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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • to that which is material, and where I do of a verity experience
    • leads behind the veil which is spread around us by our material
    • not to draw away from the material world, but to pass
    • detail, the hidden workings of the Spirit in all material things,
    • to say: — ‘There before us spreads a material world,
    • material phenomena. Zarathustra, like all other great
    • only consist of a material body — such is but an outer
    • over him (especially if he is materialistic in thought) when he
    • all that is material in this perceptual world, beyond those
    • expression in our material world? In order to understand this
    • dispositions in the material world, and are regarded as that
    • merely external and material.
    • in our present age, but transformed into material terms, that
    • the case in our materialism.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • physical world, but to that realm which lies beyond all material
    • opinion in the materialistic circles of to-day), but were in
    • legends, not from the point of view of modern materialistic
    • vision became limited to that which is of the material world, and
    • of material life, was said to have an enemy whom the Greeks
    • material environment in which it now functions; at the beginning
    • character. It was ordained that I be clothed with a material
    • enter the material form; these elements can be physically
    • material existence, the ancient consciousness could find no words
    • world, in which manifest material things and physical happenings,
    • which are of the external perceptual world, and his material form
    • his present material state, and bring him back once more to
    • him (even though he remain outwardly a physical man in a material
    • into the material world, but remained as if concealed in the
    • enshrouded by all that is material in man’s physical
    • to the superphysical outlook, from the material to the spiritual
    • the nervous system forms the material medium in connection with
    • association with the primary material media, must first pass down
    • do this he must learn to view his material being as a detached
    • spiritual element looks down upon the material body after
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • the materialistic Anthropology of the nineteenth century, that in
    • material world of sense perception.’ This feeling spread
    • what they had lost, and an indifference to all material things
    • might penetrate into the secrets and nature of all material
    • seek amid our material surroundings. It is our task to unite
    • the external creation, and by thus freeing himself from material
    • possessed of wisdom; but because of that which is material and
    • things which may be apprehended in the material state in which we
    • himself in a world of illusion; from which material existence the
    • into this material world. And further, that this yearning for
    • Buddhist’s position relative to the material world may be
    • — ‘When I came down into this material life, had I but
    • material life in a veil of Maya.’ The Buddhist’s
    • have brought about, and through which the aspect of all material
    • spiritual heights, because this material world has pressed him
    • for myself a material body, in which my spirit has dwelt as in a
    • with the true import of material existence; with this object he
    • our material life. It is futile to search among dogmas, concepts
    • material conditions no longer exists and that herein lies the
    • mood, when we truly realize that all material works must perish,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • together, combining them by means of our intellect. This material
    • should, shortly after birth, pass through some material
    • material world. Ancient peoples believed in a plurality
    • them factors underlying all continuity in the material
    • is material. For his Ego is not merely illumined by the ultimate
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • reality of material impressions. And even though we meet with the
    • the most part, so far sunk in materialism that there was danger,
    • could the nation, in that material state into which it had
    • the vengeance of Jezebel?’ he is referring to the material
    • Elijah in his very soul’ — by bringing about the material
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • material covering. We have seen that during the process of the
    • materialistic outlook of the present theory of evolution, which
    • which approach ever nearer and nearer to the immaterial soul, and
    • material existence, and where he felt himself surrounded alone by
    • within a material covering in order that he might take part in
    • development in the material plane, and it was his mission to show
    • realms while mankind undergoes his period of material evolution,
    • development after he had descended upon the material plane. The
    • space humanity had been undergoing material evolution, at that
    • reality, something which directly affects our actual material
    • the personality of Jesus of Nazareth by external material
    • proved. These material investigations have simply shown that we
    • Spirit-World which lies behind all things material and
    • away and is of man’s material being, but regard only the
    • and the man in our material world. Supreme and preeminent among
    • certainly in direct opposition to that material monistic cosmic
    • only lie in forming wrong conceptions of the material world, or
    • will in the end lead ultra materialism and ultra materialistic
    • does not represent the material world alone, for underlying all
    • in a purely spiritual realm, later to descend into the material
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • proclaim its message to a materialistic world; by so doing he
    • of consistent materialistic philosophy) must sink, and with him a
    • to overcome all that is material, and thus cause the physical
    • materialistic culture, and the new imperial idea of Might and
    • very act of forcing a way through the material quality brings
    • ‘I’. Once freed from all earthly nature, the material
    • imposed upon him by materialism have placed him in the position
    • material was their essence and their spirit. At such times, my
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • influence of certain restless and materially minded
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • material and the spiritual, and while still retaining complete
    • awareness and material vision.
    • man's life in the material world. But the power and the quality
    • gained, a clearer understanding of the material world.

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