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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • constrained to manifest again and again in a single personality,
    • personality as Zarathustra, whose gifts to mankind, as far as
    • to the conclusion that the personality concealed beneath the name
    • was one of those great leading personalities who gave immense
    • guiding personalities must ever draw from the creative source
    • Other such outstanding personalities of whom mention will be made
    • The personality of Zarathustra is of special
    • Science"‘. All great spiritual personalities have followed
    • personalities of the past who were exalted and had direct contact
    • centre where our personality receives its crowning touch.
    • servant of Ahura Mazdao, and as such he experienced personally
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • invisible personality that struggles toward the attainment of a
    • of these ancient peoples this outstanding personality was looked
    • Then, indeed, shall we be led back to those great personalities
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • most prominent personality,
    • sublime, by a personality who most certainly had remained
    • personality was
    • the personality of the great Zarathustra. In accordance with this
    • outstanding figure whose personality was known as a
    • Again, he saw an aged person, tottering and weary; and he
    • the stand-point of detached and separate personality. How,
    • of his personal life those powers which may lead him to freedom
    • of us abides a higher personality. If this more noble hidden-self
    • Christian seeks liberation from his lower personality, and looks
    • and in virtue of which we take our place as human personalities
    • personality which in by-gone times found expression in the form
    • of personality — a more exalted ‘I’. Those words of
    • that a number of similar spiritual personalities succeed each
    • and personal ideas, seek a higher plane merely through the
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • With regard to Moses, however, whose personality
    • with those other great personalities to whom I have referred. It
    • which we have received from our own personal study of the
    • personality of Moses.
    • personality or nation, have been chronicled in the order and
    • personality of Moses is so depicted that his experiences in the
    • particular personality to whom the story has reference. It then
    • when they are concerned with personalities who have reached a
    • we have a personality who influenced directly the active course
    • personality of Moses exerted so powerful an Influence upon the
    • that of a personality not directly dependent upon any particular
    • figuratively, that at birth some personality entering upon earth
    • reality of such mystic personalities, but that they have indeed
    • personalities and difficult situations which it would be his lot
    • Such persons never realize that knowledge of this nature comes by
    • writings, the true significance of the various personalities
    • and his own person. So that the Lord appeared to manifest in such
    • case of a righteous person should equity prevail. Even the
    • Thus do we recognize in Moses the personality of
    • personality arises, through whose agency the eternal fount of
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • personality as portrayed in the ancient Biblical records, make
    • very nature in connection with the personality of Elijah and the
    • not merely to supply information concerning the personality and
    • Science, and have reference to the personality and significance
    • the personality and significance of the prophet Elijah and his
    • place the personality that bore this name might be found — nor
    • certain isolated persons, whom we might term initiates, had true
    • personality]. When it is ordained that some great momentous
    • that there be certain fitting personalities at hand in whose
    • particular human personality in whom the Spirit that was to
    • Such [great spiritual] personalities [as Elijah]
    • personality might be found who had brought them about. They could
    • All truly exalted spiritual personalities, such
    • great spiritual personality might be found. But the true
    • this unobtrusive personality had actually become the external
    • personality is becoming imbued with the forces by means of which
    • clairvoyant development of a personality such as I have described
    • advanced, that the particular personality in question may
    • have very distinct and positive dreams. For instance, a person
    • personified, as it were, in the fate of this widow and her son,
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • singular personality had the power to absorb certain Divine
    • soul of this especially selected personality felt itself
    • in the experience of such persons moments fraught with
    • walked the earth endowed His personality with superhuman
    • made to centre all in the personality of Jesus of Nazareth, and
    • research, to prove that the personality of Jesus of Nazareth
    • the personality of Jesus of Nazareth by external material
    • existence of Jesus of Nazareth as an actual human personality.
    • influence of certain advanced personalities, who had themselves
    • personality, a part of the ancient Hebrew race, I look back upon
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • the personality is striving to cast aside its earthly factors and
    • further shore. Hence, the personality which has indeed made ready
    • realize his true personality; but now he must rise above his
    • the while, however, he never allowed his personal
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • proposed plans being carried through without personal
    • lectures he did not, however, review personally, as in
    • trial, and personally a great sacrifice; he determined
    • persons.
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • Buddha, Moses and Elijah, the personalities discussed in this
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • actual individual consciousness prevails, the personality



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