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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • the Graeco-Latin age, in certain parts of Europe, there existed an
    • the qualities strongly developed in the East. In those parts of Europe
    • not the same as our music to-day. We thus go back to a time in Europe
    • all those parts of Europe. In the third epoch of civilisation
    • Europe, and the minds of those peoples who were waiting quietly for
    • of Europe — a primeval Teacher who in this sense was a primeval
    • world. Or, using the European terms, we call the physical world the
    • discernment, of discretion. The European mind is only gradually
    • an ancient tradition tells of it; in the European languages no name
    • World of Providence. European languages cannot truly give a name to
    • extend to the Buddhi-plane, or what we in Europe call the World of
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • South European peoples another, — while the peoples inhabiting
    • Northern and Central Europe had a different one again. They all had to
    • Sanctuaries, — the peoples in Europe who were far removed from
    • in a sense ahead of them. In the European countries men had already in
    • until the later soul-principles had developed. In Europe the ego did
    • order; while in Europe there were souls who, without having any high
    • time, while the European culture developed it prematurely; but the
    • Christ-Impulse could find so unhindered an entrance into Europe and
    • appeared in Europe? Might He not have incarnated there in a carnal
    • it were. But Christ could not have made his appearance in Europe,
    • of the equality of mankind, had developed in the countries of Europe.
    • if Europe had not the power of preparing a body for the Christ, yet,
    • This was possible because the European peoples had acquired the
    • is weak. In Europe we find people who have received less culture
    • — and in Europe we find the people best prepared to understand
    • Europe what they were longing for. Hence it was in Europe that
    • of Europe, that they might develop as early as possible a firm centre
    • strong sense of the personal ego was being developed in Europe. Again,
    • Northern Europe had prematurely developed the ego in the
    • in a different way than anywhere else in the world. In Northern Europe
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