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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
    • development great and important changes take place, especially as
    • refer to this matter, that in ancient times the development of
    • be developed except at the expense of some other attribute; hence
    • his development has run its course he will again return to the
    • On the other hand, if we develop those powers
    • of cultural progress. In primeval times man’s development
    • region, develops both qualities of power in his soul.
    • first developed into man. It was this unclean and half-animal
    • therefore be developed and expanded, in order that the world may
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • follow the gradual development of man’s spirit, from epoch
    • modern scientific development, have been moved to express the
    • successive periods of man’s development he gradually
    • intellectual consciousness gradually developed in diverse ways
    • developed clairvoyant faculties, could gaze far into the
    • source, to be a guide and a benefit in the development of
    • from which the human being gradually developed. The Egyptian
    • order that I might develop therein. I know of a verity that in
    • towards the development of such powers as enabled the Soul-Forces
    • developed and become active.
    • supersensible powers, and developed under their guidance. From
    • history of this by-gone and highly developed civilization,
    • them to develop their remarkable civilization. He further said:
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • of universal development and progress in the Middle Ages. This
    • spiritual development we find ourselves confronted with a
    • of our wisdom, and our science — was first developed from
    • incarnations. Hence, as he developed, during life’s
    • wisdom which underlies development in all being, there is an
    • which lived within him, but was as yet not fully developed. He
    • development and progress; and because of this enlightenment,
    • development, and he is freed therefrom for evermore.
    • represent decline, while development and evolution in earthly
    • surety not developed in my being alone, for similar factors were
    • a certain event in the world’s development, the effects of
    • development we find nothing in Christianity corresponding to
    • form during the further development of mankind.
    • single circumstance to which its historical development (taken
    • development is shown in the advance from the ancient Eastern
    • significance of man’s evolution and development.
    • development of their individual souls. Thus we have what may be
    • feebleness of will and want of faith, faith, born of undeveloped
    • but thou art capable of developing thyself.’ Resignation of
    • point of his mundane development has not yet been attained. Such
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • That movement towards true spiritual development,
    • development, greater enlightenment, a more advanced stage of
    • connection with the evolution and development of man; and that
    • whole course of man’s progress and development there is
    • development of humanity; and all that was embodied therein was
    • pertained to the growth and development of the Egyptian mission.
    • development has ever reached outward, until it has now become
    • developed, knows that this particular style is always indicative
    • spheres he must pass through certain stages of soul development,
    • mankind. We might well indicate this concept by developing a
    • occurred during the life-development of Moses; and we realize
    • developed and told in such manner that external happenings are
    • evolution and development of the human race. Beings who stand
    • historical development of humanity.
    • experience of inner development; in other words, was especially
    • mankind to unfold and develop those soul-forces which it was
    • developing their understanding and intellect through the medium
    • facts knows that, during the course of development, man’s
    • develop the soul of Moses, in order that he might be in a
    • The continued spiritual development of that
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • facts connected with the growth and development of mankind, which
    • self-education and self-development. It is most extremely
    • development of the soul is accomplished through different stages.
    • clairvoyant development of a personality such as I have described
    • a more advanced stage of development in relation to the
    • developed and perfected with regard to his individual character,
    • development.
    • develop and mature the hidden forces of his soul, so that it
    • successor must henceforth develop and perfect his inner being,
    • the steps which he must take toward his soul’s development
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • development in the field of Spiritual Science, are wholly
    • associated and concerned with the evolution and development of
    • gnostic point of view, that when man had so far developed as to
    • development in the material plane, and it was his mission to show
    • development after he had descended upon the material plane. The
    • highly developed human individuality to Whom historical research
    • progress and development of humanity — namely, The Christ. That
    • historic growth and development. It is therefore not to be
    • which is developed even in the story of his childhood. In this
    • of development led mankind to a point where, as one might say,
    • gnostic concepts still lived on, and were yet further developed
    • evolution and the development of Nations and of Peoples. That is
    • and do not develop force and exhibit power. The whole process of
    • of human growth and development. Behind all that is revealed in
    • development of mankind in the by-gone days of the ancient
    • laying down of spiritual foundations for the development of
    • that particular form of development through which the soul is
    • purely intimate individual soul development, has come about
    • development in pre-Christian times, we realize that it was ever
    • The souls of men were not so fully developed in
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • the necessity for the development of Western methods, suitable to
    • of development in the unfolding of the human spirit are clearly
    • towards the development and extension of the scientific
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • The Development of our Inner Powers.
    • The Development of our Inner Powers.
    • The Practical Development of our Thinking
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Mankind's spiritual development. His objective, to show how
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • development of mankind, and to throw the light of Spiritual
    • directed toward spiritual unfoldment, and an ethical development
    • expound and develop a Christian interpretation of the Gospels and
    • the development of mankind.



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