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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • their conception of Apollo, who was a Sun-God and at the same time the
    • God of music. This figure of Apollo dates back, however, to that great
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • from the side of the gods: ‘Man has become as one of us!’
    • been reserved only for the gods. It was given to the gods to decide
    • if he had received in the middle of the Atlantean epoch what the gods
    • gods before he was meant to do so, we have to describe a delay of the
    • acquired the likeness to God in our ego, before the acceptance of the
    • likeness to God, the possibility of finding the good within ourselves,
    • a being still insufficiently prepared to acquire the likeness to God.
    • merely human one, it was as though the Gods had been at work behind
    • a dreamy sort of clairvoyance, he saw the Gods at work behind his
    • instincts. Man could no longer be called a companion of the Gods in
    • experience of communion with the Gods; that is now nothing but a
    • became ‘like to the Gods,’ but in return for this he
    • acquired qualities which were in nowise ripe for the likeness to God.
    • Godhead expected from him if he was to become a self-conscious ego.
    • decision within itself to develop increasingly a likeness to God, it
    • led back again, God had to descend to the physical plane, and on that
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 4: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • darling of the Gods’. What worked in this ancestor as Buddhi or
    • ‘Blessed or God-filled are those who in their ecstatic states
    • come when blessed or God-filled are those who have become beggars in
    • seek the state in which he was filled with the spirit, God-filled, and
    • or God-filled, who, while they could no longer look outside for help
    • being. ‘Blessed (God-filled) are they who do not banish sorrow by
    • balance the desires in their astral body can be blessed (God-filled),
    • is like the predicate, ‘Blessed (or God-filled) are they who
    • there but the pure ego-nature; for they will recognise God therein,
    • they will perceive God!’
    • become the sons of God, in that they will bring down the spirit from
    • of God!’ Thus must they be called, who are really filled inwardly
    • ‘with God’ in the old sense could no longer be described as
    • God-filled’ or blessed. For this, however, the
    • And Shabbathoi Zewi, the ‘just man of God’ was so
    • to speak. Those persons will be God-filled (or blessed) who, through
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • though God were pointing with a wand from Heaven to show men what they
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • voice of God in each individual man or woman, warning them of good or
    • passions, — and speaks there like a voice from God, urging man to
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 7: The Further Development of Conscience
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    • perfection, as a sort of God in man.’ The author of The Christ
    • St. Paul, men had a Christ-picture of a God, a Messiah-picture of a
    • God, who did not actually become man, who did not descend so far as
    • earlier conceptions is that he does not represent a God hovering in
    • the higher regions, but a God who became individual man.’ Now I
    • possible is that of a God, a Christ, not only hovering in the higher
    • the old Gods, for example in the cult of Adonis or Tammuz, in that
    • there is a suffering God-hero, a dying God-hero and a risen God-hero,
    • Adonis, a Tammuz, etc. The similarity to one of the old gods is
    • spiritual vision the voice of God will once more speak to him, the
    • voice of God which was formerly experienced in a different way.
    • this to the Gods! ‘Beat thy breast,’ says St. Paul,

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