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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • some fashion a different content, and we realize that human
    • set the measure of progress. We are then able to realize the
    • at once realize how great is the dissimilarity in man’s
    • apprehension, emotions and desires. Further, you will realize
    • in reality they lived in a life of imagery. The visions which
    • realize this outer physical world and this perceptual life, even
    • belonging to a different region — a spiritual realm — related
    • spiritual realms became ever less and less pronounced. Our
    • meaning when we realize that in the beginning man was entirely of
    • a spiritual realm, where he lived in the soul, and that when he
    • We now realize that Zarathustra belonged
    • realms. There are two possible methods by which he may raise the
    • sense-impressions, and seek the path to the spiritual realms only
    • world, we realize that therein lie concealed and beyond our sense
    • ‘When you regard man, you must realize that he does not
    • We can now realize how the great Zarathustran
    • realize and to feel, that in truth each individual man is an
    • realizes that he is so related to the universe that he can say:
    • When a man realizes that he is in direct contact
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • realizing the importance of those lectures for understanding the
    • realize the actual sentiments of these olden Egyptian peoples, in
    • method of thought, and through which we realize the outer world
    • really understand the events which took place at the ancient
    • physical world, but to that realm which lies beyond all material
    • reality all clairvoyant consciousness, including the dream-state
    • spiritual realities, which underlie all physical perceptual
    • religious systems a tone of spiritual reality, from which they
    • We must clearly realize that the peoples of the
    • higher realms were slowly closed, so that the pictures manifested
    • through this gift man was enabled to behold the spiritual realms.
    • discern a lower spiritual realm — we know therefore that it is
    • this truth would be as sensible as to doubt that we can really
    • mystic depths of that realm which lies beyond all physical sense
    • to understand this being, it is necessary to realize what the
    • starting-point try to realize the whole peculiar nature of their
    • said: — ‘When I look into my soul, I realize that there is
    • realm, where my life was confused, dim and instinctive in
    • of the mood of these ancient peoples, we realize that they looked
    • ready to reflect his splendour. And he realized that the light
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • once realize when we consider that the aim of Buddhism is
    • conception which Lessing really formed was of the prospect and
    • profound inner satisfaction and bliss from the full realization
    • primordial condition of mankind, but is in reality an example of
    • mankind was truly in contact with the spirit realms in virtue of
    • philosophy is reunion with the divine realms, and abstraction
    • Indian spiritual life can we realize the significance of that
    • we can best realize and understand the true significance of that
    • beheld a corpse — and he realized on seeing this body that life
    • must be clearly understood. Gautama realized that in the great
    • realize how it was that he became imbued with those thoughts
    • Palace, and saw before him for the first time the realities of
    • spiritual realm. While we are yet here we may indeed be exalted,
    • Thus it was the Buddha realized from the moment
    • recurrent earth life can lead humanity to the realization of
    • realization of the sublime truth underlying such
    • realm, where all may enter who have overcome the need for
    • to realize that the true cause of all human suffering lay in the
    • Testament it is realized that the ancients were related to the
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • concerning Moses is expressed. This we at once realize when we
    • realize that a Biblical description concerned with external
    • reality, however, the latter part of such an account may be
    • this change?’ we can only answer that we realize it because
    • lived at the time of the founding of Christianity, we realize at
    • As we proceed it will be realized that in Moses
    • observed, and which were truly of the spiritual realms,
    • reality of this ancient clairvoyant consciousness be proved
    • Science, and he was quite unaware that he had in reality laid the
    • We thus realize that we are not dealing with just
    • from the stand-point of Spiritual Science when we realize that
    • peoples unless we are in a position to apprehend and to realize
    • occurred during the life-development of Moses; and we realize
    • ordinary spiritual narrative, would at once realize from the very
    • reality of such mystic personalities, but that they have indeed
    • in order to realize
    • realize that while, from the spiritual standpoint, Moses was
    • adequate faculty, or organ, wherewith he may realize that many
    • We now realize that the enlightenment which Moses
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • 3. No matter how much we may argue concerning the reality and
    • reality, this was none other than he who, in the Bible records,
    • knowledge of what was really taking place, and they alone knew
    • where, in the physical world, they might find the outer reality
    • cosmos, Who rules over the superperceptual realm, and Who by
    • It was further realized that the time was
    • man when he indeed apprehends and realizes his own true
    • privations, we must ever realize that such external events are in
    • reality of material impressions. And even though we meet with the
    • exalted far above them. These disciples realized to some extent
    • with the reality of those experiences through which the soul is
    • the above nature brought with it a full realization of all that
    • conditions should improve. Naboth realized the nature of his
    • of greater pictorial reality than any before, it appeared to him
    • house which belonged to the widow. But in reality the inner truth
    • mysteriously absent. Now, what did Elijah-Naboth know and realize
    • Naboth, when in reality she sought to destroy Elijah. From
    • Spiritual Science, however, we realize that she sent her
    • what she really desired was to induce her lord to take some kind
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • advent of Christianity into the world’s history, we realize
    • spiritual life and spiritual reality. If we understand this
    • in the purely spiritual realms what might be termed a by-gone
    • realms while mankind undergoes his period of material evolution,
    • related as a physical perceptual entity, but alone in the realms
    • follows: — We begin with a realization of the fact that if we
    • The gnosis clearly realized that through The
    • realize and look for The Christ in the Divine Spirit which
    • especially difficult for mankind in these modern times to realize
    • realms, and brought to bear upon the actual course of his
    • reality, something which directly affects our actual material
    • which comes of spiritual thought, and of realizing how much more
    • absolute reality. If it were otherwise we would not find, as is
    • an upturned vision which realized the presence of some great
    • Leipzig, to realize that the result of painstaking and exact
    • line of research admits of no reality in this God or purely
    • is to be regarded not as a reality, but as a kind of imaginary
    • to realize its true position as an inhabitant of the spiritual
    • realms. When, in due course, the soul was brought back once again
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  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • apprehension of spiritual reality, permeated throughout with a
    • to detach them from all that is real and of the spirit, that it
    • about the moment when it shall realize it is once more upon the
    • beyond all previous limitations, outward into the realms of the
    • realize his true personality; but now he must rise above his
    • humanity lies in the understanding of the real significance of
    • understanding, fully realized that here, indeed, was an
    • One could not help but wonder that people really existed, who
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 2)
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    • Happiness, Its Reality and Illusion.
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • The Connection between Thought and Reality in
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • in the Ego -- experienced them as real Beings, imbued with
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • It is essential, in order to realize the
    • and the activities of the spirit realms. During this clairvoyant
    • world, the World of Spirit, and he can apprehend its reality and
    • the Ego is directly associated with the spirit realms, man
    • the reality and the activities of the spiritual realms, are known
    • in any direction which he deemed worthy, and of real import in



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