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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • certain sense, is the movement known in the external world as
    • get to know how the three chief principles of world-evolution, which
    • world-outlooks, find practical expression in human life, including
    • account of the world around us, and also of ourselves. Hence we must
    • the world — a picture we live by and from which our entire
    • the heading of cognition. In short, the world we are consciously
    • aware of, whether it be reality or maya; the world we live in
    • observation, for if we turn our attention to the outer world through
    • that behind everything we can know about the world at large something
    • outer world; and inasmuch as we have within us a portion of nature,
    • world wherein we live we must distinguish a triad: our conscious
    • directly from a rational observation of the world. And if looking
    • immediate environment, but in the whole world to which man himself
    • significance of the Christ for the world was to be His bringing to
    • Christ Jesus as the King of the Worlds — mark this carefully:
    • of Christ Jesus as King of the Worlds has to be preceded by something
    • seclusion, a picture of man as he was created in the world, and how
    • have come into the world and have forsaken God, and have exposed
    • universal King of the Worlds, and thereby the Jesus element is
    • purely spiritual took part in the physical world; but over against
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds,
    • as the way best adapted for gaining access to the Higher Worlds must not
    • himself: I am placed in the world of maya; desire brought me into it,
    • the heart, into his world of feeling, he has received the words of
    • this idea turns into fantasy, for he thinks that the world itself
    • is such that everyone today who begins the study of world progress
    • ego perceive only what the physical body brings them from the world
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • organs, but for looking into the spiritual, not the physical, world.
    • the idea that the world, or a part of his environment, is against
    • least is always wanting to lay the blame on the world outside, or
    • great world, marveling at the revelation of light in the sun, feeling
    • it lives pulsing through the world. Then, to sink oneself into what
    • to concentrating in the right way upon world thoughts, cosmic
    • responsibility of being placed in the world as conscious beings,
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds
    • the world. Without this body, the Ego which I now regard as my great
    • phenomena of the world. Yes, we learn indeed to know the Tempter, but
    • ‘The world spread out before us, whether it be Maya or
    • pervades the world. We are in the presence of this greatness and we
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • higher clairvoyant powers concerning the higher worlds in general,
    • concerning the relation of Christ Jesus to these higher worlds.
    • been able to look up to the higher worlds and so to receive
    • into the higher worlds, and through their own knowledge brought down
    • which could continually come into the world through those who were
    • worlds concerning the Christ-Event, and what has been seen
    • in the physical world, but in the world we usually call the world of
    • event of profound significance will take place in the etheric world.
    • picture has to be given of the world a man enters on passing through
    • in the soul-world. Before this, however, he undergoes a quite special
    • world next to our own. This event works into the physical world, on
    • himself, and will illuminate the form of Christ in the etheric world.
    • understand most nearly who it was that came into the world. Thus if
    • existence the world's history, the world's evolution,
    • impaired. Within the world-conception to which we must adhere
    • the earth but a concern of the super-sensible worlds, for it had
    • could look upon it, because the Gods had to make use of the world of
    • the world.
    • spiritual, meaning an empty abstract thought-world which pervades all
    • the world. And only the living Christ, not one that is merely thought
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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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    • worlds. By this way also the man who as yet was standing before the
    • spiritual worlds.
    • Golgotha, but will be seen only in the super-sensible worlds. We
    • hitherto had a justified place in the world as Faith will be replaced
    • evolution, as it appears in world history, and the Christ-Event
    • world, your idea of the world, for the times have become other than
    • which can be recognised and acknowledged only in the spiritual world.
    • came to pass for the world's evolution through Christianity.
    • towards the spiritual world, if he accepts or wishes to spread abroad
    • this or that, because in the spiritual world it meets his opened
    • worlds, especially in their relation to the Christ-Event. It is
    • can one enter the spiritual world — are ready to understand the
    • without realising it, to gather from the spiritual world the
    • lightened by an understanding of the spiritual world. In fact, no one
    • world history, without the preparation that was necessary for human
    • something inaccurate. Anyone who knows how many things in the world
    • to keep from the profane world. He thought that this Gospel, if it
    • concerning the world. These fundamental truths are such that to the
    • if the purest, the highest, truth concerning the world were set
    • highest mysteries of the world. The highest truths cannot be so
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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
    • look away from the external world and try to live within ourselves,
    • etheric world in one form or another, according to the development of
    • physical world. One might say that this can be externally
    • ‘Better a beggar in the upper world, than a king in the land of
    • formation of the human ideal in the external world — all this
    • Between these two opposite world-philosophies stands
    • ‘Better a beggar in the upper world’ — i.e. with
    • world. It is the acts of this God which have fallen so heavily upon
    • unrighteous. Through the events he encounters in the external world
    • has placed us in the world; if, that is, he can understand the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • extended over the world, began with Paul. And if we are disposed to
    • various world-philosophies and stages of spiritual evolution, are at
    • conception of the world. This breach in what I believe to be the
    • system, in my whole thought-world.’
    • with a modern man's outlook on the world.
    • of the world. As the first corruptible body is descended from Adam,
    • world-outlooks, we can best do it in the following way.
    • from his Greek feeling: ‘Better a beggar in the upper world
    • physical body when he sees a man in the external world. What he
    • man who meets us in the physical world is quite unlike his single
    • external world to per-form on man the experiment which is similar to
    • experiment is performed by the great world. We then see how man lays
    • real thought, the Phantom, in the external world. Just as the thought
    • understanding must not be sought for in the world of illusion, the
    • world of Maya. We know that the foundation, the germ, of this Phantom
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • world.’ That is what they say, these up-to-date people who have
    • remind you of my Munich lectures, Wonders of the World, of which I
    • conception of the world. If through any damage to the reflecting
    • of the Greek hero: ‘Better a beggar in the upper world than a
    • the world with Christianity must therefore not be regarded merely as
    • human evolution; He dwelt in the spiritual world. Humanity continued
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • the spiritual world upon all those who devoted themselves to his
    • existence from out of the spiritual worlds. This can happen in the
    • spiritual world stands continually in connection with all the rest of
    • the spiritual world. The human being not only eats and drinks and so
    • world. In the most varied ways forces continually flow into physical
    • earthly-existence from out of the spiritual world. Such an in-flow of
    • worlds, particularly upon everything in Western civilisation which is
    • always been working into them from out of the spiritual worlds. Hence
    • spiritual being in the spiritual worlds, that he has in the highest
    • of the Luciferic and Ahrimanic world who have made many languages out
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • Christianity entered into the world as a religion, it was not merely
    • the super-sensible worlds.
    • more. The turning away from the spiritual worlds during the
    • respects, ways into the spiritual world, similar to our theosophical
    • tries to rise into the spiritual world along the present path of
    • the connection of the world with the Christ-Impulse, what they saw
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
    • entered into and worked in the history of the world. And here we come
    • man, and has nothing to do with the external world of the Macrocosm,
    • — it has no significance for the outer world; the thought is
    • shut off from the world outside. People could therefore come to
    • where Capesius and Strader enter the astral world, and it is shown
    • the objective world, the Macrocosm, but actually releases storms in
    • world; they are not merely experiences of the soul. The pupil of the
    • super-sensible world the darkening of a certain light; when you
    • perpetrate a loveless action, something in the spiritual world is
    • expunged from the world by a human event. Through the Luciferic event
    • worlds into earthly incarnations they brought with them, as
    • your conception of the world, for the times have changed. Now you
    • in the worlds where Lucifer is consciously active.
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • super-sensible worlds.
    • super-sensible world a picture of the events in Palestine which led to
    • the order of the physical world, and in humility acknowledges that He
    • the physical world!’ A person who permeates himself with this
    • before us: ‘Much suffering and pain will meet me in the world;
    • that come from the world, may do their worst; I will stand upright
    • make us into quite another nature, so that in the world we feel
    • world-epoch in which we must expect an event that will not take place
    • super-sensible world; an event which nevertheless stands in a close
    • come, which can be observed only in a super-sensible world, has been
    • the whole world. It must enable us to give all possible help to the
    • will know. The time during which the doors of the spiritual world
    • the spiritual world. Their awakening capacities will enable them to
    • participate in the spiritual world. Clairvoyance will always be
    • physical world, the preparation to look with full understanding, with
    • world-conception has taken place in our time for this purpose, so
    • on in the West, we see how the spiritual world penetrates the
    • now or ever had in the past. Today in the higher worlds anyone can
    • the higher worlds the Being whom we designate as the Christ-Being had
    • where these things stand written in the spiritual worlds.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • the Spiritual world, and one that can only be comprehended by an insight
    • into a realm lying behind the world of sense and behind what can be
    • and for them this meant a kind of retirement from the outer world:
    • These Mysteries existed all over the world, among the Greeks and Romans
    • ordinary man looks through his eyes upon the world and with his
    • being awakened in the depths of his nature recognize another world
    • in the physical sense. As man in the physical world is born out of a
    • Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and its Attainment
    • of the world has now become another, and intellectual historical
    • Observation of the world by what we call reasoning and logic having
    • of the world of feeling, it could draw out from the depths of his soul
    • looked out upon the world with his ordinary understanding he must soon
    • sought to lead him into the spiritual worlds. It was a living
    • overlooked by those who regard the world in its external aspect, but
    • Mithra, the God that streams through the world in all worlds. It was
    • soul as the essence, the finest life-sap contained in the world. There
    • man of the Greek, poured through the world as a stream of divine
    • the world was brought about (all men having descended from one
    • worlds as the union of Mithra and Dionysos, must the initial point be
    • world having actually appeared in one single Form. What the disciples
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  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • world as Jesuitism. In Jesuitism we encounter a
    • world-evolution, which are indicated in the most
    • varied ways in the different world-outlooks, find
    • taking account of the world around us, and also of
    • content of the world — a picture we live by and from
    • Cognition. In short, the world we are consciously
    • aware of, whether it be reality or maya; the world
    • outer world through our senses, or approach it
    • know about the world at large something else lies
    • the materials and forces of the outer world; and
    • nature. So in the world wherein we live we must
    • observation of the world. And if looking away from
    • immediate environment, but in the whole world to
    • world was to be His bringing to all men something
    • the Worlds — mark this carefully: an Imagination.
    • Christ Jesus as King of the Worlds has to be
    • picture of man as he was created in the world, and
    • since I have come into the world and have forsaken
    • universal King of the Worlds, and thereby the Jesus
    • took part in the physical world; but over against
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