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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Contents
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    • Leaders of human beings. Magic-moral power of the word. The Maitreya
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • becomes a strengthening, an empowering, of the life within us."
    • powers of love, out of which he may draw his knowledge, his impulses,
    • loses sight of the progress made by human powers. It is a blunder to
    • when still higher powers will awake in human beings. This will be the
    • impulse which permeates humanity with moral power. The Christ impulse
    • is power and life, the moral power which permeates the human
    • being. But this moral power must be understood. Precisely as regards
    • there shall dwell in the word itself powers which shall convey
    • by our larynx as it is today. But such a power of spirit will one day
    • receive moral power. Three thousand years after our present time
    • means of his immoral shrewdness, he will then be without power to
    • harm. In place of this power, however, the soul will then possess in
    • ever increasing measure moral powers — indeed, moral powers such
    • power and morality are needed to receive the Christ Impulse into
    • ourselves so that it becomes power and life in us.
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • of human beings. Magic-moral power of the word. The Maitreya Buddha.
    • ourselves, for instance, that the development of precisely one power
    • view, whose powers are fully occupied and activated by what he is
    • intense self-discipline, in developing to the utmost those powers
    • powers of the human being, which can kindle like fire everything in

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