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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • during the course of human development. A condition which is only
    • condition of mankind will vary considerably from its normal state
    • state’, or ‘clairvoyant condition’ (we will
    • a conscious condition belonging to a by-gone age in the grey and
    • while in this intermediate condition that man became aware of
    • so do I know that there exists another conscious condition
    • and his logic, he will again approach the condition of the
    • conditions; such as intellectuality and logic. When this stage in
    • experiences and conditions, as is the physical sun to the
    • tells him that whatever may be his present condition this
    • Evil, which opposing condition can be finally absorbed, only by
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • endeavour to picture and live in the atmosphere and conditions
    • condition, of which we are cognizant from the moment we awake
    • should be regarded as an intermediate condition now only faintly
    • spiritual condition, and it is from this primordial condition
    • within as active force. Physical man was born of those conditions
    • with its condition of comparative immobility, and the planets
    • is reflected by the Moon, and the remarkable conditions governing
    • anticipate the accompanying changes in natural conditions thus
    • agreement with astronomical conditions, because at that
    • conditions. In reality it was only after the impulse imparted by
    • elementary conditions, such as those which are still found among
    • life had its inception under cultural conditions directly
    • end arrive at childish conditions, similar to those found among
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • peacefully upon that condition which we may term
    • whole condition and character of man’s soul changed, while
    • that a certain condition of soul was common to primitive man,
    • which was at one time to a certain extent, an ordinary condition
    • alternates between the sleeping and the waking conditions, it is
    • condition of man’s earthly existence. It has further been
    • primordial condition of mankind, but is in reality an example of
    • all too suddenly, in that condition which he had already entered
    • under these conditions that the Bodhisattva grew up; but at the
    • The Bodhisattva thus saw around him a condition
    • Nirvana is a condition that can only be characterized in the
    • speak of this condition we must use a negative, an indefinite,
    • become so fitted and conditioned that he can at last enter upon
    • condition of soul which is now mine; and because of the way and
    • conditioned, and there came about a circumstance, namely,
    • original conditions had but endured.’
    • from this earth-state but master that condition which we alone
    • condition through a ‘thirst for existence’ common to
    • freedom from earthly conditions and from rebirth, through his
    • different condition from that which was previously ordained; but
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • bring about the conditions in which we now live, that we can
    • psychic condition, to which we have already referred when
    • intermediary conditions between that of sleeping and being awake,
    • a by-gone condition of human consciousness in which man could
    • condition of sleeping and of being awake. In our wakeful state we
    • passive clairvoyant condition in the future evolution of
    • him when his soul passed into that same clairvoyant condition
    • appears to be the most intense and powerful condition of our
    • pupil; but it must now accommodate itself to a new condition in
    • a verity so conditioned that it may yet absorb the mighty power
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • infinite pity for those who suffer, the conditions are especially
    • similar to those which occur, under certain conditions, when we
    • conditions should improve. Naboth realized the nature of his
    • [whom we may now, under the singular conditions which prevailed,
    • that he was nourished, so far as the conditions prevailing at the
    • explain it) in that condition of intensive contemplation which
    • conditions which now called for such deep and earnest
    • conditions of the soul. For instance, Elijah says: — ‘I
    • singular spiritual and clairvoyant conditions, and therefore did
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • various events and conditions which are met with in spiritual
    • definite soul conditions had come about, in virtue of which this
    • singular spiritual condition had been engendered with regard to
    • state of the human soul and the various conditions of social life
    • comprehension of the laws and conditions of human evolution, and
    • was made possible for it to remain for a time in a condition
    • body, which was then in a condition of deathlike sleep, and for a
    • to ordinary mundane conditions, there came to it recollections of
    • freed himself from all earthly conditions and
    • conditions necessary to a veritable understanding of the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • can never hark back to those conditions which were there before
    • this he had done, however, under the specific condition that he
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • brought into the human condition on Earth an added, different
    • through its various stages and conditions, Steiner concentrated,
    • present-day, different, spiritual condition of the human being
    • available to achieve this condition of the truly free,
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • condition, which is unlike that of the customary mediumistic
    • this condition has been attained, man finds himself in a new



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