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- Title: Esoteric Christianity: Foreword
- parched, had to be revitalised by being permeated with the knowledge
- of ancient wisdom. This took place by way of a knowledge of Buddhist
- In order to turn knowledge of the occult worlds into a science of the
- grasp of the knowledge of his time and command of the individual
- fields of knowledge to an extent which enabled him to reply to the
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 1
- you can all get sufficient knowledge from that
- Knowledge of the Higher Worlds.
- moral impulses for deeds. Through a kind of self-knowledge man can
- It is part of an occultist's basic knowledge that the Maitreya Buddha
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse in Historical Development - Lecture 2
- knowledge of the spiritual life. For what is the greatest thing that
- spirit knowledge. It will become more and more important to observe
- prepare ourselves through our knowledge of the spiritual to understand
- for knowledge in the sort of phenomenon that is to be found in the
- When we see this, we acknowledge how objectively the Christ works.
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: Rosicrucian Christianity - Lecture 1
- knowledge of their age and the twelve tendencies of thought, came
- the highest degree. He possessed intellectually all the knowledge of
- denied at that time, acquired their knowledge by returning in memory
- at certain intervals. At these moments all knowledge and wisdom flowed
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: Rosicrucian Christianity - Lecture 2
- was a kind of imaginative knowledge. One of the outcomes of this was
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: Jeshu ben Pandira - Lecture 1
- knowledge justifies the assertion that our thoughts, which are
- though the candidate may have any amount of knowledge, he will not be
- knowledge, his impulses and his activities.
- knowledge and so be able to prepare themselves to understand what then
- torment to them, whereas those who strove to attain a knowledge of the
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: Jeshu ben Pandira - Lecture 2
- when we do not proceed in accordance with knowledge of the spirit.
- harmonised by spiritual knowledge. But apathy deadens the emotions and
- began to show his knowledge of what would cure them: that for one
- Such things must be clearly seen when we demand that self-knowledge
- shall give insight. We must demand of self-knowledge that it shall
- for himself a knowledge of what is to occur in the future. Whoever has
- the opportunity today to devote himself to spirit knowledge, enjoys a
- For having a knowledge of these things gives a foundation for
- should for once accept such knowledge and say:
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse as Living Reality - Lecture 1
- science, as we have often emphasised, which brings us knowledge of the
- branch of it which, strictly speaking, likes drawing its knowledge by
- but in spiritual knowledge the intellect has to become spiritualised
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Christ Impulse as Living Reality - Lecture 2
- knowledge then existing, of the world and its secrets, was gathered
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Dawn of Occultism in the Modern Age - Lecture 1
- Whatever knowledge of the spiritual worlds existed in the thirteenth
- men who possessed some genuine knowledge of occultism. Goethe's poem
- psychologists also acknowledged their belief in repeated earth lives.
- But it is the task of Western humanity to acknowledge the course of
- year 33 AD. Knowledge of the fact that the pivot of evolution lies at
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Dawn of Occultism in the Modern Age - Lecture 2
- knowledge alone does not make men true Anthroposophists; those who
- the knowledge that the soul can gain mastery over the external world.
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: The True Attitude To Karma
- theory or a science, nor only as knowledge in the ordinary sense. It
- only acquire knowledge through Anthroposophy, but that forces shall
- theoretical knowledge? Why do we have to bother in our group meetings
- this gives us the deeper knowledge that there is nothing more
- As to the question concerning self-knowledge, that can certainly not
- science, although in essence it brings self-knowledge and the
- within us a magic power which, without our conscious knowledge, leads
- conscious knowledge? It means that the wiser being is prevailing over
- the process of growing maturity, the acquisition of a real knowledge
- knowledge of life that we can acquire, what is it really?
- knowledge we may amass, is something entirely personal, and that we
- of convenience. This actually means that we can gain no knowledge of
- Very well, then, how are we to attain any knowledge of the higher
- we know, and nothing else! A man who aspires to self-knowledge without
- are nothing else but self-knowledge. And true Anthroposophy is in
- reality true self-knowledge! From Spiritual Science we receive
- These apparent theories are, in truth, the ways to self-knowledge. A
- reality of the higher worlds and the knowledge that can be obtained
- from them, all leads to true self-knowledge. When we think deeply
- self-knowledge in this way. Then we shall really succeed in creating
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- Title: Esoteric Christianity: Intimate Workings of Karma
- and this memory, together with the knowledge still surviving, was such
- that he was destined for a very special mission. This knowledge was
- the knowledge they possessed was gathered into one whole, and when he
- in order to gather knowledge of what had come to life in him during
- People may ask: How can such knowledge really concern us? This very
- Title: Esoteric Christianity: The Mission of Christian Rosenkreutz
- were capable of receiving higher knowledge. Among the pupils of the
- common knowledge. Whence did Copernicus, Galileo, Giordano Bruno and
- Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment,
- Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment
- A year ago we heard how the knowledge of having a certain relationship
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