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  • Title: Lecture: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • as himself, within the physical realm, but he could also, in a
    • himself as a member of the lowest kingdom in the hierarchical order,
    • Formerly, man had been able to raise himself up to the spiritual
    • divine being would reveal himself. This was achieved by submerging
    • Christ Jesus Himself expressed, in the most penetrating thoughts, the
    • revealed Himself to His disciples.” To them He disclosed that man, in
    • become God-imbued who becomes permeated within himself with the God
    • and Christ impulse, and can unite himself as an ego with this impulse.
    • purifies himself in his sentient soul and seeks a higher development,
    • become sufficient unto itself.
    • the ego within himself, he must allow his sentient soul to grow into
    • developed himself in his rational soul, he can perceive the person
    • It is only the rational soul that can fill itself with what flows from
    • concerns what the ego develops within itself. The fifth beatitude
    • receiving God into itself. If man can elevate himself to such a
    • degree, he can perceive within himself that drop of the divine, his
    • blood, and where it brings itself most clearly to expression is in the
    • manas, buddhi and atman, or spirit self, life spirit and spirit man.
    • members, spirit self, life spirit and spirit man. These cannot as yet
    • beings. His spirit self is not yet in him; only in the future will it
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • When a person who has concerned himself for some time
    • Indeed, one develops oneself as a spiritual scientist through
    • bear in mind these changes in the life of the earth itself, for if we
    • defined consciousness of self, no such clearly defined
    • daytime in that period, we find that it did not actually feel itself
    • to be an I; instead, man felt himself to be a member of his tribe, of
    • the people. Man did not yet perceive himself as an individual I, as
    • lacked consciousness of self, to be sure, but in which they were
    • though entranced, so that he knew nothing of himself. He was not able
    • spiritual world and yet feel himself as a human being, as an I.
    • does not feel oneself to be an I, it is impossible to form judgments,
    • the physical plane, cultivated logical thinking, and felt himself as
    • the higher beings and when it was aware of itself as a member of that
    • which the soul felt itself to belong to the divine-spiritual world.
    • it felt itself to be a part of the higher world, a will spoke out of
    • that consciousness of self might gradually attain the peak of its
    • world could man learn to distinguish himself from the world and to
    • sense himself as an individual being. This last period is called Kali
    • being had first to absorb the I into himself.
    • beings. The I had to make itself capable of inwardly feeling, of
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture II: Spiritual Science as Preparation for a New Etheric Vision
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    • a self-conscious reasoning power, a self-conscious power of judgment,
    • itself; it was not necessary to call it forth by unusual methods. We
    • self-consciousness, the possibility of saying “I” to
    • oneself. This is what humanity lacked. The human being was outside
    • his own self during the most important moments of his life, as in a
    • experience himself as an I was possible for man only here in the
    • self. With this self-consciousness is inseparably connected what we
    • distinguishing himself as an I from his surroundings and through this
    • coming to the I, to self-consciousness. In the future, the human
    • being will acquire again, in addition to his consciousness of self,
    • man might become a self-conscious, inward, spiritual being — in
    • order that he might ascend to the consciousness of self and be able
    • of the human being, and he could say to himself, “I belong to a
    • sensible world but felt himself as belonging entirely to the
    • the definition of the I, of self-consciousness.
    • could, as a result of his own conviction, connect himself more or
    • their feeling of self, their feeling for the I, their
    • had to limit itself to the physical plane, began with the year 3101
    • the depths of your soul, that it can find within itself the bond with
    • longer able to ascend outside of himself in the clairvoyant state
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture III: Buddhism and Pauline Christianity
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    • existence that brings man into this realm. Once he has freed himself
    • oneself why the great Buddha preached this doctrine. The answer can
    • Paul's conception, it is not the urge for existence in itself that is
    • thirst for existence, because he himself had corrupted them. Man
    • purifying himself, see again the truth he himself had covered. In
    • This can occur when man takes the power of Christ into himself. When
    • sensible world but on man himself, had of necessity to become a
    • that it is our knowledge itself that must be purified.
    • reciprocally; what is outside transforms itself for us, depending on
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture IV: Mysteries of the Universe: Comets and the Moon
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    • period in our earthly existence and ultimately resolve itself again
    • shown itself in human life since the old Lemurian time as the
    • earth in the macrocosm, in the great world, repeat itself in man, the
    • microcosm? Is there in the human being himself a contrast that
    • expresses itself externally in the organ of the head and all that
    • expresses itself externally in the organs of movement, the hands and
    • countenance, has in a sense torn itself free from bondage to the earth
    • between sun and earth expresses itself in the same way in men and in
    • has tried to raise himself into the upright posture, he has somehow
    • itself in present cometary existence, because the comet has remained
    • think that this contrast expresses itself only in what constitutes
    • is decisive, reflecting itself in the product of the sexes.
    • expresses itself with uncommon clarity.
    • clings more rigidly to traditional concepts; it cannot free itself of
    • itself: when the human I takes a step forward, then, in order that
    • bodies. If we are searching for the evolution of the I itself, we
    • this advance of man beyond himself, from the lower to the higher I?
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture V: The Reappearance of Christ in the Etheric
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    • self-consciousness. These forces all began during Kali Yuga. While
    • this period, that firm point increasingly developed itself within the
    • self-consciousness. Do not suppose, however, that this knowledge of
    • self-consciousness has already been cultivated to a high degree. It
    • must cultivate itself further. It could never have entered human
    • which the God Jahve, the World-I, no longer manifested Itself as a
    • alone. As we know, this Godhead revealed itself in the age of Moses
    • way through the teachings of Moses that one said to oneself: the
    • manifests itself as a multiplicity of beings. You know, of course,
    • perceived this World-I as manifesting itself in the various kingdoms
    • itself also in time in the way in which what finally appeared as a
    • Spirit Sun, in Christ, manifested itself beforehand as though
    • Himself for Abraham, Moses, and Solomon. It was always the same
    • being. Then He Himself appeared as the Christ Sun with the founding
    • Christ, the same being proclaims Himself inwardly within the human
    • significant event repeats itself. It repeats itself in the second
    • revealed Himself to Moses out of the elements of nature, He revealed
    • Himself now, in the second millennium after Christ, out of the
    • felt himself permeated by what lived in the layman. When, after
    • having opened himself to this inspiration, Tauler once again ascended
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VI: The Sermon on the Mount
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    • as himself within the physical, human realm, but he could also, in a
    • himself as the lowest member of the lowest realm in the hierarchical
    • Formerly, man had been able to raise himself up to the
    • performed by John in the Jordan and through the teaching itself.
    • reveal himself. This was achieved by submerging them in water. When a
    • Christ Jesus Himself expressed the fulfillment of the
    • withdrew from them and revealed Himself to His disciples.” To
    • God by permeating himself with the God and Christ impulse and uniting
    • himself as an I with this impulse. In the past, he alone could ascend
    • thoroughly purifies himself in his sentient soul and undergoes a
    • pervaded with godliness, and his I will become sufficient unto itself
    • within himself, he must allow his sentient soul to grow into higher
    • developed himself in his rational or feeling soul, however, he can
    • fill itself with what streams from man to man. In the fifth Beatitude
    • develops within itself. The fifth Beatitude says, “He who
    • becomes capable of receiving God into itself. If man can therefore
    • elevate himself to such a degree, he can perceive within himself that
    • brings itself most particularly to expression is in the human heart,
    • spirit self, life spirit, and spirit man. These cannot as yet live in
    • beings. His spirit self is not yet in him; it will flow into him only
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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VII: The Return of Christ
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    • develop his consciousness of self, of his I. The ancient, dreamlike
    • of his own self. In the future, he will win back the clairvoyance he
    • self-consciousness.
    • epoch, a new possibility arose for a human being to unite himself
    • worked on earth, raised itself into higher worlds and was linked only
    • the Christ incarnated Himself as the I within those sheaths so that
    • faculty for perception could no longer raise itself above the world
    • it in Christ Himself through the medium of the senses. In order that
    • be a test to arm himself against such attempts and, instead of
    • Christ will manifest Himself only in an etheric form. True
  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture VIII: The Etheric Vision of the Future
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    • erect, who has raised himself up. Concerning the oft-mentioned
    • of the ape has been botched. The ape tried to raise himself up but
    • but man has raised himself, and his countenance is turned upward. He
    • the phenomena. The way in which modern science tries to occupy itself
    • meaning; every ant feels itself to be a member of a whole. Human
    • individual considers useful for himself. They run around each other
    • he makes himself ripe for what should be brought forward as a third
  • Title: True Nature: Lecture I: The Event of Christ's Appearance in the Etheric World
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    • someone has concerned himself for a time with the
    • earth itself must be taken into account. If in a particular
    • this civilisation was to be found only in India itself — it was
    • quite impossible. There was as yet no consciousness of the self, no
    • did not really feel itself as an ego; an individual man felt himself
    • folk. Man did not feel himself to be an individual “I” as
    • everyone to gaze into the spiritual world and yet to feel himself a
    • spiritual world and does not feel himself to be an ego, he cannot
    • into the physical plane, developed logical thinking and felt himself
    • aware of being able to look up to the higher Beings, knowing itself
    • Beings. And the effect of this contact was that the soul felt itself
    • the soul felt itself a member of the higher world, there spoke out of
    • established himself firmly in the material world. This was necessary
    • self to its highest point, for only through the sturdy
    • distinguish himself from the world and experience himself as an
    • Christ Himself on earth. In that epoch, when 3,100 years of the Dark
    • Beings. The ego must have made itself capable of feeling, of
    • experienced within the ego itself; the kingdoms of heaven have come
    • spirit calling himself Jesus of Nazareth and inciting them by his
    • of Christ Himself, again resound: A new epoch is at hand when the
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  • Title: True Nature: Lecture II: The Second Coming of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • self-consciousness; all these powers begin to operate in
    • knowledge of self-consciousness developed all the more
    • of self-consciousness is already highly developed; it has yet to
    • World-Ego, grasped for the first time by man himself with the
    • Then He Himself appeared as the Christ-Sun at the time of the
    • Being announces Himself within the soul. The experience which
    • revealed Himself to Moses; in the second millennium after Christ He
    • reveals Himself from the deepest foundations of the human soul. And
    • Yuga itself, Initiation alone could lead into the spiritual worlds in
    • depend upon humanity itself whether what will then take place turns
    • example, a faculty that a man will notice in himself. After he has
    • essentially different from the deed itself, it reveals to me what the
    • longer the reflected Christ but the Christ Himself, arising from the
    • advance revealed itself to him, when as though by Grace from above he
    • was compelled to say to himself: He has been here in very truth and
    • has risen! It was because Paul himself had beheld Christ in the
    • had not himself actually heard the stories told in the Gospels but
    • outer senses. At that time Christ could not have revealed Himself to
    • followers. In North Africa, a man who announced himself as the Christ
    • appeared in Smyrna, alleging himself to be the Christ, drew a vast
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  • Title: Lecture II: WHITSUN: the Festival of the free Individuality
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    • next manifested himself when Jesus was baptised by John the Baptist.
    • feeling is, the more the human being feels himself as a member of his
    • there awoke the feeling of oneself as a single human being, a single
    • membership of a people, and awareness of oneself as a single
    • Spirit manifests itself in John's Baptism: it is in many single
    • tongues that it manifests itself at the Pentecostal festival. And each
    • Christianity. The more a man perfects himself, the more can he feel
    • itself out over the first understanders of Christianity in the first
    • characteristic was indicated by Christ Himself: “You shall know
    • He can become free, only when he finds himself again in spirit, and
    • “To become free” presupposes the discovery of oneself as a
    • spirit within oneself. The true spirit in which we can make this
    • self-enclosed, free individuality. They had some dim feeling of this
    • the year. This outer ordering is in itself remarkable; for whoever
    • and every year we celebrate Christmas on the selfsame day. It is
    • later in which he becomes aware: “I can find the power in myself
    • down within herself the force of the seeds. The world of nature has
    • withdrawn herself, with all the birth-forces within her. When to the
    • lowest; when the earth herself shows how at a given time her spiritual
    • must well up out of the deepest, inmost part of the soul itself, and
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  • Title: Lecture: The Sermon on the Mount and the Return of Christ
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    • the external world and asks himself: Is there something that
    • soul. For he is able at all times to say to himself:
    • theosophist does well to bring home to himself over and over
    • development in itself as absolutely essential. Many people
    • was able to shape and mould. When the soul connected itself
    • himself with the Spiritual, not for the purpose of knowledge
    • inhabiting the astral plane. A man could lend himself to the
    • self-consciousness. His had long been working from outside
    • call of John the Baptist and through Christ Himself:
    • Sentient Soul to the Mind Soul. Man must feel himself as an
    • to declare oneself as belonging to the Master.
    • henceforth, out of the Ego itself, to ascend again into the



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