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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • teaching in theories, concepts and ideas; but in active vivid
    • symbolize a continuous and also retroactive time flux; and we can
    • While Ormuzd controls all active functions in the
    • permeates and lives throughout the universe, continues active in
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • related to the active cultural life of Egypt, which date back to
    • vision world in which they conceived higher powers to be actively
    • continued active until a comparatively late period in Egyptian
    • active and suggestive thought, leading to certain conclusions. In
    • such for instance as a triangle. In this case, active thought
    • Osiris-Principle must be looked upon as an active Male-Principle,
    • that are active in the blood and those which are the basis of
    • which was conceived as actively pervading the entire cosmos, as
    • that active force emanating from the sun and spread abroad in the
    • — dark as a soul untouched by active uplifting thought. When the
    • within as active force. Physical man was born of those conditions
    • The Great Wise One was still active throughout their
    • developed and become active.
    • world, but weaves beneath all earthly deeds, and is ever active
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • following manner: — ‘We will observe and be active in this
    • active in a not so very distant past, when they played a part in
    • that definite consciousness, which is ever active deep within us,
    • understanding there is a something ever active in each individual
    • the Christ-influence is once more active within, leading me
    • and ideas for the active principle of existence; for the vital
    • existed and been active in the philosophies of the nineteenth and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • we have a personality who influenced directly the active course
    • active in some later civilization because, like a fresh page, or
    • manner to that which was active and could live in man’s
    • endure and become active at a later period, the while the
    • active in our soul-life.
    • which are conceived as ever active upon the stage of
    • the seven active spiritual forces of soul-life in the seven
    • persist, and are ever active in the scenes staged in the theatre
    • these forces became especially active, so much so indeed, that
    • conscious states will be universally interwoven and co-active
    • that spirit which is ever active and weaves throughout the whole
    • while the soul was regarded merely as the scene of their active
    • apprehended as an homogeneous unity, is unceasingly active in
    • active. That such was the case, is evident from the way in which
    • that he may be active and untrammelled in his soul-life. The
    • apprehension that is still active in our day, and through which
    • cosmic Spirit, that Divine Principle which is ever active and
    • Great Spirit of the cosmos was really active in man’s Ego.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • of the ancient Hebrew people, and was once more active. There was
    • fundamental forces and impulses which have been ever active
    • continue active in the being of Naboth, and it was this very wish
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Christ was then active, and it considered that He
    • freed from the body. It was then that it could [while active
    • Divine and active throughout the world; then look of thyself
    • active deep within mankind can only come when there is a clear
    • according to the ancient gnosis, was active in the body of Jesus
    • must, nevertheless, in a certain sense, be considered as active
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • active power of the spirit, that through its aid it might strive
    • who was already venturing to encroach and become active

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