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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • We can best picture the impressions made by the
    • connected with some impressive happening — say, a conflagration
    • present day exact methods of thought, our power of expression,
    • which it was their mission to impress upon humanity in the form
    • expression among the Vedas, on the one hand, and that of
    • found expression through Buddha, was achieved by inner
    • inner soul forces might be strengthened: — Thus did man press on
    • sense-impressions, and seek the path to the spiritual realms only
    • all things found expression in imagery, and the images gave rise
    • These things Zarathustra impressed earnestly and
    • expression of the spirit which is within. Even as the physical
    • physical, The Aura, to use an ancient expression, so do we call
    • consciousness and in the sensations impressed when through it man
    • an expression of the activity of Ormuzd; while the Zodiac itself
    • expression in our material world? In order to understand this
    • finds expression in the transmission of the sun’s light
    • being. Just as the benevolent powers of Ormuzd are expressed
    • the point of physical expression.
    • idea finds expression in the Hebrew, where evil comes upon the
    • gave to mankind a great fervour, which found expression when he
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • to epoch, as it slowly evolves, and pressing ever upward, emerges
    • modern scientific development, have been moved to express the
    • expressing the fundamental concepts underlying his work, than by
    • what is implied by the expression, ‘doctrines grey with
    • found expression in imagery although often of a somewhat subdued
    • methods to which we have previously referred, finds expression
    • expressed themselves after this fashion: — ‘We can yet
    • factors that finds expression in the ideal forms of Osiris and
    • On the other hand, the expression Isis-Force was applied to that
    • wherewith to express concepts such as these; for everything which
    • express all such thoughts as moved the soul strongly, as for
    • be apprehended and expressed in perceptual terms if regarded as
    • without reveal to me how I can best express, figuratively, my
    • felt and expressed himself thus: —‘That force which gives
    • saw in the cosmic clock an expression of the activity of those
    • expression.
    • self” is repressed and draws back, it is therefore not at
    • be expressed in terms of feeling and sentiment in the following
    • cometh thy physical quality, with all that it may express of that
    • Egyptian found the true method of expressing those deep feelings
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • and unquestionable fact; in this concept is expressed the true
    • belief, he gives expression to those deeply significant words, —
    • expressed with the view that the position in which we find the
    • currents to which I have referred, may be expressed in the
    • expressed themselves after this fashion: — ‘Interwoven
    • express it, they must have already been exalted and attained the
    • enlightenment which flowed in upon him found expression in the
    • came to express himself in words somewhat as follows: —
    • expressed in sickness, old age, and death. Verily, it cannot be
    • expression in old age, disease and death. It was at this time of
    • The Buddha expressed the fundamental concept
    • redemption and of bliss that can never be expressed in terms of
    • gave expression to the ‘Doctrine of Suffering‘,
    • relative to the world and all that is about him expressed in
    • expressed as follows; he would say:  — ‘I have been
    • Paul’s words, we find expressed that positive knowledge,
    • spiritual heights, because this material world has pressed him
    • personality which in by-gone times found expression in the form
    • conception can be expressed in these words: — ‘I have
    • Schopenhauer had established a maxim which, expressed in his
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • indeed has been altered with regard to the general impression
    • concerning Moses is expressed. This we at once realize when we
    • expression in mythical imagery.
    • seize upon those impressions which come to us from the external
    • manner in which Bible narratives are expressed. It appears that a
    • it came about that the universal consciousness found expression
    • each nation gave expression in some special and distinctive
    • Hence, the impression we have gained of Moses is
    • Let us suppose that we wished to express
    • expression. It was for Moses to recognize a cosmic spirit of a
    • exhibiting a certain similitude, find ultimate expression in
    • details to be deeply impressed upon my memory.’
    • the records are expressed — for Moses spoke a new language. He
    • blood, and its means of expression lies in the human
    • governed their actions in accordance with the impressions
    • which mission is expressed in those deeply significant words of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • the profoundest impression upon the hearts and feelings of
    • found outward expression in ‘The Vision near
    • outer forms and ceremonies, and found expression through external
    • reality of material impressions. And even though we meet with the
    • expression, is ever that of a new impulse and a new
    • stimulating impress of some momentous forward impulse, stand for
    • impressions in a precise and lucid manner. What actually happens
    • true and proper expression; and that I may acquire those
    • which should come through him, was undoubtedly the expression of
    • In this dreamlike vision it was clearly impressed
    • expressed itself in the vision in such manner, that it seemed to
    • In words all insufficient of expression, one
    • that he be afforded an opportunity of expressing himself freely.
    • waltzing [Herum-walzung]. This technical expression refers to the
    • further elucidated. The foregoing account gives expression to its
    • outcome of this fundamental process next finds expression in the
    • what we might term a duality of being as expressed in
    • utmost possible impression at the time when the supreme
    • to his word. Thus did Elijah’s spirit find expression
    • the people were impressed with the spiritual being and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • Christ-Event expressed in its most elementary form. It is
    • merely in the light of a wholly abstract impression. Humanity is
    • they were subject to the intrusion of abstract impressions
    • enter into the souls of mankind are the expression of invisible
    • be thus expressed: — Seek not the Deity and the Godlike
    • foundation. The concept expressed in the above assertion is
    • primal transgressive tendencies which seek to find expression
    • very error which finds expression in the words of Schopenhauer:
    • corresponding instrument suitable to receive its impressions.
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • the theme which was his to impress upon the world; in public,
    • Science. After he had decided to give way, under the pressure of
    • and not in its repression and constraint. Those who opened their
    • inflexible will, and the expression of an urgent historical need.
    • write and to voice the ideas which I had to express, concepts
    • had yielded to the pressure of the Theosophists, and had accepted
    • Christianity as a Mystical Fact — expressed himself as
    • expressing himself in words conveying the warmest
    • enraptured those who heard him when he expressed his
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • however, to be cancelled, owing to pressing calls upon
    • Max von Baden had expressed a desire to read; the second
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • spirituality of the remarkable and impressive lectures which

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