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  • Title: Reappearance/Christ: Lecture I: The Event of the Appearance of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • thoughts, ideas, and knowledge he has thereby acquired to work upon
    • life — with the ideas of spiritual science.
    • These ideas do not serve merely to satisfy our
    • and ideas become truly fruitful for us only when we no longer merely
    • These ideas should permeate us with warmth; they should become
    • when we do not merely consider abstractly the idea of reincarnation,
    • the principle ideas and feelings for the earth-will. This, in turn,
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture I: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • object of these lectures is to place before you an idea of the
    • evil — must be seen as moral ideas, as cognition, or as
    • in the moral realm this or that ideal comes to birth. It takes only a
    • little self-knowledge to realise that these ideals do rise up into
    • moral ideals are connected with the deepest questions of existence,
    • surface level? So it is, for example, when an inventive idea arises
    • widely accepted idea of this differentiation corresponds with the
    • as Will, in contrast to the elements of ideation and feeling. If we
    • ideas the dark impelling forces which are rooted in the elemental
    • since the Will plays through our feelings into the life of ideas, we
    • elements, ideation and feeling, which belong to conscious life, but
    • to understand one another concerning the concepts and ideas they
    • route. Nothing else can be satisfactory in the highest, most ideal
    • other concepts or ideas excluded, this picture must live
    • ideas; they must work upon his soul in vivid, living Imaginations.
    • absolutely to the idea: ‘King Jesus must become the Ruler upon
    • These ideas,
    • lays hold of the Will-element, while the Jesus-idea seizes the
    • the sole ideal of Christianity, while the other looks solely at the
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture II: Rosicrucian Training and Anthroposophical Training
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • the idea of karma. The words spoken through the lips of Strader in my
    • does the idea of repeated earth-lives find its way, as though by inner
    • certainly not in the way that ideas of this kind are considered in
    • years, when he came to the idea of repeated earth-lives, he had
    • the idea occurs sporadically. Drossbach, a nineteenth-century
    • psychologist to establish the idea of repeated earth-lives. Again, in
    • other instances where the idea of repeated earth-lives springs up, as
    • the ideas of repeated earth-lives
    • the way in which Western men have come to this idea simply through
    • It is most interesting to see how Lessing came to the idea of
    • idea of repeated earth-lives in Buddhism, and even given the same
    • generally known. How did he come to this idea?
    • makes good sense. So the idea of repeated earth-lives springs up in
    • we trace out the same idea in Buddhism. There, a person is concerned
    • cases the same idea emerges, but in the West the path to it is quite
    • imperfect, because the scientific ideas of the first half of the
    • this idea turns into fantasy, for he thinks that the world itself
    • ideas appear quite sporadically, and it is right that in spite of
    • naturally to the acceptance and making credible of the ideas of
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  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture III: Sources of Knowledge of Christ, Lord of Karma
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • suits their own likings and represents their own ideal. And it must
    • we pay proper heed to the tradition, no idea of ‘Adept’
    • because from the very outset, owing to some preconceived idea, we
    • Faith. His idea is that what a man should attain concerning such
    • external world, in line with Lutheran and Kantian ideas, or in the
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IV: Experiencing the Christ Impulse, Jerome and the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • works out his idea of the Christ Being accordingly. In his Apologia
    • world, your idea of the world, for the times have become other than
    • give up the false idea that man has always been as he is today. For —
    • attached to the idea of reincarnation — tradition and occult
    • possible a certain number of ideas, will lead, if not into complete
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture V: Redemption of the Physical Body
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • into the concept, the idea, of the Christ, the whole of human
    • formation of the human ideal in the external world — all this
    • own ideal, and we must keep this in mind if we want to understand how
    • Greek spirit. So, too, was the creation of human ideals in plastic
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VI: St. John and St. Paul, First Adam and Second Adam
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • the current ideas of our time — the time in which we are still
    • this idea. For looking at the matter quite soberly, what does it demand
    • Science, so as to bring an idea to meet Paul's statement.
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VII: The Mystery of Golgotha, Greek, Hebrew and Buddhist Thought
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    • gather that certain theosophical ideas, which in some quarters are
    • longer had any idea that the entity which becomes conscious through
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture VIII: The Two Jesus Children, Zoroaster and Buddha
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • idea of Jesus of Nazareth, up to the thirtieth year of his life, when
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture IX: The Exoteric Path to Christ
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • the idea of reincarnation — reached all that man can reach of
    • all kinds of grotesque ideas, but never to a relationship with the
    • human ideal compatible with Earth-evolution merely by an inner
    • that he can attain his highest ideal of Earth-existence solely
    • on the one hand and ‘abstract idealism’ on the other.
    • alternative choice — is the concrete idea of evolution we must
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ: Lecture X: The Esoteric Path to Christ
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    • This book contains many of Steiner's fundamental ideas concerning Christ
    • whether we take this idea from Lessing or from the psychologist
    • idea of repeated earth-lives is not only a concern of the individual
    • feeling, and perception of the whole human race. And when the idea of
    • ideal which dawned in ancient Greece, an ideal formulated by
    • Socrates: that when a man grasps the idea of the good, the moral, the
    • ethical, he feels this idea as so magical an impulse that he becomes
    • capable of living in accordance with it as an ideal. Today we are not
    • so far advanced that this ideal can be realised; we are only so far
    • the ideas we hold of the good will immediately become moral impulses.
    • principle is stated, it sinks down into a man as a new idea, so that
    • ideal in contrast with which every human act of love can be but
  • Title: Lecture: The Structure of the Lord's Prayer
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    • for oneself, was contrary to the Christian idea of prayer. Such
    • the same — and yet not the same — when you apply this idea to the
    • ideas and lessons won from those experiences which have enriched your
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • just had 'a really brilliant idea. “I am on my way,” he
    • head, or in his mind or soul. Anyone who starts with this idea
    • For the man who transplants the idea to the great cosmic planetary system
    • transfer the idea to the planetary system, then, and then only, would
    • astral body as the vehicle of his life of thought and ideation. So
    • is well; but if you have formed a wrong idea of it, then you must try
    • get the right idea at the right moment.
    • get the right idea at the right moment. Your thought will become
    • unable to call up a graphic idea of what they actually experienced on
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • Steiner's ideas in the numerous publications of his work currently
    • thinking consists in following the example of some authority whose ideas are
    • with traditional ideas.
    • possible time this idea, which an “impractical” man had to
    • glowing with the joy of one who has just hit upon a really clever idea,
    • Whoever harbors this idea will be constantly diverted by a false feeling
    • whom the right idea usually does not occur at the right time.
    • the right idea occurs to him at the right moment.
    • soon be noticed that ideas come at the right moments, and the right
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of the Human Temperaments
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    • to recognize this inner kernel of being, or to look upon the idea of
    • ideas, even all concepts of what we designate as moral ideals, and so
    • force in the life of sensations, ideas, and the nervous system;
    • sensations and feelings and in the images of his life of ideas.
    • shifting images and ideas; in this way a chaos of images would come
    • sensation to sensation, from image to image, from idea to idea.
    • and how the blood is the restrainer of this life of ideas. What
    • passes to another one; such a person cannot hold himself to an idea,
    • from idea to idea; he shows a fickle disposition. That can be
    • thoughts and ideas begin to be enduring; the person becomes gloomy,
    • solved by setting up abstract ideas and concepts. The general human
    • not to be solved by this setting up of abstract ideas and concepts;
  • Title: From Jesus to Christ (single lecture)
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    • idea, or a spiritual sub-stratum in the view of Spiritual Science)
    • whole idea and outlook of the Mysteries. It is now asked in the sense
    • preparation of the soul for the realization of the ideas about the
    • Cosmos, and that the further he projected his conceptions and ideas
    • whenever he desired to encompass the Cosmos with his ideas. This
    • called this Primal man Adam. According to old Hebraic ideas that which
    • Christ Idea bears fruitful seed that will bring humanity not merely to
  • Title: Jesuit and Rosicrucian Training
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    • an idea of the Christ Event in so far as it is
    • evil — must be seen as moral ideas, as cognition, or
    • can see how in the moral realm this or that ideal
    • to realise that these ideals do rise up
    • knowing how our great moral ideals are connected
    • is, for example, when an inventive idea arises in
    • accepted idea of this differentiation corresponds
    • contrast to the elements of ideations and feeling.
    • into concepts and ideas the dark impelling forces
    • feelings into the life of ideas, we see quite
    • soul-life we have two elements, ideation and
    • the concepts and ideas they formulate for
    • can be satisfactory in the highest, most ideal sense
    • severe. With all other concepts or ideas excluded,
    • not merely appear before him in thoughts and ideas;
    • and surrenders absolutely to the idea: ‘King Jesus
    • These ideas, gathered up into a single resolution of
    • Will-element, while the Jesus-idea seizes the Will-element
    • Jesus’ the sole ideal of Christianity, which the
    • regards as the highest ideal concerning human worth
  • Title: Esoteric Lessons Part II: Karlsruhe, 10-10-11
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    • room who took in these ideas clairvoyantly. We should always have the
  • Title: True Nature: Lecture I: The Event of Christ's Appearance in the Etheric World
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    • then allows the various ideas and thoughts and items of knowledge
    • spiritual-scientific ideas. The nature of these ideas is such that
    • us. These ideas should warm us inwardly, should become
    • an earnest question will arise in us when we think about the idea of
    • Greco-Latin epoch, when ideas and experiences of paramount importance
  • Title: Truths and Errors: Lecture IX: Spiritual Science and Natural Sciences - their Relationship to the Riddles of Life - 1
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    • awakening to falling asleep, all desires, passions, ideals,
    • What are the mental pictures, ideas, and concepts to the
    • can say if one has only materialist ideas and ignores what
    • idea or mental picture, one can easily disprove that. If one
    • natural sciences. It is the big ideal of natural sciences to



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