes with Soloviev, who stands
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • whose portal we now stand, a man could attain by various exoteric
    • worlds. By this way also the man who as yet was standing before the
    • itself? To everyone who stands consciously in the present, who has
    • quite clearly that if we want to understand human evolution, we must
    • understands this. But it is impossible to understand spiritual life
    • clearly that these teachers stand in reverent awe before all that
    • Again and again they declare that weak human understanding, and the
    • it in practice. Every occultist today clearly understands that this
    • approach the Pauline Epistles feeling himself ready to understand
    • eyes. Should he wish at the same time to understand another passage,
    • can one enter the spiritual world — are ready to understand the
    • Deed on Golgotha. In our time souls are ripe for this understanding.
    • lightened by an understanding of the spiritual world. In fact, no one
    • described in the last lecture, you will find you can understand what
    • understand that the anthroposophical interpretation of the Gospels
    • approach an understanding of the Christ-Event by the path of
    • sentence as it stands in the printed books. We then examine whether,
    • again be evidence for the correctness of what stands written there.
    • When, however, these words are given as they stand in the Akashic
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • of mind and spirit is needed to understand its full meaning and range
    • clear the way to understanding them. And in order to enter into the
    • concerning the Christ-Being, we must come nearer to an understanding
    • body, astral body and the Ego. We know that in order to understand
    • understand Spiritual Science. When a man can say to himself, ‘All
    • that in order to understand the evolution of the Earth, we must know
    • understand nothing of what Greece really was. Every period has its
    • own ideal, and we must keep this in mind if we want to understand how
    • this development of the external physical body, as it stands there in
    • human and yet could stand firmly on his own feet and feel like a lord
    • understand that the Greek soul, having looked with so great a love
    • understand that “carriage” is an empty word if thou
    • believes that the form which stands before us as man, and is wafted
    • way, and he must clearly understand that what we call the Ego has no
    • Between these two opposite world-philosophies stands
    • stand over against one another. And for a closer understanding of
    • of thought, standing midway between Greek thought and Buddhism, does
    • this divine form, is stricken with grievous disease. There he stands,
    • me.” And his wife stands there beside him, and calls upon him
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • words, Indeed, he stands there as a witness that this saying, if it
    • understanding of Christianity from far a field, so that we may apply
    • towards understanding the nature of Christianity. But if we are to
    • for the understanding of Christianity it is essential to reach an
    • understanding of the Resurrection?
    • in the Revised Standard Version, 1946.)
    • according to the requirements of modern culture, they stand with
    • persons of our present time who, according to the modern standpoint,
    • standing, but she did not know that it was Jesus.
    • distinction must be kept in mind. First, we have to understand the
    • the more you must say that the disciples who were standing by the
    • Gospels as regards the understanding of the Resurrection, and the
    • Paul; he cannot say he understands Paul. If man, as regards his
    • understand that Paul makes this demand, however displeasing it may be
    • approach these things from the stand-point of Spiritual Science? For
    • us endeavour from the standpoint of Spiritual Science to get nearer
    • person stands before me. The other members are super-sensible,
    • with physical eyes and physical understanding? A human body, but one
    • when a man stands before us, it is as an organised assembly of
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • if we are to rise to an understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha, we
    • understanding of the Mystery of Golgotha. To the modern man, whose
    • nearer to our understanding. As soon as one comprehends the whole
    • Because we cannot understand the Resurrection and have to regard it
    • unable to understand it. Perhaps the reason is that my intellect is
    • unfitted to understand it.’
    • my under-standing? Pride, however, forbids this admission.
    • into the real nature of human understanding. Here I should like to
    • process which an analogy will help us to understand. Imagine you are
    • stands before you. What you had previously experienced you now see;
    • Resurrection. For what kind of understanding is it that cannot grasp
    • human understanding, the human intellect, has become so thin, so
    • then the human understanding, equipped with all that was intended for
    • a laboratory experiment. But our understanding is now such that it
    • comprehend Christianity unless we understand that at the time when
    • very easy, from the standpoint of modern anatomy or physiology, to
    • himself? This is not hard to understand: we need only consider the
    • fact that everyone who grants the super-sensible can understand.
    • understand Buddhism very well. About five hundred years before the
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • is to understand clearly what kind of beings these two children were.
    • You will understand that saying this implies not the slightest
    • spiritual world stands continually in connection with all the rest of
    • standstill; he has progressed; and it is through this progress, as a
    • to understand him we must go back to the ancient Lemurian time in
    • We must clearly understand that everything before the Lemurian time
    • man’. (Luke II:52). In truth this passage stands as follows
    • clear about one thing if we want to understand how the fruits of a
    • clearly understand that it was only through the power of the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • to men. And we can understand this when we realise that we are
    • standing at the beginning of a new path to Christ. We have often
    • entirely unjustifiable from a scientific standpoint. History already
    • heart and every soul can understand it. During the nineteenth century
    • there was a complete loss of understanding for something that the
    • to the standpoint of those nineteenth-century theologians who held
    • not happened, we should not have seen all those misunderstandings
    • convinced of the objectivity of error will thus understand also the
    • rule, that they no longer understand it. Even simple matters, as long
    • understanding of the ritual had been lost. For those who desired to
    • that is connected with it — for the Holy Communion stands at
    • the great misunderstanding of the Gospels: they were taken
    • was bad enough. I think anthroposophists will understand what is
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • have to bow down to the other standing below, and also he who has
    • the Head of the Twelve, stoops to those who stand here below Him in
    • that come from the world, may do their worst; I will stand upright
    • ourselves standing strong, powerful and free, and also capable of
    • understanding the Mystery of Golgotha, and now for the first time it
    • super-sensible world; an event which nevertheless stands in a close
    • with my karmic account. On one side stand my good, clever, and
    • thoughts; on the other side stands everything evil, wicked, stupid,
    • time we are now approaching, before whose door we stand, because men
    • will stand there before him, closely concerned with him; but he
    • is an anthroposophist he will understand the matter; otherwise he
    • understand it. The anthroposophist will know: ‘What you see as
    • Everywhere there are spiritual beings who stand in a relationship to
    • teaching of repeated earth-lives is apparent only when we understand
    • self-evident. Certainly, many misunderstandings still prevail; but
    • incarnations. We shall understand how individuality, which is
    • now understand why the Buddhist view, about 500 years before the
    • the human organism must understand, accept, permeate itself with the
    • is something in me which I must understand.’ This feeling will
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • single lecture is not found in any other publication ... it stands
    • justifiable to approach it from an anthroposophical standpoint. The manner
    • used from the standpoint of that historical science which holds good
    • in the soul of man to-day if he is to understand it aright, let us see
    • standard authority point to the fact that it was not something new which
    • could grasp it externally with his understanding, but his natural
    • was uninitiated could describe or understand it.” There was a
    • with our senses and understanding; they had a kind of clairvoyance,
    • looked out upon the world with his ordinary understanding he must soon
    • that lay outside the limits of the human understanding. By the methods
    • could learn to understand it, and this that could be received was
    • the sphere of the Divine; regarding himself as standing below Adam he
    • the understanding that Mithra could be born in human nature. Those,
    • learned to understand, not from external documents but through a
    • understanding of the Christ, and thereby to an understanding of Jesus.
    • the understanding of the Mystical Fact of Christianity, and of the
    • individual man to the understanding of his own history; as he feels
    • super-historical Event. This Event is that the Christ Being stands as
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • We shall best come to a more precise understanding
    • descends into the realm of the subconscious, stands
    • understand. Certainly the realm of cognition has
    • would only come to understand one another concerning
    • realm of conscious spiritual life that understanding
    • understanding with the other person concerning
    • whereby one soul comes to an understanding with
    • when a person stands before us, his effect upon us
    • stands before us in actuality. What the Christ
    • through the Spirit. When we come to an understanding
    • man should come to an understanding with each other
    • this participation stand the monumental and most
    • if we wish to understand how the strength of



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