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  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 1: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • of what lived in the cosmos outside. It became necessary, however,
  • Title: Christ Impulse: Lecture 5: Correspondences Between the Microcosm and the Macrocosm
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    • Man is born out of the whole Cosmos; he must look up it to as to his
    • the great Cosmos. If we compare man, as seen to-day in the light of
    • there is a certain polarity, a duality in the Cosmos, which
    • Can we find a correspondence in the Cosmos to the polarity between
    • male and female. Is there anything in the Cosmos which on the one hand
    • question thus: Is there anything in the Cosmos outside, resembling an
    • retained from the old Moon something feminine in the Cosmos?
    • the Cosmos anything which has gone beyond a certain stage, and has
    • There is! There is in the Cosmos the same polarity as we have
    • we can find in the Cosmos between the natures of Moon and Comets.
    • development of the human being and that of the Cosmos. Of course, as I
    • life as well as in the Cosmos, we may ask: What then is brought forth
    • In the Cosmos too, life goes on from day to day, from year to year
    • cosmos, something is actually brought about in the life of humanity
    • had to absorb out of the Cosmos at the various periods of Kali-Yuga in
    • comet, as a mighty sign from the Cosmos. We are now to be confronted
    • are also signs, to show us how the forces come from the Cosmos. If a



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