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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Contents
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    • Does the ordinary human being possess a clue to the existence of
    • Leaders of human beings. Magic-moral power of the word. The Maitreya
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • Does the ordinary human being possess a clue to the existence of
    • physical world, and declare that the human being sustains a
    • found within the human soul — before one achieves any sort
    • indication that the human being is connected with super-sensible
    • the human soul, it manifests three parts in a certain way independent
    • physical. They belong to the invisible, super-sensible world: in man's
    • these three impulses characteristic of the human being our initial
    • question, whether the ordinary man possesses any clue to the
    • But the human being must
    • all. Some sort of occurrence becomes manifest to him which is
    • fact that the emotions are far more intimately connected with man's
    • something far more closely, more intensely, connected with the human
    • into connection with the Higher Devachan, or the World of Reason. Man
    • being of man extends.
    • science. No man can by means of thoughts not permeated by emotion
    • scientific research even demands that it shall proceed in this way,
    • participation of the human being in the three worlds, something
    • the heart, can never bring the human being, no matter how keen it may
    • the like, on the other hand, lead man into the lower Devachan world.
    • which the human being is in such a close relationship through
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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • of human beings. Magic-moral power of the word. The Maitreya Buddha.
    • the differentiation of the soul life of the human being into three
    • past. In human life joy is for the most part something one has not
    • experiences has not been merited, and that the manner in which we
    • of education, for education is destiny, the karma of the human being
    • universal karma of humanity, so that the right thing may be
    • against the karma of humanity, all actions opposing the existing
    • there are many persons in the present population of the world who did
    • not pass through their youth in the right way. If humanity does
    • external sense. This takes a deep hold in the life of the human
    • will is brought about in the manner described, still other
    • results follow from this for the human soul, especially when the
    • increasingly necessary that human beings shall possess a
    • Weakening of the will, human beings lacking energy, will be the
    • that very many of them had no notion of the very subjects they
    • himself to do such a thing must think for many, many weeks about
    • deeply into the life of the human soul. There are the two poles in
    • heart, are in the middle. Now, we know that the life of man
    • alternates between sleeping and waking; and, while the human being is
    • impulse. When the human being is awake, he is awake in thought, not
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