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  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Contents
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    • soul characteristics through self-observation and self-mastery. The
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
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    • preserves within himself a living picture of it. Thus do we have
    • occurs that one finds oneself during dreams involved in actions
    • itself upon us even into the next incarnation, so that it comes to
    • epoch when the Christ will manifest Himself in still loftier manner;
    • spiritualized Ego-Self, as the great Teacher of human evolution in
    • more and more the Christ Impulse until the Christ Himself shall have
    • there shall dwell in the word itself powers which shall convey
    • time it would not be possible even for the Bodhisattva himself
    • possibilities of evolution, will destroy himself by his own
  • Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
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    • characteristics through self-observation and self-mastery. The Leaders
    • interesting to us now to raise the question: How can self-discipline,
    • better acquire for oneself this acceptance, this calmness of soul in
    • I that beat myself." Only in the rarest cases do people say that they
    • stick against another person in days gone by. Yes, it is you yourself
    • self, when we say: "Everything that befalls us comes from ourselves.
    • satisfaction. But one who merely associates himself with these
    • with himself. To any one who believes he can achieve this with a turn
    • still became angry, he himself became so angry that he threw
    • himself to do such a thing must think for many, many weeks about
    • one, but for himself and herself knew no means of help. This
    • visualized when we demand that self-knowledge shall give insight. We
    • must demand of self-knowledge that it shall develop coherence in
    • seems to have nothing to do with it. All obstinacy, all self-seeking,
    • connected with obstinacy and selfishness — such as ambition,
    • self-seeking, egoism; and cultivate, on the contrary, a certain
    • absorption in things and a certain self-sacrificing attitude
    • toward other beings. Absorption, a self-sacrificing attitude, in
    • self-seeking and egoism bring their own punishment through the fact
    • that the self-seeking person becomes more and more discontented,
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