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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • When we consider the characteristics of such a
    • condition of mankind will vary considerably from its normal state
    • to certain modern researches, he is considered to be a
    • in a dream. Let us now consider for a moment this other horizon
    • light-giving mass when considered as such, merely the external
    • and considered this element as important to our spiritual
    • Before we turn to a consideration of these
    • Let us consider for a moment the course of
    • side, we come to the same point. When we consider a larger
    • future, in the other into the past, and when we consider an
    • considered in this connection. First, when the passage of the sun
    • those which influence the animal kingdom, so do we consider the
    • consider their forces as being, so to speak, condensed in man,
    • following manner; we consider it as symbolized by the antithesis
    • considered as culminating in the one great contrast of Good and
    • take into consideration the various factors to which we have
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • such lengths that certain animals were considered as holy, and
    • order to follow this mental process we have only to consider the
    • activity. For instance, we might consider that activity should be
    • concerning Osiris and Isis from the following considerations]: —
    • considered that the positions of the various orbs in space were
    • Egyptians. They considered that at some future period its
    • their fashion — when thou considerest the plants, the inner life
    • attention to the following statement: — If we consider the
    • Consider the world of minerals and of rocks — here we find those
    • considering these ancient peoples we must ever have regard for
    • most elementary form, but, on the contrary, we must consider the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • life of the Western nations. Let us consider for a moment that
    • once realize when we consider that the aim of Buddhism is
    • law in human evolution which we met with when we were considering
    • concerning a former union with the Spirit-World. If we consider
    • conception, if we would consider it as having a place in a
    • Let us now consider what took place at that time
    • and dissolution. If we consider the way in which he must have
    • consider also the peculiar characteristics and circumstances
    • following may be considered as the Christian’s point of
    • consideration varying mood during this period of decadence. If
    • path. He considers that this change to Maya is the direct result
    • once said: — ‘When your carefully considered and worthy
    • When we consider man’s evolution, we find
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • we are about to consider, the matter presents a wholly different
    • knowledge of their alleged origin, is considered by those who
    • When, for instance, we consider the conception of
    • considering the individualities of Zarathustra, Hermes and
    • consideration the fact that it does not merely consist of a
    • When we consider the above concepts, we begin to
    • In these days, if we consider the centre of our
    • consideration of the example and works of lofty spiritual
    • considered to be seven in number, namely, music, grammar,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • consider Elijah from the stand-point of Spiritual Science. Viewed
    • We are now about to consider an example of this
    • consideration, but your thoughts should at all times be guided by
    • however, to take into consideration the simple and unassuming
    • plunge even yet more profoundly into the consideration of those
    • it is there related that for a considerable period during
    • I am about to consider is of much greater moment.
    • which is as follows: — ‘Consider whether thou possessest
    • Elijah-Naboth. Let us therefore briefly consider the events
    • the following considerations.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • for our consideration to-day has aroused an interest in the
    • We have already seen while considering various
    • enlightening to consider briefly those lofty Christ-concepts
    • When considering the question of the Origin of
    • Christianity, the ancient gnosis considered of especial import in
    • Christ was then active, and it considered that He
    • Jesus through this sacred baptism, which event we may consider as
    • definitely that we must not consider a particular man [Jesus of
    • have only to consider the spiritual life of the present
    • considered as a man — although a man transcendent in
    • study became ever more and more incredible, when considered in
    • ‘ideas’ are not what historians consider them to be,
    • they were then considered to be, but which in this lecture we
    • When we consider the sleep-state in the light of
    • must, nevertheless, in a certain sense, be considered as active
    • considering, Spiritual Science is again disposed to associate
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • upon due and proper consideration, he freely acknowledged the
    • thought failed to take into consideration the requirements of the
    • consider their appeal. Never, so he said, would he do otherwise



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