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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 1: Zarathustra
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    • of conscious thought; dream visions, which in these days we find
    • in reality they lived in a life of imagery. The visions which
    • visions which resembled to some extent dream pictures, but were
    • Zarathustran era, such visions had already become somewhat
    • in olden times mankind obtained a clear inner vision of the
    • as thirty-one. There is yet a third division of spiritual powers
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 2: Hermes
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    • and visionary nature, was nevertheless a truly clairvoyant gift,
    • wondrous visions of by-gone times of which tradition tells us,
    • vision world in which they conceived higher powers to be actively
    • and the visions faded; one might say — the doors leading to the
    • vision became limited to that which is of the material world, and
    • had actual experience of a mode of vision differing from that
    • nethermost regions as portrayed in their pictorial visions, but
    • All knowledge obtained through visions was most
    • uplifted vision of the supersensible, and conception of those
    • must picture the uplifted vision in the souls of the old
    • place there came before him visions depicting the most intimate
    • are certainly analogous to those born of clairvoyant vision in
    • became so purified that when his vision at last penetrated
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 3: Buddha
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    • the prevision of which lies in the spirit. Only when during one
    • visions were not so meaningless as are the dream forms of our
    • with these ancient fluctuating visions a species of conscious
    • form of visions. All those curious ideas which come to us through
    • world be no longer an illusion, a vision of unreality, but a
    • of a clairvoyant visioned consciousness, now no more extant, for
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 4: Moses
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    • manifested as pictures or visions; and it is these visions that
    • the origin of ancient mythical visions, legends, etc., which have
    • apprehend the Spirit-World in pictorial visions, that later found
    • influence of his gift for clairvoyant vision, regarded the soul
    • forget an inner vision which I once experienced and which I have
    • not as yet described to anyone. In this vision I was present at
    • the wood-shed, there suddenly came to me an inner vision flashed
    • those thoughts which come to thee with visions, henceforth must
  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 5: Elijah
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    • to our spiritual vision, we need only recall the fact that
    • found outward expression in ‘The Vision near
    • occasions when Ahab himself experienced visions and
    • The old faith with its upturned vision toward a
    • though, because of their limited spiritual vision, they were
    • of Divine spiritual vision must next be called into being, in
    • visions, for they owe their origin to, and are dependent upon,
    • come corresponding definite experiences in the form of visionary
    • something more than a mere vision. Then it was that before his
    • his spiritual vision. He then resolved that he would eschew no
    • clear to him by a sign which came during an inner vision. This
    • vision was again more positive than any of merely dreamlike
    • the soul’s eternal life.’ In this vision, which was
    • seemed to him during the vision, that through the special mercy
    • experience which was, however, only in part a vision. But because
    • soul that are of truest and greatest import. In the vision, it
    • as in a vision, using in effect those same words which, day by
    • In this dreamlike vision it was clearly impressed
    • expressed itself in the vision in such manner, that it seemed to
    • a vision, that the son of the widow lay dead. This we must regard
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  • Title: Turning Points: Lecture 6: Christ and the Twentieth Century
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    • abstraction, a purely visionary notion — what we want is
    • visionary.
    • an upturned vision which realized the presence of some great
    • Christ? He is looked upon as a visionary creation, a mere ideal
    • visionary concepts.
    • which appeared to the spiritual vision of the Initiates during
    • the Divine quality alone which can extend the vision and bring
    • as in a photographic image and conjures forth a vision of the
    • scientific and historic progress of mankind, that this vision
    • of this organ of vision, so was the fulfilment of man’s
  • Title: Turning Points: Contents
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  • Title: Turning Points: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Turning Points: Translator Preface
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    • eyes are opened and his inner vision reveals to him the presence
    • awareness and material vision.



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