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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • fact that the span of man’s life on earth is destined to
    • regards the life of the human soul, the nature of human
    • contemporary of Buddha; the approximate date of his life being
    • in reality they lived in a life of imagery. The visions which
    • definite in their manifestation of a spirit life and of spiritual
    • realize this outer physical world and this perceptual life, even
    • of that epoch marked by the life of the Grecian race, these two
    • the source of all earthly phenomena, life, and activity, while
    • spread life throughout the whole universe, and which flow into
    • in those nerves which stimulate the lower soul-life of man; in
    • essence — hardly appear in the spiritual life of our time,
    • man’s conception of spiritual life. Where the Greek writers
    • facts of life, will disappear, when that wholly different
    • into the life of the people.
    • and to obtain a true understanding of the proper conduct of life.
    • asserts that the Zarathustran method for the conduct of life
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • ancient Egyptian culture and spiritual life is of especial
    • related to the active cultural life of Egypt, which date back to
    • ordinary life. But the old clairvoyant consciousness, which also
    • with which we are familiar in every-day life, when we merely open
    • said, any Roman who killed a cat went in danger of his life,
    • regarding certain laws which govern spiritual life, and are set
    • of material life, was said to have an enemy whom the Greeks
    • the life-current emanating from Osiris, which would continue to
    • mind, we can alone give life to the sentiments and thoughts
    • of earth-life it entered into physical bodily existence in
    • realm, where my life was confused, dim and instinctive in
    • the beginning I have lived a life which compared to this physical
    • me life and is within, underlies the mysterious bond existing
    • their whole soul-life. The soul may indeed incline towards
    • ethical factors of its life, nor affecting its fate or state of
    • life.
    • life to Sacred Service.
    • the experiences of daily life, but nevertheless, we have a means
    • their fashion — when thou considerest the plants, the inner life
    • experiences of his very life, and he heard a voice saying: —
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • life of the Western nations. Let us consider for a moment that
    • right on into our own period. When we examine his life, his
    • Western spiritual life, we learn that the idea of repeated
    • observation and reflection concerning life in connection with
    • course of our normal human life, we now regard all things around
    • have in the chaotic disorder of our dream-life, a last remnant —
    • there arose a spiritual life which is entirely comprehensible,
    • eliminate from his earthly life all that was spread around him in
    • Indian spiritual life can we realize the significance of that
    • evening sky of Indian soul-life, but a few centuries before the
    • into the royal house of Suddhodana; and because his life was ever
    • antagonistic to human prosperity in life’s progress. It was
    • incarnations. Hence, as he developed, during life’s
    • beheld a corpse — and he realized on seeing this body that life
    • life’s procreative and fruitful progress. He next came upon
    • an ailing and feeble man; and knew that disease enters upon life.
    • that he cried out: — ‘Life is full of
    • of life, and now for the first time beheld the elements of decay
    • life, but something quite apart and distinctive in
    • come to him the idea of plenteous benefits; but in life we behold
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • feel that our whole soul life plays a part in the collective
    • actually a figurative portrayal of the soul-life of the
    • events glided into portrayals relative to soul-life.
    • life’s work cannot, however, be fully understood unless we
    • of evolution the soul-life of man has gradually undergone a
    • active in our soul-life.
    • life came upon the world endowed with certain Divine gifts which
    • external life into a soul touched with the attributes of
    • occurred during the life-development of Moses; and we realize
    • graphic portrayal of his inner soul-life and soul-experiences.
    • patriarch. Thus do we find that all outer life-experiences
    • soul-life.
    • the seven active spiritual forces of soul-life in the seven
    • and homogeneous bond of inner soul-life — the life of the true
    • with the Moses-impulse which still exists in our soul-life and
    • mid-point of soul-life, the Ego. There works the spirit of the
    • with the weaving and the life of the spirit, in the same way as
    • soul-life, it appears to be of extremely poor content, in spite
    • of the fact that this content represents our most intense life
    • soul-life, but mankind cannot be so aware of this particular
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • be recognized externally as forming a part of life’s
    • experiences of the external phenomena of life. In those days it
    • life.
    • life’s happenings be set against such trust. Mankind must
    • appeared before him, and it was full of life, and a voice said:
    • the soul’s eternal life.’ In this vision, which was
    • inner-life experiences, assumed the following form — Naboth
    • inner Ego a new life, for it may no longer remain as it now is.
    • to life. Then did he gain more courage to stimulate and quicken
    • his life he was known as a remarkable and trenchant preacher, and
    • henceforth his outer physical life was no longer safe. He must
    • roundabout course of the soul’s life during those periods
    • as had been the case during the physical life of his great
    • thoughts and concepts. We also realize that the life and deeds of
    • present period. Never can we read the deep secrets of the life
    • make not thy life as the life of one of them by to-morrow about
    • not thy life as the life of one of them by to-morrow about this
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • only a slight study of spiritual life, that the subject chosen
    • life.
    • spiritual life and spiritual reality. If we understand this
    • forces of soul-life.
    • attributes, and therefrom arose a Godlike inner life shedding
    • Holy Spirit creating in Him a new-born life, that the ancient
    • of a special turning-point occurring in the life of a human soul,
    • state of the human soul and the various conditions of social life
    • have only to consider the spiritual life of the present
    • life.’ Thus it is that even in our time mankind for the
    • Jesus-life-research. The results of this mode of thought and
    • in the direction of what we have termed Jesus-life-research, and
    • actually lived at the beginning of our Christian spiritual life.
    • life of Jesus of Nazareth, as may be used to demonstrate the
    • to reconstruct the life of Jesus of Nazareth from the results of
    • apparent that in spite of every effort to picture the life of
    • human evolution would be lifeless and spiritless if it proceeded
    • of his intimate soul-life, may verily raise himself above his
    • time entered upon a psychic existence, a kind of sleep-life,
    • consciousness. While this sleep-life continued, the soul was able
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • revivifying life, which would yet become all-potent in the
    • future. He that would bring this life to humanity, must himself
    • to March, 1902, he spoke concerning German Spiritual Life in
    • evolution of man's spiritual life from the oldest times to the
    • pointed to the hidden choked up stream of German spiritual life,
    • of being unable to grasp the meaning of this earthly life, and to
    • turning away from true life, and an increased egotism in a soul
    • at the Beginning of Modern Spiritual Life, which were
    • at the Beginning of Modern Spiritual Life and
    • Body and Soul. How can we study the life of
    • attempt was actually made upon his life by the Communist
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Brotherhood, and the Battle of Life.
    • Superperceptual and its significance in Life.
    • The Life of Man and Spiritual Science.
    • Practical Life.
    • Life and Death.
    • Death and Eternal Life in the light of Spiritual
    • of Life and the Riddle of Death.
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • The Moral Foundations of Human Life.
    • Spiritual Science as Life's Heritage.
    • The Soul of Man in Life and Death in the light of
    • Examples of Austrian Spiritual Life in the
    • through German Spiritual Life.
    • Perfection in Soul Life and Spiritual
    • Nietzsche's Soul Life, and Richard Wagner; up to
    • Spirit, Matter, Life, and Death, with regard to
    • Destiny, and The Passage of Life. Deliberations and
    • German Spiritual Life.
    • (Anthroposophy); Life, Death, and the Immortality of
    • Spiritual Science Observations, and Life
    • The Riddle of Life's History in the light of
    • Life in Art and Art in Life in the light of
    • The Vital Claims of Life: From the Standpoint of
    • The Ethical Life of Man, as viewed by Spiritual
    • Everyday Life in the light of Spiritual Science.
    • The Basis of Modern National Life in the light of
    • Social and Anti-Social Influences in the Life of
    • Anthroposophy in the Science and Life of the Present
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  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Having spent a lifetime presenting these past
    • Spirit, soul and life. At a second stage he experienced the
    • soul and life. At a third stage he experienced the Thoughts in
    • and life in human Thought recedes, man's own Will comes to life.
    • Hence in the working of his own life man could not be
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • in the conduct of life.
    • while conscious of that life which lies beyond man's normal
    • himself to that higher sphere of life in which they
    • man's life in the material world. But the power and the quality

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