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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • no meaning, and are so often merely suggestive of the outer
    • they had reference to an actual outer world. In olden days
    • realize this outer physical world and this perceptual life, even
    • which will enable us not merely to be sensible of the outer world
    • yet conscious of the outer world. There is to-day no longer any
    • contemplation, and turning away from the outer world — through
    • the mists surrounding the outer perceptual world. He did not say
    • from the colours, and from the sounds, and from all outer
    • we experience perceptual manifestations in the outer physical
    • only consist of a material body — such is but an outer
    • image of the outer universe.
    • Again, the Izeds, who are present in the outer universe as a
    • associated, the outer world plays an important part, this is also
    • the outer world of Maya; from all such you must turn away,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • method of thought, and through which we realize the outer world
    • evolution affects not only the outer world of form, but also the
    • value in a perceptual world, proffering no outer sign suggestive
    • concealed — invisible and unheeded by the outer world. (The name
    • outer physical one, but the true inner man who has ever the
    • of Nature, beholdest thou the outer world as begotten of
    • man, look not alone upon the outer form, but seek that which is
    • beneath his outer form must pass through the open door; for the
    • nature, we must not alone regard the outer form, but penetrate to
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • suffering; for interwoven throughout all outer existence is a
    • the manner in which I observe and comprehend this outer
    • must I find the way back to my true nature, then will the outer
    • outer world, going from plant to plant, from mineral to mineral,
    • into the cosmos and the world of spirit — and this outer realm
    • from the outer world which make inward appeal to the soul.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • an outer shell encompassed and enveloped by the old Egyptian
    • have reference to actual outer happenings. All that we read
    • patriarch. Thus do we find that all outer life-experiences
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • one might say, in the outer world, who knew precisely in what
    • where, in the physical world, they might find the outer reality
    • outer forms and ceremonies, and found expression through external
    • might say: — ‘No matter what shall take place in the outer
    • the contemplation of outer happenings and things, or the apparent
    • and were further quite aware that his outer individuality might
    • outer world and utter those words which all must hear. But in the
    • henceforth his outer physical life was no longer safe. He must
    • (I Kings, xxi, 13). Henceforth the outer physical personality of
    • outer world, ever spreading its influence further and further
    • the outer world, does not enlighten us concerning things of
    • through the outer form of Naboth and bring influence to bear upon
    • the King saw before him merely the outer form of the man Naboth,
    • brought about the death of Naboth, for when the outer form of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • which was not yet familiar with, nor embodied in, an outer
    • closely associated and actual outer spiritual realm. He further
    • malicious, and which does not conform with outer and apparent
    • collecting and associating outer perceptual facts, wholly



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