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  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
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    • understanding. So far as we can see there is great similarity between
    • But between this act
    • by showing the disturbed balance between the physical and the etheric
    • between Paradise and The Fall. While our hands can still operate
    • which he describes the disturbance of the interaction between the
    • to describe the very complicated disharmony between the etheric and
    • the disturbed balance between man's ego and his astrality —
    • between our ego and our astrality.
    • between ego and astrality. On the basis of the biblical records one
    • re-established the true human balance between angel and animal. You
    • can read between the lines this fact of the re-established paradisal
    • balance between ego and astrality.
    • Through this event the proper relationship between the astral and
    • relationship between the etheric and physical bodies. Rudolf Steiner
    • re-establishment of the paradisal balance between the four
  • Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
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    • between the physical and etheric bodies affected the senses; between
    • the etheric and astral bodies affected the glandular system; between
    • finally how the disharmony between the ego and soul forces affected
    • century, somewhere between 1930 and 1940. The years 1933, 1935, and
    • a mountain, but there is nothing flatter than the country between



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