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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • tending towards imperfection. This Perfecting Principle must
    • tend towards greater and greater perfection. So that if we look
    • ascends from Aries to Taurus, and again during its descent toward
    • inward impulses toward perfection, while Ahriman is ever in
    • our day, a marked tendency toward a mystical current of
    • themselves drawn towards the Indian Spiritual Science, or Method
    • practice, namely, the one directed toward the moral purification
    • diverting man from his struggle toward the attainment of
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • ever less and less of spiritual force, until towards the end,
    • their whole soul-life. The soul may indeed incline towards
    • stimulus to strive towards higher spiritual enlightenment, is as
    • invisible personality that struggles toward the attainment of a
    • possessor of that never-ceasing impulse to strive upward towards
    • towards the development of such powers as enabled the Soul-Forces
    • science has truly made a beginning toward the opening up of new
    • Toward the close of his most interesting lecture,
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • directed towards the disparagement of our apparently inevitably
    • that in virtue of such wisdom we are led onwards toward
    • Buddha period, the attitude of individual man toward the
    • resolutely towards the future, ever penetrating more and more
    • toward Buddhism than toward Christianity; and we must admit that
    • inflow of scientific data. Thus it was that just toward the close
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • negative in character and contributed nothing toward the
    • That movement towards true spiritual development,
    • Even now, humanity is advancing toward a time when these two
    • impulse toward the new order of reasoned judgment and
    • our house, and as I looked toward the left, in the direction of
    • humanity, so as to bring about an impulse toward an intellectual
    • toward intellectuality, that it was ordained that they should be
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • The old faith with its upturned vision toward a
    • upward unswervingly toward the invisible Deity, uninfluenced by
    • certainly not to be recommended as a step toward higher spiritual
    • was directed toward a certain quite definite personality, to whom
    • thoughts of her lord toward Naboth, their neighbour, and spoke to
    • the steps which he must take toward his soul’s development
    • Elisha. An impulse which ever tended toward the renewing and
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • be an ever increasing tendency toward the formation of a
    • toward what may be touched and seen, while all that is of the
    • has ever more and more tended toward a crisis, and for the reason
    • beings ever remembered by former initiates; and it was toward
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • outwards. The discourses were to serve in opening up a way toward
    • is the first step toward man's freedom; the narrow confines
    • towards the development and extension of the scientific
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • directed toward spiritual unfoldment, and an ethical development

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