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  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Contents
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    • The Death of a God and its Fruits in Humanity
  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Foreword
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    • life over death. Again and again, from
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • Death. The Festival of Easter is close upon us and we remember,
    • what is known as the “spiritual death.” For around him there
    • is the death in the spiritual world. It is the doom which threatens
    • time Christ lived in a physical body. And His victory over death
    • whom his life conforms, in that he too will eventually overcome death.
    • man there will be no spiritual death.
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • able, in the heart even of one who is seeking death, to vanquish the
    • thoughts and the power of death.
    • in the spirit can be victorious over death in matter. But whatever was
    • very ground of wisdom, about life overcoming death — this was
    • Kashiapa came to the point of death and on account of his mature
    • mountain and hid himself in a cave. After his death his body did not
    • overcoming of death, achieved in such a way that the earth's forces of
    • the Christian account of Easter, achieve victory over death after
    • will dawn that no material death can harm us at all. For we are caught
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • was on the point of death and felt his entry into Nirvana approaching,
    • limbs? Old age is suffering. And then the Buddha sees a corpse. Death
    • that are its accompaniment. Death is suffering. And through further
    • life with spirit, which make life victorious over death. This is the
    • the certainty that existence is not suffering, but leads across death
    • resurrection of life, the overcoming of death and of
    • every day that passes we grow into the spiritual world. So too, death
    • is not suffering for it has been conquered in the Resurrection. Death
    • life between birth and death or between death and rebirth to which we
    • will understand, not only the Christ Who has passed through death, but
    • brink of death to a new life which leads him to the great moment when,
    • blinded and facing death, he cries: “But in my inmost spirit all
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • IIITHE DEATH OF A GOD AND ITS FRUITS IN HUMANITY
    • into which man will pass after death is expressed in this saying.
    • death, He gave them the certain knowledge of the power that had
    • conquered death — only then did they become true Apostles and
    • Divine Impulse came down to the earth, passed through death
    • When the individual personal element had passed through death, had
    • Divine Death and the Impulse proceeding from it, to realise that such
    • greatest riddle: birth and death.The fact that beings can die is the
    • fundamental problem confronting humanity. Death is something that
    • transformation, metamorphosis — no death. Death is the
    • lead to death. And so a sacrifice had to be made from the side of the
    • suffer the death that can be undergone only by the children of earth.
    • from this death of a god streams the power which also radiates into
    • after death as the fulfilment of his most treasured ideals — when
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • life, He passed through the gate of death. What this passage through
    • the gate of death means can be understood only from the point of view
    • death is not an event that can be grasped by any thinking concerned
    • sense. He is being put to death in the field of knowledge. And until
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • of death, to learn to realise that what can be seen of the
    • sustainer of that which ends with death — although in ancient
    • understanding the problem of death in a non-materialistic way is not
    • death-processes, which are taking place in the brain. If this kind of
    • to man beyond death — this is what must become reality.
    • through death. — Not until it is realised that spiritual
    • passes through the gate of death and in which he will sojourn between
    • death and a new birth — must this bridge be utterly demolished?
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • actually leads this physical body towards death. The thought of death
    • death that are all the time present in the head and enable man to
    • that moment actual death occurs.
    • In truth, therefore, the thought of death is merely the other side
    • the Death but to the Resurrection of Christ Jesus that men's minds
    • The Resurrection, the triumphant victory over death, the overcoming
    • of death — this was the essence of the Easter thought in the form
    • death by the indescribable suffering that was His lot.
    • Victor over death, to vanish from the picture of the grave from which
    • picture of the martyr's death, in order to experience, by way of
    • Death. A characteristic symptom is that with the development of modern
    • well as by death, and Who alone can lead our vision up to the eternal
    • associated pre-eminently with suffering and death.
    • I have often pointed out that the words, “Death is evil,”
    • how then, in the sixth century, men looked upon death and felt it to
    • that the mood of death associated with Good Friday merely presents the
    • deathless.” — In his own eternal being man must unite with
    • him through and beyond the gate of death, but which in its true nature
    • death as a Divine-Spiritual Being, He did not suffer pain; to declare
    • seek in death and suffering, exclaim to us: “He Whom ye seek is
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • they never spoke of birth and death.
    • there were none concerning birth and death. The reason for this was
    • birth and death. The whole consciousness of mankind has changed in the
    • with birth and death because its existence is wholly passed in the
    • carefree lack of concern with which the animal lives on towards death.
    • The animal accepts death. It is simply transformation of its
    • to-day, he was unconcerned with the approach of death. It never
    • attention to death. And why? With his instinctive clairvoyance, the
    • at death was not a matter of interest or concern to him. At most the
    • and has it replaced by another. The impression of birth and death was
    • taken much more as a matter of course; birth and death were far less
    • his life of soul. Therefore questions about birth and death could not
    • and more to be aware that death makes a drastic incision not only into
    • to be a shadow-existence, and regarded death as an event fraught with
    • Teachers did not cover the facts of birth and death. Hence before the
    • experiences of birth and death.
    • there would have been nothing concerning birth and death. The riddle
    • of death would not have been presented to man through the revelations
    • and interest to them — namely the facts of birth and death
    • primeval humanity had never experienced birth and death in their own
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