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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • consciously, everything we are conscious of — all this can be
    • something else can be discerned; that in our everyday existence our
    • soul-life gives evidence of many things which are not part of our
    • the unconsciousness of sleep we have gained something which is
    • spiritual life signify save that many things which have long dwelt
    • mental activity, we come to know all sorts of things. But a more
    • that behind everything we can know about the world at large something
    • else lies hidden: something that is certainly not unknowable but in
    • the flesh is weak’, it indicates that everything grasped by
    • flesh’ is meant everything that lies more in the subconscious.
    • into consciousness. The things we dispute about are those not yet
    • realm of cognition we have to do with something more universally
    • human than anything to be found in the subconscious realm. When we
    • the other person concerning things that belong to conscious spiritual
    • we must recognise the Will-element, and everything in another
    • person's subconscious, as something which should on no account
    • route. Nothing else can be satisfactory in the highest, most ideal
    • embracing everything that we designate as the Son or Logos —
    • account something else is connected. The influence that Christ Jesus
    • thing will be clear: for those to whom Christ appeared after the
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • our time there is such a strong desire to label everything with some
    • label which could lead gradually to something like a calamity.
    • and one could experience something of what is called the mystical
    • to break with everything that the thought-forms of the last century have
    • This is something
    • And then Lessing sees in our time something that goes beyond the New
    • Lessing's mind as something that belongs to human destiny.
    • ways of feeling and perception that when things go wrong he always
    • should make ourselves familiar with the idea that when something does
    • only in farther off things but also in matters of external life.
    • have found something that makes precisely their external life easy
    • to undertake something for ourselves, and we should not complain that
    • meditation concerned with thoughts and feelings. In everything
    • about anything which is supported only by external documents, for
    • must come to know these things first by the occult path; we may not
    • thought that behind the external sensible light something quite
    • something spiritual must live, something which weaves this web of
    • here we have something universally human, presented not through dogma
    • something moves in which there is spirit. Then, out of certain
    • Then to take counsel with those who know something in this realm as
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • through the Mystery of Golgotha and everything connected with it.
    • person who knows nothing of clairvoyant investigation.
    • different things. As to how far they differ, we must ask clairvoyant
    • for human evolution. This event marks the beginning of something that
    • many centuries, and is denied by no occultist who knows these things.
    • Ask all those who know something of the truth about
    • these things, and you will find everywhere one fact confirmed, but a
    • Movement could be made known. Everything which can make our minds
    • these things are not the same for all peoples — who experience
    • said, the time was not ripe for it. Now, however, these things will
    • the feeling that by all their actions they will be causing something
    • say, if people had the patience and perseverance to look at things
    • opinion do this very thing today. When, for example, certain highly
    • do we find anything which allows us to apply to Jesus of Nazareth the
    • first periods of Christianity one thing was emphasised: that Jesus of
    • nothing to do with a man. As a sign of this — that it had to do
    • have originally something to do with events that took place before
    • something was laid upon him that he could not lay upon himself by his
    • their own fate. It is something which the Higher Powers of
    • incarnation of the Christ in Jesus of Nazareth was something that
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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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    • everything concerning the evolution of humanity will change. We also
    • these human souls something was not possible which afterwards,
    • coming days it will be well to consider a little how these things
    • he says, in the context of his own time, something we can repeat
    • early Christians were acquainted with something which, after having
    • and after Christ there was something whereby pre-Christian men could
    • into the secrets of existence, yet something that could happen in men
    • possessed something which now exists only in the subconscious, namely
    • Something new has thus been imparted to our earth. And since souls do
    • post-Christian life. If a person cannot imagine such a thing
    • this is something that passes like a magic breath through the first
    • necessary humility and modesty towards things that are more easily
    • tradition. Everything, however, which is connected with a certain
    • that something like a drop of spiritual substance flowed from the
    • If it were not so we would have lacked many things that our modern
    • not more or less of a sincere longing to know something of what has
    • clearly conscious of it, have an obscure feeling that something of
    • feeling that there is something true in the Christ Event, as it was
    • something for which the first Christian teachers felt a reverential
    • cause of something else connected with the necessity of interpreting
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • of saying that the highest things in the world must be comprehensible
    • know the highest things, it is not hard to see that we must first
    • we have finally something which, through its extraordinary simplicity
    • external Maya, there lies something much deeper. Let us go further
    • and external observation knows nothing else — were right. So
    • speaking thus, for everything further must be left to a deeper
    • the Christ-Impulse and everything connected with it has first been
    • of the Greek soul. One might say that everything preserved to us of
    • understand nothing of what Greece really was. Every period has its
    • remember one thing: the kernel of the four great truths of Buddha is
    • it, regarding it as something to be cast aside as quickly as
    • Nagasena, ‘that all thou hast in the carriage is nothing but
    • beyond these nothing else exists except a word which covers wheels,
    • thinkest of anything else than its parts, its members.’ And
    • Canst thou say that the fruit on the tree has anything else in common
    • away by death, is anything else than name and form, believes
    • something as false as he who thinks that in the carriage — in
    • the name ‘carriage’ — something else is contained
    • From the preceding incarnation nothing of what man calls his Ego
    • says that fundamentally it is something that flows into him, and
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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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    • him. For he had achieved something else, also. Although the critics
    • some things can be compressed into a few words, so that these few
    • words signify very much, the same few words may also say nothing.
    • setting would perhaps signify something very deep, believes that by
    • something indicated in my first public lecture on this subject, that
    • there is hardly anything lacking — when, for example, it is
    • and so on. In every detail something is described which would have no
    • enhanced to the highest degree, something which formerly had taken
    • described as clearly as anything can be that the linen wrappings are
    • disciples had not been able to convince themselves of anything else,
    • and they understood nothing else when they now went home. Otherwise
    • true Christians is some-thing that violates all the old conceptions
    • conception, however, something else is possible. Just as human beings
    • something else to arise within us; something that could make us
    • There is nothing more uncomfortable for the modern consciousness than
    • from us? It demands something which, for modern thought, is really
    • true sense, you must conceive that within you something can arise
    • call themselves Christians should cause something within them to
    • arise; something leading to that entity which on the third day rose
    • writings; one ought not to twist the meaning of something so clearly
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • Before everything
    • certainly offers something very pleasant. Hardly any other form of
    • teaching, but that is not the point. For such things as I have quoted
    • more reasonable: to say that I am setting aside something that
    • Within our soul-nature there is nothing that is not present in this way.
    • any way dangerous or significant all those things which are brought
    • It has become something that falls to pieces when he passes through
    • the physical body would have remained in balance. But then everything
    • remains on the surface of things and has no insight into the cosmic
    • something which appears to the modern man as such folly: that a
    • things are, we do not know what we are because the physical body is
    • from the beginning of the Earth. This is something he must regain;
    • have had to live with an ever-duller feeling of the Ego. Everything
    • it something happened which is so hard to grasp for an intellect
    • something which is spiritually descended from the Phantom which rose
    • Events of Palestine, a truth was proclaimed: ‘Everything that
    • nothing else had intervened. But there came the Event of Golgotha, an
    • not as a new theory, but as something real, something factual. Hence
    • when people insist that everything Christ taught had been known
    • previously, this signifies nothing for a real understanding of
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • The important thing
    • the nature of things he had brought over from earlier incarnations,
    • gifts in relation to things one can learn externally, it might almost
    • self-sacrifice. And the remarkable thing is that from the first days
    • worlds, particularly upon everything in Western civilisation which is
    • the most important thing that European humanity can receive from
    • important thing for us is to establish that in the astral body of the
    • We must clearly understand that everything before the Lemurian time
    • physical incarnations on the Earth, something was held back. A
    • Form now flows onward, but that something was held back: an Ego that
    • modern man is something extremely foolish — we see that this
    • characteristics; it was untouched by everything that a human Ego
    • Luciferic and Ahrimanic influences; it was indeed something we can
    • nothing, a negative, in this respect. Hence it seemed as though the
    • to mind something I mentioned in The Spiritual Guidance of Mankind:
    • when this Luke Jesus-child was born, he was provided with everything
    • therefore nothing had to be discarded when, in his twelfth year, the
    • Gospel we have a remarkable expression which indicates something that
    • twelve-year-old child increased in everything wherein an astral body
    • can increase, i.e., in wisdom; in everything wherein an etheric body
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  • 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
    • question, we must first distinguish between two things. When
    • possibility of finding the Christ-Impulse as something real. But for
    • come to know something of Spiritual Science, our Movement often
    • appears to be something quite new. If, however, we look away from the
    • Christian philosophy and Christian life, something like theosophical
    • enigmatic phenomenon has never been able to accomplish anything, and
    • The main thing is
    • Theosophy was a pious hope of those who came to know something of the
    • there was a complete loss of understanding for something that the
    • It was fundamentally nothing else that this simple man of Thuringia
    • Something else is
    • man, and has nothing to do with the external world of the Macrocosm,
    • something running parallel with it. But a connection between the two
    • making everything subject to material processes. Others, aware that
    • abstractions concerning everything of significance to the human soul.
    • regarding this difficult matter, let us recall something very
    • believe in their innermost consciousness: ‘If I think something
    • box on the ears. This is something that happens on the physical
    • lie or an error, say: ‘This is something that happens in the
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • the John Gospel is not the first thing to be imagined; the aspirant
    • it, he actually feels something like sharp pains and woundings, like
    • The essential thing is that through a process of mystical feeling we
    • nothing less than making ourselves ready in our physical body to
    • soul, works right into his physical body. Everything said in those
    • necessary. Even today there are many things that can be indicated
    • can have of it as Initiation today, the same thing in a certain sense
    • thoughts; on the other side stands everything evil, wicked, stupid,
    • something like a dream-picture, arising in his mind, will make a
    • cannot identify this as a recollection of something I have done, yet
    • powerful stimulus to human morality, and this will signify something
    • Something else, too,
    • Mystery of Golgotha something happened which gave the greatest
    • everything had to take the form of a childlike preparation. Men could
    • consciousness the thought of repeated earth-lives arises as something
    • within the progressive development of humanity. Something new is
    • Christ-Impulse makes everything a man does or can do into an action
    • of universal relevance, not something that touches him only as an
    • be felt as something that leads a person on through successive
    • 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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    • it must be allowed that everything which the earnest and diligent
    • Gospels as facts of history, it is evident that nothing can come to
    • standard authority point to the fact that it was not something new which
    • the souls of men had sought and striven for as knowledge. Something was
    • were taught something comparable with what is now called science or
    • Something more is needed if we are to feel the whole magic charm of the
    • the Mysteries the most necessary thing was that, before he was brought
    • to the great Truths, he should go through something whereby his soul
    • the disciple prepared for the experiencing of something which is
    • incision in the evolution of man. Something entered into human nature
    • of Wisdom in order that he might do something in secret, or acquire
    • something special for himself as a member of a small circle, but
    • The men of old did not regard things and think about them as we do
    • under a certain supposition which must be understood before anything
    • this, profane writers asserted that the nature and being of things
    • selfishness and egoism the disciple had to go through something for
    • abstract theory and philosophy but as something known, something as
    • experienced as an intimate connection with external things. With no
    • science away from external things to the greatness of the phenomena of
    • clearly that something streamed into man from the Universe if only he
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  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • we live in consciously, everything we are conscious
    • surface of this cognitive life something else can be
    • gives evidence of many things which are not
    • unconsciousness of sleep we have gained something
    • spiritual life signify save that many things which
    • activity, we come to know all sorts of things. But a
    • compels us to realise that behind everything we can
    • know about the world at large something else lies
    • hidden: something that is certainly not unknowable
    • indicates that everything grasped by consciousness
    • flesh’ is meant everything that lies more in the
    • The things we dispute about are those not yet raised
    • we have to do with something more universally human
    • than anything to be found in the subconscious realm.
    • things that belong to conscious spiritual life. It
    • the Will-element, and everything in another person's
    • subconscious, as something which should on no
    • his Will only by this indirect route. Nothing else
    • everything that we designate as the Son or Logos —
    • But with this account something else is connected.
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