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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Contents
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    • Cultivation of the life of the soul. Right development of our
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • that we have developed up to the stage of emotions; and this imprints
    • develops his life of thought, he is in relationship with the astral
    • world; through the development of his life of feeling, he is
    • epoch in which thinking is primarily developed, in which man receives
    • in the fact that one shall observe whether a person can develop in
    • hydrogen, feelings will be developed in him corresponding with what
    • battle together, all against all. Even those who develop today the
    • highest intelligence, if they do not develop further during the
    • developed in our epoch. We have reached a climax in this. But one who
    • has developed intelligence today and who shall neglect the succeeding
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • Cultivation of the life of the soul. Right development of our soul
    • development and cultivation of these three parts of the soul life?
    • of the soul which strives to develop, as its primary characteristic,
    • painful blow of fate; that is, the development of such a mood as to
    • with joy. If we desire to move upward in our development, we can
    • If we develop such a way of
    • ourselves, for instance, that the development of precisely one power
    • this attentiveness is very generally and strongly developed by
    • hinder the development of the emotions and also the will, and have
    • develops serenity or is hot-tempered, does the will become healthy or
    • physical body. Very much depends upon whether the person develops a
    • prepares his will so that this will may be said to develop a pleasant
    • develops anger. This unhealthiness of the will streams into the body
    • we endeavor to avoid the development of obstinacy, we shall see that
    • blocks according to patterns: this merely develops pedantry, not
    • creative fantasy. We are developing creative fantasy when we
    • it, make it keen, especially by the development of characteristics
    • concepts. By no method do we develop good thinking better than by
    • single life. When we are induced in earliest youth to develop all of
    • thinking, whereas otherwise we develop a scrappy, illogical thinking.
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