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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • that man’s consciousness was very differently constituted
    • future yet other stages will be reached in which the conscious
    • class of human consciousness from that which exists in our
    • human consciousness was such that the old ‘dream
    • world upon the consciousness of the ancients, if we turn our
    • state, namely, dream consciousness. We all know those fluctuating
    • of conscious thought; dream visions, which in these days we find
    • our sleep consciousness runs its course pictorially in
    • a conscious condition belonging to a by-gone age in the grey and
    • The consciousness of the ancients was such that
    • primitive man was capable of intermediate conscious states,
    • so do I know that there exists another conscious condition
    • of the old clairvoyant consciousness, and it is now for mankind
    • man’s purely physical consciousness, his intellectuality
    • downward tendency of human consciousness. Evolution has a deeper
    • standard of normal human consciousness existing in their time.
    • surpassing the customary standard of human consciousness of their
    • consciousness in that dim and distant age.
    • yet conscious of the outer world. There is to-day no longer any
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • acquired different forms of consciousness, and that that order of
    • conscious apprehension which is ours to-day, with its scientific
    • present intellectual consciousness, there existed a clairvoyant
    • state that differed from our customary normal conscious
    • by slumber. Hence, the primeval consciousness of prehistoric man
    • ordinary life. But the old clairvoyant consciousness, which also
    • reality all clairvoyant consciousness, including the dream-state
    • externalized physical consciousness. It is for the possessor of
    • many transitionary stages between that of the consciousness of
    • the ancients, and our present-day objective conscious state. As
    • intellectual consciousness gradually developed in diverse ways
    • material existence, the ancient consciousness could find no words
    • was conscious.
    • in him a consciousness of actual relationship with that supreme
    • [the three ultimate modes of consciousness], Feeling, Willing and
    • fully conscious of an object, as a specific thing, when external
    • what the clairvoyant consciousness actually apprehended, when it
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • whereby the normal state of human consciousness was quite other
    • consciousness, which leads to the manner in which, during the
    • another form of conscious state. I have emphasized this point
    • In these days in which our consciousness mainly
    • with these ancient fluctuating visions a species of conscious
    • consciousness as recognized to-day. Because of this by-gone
    • consciousness. It has already been pointed out that there are
    • his intellect, and with which he is ever in direct and conscious
    • same time he was possessed of the Bodhisattva-consciousness, that
    • consciousness so imbued with inner wisdom garnered from previous
    • the above, with the Bodhisattva-consciousness. This supposition
    • all that his Bodhisattva-consciousness implied, and we can well
    • change was brought about by what may be termed his own conscious
    • subconscious mind with his being) took to itself a quality quite
    • that definite consciousness, which is ever active deep within us,
    • our accustomed consciousness; but beneath all awareness and
    • of a clairvoyant visioned consciousness, now no more extant, for
    • expected to use his present conscious power to such end that he
    • different conscious faculty, which faculty no longer exists, for
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • to that of our present-day intellectual consciousness.
    • reality of this ancient clairvoyant consciousness be proved
    • conscious state in order to account for these ancient myths and
    • a by-gone condition of human consciousness in which man could
    • evolved from a different form of conscious state; and it is just
    • to our present intellectual consciousness, which latter may be
    • form of intellectual consciousness, which acts through our power
    • the ancient clairvoyant forms of consciousness manifested in
    • it came about that the universal consciousness found expression
    • that a certain order of conscious-state may reappear and be found
    • consciousness. We cannot rightly comprehend these different
    • when man’s consciousness was still quickened by the old
    • form any conception of this primordial consciousness is by
    • intellectual consciousness. Primeval man, however, under the
    • consciousness changed and became in general ever more and more
    • consciousness which recognized that seven distinct faculties
    • Ego-consciousness, intellectuality, rationalism,
    • clairvoyant consciousness in the human race yet to come. I have
    • power, and the intellectual consciousness, will be found united.
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • that may be consciously apprehended, and the results of which can
    • forces of his soul could break in upon his conscious state. In
    • Ego’ — and it was this consciousness of the supersensible
    • up to that time. Then it was the subconscious forces in his soul
    • subconscious spirit reproached him, in other words, aroused in
    • Ego-consciousness has now left me — what am I to do?’ In
    • that he might awaken to a full consciousness of its true relation
    • she was conscious that she could not cope directly with Elijah.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • essence of this etheric nucleus is so low that unconsciousness
    • consciousness. While this sleep-life continued, the soul was able
    • penetrated into the consciousness of mankind. It was ordained
    • consciousness last of all. So that in pre-Christian times he had
    • thy conscious state if thou but rightly understandest that
    • awakening of the Divine consciousness which speaks through the
    • for they were only conscious of the Divine Spirit as it held
    • became conscious of this thought: — ‘When as an isolated
    • consciousness. It is the Christ-Impulse which has checked
    • deepest being does he become conscious of the Divine Essence —
  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • ‘I’ — a spiritually conscious and individualized
    • his conscious will. The Deity has, as it were, relinquished the
    • power of human consciousness in order that it shall advance
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • conscious perception in world-philosophy founded upon a solid
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • Revelations of the Unconscious, and Spiritual
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • evolving human consciousness can lead to the experience of the
    • reincarnation based on the awakening to self-consciousness of the
    • self-consciousness requires that the human soul-force of the Will
    • can now consciously create and determine its own destiny, its own
    • independent, self-conscious, human, Spiritual Being; the Tenth
    • "In the evolution of mankind consciousness
    • earliest stage in consciousness when man experienced the Thoughts
    • his earthly consciousness he descended on the paths of Thought
    • To become truly conscious of the working of
    • essential element of consciousness. In the descriptions here
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • evolution of consciousness and the central role of the Christ event in that
    • consciousness of all things pertaining to the external world, his
    • Consciousness, leave for a time the Etheric and Physical Bodies
    • maintain, what might be termed, conscious union with the latter
    • and it is the quality and power of the conscious union which
    • actual individual consciousness prevails, the personality
    • while conscious of that life which lies beyond man's normal



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