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  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture IX
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • of the life of Christ Jesus according to what I have
    • heard that after the life of Jesus of Nazareth from his
    • whole life long.
    • life; I have filled offices of distinguished rank. And
    • significance in the whole development of the life of
    • Christ-Impulse was to be purely in the life of soul, in
    • life played no part. His connection with the Christ
    • increasing materialism, of external life. To this end we
    • whole soul in the current of spiritual life. It can be
    • dependent upon our inner life. We pass judgment, but we
    • things that are holy as sacred in life, when we enter the
    • sacred domains of life in an attitude of waiting without
    • against the mysteries of the spiritual life we must
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture X
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • of the spiritual life from which John the Baptist had
    • Third Epoch began to re-emerge in the life of our Fifth
    • understand Him? How can we make our life of feeling
  • Title: On the Fifth Gospel: Lecture XI
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Baptism and the life of Christ after the Baptism. Among the scenes
    • give details of the life of Jesus of Nazareth. His three
    • life-organs of man that if the second Event had
    • not taken place, human life in the world could not have
    • what he imbibes through his life-organs, for his means of
    • life-organs. In the physical body they are vesicular
    • loathing. Therefore the seven life-organs too would have
    • brought ‘moderation’ into the life-organs,
    • life-organs could never have functioned with temperance
    • healthy life of the soul is disturbed. When thinking,
    • development of the seven life-organs if the second Christ
    • man's life of soul would have been cast into disorder if
    • of Apollo, the Sibyls were women whose life of soul
    • life-organs in the earthly Atlantean epoch and the three
    • feelings and sentiments we have harboured during life.
    • earthly life. And this image tells us: ‘If your
    • level. No life or existence in the physical kingdom of
    • a life of unblessedness after death if the vista
    • man knows it to be the young, fertile life by which he is
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