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  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Foreword
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    • from its beginnings in the womb of the Spirit to its final far-distant
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • suffering, pleasure, pain — everything that composes man's inner
    • of the inner, soul-qualities of these beings. And so when a man had
    • consciousness. Man is no longer able to see into the innermost nature
    • of things; between him and this innermost core of being a boundary is
    • in a great number of individuals the etheric body is beginning to
    • but an inner affirmation, a powerful impulse in life itself. It will
    • be an inner affirmation, because in the Risen Christ man will behold
    • the deepest sense with our innermost being and Whose example we follow
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • As Goethe portrays it, the inner impulse given by the Easter
    • expanding in a new way during these days at the beginning of spring,
    • imbued with the unshakable conviction that in the innermost core of
    • cosmic existence. To this inner fount we can penetrate at all times
    • tokens are like a symbol of what at the beginning of their earthly
    • and tomorrow to an endeavour to show how this feeling, this inner
    • together with inner earnestness before we can hope to advance to a
    • ultimately, to grasp them with inner fire and warmth.
    • find the outer process corresponding to every inner process. To
    • blood (our inner fire) and our nervous system (our inner air) are in
    • the inner thunder which, gently, peacefully, outwardly imperceptible,
    • thunder ... and then, looking within the soul, we feel the inner
    • (breath)=Atman). The Old Testament says that at the beginning of his
    •     “Spirit of creation, its beginning, its middle and its end;
    • as the great Ideal to which the innermost essence of man develops from
    • quickened in man's own inner being, in the blood. Thus the radiance
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • faculty to draw from his own innermost being the forces that
    • Christ Impulse, into whose innermost being the Christ Power draws, can
    • existence, this marks the beginning of a mysterious and supremely
    • blade and ear spring from it, bearing innumerable grains which are
    • inner illumination that the Christ lives, because they bore
    • those who were able to experience the Christ in inner illumination. It
    • later times, namely, innumerable replicas of the ‘I’ of Jesus
    • having understood this, men will begin to realise in the innermost
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • theirs. When, therefore, we turn our attention to the beginning of
    • Christianity is only beginning to come into its own. And when men
    • hindrance, waged war against each other, and from the very beginning
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • of the beginnings of Christianity, to some of those early mysteries
    • which arose at the beginning of the Fifth Post-Atlantean epoch and
    • marked by the change of teeth, puberty and the beginning of the
    • inner life. He had to learn to understand the words: “My kingdom
    • a vision which he must acquire for himself by his own inner
    • an inner power of vision, not through any mere beholding with the
    • and yet at the same time they deny the real, inner impulse of the
    • sickness of our age comes to clearest expression; for a deep inner
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • the beginning of Christianity. Easter is an appropriate occasion for
    • bound up with innate vision of the divine and spiritual in the things
    • must establish his relation to knowledge through inner
    • prone to look to the innate qualities of his own being for
    • to understand the divine and spiritual through attributes innate in
    • Frenchman to-day furthered by Clemenceau's nationalism, with its inner
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • clothed in the human physical body. From the very beginning of
    • thought. Hence at the time when Pauline Christianity was beginning to
    • a picture of Christ Jesus which at the beginning simply was not there,
    • must become an inner festival, a festival in which we celebrate in
    • inner freedom, and of the real nature of the will which bears
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • the beginning of earth-evolution — the period of which I am now
    • another. These divine Teachers, therefore, had no inner understanding
    • Golgotha is not merely an inner affair of men or of the earth, but is
    • themselves for the first time acquired inner knowledge of the mystery
    • change I have described was beginning to take place, vestiges of
    • century onwards, but its beginnings can be traced to the fourth
    •  “inner freedom, he can do this only in a life that definitely
    • reality of the super-earthly within the earthly, a far greater inner
    • such inner activity. And in ever new variations, this teaching that a
    • the inner forces of the soul. All the means, therefore, at the



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