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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • understood concept, it is maintained that human individuality is
    • successive period between rebirth and death human individuality
    • connected with this subject. The first human individuality to
    • gradually relinquish his clairvoyant power in order that he might
    • manner; he pointed out, that in the same way as individual
    • realize and to feel, that in truth each individual man is an
    • that the Zarathustran theory was not a mere Dualism — a simple
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • follow the gradual development of man’s spirit, from epoch
    • successive periods of man’s development he gradually
    • during the gradual course of evolution, mankind passed through
    • intellectual consciousness gradually developed in diverse ways
    • their leaders in virtue of outstanding individualities and highly
    • from which the human being gradually developed. The Egyptian
    • dual, the one element being termed Osiris, while the other was
    • known as Isis; hence we have an Osiris-Isis duality. When we give
    • dualism, we at once find that we are involved in a process of
    • quarter day too soon. This difference gradually spread backward
    • ‘the divine gift of “clear seeing” gradually
    • science with religion. As this attitude waned it gradually
    • science while engaged in the gradual unfoldment of ancient
    • gradually be compelled to recede ever further and further from
    • those grand outstanding individualities — veritable leaders of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • law, as was then stated, during the gradual passing of time the
    • state out of which our present intellectuality gradually evolved.
    • for Buddhism in point of fact isolates the individual. Questions
    • intense longing manifested by individual man to be born again
    • gradually die out and eventually come to an end. Such
    • Buddha period, the attitude of individual man toward the
    • individual man; but rather must we realize that each one of us is
    • understanding there is a something ever active in each individual
    • the advance of Christian culture, humanity will gradually be
    • consciousness possessed by individual man of indissoluble
    • that is not merely confined to the isolated individual, but
    • development of their individual souls. Thus we have what may be
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • individualities of the past, such as those who have already
    • outstanding individuality, for through the Bible we are all
    • subject matter had gradually become welded together, in a form
    • methods of Spiritual Science and thus enter gradually and
    • considering the individualities of Zarathustra, Hermes and
    • of evolution the soul-life of man has gradually undergone a
    • the nature of their mission from their individual
    • individualities whom we meet again and again when we study the
    • acquired, slowly and gradually, through veritable experience of
    • and individuality of the soul, but regarded himself as wholly
    • Gradually the conceptions formed regarding the capacity of the
    • concerned with, and attracted to, its individual mission. It is
    • gradually undergoes a change, so that they appear interwoven with
    • individualities, together with profound meditation concerning
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • of the actual individual who was the bearer of this mysterious
    • information concerning the individuality of Elijah as came to the
    • of the nation, that the individuality known as the prophet Elijah
    • and were further quite aware that his outer individuality might
    • individuality of Elijah.
    • developed and perfected with regard to his individual character,
    • influenced Elisha in the same way as the individualities of those
    • the individual intelligence.
    • what we might term a duality of being as expressed in
    • given. It is the dual state of Naboth’s being while the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • spiritual state, gradually changed into that of a lower and
    • highly developed human individuality to Whom historical research
    • but nevertheless possessed of human individuality.
    • purely intimate individual soul development, has come about
    • gradually during the evolution of mankind, and was not known in
    • individual quality acquire the power of spiritual discernment, in
    • approached gradually and the necessary preparation had extended
    • which is common to both individual man and the entire
    • spiritual power which has fashioned the individual qualities of
    • Principle of Divine Spirit which each individual man, because
    • operative in such manner as to bring about his gradual
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • ‘I’ — a spiritually conscious and individualized
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • outlined through the five individuals selected. Each one of them
    • places him in the same firmament as the five individuals he
    • be trained in freedeeds, so that the truly free, individual Self
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • actual individual consciousness prevails, the personality



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