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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • dawns a true comprehension of those Great Spiritual Beings who
    • If we would understand the true significance of
    • our true being pierce the surrounding veil and for ever enter the
    • period true spiritual knowledge was more profound than in our day
    • the true spiritual man, so is the sun which appears to us as a
    • We must not seek the true significance of such
    • indeed emanated from its great spirit. Herein lies the true
    • to a true and spiritually scientific view of the cosmos, that
    • when in Aries, Taurus, Cancer, etc. But the true vital activity
    • feelings, distorting the true significance of the phenomena of
    • and to obtain a true understanding of the proper conduct of life.
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • come to me, that only in the future will the true purport and
    • acquire a true significance.
    • Spiritual Science regarding the allotted task and true purpose of
    • regarded as true and characteristic cosmic mystics.
    • with the heavens, and this is not true. We must go far back to
    • within me a longing for spiritual things; a longing for that true
    • ‘We human beings had our true origin in an exalted
    • outer physical one, but the true inner man who has ever the
    • descend to the true Ego; there to find that this same Ego is ever
    • depths of his being, for thus alone may true understanding and
    • beholdest thy true self pictured in the soul.’ How
    • the true nature of the fluidity of his blood.
    • those who have acquired the true gift of sight, for they are best
    • Egyptian found the true method of expressing those deep feelings
    • apprehending and explaining the true nature of the connection
    • true meaning of that extraordinary, and to us grotesque, worship
    • the true self within. All external qualities with which we come
    • and perished when they left the true path, and gave themselves up
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • because a knowledge of the true character of the Buddhist
    • certainly sounds grotesque, but it is nevertheless true, as we at
    • and unquestionable fact; in this concept is expressed the true
    • If we would indeed look into the true character and nature of
    • we can best realize and understand the true significance of that
    • forth true and goodly fruits. Since this legend is so well known,
    • life, its true nature and significance did not at once penetrate
    • the true origin of these mysteries must lie without — remote
    • a true understanding of affliction, nor acquire that knowledge
    • the true source of all that misery and sorrow which so troubles
    • to realize that the true cause of all human suffering lay in the
    • we term history, for the factors of true history would include
    • and true. But because, when I descended upon this earth my deeds
    • achievement of the true aim of his existence. He then becomes
    • Such, then, is the true inner self that we have
    • must I find the way back to my true nature, then will the outer
    • apprehend it in its true reality. Ever upward until those baneful
    • the true concepts of his creed, pictures the advent of several
    • grasped the true essence of the historical evolution of mankind.
    • The course of true history must always be
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • That movement towards true spiritual development,
    • far from easy to gain a clear comprehension of the true meaning
    • question of his great Mission. The true object of his
    • foundation stone of a true knowledge and understanding of the
    • water.’ (Ex. ii, 10.) Those who are aware of the true
    • man may gain true understanding of those grand spiritual heights
    • and homogeneous bond of inner soul-life — the life of the true
    • We can therefore with reason assert that the true
    • actually confronted with their true centre of being. Jean Paul,
    • the birth of my true conscious self, and I clearly recollect both
    • culture to that of Moses in its true light and meaning as an
    • writings, the true significance of the various personalities
    • establishing a true culture of man’s Ego. This new-born
    • from a true understanding of The Mystery of Golgotha, and the
    • Almighty was actually the true source of all his afflictions. He
    • great figure, there comes to us a sense of his true relation to
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • true origin of Christianity is intimately connected with what
    • significance of the prophet Elijah, its true purport is at the
    • certain isolated persons, whom we might term initiates, had true
    • man when he indeed apprehends and realizes his own true
    • Jehovah. True devotion to God and a proper comprehension of the
    • the true nature and significance of Elijah’s mission, even
    • great spiritual personality might be found. But the true
    • true and proper expression; and that I may acquire those
    • a true and unswerving force, carrying a conviction which lay deep
    • which thou needest; but thou must ever hold to a true faith in
    • soul that are of truest and greatest import. In the vision, it
    • physical body to another; that is the true significance of
    • were better to remain here’;4 the true significance of
    • that he might awaken to a full consciousness of its true relation
    • caused Elisha to realize that he might now indeed become the true
    • true form) in such a manner as to render them not only
    • entirely satisfied. Although it is true that if spiritual methods
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • the name of Christ find no true and proper place.
    • of such momentous import as to form what might be termed the true
    • true is the substantiality of all that underlies those spiritual
    • minds of the people. But it may be said that an echo of the true
    • all true conception of The Christ was wholly lost, at least to a
    • general renunciation of the true Christ-Concept. An attempt was
    • true significance and import.’
    • understood. A true comprehension of all that was accomplished in
    • figure, and that during such state the power of the true inner
    • to realize its true position as an inhabitant of the spiritual
    • true path and of the trials that must be endured; henceforth
    • the soul was led forth and blessed with a true discernment of the
    • realize the true import and meaning of the Christ-Impulse in its
    • first dawn a true comprehension of all that has come to human
    • 1 — that true I, which continues on from
    • innermost being, for there abideth the true Ego.
    • unto me true enlightenment [through the powers of those who have
    • within himself that – ‘I AM THAT AM’. A true
    • fuller and truer meaning we should say: — Before Abraham, was
    • follow the true path. Spiritual Science would merely add that if
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  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 1)
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    • True Self’ (Ich-Prinzips), so deeply merged in all that is
    • of the spirit. He stated that the true ‘Ich’, the Ego
    • at last, that it is again in the true Ego, the veritable
    • realize his true personality; but now he must rise above his
    • turning away from true life, and an increased egotism in a soul
    • with true regard to all that has been acquired since those
    • impetuous warmheartedness, his true being filled with
  • Title: Turning Points: Introduction (part 3)
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    • become coarse, distorted and diverted from their true
    • that he paid that we might know, and follow, the true
    • create a true spiritual outlook, entirely opposed to all
  • Title: Turning Points: Preface
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    • True freedom becomes possible.
  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • its methods are true and have been proved of actual positive

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