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- Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
- conscious from the subconscious. And indeed our moral life also makes
- us aware of a subconscious soul-life of this kind, for we can see how
- subconscious soul-life.
- whole evolution of mankind can be understood only if a subconscious
- in the form of an impulse towards discovery. Subconscious soul-life,
- subconscious soul-life in a realm that is at first unknown —
- spiritual life; our subconscious soul-life below the threshold of
- the Son or the Logos that which works in the subconscious and throws
- the subconscious element which belongs to the Son-Principle? We shall
- flesh’ is meant everything that lies more in the subconscious.
- up from the subconscious and enters into our consciousness only when
- from the subconscious ocean. In our threefold soul-life we have two
- subconscious, the dark realms into which we sink completely when
- Will-element, because it descends into the realm of the subconscious,
- raised into consciousness: we still allow our subconscious impulses,
- human than anything to be found in the subconscious realm. When we
- person's subconscious, as something which should on no account
- cherish and respect the realm of the subconscious, in so far as it
- Christ-Being acting on the subconscious part of the souls of the
- Christ-working, which acts upon the subconscious impulses of the soul
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- Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
- possessed something which now exists only in the subconscious, namely
- Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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