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- Title: Risen Christ: Lecture I: The Fall from Paradise and its Redemption by Christ
- withdraws from that particular part of its physical manifestation.
- by showing the disturbed balance between the physical and the etheric
- physical body became more active, intruding upon the etheric body
- the sense organs the physical body asserts itself in an illegitimate
- physical forces assert themselves; they intrude into a sphere which
- physical and etheric bodies.
- say that where the spirit struck against the physical body, allowing
- physical force can overpower the etheric in a disharmonious way. That
- progressive permeation by Christ of the astral, etheric and physical
- relationship between the etheric and physical bodies. Rudolf Steiner
- and the physical. He says, “There is something which goes
- the physical, is something puzzling, tantalizing, even from the
- reconditioned spiritual essence of the physical body. The Risen
- Title: Risen Christ: Lecture II: The Vision of Christ in the Etheric World
- between the physical and etheric bodies affected the senses; between
- physical body. Regardless of where they are, they are approaching
- no longer in the physical body.” It is then that he speaks of
- why does that action work in the spring and not in the fall? Physical
- both in spring and fall. There is no seasonal exception to physical
- the etheric forces are not complicated chemical or physical forces
- physical effect, is a balance. Balance is so deeply built into MAN
- etheric eye before it enters fully into a physical instrument is one
- seen with physical eyes. It will be only the initiate, he says, who
- of a physical presence, and the picture we try to describe would not
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