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- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
- in every way perfectly normal to man, so that his conceptions and
- perfection, so must he ever battle against his lower passions and
- Within man there is a ‘Perfecting Principle’, which
- tending towards imperfection. This Perfecting Principle must
- perfection; it is the ‘Principle of Ahura Mazdao’,
- ‘The Spirit of Darkness’ — who through imperfection
- principle of perfection, and another which is antagonistic, so
- tend towards greater and greater perfection. So that if we look
- beyond this perceptual universe — a perfectly organized
- during that inner struggle to attain to perfection, and the
- inward impulses toward perfection, while Ahriman is ever in
- perfection, or the greatest evil. Here, then, we find reappearing
- enemy opposed to our mystical attainment to perfection.
- perfection.’ Thus did Zarathustra feel himself to be the
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
- to attain to yet higher states of perfection, has of a verity
- culture, it is clear that human frailty and imperfection were
- eleven feet thick, of water-laid sand and clay, perfectly uniform
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
- perfect freedom; for earthly wisdom, even that of the highest
- perfect, and all abounding in ecstasy and bliss.
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
- perfected and fulfilled, while the seeds of that which was to
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
- were the most advanced and perfect of the descendants of the old
- developed and perfected with regard to his individual character,
- successor must henceforth develop and perfect his inner being,
- Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
- representing in very imperfect and elementary manner an inner
- present state and assume a more perfect form of soul-being which
- perfecting of the soul, so that it should be fitted for what we
- far perfected that it was ready for self-initiation, during which
- picture him in his most perfect form; even though he believe
- Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
- Perfection in Soul Life and Spiritual
- Title: Turning Points: Preface
- in perfect freedom. This distinguishes the present guidance by
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