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- Title: Course for Priests: Lecture I
- no thought is given. At some point the difference between
- this, one arrives at the point of awareness that the impulse of
- Title: Course for Priests: Lecture II
- starting point today. Dr Rittelmeyer has already called our
- the basis of such a scientific viewpoint depends how a question
- absurd points of view and thoughts pop up. It is like this
- viewpoint. When we look at the Act of Consecration we notice
- etheric body's activity. Starting points are everywhere. You
- A Participant pointed out that Rudolf Steiner had said
- took the declarations of the opposition as our connecting point
- Title: Course for Priests: Lecture III
- achievement of such an impulse, but taken from the viewpoint of
- point to enable you to link to a spiritual impulse, if you want
- Now, when the starting point is feeling, it is good: in the
- Feeling should actually always be a starting point so that when
- extraordinary noble humility towards the point of origin for
- point of the earth as a mighty rose of light, permeated with
- must reach a point where we can say: ‘How foolish to believe
- Our starting point must not be to refer to the outer impression
- like religious artists. Today we have come to the point where
- Title: Course for Priests: Lecture IV
- need to bring humanity up to this point while a kind of
- should overcome the point of understanding the matter in such a
- the original and this fact must be your starting point.
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