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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • that we must look back over an extremely long period. According
    • a conscious condition belonging to a by-gone age in the grey and
    • belonging to a different region — a spiritual realm — related
    • to regain and cultivate this long-lost power. Then in the future
    • great cultural progress of humanity. His influence has long ago
    • We now realize that Zarathustra belonged
    • yet conscious of the outer world. There is to-day no longer any
    • grasp. Let us take as an example a circle; if we pass along the
    • the opposite point above, if, however, we go along the other
    • awaken bitter feeling, namely: — I assert that before long it
    • term ‘nerve’ can no longer be applied, is the actual
    • after it had acted as an inspiration to humanity for a long
    • through colours and through sounds. Just so long as these play a
    • part during our meditations, so long do we keep within us, an
    • leaders among the people of the South can make no advance along
    • with longing from afar, and ye from near at hand — mark my
    • conquer the Spirit of Good. Too long hath his vile breath
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • souls of men in that now long distant past.
    • which had lived for a long time in one house, died, there was
    • sea. The goddess Isis, wife and sister of Osiris, sought long her
    • within me a longing for spiritual things; a longing for that true
    • experiences of seers belonging to the remote past. Further, they
    • me; these, however, belong to a primordial world — to a by-gone
    • It is this Isis-Force which — so long as man
    • entity, no longer limited by his external relation to humanity,
    • stilled. In thought we hark back beyond three long Cosmic
    • in the beauty of the Lotus-Flower; and lastly, distributed along
    • forces, which had lived on unchanged over a long period, had
    • manifestations of long perished civilizations, and that all human
    • Man has long believed that if we trace
    • tyros, they must have had behind them long traditions, long
    • to by Rudolf Steiner, which endured just so long as its people
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • religion, or perhaps more correctly, the longing felt by many for
    • which was followed by the long drawn out evolution of our
    • back with sorrow and longing to the loss of the old clairvoyant
    • taking him still further along the downward path, while each
    • finally recurrent earth life is no longer essential to his
    • intense longing manifested by individual man to be born again
    • belong, not only lapsed from its former higher spiritual
    • longer apprehend them in their truth and reality; we must turn
    • would apprehend it in all its verity; man would then no longer
    • world be no longer an illusion, a vision of unreality, but a
    • different conscious faculty, which faculty no longer exists, for
    • termed an ‘Unconscious Buddhism’, which has long
    • material conditions no longer exists and that herein lies the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • owing to its influence it became for a long period a dominating
    • ordained should, for a long period, supersede that ancient
    • controls and regulates their existence. This faculty is no longer
    • realities of Nature, and could no longer foretell from the
    • they could no longer foretell what would come to pass. The power
    • discernment which they had so long enjoyed had all but vanished,
    • bewildered, the old clairvoyant consciousness could no longer be
    • that it could no longer be relied upon; and because it was
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • previous years. A large number of my audience who, through long
    • they could no longer believe in His works when they saw how He
    • drank of the waters of the brook so long as any remained; and
    • inner Ego a new life, for it may no longer remain as it now is.
    • house which belonged to the widow. But in reality the inner truth
    • such an example before us, we need no longer imagine that the
    • henceforth his outer physical life was no longer safe. He must
    • We now know that these predictions belonged to a
    • had most desired’. Now Elijah longed that his spirit might
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • fact that the questions involved belong to the greatest of all
    • again descended upon our earth, where already for a long
    • results obtained from deep and earnest study along these lines,
    • a long period, in order that the supreme spiritual leaders in the
    • does the human soul belong.’ But when it came to pass that
    • fundamental to the world’s history. As long as man refuses
    • future generations — just so long will he remain unable to
    • no longer degrade the Gospels by discovering in them four
    • long been so regarded are in reality but upon the surface of the
    • plan of earnest training and development. He will no longer
    • implied is that the longing to be at one with the Christ Spirit
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • modern requirements. No longer can there be a mere reaching back,
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Michael goes upward again along the paths by

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