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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • that of the Egypto-Chaldean civilisation, then the Graeco-Latin period
    • translating these truths into such thoughts. The Beings who wish to
    • Even in the Graeco-Latin age it would not yet have been possible to
    • conscience, Even in the Graeco-Latin period, in which a dim astral
    • that what men experienced in the Graeco-Latin period they only need go
    • the one recapitulating the other, not in the same way, but in a
    • the Graeco-Latin period the intellectual soul or mind was being
    • the Graeco-Latin period, an important crisis occurred in the
    • Now in the Graeco-Latin age the intellectual soul or mind (Mind in the
    • not within them — in the Graeco-Latin period something began to
    • Graeco-Latin people?
    • far as the Graeco-Latin period of civilisation. The Graeco-Latin brain
    • the Graeco-Latin age, in certain parts of Europe, there existed an
    • Graeco-Latin period, he should descend again — that he should
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 2: The Law of Karma with Respect to the Details of Life
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    • constantly recapitulating what might comfortably be reduced to a
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • contemplating the self-evident polarity between man's head and his
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 6: The Birth of Conscience
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    • instead of contemplating short spans of time we look at great periods,
    • designate as the Egyptian-Chaldean, the Greco-Latin and our present
    • greatest height possible, so that in the Graeco-Latin civilisation it
    • through the Graeco-Latin, into our own, it is clear that in each of
    • our next incarnations during the Graeco-Latin epoch, in order then to
    • development; — during the Graeco-Latin age we developed the
    • ourselves to that time when there was as yet no Graeco-Latin, but only
    • in the regions of the subsequent Graeco-Latins were preparing to bring
    • to be made in the Graeco-Latin lands, as also in our own, that the
    • the Graeco-Latin Age helped the human souls a little further still. If
    • our own souls had not absorbed what they could in the Graeco-Latin
    • The people of the Greek and Latin countries occupied a middle place
    • Graeco-Latin culture in a sense kept the balance, for it developed a
    • Graeco-Latin Age, that in which the Intellectual-Soul was developed.
    • Egyptian-Chaldean and of the Graeco-Latin culture, where it was
    • Soul before they developed the ego; the Graeco-Latin peoples developed

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