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  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Foreword
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    • life over death. Again and again, from
  • Title: The Festivals and their Meaning: II Easter: Opening Remarks
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    • The Story of My Life,
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • Christianity will have thrown off the outmoded forms of religious life
    • rightly express our religious life.
    • Since that lecture, many significant expressions of cultural life
    • Christianity emerging from the narrow framework of the religious life
    • “Parsifal” quickens to life within him, this is a
    • time when Christianity will embrace, not only the religious life, but
    • the life of knowledge, of art, of beauty, in the widest sense of the
    • in such Festivals and what they can bring to life in the soul. We
    • the soul-life of these antediluvian, Atlantean peoples, it is seen to
    • have been quite different from the soul-life of Post-Atlantean
    • changes in the life of the human soul. The whole of man's
    • sense-impressions. Such is the life of day. At night, the Ego and
    • sense-world and of the waking life of day are obliterated; joy,
    • waking life of soul passes away, and in the present cycle of human
    • difference only, that whereas in the waking life of day man perceived
    • waking life coming to him when he was within his physical and etheric
    • there had this experience. The whole trend of modern life goes to show
    • longer experience spiritual reality. Thus was the spiritual life
    • physical life is the one and only reality. Now he passes into the next
    • itself from the physical, man is to live his life in any real sense,
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, I
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    • comes to realise that the wellsprings of spiritual life can deliver us
    • from material life, from the constriction of an existence fettered to
    • everywhere the feeling — indeed the conviction — that life
    • very ground of wisdom, about life overcoming death — this was
    • be attained during earthly life, would seek out the cave of Kashiapa
    • is the blood; the physical expression of the astral body is the life
    • life pervading our nervous system. And just as lightning in the action
    • warmth pulsating in our blood and the life pervading our nervous
    • form. The sublime mysteries of the life of mankind are derived from
    • the etheric body into Life-Spirit (Budhi) and spiritualises the
    • during our earthly life that that which gives man his true being as
    • earthly existence man received the Breath of Life, and all ancient
    • wisdom sees in the Breath of Life that which man must gradually
    • Resurrection from individual human life to the life of the universe
    • up again into life in the Spirit when we understand the message of the
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • encountered: life in its diverse forms and manifestations. He comes
    • it that life imposes on man so that gradually he loses control of his
    • stands before him with all the disintegration and destruction of life
    • observation of life the Buddha is led to the realisation: To be
    • life with spirit, which make life victorious over death. This is the
    • nothingness of life. Men who lived six hundred years after the Event
    • Cross. For them it was the token of life, and in their souls dawned
    • corpse of Christ Jesus on the Cross became the token of life, of the
    • resurrection of life, the overcoming of death and of
    • augured suffering for man, how does the great truth that life is
    • men cannot yet understand what the spiritual life streaming in with
    • life between birth and death or between death and rebirth to which we
    • strange to-day in the life of Francis of Assisi is because the ‘I’ was
    • anyone who really studies the matter understand the life of Elisabeth
    • through a spiritual life the hearts of men can become mature enough to
    • core of their being that the certainty of life's eternity springs from
    • in our youth, when tests in life have matured us, and we can look back
    • brink of death to a new life which leads him to the great moment when,
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture III: The Death of A God and Its Fruits In Humanity
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    • of Buddha in the twenty-ninth year of his life. A Christian who is an
    • life, man becomes master on the physical plane. But the spirituality
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • that came to him cut deeply into his life — so deeply indeed,
    • When, even externally, we compare the life of Paul with the earthly
    • development of the body continued until an advanced age of life; it is
    • experience of such transitions in later life. In very ancient Indian
    • of soul and of body up to the fiftieth year of life, in Persian and
    • physical earthly life for just so long as the duration of the span of
    • life which ran in a parallelism between the physical organisation and
    • life, He passed through the gate of death. What this passage through
    • spent as an anti-Christian. And the second half of his life was
    • experiences. In this second half of his life he had super-sensible
    • second half of life through sense-experience, because the parallelism between
    • experienced beyond the thirty-fifth year of life. And the Event of
    • between the life of Christ Jesus and the life of Paul is a remarkable
    • one. The life of Christ Jesus was completely filled with the presence
    • that of the life of Christ Jesus on earth. There is a great deal to be
    • learned from a study of the connection between the life lived by
    • degree the characteristic qualities of pre-Christian life, we can feel
    • inner life. He had to learn to understand the words: “My kingdom
    • the whole cultural life of Europe, unless men bethink themselves in
    • enough in these days to rest content with looking at life in any
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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • were held concerning the social order, the configuration of life that
    • this configuration of the social life was regulated by the Mysteries,
    • life, as immediate reality. As time went on, however, this vision of
    • their existence is not enclosed within the limits of earthly life. Man
    • our existence is not limited to earthly life. We have the assurance of
    • eternal life, for we come from God and God will take us to Himself
    • to acquire through effort and training, through earth-life itself,
    • the blood comes to life once again in nation-consciousness. We see a
    • establish, will any improvement in the social life of men be possible;
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • the life-forces in the rest of the organism. The moment the forces of
    • the sake of emotional life, the picture of the dying Redeemer as the
    • pastures of life in the Spirit. Only so shall we draw near again to
    • life again in modern civilisation, the World-Easter thought will
    • life. We must acquire this knowledge again, but now through acts of
    • may thank many things in life — but if you have gained knowledge
    • life, and that the will of the cosmic Spirit prevails in
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • their earthly life men could not have discovered themselves. For at
    • never spoke of the two fundamental boundaries of man's earthly life;
    • Yet we may perhaps find a point of approach by considering the life of
    • earliest form of the life of primitive man lay, in a certain respect,
    • state of life between them. Disregarding birth — although here
    • animal does not experience any such deep incision into life as is the
    • the life of the soul; to-day they have no such vision.
    • his life of soul. Therefore questions about birth and death could not
    • earthly physical life, but into the life of the soul as well, their
    • this change in human consciousness, earthly life assumed a character
    • of increasing importance for men; and because experience of the life
    • had reached the point where they felt life outside the physical body
    • having to face experiences in their earthly life that would be unknown
    • outer life on earth men would have observed facts of vital importance
    • significance and purpose of death and of birth in the earthly life of
    • Being we call the Christ to enter the realm of earthly life, the
    • life, a consciousness that is extinguished in sleep, so that in sleep
    •  “inner freedom, he can do this only in a life that definitely
    •  “experiences death, a life into which death makes a marked
    •  “incision, a life from which vision of the immortal soul
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