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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • call this inner voice conscience. If a man is of the opinion that the
    • conscience has always existed. That would not be correct. We can, so
    • when men began to speak of conscience. When this was, is clearly
    • born in the fifth century. You will find no mention of conscience
    • conscience, Even in the Graeco-Latin period, in which a dim astral
    • this perception was replaced by the invisible voice of conscience;
    • heard the Voice of Conscience. In this way it learnt to establish an
    • in which the quality of conscience could approach it. In a future
    • on earth. Now, however, came something quite new — conscience.
    • conscience, which will become greater and greater as time goes on. He
    • before the Buddha gave the impulse for Conscience. Conscience was to
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
    • question of the connection between the human conscience and the
    • Lectures on ‘The Human Conscience’ will be given, and we
    • feelings, to form a concept of the human conscience. The answer to
    • The question of the human conscience is one that must stir the very
    • other. With regard to the phenomenon of conscience one might easily
    • future it will again he different. The human conscience too, —
    • being. Conscience, too, is something that has developed. And indeed it
    • conscience announced its presence, since when it has developed more
    • that which is now my conscience, and I am now enjoying the fruits of
    • incarnations and did not possess what we call conscience, so in later
    • conscience! If we had not then been able to develop a human conscience
    • From this we see that conscience forms part of the treasures of the
    • and being of the human conscience it gives us a sort of understanding
    • of our age, and of its psychic life. Man's conscience came into being;
    • were, point to the very time when conscience was first discovered in
    • what is to-day called conscience, or at any rate not designated by
    • human conscience. If he wanted to express that process in the human
    • soul which corresponds to what we now call conscience, he had to do so
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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
    • conscience, ‘If we are satisfied with our way, those who must
    • claim, made by our Theosophical conscience.
    • conscience, and after all that is most in accordance with the wishes
    • holy conscience, it would possess the force to drive out of the field
    • of development and that something approximate to conscience came into
    • time conscience arose; before that time it was altogether a different
    • while developed further in the light of conscience. We have already
    • conscience! Not the various external physical experiences it may have
    • perfection. By the help of conscience the soul is now preparing for
    • which he cultivates and perfects his conscience, the more he is doing
    • We have now enquired on two occasions: ‘What is conscience?’
    • To-day we have also asked: ‘What will the conscience now
    • developing, eventually become? How does conscience stand, if we regard
    • the result of the action of this seed of conscience? — The higher

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