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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • Indian civilisation, during which the great Rishis were the teachers
    • Old Indian. Thus do the various cycles overlap each other. The fourth
    • Old Indian period — and will go through a certain number in the
    • Persian the sentient body, and in the Old Indian the etheric body;
    • grasping and understanding. If you had spoken to the Old Indian in
    • meaning. The great Teachers could not have taught the Old Indians by
    • they have explained it by word of mouth. To the Old Indians the Great
    • hearer. In the earliest times of the Old Indian period the word was
    • the great Teachers of the Old Indians to have a particularly developed
    • to in the future, had first to be brought to him. The Indian teacher
    • in through the sentient body, that the Great Teacher of the Indians
    • contact with one of the great Indian teachers, he would have said:
    • stage and took his place among the Old Indian people, to teach them.
    • retained by the Indian people. Here again we have a recapitulation:
    • not having to recapitulate anything. The Old Indian epoch will be
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 3: The Entrance of the Christ-Being into the Evolution of Humanity
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    • memory!’ I have explained at some length how in the Old-Indian
    • does Indian philosophy, with the year 3101 before our era. The Age was

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