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- Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
- incarnation we know as Gautama Buddha.
- Gautama Buddha was a Being who had always been able to incarnate in
- periods; but Buddha could experience in this one incarnation all that
- it was possible to evolve. In his incarnation as Gautama Buddha he
- during future cycles, Buddha was able to give in this one incarnation,
- in the mind of the Buddha who descended at that time, and from
- Bodhisattva became Buddha, which means that he really rose a stage
- civilisation known as the Bodhisattva becoming Buddha.
- then became Buddha, incarnate in this people? Why not in the
- If this Bodhisattva was really to become the Buddha of the fourth
- ripe to recognise of himself the great impetus given by Buddha. At a
- necessary that Buddha should already have developed the spiritual
- Buddha repeated a human organisation belonging to earlier times,
- before our era, Buddha had the task of introducing the spiritual-soul
- Compassion, was first introduced by Buddha, and its vibrations still
- of pure thought, in crystal-clear thoughts. It was no part of Buddha's
- thought itself only developed as time went on. What Buddha
- before the Buddha gave the impulse for Conscience. Conscience was to
- than it was in Buddha. Something had to be aroused in the sentient
- to Buddha-hood. We might quote a number of such Beings who stand out
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- Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
- himself through the Ego. Even Buddha in his time did not
- Christ Jesus, Buddha described sorrow and suffering on earth as the
- Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
- free though not in the way advised by Buddha: Free thyself from
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