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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • in olden times mankind obtained a clear inner vision of the
    • energy of his soul, and the capacities latent in his inner being,
    • evolved within the inner being, and those essential to the course
    • found expression through Buddha, was achieved by inner
    • inner soul forces might be strengthened: — Thus did man press on
    • works and weaves as the Inner Spirit of the Universe, — In this
    • deeper and deeper within his inner being, there to find a
    • manifestation of an inner spiritual sun.’ In the same way
    • While the Indians mystically searched their inner
    • during that inner struggle to attain to perfection, and the
    • within his very being; but before he can attain to the inner
    • inner being. The Indian came to the conclusion that this could
    • of the Devas, and which because of your inner egoism, would hold
    • there rings forth the inner impulse of his mission, and we feel
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • ourselves over to inner contemplation and are moved by the
    • Spirit-World and the inner relation of the soul’s character
    • outer physical one, but the true inner man who has ever the
    • at hand whereby we may break through to this inner power and
    • ‘Thou shalt descend into thine own inner being — but first
    • their fashion — when thou considerest the plants, the inner life
    • descended into their innermost being, have been fundamentally the
    • real inner experience is connected with the blood, as formed by
    • man takes the initial step and comes upon the world of his inner
    • doors shalt thou enter thy blood and thy innermost being.’
    • regarded man’s inner form from an external
    • If we would indeed know man’s innermost
    • the pyramids; while the inner forces of plant-life are expressed
    • their being in the gifts which are of the inner forces of the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • human existence there is ever an inner voice, which in actual
    • profound inner satisfaction and bliss from the full realization
    • inner illumination, symbolically portrayed in the words,
    • consciousness so imbued with inner wisdom garnered from previous
    • concerning the inner nature of life’s misery and distress,
    • with the thought of ‘The Fall’ there is an inner
    • Such, then, is the true inner self that we have
    • The innermost essence of Buddhism is best
    • own act, enveloped the inner being as with a veil. The idea of
    • within his innermost being those qualities which are prerequisite
    • represented as a dove, which entered into His innermost
    • It is in such a metamorphosis that we find the inner meaning of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • external physical happenings — but refer only to the inner
    • soul’s action and inner workings.
    • graphic portrayal of his inner soul-life and soul-experiences.
    • the soul’s inner conflicts. It is in this wise alone that
    • withhold their innermost nature from the apprehension of mankind,
    • and homogeneous bond of inner soul-life — the life of the true
    • experience of inner development; in other words, was especially
    • upon the world, and gain enlightenment through inner intellectual
    • its revelation can alone take place in the innermost and holiest
    • forget an inner vision which I once experienced and which I have
    • the wood-shed, there suddenly came to me an inner vision flashed
    • innermost being, and the very novelty of which caused minor
    • tone of his innermost soul-being.
    • man’s innermost being. But during the course of earthly
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • direst want and affliction, nevertheless, through those inner
    • innermost being of Elijah. It is therefore of the utmost
    • whose innermost being Elijah’s spirit worked] is known by
    • affected. In the initial stage there is an inner progressive
    • difficult to describe those inner experiences of the soul which
    • that his first inner experience would be the clear apprehension
    • the nature of inner experiences; they are neither dreams nor
    • appear; these indicate that inner progress has now so far
    • inner contemplation of that God who had revealed Himself to him
    • clear to him by a sign which came during an inner vision. This
    • important among those inner experiences which he was destined to
    • inner-life experiences, assumed the following form — Naboth
    • utterly the nature of thine inner being, even to the most
    • inner Ego a new life, for it may no longer remain as it now is.
    • it was not entirely of the nature of an inner soul-happening,
    • spiritual significance. It is ever the pure inner workings of the
    • house which belonged to the widow. But in reality the inner truth
    • had always lived and flowed within his innermost being, and to
    • might acquire that inner strength necessary to come before the
    • an inner force, such as would stir the multitude. Then
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • representing in very imperfect and elementary manner an inner
    • attributes, and therefrom arose a Godlike inner life shedding
    • innermost being of Jesus of Nazareth — that glorious and most
    • that were latent within his innermost being.
    • spirit, and calls for inner upliftment of the soul for its
    • the Divine inner nature of mankind — but even so, to be
    • figure, and that during such state the power of the true inner
    • inner forces of the soul were thereby strengthened and
    • innermost soul, which could henceforth rise of its own effort,
    • time again in the innermost sanctuaries of the Temples, memories
    • innermost being, for there abideth the true Ego.
    • forces which appertain to his innermost being. Hence the Jew
    • himself in his innermost soul, and cry out, I
    • opposite attitude. The soul, through its constant inner striving,
    • must first undergo a development of inner-life so that he may
    • glorious realities of man’s inner life in a serious light
    • inner Christ-Experience and rebirth of soul, brought about by
    • of the Christ-Impulse, such inner experience could occur only
    • profound mystery of the inner Christ-Experience; for as the eye
    • could be no such mysterious subjective inner experience as will
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • that were oft-times entirely at variance with my own inner
    • Christ-Mystery, of which he had both inner knowledge and
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • The Development of our Inner Powers.
    • The Development of our Inner Powers.
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • the etheric body; here they only manifest an inner quickness,
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • methods may be employed to obtain inner illumination and guidance
    • eyes are opened and his inner vision reveals to him the presence
    • of man's inner being through the uplifting of the soul --

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