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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • during its enfoldment in the course of repeated earth-lives. It
    • of the ancient founder of Persian religion must have lived a
    • in reality they lived in a life of imagery. The visions which
    • then it was that he lived in the presence of the Spirit-World,
    • a spiritual realm, where he lived in the soul, and that when he
    • historical record. Zarathustra lived in that same remote age, and
    • Zarathustra lived at least 8000 years before the
    • essentially to those Great Ones in whose souls lived a measure of
    • interest because he lived in a territory, contiguous upon its
    • words have lived on in the moving poetry of the Vedas, in their
    • alone. But from that period on, in which the Greeks lived, that
    • way originated the teachings of the Holy Rishis, which live on in
    • the plants, the animals, that which lives in the air and in the
    • of the Indian mystics regarded this earth upon which we live as
    • wellbeing of plants and animals, and all that lives upon the face
    • permeates and lives throughout the universe, continues active in
    • mystic contemplation and to dreaming, but to live in a world
    • endure and live throughout the ages, and will smooth the upward
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • endeavour to picture and live in the atmosphere and conditions
    • believed that in him the primeval wisdom of the old Hermes lived
    • which had lived for a long time in one house, died, there was
    • grey dawn of primeval times lived in the region where man now
    • which I come still live within me, and that the best of these are
    • past, before I came to this state, I lived wholly in a spiritual
    • the beginning I have lived a life which compared to this physical
    • flowed in upon us from Osiris and from Isis, and lives unseen
    • lives. He must learn to know that change from the physical
    • who according to Egyptian tradition, lived upon the Earth in the
    • faded, until in this fourth stage in which we now live it is weak
    • forces, which had lived on unchanged over a long period, had
    • throughout the evolution of humanity. Then are our lives
    • The above lecture was delivered in Berlin on the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • since that period in which Schopenhauer lived, the interest taken
    • recurrent earth lives, to which concept we have often referred in
    • repeated earth lives, or as we term it, Reincarnation, forms a
    • recurring earth lives, and the reduction of their number as far
    • that the repetition of our earthly lives was proof that benefit
    • bring to maturity the fruits of our by-gone earthly lives. The
    • expectation of recurrent earth lives, calls to us, saying, —
    • of our earth lives we have at last freed ourselves from the need
    • power, in order that man might not be compelled to work and live,
    • shall come into men’s lives something of the ancient primal
    • repeated earth lives, to the dignity of Buddhahood, if we may so
    • lives.
    • which lived within him, but was as yet not fully developed. He
    • experiences of our earth lives, and which we store within us as
    • knowledge and learning for the path which leads to deliverance
    • lives, he then realizes that he may use this wisdom for the
    • Paul: — ‘Yet not I but Christ liveth in me’
    • St. Paul, — ‘Yet not I, but Christ liveth in me,’
    • a higher consciousness liveth in me.’ The Christian
    • does not only imply deliverance, but actual resurrection; for
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • bring about the conditions in which we now live, that we can
    • capable of exerting, and which has lived in the hearts and souls
    • lived at the time of the founding of Christianity, we realize at
    • manner to that which was active and could live in man’s
    • passed. Henceforth, the race, if it should continue to live on,
    • which were implanted by Moses, was not destined to live on merely
    • and they knew not how to live in the new intellectual conscious
    • St. Paul: — ‘Yet not I, but Christ liveth in Me’
    • intellection was destined to live on throughout the ages yet to
    • existence, the Ego must live in contact with physical things.
    • St. Paul’s words: — ‘Yet not I, but Christ liveth in
    • it could realize that all things that live and weave throughout
    • The words of the great poet live again, in
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • period in which he lived. Since, however, my lecture must of
    • world, whether we live in happiness or are beset with sorrows and
    • land-owner who lived so near him, and gave no thought as to why
    • the manner and way in which he was now to live. It seemed to his
    • him as if his personality went to live in the upper part of the
    • had always lived and flowed within his innermost being, and to
    • the spirit of Elijah he said: — ‘As the Lord liveth, and
    • as thy soul liveth, I will not leave thee.’ Then Elijah
    • Elijah-Naboth did in truth live on in the being of
    • that Elijah lived in the time of King Ahab, and that during a
    • and say to him: — ‘As the Lord God of Israel liveth,
    • In the above lecture, which was delivered in
    • necessary to gain the consent of the King. Now Naboth lived near
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • (delivered in the Architektenhaus) will doubtless have made clear
    • carefully observe the lives of other people, using those methods
    • turning-point in their lives. A situation of this nature may
    • abiding in the man Jesus of Nazareth, has lived on through the
    • gnostic concepts still lived on, and were yet further developed
    • actually lived at the beginning of our Christian spiritual life.
    • assumption, which claims that Jesus never lived, is thereby
    • can live in the Spirit-World, even as the human counterpart lives
    • mankind, lives in me.’ It was in this way that the separate
    • Divine Essence which has lived and flowed in the blood of all
    • pertaining to Redemption, Deliverance and Reincarnation, among
  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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    • SIX LECTURES DELIVERED IN BERLIN
  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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    • SIX LECTURES DELIVERED IN
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • the public lectures delivered at the Architektenhaus in Berlin in
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • in the Philharmonic Hall that he delivered his address on
    • further lectures to be delivered in Germany stated, that
    • Rudolf Steiner had delivered before general audiences in
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • In these six public lectures, delivered in Berlin
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • discourses delivered by Rudolf Steiner in Berlin, during the
    • The works of Rudolf Steiner will live on, and as



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