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  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VI: Easter: The Mystery of the Future
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    • not just folk-songs; they are memories of the visions which in olden
    • that had once been experienced. What had been seen in vision and
    • Why was spiritual vision a natural condition in the far distant
    • risen above and beyond all division into peoples or nations, for he
    • the visions arising in the ancient, shadowy clairvoyance, and on the
    • visions of very ancient forefathers, partly in the myths and sagas,
    • being may become spiritualised and once again have vision of the
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture VIII: Spiritual Bells of Easter, II
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    • of Shakyamuni. With a vast range of vision and after stupendous
    • great visions and prototypal Ideas which were then elaborated and
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture I: Easter: The Festival of Warning
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    • it this power of vision was coming to an end. Something completely new
    • a loss of this vision; man has to find himself deserted by the divine
    • of freedom inevitably implies that, if man would again have vision of
    • vision, which was at one and the same time a sense-vision and a
    • spiritual vision, was fading away and disappearing, and that another
    • vision of the spiritual was now to dawn for man in a new kingdom of
    • a vision which he must acquire for himself by his own inner
    • initiative, and which is not immediately present for him in the vision
    • an inner power of vision, not through any mere beholding with the
    • vision of the senses, Paul knew that he must be giving himself up to
    • hearers who were able to understand it: that the old spiritual vision
    • brings no approach to Christ, that with this old vision one can only
    • purely physical vision of the earth. Christ will come again to you,
    • must develop a new kind of vision; the vision that suffices for the
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture II: The Blood-relationship and The Christ-relationship
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    • life, as immediate reality. As time went on, however, this vision of
    • Possessing this ancient vision, how did man conceive of his own
    • beheld its reality. It was the outcome of sensory vision.
    • bound up with innate vision of the divine and spiritual in the things
    • of the world of sense. In ancient times, this vision of the divine and
    • mere vision of the physical human being living on earth. In olden
    • material image of these powers only. Vision of the soul has faded, and
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture IV: Spirit Triumphant
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    • We must always feel profoundly how, in this way, vision and
    • well as by death, and Who alone can lead our vision up to the eternal
  • Title: Festivals/Easter: Lecture V: The Teachings of The Risen Christ
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    • Whatever vision, whatever perceptive knowledge they possessed was
    • drastic incisions in human existence. Men still had clear vision of
    • the life of the soul; to-day they have no such vision.
    •  “incision, a life from which vision of the immortal soul
    • real vision of the eternal essence of the human soul when he engages

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