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  • Title: Lecture: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • receive new life through the nearness of the Kingdom of Heaven. These
    • manas, buddhi and atman, or spirit self, life spirit and spirit man.
    • members, spirit self, life spirit and spirit man. These cannot as yet
    • in themselves with the Kingdom of Heaven, with life spirit or buddhi.”
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • life — with the ideas of spiritual science.
    • riddles of life, the mysteries of existence. Indeed, these thoughts
    • spiritual life.
    • reveal in public lectures the more intimate aspects of spiritual life
    • questions of life out of the depths of spiritual scientific research
    • yourselves in spiritual life for only a comparatively short time —
    • spiritual life. Then, with the answer given to us in reincarnation,
    • repeated passing through life? As a rule, this is answered by saying
    • the whole meaning of earthly life that we penetrate the significance
    • bear in mind these changes in the life of the earth itself, for if we
    • facts of spiritual life, which are more or less new or even entirely
    • civilizations and conditions of life that developed on this Atlantean
    • with such an intimate inner life as they now have. They possessed
    • the human souls of that time, and this consciousness, this life in
    • In the sanctuaries of spiritual life and in those fields
    • some other condition of life and consciousness prevailed.
    • through beholding the life and deeds of Christ on the physical earth,
    • spiritual life that they will not confuse the second coming of Christ
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture II: Spiritual Science as Preparation for a New Etheric Vision
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    • intimate processes of the spiritual life of humanity. What we should
    • soul. Through the life in our groups and through the fact that we
    • concrete facts of life.
    • maturity through our life in the groups. It must be taken for granted
    • truth basically can help us little in life. Truths acquire a
    • life. For this reason, the abstract truth of reincarnation acquires
    • anthroposophical truths with our innermost life? We shall see that
    • life he returns to a new earthly life only when it affords him the
    • with his soul life. This can be understood, of course, only by one
    • to pass through a spiritual life between death and a new birth. When
    • representing the totality of human life. Only when we survey life in
    • sure that we would have a repetition of our present life in the next
    • If one considers the most important facts of life,
    • his own self during the most important moments of his life, as in a
    • that he was an independent individuality possessing an inner life of
    • Spiritual life especially proceeds in leaps. Great and
    • Life then moves gradually forward until significant spiritual leaps
    • again take place. One such tremendous leap in the life of humanity —
    • disposition of your soul, so that you can believe that your soul life
    • development of their I-consciousness, the life within physical matter
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture III: Buddhism and Pauline Christianity
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    • gradually enter all spheres of life. Although almost two thousand
    • is only beginning today to be received. Whole spheres of life, such
    • This is the purified I. Through Paul, the spiritual life became
    • plant life; this will soon be discovered. Plants give the planet its
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • regarding these sublime cosmic facts, his life of feeling will not
    • in connection with the life of man. Although a person may dimly
    • A contrast is manifest in human life as it evolves on
    • If we recollect that all human life is born out of
    • cosmic life, we may then ask, if it is indeed true that what has
    • shown itself in human life since the old Lemurian time as the
    • applies only to human and animal life on earth. This is an offense of
    • significance for human life we can mention is that between sun and
    • therefore torpid, incapable of life, so in our comets we have a
    • substances are compounds that are deadly to the life of higher
    • feminine spiritual life. Mark well — I do not mean the
    • spiritual life of woman but the feminine spiritual life. There is a
    • difference. The spiritual life of a woman naturally includes
    • Feminine spiritual life, whether in a man or a woman,
    • the whole man can advance, the physical and etheric or life bodies
    • the comet! The comet works upon the physical and etheric or life
    • need only look around at the spiritual-cultural life of the period.
    • spiritual life takes its course with a certain cosmic regularity, as
    • day by day, like lunch and dinner, so does human spiritual life take
    • other events, events that in ordinary, bourgeois life are also unlike
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
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    • Moses coming to life again and in such a way that the spirit of Moses
    • permeates and radiates life into the whole spirit of Christian
    • be called to life again in the human soul, Who can be resurrected in
    • middle of our century, as delicate saplings of human soul life in
    • life He would show that the spirit lives beyond death in such a way
    • fact that for many people the event of Damascus will come to life;
    • physical plane and must be carried with one into the life between
    • teaching of the spirit as the content of their whole soul life
    • as vital life — should then really grow upward to a spiritual
    • reverse its course, that a spiritual life must begin, there will
    • light-gleaming Shamballa, abounding in infinite fullness of life and
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VI: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • receive new life through the nearness of the kingdom of heaven. These
    • spirit self, life spirit, and spirit man. These cannot as yet live in
    • heaven, with life spirit or Buddhi.” In connection with this,
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VII: The Return of Christ
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    • detail. We can understand the life of a single individual only when
    • anthroposophy in a theoretical way; we must bring it to life within
    • significance of this second coming of Christ; then, in the life
    • our group life. In public lectures one must observe certain
    • stream daily into ordinary life, and a strength for the future. One
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • if in human life a child had the constitution of an old man. The moon
    • another important matter. Just as in ordinary life we have our
    • beings, however, regulate their social life according to what each
    • senselessly, without understanding. Human life is really nonsensical
  • Title: True Nature: Lecture I: The Event of Christ's Appearance in the Etheric World
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    • heart, of the character, in short, of life in general — with
    • shed light upon the riddles of life, upon the mysteries of existence,
    • made both in spiritual knowledge and in the spiritual life.
    • more intimate aspects of spiritual life in public lectures, but
    • to discuss more intimate questions of life on the basis of
    • concerned with the spiritual life for only a comparatively short time
    • implications of this fact of the spiritual life. The significant
    • many times through life we ascend higher and higher, experiencing the
    • earthly life that we are able to fathom the significance of repeated
    • too, must be realised — that these changes in the life of the
    • spiritual life that are more or less new or still quite
    • of life on earth originated among the Greek and Latin peoples. This
    • most marked of all in man's life of soul. The souls of those sitting
    • the human soul during waking life in those times we find that it
    • and waking life, there were also intermediate states during which man
    • Atlantean epoch this consciousness, this life in the spiritual
    • sanctuaries for the cultivation of the spiritual life, in domains of
    • with the Gods or spiritual Beings, and when their inner life of
    • their impulses were determined by their life with the Gods, when
    • Nevertheless, there still remained in them a memory of their life
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  • Title: True Nature: Lecture II: The Second Coming of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • of Moses. The spirit of Moses does indeed come to life again in a new
    • imbued with life the whole of Christian mysticism, from Meister
    • life of soul in individuals here and there. They will say, as if from
    • Individuality will appear in the flesh, showing through his life that
    • from there into the life between death and a new birth. There are
    • spirit as part of their whole life of soul, as a quickening, vital force,
    • their path must be reversed, that a spiritual life must begin, then,
  • Title: Lecture II: WHITSUN: the Festival of the free Individuality
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    • human nature ever more and more in earthly life, could dwell — as
    • around him is bound to the yearly life of the earth. In keeping with
    • all the ages the Word, stirred into life at the founding of
    • could not be embodied in outer, exoteric life.
    • earthly life he could have enough power to bring to fulfilment the
    • seed which can be kindled into life through the Christ Impulse! How
    • one life he would be in the position to achieve anything adequate for
    • so the exoteric Christian conceives of a spiritual life after death
    • a spiritual world is thus added to the life on earth, understand the
    • can be achieved in a spiritual life beyond death, without any return
    • Himself had to descend into this life on earth; and this indeed
    • the Christ Impulse as man has taken into himself in the life between
    • that the fresh stream of the spiritual life into which Christ poured
  • Title: Lecture: The Sermon on the Mount and the Return of Christ
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    • concerns of daily life, thinks about his tasks and duties in
    • above the daily round of life? — then as a theosophist
    • life leaves his soul dissatisfied. He knows that what he gets
    • one of which gives us our place in everyday life, and another
    • life. This idea should never lead us to regard an external
    • occupation as less important for cosmic life as a whole than
    • for the whole. Life is a mosaic, composed of tiny pieces of
    • which might otherwise so easily occur in life. This is the
    • only attitude to our tasks in life that can give us a true
    • be with the World Order if some position in life left him
    • insignificant details in life. This attitude will give us the
    • make me useful in life? If we learn to recognise the
    • beginnings of karma, our tasks in life will become clear to
    • life does not enable us to put into application in the world
    • significant in life than one of much wider scope. We must
    • happenings of life.
    • step by step. But the course taken by life in its totality is
    • occur in the life of every individual and in the life of
    • degrees. Man's life to-day is such that stimuli come to him



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