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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • design of such nature that each age and each epoch presents in
    • regards the life of the human soul, the nature of human
    • was of such nature, that great revelations could only come to the
    • we distinguish between the separate forces in Nature, such as
    • evolution; this we must regard as of such nature, that all beings
    • therein could be discerned something of the nature of spirit
    • and in no sense of the nature of an abstraction. Behind Ormuzd
    • although there is abundant evidence of the nature of
    • spread around you; and avoid everything that may be of the nature
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • regard to the whole meaning and nature of their
    • an endeavour to throw light upon the nature and significance of
    • and visionary nature, was nevertheless a truly clairvoyant gift,
    • works of Nature (this, as I have pointed out, is the wide-spread
    • operating behind the accustomed forces of Nature. Further, that
    • special nature. All that we know regarding ancient times, even
    • nature is a mere symbolical portrayal of certain events connected
    • starting-point try to realize the whole peculiar nature of their
    • something in the nature of a written language, which could
    • first apparent. An Osiris and an Isis nature are fundamental to
    • Nature.’
    • about utter degeneration in all human nature. Typhon confined the
    • ‘Verwesen‘, to decompose.) The Isis-Nature, hidden
    • world) to detach himself from his perceptual nature, and
    • into man’s physical nature; there he is overcome by the
    • in man’s nature, in other words of Isis, or the Isis-Power.
    • of Nature, beholdest thou the outer world as begotten of
    • Nature, and the blood is the physical agent of the Ego, just as
    • understand his higher nature in regard to its physical aspect. To
    • sheath which is the medium of the Isis-Nature. Further, the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • If we would indeed look into the true character and nature of
    • spiritual nature emanated from that same hidden Spirit-World
    • nature is especially noticeable throughout the Zarathustran
    • might penetrate into the secrets and nature of all material
    • These words indicate the essential nature of that current of
    • those who look upon experiences of this nature, solely from the
    • life, its true nature and significance did not at once penetrate
    • What, then, is the nature of this state — this
    • desires shall yet know the nature and the aspect of that other
    • concerning the inner nature of life’s misery and distress,
    • singular nature of the Buddha-Illumination and of the Buddhistic
    • and the nature and possibilities of man’s association and
    • happenings of such a nature that the human race, to which I
    • man’s first nature had but continued unchanged this decline
    • nature that results follow smoothly, ever attended with
    • must I find the way back to my true nature, then will the outer
    • extent in the nature of a Buddha-mood or disposition. Such a
    • existence. A cosmic conception of this nature may call for much
    • will truly be in a position to call forth his Christ-nature from
    • suffering, as of such nature that we can only realize and
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • Spiritual Science has to say regarding the peculiar nature of
    • another nature; and it is often with difficulty that we can
    • the nature of their mission from their individual
    • A course of events of this nature is especially
    • comprehensive and so penetrating in its nature, that the
    • experience of such nature as to cause all his sense perceptions
    • nature underlying what, at first sight, would appear to be an
    • withhold their innermost nature from the apprehension of mankind,
    • significance underlying a graphic narrative of this nature must
    • clairvoyance, other views prevailed regarding the nature of the
    • nature of those peculiar psychic powers, once possessed by the
    • intellectual awareness, similar in nature to the old clairvoyant
    • glowed with fire of such nature that it was not consumed. In this
    • received in clairvoyant form must have been of the nature of a
    • not represent a unit, for the forces were manifold in nature,
    • most holy seclusion’ of man’s nature, cannot be
    • bush, Moses discerned the Jahveh, or Jehovah-nature, and we can
    • The Hebrew race was by nature thoroughly adapted
    • connected with our external corporeal nature, and that it unfolds
    • generations, and therefore of such nature was the instrument
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • in its light, we find in the very nature of his being an
    • nature of this external happening, it cannot be denied that the
    • very nature in connection with the personality of Elijah and the
    • unfold, as if it were in the nature of an hypothesis, underlying
    • in such a manner that when all nature was luxuriant and fruitful,
    • teachers of that time. Something in the nature of an holy
    • man, who through the nature of his Divine initiation became
    • the true nature and significance of Elijah’s mission, even
    • experience of this nature, especially in olden times, come to
    • the nature of inner experiences; they are neither dreams nor
    • the above nature brought with it a full realization of all that
    • conditions should improve. Naboth realized the nature of his
    • utterly the nature of thine inner being, even to the most
    • it was not entirely of the nature of an inner soul-happening,
    • him a misgiving of this nature: — ‘My old
    • nature of Jezebel. She was quite aware of the fact that the man
    • the nature of a subterfuge. After Jezebel had spoken in this
    • force which thus descended upon Elisha was like in nature to that
    • forces latent in his physical nature, but through those more
    • which we again find something in the nature of an exhortation and
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • and others of a similar nature, including those relative to that
    • incapable of truly differentiating between the nature of the
    • turning-point in their lives. A situation of this nature may
    • times something in the nature of a crisis, such as might be
    • Christ there had come to mankind something in the nature of a new
    • the Divine inner nature of mankind — but even so, to be
    • reached in such works as that entitled The Nature of
    • nature from that which appeared upon the surface. It became
    • whole nature and method of the historic world-conception put
    • mysteries; the actual nature of which is even yet but little
    • sleep-state was first induced. This was of such nature that the
    • marked by the magnitude and Godlike nature of the spiritual facts
    • still find something of this nature in the East among the
    • knowing, he will henceforth regard his earthly nature as a
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • ‘I’. Once freed from all earthly nature, the material
    • virtue of the outstanding nature of his achievements in
    • Steiner's nature rightly understood; people always seemed
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Invisible Components of Man's Nature and
    • The Nature of Egoism. (Goethe's Wilhelm
    • The Nature of Spiritual Science and
    • The Meaning of Eternity and the Nature of Man's
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • The Body and Soul of Man in Nature, and Spiritual
    • The Aims and Nature of Spiritual
    • The Riddle of Nature in the light of Spiritual
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • present. His crystal-clear statements as to the nature of the

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