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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • indeed potent and become absorbed over and over again by the Ego
    • indeed emanated from its great spirit. Herein lies the true
    • realize that there is indeed a most profound significance
    • realize that he was indeed a Spirit, who in bygone times brought
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • It is indeed significant that a man of such
    • that in olden times man could indeed penetrate far into the
    • might say from outside sources, seem very strange indeed. Various
    • perceptual existence, was indeed of the spirit.’
    • nevertheless, we are indeed come from the world of Osiris and of
    • their whole soul-life. The soul may indeed incline towards
    • disposition. If, indeed, we can but pierce this dark veil, then
    • respect to himself, if he would indeed comprehend the actuality
    • and that he was able to realize that he was indeed a spiritual
    • — he was instructed even in the deeds of everyday life, and in
    • Surveying; indeed, he instructed them in all things needful for
    • indeed exalted, and whom they regarded with the most profound
    • If we would indeed know man’s innermost
    • whose deeds is cast a veil impenetrable to external
    • Then, indeed, shall we be led back to those great personalities
    • world, but weaves beneath all earthly deeds, and is ever active
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • If we would indeed look into the true character and nature of
    • peoples would cry out: — ‘We are indeed now come into a
    • spiritual gift which had passed away, and was indeed
    • Deception‘, which is indeed Maya. It is also understandable
    • which caused him to exclaim: — ‘Man may indeed be
    • spiritual realm. While we are yet here we may indeed be exalted,
    • veritable wisdom, indeed, so little of this quality is manifested
    • eternal bliss. There is, indeed, no possibility of picturing that
    • indeed so far removed from such a concept that we can find no
    • indeed, could any other trend of thought underlie a philosophy
    • and true. But because, when I descended upon this earth my deeds
    • of man’s deeds, and the manner in which he regards the
    • would indeed reach the ultimate goal of our existence, then must
    • may compensate for misdeeds enacted while in possession of a
    • indeed the will is there, is for him to raise himself upward from
    • it possible for him to atone for that primeval deed, committed by
    • perform a deed which shall quicken and make fruitful, all that in
    • here indeed can be no mere repetition. Such consciousness is an
    • Christ, Whose deed has reclaimed him from the consequences of
    • is indeed everlasting.’
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • indeed has been altered with regard to the general impression
    • which we become aware that his deeds even yet touch a chord
    • in many and varying forms. If we would indeed understand all that
    • reality of such mystic personalities, but that they have indeed
    • these forces became especially active, so much so indeed, that
    • manifestations. He was indeed the recipient of that first initial
    • then does he indeed realize that through those wondrous words —
    • indeed the founder of a new and universal mode of intellectual
    • a manner that Job might well have doubted whether indeed the
    • if he but remain steadfast, he may indeed triumph over that which
    • we would indeed receive the eternal spirit within our being, then
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • deeds, the characteristics, the greatness of this outstanding
    • the medium of his flaming words and self-sacrificing deeds. In
    • But no man knew rightly, or had indeed any idea, in what way this
    • be termed, had now indeed come down to them from the by-gone days
    • man when he indeed apprehends and realizes his own true
    • indeed, we can speak of progress in connection with the
    • reasonably believe that his soul has indeed acquired new powers.
    • pondered thus: — ’If thou wouldest indeed become worthy of
    • fulfil my mission in this physical world, should my death indeed
    • time that he was indeed a faithful adherent of Elijah’s,
    • indeed ascend to the higher regions where the spirit of Elijah
    • caused Elisha to realize that he might now indeed become the true
    • thoughts and concepts. We also realize that the life and deeds of
    • physical world, should my death indeed be brought about through
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • momentous indeed in relation to that enlightenment which came
    • origin. Then indeed they may say: — ‘That which has now
    • by the deeds of this beloved Redeemer that we find a dim echo of
    • initiates in the Mystery-Sanctuaries. Indeed, we first begin to
    • If we would indeed understand the Gospels, we
    • exclaim: — ‘My soul is indeed rooted in the Divine. It is
    • indeed was a glorious initiation truly consummated — to stand
    • Spirit which even now speaks through the Ego, when man has indeed
    • descendants of Abraham, who was indeed our father. See to it that
    • centre of his being. It was because of this transcendent deed
    • is indeed MAN. He who would gain knowledge of the fundamental
    • indeed have developed within himself those things fundamental to
    • most holy essence, flowing in upon the world, which is indeed
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • he decided upon this altruistic deed, which in itself implied a
    • spiritual paths. Humanity owes, indeed, a great and inestimable
    • further shore. Hence, the personality which has indeed made ready
    • understanding, fully realized that here, indeed, was an
    • he himself advocated. There was indeed universal rejoicing; and
    • Theosophy’. It was indeed essential that
    • but a man of deeds with a penetrating flashing glance as
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Steiner  -- a small part, indeed, in relation to the
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • indeed, been an earnest endeavour to counteract the
    • publish all the lectures was for him, indeed, a severe
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • be trained in freedeeds, so that the truly free, individual Self
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • Marie Steiner, is indeed a fitting foreword to the beauty and the

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