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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • of our time, it makes a great difference if one speaks from a
    • great part of mankind today is already under the control, from one
    • philistinism could make one also flee from the beauty and greatness
    • materialistic, you must receive the answer: a great part of modern
    • a great part of modern Christian theology succumbs when it no longer
    • Ahrimanic powers can use and which will give Ahriman the greatest
    • predominate in modern times. You know, indeed, what a great difference
    • earth is robbed of spirit, robbed of soul, even of life. It is a great
    • consciousness through the tenets of these great spirits in human
    • evolution merely shows the universe as a great mechanism.
    • things are there; they live within it. And much of the great discord
    • still children. We have made such great strides — right ‘to the
    • that it is illusion. Ahriman has the greatest possible interest in
    • superstitious empiricism, one is dealing with a great illusion, a
    • deception — that men should not recognize this is of the greatest
    • prevail into the third millennium. He would have the greatest success
    • confusion over mankind that will gradually become greater and greater
    • such a great temptation to contribute to Ahriman's triumph!”
    • already, for surely the World War catastrophe was a great folly! Yet
    • great harm which such one-sidedness would cause. By being faced with
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • of our time, it makes a great difference if one speaks from a
    • great part of mankind today is already under the control, from one
    • philistinism could make one also flee from the beauty and greatness
    • materialistic, you must receive the answer: a great part of modern
    • a great part of modern Christian theology succumbs when it no longer
    • Ahrimanic powers can use and which will give Ahriman the greatest
    • predominate in modern times. You know, indeed, what a great difference
    • earth is robbed of spirit, robbed of soul, even of life. It is a great
    • consciousness through the tenets of these great spirits in human
    • evolution merely shows the universe as a great mechanism.
    • things are there; they live within it. And much of the great discord
    • still children. We have made such great strides — right ‘to the
    • that it is illusion. Ahriman has the greatest possible interest in
    • superstitious empiricism, one is dealing with a great illusion, a
    • deception — that men should not recognize this is of the greatest
    • prevail into the third millennium. He would have the greatest success
    • confusion over mankind that will gradually become greater and greater
    • such a great temptation to contribute to Ahriman's triumph!”
    • already, for surely the World War catastrophe was a great folly! Yet
    • great harm which such one-sidedness would cause. By being faced with
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  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • greatest, is an attempt to return to the word that has been lost, to
    • great mystery of the extent to which Man is an actual pictured
    • different way. The unit embraced all numbers and was the greatest.
    • unit is the greatest and the following numbers always appear as being
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • greatest, is an attempt to return to the word that has been lost, to
    • great mystery of the extent to which Man is an actual pictured
    • different way. The unit embraced all numbers and was the greatest.
    • unit is the greatest and the following numbers always appear as being
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • faithfully, the great and significant moment comes when real spiritual
    • way they want to see it. They know that Lessing was a great man, but
    • Christ lives in each human soul. If our souls acquire ever greater
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • faithfully, the great and significant moment comes when real spiritual
    • way they want to see it. They know that Lessing was a great man, but
    • Christ lives in each human soul. If our souls acquire ever greater
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • connection, or they have the greatest difficulty in doing this,
    • which cannot be overlooked, for this would be the greatest sin of all.
    • Real are, for instance, a great number of herrings in the sea;
    • there obtain the following impression: “How infinitely great and
    • proved to be an enormous benefit to the dead, one of the greatest
    • may, as it were, develop and be of great help to the souls in their
    • overcome a great difficulty, consisting therein that the old spiritual
    • great number of recruits! It is this lazy indolence which influences
    • human life to a great extent. Even modern political economists now
    • relationships. A great deal of work must be done between death and a
    • adapted only for the physical world, and it requires a great effort in
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • connection, or they have the greatest difficulty in doing this,
    • which cannot be overlooked, for this would be the greatest sin of all.
    • Real are, for instance, a great number of herrings in the sea;
    • there obtain the following impression: “How infinitely great and
    • proved to be an enormous benefit to the dead, one of the greatest
    • may, as it were, develop and be of great help to the souls in their
    • overcome a great difficulty, consisting therein that the old spiritual
    • great number of recruits! It is this lazy indolence which influences
    • human life to a great extent. Even modern political economists now
    • relationships. A great deal of work must be done between death and a
    • adapted only for the physical world, and it requires a great effort in
  • Title: Note: Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • Indian section of Theosophy, and well marks a great step taken towards
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • different spiritual streams brought together, as the great Eastern
    • great Bhagavad Gita poem, and on the other the Paulinism which
    • spiritual life. However great and powerful and mighty much in the
    • Great, mighty teachings, a mighty outlook into the space of the
    • occurred what is connected with the great Being, Christ Jesus. During
    • culture of the second; not as something historically great, not as
    • and Raphael allowed themselves to be influenced by the great works of
    • were enraptured by the greatness of the poem, by its profound
    • become acquainted with the Bhagavad Gita, the great spiritual song
    • are great because of their one-sidedness. In the Bhagavad Gita we have
    • originally belonged together. The greatness of the Bhagavad Gita lies
    • the whole great spiritual cosmos. We cannot say the Veda-Word, because
    • philosophy. Yoga acquired its great importance when that inspiration,
    • glorification of the three spiritual streams just described. The great
    • loosening, the great struggle began which is described in the
    • great teacher. He was to be the teacher of the new age lifted out of
    • The purport of the great teachings of Krishna, however, is to show
    • shall see that precisely by grasping the connection between the great
    • Humboldt calls the greatest philosophical poem the Bhagavad Gita.
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • spiritual horizon which surrounded the great Buddha, out of which he
    • great reformer of the Vedantic and other Indian knowledge in the
    • eventually evolve is always there, in the great universe. The
    • always been in the great universe and is there at the present time. We
    • impression of red, another of white, another of blue. A great deal of
    • worked the one who first gathered together this great Sankhya
    • the changing forms. “Therefore go thou,” thus might a great
    • Yoga; both will lead thee to that which the great teacher of the Vedas
    • the fighters, is instructed by the great Krishna, the Teacher of
    • to press on to that which the great teachers of mankind of former days
    • Krishna, through the Great Teacher of the humanity of the new ages
    • another?” Then Krishna comes to him, the Great Teacher Krishna,
    • great note struck in the sublime song, in the Bhagavad Gita; the great
    • belonged to it, however great and wise he might be, was not without
    • wisdom.” We feel this, when see we how the great teacher,
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • background of such great revelations, such great world-philosophies as
    • great force that flows from the proper understanding of the
    • Again destiny rings out to us in all its gigantic greatness. Only when
    • great and powerful; because from every verse it radiates forth to us
    • the great nobility of the human soul; because in everything spoken
    • as to the great concepts of Christianity, as to Grace, the Law, the
    • would be blindest. prejudice not to admit that through the great Song
    • have had to be a great law-giver, a leader of great masses of people.
    • been considered a great sin to write an ordinary biography, which only
    • is that which in Budhi and Manas is directly connected with the great
    • look up to in Krishna, the Great Teacher of Arjuna. Krishna teaches
    • great teachings of Krishna. On the other hand, it all seems so calm,
    • The methods by which the pupil of the great Krishna may rise by one of
    • great Krishna teaches him that a man only becomes wise, only unites
    • produce. “It is all one,” says the great Krishna to his
    • which the great Krishna leads his pupil Arjuna. Thus the great Krishna
    • the great Krishna says to his pupil: The soul that lives in thee is
    • great Krishna wants to make of him.
    • great Krishna holds before him as the ideal-what does he then
    • great Teacher, Arjuna with Krishna himself: who lives in all things
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • artistically rounded way, that one could not well imagine a greater
    • the Gita refers to the great truths as to liberating oneself from
    • must grow greater and greater, and which we can only grasp in all its
    • day to become great and which is first to be found in invisible form
    • causes the flame to grow greater and greater: but the reason the flame
    • experience the whole greatness of that which later all generations
    • Gita which, if we have already been amazed at the great and mighty
    • the great tree of Life, whose roots have an upward direction, and the
    • leads to the greatest heights of the soul. But that which came into
    • the great teacher is really concerned: he is before all concerned with
    • That is something which, in its full greatness can only be considered
    • it. Then comes the Christ-Impulse. That is, however, the greatest
    • see something greater still, if one is determined to see in Krishna
    • shall have to speak further of the overwhelming greatness of the
    • see and feel that, as a matter of fact, the relation between the great
    • it is true, the great imperfections of the Pauline Epistles as
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • with a great deal which many people think they know. They do not know
    • great and mighty revelations about the evolution of man's own inner
    • from his comprehension. Thus the greatness of the subject itself is in
    • therefore an individual matter; something which the great Teacher
    • It is to the greatest possible extent a matter for the community in
    • passage which may certainly be compared in greatness, even in artistic
    • but Love is the greatest of these, hence Love is above all. For if you
    • should prophesy. He who prophesies is greater than he who speaks with
    • diverted into the depths of the human soul, where the great struggle
    • true heights of perception and feeling. The greatest of all must be so
    • necessary to bring the Greatest, the Highest, at all near to our soul.
    • mankind. It should be a feeling of the greatest modesty which impels a
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • been greater than that of any other document. It may truly be said that as a
    • That was the great change that took place three or four centuries ago —
    • How has it come about that to-day we are in a position to do greater justice
    • greater independence. And what Anthroposophy has to give to man of modern
    • slumbering powers and faculties exist within him; that there are certain great
    • its root in the ground and growing upwards to the blossom. Compare the greater
    • this image to work upon it, it makes greater and greater progress, and is
    • the spiritual world, understands the great Scribes of the Bible. He knows
    • word for word. I tried to show that a great deal of what is to be found in
    • The Old Testament lends itself to a great deal of controversy, for the
    • great deal that can lead us to this realisation. When we study the earliest
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • been greater than that of any other document. It may truly be said that as a
    • That was the great change that took place three or four centuries ago —
    • How has it come about that to-day we are in a position to do greater justice
    • greater independence. And what Anthroposophy has to give to man of modern
    • slumbering powers and faculties exist within him; that there are certain great
    • its root in the ground and growing upwards to the blossom. Compare the greater
    • this image to work upon it, it makes greater and greater progress, and is
    • the spiritual world, understands the great Scribes of the Bible. He knows
    • word for word. I tried to show that a great deal of what is to be found in
    • The Old Testament lends itself to a great deal of controversy, for the
    • great deal that can lead us to this realisation. When we study the earliest
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • The warmth within man which is greater than that of his environment is
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • The great question with which we have been concerning ourselves for
    • Think of how greatly our responsibility is increased when we realize:
    • You see, therefore, how great is the distance separating the
    • things is provided by the fact that in an epoch when great power was
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • strong effort of will. And the greater the strength and intensity of
    • as this comes from outside, and kindle into greater activity the
    • But by what means do our actions evolve to greater perfection? To use
    • greater perfection in our actions? We achieve this by developing in
    • Thus you see how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom and
    • Thus does man stand within the great process of world-evolution, and
    • perceive that just as more and more will, a greater and greater
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • great objective!” Indeed, Constantine carried the symbol of the
    • This kind of perception can certainly lead to great and significant
    • and Ahriman. In a period, even the greatest phenomena are not always
    • the greatness of the painting, in fact, we acknowledge it. We simply
    • state and something I can now dwell on in greater detail than was
    • the greater blame to England. Yet all these conjectures do not take
    • with great fervor, endless variations of absolutely meaningless
    • grasping spiritual laws, can progress from the state of greatest
    • imperfection to one of greatest perfection. People found this too
    • The greatest damage is done when what is poured into a child's soul
    • even inspired one of the great British writers to compose a work that
    • connections to great values that are just now germinating but will
    • a great event, how to sacrifice themselves for their people's
    • world. Mankind's greatest sin will be to ignore what the dead call out
    • learn, and must learn, from the dead how they contribute to the great
    • great pride in the fact that he was able to present an article about
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    • great objective!” Indeed, Constantine carried the symbol of the
    • This kind of perception can certainly lead to great and significant
    • and Ahriman. In a period, even the greatest phenomena are not always
    • the greatness of the painting, in fact, we acknowledge it. We simply
    • state and something I can now dwell on in greater detail than was
    • the greater blame to England. Yet all these conjectures do not take
    • with great fervor, endless variations of absolutely meaningless
    • grasping spiritual laws, can progress from the state of greatest
    • imperfection to one of greatest perfection. People found this too
    • The greatest damage is done when what is poured into a child's soul
    • even inspired one of the great British writers to compose a work that
    • connections to great values that are just now germinating but will
    • a great event, how to sacrifice themselves for their people's
    • world. Mankind's greatest sin will be to ignore what the dead call out
    • learn, and must learn, from the dead how they contribute to the great
    • great pride in the fact that he was able to present an article about
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • applies, to a greater or less extent, to nearly all of them in the
    • divine-spiritual life shone with greater strength into the human soul.
    • of the development of the ego. This is of great significance, for if
    • Yet we attribute greatness to individuals in whom the idea of liberty,
    • So again from this point of view, Spiritual Science has a great and
    • it contains the greatest of all impulses for all time to come. And then
    • endanger it will see how greatly they are in error. These are the people
    • Christianity there are glories still greater than have yet been
    • greatness are men who know that the words that Christ is with us to
    • greatness. Those who are always saying: ‘That is not in the Bible,
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    • applies, to a greater or less extent, to nearly all of them in the
    • divine-spiritual life shone with greater strength into the human soul.
    • of the development of the ego. This is of great significance, for if
    • Yet we attribute greatness to individuals in whom the idea of liberty,
    • So again from this point of view, Spiritual Science has a great and
    • it contains the greatest of all impulses for all time to come. And then
    • endanger it will see how greatly they are in error. These are the people
    • Christianity there are glories still greater than have yet been
    • greatness are men who know that the words that Christ is with us to
    • greatness. Those who are always saying: ‘That is not in the Bible,
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • five cultural periods, up to and including our time, since that great
    • ancient Indian cultural epoch; of the second, the great ancient
    • distinguish this great, most important evolutionary stream, which is
    • connected with the great embodiments of our earth planet itself, from
    • belongs to the greater evolutionary stream, had already undergone a
    • time in an epoch in which this ego has the great and special mission
    • and it is told of them that here and there they were founders of great
    • cities, were great leaders of peoples, and so on. They were not merely
    • great cultural progress of the earth, and it is narrow-mindedness in
    • descended from the macrocosm to our earth, to bring into it the great
    • that He was great and significant because of the perfect development
    • themselves, so to speak, will be extolled, and looked upon as a great
    • instead of being presented on a great stage in a capital city. He
    • said: “It is absurd that the greatest drama in the world should
    • not be performed upon a great cosmic body. It is exactly as if a great
    • the great simple truth which is given in the Christian legend. And if
    • then it does not seem absurd that, in contrast to the greatest cosmic
    • indication of that great teaching which spiritual science is to give
    • often seen — but how are these great truths contained in the Gospels?
    • The way in which the greatest truths are there presented to man is the
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    • five cultural periods, up to and including our time, since that great
    • ancient Indian cultural epoch; of the second, the great ancient
    • distinguish this great, most important evolutionary stream, which is
    • connected with the great embodiments of our earth planet itself, from
    • belongs to the greater evolutionary stream, had already undergone a
    • time in an epoch in which this ego has the great and special mission
    • and it is told of them that here and there they were founders of great
    • cities, were great leaders of peoples, and so on. They were not merely
    • great cultural progress of the earth, and it is narrow-mindedness in
    • descended from the macrocosm to our earth, to bring into it the great
    • that He was great and significant because of the perfect development
    • themselves, so to speak, will be extolled, and looked upon as a great
    • instead of being presented on a great stage in a capital city. He
    • said: “It is absurd that the greatest drama in the world should
    • not be performed upon a great cosmic body. It is exactly as if a great
    • the great simple truth which is given in the Christian legend. And if
    • then it does not seem absurd that, in contrast to the greatest cosmic
    • indication of that great teaching which spiritual science is to give
    • often seen — but how are these great truths contained in the Gospels?
    • The way in which the greatest truths are there presented to man is the
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  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • quite certainly be greatly astonished, because within his soul the
    • indeed brought in contact with a great many things in daily life
    • us as if from a great distance, and we can describe their increasing
    • insignificant beetle or worm, just as much as at the greatest events
    • interested in small things as in the greatness of a volcanic eruption.
    • no impulse either to burden themselves very greatly with conscience
    • A great many people here in the West are so constituted, and it is
    • with still greater force later during his next life on earth. Then he
    • because we inwardly sense, to a greater or less degree, that the human
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • quite certainly be greatly astonished, because within his soul the
    • indeed brought in contact with a great many things in daily life
    • us as if from a great distance, and we can describe their increasing
    • insignificant beetle or worm, just as much as at the greatest events
    • interested in small things as in the greatness of a volcanic eruption.
    • no impulse either to burden themselves very greatly with conscience
    • A great many people here in the West are so constituted, and it is
    • with still greater force later during his next life on earth. Then he
    • because we inwardly sense, to a greater or less degree, that the human
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • year — in spite of great difficulties — we were able to prepare three
    • a very great deal to say.
    • caused great discomfort to the listeners. The obvious answer would be
    • greatly our age lacks true feeling for Art.) Inappropriate as it would
    • Neuchâtel a Group was founded, desiring to adopt the name of a great
    • that relates to the great Appearance of which we have been speaking
    • great a theologian he may be — can understand Christianity unless he
    • greatness of her achievement consist in formulating the three
    • Universal Brotherhood. The greatness of H. P. Blavatsky's work lay in
    • must look at the positive side and say that a great and powerful
    • Unveiled contains great Rosicrucian truths — even the
    • connected with Christianity contains great truths, but the greatest
    • another three thousand years — and then he will be a great
    • time when Jeschu ben Pandira was living and saw that a great
    • do not deny it. Or do we deny that a great Individuality dwelt in that
    • the greatest Teacher of Christianity — Christian Rosenkreutz —
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • did not greatly affect his circumstances as a small inheritance
    • to trade. This naturally aroused in the little man the greatest
    • his sleeve. Then he saw a great ship approaching, drawn and steered by
    • dragons In it was a great vessel of water, and the big man who was
    • in the form of his great talents Very soon he became a man of high
    • not exist. I could write a great many more and nobody who has written
    • the house had, moreover, profited greatly through him. The time came
    • for his examination; as well as having had a great deal of amusement,
    • his spirit-friends a friendship much greater even than it had been
    • spiritual being, a great organism permeated by spirit-and-soul. We do
    • Light can be shed upon a great deal that comes our way in life, if
    • body. In these domains there will be greater and greater
    • imprisoned spiritual wisdom and knowledge greater than anything
    • friend M.B... . at our General Meeting) the great majority of human
    • greatness will shock and amaze. It will pour over what mankind has
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • greatest intolerance to be found in history.
    • right. After persistent efforts he solves it, to his great delight.
    • intellect and reason — something which indicates a great deal
    • which is to be regarded merely as an example but from which a great
    • there would be an inclination to pay greater respect to those who are
    • this might evoke greater respect because it would be a radical and
    • The great Easter-Impulse given to humanity consisted in this: There
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • present day. It meant a great deal to me when our friends in Finland
    • to spiritual knowledge and to Initiation, great revelations have been
    • clairvoyance. And in their great Folk-Epics the peoples depicted the
    • great imaginative power, as the “forging” of a mysterious
    • One of the many signs of the great spiritual happenings of the near
    • during the next three thousand years as a development of great
    • the Christian will recognise the greatness of this teaching of
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • the one side, a picture of great and significant progress in the
    • The First Post-Atlantean epoch of culture after the great Atlantean
    • physical plane was created. But an utterance of a great Greek is also
    • epoch, we do less than justice to the greatness and significance of
    • has knowledge of the great cosmic Laws revealed today by Spiritual
    • Earth; and the knowledge of this great manifestation of law in the
    • teachings regarding the leaders and great heroes of human evolution
    • the great leaders, the East points to the Individuality who passes
    • through repeated Earth-lives; the greatness and significance of these
    • There we are told of the greatness of a Plato, a Socrates, of a figure
    • we are on the threshold of a great change in the spiritual life, are
    • with great significance is here opened up, of which mankind will stand
    • The great prophetic message of Elijah proclaimed that everything the
    • Mystery of Golgotha. I am referring, of course, to Raphael, the great
    • the very first, his life gave promise of all his subsequent greatness.
    • images. You have spoken great words concerning the living Gods, but
    • there is something still greater: the Glory of the God Who died on the
    • statements that have been made about the one or the other, for a great
    • appreciate Raphael, he contributed a great deal towards an
    • of doctrine in theories and systems, a picture of this great Mystery
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    • having any great mystery about it; but to the thoughtful, compassion
    • is a great and mysterious secret. When we look at a being only from
    • very remote, a great deal of attention was paid to these things:
    • example of the stirring of wonder. The very greatness of Homer lies in
    • in Greece. How great the difference is between these founders of
    • a philosopher as great as Aristotle still regarded the existence of
    • slavery as it was in Greece. Nobody will deny that the greatest of all
    • turn to the greatest of all Impulses — the Christ-Impulse which
    • present in the spiritual atmosphere of the Earth. The great turn given
    • is not reality, but “Maya,” the “Great Illusion”.
    • to be solved. Men on Earth will have to be greatly enriched in their
    • feeling will arise in greater and greater strength: — If you
    • evolution of the world, inspired by the three great impulses of
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • following upon the great Atlantean catastrophe. This epoch may be said
    • great catastrophe of which you may read in the lectures on the
    • experienced, in greatest intensity, their union with the physical
    • indicate a great physical catastrophe or deluge. Obviously it does not
    • Post-Atlantean epoch, when the Holy Rishis were the great teachers of
    • at the present day, these pictures, although full of the greatest
    • the great Cosmic Spaces remained. Whereas perceptions of the world
    • world outside. This was a great and epoch-making transition. In the
    • at only a few scattered places did men awaken from the great spiritual
    • world will have to unfold in greater intensity in the times lying
    • Earth aspired to great things. And his aspirations continued when,
    • understand the truths but actually to unfold all that the great ideas
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    • In reality, a great and mighty process underlies what is called the
    • past life spreads out like a great panorama, a great tableau. This
    • active life becomes outer reality. And to what a still greater extent
    • What is brought about by the “ I ” itself is of even greater
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    • a sense, the Spirits of Form leave man greater freedom as they
    • and feelings, will assume greater and greater importance. And in so
    • greater extent than was the case later on. As evolution continues he
    • more a matter individual to each one; they will have greater inner
    • great Teachers of humanity, and new ones are about to come ...”
    • because it brought all the ancient religions into one great unity.
    • Earth, was the Christ Being, the great Sun Being Who through the
    • come. (This task was described in greater detail in the Christiania
    • judgment and examination will assume greater and greater importance.
    • know, too, that Christian Rosenkreutz will be the greatest of martyrs
    • of individuality will assume greater and greater prominence. Even if
    • great and splendid achievement if Theosophy can promote unity of
    • become an evil, a great evil. As often as certain usages current in
    • Statesman, or a General to await the coming of a great General in the
    • new Statesman or a great General. A certain person who is striving
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    • of great symptomatic importance. Out of the cumulative mass of details
    • forgiven, what demands made of us. A great and impressive tableau of
    • of the great truths of Reincarnation and Karma.
    • lectures given by Rudolf Steiner seems to us to be of great importance
    • his one great wish — that the Society led by him might not
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    • look up to the great events of the history of the world and its
    • great migration from west to east. We ourselves were these peoples.
    • It must not be imagined that those who, in the last great migration,
    • under the special guidance of great individualities, through Europe to
    • those great compendiums of Wisdom called the Vedas, we have only the
    • with a painting of great importance that has surely passed before all
    • inclination that souls have today to lay great weight upon the outer
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    • turn. At the end of our fifth great epoch, the post-Atlantean, there
    • three bodies together like a broth in a great world-kettle, and if we
    • have been greatly handicapped had they remained bound to lower beings.
    • glory, glittered as a great sun-aura in space. On the other side
    • epoch. After great fire-catastrophes had terminated this Lemurian
    • Persian period. The great initiate saw an opposition between two
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    • whole of Atlantean culture was destroyed immediately after the great
    • part in the great migration from west to east. In others, however, it
    • greatest initiate (generally known as
    • great leader led this group farthest into Asia, so that they could
    • Asia, whence the great cultural streams could flow into the most
    • territory. Earlier still, before their great migration from west to
    • concepts. The great masses could form only ideas that were a sort of
    • greater influence over the physical body. If today a person were to
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    • campaign to India under Alexander the Great.
    • later yearned. Hence it was a great moment in his spiritual life when
    • Who were these seven great teachers of ancient India? As far as
    • this happen? We shall understand this if we realize that in the great
    • influences had need of an intermediary. Through the great Manu this
    • in ancient Egypt there were still a great many people who could absorb
    • exert a much greater influence on man. Today, when he sleeps, man
    • great teacher of that first sublime culture. In the first
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    • disregard the great cosmic events and direct our attention to what
    • ultimately this vapor-mist appeared like a great sun that shone out
    • earth-cosmos in its great variety; inside, with the light flowing
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    • baser beings are connected other higher ones, who have so great a
    • previously like putting on and taking off a garment, a great change
    • Each of them has had a great and powerful influence on man in his
    • something that today is of the greatest importance. We know that the
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    • The greater part of the people, who were unable to raise themselves to
    • at about the stage of a great amphibian. This is what the Bible calls
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    • Now the great beings, the leaders of evolution, departed as they
    • appeared as the symbol of Christ, to remind men of the great cosmic
    • fish symbol as something of great profundity. Such a significant sign,
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    • scarcely crystallized out of the water-earth, and that a great part of
    • when the great catastrophe was past, a great part of mankind had
    • we tried to characterize in all their greatness, in the spirituality
    • time immediately after the last traces of the great Atlantean
    • cultural period, out of which arose Zarathustra, the great pupil of
    • physical, was the great initiator, Hermes Trismegistos. It was
    • he, the thrice-great Thoth, who first showed to men the entire
    • wonderful work. The Greeks had the greatest architectonic gifts. Every
    • As in the great temple buildings, so was it in everything artistic
    • greatest pride to be a Spartan or an Athenian. To be a personality, to
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    • during his life a person was a gourmet, taking great pleasure in
    • changed greatly since then. We need only look into materialistic
    • death was not great. In primeval antiquity man had long periods of
    • of all spiritual development. It was the concern of the great
    • We should not think that the other great leaders of mankind did not
    • point in evolution, but Buddha, Hermes, and the other great beings
    • Blavatsky took great pains to show her intimate pupils how complicated
    • made great strides among them.
    • great prophets. It was a well-known being in the more ancient
    • were specially prepared for him. The Christ had the greatest powers,
    • it is beautiful, and the sacrifice is not great when one looks at it
    • greater became the power of death. We must bear this in mind if we are
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    • From our studies of the earlier great epochs of earth evolution we can
    • patient. A great treasure of occult wisdom in the domain of medicine
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    • that among us in Middle Europe the great Goethe, in his Faust
    • by steamer? Great spiritual force has been applied to building up such
    • ancient Egyptians. What was taught in the great mysteries was also
    • insight into the great cosmic connections, and let us imagine that
    • system. These men gave birth to their great laws out of Their
    • connections. Life becomes great and powerful, and we feel our way into
    • under-value the great material progress, but there is also the
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    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • which in the Macrocosm, the great Universe, lie one above the other.
    • acquire greater moral strength. We go to sleep in order that we may
    • wherein the most fruitful ideas for daily life and great inventions
    • vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings differ
    • in uniting with it, constituted an Event of the greatest possible
    • greater and greater numbers of people. This will inevitably come to
    • No word shall be said here against the great advances made by culture
    • no such destruction took place, for the great achievements of
    • of the ancient Rishis it was the great hope of Oriental Mysticism that
    • within a period of 5,000 years after the great Buddha achieved
    • proclaim the great secrets of existence. He will speak in a language
    • then do we live as building stones in that great work of construction
    • of the great Universe and all the members of our constitution —
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    • ego are outpoured into the great world bordering on physical
    • which in the Macrocosm, the great Universe, lie one above the other.
    • acquire greater moral strength. We go to sleep in order that we may
    • wherein the most fruitful ideas for daily life and great inventions
    • vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings differ
    • in uniting with it, constituted an Event of the greatest possible
    • greater and greater numbers of people. This will inevitably come to
    • No word shall be said here against the great advances made by culture
    • no such destruction took place, for the great achievements of
    • of the ancient Rishis it was the great hope of Oriental Mysticism that
    • within a period of 5,000 years after the great Buddha achieved
    • proclaim the great secrets of existence. He will speak in a language
    • then do we live as building stones in that great work of construction
    • of the great Universe and all the members of our constitution —
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    • which are active in the great Universe, and which — inasmuch as they
    • also take hold of man — bring him physical death. In the great
    • ourselves: These forces which are active in the great Universe — what
    • great Universe, and bring death to man — I may now also refer in a
    • not in the same way. The forces of evil are so ordered in the great
    • consequences which appear in any individual man to a greater or lesser
    • in him the inclination to receive the spiritual life. In the great
    • another must become ever greater and greater. This interest must grow
    • great care: it is possible to take over certain sentences from Woodrow
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    • which are active in the great Universe, and which — inasmuch as they
    • also take hold of man — bring him physical death. In the great
    • ourselves: These forces which are active in the great Universe — what
    • great Universe, and bring death to man — I may now also refer in a
    • not in the same way. The forces of evil are so ordered in the great
    • consequences which appear in any individual man to a greater or lesser
    • in him the inclination to receive the spiritual life. In the great
    • another must become ever greater and greater. This interest must grow
    • great care: it is possible to take over certain sentences from Woodrow
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    • the greater part of our pain and suffering is sought by imperfections that we
    • our thoughts accordingly, then we can learn a great deal. When a person at
    • in any other experience, we will understand a great deal more about these
    • so that it is filled with meaning, we can gain a great deal. Obviously, we
    • life, just as is the faculty of speech. The greater part of our ideas live in
    • is dependent on karma. A great deal is said with this statement. This means
    • In contrast to this, the struggle with the great secrets of existence,
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    • the greater part of our pain and suffering is sought by imperfections that we
    • our thoughts accordingly, then we can learn a great deal. When a person at
    • in any other experience, we will understand a great deal more about these
    • so that it is filled with meaning, we can gain a great deal. Obviously, we
    • life, just as is the faculty of speech. The greater part of our ideas live in
    • is dependent on karma. A great deal is said with this statement. This means
    • In contrast to this, the struggle with the great secrets of existence,
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    • Epistles. This greatest of earthly events was prepared for by three
    • the greatest misfortune for earthly man if certain sections of his being
    • be a great misfortune because our senses now work in our bodies in a
    • our vital organs were subdued and harmonized resulted from the great
    • Mystery wisdom, “The great Sun Spirit, Who in the future will live as a
    • I admit that it may seem strange when I say that this great Being was
    • spiritualized by the Christ impulse. Christ, as the great Sun Spirit,
    • for Christ did not appear to one nation only but, being the great Sun
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    • Epistles. This greatest of earthly events was prepared for by three
    • the greatest misfortune for earthly man if certain sections of his being
    • be a great misfortune because our senses now work in our bodies in a
    • our vital organs were subdued and harmonized resulted from the great
    • Mystery wisdom, “The great Sun Spirit, Who in the future will live as a
    • I admit that it may seem strange when I say that this great Being was
    • spiritualized by the Christ impulse. Christ, as the great Sun Spirit,
    • for Christ did not appear to one nation only but, being the great Sun
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    • to a recognition of the enlightening nature of these great truths.
    • speak of “misfortune” when we see a great martyr who has something
    • himself alone; on the contrary, he attaches great importance to its
    • luck of the gambler — here no doubt the small and the great have much in
    • 1837. It was his fate to serve for the greater part of his life as a common
    • quartermaster. This man left behind him a great number of poems, not only
    • insignificant, but I am glad that my fortune has brought me something greater.
    • “a great misfortune has overtaken me.” It is a question, however,
    • at that time I looked upon it as a great misfortune that my father had lost
    • done great things without any external compulsion, so that the loss of my
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    • to a recognition of the enlightening nature of these great truths.
    • speak of “misfortune” when we see a great martyr who has something
    • himself alone; on the contrary, he attaches great importance to its
    • luck of the gambler — here no doubt the small and the great have much in
    • 1837. It was his fate to serve for the greater part of his life as a common
    • quartermaster. This man left behind him a great number of poems, not only
    • insignificant, but I am glad that my fortune has brought me something greater.
    • “a great misfortune has overtaken me.” It is a question, however,
    • at that time I looked upon it as a great misfortune that my father had lost
    • done great things without any external compulsion, so that the loss of my
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    • indicated how the child behaves to a great extent as an imitative
    • This is of great significance. On our descent into the earthly world,
    • child, great secrets are inscribed there. Much can be seen there of
    • itself our activities. Therefore it makes a great difference whether a
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    • indicated how the child behaves to a great extent as an imitative
    • This is of great significance. On our descent into the earthly world,
    • child, great secrets are inscribed there. Much can be seen there of
    • itself our activities. Therefore it makes a great difference whether a
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    • the great advances made during the recent centuries and the immediate
    • Spiritual Science certainly does not underestimate the great progress made
    • that natural science would be able to solve the great riddles of human
    • dazzled by the greatness of human progress, and who do not comprehend
    • that a great professor or teacher, a giant professor, ought to be located in
    • Grimm, the great authority on art, set forth his conviction that
    • great fantasy of Laplace and Kant concerning the origin and eventual fate
    • human feeling which urgently demands a solution of the great problems of
    • human life itself is the greatest. I can, in the course of a brief lecture,
    • fact that science itself is a great problem, to which something must be
    • The great expectations based upon Darwinism, the hopes coming from the
    • connection it is allowable to refer to a greater event. And I should like to
    • of Spiritual Science, even distantly, with the greatest event which has
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    • the great advances made during the recent centuries and the immediate
    • Spiritual Science certainly does not underestimate the great progress made
    • that natural science would be able to solve the great riddles of human
    • dazzled by the greatness of human progress, and who do not comprehend
    • that a great professor or teacher, a giant professor, ought to be located in
    • Grimm, the great authority on art, set forth his conviction that
    • great fantasy of Laplace and Kant concerning the origin and eventual fate
    • human feeling which urgently demands a solution of the great problems of
    • human life itself is the greatest. I can, in the course of a brief lecture,
    • fact that science itself is a great problem, to which something must be
    • The great expectations based upon Darwinism, the hopes coming from the
    • connection it is allowable to refer to a greater event. And I should like to
    • of Spiritual Science, even distantly, with the greatest event which has
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    • world outlook. It must be kept in mind that there is a great
    • the greatest teachers in this field never did more than advise and
    • One of the great laws of man that must be intimately tried out on his
    • the way to comprehending the great law of reincarnation on his own. A
    • Regarding karma, the great law of just compensation, perception and
    • with this contemplative inner life. The great spiritual truths that he
    • the great Spirits. He has learned to survey the whole panoramic
    • begins to perceive the great, eternal truths. Then, suddenly the world
    • about through obedience to and observation of a great sum of rules and
    • from the great book of occult schooling. A person who makes use of
    • coupled with perseverance. There are the great levers of spiritual
    • The greatest sages of mankind did not discover the great truths by any
    • opened. Then he will find what all the great religious and
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    • world outlook. It must be kept in mind that there is a great
    • the greatest teachers in this field never did more than advise and
    • One of the great laws of man that must be intimately tried out on his
    • the way to comprehending the great law of reincarnation on his own. A
    • Regarding karma, the great law of just compensation, perception and
    • with this contemplative inner life. The great spiritual truths that he
    • the great Spirits. He has learned to survey the whole panoramic
    • begins to perceive the great, eternal truths. Then, suddenly the world
    • about through obedience to and observation of a great sum of rules and
    • from the great book of occult schooling. A person who makes use of
    • coupled with perseverance. There are the great levers of spiritual
    • The greatest sages of mankind did not discover the great truths by any
    • opened. Then he will find what all the great religious and
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    • breakdown processes. If the opposite activity is too great, however
    • Certainly a great deal can
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    • breakdown processes. If the opposite activity is too great, however
    • Certainly a great deal can
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    • spiritual forces in his soul. This is for him the great moment in
    • little world in the great world, who out of his purified soul brings
    • in the figure of the Madonna. These Madonnas are, it is true, greatly
    • being interred in many graves. Hence the great number of tombs of
    • Jesus we have the great prototype of everything that the human soul is
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    • spiritual forces in his soul. This is for him the great moment in
    • little world in the great world, who out of his purified soul brings
    • in the figure of the Madonna. These Madonnas are, it is true, greatly
    • being interred in many graves. Hence the great number of tombs of
    • Jesus we have the great prototype of everything that the human soul is
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    • requested by our friends here, a subject having great significance for
    • being, apart from the body is the great experience of the spiritual
    • that is of great importance in mankind's development. Because it is
    • egotism, not a decrease. The leaders of the mysteries thus set great
    • Christ. Men will experience Christ in ever greater measure, and
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    • requested by our friends here, a subject having great significance for
    • being, apart from the body is the great experience of the spiritual
    • that is of great importance in mankind's development. Because it is
    • egotism, not a decrease. The leaders of the mysteries thus set great
    • Christ. Men will experience Christ in ever greater measure, and
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    • something of what is given by the great guiding spirits of humanity or by
    • the spiritual content of great civilizations in which the human being
    • embodies a great thought — not every thought is suitable, as you know,
    • it, the thoughts of the great leaders of mankind draw the meditant onward
    • mankind to the great Atlantean flood recorded in the deluge-myths of all
    • as “the great sacrifice,” signifying the power of will to sacrifice
    • One may picture this “great sacrifice,” the highest expression of
    • When the will has become capable of making the “great sacrifice,” it
    • actually creates a universe, great or small, whose mission is bestowed
    • the “outpouring” — when Divinity makes the “great
    • kingdom,” “animal kingdom” and all the great divisions of
    • separate members of the great multiplicity of the kingdom, distinguishing
    • separate members of the great multiplicity of the kingdom are distinguished
    • body with the hour-hand and the minute-hand of a clock. A great
    • knowledge. The student has accomplished a great deal, indeed, if he has
    • before humanity as its great goal is called the Father in Heaven.
    • All formulas for meditation in the world's great religious societies
    • Not at all; rather, the great wise men have adopted these prayer forms
    • form of prayer was born of this great knowledge; and the great Initiate
    • the great universal laws according to which it has come into existence. It
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    • something of what is given by the great guiding spirits of humanity or by
    • the spiritual content of great civilizations in which the human being
    • embodies a great thought — not every thought is suitable, as you know,
    • it, the thoughts of the great leaders of mankind draw the meditant onward
    • mankind to the great Atlantean flood recorded in the deluge-myths of all
    • as “the great sacrifice,” signifying the power of will to sacrifice
    • One may picture this “great sacrifice,” the highest expression of
    • When the will has become capable of making the “great sacrifice,” it
    • actually creates a universe, great or small, whose mission is bestowed
    • the “outpouring” — when Divinity makes the “great
    • kingdom,” “animal kingdom” and all the great divisions of
    • separate members of the great multiplicity of the kingdom, distinguishing
    • separate members of the great multiplicity of the kingdom are distinguished
    • body with the hour-hand and the minute-hand of a clock. A great
    • knowledge. The student has accomplished a great deal, indeed, if he has
    • before humanity as its great goal is called the Father in Heaven.
    • All formulas for meditation in the world's great religious societies
    • Not at all; rather, the great wise men have adopted these prayer forms
    • form of prayer was born of this great knowledge; and the great Initiate
    • the great universal laws according to which it has come into existence. It
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    • To disseminate love over the earth in the greatest measure possible,
    • development, for he has still greater debts to pay to the past. He
    • greater perfection of our own being. Love for a few or for many beings
    • great egoists unless the impulse of love, the Christ Impulse, is
    • great danger that — if it is cultivated without the Christ
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    • To disseminate love over the earth in the greatest measure possible,
    • development, for he has still greater debts to pay to the past. He
    • greater perfection of our own being. Love for a few or for many beings
    • great egoists unless the impulse of love, the Christ Impulse, is
    • great danger that — if it is cultivated without the Christ
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    • foundation of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.
    • Lastly the physical body; if we ourselves had to achieve all the great
    • it from the great Universe, the Moon reflects to us like a mirror. And
    • on Earth at that time they were the great leaders and educators.
    • behind when at a certain time of old Atlantis the great teachers of
    • great Universe. Whoever seeks Initiation-wisdom in present time, must
    • Now this is only one of the ‘cities’ in the great Universe —
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
    • equity, the great ‘restorer of the balance’ for all that happens
    • life is connected with the Earth itself and with the great Universe
    • of the great cosmic writing. For they are but the written signs of the
    • great Universe — of the eternal, all-embracing spiritual life and
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    • foundation of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.
    • Lastly the physical body; if we ourselves had to achieve all the great
    • it from the great Universe, the Moon reflects to us like a mirror. And
    • on Earth at that time they were the great leaders and educators.
    • behind when at a certain time of old Atlantis the great teachers of
    • great Universe. Whoever seeks Initiation-wisdom in present time, must
    • Now this is only one of the ‘cities’ in the great Universe —
    • most part quite unconscious — which none the less play the greatest
    • equity, the great ‘restorer of the balance’ for all that happens
    • life is connected with the Earth itself and with the great Universe
    • of the great cosmic writing. For they are but the written signs of the
    • great Universe — of the eternal, all-embracing spiritual life and
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    • look up again to the Heavenly Child who brought the greatest of all
    • coffins. At a greater distance, some people are listening to music. Behind
    • find manifest the fact that man may, indeed, cherish a great hope for his
    • into the evolution of the earth will acquire ever greater strength in the
    • The child born at Bethlehem must be born in ever greater depths of the soul
    • within, and no matter how great the temptations, there is one steadfast
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    • look up again to the Heavenly Child who brought the greatest of all
    • coffins. At a greater distance, some people are listening to music. Behind
    • find manifest the fact that man may, indeed, cherish a great hope for his
    • into the evolution of the earth will acquire ever greater strength in the
    • The child born at Bethlehem must be born in ever greater depths of the soul
    • within, and no matter how great the temptations, there is one steadfast
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    • greater clearness.
    • Questions of great importance are pressing upon us these days;
    • and which cannot fail to be recognized by all who note the great
    • we are also confronted by great, serious, and vital problems of the
    • little world, and a counterpart of the great world. And when substance
    • consciousness is counterbalanced by its far greater range, for the
    • one wherein he becomes dreamily cognizant of the great cosmic laws,
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    • greater clearness.
    • Questions of great importance are pressing upon us these days;
    • and which cannot fail to be recognized by all who note the great
    • we are also confronted by great, serious, and vital problems of the
    • little world, and a counterpart of the great world. And when substance
    • consciousness is counterbalanced by its far greater range, for the
    • one wherein he becomes dreamily cognizant of the great cosmic laws,
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    • a hyaena, whereas his etheric body will have a far greater resemblance
    • epochs, the rigidity of the etheric body will have a great influence upon
    • consumption, shall then have died out. In future, a great hymn of praise
    • to overcome it with deeds, not with lame objections. The greater the
    • number of those who open their eyes to the spiritual, the greater will
    • be checked, and the greater will be the possibility of keeping materialism
    • materialistic world-conception may be designated as the great conspiracy
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    • a hyaena, whereas his etheric body will have a far greater resemblance
    • epochs, the rigidity of the etheric body will have a great influence upon
    • consumption, shall then have died out. In future, a great hymn of praise
    • to overcome it with deeds, not with lame objections. The greater the
    • number of those who open their eyes to the spiritual, the greater will
    • be checked, and the greater will be the possibility of keeping materialism
    • materialistic world-conception may be designated as the great conspiracy
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    • workers and others whose professions demand a great deal of writing.
    • strength of will was the greater.
    • body is greatly strengthened. Try to carry out what I have just described
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    • workers and others whose professions demand a great deal of writing.
    • strength of will was the greater.
    • body is greatly strengthened. Try to carry out what I have just described
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    • It could indeed be said that the greatest progress imaginable in medicine
    • contrast, in the area of actual therapy, there reigns great confusion —
    • metabolic system, we recognize that it naturally works with its greatest
    • naturally speak about these matters in greater detail. I will mention only
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    • It could indeed be said that the greatest progress imaginable in medicine
    • contrast, in the area of actual therapy, there reigns great confusion —
    • metabolic system, we recognize that it naturally works with its greatest
    • naturally speak about these matters in greater detail. I will mention only
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    • a great discovery. “I have discovered,” he said, “how,
    • healthy thinking. Similar errors of thought play a great part especially in
    • receive these images into our thoughts with the greatest possible clarity,
    • entirely applicable and of the greatest importance precisely for the outer
    • life will differ greatly from those of one whose ability to think is limited
    • greater depths than are generally imagined. It is our feelings that
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    • a great discovery. “I have discovered,” he said, “how,
    • healthy thinking. Similar errors of thought play a great part especially in
    • receive these images into our thoughts with the greatest possible clarity,
    • entirely applicable and of the greatest importance precisely for the outer
    • life will differ greatly from those of one whose ability to think is limited
    • greater depths than are generally imagined. It is our feelings that
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    • Sixth Great Period of humanity when men will look back upon that which
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    • Movement. It is therefore of great importance to grasp this fact in
    • intelligentsia as something great and significant among their people.
    • factor of blood is not meant to encompass great communities of human
    • A great
    • soul brings a great many other things in its train. This leads us to
    • public lecture yesterday I mentioned the great philosopher Soloviev,
    • altogether from the central idea held by the great Russian thinker,
    • of the greatest thinkers of Eastern Europe: “If Christ had not
    • believe that those great masters of wisdom who guide human progress
    • well that the great masters who guide our work from the spiritual
    • this group the spirit of good that is in you, great masters of wisdom,
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    • Movement. It is therefore of great importance to grasp this fact in
    • intelligentsia as something great and significant among their people.
    • factor of blood is not meant to encompass great communities of human
    • A great
    • soul brings a great many other things in its train. This leads us to
    • public lecture yesterday I mentioned the great philosopher Soloviev,
    • altogether from the central idea held by the great Russian thinker,
    • of the greatest thinkers of Eastern Europe: “If Christ had not
    • believe that those great masters of wisdom who guide human progress
    • well that the great masters who guide our work from the spiritual
    • this group the spirit of good that is in you, great masters of wisdom,
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    • In spite of the fact that one can point out great human differences
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    • In spite of the fact that one can point out great human differences
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • various nations were so great, nevertheless, in reality all these achievements
    • I once pointed out that the great Kepler, the successor of Copernicus, had
    • solution to the great secrets of the universe in their own particular
    • before us in a far greater glory than Osiris did in the eyes of the
    • we do not look merely each at the other, but together face the great goal we
    • work together in love on the great tasks, then, and only then, do we
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    • various nations were so great, nevertheless, in reality all these achievements
    • I once pointed out that the great Kepler, the successor of Copernicus, had
    • solution to the great secrets of the universe in their own particular
    • before us in a far greater glory than Osiris did in the eyes of the
    • we do not look merely each at the other, but together face the great goal we
    • work together in love on the great tasks, then, and only then, do we
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    • led to great humility with regard to earthly consciousness. Earthly man could
    • My great task is to become aware of my humanity. My task on this earth is to
    • greater knowledge of life on earth than was his birthright. He learns to
    • past. We learn to consider man over great periods of time. The whole
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    • led to great humility with regard to earthly consciousness. Earthly man could
    • My great task is to become aware of my humanity. My task on this earth is to
    • greater knowledge of life on earth than was his birthright. He learns to
    • past. We learn to consider man over great periods of time. The whole
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    • greater heights. This is therefore an egotistic basis for human action.
    • earthly evolution, to the Christ as the great archetype of the human being.
    • truth imparts the greatest moral impulses. If human beings listen to what
    • There is no greater arrogance than to say that one need only be a good
    • learn a great deal.
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    • greater heights. This is therefore an egotistic basis for human action.
    • earthly evolution, to the Christ as the great archetype of the human being.
    • truth imparts the greatest moral impulses. If human beings listen to what
    • There is no greater arrogance than to say that one need only be a good
    • learn a great deal.
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • into, I would now like to bring something of very great importance.
    • certainty that man's blood has grown weaker. And the great turning-point
    • education, and they attach great importance to getting down to the mental
    • standardized education still plays a great part, that is, the kind of
    • People long for a great deal, but nothing must change where their
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    • We shall then see what a great impact on a person's everyday life these
    • into, I would now like to bring something of very great importance.
    • certainty that man's blood has grown weaker. And the great turning-point
    • education, and they attach great importance to getting down to the mental
    • standardized education still plays a great part, that is, the kind of
    • People long for a great deal, but nothing must change where their
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    • related to us began with the great Atlantean Catastrophe, namely this
    • has to be overcome. Man has such a great inclination in our day to
    • This indeed is one of the greatest and most fatal illusions. People
    • people. The expanse and greatness of the British Empire rests on this
    • it said by the greater number of Anglo-Americans initiated into the
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    • related to us began with the great Atlantean Catastrophe, namely this
    • has to be overcome. Man has such a great inclination in our day to
    • This indeed is one of the greatest and most fatal illusions. People
    • people. The expanse and greatness of the British Empire rests on this
    • it said by the greater number of Anglo-Americans initiated into the
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    • We will now consider in rather greater detail why it was that the
    • Goethe, with all his power to unfold great, all-embracing ideas in
    • Among those who of recent years have been talking a great deal about
    • ardent admirer of Frederick the Great and pictured him as a Germanic
    • about Frederick the Great, naturally from the English point of view.
    • and presenting a true picture of Frederick the Great. Hermann Grimm
    • describes Macaulay's picture of Frederick the Great in the very apt
    • words: Macaulay makes of Frederick the Great a distorted figure of an
    • consciousness all that was alive within his soul. Indeed, the great
    • penetrate into men via the heads of the administrators. A great deal
    • beyond his reach in the days of Greece. This is of far greater
    • great it contains no trace of spirit, not an iota of spirituality. All
    • great investigator, but at the cost of losing all spirituality.
    • precisely where science appears in all its greatness. Man immerses his
    • Then came the great migrations of the peoples. Men wandered over the
    • manifests in the universe in great and powerful rhythms which can be
    • But there are great differences in respect of all this — for example,
    • the Asiatics would appear — even now, when a great proportion of them
    • can be done only when men accustom themselves to concepts of greater
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    • We will now consider in rather greater detail why it was that the
    • Goethe, with all his power to unfold great, all-embracing ideas in
    • Among those who of recent years have been talking a great deal about
    • ardent admirer of Frederick the Great and pictured him as a Germanic
    • about Frederick the Great, naturally from the English point of view.
    • and presenting a true picture of Frederick the Great. Hermann Grimm
    • describes Macaulay's picture of Frederick the Great in the very apt
    • words: Macaulay makes of Frederick the Great a distorted figure of an
    • consciousness all that was alive within his soul. Indeed, the great
    • penetrate into men via the heads of the administrators. A great deal
    • beyond his reach in the days of Greece. This is of far greater
    • great it contains no trace of spirit, not an iota of spirituality. All
    • great investigator, but at the cost of losing all spirituality.
    • precisely where science appears in all its greatness. Man immerses his
    • Then came the great migrations of the peoples. Men wandered over the
    • manifests in the universe in great and powerful rhythms which can be
    • But there are great differences in respect of all this — for example,
    • the Asiatics would appear — even now, when a great proportion of them
    • can be done only when men accustom themselves to concepts of greater
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    • cannot be experienced from without. The great religions have always been
    • religions call the “Great Sacrifice”.
    • that it is able to consummate the “Great Sacrifice”. Volitional
    • the same time by virtue of the “Great Sacrifice” pours life into
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    • cannot be experienced from without. The great religions have always been
    • religions call the “Great Sacrifice”.
    • that it is able to consummate the “Great Sacrifice”. Volitional
    • the same time by virtue of the “Great Sacrifice” pours life into
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    • raises into greater clarity what lies in the ocean-depths of man's
    • If the life of soul is studied from this point of view, great
    • antipathies are the antecedents of human egotism. The greater a man's
    • This Sun-Mystery was felt to be the greatest spiritual treasure
    • greatest of all treasures was represented in Rome, at all events in an
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    • raises into greater clarity what lies in the ocean-depths of man's
    • If the life of soul is studied from this point of view, great
    • antipathies are the antecedents of human egotism. The greater a man's
    • This Sun-Mystery was felt to be the greatest spiritual treasure
    • greatest of all treasures was represented in Rome, at all events in an
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    • ages. Plutarch is a writer from whom we can learn a great deal
    • And this experience brings man to greater consciousness of self. The
    • In the ancient civilisations — and herein lies the great difference
    • In this matter we labour under great illusion; we dream, and we cling
    • philosophy. They make a great mistake who assert that at one time of
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    • ages. Plutarch is a writer from whom we can learn a great deal
    • And this experience brings man to greater consciousness of self. The
    • In the ancient civilisations — and herein lies the great difference
    • In this matter we labour under great illusion; we dream, and we cling
    • philosophy. They make a great mistake who assert that at one time of
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    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • greater and greater intensity the farther we go back in history — is
    • presence of a sadness that must always accompany great enthusiasm for
    • Goodness were held to be the greatest ideals of human striving. Yet
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    • conscious evolution these words have expressed three great ideals:
    • greater and greater intensity the farther we go back in history — is
    • presence of a sadness that must always accompany great enthusiasm for
    • Goodness were held to be the greatest ideals of human striving. Yet
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    • ancient instinctive clairvoyance was already greatly dimmed. Men's
    • To-day in our great learning we agree that we do not know what the
    • sensed when he felt mathematics to be like great poetry —
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • the great wide universe. There we experienced what could be
    • after death. These forces worked with great intensity in the ancient
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    • ancient instinctive clairvoyance was already greatly dimmed. Men's
    • To-day in our great learning we agree that we do not know what the
    • sensed when he felt mathematics to be like great poetry —
    • great mystery of earthly life was imparted from two different sides.
    • the great wide universe. There we experienced what could be
    • after death. These forces worked with great intensity in the ancient
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • today which looks to the very greatest enigmas of human existence. In
    • with the great questions of Eternity, that it holds itself aloof from
    • from a world-view which looks to the great problems of human
    • here about the social question, today we want to speak from a great
    • arrangement would cause such a great change in commercial or business
    • question regarding women is one of the greatest present questions of
    • scientific and other great minds have seen in the women's question
    • with the greatest energy against the admission of women into the
    • able to fulfill the profession of a doctor. With the great authority
    • to ridicule by presenting, little by little, all the various great
    • This is no fable! This man asserted that the greatness of the spirit
    • question of women. A great deal has been written on the psychological
    • A great scientist,
    • Thus we could say a great deal and, on the one side, could list all
    • occupied itself a great deal with this question, and Science enjoys
    • great authority. But the statements of scientists concerning the real
    • something that is far greater and more decisive than sexual
    • many respects these discussions are characterised by great
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • culture has become, in the greatest sense, a male culture
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    • today which looks to the very greatest enigmas of human existence. In
    • with the great questions of Eternity, that it holds itself aloof from
    • from a world-view which looks to the great problems of human
    • here about the social question, today we want to speak from a great
    • arrangement would cause such a great change in commercial or business
    • question regarding women is one of the greatest present questions of
    • scientific and other great minds have seen in the women's question
    • with the greatest energy against the admission of women into the
    • able to fulfill the profession of a doctor. With the great authority
    • to ridicule by presenting, little by little, all the various great
    • This is no fable! This man asserted that the greatness of the spirit
    • question of women. A great deal has been written on the psychological
    • A great scientist,
    • Thus we could say a great deal and, on the one side, could list all
    • occupied itself a great deal with this question, and Science enjoys
    • great authority. But the statements of scientists concerning the real
    • something that is far greater and more decisive than sexual
    • many respects these discussions are characterised by great
    • life, how they were equal to men and played a great part. And
    • culture has become, in the greatest sense, a male culture
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    • watching out for the signs of the times. A very great deal is
    • world-evolution. One of the greatest defects, one of the principal
    • consider in greater detail the nature of man himself. In the sense of
    • in any way. Great world-events often pass men by just as something
    • These events can be characterised in greater detail, for to know what
    • great significance — and they want to lift man to their own spiritual
    • excellence of materialistic Darwinism. He is also the great teacher of
    • technology, so that with somewhat greater refinement, men shall
    • great danger may arise and men must be alert to it. If they are not,
    • future evolution of the Earth, a great danger to this evolution will
    • Here lies the great danger for the age of the Spiritual Soul. This is
    • Everything connected with medicine will make a great advance in the
    • into the spiritual world is itself a greater awakening from ordinary
    • great or middling importance of which you will be able to say: It came
    • I have already spoken here in greater detail about such matters. From
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    • watching out for the signs of the times. A very great deal is
    • world-evolution. One of the greatest defects, one of the principal
    • consider in greater detail the nature of man himself. In the sense of
    • in any way. Great world-events often pass men by just as something
    • These events can be characterised in greater detail, for to know what
    • great significance — and they want to lift man to their own spiritual
    • excellence of materialistic Darwinism. He is also the great teacher of
    • technology, so that with somewhat greater refinement, men shall
    • great danger may arise and men must be alert to it. If they are not,
    • future evolution of the Earth, a great danger to this evolution will
    • Here lies the great danger for the age of the Spiritual Soul. This is
    • Everything connected with medicine will make a great advance in the
    • into the spiritual world is itself a greater awakening from ordinary
    • great or middling importance of which you will be able to say: It came
    • I have already spoken here in greater detail about such matters. From
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    • were able to understand him, was of the greatest importance in this
    • death on the cross, something very deep and great is implied in this
    • great truths of the past connected with man's earthly evolution, a
    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • himself. The gods faced the great problem of losing to a certain
    • Golgotha meant this for the gods: a greater wealth of knowledge
    • greater part in the older evolution of mankind, and that Ahriman
    • that the first heralds of Christianity attached great value to the
    • greatest aspect, this error is responsible for the death on the cross
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    • were able to understand him, was of the greatest importance in this
    • death on the cross, something very deep and great is implied in this
    • great truths of the past connected with man's earthly evolution, a
    • great illusion, and it made no great impression on men, for they knew
    • himself. The gods faced the great problem of losing to a certain
    • Golgotha meant this for the gods: a greater wealth of knowledge
    • greater part in the older evolution of mankind, and that Ahriman
    • that the first heralds of Christianity attached great value to the
    • greatest aspect, this error is responsible for the death on the cross
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    • exercise an extraordinary influence. We see this great effect in plays
    • Shakespeare's dramas are above all character-dramas. The great
    • create such great ones. He was thoroughly acquainted with the stage,
    • to some extent some of the greatest qualities in his plays: the bold
    • IT” and some of the Kings' plays do not differ so greatly from
    • great character-plays which were to establish his fame for all times
    • great play “OTHELLO”.
    • the effect produced by the characters must have been even greater than
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    • exercise an extraordinary influence. We see this great effect in plays
    • Shakespeare's dramas are above all character-dramas. The great
    • create such great ones. He was thoroughly acquainted with the stage,
    • to some extent some of the greatest qualities in his plays: the bold
    • IT” and some of the Kings' plays do not differ so greatly from
    • great character-plays which were to establish his fame for all times
    • great play “OTHELLO”.
    • the effect produced by the characters must have been even greater than
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    • influence. We see this great effect in plays that have
    • plays are above all character dramas. The great interest which
    • create such great ones. He was thoroughly acquainted with the
    • extent some of the greatest qualities in his plays: the bold
    • greatly from the plays of his contemporaries, of  Marlowe
    • fashion in those days. The great character-plays, which were to
    • characters must have been much greater than today.
    • greater: through the power of characterization which remains
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    • influence. We see this great effect in plays that have
    • plays are above all character dramas. The great interest which
    • create such great ones. He was thoroughly acquainted with the
    • extent some of the greatest qualities in his plays: the bold
    • greatly from the plays of his contemporaries, of  Marlowe
    • fashion in those days. The great character-plays, which were to
    • characters must have been much greater than today.
    • greater: through the power of characterization which remains
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • Manicheanism laid such great stress on purity. The Cathari were a sect
    • and Evil will form a far greater contrast than they do today. What
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • Manicheanism laid such great stress on purity. The Cathari were a sect
    • and Evil will form a far greater contrast than they do today. What
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    • acquired by the survey of ever-greater periods of time. The Greek
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    • what is conveyed by this sense is to a great extent an inner process;
    • that, from the time of Hume or Locke or even earlier, this great
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    • much head-men, we shall understand a great deal, but remember little
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    • great numbers of their fellow-men, beings who, however, only show themselves
    • and who are the spiritual Individualities of the great original Leaders of
    • association with the great Cosmic Healers, he transforms for his
    • was so radiant with light, showed itself now to him in the great cosmic
    • And thus was he, who on Earth had unfolded so great a love for art,
    • is of very great significance. A personality who was most deeply devoted to
    • century, and that shall lead mankind past the great crisis in which it is
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    • great numbers of their fellow-men, beings who, however, only show themselves
    • and who are the spiritual Individualities of the great original Leaders of
    • association with the great Cosmic Healers, he transforms for his
    • was so radiant with light, showed itself now to him in the great cosmic
    • And thus was he, who on Earth had unfolded so great a love for art,
    • is of very great significance. A personality who was most deeply devoted to
    • century, and that shall lead mankind past the great crisis in which it is
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    • sustaining him with great power. The Archangels bear him more mightily
    • Such intercourse is most certainly possible but it presents greater
    • once to the other person. This is the greatest error when it is a
    • sleep, we shall find they shed great light on the spiritual world. In
    • human being. A great deal of what we undertake in life is really
    • Now there is a great difference according to whether a soul passes
    • Spiritually perceived, there is a great, great difference. When little
    • Just such a matter as this can show us the great significance of
    • oration referring to the life of the one who has died, will have great
    • — not only by remembering things he said which meant a great deal
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    • sustaining him with great power. The Archangels bear him more mightily
    • Such intercourse is most certainly possible but it presents greater
    • once to the other person. This is the greatest error when it is a
    • sleep, we shall find they shed great light on the spiritual world. In
    • human being. A great deal of what we undertake in life is really
    • Now there is a great difference according to whether a soul passes
    • Spiritually perceived, there is a great, great difference. When little
    • Just such a matter as this can show us the great significance of
    • oration referring to the life of the one who has died, will have great
    • — not only by remembering things he said which meant a great deal
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    • First the Egyptian age with all that belonged to it — and a great
    • deal belonged to it — then the Greco-Latin age with its great
    • its sculptures, those great, ideal, and perfect human forms described
    • cloud out of which develop a great number of similar little children,
    • say something of the greatest significance if we do but consider them
    • roll. When the great Atlantean flood took place, the knowledge of the
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    • learn to understand this again, for he would then understand the great
    • things which to modern thinking — at least to the greater part of
    • Nevertheless, it is of great use to the inner being of man to dwell on
    • spiritual, will have a great influence on educational principles.
    • Spiritual Science will again prove to be a great, a universal remedy,
    • ETERNAL; she is the great HEALING PRINCIPLE to which humanity will
    • After the great Atlantean flood, in the first holy ancient Indian
    • active today, and what will go on working into the great to-morrow of
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • greater part of what is most essential is hidden from the outer
    • in autumn a reaper cuts corn the clairvoyant sees great currents of a
    • feels pleasure, it has a sensation of well-being. Great currents of
    • together again it would cause very great pain. The same fact may be
    • One great Initiate spoke about this in a very significant manner.
    • when it develops the flower from outside? It does something of great
    • body. There is a great difference between human beings in this
    • of guardian angels. These guardian angels have a great duty to
    • more, or that he looks up to his Angel as his great pattern, it is
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • Thus we pass to greater and ever greater grades of' Spiritual Beings,
    • These Beings are all greater than the man of today, but in the next
    • be as great as the Angels are now; and he will continually expand to
    • ever greater degrees of perfection. This is also the case as regards
    • although on Saturn they were greater than the humanity of today, they
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    • If you go back to a time long before the great catastrophe swept
    • During the Atlantean period man had great power over the shape of his
    • downwards on the other. Through this something else of great
    • great importance is here involved. If man had reached the middle of
    • today, and who prepared him for the great event of the descent of the
    • a very great influence; an age when there was a consciousness among
    • expression, in forms of art, to the great conceptions of the world.
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    • but thoughts and passions of all sorts worked into a great piece of
    • evolution. There is, of course, a great difference in animals; between
    • higher forces whose leader is Christ — the great Sun-Spirit
    • who acted as great teachers in the Atlantean schools of initiation.
    • to him the great impulse for the future.
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    • first consider the great world and then look down to the limited
    • its particular mission in the great household of cosmic existence.
    • earth-moon. In the great universe evolution proceeds in such a way
    • remarkable quality. These beings possessed a great deal, but one thing
    • because of the blood tie. This was a great time of preparation for
    • are of greater value than the mere observation of external objects. In
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    • a very great purpose.
    • good; he gives to the poor. The gift calls forth great thankfulness in
    • for the hidden world of the spirit; they looked with great reverence
    • partakers of this lost world. The first great age of post-Atlantean
    • for the spiritual world was so great that men strove by artificial
    • In the great migration towards the East there was another group which
    • “chosen people,” had to make preparation for the greatest
    • Testament, who in their Testament possessed the greatest and most
    • personality. Those with the greatest spiritual force, who had remained
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    • supreme Being — the great Sun-Spirit. This is the meaning of what
    • age, it is necessary to touch the fringe of a great mystery which
    • had already passed through three great epochs; the third being the
    • epoch came to an end through great fire catastrophes; the Atlantean
    • great subdivisions; the ancient Indian, the Persian, the Egyptian, the
    • they would have developed greater powers) or whether they would take
    • great mystery.
    • Christ — the great Sun-Spirit — the effect reached even into
    • something of very great importance! A part of the world is to be
    • physical plane, and having developed so great a love for it, and
    • side clear and bright and restored the Christ to him with even greater
    • only a fact of great importance to man, but is of infinite importance
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    • gives us no direct conviction of this union, although it is a great
    • longer quite correct; even in Theosophical handbooks great mistakes
    • willing to recognize such secret connection of the great laws of the
    • religion, as he felt the great thoughts of Divinity to be reflected in
    • What else was the great effort of Richard Wagner than a spiritual
    • greater than Christ that does not decide anything, for this depends on
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    • manifestations. The mysterious connection of the great cosmic laws
    • terms of modern consciousness of the reflection of the great Cosmic
    • described, the great central event clearly illuminated. There are
    • recognise the smallest in the greatest. He cannot eliminate whole
    • Societies bearing great and honourable names.
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    • Jesus-Principle a great and dangerous error in the
    • knowing how our great moral ideals are connected
    • part of the great unknown Nature.
    • greatest crimes. And although this death on the
    • had to be visualized with great exactitude, for it
    • soul must learn to feel that the greatest danger to
    • the plain of Babylon. And the greatest disgrace for
    • few centuries there is hardly a greater contrast
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    • knowing how our great moral ideals are connected
    • part of the great unknown Nature.
    • greatest crimes. And although this death on the
    • had to be visualized with great exactitude, for it
    • soul must learn to feel that the greatest danger to
    • the plain of Babylon. And the greatest disgrace for
    • few centuries there is hardly a greater contrast
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    • into the great wash of the sea water
    • and they drifted a great while
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    • It gives me great pleasure to be here with you once more. And to see
    • meet is a pleasure no less great. In the name of our striving to serve
    • great significance for our spiritual movement. In these difficult
    • think. For this house to stand here is of very great significance!
    • Character, it attracted a great deal of attention, and the various
    • judgments passed on the book differed greatly. There were people who
    • As you see, a greater divergence of opinion could not be imagined. On
    • the one hand there was an almost prayerful reverence for a great work
    • masculine and feminine. With great correctness and diplomacy he calls
    • traditional way of speaking. Those who have much M have the great
    • capable of doing great evil. Those with less M tend to exist on a
    • creating guilt in the world. And what is the greatest guilt that those
    • the greatest possible guilt there is within the limits of our
    • furnished a basis for subsequent theories. The book caused a great
    • sensation and, not only that, it has had great influence.
    • him naturally had a great influence on him, too. He lived in the
    • gigantic book, a book in which a very great deal of contemporary
    • rightly understood, would actually have become one of the great
    • had to acquire the ability to behold the great gifts he possessed
    • greater theme.
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    • manifests the greatest kind of regularity and order, and another realm
    • which we can see a similarly great degree of regularity and order.
    • are irregular and cannot be experienced in the same way. Great
    • great order, the other which exhibits a pronounced lack of order.
    • great year.
    • would correspond to a certain period of Earth years. One great Jupiter
    • each Jubilee Year, and that is one great year of reconciliation. But
    • beginning of the Earth would be the time of a great, cosmic year of
    • Jubilee Year of Mercury, one great Jupiter year, or 50 revolutions of
    • prepared for the great, cosmic Jubilee Year. It was prepared by social
    • human institution was preparing human souls for thinking the great
    • greater or lesser degree expressed there. There we find mirrored all
    • lives and weaves in harmony with the great, somnambulistic
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    • it is to say that external life is a life of maya — is the great
    • shaped by knowledge, we carry the future within us. And that has great
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    • Now the difference we are considering here is not so great as the
    • does not increase. They do not develop a greater sense of
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    • — My guilt, my most great guilt!
    • — My guilt, my most great guilt!
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    • really do learn a great deal that can only be learned on earth with
    • learn a great deal. And that is included in the wisdom we accumulate.
    • great extent of their travels, they have not acquainted themselves
    • Let us once more consider the curious fact that a great number of
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    • When we speak of the great world and the small world, of the macrocosm
    • Faust. He called the whole cosmos ‘the great world’,
    • And the intimacy is greater still if the sounds contain meaning. Thus
    • acknowledging its truth and its greatness. I have given lectures here
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    • accounts. For example, it is of great significance for the
    • its original place, and so forth. This he describes with great
    • counter-stream to the great stream of all cosmic evolution — and
    • On the other hand, my greatest burden of thanks lies in a direction
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    • for greater concreteness. This philosophy had a more or less
    • because its initial vitality ebbed, this longing for greater
    • beauty, was born into the world of mankind, we need to place the great
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    • that the greatest possible sum of sensations should be thought with
    • Wahle's non-philosophy, his un-philosophy, is based. For his great
    • opportunities there are for writing the greatest possible number of
    • matters in the near future and examine them in greater detail.
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    • in such a way that, in greater or lesser detail, our experiences can
    • greater degree in the Atlantean period itself, and which I have
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    • delivered in too great a haste, can be the truth — but they can
    • such as the great abstract ideals of Truth, Beauty, Goodness. But
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    • incarnation and with the incarnation to come. A great cosmic
    • characteristic, which is true of all the great laws of the cosmos.
    • embryological development and find great cosmic laws revealed in what
    • certain person in the group is the reincarnation of a great and
    • us say, and wrote down great truths, thousands of copies of which are
    • spread across the globe. These writings are greatly admired, even
    • have an especially great significance for our times. For a
    • generate the greatest possible human consciousness. Understand well
    • what I am saying: he wants to generate the greatest possible amount of
    • things. He has a great understanding for how a person can develop a
    • post-Atlantean epoch is unfolding in that great world out there, can
    • their effect is chaotic. This is shown not only by the great amount of
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    • Originally, we had a much greater gift for understanding the elemental
    • basis of other people seems to be growing ever greater! Just as the
    • see how they expand that great and significant truth that is the key
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    • great inaugurator of the science of idols. Why, then, should the
    • Bacon, Bacon of Verulam, the great inaugurator, was also a practical
    • made its appearance, the last remnants of the great atavistic
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    • Printed in Great Britain
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    • The festival of St. John reminds us that the greatest Individuality
    • annunciation of this greatest of events in the history of man, and it
    • the latter finds its way to a greater public. Let me now figuratively
    • advent of Christ, is represented not only as one of the greatest but
    • as the very greatest of phenomena in the evolution of humanity. What
    • greatness as the most momentous figure in the evolution of humanity
    • represents the greatest event in the evolution of mankind, must there
    • initiation is the greatest event the human soul can experience, a view
    • in a renewed form and in greater measure than humanity hitherto
    • taught as follows: For every individual man there is a great, a mighty
    • evolution, this one great event, the rebirth of the higher ego, does
    • must prepare himself in many and manifold ways. And after this great
    • stages. We behold other great beings and events in human evolution. We
    • great disruption — to the primeval Indian civilization. There we
    • find seven great, holy teachers knows as the Holy Rishis. They pointed
    • its great inaugurator, Zarathustra. To those whom it was his mission
    • can be seen enveloping him, he said, so too, the great Sun-Aura, Ahura
    • Mazdao, can be seen beside the Sun. And the great Sun-Aura it was
    • see Ahura Mazdao in his earthly environment. The great moment was at
    • clairvoyant eye did not behold Ahura Mazdao, the great Sun-Spirit, the
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    • There is a remarkable saying of the great mystic Jacob Boehme — a
    • beautiful addition to the great works he has given us in finished
    • Now when we investigate in the Akashic records that great event, the
    • Let us assume that a great leader of humanity stands before some other
    • suppose, is alive to the fact that the other is a great leader, and
    • the great figures of the human race from the standpoint of psychiatry.
    • describe him, but that he belongs to the greatest figures of the
    • extent, and in earlier centuries to a greater extent, though this
    • Europe) would not to any great extent excite feelings of respect. But
    • how Queen Maya was the ‘Image of the Great Mother’ and that it had
    • great to be confined to the narrow limits of the personality born at
    • legend; great truths underlie the saying that when Buddha was born,
    • the greater his advancement, the richer must his life be in
    • The individual who was already a great initiate on earth, was between
    • entered into him; then, in the radiant light of this great Being he
    • to become the Bearer of Christ, we have before us a great initiate who
    • descends, as it were, into the great initiate — the moment is the
    • self, the self of the great initiate, had attained such greatness that
    • Jesus of Nazareth had in every respect prepared himself for this great
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    • nature. I must mention this because certain facts with which the great
    • why the great narrators of spiritual events often express sublime,
    • the great spiritual facts of evolution.
    • greater density and coarseness than they were before that event; their
    • when he places before us those great truths. And they who knew these
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    • This separation of the Moon is a moment of the very greatest
    • great sacrifice on old Saturn. Human thought, even human seership,
    • and something then happened of great importance which I would ask you
    • work in the greatest. To be sure, not spirit in general, as when
    • Let us take the great teachers of the ancient Indians, the holy
    • great Sun-Spirit, who, as Spirit, is active in light. He would have
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    • above an elephant's trunk and head, you would be greatly surprised.
    • upon the astral body, and this led to results of great consequence.
    • reflection in his intellect with great perfection. But in his
    • perfection man would have been nothing but a great mirror of the
    • the Atlantean continent was overwhelmed by great upheavals, and
    • unduly great. They avoided everything that came from Lucifer, and
    • members of a great organism extending to Abraham. When you are told:
    • When the great impulse, the Christ Impulse, came upon the Earth, as
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    • We said yesterday that mankind had great leaders even in that early
    • itself, to his pupil. And now came the great cataclysm which swept
    • day. As in Atlantean times, institutions were established by the great
    • sympathies. The great progress of humanity consists in the fact that
    • spiritual science. Failing this, the teachings of the great and holy
    • the physical plane, a man saw Maya, the great illusion, and nothing
    • but an elevation to the great Sun-being, or to Beings akin to him,
    • spiritual world, themselves desired to behold the great Sun-aura, more
    • in which so great a change was to be wrought. In the first place it
    • exercised any influence upon it. But the great goal of the Christ
    • from any cause, or when he is overcome by terror or by any great
    • in a great panorama. What a man experiences, say, when in danger of
    • Consider the conglomeration of races in the great Roman Empire; it was
    • between death and a new birth. The Baptist had now prepared a great
    • of the great Russian philosopher Solovioff, said: ‘Christianity must
    • inspire the greatest respect, especially in the West, where whole
    • that the Christ-impulse it is, which fills him. Turn now to his great
    • him our attention, we find in his writings great and noble thoughts,
    • For Christ is so great that each successive epoch must find new
    • that the great subject of our temporal representations will require
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    • individual personality with the great Father-Spirit of the world. It
    • belief, under the influence of their great teacher John the Baptist.
    • greater and greater, but only the rudiments can be grasped by humanity
    • show that a great deal in practical life depends upon it.
    • when any particular illness appears, there is a great deal said about
    • and with the great achievements of natural science before us, the
    • a great adherent of the anthroposophical conceptions. Now the
    • the great, all-embracing facts of the universe, and, above all things,
    • still greater detail. This gives us a panorama of super-sensible facts
    • whole picture tending towards and focused upon the great central point
    • greater and greater; the development of those who open themselves to
    • were disciples of the great masters and were led into the Mysteries;
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    • great men have existed; and even various grades in their greatness may
    • although of historical greatness. It does not please the new critics
    • assign the greatest conceivable importance to it. Again they coincide
    • initiate. From his great teacher he had heard how man descended from
    • a great part of Egypt, who had partaken of the ‘Bull’ initiation,
    • initiation, saying: ‘Such are the stages which a great initiate must
    • controversy, but as the vital question of Christianity. The great
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    • of the greatest religious documents but that of all literary
    • 7. The greatest of the signs, the initiation of Lazarus — the
    • imagine that a far greater force was then transmitted from soul to
    • ‘As regards my person I am a unit; but I am a member of a great
    • organism, of a great living complex, extending as far back as Father
    • I can remember, depends upon my feeling myself a member of a great
    • great body of my people, precisely as my finger is a part of my body.
    • transient and fleeting. But this great organism of my people,
    • Ego; then I am merged in one great Ego, the Ego of my people, which
    • to us so great and wonderful in the Old Testament. But the time having
    • great magical force. The descendants of a tribe of blood relations, by
    • that force. At that moment He could perform no greater sign; the time
    • keep in view the words which are of greatest importance in the chapter
    • Him and who had by degrees ripened to the level of His greatness. The
    • reason of the great wind that blew. When therefore they had rowed
    • strengthened. So great had it become, through its exercise in the last
    • was as follows: someone is at a remote place; so great is his power
    • Herein everything waxes great from stage to stage and reaches its
    • with greater perfection and be more beautiful in its manner of
    • understands the point can be sensible of the great and mighty meaning
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    • Christianity. In the first place, we have the life of the great
    • great sacrifice. This sacrifice consisted in the following act: When
    • significant events are easier to understand, and that the greatest of
    • all events presents the greatest difficulty? For this reason, what I
    • that great changes took place in the whole of the human being in the
    • spirit. Here we touch the fringe, as it were, of a great secret or
    • the body. Far greater is this command over the bodily organization
    • it is one of the great events that occurred at that time.
    • eyesight. That is the great illusion to which people fall a prey when
    • engaged therein in its widest periphery, and that a great, great deal
    • These are the two most momentous facts, the great and awe-inspiring
    • the people were not very greatly astonished by the sign performed at
    • body became freer and more detached from the physical body. A greater
    • great that it caused that to be effaced which was due, not to his
    • received the greatest impulse from the greatest initiator, from the
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    • great initiate Jesus of Nazareth. But to understand what was actually
    • Baptism by John, we must admit that it touches upon all the great
    • upon a personal footing. Great thinkers who are in touch with the
    • pronouncements of great men who stood in relation to the spiritual
    • inherent in the etheric and astral bodies. The utterances of great
    • said, we are only at the beginning of Christian evolution. The great
    • and discord which we still see, and which will lead to still greater
    • Christ-impulse, we must now not fail to recognize a great truth.
    • relationship the father and mother in him was a great ideal. If this
    • represent to humanity the great Pattern of a being who has established
    • of the whole relationship. Here was once for all the great ideal of
    • obstinately clung to the old principle. The greatest progress was seen
    • great sinner also into His company; for it was His mission to work,
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    • of time upon a great cataclysm. This cataclysm, which ran its course
    • conditions of soul are of greatest interest to us in the evolution of
    • not in firm outlines but surrounded by a great coloured aura, as we
    • to post-Atlantean humanity. After the great Atlantean cataclysm, the
    • regarding the Christ. Celsus was a great scholar but he had no
    • conception of ancient wisdom vanished from science. The greatest of
    • could only think the thought of his age. And his greatness is due
    • thought, purely mechanical thought. With Galileo a great revolution in
    • function it is to serve science. This is grounded in the great laws of
    • think of the beginning of His great work as accomplished in an etheric
    • moment. The great example is there, which in future must be followed
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    • thrown on the cosmic significance of that great event.
    • appears veiled in the great illusion or maya.
    • What is interwoven in this great illusion? Among all the facts which
    • train, death represented the greatest of sorrows. What must have been
    • great soul of Buddha.
    • and provide for the ever greater increase of the Sun of Life.
    • for the greatest truths He had adopted the method which is necessary
    • apostles desired to hear the Name, the great Name because of which He
    • world, and its greatest maya or illusion, is equally the expression of
    • Nazareth’. Those to whom the ‘simple man of Nazareth’ is of greatest
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    • man is subject to an illusion, to a great deception or maya regarding
    • mediators were necessary. One of the first great mediators was he who,
    • about five hundred brethren at once, of whom the greater part remain
    • of others as those of a great organism to which we too belong; and we
    • necessary to inscribe his deed in the great Law-book of the Akashic
    • to be the first bringer of the great truths to those mature enough to
    • then been gradually lost, was embodied in the great individuality of
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    • to home were discussed. There was a particularly great interest in
    • will make greater efforts on that side and through his movements
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    • will make greater efforts on that side and through his movements
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    • investigates the great questions of destiny, one finds very
    • significant things, and the greatness of destiny is often indicated in
    • approaching the great questions of today. We cannot always be asking
    • is really a question of finding one another, even in the greatest
    • evident: the phase of community, the phase of great loneliness. How
    • greatest anxiety. How can we work together in such a way that our
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    • investigates the great questions of destiny, one finds very
    • significant things, and the greatness of destiny is often indicated in
    • approaching the great questions of today. We cannot always be asking
    • is really a question of finding one another, even in the greatest
    • evident: the phase of community, the phase of great loneliness. How
    • greatest anxiety. How can we work together in such a way that our
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    • reflection of something which becomes great and significant in the
    • are so great. Many things that are in a higher spiritual sense
    • alive in it for a greater concreteness, though this could not yet be
    • endeavour and the longing for greater concreteness fell into the
    • indeed a thought of great significance for human evolution at
    • set the great truth of the entry into humanity of primal goodness,
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    • reflection of something which becomes great and significant in the
    • are so great. Many things that are in a higher spiritual sense
    • alive in it for a greater concreteness, though this could not yet be
    • endeavour and the longing for greater concreteness fell into the
    • indeed a thought of great significance for human evolution at
    • set the great truth of the entry into humanity of primal goodness,
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    • much greater change in ways of thinking than is generally appreciated.
    • Luther, Frederick the Great, Goethe and Bismarck. Grimm says that if a
    • influence, as we have often had to emphasise, and Frederick the Great
    • be achieved through a great political change, of which the French
    • thou great and sublime name ”, Kant says, on the only occasion
    • as the greatest man of his century. Goethe could not understand this.
    • There is something very great in these “Aesthetic Letters,”
    • The great mistake of current Socialism is its belief that a healthy
    • question. One great reason for the rise of materialism is that the
    • raise them into the great seriousness of cosmic existence. Therefore
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    • much greater change in ways of thinking than is generally appreciated.
    • Luther, Frederick the Great, Goethe and Bismarck. Grimm says that if a
    • influence, as we have often had to emphasise, and Frederick the Great
    • be achieved through a great political change, of which the French
    • thou great and sublime name ”, Kant says, on the only occasion
    • as the greatest man of his century. Goethe could not understand this.
    • There is something very great in these “Aesthetic Letters,”
    • The great mistake of current Socialism is its belief that a healthy
    • question. One great reason for the rise of materialism is that the
    • raise them into the great seriousness of cosmic existence. Therefore
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    • greater darkness; we have no clearer grasp of its real content than we
    • creating around him as it were a great aura. And into the waves that
    • great change in the meantime.
    • great trouble to make our children acquainted with the terms of the
    • that many people today suffer a great deal from conditions of soul
    • cause of their inability to perceive the great significance of the
    • this place, in the way I have just explained, are coming to have great
    • that the Christ Event should be brought into connection with the great
    • with the greatest difficulty that they come to the point of resolving
    • begin to place very great value on them.
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    • greater darkness; we have no clearer grasp of its real content than we
    • creating around him as it were a great aura. And into the waves that
    • great change in the meantime.
    • great trouble to make our children acquainted with the terms of the
    • that many people today suffer a great deal from conditions of soul
    • cause of their inability to perceive the great significance of the
    • this place, in the way I have just explained, are coming to have great
    • that the Christ Event should be brought into connection with the great
    • with the greatest difficulty that they come to the point of resolving
    • begin to place very great value on them.
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    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • upon the Earth with greater strength. But this is a last faint echo,
    • body, a great deal more is happening than modern science dreams of.
    • regarded as a factor of great importance in ancient times. In the
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    • really come to pass in the life of humanity through the ages. A great
    • upon the Earth with greater strength. But this is a last faint echo,
    • body, a great deal more is happening than modern science dreams of.
    • regarded as a factor of great importance in ancient times. In the
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    • and conclusions of great importance to human life.
    • fourteenth year. Hence we can have so great an influence on the moral
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    • and conclusions of great importance to human life.
    • fourteenth year. Hence we can have so great an influence on the moral
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    • within them an extraordinarily great interest in the world outside of
    • feelings are concerned, pain only becomes greater the more we think
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
    • the children must say to themselves: “Great thunder and
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    • within them an extraordinarily great interest in the world outside of
    • feelings are concerned, pain only becomes greater the more we think
    • concerned, this does not really make such a very great difference. By
    • the children must say to themselves: “Great thunder and
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    • along many channels. A great deal of occult knowledge exists in the various
    • and how greatly his consciousness will be enhanced by them. Certain men,
    • not necessarily be of great account. If someone gives a coin to a poor man,
    • you. This is connected with great and mighty laws of world-existence. Each
    • nature will be within us as a power. That is the great thought at the basis
    • explode some object at a great distance — say in Hamburg! Just as by
    • terrible form. Great and mighty forces will be let loose by the
    • of it. We are living in the fifth period of the fifth great epoch; we have
    • still to live through two more periods of this great epoch. Then will
    • follow the seven periods of the sixth great epoch and then the seven
    • periods of the seventh great epoch. This makes sixteen stages of evolution
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
    • too that one who reaches a higher Degree can accomplish greater things.
    • the individual will acquire greater and greater power over certain masses
    • of the people. For the course of evolution is leading, not towards greater
    • things will come, just as the great water-catastrophe came to the
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    • along many channels. A great deal of occult knowledge exists in the various
    • and how greatly his consciousness will be enhanced by them. Certain men,
    • not necessarily be of great account. If someone gives a coin to a poor man,
    • you. This is connected with great and mighty laws of world-existence. Each
    • nature will be within us as a power. That is the great thought at the basis
    • explode some object at a great distance — say in Hamburg! Just as by
    • terrible form. Great and mighty forces will be let loose by the
    • of it. We are living in the fifth period of the fifth great epoch; we have
    • still to live through two more periods of this great epoch. Then will
    • follow the seven periods of the sixth great epoch and then the seven
    • periods of the seventh great epoch. This makes sixteen stages of evolution
    • life of our planet there are seven great epochs, and each of these seven
    • too that one who reaches a higher Degree can accomplish greater things.
    • the individual will acquire greater and greater power over certain masses
    • of the people. For the course of evolution is leading, not towards greater
    • things will come, just as the great water-catastrophe came to the
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    • abundant help on the part of a greater number of our friends, and that
    • great apparent enthusiasm. The building of the Goetheanum was begun
    • who in the beginning displayed great enthusiasm. And these very
    • surely accomplish great things! But it is imperative to observe that
    • This is highly essential, my dear friends. It is greatly to be desired
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    • as spiritual germ out of the whole cosmos — it is the greatest,
    • connection with earthly existence alone. What great value does our
  • Title: The Nature and Origin of the Arts
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    • imagine a great snow-clad plain spread out before us and upon
    • part of me; thou wilt become as great as I am myself; in this
    • woman's soul expand, waxing great and beautiful. And the
    • individual talent in the great domain after which thou hast
    • greatest difficulties will occur when thou allowest men to
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    • imagine a great snow-clad plain spread out before us and upon
    • part of me; thou wilt become as great as I am myself; in this
    • woman's soul expand, waxing great and beautiful. And the
    • individual talent in the great domain after which thou hast
    • greatest difficulties will occur when thou allowest men to
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    • think of the greatest writer at the present time you will perceive how
    • and the great world of stars. But in later times, life has become
    • in death. Death is still the great stumbling-block for the
    • the rediscovery of the self in the great primal Spirit of the world.
    • great and impressive though they may be! Go bade to the original,
    • hope of the future. His judgment is based on the great law of
    • greatest triumph in the form-culture of our time. Intellect has
    • It behoves us to recognise and understand such a truth. The greatness
    • “... Such a thinker merits the very greatest respect, above
    • with greatness and power in a single work such as his essay On
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    • think of the greatest writer at the present time you will perceive how
    • and the great world of stars. But in later times, life has become
    • in death. Death is still the great stumbling-block for the
    • the rediscovery of the self in the great primal Spirit of the world.
    • great and impressive though they may be! Go bade to the original,
    • hope of the future. His judgment is based on the great law of
    • greatest triumph in the form-culture of our time. Intellect has
    • It behoves us to recognise and understand such a truth. The greatness
    • “... Such a thinker merits the very greatest respect, above
    • with greatness and power in a single work such as his essay On
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    • only to gain an illuminating insight into the great laws of
    • that lecture, as a great and wonderful preparatory school for
    • within us greater than all that we have employed to form
    • from the past. This sense of something greater is the first
    • there is something within us that is greater than our own
    • in judgment or in shame and regret, feels something great
    • were possessed of this greatness, it would be different, but
    • speak these great and significant lines to
    • devotion to prayer, the greatest mystics found the best
    • to feel this, it must be called up by the greatest thoughts,
    • realizing that there is something great in me that I have
    • this greatness so that I may become perfect, then, even so,
    • counterforce that assails us with greater vigor in the form
    • learn or experience anything of the great secrets of the
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    • only to gain an illuminating insight into the great laws of
    • that lecture, as a great and wonderful preparatory school for
    • within us greater than all that we have employed to form
    • from the past. This sense of something greater is the first
    • there is something within us that is greater than our own
    • in judgment or in shame and regret, feels something great
    • were possessed of this greatness, it would be different, but
    • speak these great and significant lines to
    • devotion to prayer, the greatest mystics found the best
    • to feel this, it must be called up by the greatest thoughts,
    • realizing that there is something great in me that I have
    • this greatness so that I may become perfect, then, even so,
    • counterforce that assails us with greater vigor in the form
    • learn or experience anything of the great secrets of the
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    • which had been of great importance in earlier times, now glimmered
    • accordance with the great Laws of Nature. Two vistas lay before the
    • definite. The Egyptians attached greater importance to preservation of
    • wherever in the traditions, [are] men of great strength and are in the
    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • family out of which an Initiate was to issue was selected with great
    • mankind itself. None of the Great Leaders who brought men forward, who
    • other worlds the great impulses they had to give to the earth. The
    • those who were political leaders and leaders of great religious
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    • which had been of great importance in earlier times, now glimmered
    • accordance with the great Laws of Nature. Two vistas lay before the
    • definite. The Egyptians attached greater importance to preservation of
    • wherever in the traditions, [are] men of great strength and are in the
    • element, into the great idea of the organization of States. The
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • family out of which an Initiate was to issue was selected with great
    • mankind itself. None of the Great Leaders who brought men forward, who
    • other worlds the great impulses they had to give to the earth. The
    • those who were political leaders and leaders of great religious
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    • great Universe. As he now gradually approaches Earth, his spiritual
  • Title: Supersensible Man: Lecture I
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    • who is utterly insignificant in relation to the great Universe.
    • man? — we must answer: — He knows a great deal, he knows
    • and a great, majestic, living picture arises from all that is
    • would have drawn a line that is of the greatest significance for the
    • this picture is? We unriddle it and discover what it is — a great
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    • no great importance for the life after death; we need, therefore, only
    • be described by saying: The spirit-form becomes one great
    • very great deal. Much can also be learned by studying the forms
    • very great variety! And among these wandering forms move the Beings of
    • from without in the great Universe, the Sun shows itself as a
    • done in spirit-land, and it is far greater in content and in
    • of destiny will link the future to the past. Then the great process of
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    • In my books and lectures I have often spoken of the great primeval
    • was given long since to men on Earth by these great, superhuman
    • And now think of the great primeval Teachers of man. It was they who
    • certain moment these great Teachers should withdraw. If they had never
    • them on by pointing to the great primeval Wisdom and saying:
    • all, a great deal that is bad. Hence it falls to the lot of a great
    • By this time — and often at the cost of great suffering —
    • Mercury sphere depends to a great extent upon whether, here on Earth,
    • is the great cosmic meeting-place of all those Spiritual Beings who
    • great change of which I have told you, when man's lower being is
    • is utterly insignificant. Great and majestic is the work that is
    • speaking to-day — the great primeval Teachers of the human race.
    • worked upon the Earth with greatest strength. Man was, however, in
    • attention to great affairs of the Universe which underlie our whole
    • death in greater or less degree. From the super-earthly regions in
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    • spiritual image of the great cosmic sphere. On and on leads the path,
    • has learned to understand the speech of the great world, the speech of
    • existence a man comes to learn of what he is in the great Macrocosm
    • You have no great cause to pride yourself upon your present condition;
    • facts of Earth, but only by the facts of the great World, the
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    • upon thee, art verily one with the great World-All!” Living in
    • of greatness and mystery that the memories we take with us through the
    • has to bestow, the greater the measure of understanding we shall bring
    • Anthroposophical Movement will do a great deal to open up the truly
    • of men, for it is of the greatest importance. In times gone by it was
    • spoken of a great deal. Nowadays people read what was written long ago
    • Hierarchy. The greatest mysteries of the world will be able to reveal
    • relation to the great spiritual world, it is with us now as it is here
    • great riddle — the riddle of the working of karma, or human
    • under the influence of great heat, — amid all the sulphurous and
    • it must not be imagined that what takes place out in the great
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    • anxiety, then greater anxiety, and lastly actual terror. The
    • greatest intensity and far-reaching effect take place in the
    • Intuition. It is a condition which is of great significance to
    • concerned with a great deal that belongs to the experiences of
    • willing the condition of the greatest insensibility — as
    • element of great significance for the human being.
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    • anxiety, then greater anxiety, and lastly actual terror. The
    • greatest intensity and far-reaching effect take place in the
    • Intuition. It is a condition which is of great significance to
    • concerned with a great deal that belongs to the experiences of
    • willing the condition of the greatest insensibility — as
    • element of great significance for the human being.
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    • now calls, in the sense of the great philosopher Hegel, the
    • categories, but only show how in the main Hegel, the great
    • diffused (geringsten) content, and the greatest ambit; that
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    • now calls, in the sense of the great philosopher Hegel, the
    • categories, but only show how in the main Hegel, the great
    • diffused (geringsten) content, and the greatest ambit; that
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    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • to which the great German thinker ascribed a conceptual faculty,
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    • affairs, a great deal that has been lost, and must be renewed. The art I
    • consciousness they knew a great deal about these realities. But this
    • to which the great German thinker ascribed a conceptual faculty,
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    • — I might say — to our great astonishment it can be expressed by
    • manifested out of the Macrocosm, the great world, is felt as still
    • to the great cosmic future of man, to these three stages of evolution,
    • Angels. It is of great importance that one should enter somewhat
    • the ego and the physical body is very greatly displaced in present-day
    • man. The second meeting is already more in connection with the great
    • year. When the sun develops its greatest heat, man is much more
    • the heavens — with the great Cosmic conditions. For Easter is
    • itself with our physical earth manhood. The great Mystery that now
    • — at the present day to a great extent unconsciously, yet it is
    • greatness, and of the sublimity of the world-processes. We are
    • withholding a great deal from the growing boy and girl if we fail to
    • draw their attention to all the revelations of beauty and greatness in
    • the beauty and greatness of the world, we are then preparing them for
    • great significance for the life spent between death and a new birth.
    • Of course a great deal depends on our gaining as many concepts as
    • in our lives. In this respect education will have a very great deal to
    • preparation for the coming need for a great activity to be directed
    • may be of great help to our souls. Unfortunately many people in our
    • life, a great deal, a very great deal, depends on whether one can
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    • — I might say — to our great astonishment it can be expressed by
    • manifested out of the Macrocosm, the great world, is felt as still
    • to the great cosmic future of man, to these three stages of evolution,
    • Angels. It is of great importance that one should enter somewhat
    • the ego and the physical body is very greatly displaced in present-day
    • man. The second meeting is already more in connection with the great
    • year. When the sun develops its greatest heat, man is much more
    • the heavens — with the great Cosmic conditions. For Easter is
    • itself with our physical earth manhood. The great Mystery that now
    • — at the present day to a great extent unconsciously, yet it is
    • greatness, and of the sublimity of the world-processes. We are
    • withholding a great deal from the growing boy and girl if we fail to
    • draw their attention to all the revelations of beauty and greatness in
    • the beauty and greatness of the world, we are then preparing them for
    • great significance for the life spent between death and a new birth.
    • Of course a great deal depends on our gaining as many concepts as
    • in our lives. In this respect education will have a very great deal to
    • preparation for the coming need for a great activity to be directed
    • may be of great help to our souls. Unfortunately many people in our
    • life, a great deal, a very great deal, depends on whether one can
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    • evolve out of the great I AM. If the past is drawn into the
    • great truth which is heard in the East, heard in the West, heard in
    • passing years, the great epochs. It will breathe with oceans, winds,
    • which makes human being possible. As the Great Poem, Cosmic Thought
    • great rulers — Kings with golden wisdom. Now all might meet in
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    • of the great difficulty Rudolf Steiner experienced in reaching the
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    • its inner ordering something of the laws of the great cosmic system.
    • of the great cosmic connections, and of the examination and testing of
    • will see that even those great and all-embracing truths which have
    • But now you will find that a testing of this kind requires great
    • use? Is it not right that he should learn a great deal, and especially
    • to learn how to think the thoughts with greater exactitude, came and
    • this respect and able to see a great deal. Or again, the other case is
    • possible: A man who knows a great deal about the theosophical truths
    • their former incarnations? This question is of the greatest
    • a greater or less degree — because in those times they had not
    • occupies itself with analysis. Hence the greater simplicity of the
    • world is taken away. Such a man may certainly be able to see a great
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    • its inner ordering something of the laws of the great cosmic system.
    • of the great cosmic connections, and of the examination and testing of
    • will see that even those great and all-embracing truths which have
    • But now you will find that a testing of this kind requires great
    • use? Is it not right that he should learn a great deal, and especially
    • to learn how to think the thoughts with greater exactitude, came and
    • this respect and able to see a great deal. Or again, the other case is
    • possible: A man who knows a great deal about the theosophical truths
    • their former incarnations? This question is of the greatest
    • a greater or less degree — because in those times they had not
    • occupies itself with analysis. Hence the greater simplicity of the
    • world is taken away. Such a man may certainly be able to see a great
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    • is a much greater similarity in the more important mythological
    • sense. The great mythological figures lead us back to the experiences
    • There were Mysteries of great significance, deeply influencing ancient
    • of the womb of worlds, out of the great universe.’ To-day the
    • danger likely to be far greater here than in other regions of the
    • and legends of Europe to the Mysteries. We should find a great deal in
    • tells of the Twilight of the Gods. But then came the news of the great
    • often told you of the great stimulus given to the evolution of man by
    • the ancient Hebrew felt himself part of one great whole, secure in the
    • earlier times it was known that a great many mysteries were contained
    • grandparents of Charles the Great. But those who studied the legend
    • more deeply, saw in Charles the Great the figure who, in a certain
    • Great, Flor and Blancheflor, lived the rose and the lily —
    • European Initiation inaugurated by Charles the Great which were to
    • anthroposophical teachings are nourished to a greater extent than has
    • Goethe's greatest poetic achievements were nourished from Rosicrucian
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    • is a much greater similarity in the more important mythological
    • sense. The great mythological figures lead us back to the experiences
    • There were Mysteries of great significance, deeply influencing ancient
    • of the womb of worlds, out of the great universe.’ To-day the
    • danger likely to be far greater here than in other regions of the
    • and legends of Europe to the Mysteries. We should find a great deal in
    • tells of the Twilight of the Gods. But then came the news of the great
    • often told you of the great stimulus given to the evolution of man by
    • the ancient Hebrew felt himself part of one great whole, secure in the
    • earlier times it was known that a great many mysteries were contained
    • grandparents of Charles the Great. But those who studied the legend
    • more deeply, saw in Charles the Great the figure who, in a certain
    • Great, Flor and Blancheflor, lived the rose and the lily —
    • European Initiation inaugurated by Charles the Great which were to
    • anthroposophical teachings are nourished to a greater extent than has
    • Goethe's greatest poetic achievements were nourished from Rosicrucian
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    • to the great Truths, he should go through something whereby his soul
    • soul approached the great Truths and Wisdom and how it reacted to
    • great “Daemons” was spoken of, and under this tide was
    • Universe work upon him through the great and mighty Nature which is
    • science away from external things to the greatness of the phenomena of
    • the greatness of Cosmic Thought, and thereby his soul also became
    • himself to the great cosmic phenomena, something streamed into his
    • Who as the Great Example could lead them back to their divine origin.
    • the Christ as the Great Example, and so attain to what was striven for
    • of the Mithraic Mysteries acquired through looking upon the Greatest
    • times without number. The great revelation that came to St. Paul was
    • to a real love for the Great Soul, the Source of the world's
    • Being) will lead to a recognition of the greatness of Jesus of
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    • to the great Truths, he should go through something whereby his soul
    • soul approached the great Truths and Wisdom and how it reacted to
    • great “Daemons” was spoken of, and under this tide was
    • Universe work upon him through the great and mighty Nature which is
    • science away from external things to the greatness of the phenomena of
    • the greatness of Cosmic Thought, and thereby his soul also became
    • himself to the great cosmic phenomena, something streamed into his
    • Who as the Great Example could lead them back to their divine origin.
    • the Christ as the Great Example, and so attain to what was striven for
    • of the Mithraic Mysteries acquired through looking upon the Greatest
    • times without number. The great revelation that came to St. Paul was
    • to a real love for the Great Soul, the Source of the world's
    • Being) will lead to a recognition of the greatness of Jesus of
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    • this lecture is a problem that has engaged the attention of a great
    • Baptism something of great significance happened to Jesus of
    • realising that there is a far greater satisfaction in experiencing
    • great and mighty Mystery — in effect to the Mystery of a
    • ‘man,’ albeit by far the greatest. Thus in the 19th
    • existence of an Aristotle, a Socrates, or an Alexander the Great. Not
    • nations in the course of human evolution. This is the greatest
    • was to show that something of great importance came to pass while the
    • great stage of world history through the founding of Christianity.
    • Initiation ceremonies — but with reference to the great
    • shroud of the Mysteries and enters upon the great stage of world
    • great task of the 20th century is to bring the concepts of
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    • this lecture is a problem that has engaged the attention of a great
    • Baptism something of great significance happened to Jesus of
    • realising that there is a far greater satisfaction in experiencing
    • great and mighty Mystery — in effect to the Mystery of a
    • ‘man,’ albeit by far the greatest. Thus in the 19th
    • existence of an Aristotle, a Socrates, or an Alexander the Great. Not
    • nations in the course of human evolution. This is the greatest
    • was to show that something of great importance came to pass while the
    • great stage of world history through the founding of Christianity.
    • Initiation ceremonies — but with reference to the great
    • shroud of the Mysteries and enters upon the great stage of world
    • great task of the 20th century is to bring the concepts of
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    • Spiritual Science lived in one of the greatest artists of our time. In
    • of the greatest possible clarity — a world where ideas shine into
    • poet as great as Goethe does not use phrases; and if there were no
    • domains. The great riddles of the universe were presented to those who
    • greater perfection in the animal and finally to self-consciousness in
    • time had now come for a re-union of the arts, and with his great gifts
    • for the myths portray Beings far greater than physical man can ever
    • truths can only be expressed with the greatest delicacy. Richard
    • is able to speak with greater clarity of what natural science is only
    • A great cosmological truth is contained in these words, for all things
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • with the greatest delicacy; we should try to get at the whole mood and
    • which lived in all the great masters. It lived, too, in Goethe who
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    • Spiritual Science lived in one of the greatest artists of our time. In
    • of the greatest possible clarity — a world where ideas shine into
    • poet as great as Goethe does not use phrases; and if there were no
    • domains. The great riddles of the universe were presented to those who
    • greater perfection in the animal and finally to self-consciousness in
    • time had now come for a re-union of the arts, and with his great gifts
    • for the myths portray Beings far greater than physical man can ever
    • truths can only be expressed with the greatest delicacy. Richard
    • is able to speak with greater clarity of what natural science is only
    • A great cosmological truth is contained in these words, for all things
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • with the greatest delicacy; we should try to get at the whole mood and
    • which lived in all the great masters. It lived, too, in Goethe who
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    • ideas. The great spiritual picture to which Plato tried to lift the
    • universe. Great and sublime was the wisdom presented in the schools of
    • Hierarchies, in the great structure of the spiritual universe.
    • totality, one great system — the four hundred and seventy-four
    • absorbed a very great deal from pupils of men like Iamblichus and who
    • heart. Truth and truth alone was his quest. And the great obstacle in
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    • ideas. The great spiritual picture to which Plato tried to lift the
    • universe. Great and sublime was the wisdom presented in the schools of
    • Hierarchies, in the great structure of the spiritual universe.
    • totality, one great system — the four hundred and seventy-four
    • absorbed a very great deal from pupils of men like Iamblichus and who
    • heart. Truth and truth alone was his quest. And the great obstacle in
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    • the great change which takes place in man's inner life may be
    • fearful catastrophe of the great war, because of the difficulty which
    • great importance to this mystery, but to-day it is necessary to bear
    • past four or five years, can send a great truth trickling into
    • a great deal of “God” and of the “Divine”. To
    • another; they have spoken a great deal of “guilt” and
    • One nation after the other began to participate in the great
    • things is impossible unless we extend this fact, that a great
    • evolution — but we are facing the BEGINNING of the greatest
    • this can only be grasped with greatest difficulty. How do these
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    • the great change which takes place in man's inner life may be
    • fearful catastrophe of the great war, because of the difficulty which
    • great importance to this mystery, but to-day it is necessary to bear
    • past four or five years, can send a great truth trickling into
    • a great deal of “God” and of the “Divine”. To
    • another; they have spoken a great deal of “guilt” and
    • One nation after the other began to participate in the great
    • things is impossible unless we extend this fact, that a great
    • evolution — but we are facing the BEGINNING of the greatest
    • this can only be grasped with greatest difficulty. How do these
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    • the great difference between the forms of the animal kingdom and of
    • the great differentiations which exist in regard to the various
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • lion and a nightingale. If there would be such a great difference in
    • borne in mind is that the animals show infinitely greater differences
    • when the great ideas of the Central European world-conception had
    • to penetrate into such a great idea, went through a terrible time. We
    • bear within them a great truth. Oken subdivided the human being as
    • without knowing, all these, things” ... Yet a great error
    • that great symbol at the beginning of the Old Testament: Adam and
    • the greatest admiration which we may have for the penetrating
    • life in a dream or in a state of intoxication. Yet great things
    • enjoyed a great reputation in England. But read the letters written
    • greatest possible number of souls that are inclined to unite in their
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    • the great difference between the forms of the animal kingdom and of
    • the great differentiations which exist in regard to the various
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • lion and a nightingale. If there would be such a great difference in
    • borne in mind is that the animals show infinitely greater differences
    • when the great ideas of the Central European world-conception had
    • to penetrate into such a great idea, went through a terrible time. We
    • bear within them a great truth. Oken subdivided the human being as
    • without knowing, all these, things” ... Yet a great error
    • that great symbol at the beginning of the Old Testament: Adam and
    • the greatest admiration which we may have for the penetrating
    • life in a dream or in a state of intoxication. Yet great things
    • enjoyed a great reputation in England. But read the letters written
    • greatest possible number of souls that are inclined to unite in their
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    • great building of wood, with its hand-carved, weaving forms and
    • Great and mighty
    • Temples of Greece and other great monuments, human thoughts alone
    • arises within the temple itself. Can there be any greater enigma than
    • as great in every respect as that presented by the Egyptian Temple.
    • years with which I have greater sympathy. For if one is at all
    • The greatest work of
    • a great hall by a number of living people and to have on the
    • no degree of intensity is too great for words in which I want to
    • knowledge of what is greatest and most sublime in the world, if we
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    • great building of wood, with its hand-carved, weaving forms and
    • Great and mighty
    • Temples of Greece and other great monuments, human thoughts alone
    • arises within the temple itself. Can there be any greater enigma than
    • as great in every respect as that presented by the Egyptian Temple.
    • years with which I have greater sympathy. For if one is at all
    • The greatest work of
    • a great hall by a number of living people and to have on the
    • no degree of intensity is too great for words in which I want to
    • knowledge of what is greatest and most sublime in the world, if we
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    • The greatest avatar being who has lived on earth, as you can gather
    • narrative a great part of post-Noah humanity is derived from his
    • complications in human evolution that can explain a great deal to us.
    • to the pupils of the Apostles. Great value was set upon being able to
    • The great prominence that was given to everything of a physical
    • plane to which the greatest importance was attached.
    • it the greatest folly had they been told that the events of Palestine
    • Nazareth had been preserved and were woven into a great number of
    • Here we see verified a great historical truth that should be of
    • must rediscover the primordial wisdom of the Great Avatar, Christ. By
    • As the greatest Avatar Being, Christ descended to earth. Let us view
    • existence. What the human being is in particular, the great
    • far greater things and the Christian development and standard of life
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    • The greatest avatar being who has lived on earth, as you can gather
    • narrative a great part of post-Noah humanity is derived from his
    • complications in human evolution that can explain a great deal to us.
    • to the pupils of the Apostles. Great value was set upon being able to
    • The great prominence that was given to everything of a physical
    • plane to which the greatest importance was attached.
    • it the greatest folly had they been told that the events of Palestine
    • Nazareth had been preserved and were woven into a great number of
    • Here we see verified a great historical truth that should be of
    • must rediscover the primordial wisdom of the Great Avatar, Christ. By
    • As the greatest Avatar Being, Christ descended to earth. Let us view
    • existence. What the human being is in particular, the great
    • far greater things and the Christian development and standard of life
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    • time once more to this the greatest question of mankind, inasmuch as
    • Christ-Being in the spiritual worlds had been the great Teacher of
    • the greatest fact that ever took place on Earth, answer was given to
    • Then it was that He spoke to them as the great Healer —
    • the Therapeut, the Comforter — to whom the great Mystery was
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
    • knowledge, the greatness of which he is truly able to appreciate,
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    • time once more to this the greatest question of mankind, inasmuch as
    • Christ-Being in the spiritual worlds had been the great Teacher of
    • the greatest fact that ever took place on Earth, answer was given to
    • Then it was that He spoke to them as the great Healer —
    • the Therapeut, the Comforter — to whom the great Mystery was
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
    • knowledge, the greatness of which he is truly able to appreciate,
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    • and the great facts of evolution, as being similar to Buddhism. But
    • better if we do not at once turn to the great doctrines — which
    • theories and principles, cleaves these two great world-conceptions
    • conception as expressed by the great Founder of Buddhism himself. The
    • Heavily indeed, did this discovery weigh upon the great soul of
    • to the great Buddha, there arises by degrees within men's souls
    • enlightenment under the Bodhi-tree, gave out in the great sermon at
    • building stones for the completion of a great edifice that is to
    • greatest of the forms of its presentation, no less than in its
    • is Maya, it is the Great Deception!’ ‘Not so,’
    • There we have the great distinction which makes Buddhism
    • greatest achievements. The entrance of Christ into the
    • Thus, there are great depths of meaning hidden even in
    • have grown greater than it is to-day. When that time comes, men will
    • the greatest of human beings, leaving his palace and finding a
    • things are grasped, the more clearly will the great significance of
    • own nature. That, however, is only possible because the greatest
    • of the Future, which, while acknowledging all the greatness and
    • embodiments, and points upwards to a great acknowledgment of every
    • single incarnation in the whole great sequence.
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    • and the great facts of evolution, as being similar to Buddhism. But
    • better if we do not at once turn to the great doctrines — which
    • theories and principles, cleaves these two great world-conceptions
    • conception as expressed by the great Founder of Buddhism himself. The
    • Heavily indeed, did this discovery weigh upon the great soul of
    • to the great Buddha, there arises by degrees within men's souls
    • enlightenment under the Bodhi-tree, gave out in the great sermon at
    • building stones for the completion of a great edifice that is to
    • greatest of the forms of its presentation, no less than in its
    • is Maya, it is the Great Deception!’ ‘Not so,’
    • There we have the great distinction which makes Buddhism
    • greatest achievements. The entrance of Christ into the
    • Thus, there are great depths of meaning hidden even in
    • have grown greater than it is to-day. When that time comes, men will
    • the greatest of human beings, leaving his palace and finding a
    • things are grasped, the more clearly will the great significance of
    • own nature. That, however, is only possible because the greatest
    • of the Future, which, while acknowledging all the greatness and
    • embodiments, and points upwards to a great acknowledgment of every
    • single incarnation in the whole great sequence.
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    • the inner life of some great individuality may feel that human speech
    • life. Those who have knowledge will be able to learn a great deal
    • of Speech’ assumes great significance.
    • enumerate, — and they have been evolved with great diligence, —
    • of the external world. But this physical body has to do a great deal
    • this sense, Spiritual Science will fulfil the dreams of the greatest
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    • the inner life of some great individuality may feel that human speech
    • life. Those who have knowledge will be able to learn a great deal
    • of Speech’ assumes great significance.
    • enumerate, — and they have been evolved with great diligence, —
    • of the external world. But this physical body has to do a great deal
    • this sense, Spiritual Science will fulfil the dreams of the greatest
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    • the Roman we can still feel ourselves near; then comes a great gulf.
    • ] is Aristotle, the great and
    • time the universal spirit. He is great in a certain aspect but he is
    • approaches the abstract. And behind this lies a fact of great
    • Logos, the Word. And it is all bound up with the great cosmic event
    • through death. When those great sentences were uttered: “In the
    • A short while ago, we heard a great deal about a resolve some people
    • quite well have gone on to a recognition of the great miracle that
    • sublime greatness were there revealed!
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    • the Roman we can still feel ourselves near; then comes a great gulf.
    • ] is Aristotle, the great and
    • time the universal spirit. He is great in a certain aspect but he is
    • approaches the abstract. And behind this lies a fact of great
    • Logos, the Word. And it is all bound up with the great cosmic event
    • through death. When those great sentences were uttered: “In the
    • A short while ago, we heard a great deal about a resolve some people
    • quite well have gone on to a recognition of the great miracle that
    • sublime greatness were there revealed!
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    • IN a time of great and
    • Golgotha — there grew up the conception of the great mystery
    • with the spiritual world — which was moreover of far greater
    • the first three and greater part of the fourth centuries of our era.
    • picture to yourselves this great wall which grew up in Europe in
    • the origin and subsequent development of medieval thought. Great
    • apparent when we look over to the East, behind the great wall, where
    • everywhere maintained. Eastwards of the great wall of which I have
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    • IN a time of great and
    • Golgotha — there grew up the conception of the great mystery
    • with the spiritual world — which was moreover of far greater
    • the first three and greater part of the fourth centuries of our era.
    • picture to yourselves this great wall which grew up in Europe in
    • the origin and subsequent development of medieval thought. Great
    • apparent when we look over to the East, behind the great wall, where
    • everywhere maintained. Eastwards of the great wall of which I have
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    • only be hinted at. A very great deal will yet be necessary towards an
    • with the great universe, the macrocosm. Therefore, what is
    • universe than a great mechanism. Truly it is a strange mechanism
    • and here. You will find a great deal about the conditions of
    • for time plays a greater part in it than space. Nevertheless, it is
    • to do with you, and now you must begin making great efforts to get
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    • only be hinted at. A very great deal will yet be necessary towards an
    • with the great universe, the macrocosm. Therefore, what is
    • universe than a great mechanism. Truly it is a strange mechanism
    • and here. You will find a great deal about the conditions of
    • for time plays a greater part in it than space. Nevertheless, it is
    • to do with you, and now you must begin making great efforts to get
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    • and the Israelites. Moreover, one can say that a great part of the
    • something very deep and of great meaning. It shows that in those
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    • differently in the female sex, and which apparently makes greater
    • think, so does it depend on greater, more extended star
    • the sex problem, and that greatest decadence which is expressed in
    • someone has learnt a great deal, has become wise — let us say,
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    • themselves a greater antiquity than that of the Gods then in power.
    • to look up to the great mysteries in his surroundings, then he must
    • times. But far the greater number of people saw nothing at all. Far
    • the greater number of people saw neither what was built nor what this
    • represented. Far the greater number of people stood — to use
    • speaks of man? Of what does even a great part of modern fiction
    • centre. For the idea of heredity plays far the greatest role in the
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    • a certain example — naturally at a great distance — an
    • greatest age, one that brings most of all to humanity, one that
    • very great, greater from a certain aspect than they were in former
    • the earth. But think of the great revolution that now comes with the
    • from the celestial constellations as the great swing-over that had
    • forehead. Man can become great with this earth-culture in this fifth
    • this epoch great must be brought about from the forces of the
    • But in this fifth post-Atlantean age he has the greatest possibility
    • greatest spiritual possibilities. In no age was it granted to men to
    • sleeping Isis! The greatest part of mankind is sleeping
    • understand the great impulses which solely and alone can lead
    • nature-researchers and other learned men proclaim him today a great
    • lunatic asylum! The great credit due to Julius Robert Mayer has gone
    • people live today is indeed great, while the will to look at the
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    • as first interesting us after the great Atlantean catastrophe,
    • that followed the great Atlantean catastrophe mankind can be said to
    • immediately upon the great flooding of the earth — called in
    • first epoch after the great Atlantean catastrophe man remained
    • great difference in the first 2,160 years after the great Atlantean
    • in which man no more remained capable of development to such a great
    • age, into the fifties. In the second epoch after the great Atlantean
    • affairs. Today we see the claim made by great circles of mankind to
    • Friedrich Schlegel saw a great onesidedness in the French Revolution.
    • Friedrich Schlegel sees a great onesidedness in the French
    • Christianized. And he sees the great evil to be that science has
    • warmth, and his great personal impulse was to serve his age, to
    • in Vienna that he had a hope, a great hope, that out of the disorder
    • truly delivered with great power, he put the Bible text: ‘I
    • Europe? One can admit that he had a feeling for the greatness, the
    • things and carry out things that are great and brilliant, but it
    • illusions. And this is connected with the great problem that is now
    • itself upon mankind, it will bring the greatest unhappiness upon
    • there must again and again be emphasized how it is the great demand
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    • once in ancient Greece the great and significant inscription
    • science has made very great advances in our time and has a rich
    • It will the sooner become spirituality the greater the number of
    • and so it goes from generation to generation. Out in the great cosmic
    • as in a great world machine. But for the modern clever men what has
    • smallest, since he cannot raise himself to the great. But it
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    • meditating over all these things one can gain great help by thinking
    • divining-rod, which has played such a great role in this war. You
    • there are a great many cockchafers in a year then in three to five
    • a year in which there are great numbers of cockchafers. Now I had
    • great mutual agreement. What we see in Brest-Litowsk, this game of a
    • time since the great Atlantean deluge, the Flood. Geology calls it
    • is today — as we have often said — there was land. A great
    • instead they sent down their greatest Messenger precisely at that
    • often quoted it — ‘Mathematics is in truth a great poem’.
    • worlds of the stars and their courses, is a great poem, one must be
    • plainly now in external life, it is shown too in the great
    • if one really studies history, there is a great difference between
    • do they do it? A great part of those who are heavily involved in the
    • so plausible for great masses since it is logical head-experience,
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    • and to do so with great apparent justification. There are in our day
    • whole. And then, as we develop this feeling towards the great world,
    • greatness of what we call our moral ideals; when we look into our own
    • sensitive to the greatness and sublimity of moral ideals. And we can
    • the moral ideals and purposes of man. A great warmth of feeling can
    • and canst ever do, in comparison with the greatness of the age moral
    • far removed from the other? That is actually the great riddle of
    • to lift itself up in a worthy manner to a consideration of the great
    • illustrate how great an error is involved in this assumption that we
    • gifted man, who could adduce with great clarity proof for all
    • point of view, he would take great delight in bringing forward
    • doubt. He was too great a man to stop short at a mere dogmatic
    • Catholicism, but on the other hand his Catholicism was too great in
    • not laugh at you, at best he will say: “I can feel great
    • brought certain moods and conditions of soul to greater and greater
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    • secrets. A great deal of error would be avoided if men would do this.
    • of beholding the world. The world has undergone a still greater
    • and has a great future before it. From what the larynx itself tells,
    • conscious. It is on this account that we have to undergo great pain
    • bring us great pain. You will find in my book,
    • lashing it up and down into great waves, and with every beat
    • greater and greater height of surrender; because we feel ourselves
    • of continual cosmic births, in great and small. And it is for
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    • greatly in our understanding of the world and especially of the
    • in this case a too great activity of the etheric body in relation to
    • books, namely, as nothing else than a great big apparatus of
    • great digestive apparatus, that takes in food, works it up and
    • materialistically inclined as the greatest pleasure in life —
    • inflict the greatest loss and sorrow to man, the very event which by
    • be outside Paradise has become his greatest pleasure. It is indeed a
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    • come quite innocently up against a very great philosophical question,
    • against the relation of time to space; for the greater number of you
    • you see, man is really a being who has undergone a great coarsening
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    • the case of the nerves there nerves ere is a greater measure of
    • without significance for the world. He has, in fact, great
    • have the great difference that exists between the two men in man. The
    • which stands like a great mystery in our whole existence, and which,
    • great mystery. And whatever is false in thought, whatever is ugly in
    • greater materiality. Whereas blood has been designed to shoot up and
    • or that he attaches great value to Faust's signing the contract
    • sevenfold nature that we now have to acquire with so great toil and
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    • more and more important. We can only estimate the greatness of this
    • like. Great new vistas are opened up for a knowledge of the nature of
    • seed, will have developed to greater and greater beauty and
    • teach us a great deal. Thus in the mineral world, for example, we can
    • transformations that will lead to greater perfection. Quicksilver as
    • Thus, roots contain great forces of healing for the nervous system,
    • great mass of fish spawn in the sea that is brought into being year
    • to lift the veil a little and gain some vision of the great flood of
    • and Intuitions were communicated in great abundance to the spiritual
    • Anthroposophy or Spiritual Science gives Imaginations of great and
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    • whole great universe. In reality we participate in the making of the
    • body, it develops an even greater longing for a certain spot on
    • essentially the product of the macrocosm acting upon the great
    • look back upon our grandfather, great-grandfather,
    • great-great-grandfather. Well, we were then not yet born; our soul
    • They worshipped the “Great Spirit” who pervaded all
    • Great Spirit. Through all that was bound up with this belief in the
    • all, but a great part of them) have souls that once dwelt in the
    • feeling, once experienced for the Great Spirit, reacted with that
    • through imitation. What we thus take up is to a great extent
    • are incarnated today in the greater part of the American population.
    • great the longing may be in the unconscious depths of human life for
    • built up from two directions, from the great universe and from the
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    • whole great universe. In reality we participate in the making of the
    • body, it develops an even greater longing for a certain spot on
    • essentially the product of the macrocosm acting upon the great
    • look back upon our grandfather, great-grandfather,
    • great-great-grandfather. Well, we were then not yet born; our soul
    • They worshipped the “Great Spirit” who pervaded all
    • Great Spirit. Through all that was bound up with this belief in the
    • all, but a great part of them) have souls that once dwelt in the
    • feeling, once experienced for the Great Spirit, reacted with that
    • through imitation. What we thus take up is to a great extent
    • are incarnated today in the greater part of the American population.
    • great the longing may be in the unconscious depths of human life for
    • built up from two directions, from the great universe and from the
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    • April, 1923) I want to speak in greater detail of how the
    • in greater or lesser degree of development — when they come
    • great and far-reaching task lies before him in the karmic adjustment
    • there is a great deal more in the process of learning to walk than
    • experienced with great intensity; but he is also able to induce in
    • this great process of transformation, Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones
    • death, both in sleeping and waking life — a great sea of
    • greater and greater measure, in making the gifts of Anthroposophy the
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    • April, 1923) I want to speak in greater detail of how the
    • in greater or lesser degree of development — when they come
    • great and far-reaching task lies before him in the karmic adjustment
    • there is a great deal more in the process of learning to walk than
    • experienced with great intensity; but he is also able to induce in
    • this great process of transformation, Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones
    • death, both in sleeping and waking life — a great sea of
    • greater and greater measure, in making the gifts of Anthroposophy the
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    • Anthroposophy will only be able to fulfill its great and universal mission
    • beginning of the 19th centuries. Any one who approaches those great
    • and spiritual-scientific basis of the great advancement in the
    • Germany's great poet and thinker has derived his creative
    • features because the beholder is able to perceive the greatness of
    • himself at one with the world as a great, beautiful, worthy whole,
    • conception of the two great driving-wheels of all Nature, the
    • The advantage that arises from this is very great; one does not require
    • Make ready for the great emprize!
    • through all changes it is the great task of his life to harmonize
    • I read the manuscript you sent me at once with the greatest delight; I
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    • Anthroposophy will only be able to fulfill its great and universal mission
    • beginning of the 19th centuries. Any one who approaches those great
    • and spiritual-scientific basis of the great advancement in the
    • Germany's great poet and thinker has derived his creative
    • features because the beholder is able to perceive the greatness of
    • himself at one with the world as a great, beautiful, worthy whole,
    • conception of the two great driving-wheels of all Nature, the
    • The advantage that arises from this is very great; one does not require
    • Make ready for the great emprize!
    • through all changes it is the great task of his life to harmonize
    • I read the manuscript you sent me at once with the greatest delight; I
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    • have spoken in this way — to bring an offering to the great God
    • find that they reveal just this attitude of mind. Then a great
    • past age when it was an experience of infinitely greater intensity,
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    • have spoken in this way — to bring an offering to the great God
    • find that they reveal just this attitude of mind. Then a great
    • past age when it was an experience of infinitely greater intensity,
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    • issued. I attach great importance to the fact that here too, as in
    • which have helped to make modern science great. Modern science has
    • achieved greatness through scrupulous observation of the material
    • great problem concerning the eternal nature of the soul — it is
    • thinking in man is developed to a greater strength and intensity than
    • It is not necessary to devote a great deal of time each day to these
    • everything teems, is saturated, has great intensity; our whole being
    • year to year, we have acquired greater and greater capacities.
    • who lives a great deal in the world of thought knows only too well
    • them. This demands very great efforts in the systematic meditation
    • great arena of cosmic experiences, cosmic happenings, just as
    • — this is an even more difficult task, demanding greater
    • devotion, greater care, greater exactitude and methodical
    • in far greater intensity — given over to the world, it is true,
    • But with his true ‘I’ before him in greater strength and
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    • issued. I attach great importance to the fact that here too, as in
    • which have helped to make modern science great. Modern science has
    • achieved greatness through scrupulous observation of the material
    • great problem concerning the eternal nature of the soul — it is
    • thinking in man is developed to a greater strength and intensity than
    • It is not necessary to devote a great deal of time each day to these
    • everything teems, is saturated, has great intensity; our whole being
    • year to year, we have acquired greater and greater capacities.
    • who lives a great deal in the world of thought knows only too well
    • them. This demands very great efforts in the systematic meditation
    • great arena of cosmic experiences, cosmic happenings, just as
    • — this is an even more difficult task, demanding greater
    • devotion, greater care, greater exactitude and methodical
    • in far greater intensity — given over to the world, it is true,
    • But with his true ‘I’ before him in greater strength and
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    • Lichtenberg, a great German humourist, as a kind of rejoinder: “In
    • Think of one of the greatest natural scientists of all time and of
    • prophecies is well known: think of Kepler, the great
    • culture today, the greatest stumbling-block in these astrological
    • after him; not only was he one of the greatest astronomers of all
    • would then be obvious to which category the greater number of tokens
    • so in those days) to have great confidence in Kepler and on many
    • astronomer of great eminence in his day. Tycho de Brahe was also
    • of men are connected with happenings in the great Cosmos. Tycho de
    • to a great age. As the hour of birth was not quite accurate, Tycho de
    • death. Such things made a great impression upon people at the time
    • Mars would bring him great misfortune. He was an opponent of all such
    • modern astronomer — a man greatly to be respected too, for his
    • between the macrocosm, the great world, and the microcosm, the little
    • gets on quite well but after a few years, great inner difficulties
    • only regard the stars and their movements as a great celestial clock
    • affairs, they were wholly given up to the great concerns of their
    • great vision of the Future.
    • by thinking of the following: There are certain great figures to whom
    • in spite of this, great and advanced leaders are at work in
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    • Lichtenberg, a great German humourist, as a kind of rejoinder: “In
    • Think of one of the greatest natural scientists of all time and of
    • prophecies is well known: think of Kepler, the great
    • culture today, the greatest stumbling-block in these astrological
    • after him; not only was he one of the greatest astronomers of all
    • would then be obvious to which category the greater number of tokens
    • so in those days) to have great confidence in Kepler and on many
    • astronomer of great eminence in his day. Tycho de Brahe was also
    • of men are connected with happenings in the great Cosmos. Tycho de
    • to a great age. As the hour of birth was not quite accurate, Tycho de
    • death. Such things made a great impression upon people at the time
    • Mars would bring him great misfortune. He was an opponent of all such
    • modern astronomer — a man greatly to be respected too, for his
    • between the macrocosm, the great world, and the microcosm, the little
    • gets on quite well but after a few years, great inner difficulties
    • only regard the stars and their movements as a great celestial clock
    • affairs, they were wholly given up to the great concerns of their
    • great vision of the Future.
    • by thinking of the following: There are certain great figures to whom
    • in spite of this, great and advanced leaders are at work in
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    • organ in the human body. In olden times a very great deal was known
    • world, and the further back we go in time, the greater was the
    • and ancient Persia, presented greater and greater difficulties. Up to
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    • science to which such great authority is attached — these
    • in the realm of intellectualism. The great task of our age is to bring
    • greatest imaginable importance during the Third Post-Atlantean period
    • greatest helpers of the individual human being with his own moral
    • acquiring individual freedom in ever-greater measure. But a great and
    • are often capable of doing a great deal; but the important thing is
    • visionary and a heretic, and Buddha, one of the three great figures
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    • Egyptians were concerned with great problems of the cosmos, with the
    • were great. With the help of the culture connected with the mummies,
    • so to speak, a culture of greater purity.
    • but modern science holds the same opinion of a great deal that is true
    • Golgotha. There is a very great deal in these cults and ceremonies, but
    • men can acquire a great deal from this source. Just as the human soul
    • him, at a great age, to write the second part of Faust if he had
    • ancient Egypt, comes to modern man. These are facts of great
    • contributed a great deal. It is the same with cults of the Churches,
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    • were at their prime. This, indeed, was the great transition that took
    • head. But you have before you in great clarity and precision the forms
    • who have to lead them, lay great stress upon the fact that the
    • streams out from them into their actions. There is a great difference
    • immeasurably greater significance for the cosmos than deeds performed
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    • him that they looked like spinal vertebrae, although greatly
    • is a task of the greatest possible significance today. Failure to
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    • influence in the historical evolution of humanity — great
    • confronting him like great question marks (if I may use the term) of
    • that the Europeans of the West were incapable of bearing the great
    • A great uncertainty
    • greater and greater confusion had crept into what had once been the
    • Ireland where the holy secrets were preserved in great purity.
    • to cult and ritual, clinging with greatest intensity of feeling to what
    • great question still remained. Terrible danger seemed imminent if
    • be done? The great treasure perceptible to those truly belonging to
    • great question living in this esoteric stream was in reality this: How
    • etheric cosmos. Here, then, the great question was that concerning the
    • unconscious one, so in the East there had arisen the great, unconscious
    • being. A significant feature of the modern age was the great question
    • character — such was the third great question confronting
    • century. We must picture the three great question marks standing like
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    • the moment of waking up to the moment of falling asleep, is greater
    • we no longer feel the deep significance, the greatness and power
    • activity greatly resembles, while also being the very opposite, the
    • or adept, is forced upon them as a great teacher. In the field of
    • chiefly upon great teachers whose authority is enforced from outside,
    • arisen who revealed to humankind great and significant truths, truths
    • which did it great harm. I do not mean to say that in itself it was
    • an error, nevertheless it caused great harm that H. P. Blavatsky
    • super-sensible world or initiation are just as great today as doubt,
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    • the moment of waking up to the moment of falling asleep, is greater
    • we no longer feel the deep significance, the greatness and power
    • activity greatly resembles, while also being the very opposite, the
    • or adept, is forced upon them as a great teacher. In the field of
    • chiefly upon great teachers whose authority is enforced from outside,
    • arisen who revealed to humankind great and significant truths, truths
    • which did it great harm. I do not mean to say that in itself it was
    • an error, nevertheless it caused great harm that H. P. Blavatsky
    • super-sensible world or initiation are just as great today as doubt,
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    • human beings who were no longer able to rise to great heights of
    • really learn a great deal in this connection, if they would train
    • which are worthy of the greatest respect and appreciation.
    • materialism has, after all, achieved great things through its methods
    • of investigation, it has achieved great and mighty things.
    • When Darwinism brought forward its great standpoint, Darwinism, which
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    • human beings who were no longer able to rise to great heights of
    • really learn a great deal in this connection, if they would train
    • which are worthy of the greatest respect and appreciation.
    • materialism has, after all, achieved great things through its methods
    • of investigation, it has achieved great and mighty things.
    • When Darwinism brought forward its great standpoint, Darwinism, which
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    • nineteenth and early twentieth century have become great. It was
    • with a certain emphasis, realising that Haeckel was a great
    • great historical significance in the nineteenth century, particularly
    • grasped by a small minority; the great majority lives in traditional
    • the East and asserting itself over a great part of the earth. This is
    • reason, there is such a great difference between the things to which
    • see in this a symptom showing the presence of a great amount of
    • great deal of love, are generally unloving, whereas those who have a
    • great amount of love do not speak much of love, so the people who
    • nineteenth-century, that is to say, within the great majority of men,
    • think out a great part of our soul-life and, above all, of our
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    • nineteenth and early twentieth century have become great. It was
    • with a certain emphasis, realising that Haeckel was a great
    • great historical significance in the nineteenth century, particularly
    • grasped by a small minority; the great majority lives in traditional
    • the East and asserting itself over a great part of the earth. This is
    • reason, there is such a great difference between the things to which
    • see in this a symptom showing the presence of a great amount of
    • great deal of love, are generally unloving, whereas those who have a
    • great amount of love do not speak much of love, so the people who
    • nineteenth-century, that is to say, within the great majority of men,
    • think out a great part of our soul-life and, above all, of our
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    • on the 24th of June, 1907. From greatly abbreviated stenographic
    • on the 24th of June, 1907. From greatly abbreviated stenographic
    • greatly abbreviated notes not revised by the lecturer.
    • greatly differing from the one which is taken for granted
    • description of a course of development which greatly deviates from
    • preserved for example such a truth; it contains, however, a great
    • the great cosmic connections. This myth tells us that Chronos sent
    • Ego into man and who are now upon a stage of development greatly
    • great number of the germs which had already developed upon Saturn and
    • great Sun Hero, and that the Light which belongs to the Sun
    • the Sun was gaseous, you must imagine air-strata of greater density
    • astral body, yet they greatly surpassed the most highly developed
    • This is the case not only at school, but also in the great course of
    • it was connected with a great screaming on the part of the Moon
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    • on the 24th of June, 1907. From greatly abbreviated stenographic
    • on the 24th of June, 1907. From greatly abbreviated stenographic
    • greatly abbreviated notes not revised by the lecturer.
    • greatly differing from the one which is taken for granted
    • description of a course of development which greatly deviates from
    • preserved for example such a truth; it contains, however, a great
    • the great cosmic connections. This myth tells us that Chronos sent
    • Ego into man and who are now upon a stage of development greatly
    • great number of the germs which had already developed upon Saturn and
    • great Sun Hero, and that the Light which belongs to the Sun
    • the Sun was gaseous, you must imagine air-strata of greater density
    • astral body, yet they greatly surpassed the most highly developed
    • This is the case not only at school, but also in the great course of
    • it was connected with a great screaming on the part of the Moon
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    • can see that our Dornach Building is enveloped by the greatly
    • of life in great cities, of metropolitan habits). Darkness envelops
    • that come towards it from the great universe. It is a magnificent
    • the portal of death, it still contains a great, great deal of unused
    • greater powers. They can be used and they can help us more easily
    • that in the near future such a great number of etheric bodies with
    • would not yield such a great number of etheric bodies, had the war
    • science is something tremendously great and sacred. The new
    • remind you of one of the greatest works of art that have so far been
    • science, something that is able to overcome even the greatest
    • we touch upon a great mystery, connected with the evolution of
    • the greatest things in the evolution of the earth may rise up before
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    • can see that our Dornach Building is enveloped by the greatly
    • of life in great cities, of metropolitan habits). Darkness envelops
    • that come towards it from the great universe. It is a magnificent
    • the portal of death, it still contains a great, great deal of unused
    • greater powers. They can be used and they can help us more easily
    • that in the near future such a great number of etheric bodies with
    • would not yield such a great number of etheric bodies, had the war
    • science is something tremendously great and sacred. The new
    • remind you of one of the greatest works of art that have so far been
    • science, something that is able to overcome even the greatest
    • we touch upon a great mystery, connected with the evolution of
    • the greatest things in the evolution of the earth may rise up before
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    • pictures of great majesty. He too tries to fit man into his place
    • merely logical form of knowledge which, though of great significance,
    • meaning but who still felt that some great value was contained in
    • knowledge again expressed a great deal more than is suggested
    • notion remains to-day. Consequently no great importance is attached
    • possessed of a wisdom incomparably greater than any contemporary
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    • pictures of great majesty. He too tries to fit man into his place
    • merely logical form of knowledge which, though of great significance,
    • meaning but who still felt that some great value was contained in
    • knowledge again expressed a great deal more than is suggested
    • notion remains to-day. Consequently no great importance is attached
    • possessed of a wisdom incomparably greater than any contemporary
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    • Now the Michael impulses — and this is of great importance
    • dominion of Michael, the great battle of Michael and all the facts
    • School of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, and in the great
    • the spirits who partake in these things, great numbers of Luciferic
    • with great clarity and definition. In those years it was by no means
    • greater significance than in the case of any other communities. There
    • living, once and for all, in a time of great, immense decisions. Thus
    • and non-anthroposophists is fraught with great decisions. Either it
    • new karma for the one who is outside it. And these are great
    • From this you will see that this is really a time of great decisions,
    • time of great decisions — the great crisis to which the sacred
    • impulses: they are fraught with great decisions, and they become
    • surely. Now this also is among the great decisions of present-day
    • life. For the things that take place in this way will have great
    • destiny of the Angeloi that we first perceive how this great
    • Michael must undertake to achieve his great task, and the things that
    • greatness of it be only in a spatial sense. Try to make this little
    • to take a hand in civilisation have become ever greater and greater.
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    • Now the Michael impulses — and this is of great importance
    • dominion of Michael, the great battle of Michael and all the facts
    • School of the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, and in the great
    • the spirits who partake in these things, great numbers of Luciferic
    • with great clarity and definition. In those years it was by no means
    • greater significance than in the case of any other communities. There
    • living, once and for all, in a time of great, immense decisions. Thus
    • and non-anthroposophists is fraught with great decisions. Either it
    • new karma for the one who is outside it. And these are great
    • From this you will see that this is really a time of great decisions,
    • time of great decisions — the great crisis to which the sacred
    • impulses: they are fraught with great decisions, and they become
    • surely. Now this also is among the great decisions of present-day
    • life. For the things that take place in this way will have great
    • destiny of the Angeloi that we first perceive how this great
    • Michael must undertake to achieve his great task, and the things that
    • greatness of it be only in a spatial sense. Try to make this little
    • to take a hand in civilisation have become ever greater and greater.
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    • greater importance to make clear the object and the aim of spiritual
    • materialistic life was at its greatest. The whole disposition and
    • great danger?
    • materialism would become greater and greater, until one day not very
    • great significance, and that we should only wait till we can see for
    • Mazdao — the great Aura — in contrast to man, the small
    • aura. In the great Aura he saw an image or a model for the small
    • period, we again meet with a great initiate. Knowledge had, we might
    • lies a great difference. In death human beings no longer see the
    • greatest influence, will smile at these small conventicles of
    • have great influence. Yet a few centuries later ancient Rome has
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    • greater importance to make clear the object and the aim of spiritual
    • materialistic life was at its greatest. The whole disposition and
    • great danger?
    • materialism would become greater and greater, until one day not very
    • great significance, and that we should only wait till we can see for
    • Mazdao — the great Aura — in contrast to man, the small
    • aura. In the great Aura he saw an image or a model for the small
    • period, we again meet with a great initiate. Knowledge had, we might
    • lies a great difference. In death human beings no longer see the
    • greatest influence, will smile at these small conventicles of
    • have great influence. Yet a few centuries later ancient Rome has
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • through a great deal during the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. Roman
    • great deal. At the beginning of the fifth epoch, the consciousness
    • temptations and leads man into great soul-dangers and even into
    • are now facing a great turning point in the whole civilisation of
    • more recent times. The time of probation has indeed come! Great tasks
    • we have just passed through the age of the great egoism.
    • and pre-Platonic times, still knew a great deal of the processes of
    • greatest event of the earth's evolution: the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • that time it was to a great extent decadent, but at any rate it still
    • ancient knowledge to enable a great number of men of that time to
    • as a great scientist; the very man who reached the point of saying
    • speech. Languages contain a great store of ancient crystallized
    • be so much better if, before going to sleep in the evening, a greater
    • we should have the great modesty of recognising that the experiences
    • Hierarchies. Man's great temptation in modern times is the modern
    • natural science with its great triumphs and its admission of purely
    • revealing the truths of Karma. I have often listened with great pain
    • its spiritual science must become a concern of the great masses of
    • clearly realise that mankind would face a great misfortune, if it
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • through a great deal during the fourth post-Atlantean epoch. Roman
    • great deal. At the beginning of the fifth epoch, the consciousness
    • temptations and leads man into great soul-dangers and even into
    • are now facing a great turning point in the whole civilisation of
    • more recent times. The time of probation has indeed come! Great tasks
    • we have just passed through the age of the great egoism.
    • and pre-Platonic times, still knew a great deal of the processes of
    • greatest event of the earth's evolution: the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • that time it was to a great extent decadent, but at any rate it still
    • ancient knowledge to enable a great number of men of that time to
    • as a great scientist; the very man who reached the point of saying
    • speech. Languages contain a great store of ancient crystallized
    • be so much better if, before going to sleep in the evening, a greater
    • we should have the great modesty of recognising that the experiences
    • Hierarchies. Man's great temptation in modern times is the modern
    • natural science with its great triumphs and its admission of purely
    • revealing the truths of Karma. I have often listened with great pain
    • its spiritual science must become a concern of the great masses of
    • clearly realise that mankind would face a great misfortune, if it
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    • Spiritual Science, must be overcome. Interest in the great affairs of
    • These great concerns of the life of humanity are clearly to be
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    • Spiritual Science, must be overcome. Interest in the great affairs of
    • These great concerns of the life of humanity are clearly to be
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    • a great number of people who have the above-mentioned urge towards a
    • flow with great difficulty for the Anthroposophical Movement, nor,
    • case stands, for there is at the present time far too great a
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    • a great number of people who have the above-mentioned urge towards a
    • flow with great difficulty for the Anthroposophical Movement, nor,
    • case stands, for there is at the present time far too great a
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    • great events of the present are taking place, to those who must stand
    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • Immanuel Hermann Fichte, son of the great thinker Johann Gottlieb
    • existence, from the Moon existence, and even from a great portion of
    • greatest, most beautiful and significant event. Moreover, this
    • constitutes a great deal of what we generally designate as our life
    • from a loftier standpoint, we human beings are extremely great
    • death. In regard to the wisdom of the great world, we are fearfully
    • structure of our organism, of this great work of art, arises within
    • greatness of the divine spiritual world.
    • we do not gain an impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • transformed sphere, is a real microcosm, a true image of the great
    • boast of the great extent of their knowledge. But we know that in the
    • without any pride, we should realise modestly and humbly the great
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    • great events of the present are taking place, to those who must stand
    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • Immanuel Hermann Fichte, son of the great thinker Johann Gottlieb
    • existence, from the Moon existence, and even from a great portion of
    • greatest, most beautiful and significant event. Moreover, this
    • constitutes a great deal of what we generally designate as our life
    • from a loftier standpoint, we human beings are extremely great
    • death. In regard to the wisdom of the great world, we are fearfully
    • structure of our organism, of this great work of art, arises within
    • greatness of the divine spiritual world.
    • we do not gain an impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • transformed sphere, is a real microcosm, a true image of the great
    • boast of the great extent of their knowledge. But we know that in the
    • without any pride, we should realise modestly and humbly the great
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    • expresses in a deep way that the greatness of the Finnish nation is
    • country, and this expresses that the originally great and significant
    • great road went from the Black Sea to the Finnish Bay and along this
    • belonging to the once great Finnish nation (the present one is only a
    • remnant of the formerly great and widely spread nation) had souls
    • place? How was it possible that a great nation could develop at a
    • take together the following things and say: There is still a great
    • in the air, and this ocean world is a great powerful being that is
    • leans over in the three great Bays, that were still experienced by
    • great Finnish nation, should still exist after having accomplished
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    • expresses in a deep way that the greatness of the Finnish nation is
    • country, and this expresses that the originally great and significant
    • great road went from the Black Sea to the Finnish Bay and along this
    • belonging to the once great Finnish nation (the present one is only a
    • remnant of the formerly great and widely spread nation) had souls
    • place? How was it possible that a great nation could develop at a
    • take together the following things and say: There is still a great
    • in the air, and this ocean world is a great powerful being that is
    • leans over in the three great Bays, that were still experienced by
    • great Finnish nation, should still exist after having accomplished
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    • world through civilisation goes back ultimately to a few great
    • great individuals, who were not themselves directly concerned with
    • by an activity that is purely external. It would be the very greatest
    • greater measure of the spiritual currents that flow through human
    • has lived among men leads back to great Initiates, leads back to
    • painter such as Raphael, or again some great religious event in
    • great World Powers invented death in order to have “much life”
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    • world through civilisation goes back ultimately to a few great
    • great individuals, who were not themselves directly concerned with
    • by an activity that is purely external. It would be the very greatest
    • greater measure of the spiritual currents that flow through human
    • has lived among men leads back to great Initiates, leads back to
    • painter such as Raphael, or again some great religious event in
    • great World Powers invented death in order to have “much life”
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    • progress in technical skill, the efforts of our greatest thinkers,
    • life. But in those past times a great spiritual power was in
    • spiritual forces of great power, inspired and brought a spiritual
    • part of one great chain. We are the messengers of the Godhead, and
    • realise the great dangers lying in materialism, the prevalent nervous
    • not greater than his Lord; neither he that is sent, greater than he
    • the passage stands: “The servant is not greater than his Lord,
    • and the Apostle is not greater than he that sent him.”
    • theosophical teaching. “The Apostle is not greater than the
    • pass. This power is given us by the Great Masters who are the Keepers
    • Light which comes to us from Christ Jesus, the greatest of our
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    • progress in technical skill, the efforts of our greatest thinkers,
    • life. But in those past times a great spiritual power was in
    • spiritual forces of great power, inspired and brought a spiritual
    • part of one great chain. We are the messengers of the Godhead, and
    • realise the great dangers lying in materialism, the prevalent nervous
    • not greater than his Lord; neither he that is sent, greater than he
    • the passage stands: “The servant is not greater than his Lord,
    • and the Apostle is not greater than he that sent him.”
    • theosophical teaching. “The Apostle is not greater than the
    • pass. This power is given us by the Great Masters who are the Keepers
    • Light which comes to us from Christ Jesus, the greatest of our
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    • held, to discuss at greater length the subject originally intended
    • will certainly discover that by far the greater number of those who
    • without any great inner stirrings into the will tendencies of the
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    • held, to discuss at greater length the subject originally intended
    • will certainly discover that by far the greater number of those who
    • without any great inner stirrings into the will tendencies of the
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    • this sentence on the blackboard, for it is of great importance]:
    • not come near the upper Gods, that they may behold me. May great darkness
    • something, however, that we must possess — this humility, this great
    • connection with great mysteries of existence, such as that of the human
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    • this sentence on the blackboard, for it is of great importance]:
    • not come near the upper Gods, that they may behold me. May great darkness
    • something, however, that we must possess — this humility, this great
    • connection with great mysteries of existence, such as that of the human
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    • it also throws light on the great span of human existence that
    • science can be of great help to us just where daily life is
    • presented great difficulties, because things go in through one ear
    • and who in his youth took in a great deal and worked well, and has
    • process of recovery meets with greater difficulties in the one than
    • It is the forgotten ideas! That is the great blessing of forgetting!
    • on man's etheric body. So our forgotten memories have great
    • the greater part of the etheric body withdraws and dissolves in the
    • circumstances, it will give man the greatest ethical-moral impulses,
    • regard to the moral realm can bring about the greatest progress in
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    • with great intensity and will do so to an even greater extent in the
    • medicine assumes greater and greater dimensions and insinuates itself
    • are still quoted today, they do in fact say a very great deal. Present-day
    • nothing to do with heredity, but a great deal to do with nationality
    • example a great mistake is being made in the field of medicine, for
    • certainly lose their greatest value, therefore they are seldom used
    • will be considered in greater detail in one of the coming lectures,
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    • before the arising of the sexes. A great uniformity was there then.
    • present day seasons was very great, and it was of great importance to
    • traveled just a short distance over the earth, that had a great
    • olden times. Everything had the greatest influence on people, and so
    • the vocal cords and the other speech organs. It makes a great
    • doing, and as this is really happening all the time, it has a great
    • Mazdao, the Great Aura’. The spiritual part, all the spiritual
    • between the great divine-spiritual harmony with its health and the
    • is more divine, for man does not have so great an influence on that,
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    • the day ego described a circle, passing through the greater part of
    • this circle outside the realm of the great ego and descending into
    • the great ego at night. For sixteen hours on average it is outside
    • have to speak in great detail if you are to understand it all. You
    • results when man is permeated with the great truths of spiritual
    • days. At one time everything outside him made a great impression on
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    • seven days. Let us go into this in greater detail.
    • starting-point. You know of course that a great difference exists and
    • in greater detail today. With such things as these, which appear
    • have to look once again to the great cosmic relationships to find the
    • regulating of the great cosmic relationships. Man as microcosm is a
    • true image of the great world relationships, for he is created out of
    • the great cosmic cycle, when the hour and minute hands coincide at
    • greater the disorder that came into them. I would like to clarify
    • like an angel not to think in harmony with the great spiritual
    • no longer knows how to take guidance from the great script of the
    • into day. It is of far greater significance that in his inner life of
    • thought man has torn himself away from the great universal rhythm.
    • contradiction to the life of the great universe.
    • ‘clock’, his astral body. And the great regulator is
    • spiritual science, because it is in harmony with the great laws of
    • the same great numerical relationships as the cosmos had in the past,
    • understand why just in an age when men have reached the greatest
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    • karma, on that great law of causes which show the spiritual
    • past life standing before him as a great tableau. Then, after a
    • could say a great deal about it, of course. Today, however, we shall
    • that we form connections with a great number of people in one life,
    • vary a great deal in this respect. Some souls have acquired great
    • which we shall only understand if we look at it in greater detail.
    • appear in the etheric body in the great memory tableau. Then we have
    • of initiation into the great mysteries of existence in one of his
    • to it in greater detail later — let us look back into that
    • we find this important law expressed in a Greek myth, too; this great
    • realisation. Spiritual science will become the great impulse for the
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    • man's being. We have looked at the great riddle of man from as many
    • and altogether that which is greatest, is not to be sought in unknown
    • greatest wisdom, if we can only understand this. Therefore let us
    • greatest and most powerful share of divinity, he towers above his
    • Then we shall have understood a great deal of things that meet us in
    • anyone who can read the great script of nature that a divine spark is
    • being within ones own ego is too great. But bitter feelings also
    • Great
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    • one with the sun; and how greatly he had to change as first of all
    • get to the North Pole the greater are the differences between winter
    • Lemurian times, in the great increase of forces raying in from
    • living upon it is here at its greatest. On the other hand the
    • though they had great clairvoyant faculties, and who looked out to
    • the greatest imaginable degree. A great number of people looked up to
    • greatest chance of survival living in the countries between the
    • of great spiritual significance, were physically small in those days,
    • Atlantean population: Where the people are small we find great
    • was a great contrast between men who were good as to their qualities
    • and who were normal, for they had not developed egoism to too great
    • future, and they were also the ones that the great sun initiate,
    • Thus it was here that they best understood a God who had the greatest
    • peoples who had developed the ego in too great or too little a
    • development. That is why the great masters of wisdom and of harmony
    • are not pupils of the great masters by only wanting to let the God
    • is something so great and significant because it is carrying further
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    • aspects on the subject of the great evolutionary processes of the
    • like to draw your attention to a fact that can tell you a great deal
    • disappears further and further and the physical grows great, whilst
    • spiritual become greater and greater.
    • alternating in man to an even greater extent. In the human being
    • way into man. And they appear to a greater and greater extent the
    • And the more he has enriched his soul the greater his capacity to add
    • from previous causes will become greater and greater, and his inner
    • what man sees before him as a great and wonderful ideal in the far
    • the greatest, most profound foundation. If man becomes such that he
    • And the Christ Event has given man the greatest thing possible, the
    • greatest of all free deeds, and one which can serve him as an
    • example. What is this greatest deed of freedom? It is that the
    • we are able to do this we shall acquire great ideals which, although
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    • in later karma. Those living on Earth are able to have a great
    • to a far greater extent than was the case after the Mystery of
    • The greatest mysteries of existence are within man
    • lecture-course the descriptions are of great cosmic conditions and
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    • great deal has been said previously about the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • be taken as a standard example of the way in which the great truths
    • In the course of years we have spoken a great deal of
    • essential to become accustomed to a great deal that is the exact
    • have devoted a great deal of study to the works of Homer and
    • is contained in the great masterpieces and revelations of mankind
    • upon a new recognition by men of those great ancestors whose souls
    • and development of the world are furthered. A very great deal that is
    • deeper understanding of them; as a result. a great deal of what
    • blessed man such as Homer. And a great deal will be similarly
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    • of lectures has been given. It must be taken for granted that a great
    • morning he will find that a great deal of what his memory has
    • found that they differ greatly in the Mercury sphere. A clear
    • universal”. It is also true that a great transformation will
    • Mystery of Golgotha is a great ideal, the ideal of supremely
    • can learn a very great deal from what may lie openly before us.
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    • in later karma. Those living on Earth are able to have a great
    • greater influence on the dead than the dead has on himself or others
    • Anthroposophy acquires greater influence in the evolution of
    • reality only. But an example will show that a very great deal is
    • possibilities is infinitely greater than that of actual happenings.
    • to waking life, if you were to observe with greater exactitude
    • the great Universe.
    • Christ is the great Sun-Being who through the Mystery of Golgotha has
    • day the girl found a pearl, thereby becoming the possessor of great
    • story is graphically told and it has been narrated in greater detail
    • great energy and freedom from bias — qualities that are not
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    • you can gather how greatly perception between death and rebirth
    • man's being with greater clarity than is possible in the printed
    • very great. Our present age, however, has a definite advantage over
    • they observed. For example, the passage of the Great Bear or of the
    • as the Great Bear across the heavens; together with the spectacle
    • the passage of the Great Bear across the heavens at night they saw
    • bodies what they experienced about the constellation of the Great
    • actual experience and the men of those times knew a great deal about
    • Spheres’, of spiritual Beings. And a great many of his
    • describes today. A great deal in this connection was presented
    • the Great Bear and enable them to experience as realities the
    • great. Conditions today have reached the stage when between death and
    • study the life between death and the new birth in even greater
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    • Sermon at Benares, the first great accomplishment of the Buddha who
    • were Teachers of great significance. What actually took place there
    • picture with the greatest possible clarity how the Earth evolves,
    • great transformation which could have been achieved only by
    • made this possible. We will speak on another occasion in greater
    • We are now at the threshold of a great mystery, a
    • that the Being who was the greatest Prince of Peace and Love, who was
    • was as a great servant of Christ Jesus, to receive and carry forward
    • so great that, as far as lay within his power, he incorporated into
    • is to give to men the greatest of all impulses with which the human
    • point in the process of that evolution. The great Teacher of the
    • physical incarnation. But in accordance with the great Plan designed
    • the work of that great Teacher was to continue in the life that lies
    • great Universe, we may well take with us from this centre of
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    • we try to carry this question to greater depths than has hitherto
    • greater part of the time between death and rebirth — it is the
    • with an intelligence much greater than that of a parrot will never
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    • to a far greater extent than was the case after the Mystery of
    • understand with greater exactitude than has hitherto been possible
    • very great influence upon man's life of soul between birth and death
    • have been nonsense to speak of public opinion as we do today. A great
    • single personalities who admittedly exerted a great deal of authority
    • you will find a great deal on the subject of spiritual
    • the spiritual life had reached the stage of its greatest darkness.
    • descend from Adam, so will the content of their souls in greater and
    • greater measure ‘descend’ from the Christ who is the
    • Beings of the nearest higher Hierarchies to a far greater extent than
    • in a state of greater and greater independence. The leading spiritual
    • of whom we have already spoken and who now have great power, also
    • of Golgotha. But the Mystery of Golgotha will become of greater and
    • greater importance for the Earth's evolution. We must clearly
    • opinion, but inwardly they will have developed greater strength. This
    • truly great individuals such as Goethe do no such thing. They
    • bring into life more and more qualities which will have greater
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    • The greatest mysteries of existence are within man
    • Now the greatest mysteries of existence are not to be
    • the great intensity at what may now be called the human body; we
    • The mysteries of existence are truly great, even when contemplated
    • from the standpoint of our physical senses only, but far greater
    • human beings enter into physical existence. For the greater part of
    • epoch, when men's gaze was diverted to an ever greater extent from
    • This is the great question: are human souls in the
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    • to the dead’. We can render them great benefit even if
    • way. It became obvious that he would greatly benefit if a particular
    • The fact that can convince us of the great and
    • is when something that might be a great service of love is not
    • Leonardo da Vinci's saying is true: “Great love is the daughter
    • of great understanding.” He who is not prepared to understand will
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    • lecture-course the descriptions are of great cosmic conditions and
    • from the great macrocosmic spheres, there arises the human being who
    • dealt with the great cosmic relationships connected with the
    • of the great macrocosmic conditions through which the soul passes.
    • Earth, for the soul begins to realise the great cosmic significance
    • view of the soul, and in the other from that of the great cosmic
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    • Above all, many Members were greatly disposed to hearing the Gospels
    • prerequisite to do so. For the great majority of these publications,
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    • in the case of the great majority.
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    • us, at this great distance in time? That might be a troublesome
    • period will have great difficulty in understanding it. Our souls are
    • cosmic evolution. They find it a great relief, these souls of today,
    • so we often find souls who are greatly comforted when they can apply
    • lying like a weight on the soul, becomes even greater if we reflect
    • period at the beginning of our era was a great riddle. I want you to
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    • endeavour encountered the very greatest difficulties. We must pause
    • the greatest historical mystery in the Earth's evolution; but
    • can enter into the souls of the great teachers of the ancient Indian
    • We know that the souls of those great teachers were open to cosmic
    • soul of one of these great teachers of ancient India, one must say
    • great intelligence is chaotically mixed up with arrant humbug. And
    • the great paintings in the Sistine Chapel, where Michelangelo
    • the Prophets, we find, have to a greater or lesser degree something
    • he is a man on Earth. That is the greatness of this portrayal of the
    • the great Universe, and out of this working of the Cosmos on their
    • themselves truly to the great phenomena of the Cosmos, but they would
    • Paul is great throughout the world where the olive tree is
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    • great danger to which humanity was exposed on Earth.
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    • and resounds through it, because in the great world-orchestra the
    • Jahve took great care to place man on the Earth so that in his true
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    • a great deal that we may think strange, if we look at it
    • if we observe that on October 28, 312, when Constantine the Great,
    • committed the greatest folly — looked at externally —
    • Rome's greatest enemy.” A truly oracular utterance!
    • him in great suffering and with dream-like visions of a quite
    • great Mysteries that had been shown to him. We then hear that he went
    • in the heavens, with the dark moon like a great disc dimly visible
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    • events of the greatest importance for the destiny of Europe in the
    • and with God's help she will accomplish still greater things.
    • respected and powerful Duke and greatly honoured master! I commend
    • this approach brought with it a great deal of superstition,
    • character; a great part of astrology has to do with this. Probably
    • earth is ensouled, and thus the great harmony is brought about, not
    • Kepler's writings. The greatest astronomical laws, the three
    • great harmony is brought about, not only on earth but between the
    • than is a great deal of talking about the unity of religions, which
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    • to the great surprise of his friend Overbeck, he immediately went on
    • it has disclosed a great deal about what lies hidden in the depths of
    • we find that this dream has a great deal to show us. First it points
    • filled with a greater capacity for expressing himself in his drawing.
    • and contain much greater wisdom than the fully conscious man is aware
    • shows how in its depths life holds far greater riches than appear on
    • conscious control. Now something of very great importance must be added
    • gateway of the spiritual world, further vistas of the great outside
    • that for his spirit the great riddles of the cosmos may be solved, thus
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    • to the great surprise of his friend Overbeck, he immediately went on
    • it has disclosed a great deal about what lies hidden in the depths of
    • we find that this dream has a great deal to show us. First it points
    • filled with a greater capacity for expressing himself in his drawing.
    • and contain much greater wisdom than the fully conscious man is aware
    • shows how in its depths life holds far greater riches than appear on
    • conscious control. Now something of very great importance must be added
    • gateway of the spiritual world, further vistas of the great outside
    • that for his spirit the great riddles of the cosmos may be solved, thus
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    • greater and greater through continuous division, the forces of the
    • curious ideas about the great philosophical figures of Thales,
    • Think of the great difference
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    • greater and greater through continuous division, the forces of the
    • curious ideas about the great philosophical figures of Thales,
    • Think of the great difference
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    • to say a great deal about the material composition of the heavenly
    • to begin with as a gathering of spiritual Beings living in great
    • great Teachers of earthly humanity; but all consciousness of the
    • It was out of a certain intuition that such great veneration was paid
    • particularly during its last period — when there was a great
    • for these things, but Mars may be called the great “Talker”
    • dream. Mars has a great longing to be always talking, and whenever
    • here or there in the universe and then they talk about it with great
    • She has a very great deal to do with poets, although they are not
    • relationship of Venus to Mars is therefore a factor of great
    • any greater coercion, man is free, in a certain respect, in the realm
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    • to say a great deal about the material composition of the heavenly
    • to begin with as a gathering of spiritual Beings living in great
    • great Teachers of earthly humanity; but all consciousness of the
    • It was out of a certain intuition that such great veneration was paid
    • particularly during its last period — when there was a great
    • for these things, but Mars may be called the great “Talker”
    • dream. Mars has a great longing to be always talking, and whenever
    • here or there in the universe and then they talk about it with great
    • She has a very great deal to do with poets, although they are not
    • relationship of Venus to Mars is therefore a factor of great
    • any greater coercion, man is free, in a certain respect, in the realm
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    • experienced as a great organism and the human beings felt that
    • or less been lost, is connected to a great extent with the gradual
    • great duration. It embraces the time employed by the vernal point, by
    • It is possible to imagine that a great world-rhythm is contained in
    • After having considered this great world-year, let us
    • respiration, let us now consider a greater life-element, the next
    • greatest life-element, namely, the alternating conditions of WAKING
    • duration of human life equal to 25,920 days, 25,920 of such great
    • the platonic year with 25,920 great breaths, with the rising and
    • us, in so far as we belong to that greater life-Being, we might
    • These things are of greatest interest. But modern
    • surprising to see the great number of charts which Goethe drew up for
    • great living being.
    • that great Being for whom a platonic year is equivalent to one year;
    • passes through its patriarchal age, one breath of that great
    • and one day of human life, are, for greater and more encompassing
    • great significance of the transition stages of falling asleep
    • which humanity must now bear, is connected to a great extent with the
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    • experienced as a great organism and the human beings felt that
    • or less been lost, is connected to a great extent with the gradual
    • great duration. It embraces the time employed by the vernal point, by
    • It is possible to imagine that a great world-rhythm is contained in
    • After having considered this great world-year, let us
    • respiration, let us now consider a greater life-element, the next
    • greatest life-element, namely, the alternating conditions of WAKING
    • duration of human life equal to 25,920 days, 25,920 of such great
    • the platonic year with 25,920 great breaths, with the rising and
    • us, in so far as we belong to that greater life-Being, we might
    • These things are of greatest interest. But modern
    • surprising to see the great number of charts which Goethe drew up for
    • great living being.
    • that great Being for whom a platonic year is equivalent to one year;
    • passes through its patriarchal age, one breath of that great
    • and one day of human life, are, for greater and more encompassing
    • great significance of the transition stages of falling asleep
    • which humanity must now bear, is connected to a great extent with the
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    • greater reversal of this kind. Those who believe themselves convinced
    • great intelligence, has spoken about only seven world riddles, but
    • say that by ever greater application of inner work, working away from
    • A great deal is
    • first experience a great deal of disappointment, disappointment that
    • arises because what is experienced in this way differs a great deal
    • every sentence the great modern scholar who was as well acquainted
    • years a condition of the earth will have to arise in which a great
    • less significant, but this one becomes greater than the others.
    • significant organ. Hence, a great deal depends upon our consciousness
    • But how much greater a
    • great and significant it would be if there were no longer a
    • reliable, and great path of natural scientific investigation. Last
    • humanity is now tragically experiencing. A great deal is being
    • great in the natural sciences but can never intervene formatively in
    • greater and greater elaboration of the conceptions regarding reality
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    • acquainted with them would result in great confusion. We will not say
    • another, a great deal is done for the life in the spiritual world.
    • ourselves with a great deal that is accomplished with propaganda, we
    • regardless of the initial great enthusiasm from which they derive
    • developed a great deal of love, of course (for having to remain is a
    • Today the human being is already developing a great many concepts,
    • this fully, however, one must know a great deal more. One must know,
    • referring pertains, of course, to greater historical impulses.
    • essential individuals in the greatly significant mission movement
    • territory but must receive from one another what is good and great in
    • increase power and power and power. And the great danger emerging
    • and then believes that what he fails to see is not there. A great
    • called “history,” a great deal whose influence is quite
    • humanity will have to decide to remain ignorant about a great deal
    • cannot be otherwise, but man must be conscious of them. The great
    • sub-earthly, to a much greater degree than the anthroposophical
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    • of these great general aspects, of these general truths, but also of
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • a physical body. A far greater sphere of connections arises if we
    • greater sphere of forces develops than those which arise between these
    • beginning we feel that there must be a great difference between a man
    • form of violent death, and a man who attains a great age before he
    • attained a great age.
    • other side, this lofty, great and uninterrupted sight, also brings
    • greater amount of inner experience, greater results of inner
    • easily show you that the perception of death itself has a great
    • Indeed, spiritual science is a great life-treasure, also in the
    • ... indeed, many a teacher of Greek thinks that he is far greater
    • inoculated with the great, encompassing impulses which can only arise
    • I have now expressed truths which have a great weight in the
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    • of these great general aspects, of these general truths, but also of
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • a physical body. A far greater sphere of connections arises if we
    • greater sphere of forces develops than those which arise between these
    • beginning we feel that there must be a great difference between a man
    • form of violent death, and a man who attains a great age before he
    • attained a great age.
    • other side, this lofty, great and uninterrupted sight, also brings
    • greater amount of inner experience, greater results of inner
    • easily show you that the perception of death itself has a great
    • Indeed, spiritual science is a great life-treasure, also in the
    • ... indeed, many a teacher of Greek thinks that he is far greater
    • inoculated with the great, encompassing impulses which can only arise
    • I have now expressed truths which have a great weight in the
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    • plant-world and with the animal. But the greater part, by far, of
    • greater or lesser degree, we develop sympathies and antipathies with
    • or that human being. To a far greater extent, a kind of universal
    • great suffering and pain. All in all, the living-together of the dead
    • this principle. And if whole classes of society attached great value
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    • plant-world and with the animal. But the greater part, by far, of
    • greater or lesser degree, we develop sympathies and antipathies with
    • or that human being. To a far greater extent, a kind of universal
    • great suffering and pain. All in all, the living-together of the dead
    • this principle. And if whole classes of society attached great value
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    • diving down and entering this particular entity one feels greater
    • we have to experience something of the greatest significance: that
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    • diving down and entering this particular entity one feels greater
    • we have to experience something of the greatest significance: that
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    • In this direction great and impressive results have been accomplished
    • western civilization the greatest intellectual achievements have been
    • But, my dear friends, it would be a great mistake to compare the
    • transported into the great universal laws; one participated in world
    • of the kind of things I have explained. These are matters of great
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    • In this direction great and impressive results have been accomplished
    • western civilization the greatest intellectual achievements have been
    • But, my dear friends, it would be a great mistake to compare the
    • transported into the great universal laws; one participated in world
    • of the kind of things I have explained. These are matters of great
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    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • great thinker Johann Gottlieb Fichte, to Troxler and others. Indeed,
    • great portion of the Earth existence, are super-sensible forces. These
    • physical. It then appears as the greatest, most beautiful and
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • beings are extremely great dunces (excuse this expression!),
    • the great world, we are fearfully stupid if we believe that here on
    • great work of art, arises within us in the form of an image. But
    • soul-impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • loftiness and greatness of the divine-spiritual that pulses and
    • microcosm, a true image of the great world-sphere. Within it lives,
    • completely materialistic people of modern times boast of the great
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • few things on death, on this great event, and on the facts of human
    • great thinker Johann Gottlieb Fichte, to Troxler and others. Indeed,
    • great portion of the Earth existence, are super-sensible forces. These
    • physical. It then appears as the greatest, most beautiful and
    • life between death and a new birth and constitutes a great deal of
    • beings are extremely great dunces (excuse this expression!),
    • the great world, we are fearfully stupid if we believe that here on
    • great work of art, arises within us in the form of an image. But
    • soul-impression of the loftiness and greatness of the
    • loftiness and greatness of the divine-spiritual that pulses and
    • microcosm, a true image of the great world-sphere. Within it lives,
    • completely materialistic people of modern times boast of the great
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • been referred to, about the greater, real world, which embraces both
    • these great events. In other words, within our circle, we are
    • ourselves touched by the great spiritual world, because souls who
    • Now, it is a great prejudice of the modern materialistic
    • great, an essential, importance for the one who has passed through
    • very great one. It is something mighty, something unfathomably
    • planet which he is leaving. It is a very great experience, an
    • physical body. For the dead it is of the greatest significance that
    • event, viewed from the other side, is the greatest, most wonderful
    • places before us, in its entirety, the greatness of the idea that in
    • great. When a deceased person (and exactly the same thing applies to
    • fool. There is no greater inward intolerance than that of a
    • In order to attain this, a very great deal of what is
    • of Eternity”, starts out with the present Great War. What is
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    • been referred to, about the greater, real world, which embraces both
    • these great events. In other words, within our circle, we are
    • ourselves touched by the great spiritual world, because souls who
    • Now, it is a great prejudice of the modern materialistic
    • great, an essential, importance for the one who has passed through
    • very great one. It is something mighty, something unfathomably
    • planet which he is leaving. It is a very great experience, an
    • physical body. For the dead it is of the greatest significance that
    • event, viewed from the other side, is the greatest, most wonderful
    • places before us, in its entirety, the greatness of the idea that in
    • great. When a deceased person (and exactly the same thing applies to
    • fool. There is no greater inward intolerance than that of a
    • In order to attain this, a very great deal of what is
    • of Eternity”, starts out with the present Great War. What is
  • Title: Lecture: The Son of God and the Son of Man
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    • clairvoyance, due to the greatest freedom of the etheric body and the
    • astral body; and into these bodies with their greater freedom there
    • mind is that man's physical body will make still greater demands in
    • In the Greeks there was great
    • The ego is in reality a sculptor and the greatness of what it
    • Post-Atlantean epoch. Immediately after the great Atlantean
    • truly childlike among the men of that epoch were the great Teachers
    • Face of the Earth” is a great geological epic of the earth. It
    • one passage in Suess's great work and you will see that here,
    • without dismay. It is not only in the great mountain ranges that the
    • traces of this process are found. Great segments of the earth's crust
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    • clairvoyance, due to the greatest freedom of the etheric body and the
    • astral body; and into these bodies with their greater freedom there
    • mind is that man's physical body will make still greater demands in
    • In the Greeks there was great
    • The ego is in reality a sculptor and the greatness of what it
    • Post-Atlantean epoch. Immediately after the great Atlantean
    • truly childlike among the men of that epoch were the great Teachers
    • Face of the Earth” is a great geological epic of the earth. It
    • one passage in Suess's great work and you will see that here,
    • without dismay. It is not only in the great mountain ranges that the
    • traces of this process are found. Great segments of the earth's crust
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    • Council of Buddha, Skythianos, Zarathas, and One still greater.
    • North American looked from old Atlantis to the One Great Spirit,
    • in old Atlantis. The Great Wall of China. The old Gulf Stream
    • enclosed within the Great Wall what they rescued from Atlantis.
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    • present time it will be found that what was then said throws a great
    • natural science. This mechanical physical science has done great
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    • It affords me great satisfaction to be able to speak
    • knowledge and grasp of the great laws of humanity, he cannot be
    • is one who is able to identify himself with the great mission of
    • view regarding something which we otherwise rightly consider great,
    • greatness of that from which the ‘homeless man’ must in a
    • great rôle; in a not far-distant future this sentence will be
    • member of his being which offers the greatest resistance, the
    • the great Atlantean Catastrophe — which so completely altered
    • the periods influenced by the great peoples from whom the
    • together, something which is understood everywhere to a greater or
    • down the great outlines for the several epochs. The extension of the
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    • all cases where that which determined the great changes of the people
    • that they are able to employ much greater forces than can the
    • a people. The Beings who give language have great strength, they are
    • but for reasons pertaining to the great Wisdom which rules the world.
    • bring about, because they with their great forces and powers remained
    • definitions there are, and how greatly they differ from each other.
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    • make a greater impression upon him. Others he finds to be lethargic,
    • These great outlines are fashioned by the Archangel; but
    • work, here they must take care that these great aims are realized.
    • corresponds to the great ordinances of the Archangels. You will form
    • certain respects its good side, because in this way a great variety,
    • saying ‘The world is maya’ is of the very greatest
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    • under the great influence of these abnormal Beings. During the whole
    • which have a great deal to do with the decline and death of man, with
    • creations of man are still to a great extent dependent upon the
    • There is a great deal more that may not yet be told, that would help
    • more and more, the further the countries lie to the West. These great
    • character of humanity. There lies the great responsibility which one
    • takes, if one wishes to intervene in the great movement of mankind.
    • Where the great movement of humanity is concerned, no personal
    • great laws of humanity. We must recognize this from the great laws
    • great mystery is expressed when it is said who Plato was with respect
    • the earth planet, those Spirits whose greatest interest is to make
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    • are now scattered here and there among the greater peoples, have
    • their significance in the great harmony of human evolution. That,
    • was the great mission of Saturn to give will, to implant the forces
    • within. So that man is indeed called to something great upon the
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    • Spirits of Motion — who possess greater power than the Spirits
    • similar way. In accordance with this, the great map is then drawn,
    • families, etc. That is the great map, which is an image of the
    • abnormal Spirits of Form worked with great power and caused man to be
    • Thus were the great foundations of the races created,
    • to the Semitic race. That is a great polarity in humanity, and we
    • people attained its greatness. Everything the Greeks saw in the way
    • incarnation, and that great leader of humanity whom we describe by
    • of One still greater, set itself the task of investigating into the
    • how in him there dwells what formerly was great and mighty for man,
    • great in the Atlantean culture. What was the greatest thing of all to
    • the ancient greatness and majesty of a period which existed in the
    • seven Spirits of Form was called by the Atlanteans the Great Spirit
    • not participate. He clung firmly to the Great Spirit of the primeval
    • had also received the Great Spirit, passed before his eyes when a
    • his soul he still had the Great Spirit. His speech has been preserved
    • of that which makes the white man great. The brown man is made great
    • by something else; he is made great by the Great Spirit, Who speaks
    • Great Spirit speaks truth! Your Spirits, whom you have here on paper,
    • and who express what to you is great, they do not speak truth.’
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    • going on in the great world. This ascent is connected with the fact
    • great Teachers of India, the Holy Rishis, who because they were aided
    • the guide or intuitor of the great Zarathustra or Zoroaster, the
    • greatest possible variety. We might say, that in the post-Atlantean
    • If man were however to look out into the great cosmos,
    • can still see at the present day Monotheism ruling in its greatest
    • synthetic thought is the greatest imaginable in the Kabbalistic
    • years. That is the great polarity between Pluralism and Monism, and
    • as Spirit of the Age. Hence, however, something of the greatest
    • over a great part of Western Europe, as far as the present Hungary,
    • There was a great deal to be done, but above all it was
    • to-day. He belongs just as much to the great directing Spirits of the
    • Age, as those who were the great directing Spirits of the Age during
    • Folk-souls, have greater or less inclination towards this
    • greatest impulses streamed forth in all directions, the spot which
    • Europe. Hence, because the great centre of inspiration was there,
    • past, was that great centre of inspiration, which later on
    • Scandinavian mythology. Hence the great significance of the
    • of the Scandinavian Folk-soul. Hence also the great significance
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    • great enthusiasm for comparative religion and comparative mythology,
    • another as regards their essential nature, he might make a great
    • regards everything else in human evolution they had made very great
    • abnormal Archangels, as one of the great Renouncers of antiquity, who
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    • great world of Nature surrounding man; so that the Ahrimanic
    • country are the great Powers, the Luminous Ones. He is organized for
    • materialistic will be greatly surprised that Spiritual Science should
    • It would require a great deal too much time to prove
    • of the influence of Ahriman, i.e., greater error than does the
    • sun. To the occultist there is something which is still greater
    • clairvoyance. Thus one of the greatest historical events, the gradual
    • Hence there came to him a thought of very great and far-reaching
    • again.’ In other words, the great idea which originates in the
    • to the very smallest details, in the great vision of ‘The
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    • subdivisions of peoples have their special task in this great
    • community, as if he were a part in the great body of his people. Thus
    • great question in the mission of the Roman people. The other peoples,
    • present-day France and in present-day Great Britain, were necessary
    • was the great mission of those peoples which gradually developed in
    • The great world-historical effects, however, which we
    • may consider as represented by Great Britain, are to be traced back
    • proceeded from Great Britain is also connected that which proceeded
    • had been driven outwards, you will find that the great historical
    • abstract scientist are mere thoughts, to him were the great, mighty
    • our earlier lectures we called ‘The Great Spirit,’ you
    • comprehensible that the two great opposites of the post-Atlantean
    • and think of the Great Wall of China, which was intended to enclose
    • reproduced by enclosing within their Great Wall the culture which
    • one great, all-embracing idea, which is at the same time an
    • towards the pure Spirit by receiving with great devotion Western
    • to unite something still greater with his being. Hence also the
    • disputes, and which in reality rest upon great misunderstandings, is
    • There is perhaps no greater contrast than that eminently
    • Christian conception of the State which hovers as a great ideal
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    • In beginning this our last lecture I may truly say that there is a great
    • wonderfully the great occult truths are expressed in its pictures
    • Folk-spirits have played a great rôle. The vision of that descent has
    • been preserved in the greatest purity in the Sagas which in former
    • schools of the Initiates. Thus a very great deal remained in the
    • Christ. He made a great stir. Pilgrimages were made to him not only
    • certainly not so great, for man was not then so entirely in
    • truth; but in the twentieth century it would be a great misfortune
    • danger so great as the tendency to remain satisfied with the old
    • evolution of modern times. One part only of a greater whole has been
    • may describe as the greatest Being in the evolution of humanity, by
    • difference between the East and the West; we accept with great love
    • that which we recognize as the overwhelming greatness of the primal
    • own General Meeting in Berlin, when we had the great pleasure of
    • great peoples as well as the smaller subdivisions of peoples all have
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    • This is a time when a great deal of attention, ranging
    • today to certain great cosmic events with which we are already familiar from
    • and will have realised that one of the great events in earthly
    • matters of the greatest significance come into consideration here. Man's being
    • Thus the second great process or event was that man became more spiritual. But
    • must begin to be alive to the great happenings that are connected with his
    • be a great event in earthly evolution the re-entry of the moon into the
    • reality are nothing but a great world-question. His intellect cannot begin to
    • the Jupiter-men and the others descended again to earth. Now an event of great
    • the earthly evolution of humanity to be veiled in mystery. However great the
    • only a passing episode in the great sweep of cosmic evolution and will be
    • the great epoch towards which his successive earthly lives are leading him.
    • all, the events are not really of such great significance. Nevertheless, the
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    • This is a time when a great deal of attention, ranging
    • today to certain great cosmic events with which we are already familiar from
    • and will have realised that one of the great events in earthly
    • matters of the greatest significance come into consideration here. Man's being
    • Thus the second great process or event was that man became more spiritual. But
    • must begin to be alive to the great happenings that are connected with his
    • be a great event in earthly evolution the re-entry of the moon into the
    • reality are nothing but a great world-question. His intellect cannot begin to
    • the Jupiter-men and the others descended again to earth. Now an event of great
    • the earthly evolution of humanity to be veiled in mystery. However great the
    • only a passing episode in the great sweep of cosmic evolution and will be
    • the great epoch towards which his successive earthly lives are leading him.
    • all, the events are not really of such great significance. Nevertheless, the
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    • beginning of the Old Testament as the great picture of the Temptation
    • to be the greatest blasphemy that Christ Jesus could have uttered.
    • think, present great difficulties for all who reflect more deeply. It
    • understand it as one understands a great deal in the Bible —
    • really not at all — for behind this passage a great mystery is
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    • developed very great strength below the surface of the gradually
    • teaching for his own greater perfecting, but because it has become
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    • speak of karmic adjustment. But there is a great deal more to be
    • true understanding of Christ, a greater earnestness will manifest
    • be changed! A great deal of modern writing will be ruled out when
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    • order to live. Deep truths are indeed expressed in great religious
    • greater depth, greater insight into the spiritual world and its
    • become spiritually freer and freer, and in this greater spiritual
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    • brought about greater changes, or have both contributed to the
    • it greatly enhanced the development of the culture. Those who had
    • one's soul. Then it becomes a reality. The greatness of the spiritual
    • to ourselves, and then to a greater extent to mankind. If we are
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    • brought about greater changes, or have both contributed to the
    • it greatly enhanced the development of the culture. Those who had
    • one's soul. Then it becomes a reality. The greatness of the spiritual
    • to ourselves, and then to a greater extent to mankind. If we are
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    • Of these three festivals Christmas makes the greatest
    • might, through great sacrifice, unite Himself with human existence.”
    • great experience to gaze on the entrance of the Christ Being into
    • how great a step forward was taken when the Jehovah principle gave
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    • time that, no matter how great and grand the achievements of the
    • Once I pointed out that the great Kepler, the successor
    • the solution to the great cosmic secrets, they also expressed it in
    • the new Isis which go to make the great firmament of the heavens.
    • Who stands before us in a far greater glory than Osiris did in the
    • great goal which we have in common. The Mystery which the Christmas
    • love in the great task. Then, and only then, shall we understand
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    • greater intensity among such people as the Magi from the East, and
    • the next great world war. Culture will be wrecked in more ways. There
    • come out of the spiritual world.” What is an event of great
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    • said: People of today realise that a great deal goes on in the
    • needs. In the great State arrangements as in the narrower,
    • familiar path that is like a great lie in modern life. I confronted
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    • In the work of J. H. Fichte, the son of the great
    • acquire greater importance.” In a similar manner with respect
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    • great, momentous achievements of the physical sciences, and on the
    • to declare something still greater and grander about the Christ than he
    • discovery in the physical or spiritual domain the greatness which
    • future, the great truths of Christianity will outshine them all. This
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    • spiritualize, whatever knowledge he acquires about the great world.
    • Sun which revealed a very great deal to the Imaginative cognition of
    • that are really to blame for the great calamity into which human
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    • spiritualize, whatever knowledge he acquires about the great world.
    • Sun which revealed a very great deal to the Imaginative cognition of
    • that are really to blame for the great calamity into which human
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    • His Spiritual and Intellectual Greatness
    • door heightened. This ruined a great part of the picture. Then at one
    • greatness, of the power and content of the comprehensive personality
    • making the greatest artistic plans, constantly making new ones. He
    • had also commissions from people who recognized his great gift and
    • Leonardo, which was too great in itself ever to be able to reveal its
    • full greatness.
    • great and comprehensive genius Leonardo was.
    • greatest contrasts; one cannot paint them in one year; there are no
    • painting are here represented as only the greatest genius could
    • shows us all Leonardo's greatness and, we may say, all his
    • with the whole figure and spiritual greatness of Leonardo. He left it
    • the greater is the difference in the whole of man's outlook and
    • rendered the greatest service its greatness was not acquired through
    • in a great and mighty way; but how they can be brought through into
    • times possessing great capacities, but now in this new age, he can
    • a soul in which a great deal, an infinite amount takes place”.
    • to work out in their lives something greater than their age can give
    • of his great soul capacities. We see Leonardo's soul so sane,
    • case we see especially the greatness of spirit which endures much
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    • His Spiritual and Intellectual Greatness
    • door heightened. This ruined a great part of the picture. Then at one
    • greatness, of the power and content of the comprehensive personality
    • making the greatest artistic plans, constantly making new ones. He
    • had also commissions from people who recognized his great gift and
    • Leonardo, which was too great in itself ever to be able to reveal its
    • full greatness.
    • great and comprehensive genius Leonardo was.
    • greatest contrasts; one cannot paint them in one year; there are no
    • painting are here represented as only the greatest genius could
    • shows us all Leonardo's greatness and, we may say, all his
    • with the whole figure and spiritual greatness of Leonardo. He left it
    • the greater is the difference in the whole of man's outlook and
    • rendered the greatest service its greatness was not acquired through
    • in a great and mighty way; but how they can be brought through into
    • times possessing great capacities, but now in this new age, he can
    • a soul in which a great deal, an infinite amount takes place”.
    • to work out in their lives something greater than their age can give
    • of his great soul capacities. We see Leonardo's soul so sane,
    • case we see especially the greatness of spirit which endures much
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    • builds than in the greatest engineering feat. And the intelligence
    • been one great process of transformation, the passing over of the
    • forth out of the great whole. From that we begin to perceive our self
    • as a small world resting in the great world; and this arouses in us a
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    • builds than in the greatest engineering feat. And the intelligence
    • been one great process of transformation, the passing over of the
    • forth out of the great whole. From that we begin to perceive our self
    • as a small world resting in the great world; and this arouses in us a
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    • performance would denote for a man a great spiritual effort. A deep
    • bodies differed greatly in development even in external form. What
    • once reached. But its instrument has become weak, like a great
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    • performance would denote for a man a great spiritual effort. A deep
    • bodies differed greatly in development even in external form. What
    • once reached. But its instrument has become weak, like a great
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    • other. This is also the case, even in the greatest things we
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    • other. This is also the case, even in the greatest things we
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    • too, has been often emphasized here) that when the great questions of
    • great riddles of existence merely out of external material facts.
    • less a writer than the great English scientist, Huxley, translated
    • impossible it is that such a thought should approach the great
    • fatigue; one would have to speak at great length to analyze these
    • come to understand that the great earth mother is a complete organism
    • evolution to advance to greater heights through the different
    • Thus death is the great
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    • great riddles of existence merely out of external material facts.
    • less a writer than the great English scientist, Huxley, translated
    • impossible it is that such a thought should approach the great
    • fatigue; one would have to speak at great length to analyze these
    • come to understand that the great earth mother is a complete organism
    • evolution to advance to greater heights through the different
    • Thus death is the great
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    • that the greatest triumphs of natural science have been realized just
    • on the one side the great longing aims at a pure natural development
    • A great part of the thinkers of the present and the recent past did
    • out in a new direction who have obtained the greatest results of
    • It is indeed true that the great results of natural science performed
    • in which this great pioneer points out the way in which he succeeded
    • great progress in natural science, if one goes back only about two
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    • that the greatest triumphs of natural science have been realized just
    • on the one side the great longing aims at a pure natural development
    • A great part of the thinkers of the present and the recent past did
    • out in a new direction who have obtained the greatest results of
    • It is indeed true that the great results of natural science performed
    • in which this great pioneer points out the way in which he succeeded
    • great progress in natural science, if one goes back only about two
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    • study the great epochs of art and the great artists. We shall never
    • study with Ghirlandaio, but great artist as the latter was the boy
    • inner quality of soul, a mood of greater inwardness. This is true,
    • soul. The deepest secrets and the greatest inwardness are expressed
    • task. His greatness consists largely in a period which was to depend
    • great master of his times. When a man holds such a place in his
    • greatness of Michelangelo. So Michelangelo had the bitter experience
    • greatest works of art the world has seen, the noblest pattern that
    • to what is his greatest achievement, that remarkable work of artistic
    • was made with the greatest care and under his supervision from a clay
    • wholly in the great current of his times yet his own inmost quality
    • Pope feared him; and yet in his soul there lived all the greatness of
    • at one with the great Christian impulses he yet lived at the dawn of
    • my soul that turns to His great Love on high
    • was a great poet also, and the poems of his which survive show the
    • out for many years afterwards all those other great works of his in
    • my soul that turns to His great Love on high
    • just the greatest spirits that teach us most vividly how the meaning
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    • study the great epochs of art and the great artists. We shall never
    • study with Ghirlandaio, but great artist as the latter was the boy
    • inner quality of soul, a mood of greater inwardness. This is true,
    • soul. The deepest secrets and the greatest inwardness are expressed
    • task. His greatness consists largely in a period which was to depend
    • great master of his times. When a man holds such a place in his
    • greatness of Michelangelo. So Michelangelo had the bitter experience
    • greatest works of art the world has seen, the noblest pattern that
    • to what is his greatest achievement, that remarkable work of artistic
    • was made with the greatest care and under his supervision from a clay
    • wholly in the great current of his times yet his own inmost quality
    • Pope feared him; and yet in his soul there lived all the greatness of
    • at one with the great Christian impulses he yet lived at the dawn of
    • my soul that turns to His great Love on high
    • was a great poet also, and the poems of his which survive show the
    • out for many years afterwards all those other great works of his in
    • my soul that turns to His great Love on high
    • just the greatest spirits that teach us most vividly how the meaning
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    • Imaginations requires greater strength than we usually have between
    • birth and death. We need greater inner strength of soul. We do not
    • write true. The great difference between dreams or hallucinations and
    • life. We need this greater strength when we have passed through the
    • death. It could be that someone wants to have a great deal of
    • people who do this will have greater faculties in the world after
    • described. According to the methods available to them, the great
    • they originated in the spiritual world. This is the immensely great
    • Christ as only a great cosmic teacher. For those who really
    • We are making a great
    • love of comfort and convenience. It requires a great deal more than
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    • lectures had made a great impression on them, and they asked him to
    • fulfillment of what the great minds in human history longed and
    • the harmony we can achieve with these great minds through our
    • had to put on such plays with ever greater strength, one might say.
    • spiritual beings who paint the sunrise are greater painters still
    • good-natured soul who wanted to understand us and do a great service
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    • the greatest difference we might find between the two periods is that
    • specific point if we really want to understand the great importance
    • misunderstood. People are greatly inclined to prejudice, and whenever
    • During his great
    • his soul is so great that, when he compared it to his physical
    • great relief for someone fully involved in modern culture, in science
    • things; they have taken up a great deal of human energy. But who
    • is only with great sorrow one lives through the events that had to be
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    • remember with great pleasure our meeting last year, and my greeting
    • and having learned a great deal about the results of spiritual
    • Munich, preceded, to our great delight, by
    • Naturally, it seems most obvious to attach great importance to the
    • and giving greater scope to our ideas, feelings, and soul impulses.
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    • its greatness, its color, and to project myself completely into that
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    • The great founders of the religions
    • there were great individuals and many people connected with them.
    • Thoughts of great spiritual
    • with the outer world have arrived, as they had to. A great
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    • left behind by his great soul lay there, a wonderful reflection of a
    • their soul to what is great, beautiful, monumental, magnificent, and
    • with a young musician in Vienna who was a great friend of
    • tired of complaining about life. And since he loved Hamerling a great
    • greatest pain (he wrote as much to Rosegger) at the time of writing
    • under these physical conditions remained open to all that is great
    • out of the wellsprings of greatness, beauty, and spirituality in such
    • believe these words can throw much greater light on Hamerling's
    • great part of his longing: the longing to be a great human being.
    • the police for this “great crime” and given a special
    • small indication of how the world treated the great poet; I believe
    • that can comfort our souls regarding the small things in the great
    • Everything he created has human greatness, though not always poetic
    • human greatness. When he saw disharmony in life, Hamerling always
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    • regard to all the realms of human spiritual life, that man's greatest
    • spiritual science try to solve from different sides this great
    • one hand, it is unquestioned that in general man's greatest riddle is
    • special phase, for there is a great gap between what is called human
    • In the great gap between what we may call human nature
    • Here we see how this great knower of
    • great comprehensive law, which is really only the consequence of many
    • greatly tabooed at the present time. This law of re-embodiment, the
    • as among its greatest results. Not only does one form proceed from
    • the great Italian natural scientist, Francesco Redi (1627 to 1697),
    • science leads us to the great facts of so-called re-embodiment, of
    • is not the inherited part at variance with it? Thus the great
    • line of heredity. We see how a man bears to a great degree the
    • great in life can be brought about just through the one-sidedness of
    • and death. In each temperament there exists a small and a great
    • by his lack of self-control. That is the small danger. The great
    • great danger is that the rising and falling tide of sensations may
    • lack of interest in the outer world; the great danger is stupidity or
    • rises up within him. The great danger is madness.
    • beautiful, varied, and great. How dull would life be if all people
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    • regard to all the realms of human spiritual life, that man's greatest
    • spiritual science try to solve from different sides this great
    • one hand, it is unquestioned that in general man's greatest riddle is
    • special phase, for there is a great gap between what is called human
    • In the great gap between what we may call human nature
    • Here we see how this great knower of
    • great comprehensive law, which is really only the consequence of many
    • greatly tabooed at the present time. This law of re-embodiment, the
    • as among its greatest results. Not only does one form proceed from
    • the great Italian natural scientist, Francesco Redi (1627 to 1697),
    • science leads us to the great facts of so-called re-embodiment, of
    • is not the inherited part at variance with it? Thus the great
    • line of heredity. We see how a man bears to a great degree the
    • great in life can be brought about just through the one-sidedness of
    • and death. In each temperament there exists a small and a great
    • by his lack of self-control. That is the small danger. The great
    • great danger is that the rising and falling tide of sensations may
    • lack of interest in the outer world; the great danger is stupidity or
    • rises up within him. The great danger is madness.
    • beautiful, varied, and great. How dull would life be if all people
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    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • life of the human spirit-and-soul in such a way that a great deal is
    • effects it is experienced by everybody. There would be no greater
    • There is a very great deal in subtle distinctions such
    • future, too, great strides will be taken in the same direction. We
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • things that must here be brought to life — great though the
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    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • life of the human spirit-and-soul in such a way that a great deal is
    • effects it is experienced by everybody. There would be no greater
    • There is a very great deal in subtle distinctions such
    • future, too, great strides will be taken in the same direction. We
    • needs a great deal that must act as an impulse of renewal over
    • things that must here be brought to life — great though the
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    • constructed with great symmetry in long aisles of countless pillars
    • able to make a great impression upon spiritual Europe. The whole
    • and clarified, and had become words which could express the greatest
    • now works further in mankind is of great significance for occult
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    • constructed with great symmetry in long aisles of countless pillars
    • able to make a great impression upon spiritual Europe. The whole
    • and clarified, and had become words which could express the greatest
    • now works further in mankind is of great significance for occult
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    • of investigation which may seem highly improbable to a great many
    • this brings us to the question: Where were the souls of the greater
    • religion. Their hearts were turned in aspiration to a great Spiritual
    • people had a living and vivid experience of one great Spirit
    • pantheistic impulse, connected with the worship of one great
    • generations, say to the age of Charles the Great and even earlier,
    • many enigmas today — unless we realize that a great many souls
    • great many men were able to form very clear and definite conceptions
    • were men who indulged in a great deal of speculation, but their
    • concern me — the birth of Alexander the Great, for instance —
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    • of investigation which may seem highly improbable to a great many
    • this brings us to the question: Where were the souls of the greater
    • religion. Their hearts were turned in aspiration to a great Spiritual
    • people had a living and vivid experience of one great Spirit
    • pantheistic impulse, connected with the worship of one great
    • generations, say to the age of Charles the Great and even earlier,
    • many enigmas today — unless we realize that a great many souls
    • great many men were able to form very clear and definite conceptions
    • were men who indulged in a great deal of speculation, but their
    • concern me — the birth of Alexander the Great, for instance —
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    • knowledge at that time. Comenius, the great educationist and thinker
    • to our own times it has secretly carried on and handed on the great
    • Amos Comenius, the great educationalist, was among those who
    • particles. You can divide the great majority of substances into
    • We can learn a great deal from this sentence. Helmont calls what he
    • than man has today. Space, to them, was not a great infinite void in
    • beautiful things that are found in the works of these great men, he
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    • knowledge at that time. Comenius, the great educationist and thinker
    • to our own times it has secretly carried on and handed on the great
    • Amos Comenius, the great educationalist, was among those who
    • particles. You can divide the great majority of substances into
    • We can learn a great deal from this sentence. Helmont calls what he
    • than man has today. Space, to them, was not a great infinite void in
    • beautiful things that are found in the works of these great men, he
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    • hand, however, there is hardly any other alternative for the great
    • falsehood. This feeling may be found in great men and in
    • insignificant people. Benvenuto Cellini, who was a great man, once
    • experiencing his value. Compassion is a quality which is not greatly
    • developed among men. It still contains a great amount of egoism. Of
    • great school — but he will reveal instead a new, plainly marked
    • greatly. We can, however, be of great help to others, whereas we
    • therefore be of great help to others; our bad qualities cause us
    • great harm, but cannot cause much harm to others, at least not
    • able to guide ourselves. Here we see a great difference between the
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    • hand, however, there is hardly any other alternative for the great
    • falsehood. This feeling may be found in great men and in
    • insignificant people. Benvenuto Cellini, who was a great man, once
    • experiencing his value. Compassion is a quality which is not greatly
    • developed among men. It still contains a great amount of egoism. Of
    • great school — but he will reveal instead a new, plainly marked
    • greatly. We can, however, be of great help to others, whereas we
    • therefore be of great help to others; our bad qualities cause us
    • great harm, but cannot cause much harm to others, at least not
    • able to guide ourselves. Here we see a great difference between the
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    • greater extent with vegetative life, they were not so lifeless, not
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch onward — has a greater resemblance with
    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • of great value. You know that many so-called lodges, which have not a
    • to a great extent already waned — there were older times in
    • the greatest value
    • indifference in regard to the great destinies of human existence.
    • be stirred to hear that in the West the great goals of humanity are
    • mediumistically, something about the great historical aims.
    • formulated questions, something about the great destiny-goals of
    • information concerning the great destiny aims of humanity, not
    • distinguish cheap writers from men endowed with great spirituality
    • indicated in recent lectures. Consider the fact that a great number
    • beings accordingly. This has a great significance in human life, but
    • of the question: How does the great majority of the people really
    • entailing the right of a pension is a great “ideal”! And
    • greatly.
    • nearer to the goal (which now encounters the greatest obstacles) of
    • architectural forms, the great destinies of humanity. And it is good
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    • greater extent with vegetative life, they were not so lifeless, not
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch onward — has a greater resemblance with
    • modern science and in which he takes so great a pride? Only lifeless
    • of great value. You know that many so-called lodges, which have not a
    • to a great extent already waned — there were older times in
    • the greatest value
    • indifference in regard to the great destinies of human existence.
    • be stirred to hear that in the West the great goals of humanity are
    • mediumistically, something about the great historical aims.
    • formulated questions, something about the great destiny-goals of
    • information concerning the great destiny aims of humanity, not
    • distinguish cheap writers from men endowed with great spirituality
    • indicated in recent lectures. Consider the fact that a great number
    • beings accordingly. This has a great significance in human life, but
    • of the question: How does the great majority of the people really
    • entailing the right of a pension is a great “ideal”! And
    • greatly.
    • nearer to the goal (which now encounters the greatest obstacles) of
    • architectural forms, the great destinies of humanity. And it is good
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    • earth — we feel as if we lived within a great organism. We
    • and the great consciousness of the Spirit of the Earth then
    • was greatly alarmed and said that quite recently a man had been
    • shows us that what we call the great illusion chiefly consists
    • man is as great as the universe. Even in ordinary life we look
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    • earth — we feel as if we lived within a great organism. We
    • and the great consciousness of the Spirit of the Earth then
    • was greatly alarmed and said that quite recently a man had been
    • shows us that what we call the great illusion chiefly consists
    • man is as great as the universe. Even in ordinary life we look
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    • begin with, man stands before the great Unknown, but must regard himself
    • a member of a quite different one. But the great riddle, the anxious
    • is one side — the one great question with the subsidiary question
    • still. These men of ancient times felt that the soul grows greater and
    • greater, and passes into the cosmos. And then they saw the soul, which
    • at most — can dimly feel: The ancients experienced the two great
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    • time, however, we must call to mind the great difference between the
    • two. Indeed, yesterday we had to recognise this great difference from
    • grammes, they will only be infected with great difficulty.
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    • beings were once companions of men. They were the great, original teachers
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    • greatest riddle is this: If I really experience a moral impulse and have
    • attention in this way and with inner sincerity demands great effort,
    • element begins, an inner formative force working with very great
    • it is a great drop. Wherever water is free to take its own form, it takes
    • the second — man. This means, that we are developing great inner
    • great effort. It is comparatively easy to extinguish an ordinary,
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    • recognise a greater difference however, in what is etheric.
    • great riddle to the man of today, if he gives attention to his soul
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    • a little lake before him. He is in great danger, and the dream. takes
    • the pictures is not really of great importance; it is the dramatic sequence
    • dreams are such that in them his experiences are greatly, violently
    • the impression that imagination gives us some-thing created by a great
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    • great, though often tragical enrichment of life; we feel this unavoidable
    • fun of these exceedingly earliest matters: If one sleeps away the greater
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    • earthly life. But its role is far greater still. What would the external
    • impressions to the content borne in memory. A great part of educational
    • these pictures now become greater and greater. We feel as if they
    • the memory tableau as in a narrow space, becomes greater and greater,
    • And if someone, in his soul, takes great pleasure in something that
    • and a great part of the backward journey I have described is concerned
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    • has been a great reluctance to look out at what was happening in the
    • present time, after the great world catastrophe [the First World War],
    • clergy. One day we must go into all this more closely and in great
    • greatest freedom. You will perhaps be astonished that I should say
    • foremost bishoprics greatly enhanced the dignity of a Dominican who
    • rendered great service by rejuvenating Buddhism and enriching it by
    • is greater falsehood possible? Can there be a more dishonest method
    • community here, but it is a great human question; and this great
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    • perceived by those great ones whose last stragglers we find in
    • Pope Clement XIV, who had a great liking for the Jesuits and was at
    • doctrine of Infallibility constituted a far greater break. For all
    • man full of insight and of very great intelligence. Pope Leo XIII
    • is so great but great for the last culture epoch, for, of course,
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    • greatest difficulty in freeing oneself.
    • In this matter one has to admit that greater blame falls on the
    • from rancor, one is making a great mistake. Naturally, we must fight
    • They do not believe that the Catholic Church is great in the
    • are of far greater significance than all the sermons from evangelical
    • Church has shown great foresight. Though the individual sheep follows
    • individual geniuses; they would be recognized as the great minds of
    • great lights if they were to appear as individuals and were busy with
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    • inconspicuous beetle or worm, as about the greatest cosmic events.
    • great things.
    • great variety of shades of character we encounter two main qualities.
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    • inconspicuous beetle or worm, as about the greatest cosmic events.
    • great things.
    • great variety of shades of character we encounter two main qualities.
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    • disappearance of much that is still greatly to men's taste and
    • great spiritual battle between East and West, in which the true
    • scientific thought of today, so that he presents an ever greater
    • before one's life on earth has no very great value, but a
    • lively feeling for it is worth a great deal; it is something
    • of the greatest value to feel that what is in one as an adult has
    • situation mankind is in, have brought about the great crisis of the
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    • disappearance of much that is still greatly to men's taste and
    • great spiritual battle between East and West, in which the true
    • scientific thought of today, so that he presents an ever greater
    • before one's life on earth has no very great value, but a
    • lively feeling for it is worth a great deal; it is something
    • of the greatest value to feel that what is in one as an adult has
    • situation mankind is in, have brought about the great crisis of the
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    • knowledge. It has achieved a very great deal on its own ground, and
    • evades us like a dream; its great and far-reaching conceptions slip
    • Guardian of the Threshold, we have the greatest trouble to bring to
    • only with the greatest difficulty can one lift them on to a higher
    • kind of experience one may have from the painting of a great artist.
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    • knowledge. It has achieved a very great deal on its own ground, and
    • evades us like a dream; its great and far-reaching conceptions slip
    • Guardian of the Threshold, we have the greatest trouble to bring to
    • only with the greatest difficulty can one lift them on to a higher
    • kind of experience one may have from the painting of a great artist.
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    • to each other. In this respect there is a great, difference between
    • to make friends. We must know a great deal about each other before
    • undertakings depended to the greatest possible extent upon personal
    • in their next incarnation. Sympathy and antipathy are the greatest
    • authority has become so great and so intensified that under its
    • There are, however, a great many people whose sincerity
    • These three things must be the great true ideals of the
    • THE SPIRITUAL WORLDS. These are the three great aims and impulses of
    • because the three great true ideals of human understanding,
    • way’ the place where he lives) “is in a far greater sense
    • should be the three great concrete Ideals of our fifth post-Atlantean
    • great ideals to direct the sciences. It will be for them to refine
    • penetrate and further the life of modern humanity to the greatest
    • the greatest tasks of our time. And our souls will then be filled
    • In this sense the three great concrete social ideals and
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    • to each other. In this respect there is a great, difference between
    • to make friends. We must know a great deal about each other before
    • undertakings depended to the greatest possible extent upon personal
    • in their next incarnation. Sympathy and antipathy are the greatest
    • authority has become so great and so intensified that under its
    • There are, however, a great many people whose sincerity
    • These three things must be the great true ideals of the
    • THE SPIRITUAL WORLDS. These are the three great aims and impulses of
    • because the three great true ideals of human understanding,
    • way’ the place where he lives) “is in a far greater sense
    • should be the three great concrete Ideals of our fifth post-Atlantean
    • great ideals to direct the sciences. It will be for them to refine
    • penetrate and further the life of modern humanity to the greatest
    • the greatest tasks of our time. And our souls will then be filled
    • In this sense the three great concrete social ideals and
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    • clear that there is a great difference between that and what the ascetic
    • through such practices. Nearly all of the earlier great religious
    • religious life make light of these things. They declare the great
    • spiritual world. The great religions have not been attained without
    • pain but rather through great suffering.
    • knowledge was originally attained through great pain and
    • often be accompanied by great pain, yet one is not ill. No doubt it is
    • made to overcome this pain of the soul, which becomes ever greater as one
    • of spiritual life out of which the great religions were born. The
    • great religious truths which fill our soul with awe, conveying as they
    • cannot be reached without painful inner experiences. The great truths do
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    • clear that there is a great difference between that and what the ascetic
    • through such practices. Nearly all of the earlier great religious
    • religious life make light of these things. They declare the great
    • spiritual world. The great religions have not been attained without
    • pain but rather through great suffering.
    • knowledge was originally attained through great pain and
    • often be accompanied by great pain, yet one is not ill. No doubt it is
    • made to overcome this pain of the soul, which becomes ever greater as one
    • of spiritual life out of which the great religions were born. The
    • great religious truths which fill our soul with awe, conveying as they
    • cannot be reached without painful inner experiences. The great truths do
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    • remind ourselves again and again what a great event in the evolution of
    • often drawn attention to the great difference in the development of the
    • of Christ Jesus on earth. There is a great deal to be learned from a
    • mean a very great deal for us; only it is necessary to realise that the
    • Paul saw what a great
    • or I might just as well say, if the event of Damascus was what a great
    • must ask: What is a festival such as that of Easter for the greater part
    • distinct unwillingness to take part in the great change that is so
    • inclination to examine into what it is that has brought such great
    • great significance in life today.
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    • remind ourselves again and again what a great event in the evolution of
    • often drawn attention to the great difference in the development of the
    • of Christ Jesus on earth. There is a great deal to be learned from a
    • mean a very great deal for us; only it is necessary to realise that the
    • Paul saw what a great
    • or I might just as well say, if the event of Damascus was what a great
    • must ask: What is a festival such as that of Easter for the greater part
    • distinct unwillingness to take part in the great change that is so
    • inclination to examine into what it is that has brought such great
    • great significance in life today.
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    • scientific researches and methods of the greatest exactitude.
    • anthroposophical convictions from one day to the next, they are greatly
    • of great blessing, and Dornach will not fail to work vigorously with
    • domain. My trouble after all, was not so great. But when I see all the
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    • consider well what a great difference it makes, whether you really stir
    • lose their influence. With these remedies especially, it makes a great
    • why not enthusiasm? Enthusiasm mediates; it can have a great effect.
    • Enthusiastic doctors of to-day can achieve great results. Precisely
    • great effects can be called forth. But if you begin to do it in an indifferent
    • to be great fun — this stirring; and you would no longer dream
    • It is very important, needless to say, and it makes a great difference
    • part have no great respect for these “harmful influences.”
    • — when the earth unfolds the greatest forces, the forces that
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    • might be greatly abused. Some limit ought surely to be set, to prevent
    • periods of Atlantean evolution, when a far greater misuse occurred,
    • into something. It has so great a radius of influence that it is quite
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    • greatly from frost.
    • the effects of frost. These effects always represent a great enhancement
    • that come to them with far greater difficulty than they did a few decades
    • the organism (the animal organism also, and the human to a still greater
    • of its taste) — you will do no great harm. If it is necessary
    • I should like to ask if it is not of great importance in what frame
    • of mind one approaches these matters? It makes a great difference whether
    • greater karmic effect than if in single instances you get rid of the
    • greatest abuse when human manure is used in the neighbourhood of Large
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    • farmer; he follows nature's dynamic play of forces with a greater
    • greater than those found in tests of soils from adjoining fields, one
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    • They set great store by the synthetic urea which is added as a concentrated
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    • these things existed. And the instincts frequently worked with great
    • in the life of the Earth. Nowadays we are wont to attach the greatest
    • constituents and is nevertheless of great importance for the life of
    • the outer Universe. The nearer we come to man, the greater this
    • into account is this. The greatest imaginable part is played in this
    • accustomed to call it, silicon plays the greatest imaginable part,
    • plant coniferous forests, where the Saturn-forces play so great a
    • and here they show their great significance. Alas! the life of people
    • Then the great riddles arise. Why, for example, is it impossible
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    • down into the soil by the greater or lesser limestone content
    • great difference between the warmth that is above the Earth's surface
    • Earth have the greatest longing to become crystalline, and the deeper
    • — then they are of the greatest importance; they ray out the
    • from the great Universe from all sides (Diagram
    • within the plant itself. Then it will not reveal itself to any great
    • speak, in very great excess, yet in such a way that it does not go
    • stand face to face with a great change, even in the inner being of
    • very great importance.
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    • of nitrogen's activity, has fallen into great confusion nowadays.
    • nevertheless it is of great importance; for it is along the paths of
    • great plastician. It does not only carry in itself its black
    • behold the Spirit-activity of the great Universe, moistening itself
    • By day we have great need of the oxygen, and by night too we need
    • of the greatest importance for agriculture. Nitrogen becomes the
    • eventually be led back again into the great Universe. It must be able
    • greater detail. This is the point where the Spiritual in our inner
    • shall perceive the great significance of the papilionaceae. It is no
    • foundations of these things. Otherwise the danger is very great that
    • greater distance from the Earth. See how they tend to colour their
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    • to the great cosmic relationships. This is most necessary nowadays.
    • the greater part of what we daily eat is not there to be received as
    • substantially. By far the greater part is there to give the body the
    • inner mobility, activity. The greater part of what man thus receives
    • this they may well be of great importance; but we are under an illusion
    • work it involves. The burden of work will really not be very great.
    • call it so, you will soon see how great a fertility can result from
    • great difficulty in doing so. Why should it not be possible to make
    • astonished when by some measure he gets great results for the moment
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    • growth. Hence it was of great value for us to recognise that the soil
    • into the great connections of Nature has been lost — as indeed
    • such conditions in the dung-substance itself. But there can be no great
    • connection? Great Nature does not leave us so mercilessly in the lurch
    • great intensity, precisely where living things are concerned. Now, however,
    • the entire process of plant growth. Yarrow is always the greatest boon,
    • to a greater distance and through Large masses. But the question remains:
    • the great and wide circles of life — the macrocosmic, not the
    • Truly it is the greatest benefactor of plant growth in general, and
    • is in the human organism. The stinging nettle is the greatest boon.
    • of great benefit to grow stinging nettles in this district. However,
    • We can attain the greatest perfection in the description of disease,
    • histological or microscopic diagnosis, but from the great universal
    • of plants. In reality, it is of the greatest significance.
    • And the nitrogen which is formed in this way is of the greatest benefit
    • — transmuted into a substance of great importance, which, however,
    • In whatever district it grows, it is the greatest boon; for it mediates
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    • to one's student days. Thus I endeavoured, though with no great
    • as weeds — are greatly influenced by the workings of the Moon.
    • its cue from great Nature.
    • reproduce themselves and increase greatly.
    • our reckoning upon this great force of dispersal (while pointing out
    • is saturated with water, and with greater difficulty when the earth
    • not only out of what the Earth provides. Nature is a great totality;
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    • humanity has no idea how greatly farming and forestry
    • it becomes too great. If the soil is tending to become too strongly
    • greatest value to the earth — are none other than the earth-worms.
    • For in great Nature — again and again I must say it — everything,
    • this give and take, and you perceive once more what played so great
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    • to be taken are thus transformed into great complication.
    • look it all up. But the results will not be very great, for it may easily
    • of the tomato by man is of great significance. (And it can well be extended
    • It is, in fact, of great significance for all that in the body,
    • the liver of all Organs works with the greatest relative independence
    • from mouth to mouth. It has done us much harm. It makes a great difference,
    • as a piece of real hard work, work which is tending to great and fruitful
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    • that there lived in Wagner a great deal more than he
    • great deal more is to be found in Wagner than is generally
    • to the works of a great artist.”
    • made an intensive study of man and his place in the great
    • to him in a new way. In 1857 the great ideal contained in
    • understand a great revolutionary change that took place
    • understand the Great Mystery of Golgotha, which is the
    • greatness as an artist. We must not think of him merely as
    • great process of initiation in a drama. There is, however,
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    • that there lived in Wagner a great deal more than he
    • great deal more is to be found in Wagner than is generally
    • to the works of a great artist.”
    • made an intensive study of man and his place in the great
    • to him in a new way. In 1857 the great ideal contained in
    • understand a great revolutionary change that took place
    • understand the Great Mystery of Golgotha, which is the
    • greatness as an artist. We must not think of him merely as
    • great process of initiation in a drama. There is, however,
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    • great Sacrifice of the Earth. The Spirits of Wisdom and Yahve, the
    • Christianity as religion of humanity is greater than all religions...
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    • elemental beings, and the working of the great planetary beings and the
    • of the chyle are also influenced greatly by the soul conditions, but
    • to a greater control over his astral body and his etheric body as he
    • of the means by which the great spiritual guidance of the earth distributes
    • when the human body is being built up, the liver occupies the greatest
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    • elemental beings, and the working of the great planetary beings and the
    • brought into being. Even at its greatest density this Saturn was not
    • long and greatly differing periods of evolution; the forces working
    • existence it has had upon it three great races: the first, the Polarian
    • be when his sevenfold being has fully developed. But in the great cosmic
    • universe. This is the Being Who has the power to make the great sacrifice
    • Aries and thus He becomes Himself the “Great Sacrifice,”
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    • elemental beings, and the working of the great planetary beings and the
    • keep up. In the world-conception of theosophy you have the great illuminating
    • kind of great primordial nebula, as our physical science describes.
    • Only we must think of this primordial mist as immense, far greater than
    • who had by no means attained the great age of the beings who, though
    • clairvoyance — the teachers of the great Mysteries of ancient
    • the teachers of the great masses of mankind, so did the beings of Mercury
    • besides that had to be the great schoolmasters of the great initiates.
    • continuation of merely materialistic science would do great harm to
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    • elemental beings, and the working of the great planetary beings and the
    • form a blackberry. In this way the Saturn-globe was a great berry made
    • capable of the greatest deed, namely, to lay aside their etheric body
    • 1.) This was of great significance and produced an important result;
    • greater and greater, and that this new structure, which has been gradually
    • acquired a greater fall, in order to construct a dam in the water at
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    • elemental beings, and the working of the great planetary beings and the
    • great Sacrifice of the Earth. The Spirits of Wisdom and Yahve, the
    • Christianity as religion of humanity is greater than all religions...
    • the great age attributed to the Patriarchs, to Adam and the succeeding
    • was not a smaller one but embraced immensely great groups — that
    • a great number of them, chose the sun as their theatre. Only the Being
    • and Mercury beings, have been the great teachers of humanity in the
    • Great Sacrifice of the Earth” or the “Mystical Lamb.”
    • into a Kingdom of Love. If we would characterize the great ideal that
    • was the Word.” With this was given one of the greatest advances
    • Christianity is greater than all religion! That is Rosicrucian wisdom.
    • is still greater than the religious principle itself. When the outer
    • to live without Christianity, for Christianity is greater than all religion.
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    • beings of the great epochs and also of the Spirits of the “meanings
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    • elemental beings, and the working of the great planetary beings and the
    • spirits. To call them elemental spirits shows the greatest possible
    • own bodily nature they become larger. Even when they reach their greatest
    • lead? It leads to a man who sits at the wayside when a great Leader
    • who listen to the great Leader of humanity. They will preserve the soul
    • great store by mankind may say: “What strides humanity has made
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    • elemental beings, and the working of the great planetary beings and the
    • will also have come when a fairly great number of representatives of
    • super-sensible worlds offers a wonderful answer to the great riddle of
    • existence. These things are of great importance from yet another side.
    • group souls, and such knowledge will play a great role even in the purely
    • great change since that time, namely, the alternation of waking and
    • the great-grandfather, were as much an object of memory as a man's
    • in various groups if only externally. To a much greater extent than
    • for the son to do what the father did. Then came the time of the great
    • great truth, the great law, will be realized that the most individual
    • in large numbers. To a great extent they owe their existence to a process
    • A great part of the bird world is severed portions of such evolving
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    • more complicated the further we go into the connections with great cosmic
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    • elemental beings, and the working of the great planetary beings and the
    • of the impressions from the din and rattle of a great city — these
    • belonging to the great times of art when there was still a strong feeling
    • less so in more recent ones. However greatly one may esteem Bocklin,
    • living form what nature has offered him. The greater understanding possessed
    • relationships of the great spiritual universe. Goethe too pointed to
    • that is to appear in ever greater perfection in future incarnations,
    • handling of the orchestra Richard Wagner sought to create that great
    • into one great stream, we see this feeling live in the artist who sought
    • him from past ages. And a divining of that great human impulse of uniting
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    • in the central point, the other finding great
    • earth at the end of the 19th century. The great crisis
    • was an age of great trial and probation. The word of
    • The time of the great crisis. The Michael impulses are
    • fraught with great decisions. Human beings who in the
    • hand in civilisation have become ever greater and
    • greater. A diminution or diversion of consciousness in a
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    • after, this conflict was felt with great intensity. You may
    • notably among the greatest thinkers, — this anxiety
    • people. No great man of the 13th or 14th century could have
    • A man of today can think the greatest nonsense — he
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    • behold as a great tableau of our life contains, in
    • contrast-of-light so great as it is to-day, in the realm of
    • last third of the 19th century have the greatest imaginable
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    • the great universe if we would turn our soul's gaze to
    • the stars of the great universe are saying about the life
    • dwell for a moment on the great vistas that are opened up
    • once described here as a great cult or act of ritual was
    • The great cosmic
    • great cosmic memory of Him. We must find our way back again
    • beings in the world. Then indeed great difficulties of life
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    • derives great comfort from the fact that it can be said in
    • different angle. To begin with they find great satisfaction
    • death they found themselves in a state of great uncertainty
    • not, they found themselves together again in that great
    • found themselves face to face with a great super-sensible
    • things, the great Sun-Mystery of Christ. These souls, as I
    • in a still greater uncertainty through the fact that all
    • concentrated into a great longing, that they might now at
    • great riddle of human earthly life was raised before him.
    • in his soul stirred up the same great riddle, the great
    • must naturally have recourse to the great Imaginations), my
    • thought a great deal about Christianity. Nor must you
    • greater degree of activity or passivity within the
    • life than by their thoughts. Thoughts indeed have no great
    • such great significance for man. So, for instance (needless
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    • physical body with great rapidity, though with the
    • death — the great fact of the Mystery of Golgotha;
    • I am here speaking, had been to a greater or lesser degree
    • upon a time the great Sun-Being was looked for in the
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    • on the other, which has evolved so greatly by our time,
    • and going on to the great turning point in the 14th and
    • flowed into a great poem in which it found as it were its
    • Great Ocean,” — but it was the Cosmic Ocean,
    • with the greatest imaginable difficulties. They were
    • Spirit. It was the great School of Chartres. Here there
    • Christ, and describing still how when great Nature has
    • example, the great Bernard of Chartres, who inspired his
    • greater than all the others, — who taught in
    • fired his pupils with a true enthusiasm. His great insight
    • standing at that moment under a great historic impression,
    • great and mighty revelation all that he had received as a
    • together with other souls, of great significance, who were
    • turning-point of the 14th and 15th century. We have a great
    • spiritual life before us, my dear friends. The last great
    • Aristotelianism down to earth, as the great transition to
    • Thus the great
    • so describe it, with the great spirits of Chartres, for
    • these in turn united with the great spirits of the School
    • great preparation in the first half of the 19th
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    • great part of the 19th century.
    • the great interest which was felt at the end of the 19th
    • Alexander the Great and Aristotle, we find ourselves once
    • Alexandria. It was a great cosmopolitan movement, seeking
    • that Christ, the great Spirit of the Sun, arrives among
    • cause them to understand the greatness of the stupendous
    • that such human beings as Alexander the Great, though in a
    • matters. Such a man as Alexander the Great regarded himself
    • great moment of decision. It came in such a way that
    • — for instance in the great School of Chartres,
    • world. The great conflict between Nominalism and Realism
    • the great teachers of Chartres. Among the greatest who at
    • spiritual world, — among the greatest of them was
    • manner, and of all that Alexander the Great had carried
    • powers grew ever greater, striving to wrest the Cosmic
    • great and mighty, divine-spiritual workings reveal
    • head-organization. Once again a great event had taken
    • great super-sensible School from the 15th century onward,
    • all! The great teachers of Chartres took part. They, as you
    • School of Michael, and we have the great Imaginative ritual
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    • himself was the great Teacher in that School. Numbers of
    • essence of Intelligence that is spread out over the great
    • Ages there was a great conflict between the leading men of
    • that man is faced with Maya, with the great illusion,
    • to see how Michael stands there as the greatest opponent in
    • bore deep within them the impulse of greatness to soar
    • was an age of great trial and probation. Plato, after all,
    • Ahriman. On Monday last I characterised this great
    • great contrast between Ahriman and Michael. For Michael is
    • great super-sensible School of which I spoke last Monday. We
    • great School of Chartres, and others. But we can speak of
    • century is almost like an earthly reflection of the great
    • greatness that is contained in it. He will only see A, B,
    • that man must find once more the power to read in the great
    • Book of Nature. The great Book of Nature will be opened
    • Moreover the great majority of them belonged to the hosts
    • beginning of the 19th century in the great Imaginative
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    • impulses — and this is of great importance for the
    • dominion of Michael, the great battle of Michael and all
    • the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries, and in the great
    • among all the spirits who partake in these things, great
    • great clarity and definition. In those years it was by no
    • greater significance than in the case of any other
    • living, once and for all, in a time of great, immense
    • great decisions. Either it is a question of the dissolving
    • for the one who is outside it. And these are great
    • is really a time of great decisions, for, if we may
    • avoided by it. This indeed is the time of great decisions
    • — the great crisis to which the sacred books of all
    • impulses: they are fraught with great decisions, and they
    • surely. Now this also is among the great decisions of
    • way will have great karmic significance, both for the one
    • Angeloi that we first perceive how this great separation is
    • things that Michael must undertake to achieve his great
    • greatness of it be only in a spatial sense. Try to make
    • civilisation have become ever greater and greater. Needless
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    • the greatest importance, that the Spiritual plays a deep
    • inner vision a greater number of possibilities.
    • large the number of possibilities becomes; far, far greater
    • when we come to consider the great gifts and noble
    • time of great decisions do not find their way to the
    • incarnation. Great as their qualities may be, they will
    • far greater part in our time than is generally thought. The
    • before our souls. Ahriman is a great and outstanding
    • greater detail.
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    • able to hint at the great significance which these things
    • administers what was mine before.’ This is the great
    • great crisis was accomplished: the Cosmic Intelligence came
    • sway in the great process of mankind's evolution.
    • In that great School in the beginning of the 15th century
    • concerned in what they think. This indeed was the great
    • greatest possible faithfulness to the sphere of Michael.
    • is such a man on earth. He has great human talent, human
    • of recent times, one of the greatest authors — a very
    • intelligent works indeed. I have spoken of the great and
    • all-embracing Intelligence of Ahriman. For greatness,
    • know the greatness there can be in Ahriman. We do not blame
    • how great the strivings are in this direction, then too one
    • is the greatest curse of mankind.’ — Thus ends
    • of the great and universal truth that lies inherent in the
    • something of the great and far-reaching significance of
    • yourselves: Those who out of these great decisions feel in
    • when at the culminating point the greatest possible
    • carry in our souls thoughts of a great and far-reaching
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    • great figures of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle. With these
    • great figure of Aristotle, who lived centuries before the
    • have to consider the great cosmic Christ thoughts, but only
    • who represented Christianity with a certain greatness. We
    • Darwinism. And the greatness of the idea in Darwinism
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    • contemporary concepts. But we can approach that greatest of
    • greatly have they been misunderstood over the ages! And
    • great benefactor of humanity, who however was seduced by
    • In great
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    • great hopes for him and hung on his words. Nevertheless, he
    • same time great ideas, meaningful moral impulses arose in
    • that great spirit, that powerful spirit which came to
    • with great effort: clairvoyant power. He experienced in
    • But the teachings and life of the Essenes made a great
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    • entered into his soul he felt only the great richness of
    • know that a great change had taken place in his soul during
    • great capacity for feeling — an angelic, gentle
    • and often spoke with him about all the beautiful and great
    • reminded him of the renewal of the great teachings and wise
    • a great teacher had recently been more or less ignored. For
    • accomplished great things through gentleness and love.
    • experienced that great Zarathustra impulse. All the
    • beautiful and great of the ancient Sun-Teaching arose in
    • greatness of the Mithras worship lived in his soul with
    • with his mother about the greatness and glory of paganism
    • united and contained everything which was once great
    • described the beauty, the greatness and the glory of the
    • others in order to be happy themselves. Those words greatly
    • when they do. There is a man who has won great respect
    • are greatly respected nowadays. It is difficult today to be
    • such volumes are written, for that is how one gains great
    • what previously existed. And such literature is greatly
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    • presently constituted will evolve and change through the great
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    • and of sounds during the twentieth century is greater than at any other
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    • admonish, instruct, strengthen, and inspire us in the great battle against
    • mentioned here. This great culmination of egotism known as the war of
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    • its exoteric form — appropriate for the great masses — which
    • that the writer of the Apocalypse had, the great seer of Patmos, who
    • connection with these great beings of the firmament. They perceived
    • from ours. Great, tumultuous catastrophes will precede it, for the sixth
    • transformation can only occur through great, physical upheavals. Everything
    • seven great epochs. We see the laws of evolution slowly unfolding. Human
    • the exercise of their free will and through a great exertion of their
    • the mark of the seven great phases of earth evolution. The book of the
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    • its exoteric form — appropriate for the great masses — which
    • that the writer of the Apocalypse had, the great seer of Patmos, who
    • connection with these great beings of the firmament. They perceived
    • from ours. Great, tumultuous catastrophes will precede it, for the sixth
    • transformation can only occur through great, physical upheavals. Everything
    • seven great epochs. We see the laws of evolution slowly unfolding. Human
    • the exercise of their free will and through a great exertion of their
    • the mark of the seven great phases of earth evolution. The book of the
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    • authority of the first beast ... And it causes all, both small and great,
    • 13:13 And he doeth great wonders, so that he maketh fire come down from heaven on the earth in the sight of men, \
    • 13:16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: \
    • great flood on earth. The Lemurian age preceded it. If we go even further
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    • characteristics appear wherever the lives of the great apostles of
    • was said concerning what the very greatest heroes of humankind experienced
    • of the great initiates.
    • fulfilled. This one time only experience of Christ represents the greatest
    • great Atlantean flood and then further back we do not find the I in a body
    • the greatest possible individualization of the human being, the freedom
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    • acquire an attitude that seeks, above all, to see what speaks of greatness
    • in a human being. Then, in comparison to this greatness, all the little
    • faults that incite criticism must fade away. Just as with other great
    • from her. But the great things she has accomplished will remain.
    • He, too, has left the physical plane, he who stood there as the great
    • who finds the key to what is great in these works will come to admire
    • that what is therein expressed could only have come from the great
    • a distorting mirror, are truly great.
    • through their devotion, is making a great sacrifice for the world. All
    • renderings of the great truths are distortions. If someone wanted to
    • the truth as I can. This sacrifice is much greater than a moral sacrifice,
    • a martyr among the great martyrs for the truth. This is how we consider
    • a great sign appeared in heaven ...”
    • with signs representing the great phases of the evolution of humanity.
    • the path to that great point in time, they must have something to hang
    • is directed to the Ephesians. They put great stock in the development
    • of the greatest spiritual documents. There are hardly any great spiritual
    • Atlantis was the age in which seven great races developed one after
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    • (11:11 And after three days and an half the Spirit of life from God entered into them, and they stood upon their feet; and greatRev. 11:10,11)
    • leads to the great work of the brotherhood of humankind. The Theosophical
    • books that have been given to us by great individuals, only then are
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    • horns an opponent of Christianity as great as Nero. When the descriptions
    • age. It is much greater than our explanations and will find even higher,
    • The greatest element of
    • great main epoch.
    • take place in the sixth great main epoch can be seen ahead of time in
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    • fourth in our great post-Atlantean epoch. In spiritual science we calculate
    • we finally arrive back at the time of the great Atlantean culture which
    • is reported to us by all ancient religious writings. Before the great
    • There were great mystery
    • the great teachers of the mysteries. They taught in these Atlantean
    • Saturn, and Moon oracles. However, the greatest and loftiest was the
    • the other oracles and watch over them. The great sun initiate of the
    • a sunrise over the great post-Atlantean culture, they developed the
    • They were led by the great
    • the greatest initiates of the Atlantean oracle were incorporated into
    • blessing and healing of humankind. The great sun initiate preserved
    • the etheric bodies of the seven great Atlantean initiates as spiritual
    • the etheric bodies of the greatest initiates of ancient Atlantis. Through
    • many generations the great sun initiate exercised his educational skills
    • was inspired by higher powers. They were then sent by the great sun
    • Zarathustra. He was himself an initiated student of the great sun initiate,
    • who stood behind the Rishis. Because of this he could proclaim the great
    • Mazdao. We see here how the great teachers of humanity guided the evolution
    • with God was still too great. The Persians, on the other hand, were
    • they had to receive the teaching concerning the great Ahura Mazdao,
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    • usefulness in the ascent of the entire human race. However, the great war
    • of the earth that have developed this egotism to the greatest extent.
    • of black magic in the ancient Indian culture. We find the greatest misuse
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    • the followers of the great Zarathustra who have recorded their wisdom in
    • the great Zarathustra admonished the people to work with the earth but
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    • world. It had its greatest blossoming in the beauty of Greek art.
    • the fifth age with a science of the external world that began its great
    • hardened bodies will make the greatest discoveries and inventions. In
    • the three great Greek writers of Greek tragedy. Quote comes from
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    • were in equal measure greater at that time. The Lemurians, who lived
    • in viscous bodies in ancient times, had powers of soul much greater than
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    • cultures had the task of reflecting in human souls the great cosmic
    • the great Atlantean initiates were preserved for the seven holy Rishis;
    • the sixth and seventh centuries onward, great proclaimers of Christianity
    • The great Irish missionaries.
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    • great deal in terms of external physical martyrdom. But things are coming
    • was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth ...”
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    • earth's enduring great tremors and earthquakes as the result of
    • 12:3 And there appeared another wonder in heaven; and behold a great red dragon, having seven heads and ten horns, and seven crowns upon his heads. \
    • 12:9 And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him. \
    • 12:12 Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time. \
    • 12:14 And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent. \
    • 13:2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority. \
    • 13:5 And there was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies; and power was given unto him to continue forty and two months. \
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    • 12:9 And the great dragon was cast out, that old serpent, called the Devil, and Satan, which deceiveth the whole world: he was cast out into the earth, and his angels were cast out with him. \
    • 12:12 Therefore rejoice, ye heavens, and ye that dwell in them. Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time. \
    • 12:14 And to the woman were given two wings of a great eagle, that she might fly into the wilderness, into her place, where she is nourished for a time, and times, and half a time, from the face of the serpent. \
    • 13:2 And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority. \
    • 13:5 And there was given unto him a mouth speaking great things and blasphemies; and power was given unto him to continue forty and two months. \
    • unite with the sun. On this Jupiter-Earth all the great cultural ages
    • 17:5 And upon her forehead was a name written, MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH. \
    • 17:6 And I saw the woman drunken with the blood of the saints, and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus: and when I saw her, I wondered with great admiration. \
    • 17:18 And the woman which thou sawest is that great city, which reigneth over the kings of the earth. \
    • 18:1 And after these things I saw another angel come down from heaven, having great power; and the earth was lightened with his glory. \
    • 18:2 And he cried mightily with a strong voice, saying, Babylon the great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird. \
    • 18:10 Standing afar off for the fear of her torment, saying, Alas, alas that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come. \
    • 18:16 And saying, Alas, alas, that great city, that was clothed in fine linen, and purple, and scarlet, and decked with gold, and precious stones, and pearls! \
    • 18:17 For in one hour so great riches is come to nought. And every shipmaster, and all the company in ships, and sailors, and as many as trade by sea, stood afar off, \
    • 18:18 And cried when they saw the smoke of her burning, saying, What city is like unto this great city! \
    • 18:19 And they cast dust on their heads, and cried, weeping and wailing, saying, Alas, alas, that great city, wherein were made rich all that had ships in the sea by reason of her costliness! for in one hour is she made desolate. \
    • 18:21 And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all. \
    • 18:23b for thy merchants were the great men of the earth; for by thy sorceries were all nations deceived. \
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    • Atlantean catastrophe and the great war of all against all has its own
    • The salvation of the “great whore of Babylon” will also occur
    • at various locations on the earth, great individualities are at work
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    • It was, so to speak, an important accompanying phenomenon to that great event
    • else, something that has still greater effect is developed when this inner
    • it acquired great wealth. And I have already described how the time came for
    • these external treasuries, which the Knights Templar amassed to greater and
    • greater extent, to be converted into temporal power. I have told you how,
    • account any less great and deep. We must not deceive ourselves as to pain and
    • intensity and strength with which it was at first lived out by the great
    • as well as the later death — have great significance in the whole
    • fallen into a great many errors.
    • able to develop the forces of freedom, that all human events, great and
    • as I have said, certain great minds were led by the inspiration that comes
    • imagine that a great poet, a really great poet who creates out of the
    • part unconsciously, nevertheless under inspiration — notable and great
    • materialism into its opposite, the point where the great thought of the
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    • It was, so to speak, an important accompanying phenomenon to that great event
    • else, something that has still greater effect is developed when this inner
    • it acquired great wealth. And I have already described how the time came for
    • these external treasuries, which the Knights Templar amassed to greater and
    • greater extent, to be converted into temporal power. I have told you how,
    • account any less great and deep. We must not deceive ourselves as to pain and
    • intensity and strength with which it was at first lived out by the great
    • as well as the later death — have great significance in the whole
    • fallen into a great many errors.
    • able to develop the forces of freedom, that all human events, great and
    • as I have said, certain great minds were led by the inspiration that comes
    • imagine that a great poet, a really great poet who creates out of the
    • part unconsciously, nevertheless under inspiration — notable and great
    • materialism into its opposite, the point where the great thought of the
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    • be found enclosed in organs affording the greatest protection against
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    • significant expression, the greatest and most important
    • and in this tissue there is a great number of tiny little granules
    • There results from this a great variety of content within the ego; it
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    • to the great outside world and to the life of man, to the circulation
    • of great value to us to be able to point to the fact that, if our
    • which we began our studies is expressed in even greater exactness. We
    • a very great deal in the world is, as a matter of fact, dependent
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    • much greater hindrance to the continuation of the spiritual
    • interaction may be a harmony. The system of the great outside world
    • great difference between this human blood, which has been prepared as
    • oppose each other under the greatest possible tension, just as two
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    • are absorbed in the greatest variety of ways.
    • may incorporate in the greatest variety of ways the substances taken
    • again are to a greater degree determined through the currents of the
    • organ-systems, with what they contain, are determined in the greatest
    • organism. It is, therefore, of far greater importance for them to be
    • resistances are to be found within the entire organism in a great
    • to the great world as a whole. We might, to be sure, imagine also
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    • find, in the skin organs of secretion, glands of the greatest
    • great defect. It does, to be sure, correspond to the form of the
    • who would not look upon the human organism with the greatest
    • have gone through the greatest number of transformations, the
    • greatest number of stages, which must have begun with the lowest
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    • and structural parts of the human being participate in the greatest
    • influences that play a part in our environment in the great world. We
    • of the macrocosm, of the great world about us. Here in the stability
    • very greatest interest. For it will be for the first time possible in
    • does this to a greater degree than any of the other systems of
    • nowadays, to the great injury of humanity. We know, at the same time,
    • great extent this external skin-boundary is already forecast by the
    • processes in the greatest measure independently of the outer world.
    • irregularities in the greatest measure in our entire organism. And
    • Just as the blood-system manifests the greatest quickening of inner
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    • functions that a very great deal is needed. Whatever more is now to
    • adopted into the organism that what goes on in the great world or
    • stages of evolution, these stages differing very greatly among
    • themselves, and which are connected in the greatest possible variety
    • earthly, would bring the human organisation to a far greater
    • us, a great corpse, into indeterminate cosmic space; and there will
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    • of the real and the great problems of existence. So, although in a
    • spirit. You know what great efforts we Anthroposophists have made to
    • in the case of man; and it would be a great mistake to think of
    • comes to realise that truly it is by no mere chance that this great
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    • the main lines, so to say, after they had exercised their great
    • have today. To avoid too great a shock, let us take it step by step.
    • everything fits together into one great system, even for our
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    • question of how to progress further and into greater detail. For
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    • greater ability than was theirs during the preliminary stages. To
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    • make a great mistake if he were straightway to think that what he
    • impressions of them. Then, when after his great sorrow his
    • as an external phenomenon in astral space. It would be a very great
    • greater error if in these early stages by some means or other it were
    • inspirations from outside. That is the greatest error into which one
    • for anyone who begins to hear voices to cultivate the greatest
    • should always be received with the greatest caution. It is a kind of
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    • will be to show with still greater precision the point of time at
    • will remember what great importance I attached to two significant
    • about that the great majority of human souls had to relinquish their
    • union with the earth. Here we come to something of great importance
    • itself withdrawn from the earth. This brought about great changes in
    • great variety in earthly incarnations. Those of you who are familiar
    • “day” of creation: And God made two great lights; the
    • greater light to rule the day, and the lesser light to rule the
    • whole series of events are the great benefactors of man. Who were
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    • still remained above in the great reservoir of the spirit did not
    • great difference between a true theory of evolution and a fancy one.
    • and with them the feeling of the great responsibility incurred in
    • about the great goal of their activity, which we call man. Let us
    • contemplation of the great truths of Genesis ought to point us to the
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    • health and a sound development of soul-life, a very great deal
    • and it shows us the great importance of a continuous memory if the
    • great tableau in which we simultaneously survey all the organic
    • greater detail in the books mentioned. If we develop within us an
    • thoughts. A great effort must be made to forget them. This is a
    • of thinking, which differs so greatly from the combining and the
    • which presents far greater difficulties.
    • greater than those which we generally use in our external life, which
    • times, even as through science to a great extent doubts have arisen
    • my Threefold State the attempt has been made to face the great social
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    • health and a sound development of soul-life, a very great deal
    • and it shows us the great importance of a continuous memory if the
    • great tableau in which we simultaneously survey all the organic
    • greater detail in the books mentioned. If we develop within us an
    • thoughts. A great effort must be made to forget them. This is a
    • of thinking, which differs so greatly from the combining and the
    • which presents far greater difficulties.
    • greater than those which we generally use in our external life, which
    • times, even as through science to a great extent doubts have arisen
    • my Threefold State the attempt has been made to face the great social
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    • great significance in every realm of human endeavor and investigation
    • greater significance in the realm of spiritual investigation. A
    • have different reasons for denying this spiritual world, but a great
    • just characterized. As great, as powerful in soul experiences, as
    • however, is by far the greatest part of the spiritual world, and the
    • must appear to provide verification. In this way the greatest
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    • great significance in every realm of human endeavor and investigation
    • greater significance in the realm of spiritual investigation. A
    • have different reasons for denying this spiritual world, but a great
    • just characterized. As great, as powerful in soul experiences, as
    • however, is by far the greatest part of the spiritual world, and the
    • must appear to provide verification. In this way the greatest
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    • vaguely exalted religious response to great powers of the universe;
    • think greatly influenced the course of our Middle European
    • become a ‘waste land’, the great, the overwhelming need
    • necessities of existence. However great our personal inclination for
    • great may be the authority which it enjoys, is like a tree that has
    • symbolical presentations of great spiritual impulses. To those who
    • the greatest wonders of Nature, she is an archetypal form which
    • capacities we tackle such a great work as this
    • The Great Initiates,
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    • goes into Greek mythology, the greater is one's respect,
    • me is under the control of the great Demeter. But Demeter sends these
    • looked up to the great Demeter, and in ancient Greece man was still
    • governed by Pluto, obtained a greater and greater influence on the
    • microcosm, an expression of the macrocosm, the great cosmos. As
    • to himself: ‘I gaze upwards to the great Demeter, and whenever
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • of the Greek gods. That will be the greatest event for the future
    • etheric world which is to come. That is the greatest event of the
    • Herein lies the great
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    • glimpse, how it throws light upon those great figures and images and
    • look into the macrocosm, into the great world; the macrocosm gives
    • occult investigation in this direction is being pursued with greater
    • this script means to read the signs of the great world-wonders, which
    • guide us into the great world-secrets. Thereby we gradually acquire a
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    • the position of the three great gods, Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto in
    • were asked who were their great leaders they answered, ‘the
    • great leaders of civilisation were actually men (I am not now
    • which we still get a faint echo in the Vedas, we come to the great
    • Beings who, of all superhuman Beings, had the greatest need
    • the greatest independence and freedom; for they were hoping to attain
    • anew in human evolution, having meanwhile reached a greater degree of
    • voice of the Holy Rishis will come to pass in great glory and
    • great spiritual Beings who lead humanity forwards, whether as Angels,
    • spirituality with the greatest intensity could not become incarnated
    • of whose full greatness we can only be dimly aware. These stronger
    • That is the great
    • he detected the great longing which reaches out as a living bridge
    • distinguish these two things, then the greatest truth will throw
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    • reached their full development upon the Moon. That is the great
    • Jahve. Those were the two great poles of civilisation in the
    • over the whole macrocosm, every soul is there within the great
    • incarnations. It would be a great mistake to overlook a single word
    • particularly in this monologue it would be a great mistake not to
    • our hearts beat for the spiritual world and for its great ideals,
    • the younger Dionysos who made that great journey, his soul has
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    • our own body is just like that of other men. Thus there is a great
    • Dionysos had to participate in the great Illusion, in maya.
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    • consciousness of it, something of great significance. This physical
    • all ages there have been great teachers of mankind who have remained unseen,
    • normal consciousness, to look upon the great Teacher. The aspirants
    • looked upon the great Teacher, who was not yet visible when they
    • need only recall that a great number of wise sayings are attributed
    • or illusion. Then we are told something which made a great impression
    • super-sensible world, and the maya, the great illusion, of
    • — emerged as Plato, the second great teacher of Greece, the
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    • able to bring to adequate expression the great wonders of the world.
    • that a man has to make great efforts to endure certain pieces of
    • ignorance, as man's greatest sin. He learns to acknowledge that
    • greater, until it will at length really be able to fulfil its
    • to bring these two currents into harmony great strength of soul is
    • brought upon yourself.’ Many men have a great longing to make
    • organs have reached the point of greatest densification in earthly
    • well see that there must be a great difference between these two
    • great Earth-sacrifice we can speak of a Sun-sacrifice in that a
    • Zarathustra's great merit to recognise ‘In the sun in the
    • great deed on Golgotha during the old Sun evolution, was first shown
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    • intended to represent the great riddle of human evolution, then you
    • Mysteries, who had to wrestle with the great riddle of the Sphinx.
    • pictorial image, one of the great symbols which have come down to us
    • the human being, will encompass him to a greater and greater extent,
    • Aura or Ahura Mazdao — the great wisdom-filled Spirit,
    • the great wisdom, the great aura. And then what up to that time had
    • even the history of civilisation will still be greatly enriched by
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    • turn. The great arrogance of our age which maintains that mythology
    • abstractions will not succeed in feeling this great impoverishment as
    • into our own soul-depths we feel ourselves to an ever greater extent
    • confronts the great danger of falling into immeasurable
    • great stumbling-block to an understanding of Spiritual Science. The
    • that important dissertation on the speech-centre which the great
    • right side. Are we not driven to say that it is the greatest possible
    • greater length about characteristic examples of this kind you would
    • look to; I am referring to the great macrocosmic Christ Impulse. We
    • the great illusion, she feels that within this maya there
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    • a manifestation of spirit, and the scene of a great spiritual conflict
    • The earth is full of thy riches; so is the great and wide sea also.”
    • Abraham is treated at greater length by Rudolf Steiner in the third
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    • the great difficulty of reconciling the Incarnation accounts in St.
    • Gospels. It is a mystery of great importance, which can only be apprehended
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    • here is of the greatest importance and must be clearly understood.
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    • as the greatest book in the world, inasmuch as it will be seen to contain
    • the great principle of human evolution he had thereby discovered. This
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    • Him — is so great, so all-embracing, so mighty, that there can
    • of the greatest of all world-problems. Reverence, veneration — these
    • the greatest problem of life, one should try not to place too high a
    • of describing more than a single aspect of this great, overwhelming
    • greater than anything that could be conveyed in the lectures on the
    • greatest imaginable self-surrender, is the very fount of Compassion and
    • how the greatest sacrifices spring from love for some being or cause;
    • — But so great was the mother's love that she could not bring
    • is capable of deeds of untold greatness. The significance of the Love
    • with the Gospel of St. John we may speak of great, transcendental
    • two attributes because in Christ-Jesus the greatest of all riddles stands
    • great ever to allow us to imagine that thereby we have already grasped
    • in St. Mark's Gospel. The misunderstandings would be even greater than
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    • to human history. This is a direct indication that this greatest of all
    • treatment, and that great harm can easily be done to the cause of Spiritual
    • should be made with great caution; nor is it too much to expect everyone
    • we are shown how the two great pre-Christian streams of spiritual life
    • into the great Christian stream of spiritual life on the earth. The
    • more clearly the fact that an Individuality as great as Zarathustra
    • if it was to provide the body for a being as great as Zarathustra. If
    • of the ancient Persian people, this great being had been developing
    • had to be provided from a racial stock whose greatness was commensurate
    • have entailed great divine-spiritual labour, in order to produce a human
    • ocean, but regarded all this as a great Illusion, as “Maya”,
    • This signifies something of the greatest profundity. The human corporality
    • the Babylonians a great Teacher from the East was working there, with
    • in the regions whither the Hebrews were led. Some of the greatest of
    • they were following their great Teacher, Zarathustra, on his way to
    • recognised that in the destiny of every great Individuality charged
    • individual with the greatest possible power. Both these principles must
    • We see how these great Leaders, Buddha and Zarathustra, desired to bring
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    • life converged, in order, eventually, in the great Christian stream,
    • modern age. That is why in a spiritual movement such as ours the greatest
    • place to make it possible for mankind to be prepared for that great
    • intermingling of blood, conditions which in earlier times had great
    • in great strength. As the Bible tells, the choice was made between the
    • mankind was drawing near. The last great Nazarene lived at the time of
    • the Baptism of John were able to say: A great and momentous event has come
    • ‘stone mountain’, the great stone. One might say that Moses
    • received the revelation of the Law from the ‘great stone’
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    • lessons have been learnt from the great events that have occurred;
    • Science, to the great social and judicial problems of the people in
    • One great advantage to us in that
    • great demands on humanity.
    • this for two reasons: First because it would have been of great
    • dream-life. We may say: Historical becoming is a great dream of
    • in the great questions of the world as one coherent whole has
    • the greatest republic, wants to lay down the law to mankind. If we
    • feeling for a great drawing together of mankind, for ideas having
    • meant. Jung brings forward an example cited by the greater number of
    • does everything with far greater certainty if the consciousness has
    • We see from this what great enigmatic
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    • needle is sought in the great universe. Yet this is not done in other
    • in the entire cosmos, not in the hen. Exactly as the great universe
    • great. If, however, facts were approached with the practical
    • outer physical view, but stands in a tremendously great relationship.
    • was a great leaning towards ‘sanatoria,’ great measures
    • directed to that. The great cosmic laws have provided that man as a
    • his greatness in the universe is due to that very fact, and we must
    • not intended personally. A great proportion of the opposition to
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    • we were always able to illumine with ideas what we dream (the greater
    • young have a very great deal to do with all connected with
    • one who does not care. There is a great difference whether I talk
    • suited for an old one. It is of far greater importance for the
    • — a great philosopher by favour of his publisher, but at the
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    • a great many hindrances to finding this common ground. The first
    • great atomic world behind physical reality; but if we wish to speak
    • great demand on our age. Nevertheless, it is said, because we are
    • the great demands of our time. I have tried this winter, and many
    • wholly unjustifiable estimate of the great Athenian. The
    • life; in Jesus, too, I see the greatest bearer of ideas who has at
    • is not a great man; but if this were applied to much greater men,
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    • the same way. In this connection the great number of seed-forces that
    • man's life is seventy to ninety years but that by far the greater
    • this will call our attention to the fact that there is a great deal
    • she ran before the horse. All this could be arranged with great
    • so clever; but the lower had this cunning which is greatly enhanced
    • able to plan with great subtlety.
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    • feeling can greatly increase, it can develop an intimate perception
    • think ‘easily.’ Anyone who makes a greater effort with
    • the ‘great silence’ would commence.
    • is a great help towards the inspiration which such a thought can
  • Title: Earthly Death/Cosmic Life: Lecture 7: Confidence in Life and Rejuvenation of the Soul: A Bridge to the Dead
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    • sorrowful experiences, but in the greater life relations these
    • age. A great deal depends upon this. If man is to take his right
    • certain additional organs of still greater significance; this
    • by those who hold Kant as a great philosopher. That is due to the
    • much thought-force to understand Kant. As he was to them the greatest
    • the greatest geniuses!) they can understand none of the others. It is
    • by them as a great philosopher. With this is connected the fact
    • and youth our head organism can absorb a great deal, therefore
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    • science must not concern itself solely with the great riddles of
    • with great potential which, however, he was unable to develop because
    • science speaks of how human beings strive after ever greater
    • initiate great and noble deeds. Therefore nothing could be worse for
    • the artist is able to mould life and form into his great works, so is
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    • science must not concern itself solely with the great riddles of
    • with great potential which, however, he was unable to develop because
    • science speaks of how human beings strive after ever greater
    • initiate great and noble deeds. Therefore nothing could be worse for
    • the artist is able to mould life and form into his great works, so is
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    • science, but which sheds great light on the mystery of man's being.
    • days man was still to a great extent united with nature; he did not
    • is already responsible for the great progress made in natural
    • scientific thinking. However great Plato and Aristotle were, they did
    • spiritual scientist sees this as the greatest event that has ever
    • strong to an ever greater and greater degree.
    • Nazareth,’ a person no greater than a somewhat more
    • this Impulse, which is the greatest and most powerful Impulse in the
    • knowledge in order to show mankind the greatest Event of human
    • disharmonious to an ever greater degree — because the
    • evolution into the age of great and outstanding perceptions of an
    • which had its beginnings in the Great Age of Germany. Then what is
    • greatest need.
    • shall acquire great respect for their intellectual
    • ours that has such a great heritage, to tread the path to the spirit
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    • science, but which sheds great light on the mystery of man's being.
    • days man was still to a great extent united with nature; he did not
    • is already responsible for the great progress made in natural
    • scientific thinking. However great Plato and Aristotle were, they did
    • spiritual scientist sees this as the greatest event that has ever
    • strong to an ever greater and greater degree.
    • Nazareth,’ a person no greater than a somewhat more
    • this Impulse, which is the greatest and most powerful Impulse in the
    • knowledge in order to show mankind the greatest Event of human
    • disharmonious to an ever greater degree — because the
    • evolution into the age of great and outstanding perceptions of an
    • which had its beginnings in the Great Age of Germany. Then what is
    • greatest need.
    • shall acquire great respect for their intellectual
    • ours that has such a great heritage, to tread the path to the spirit
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    • would have to speak at very great length. Each one of you can himself
    • seasons followed by profound instinct certain great laws regulating
    • nature of this mineral consciousness, this consciousness of the great
    • these physical senses, can at first know nothing of this great
    • greater, more all-embracing thoughts than we have. In truth, it is an
    • we must realise that 6,000 years before our era a great, a mighty
    • last great rays still illuminated the Gnostics, but of which only a
    • Year to the great cosmic New Year, from the New Year's Eve of our
    • that is about us in the outer world as a symbol of the great secrets
    • too has its year — the great cosmic year, of which Zarathustra
    • spoke long ago, explaining how the world passed on from one great
    • He meant the great cosmic years of which I have spoken to you to-day.
    • twelve thousand years) becomes a symbol of the great New Year's Eve
    • great as in small, and in small as in great. The small, the yearly
    • the great cosmic mysteries. Let our endeavour be, so to attune our
    • thought: I will accept the year as a symbol of the great cosmic year
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    • The Year as a Symbol of the Great Cosmic Year
    • would have to speak at very great length. Each one of you can himself
    • seasons followed by profound instinct certain great laws regulating
    • nature of this mineral consciousness, this consciousness of the great
    • these physical senses, can at first know nothing of this great
    • greater, more all-embracing thoughts than we have. In truth, it is an
    • we must realise that 6,000 years before our era a great, a mighty
    • last great rays still illuminated the Gnostics, but of which only a
    • Year to the great cosmic New Year, from the New Year's Eve of our
    • that is about us in the outer world as a symbol of the great secrets
    • too has its year — the great cosmic year, of which Zarathustra
    • spoke long ago, explaining how the world passed on from one great
    • He meant the great cosmic years of which I have spoken to you to-day.
    • twelve thousand years) becomes a symbol of the great New Year's Eve
    • great as in small, and in small as in great. The small, the yearly
    • the great cosmic mysteries. Let our endeavour be, so to attune our
    • thought: I will accept the year as a symbol of the great cosmic year
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    • of the secrets of existence connected with the great super-sensible
    • — and of the great cosmic New Year's Eve and New Year. It
    • few at least of our great and important duties be brought before our
    • great objective interests of the whole of humanity.
    • the great progress of external, material science. This has always
    • this, that the great progress made in the materialistic realms of
    • thinker — Mauthner, the great critic of language. Kant occupies
    • connection with the great cosmic mysteries beyond?’ So speaks a
    • tone to science; people laid the greatest value on the results of
    • develop interest in the great concerns of the whole of humanity. It
    • Science. We still often think that we understand the great interests
    • as if they were the greatest interests of mankind.
    • the great needs of humanity.
    • souls is that we may be enkindled and inspired by the great interests
    • within ourselves true interests in the great universal cause of
    • any great man in particular; I know that when such things are said
    • I can say, on the other hand, that they are great authorities of the
    • present day, that they are great men, — to show that they
    • branch. Even without being a great man, one can recognise the
    • careless thinking of great men, which has been so greatly enhanced
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    • of the secrets of existence connected with the great super-sensible
    • — and of the great cosmic New Year's Eve and New Year. It
    • few at least of our great and important duties be brought before our
    • great objective interests of the whole of humanity.
    • the great progress of external, material science. This has always
    • this, that the great progress made in the materialistic realms of
    • thinker — Mauthner, the great critic of language. Kant occupies
    • connection with the great cosmic mysteries beyond?’ So speaks a
    • tone to science; people laid the greatest value on the results of
    • develop interest in the great concerns of the whole of humanity. It
    • Science. We still often think that we understand the great interests
    • as if they were the greatest interests of mankind.
    • the great needs of humanity.
    • souls is that we may be enkindled and inspired by the great interests
    • within ourselves true interests in the great universal cause of
    • any great man in particular; I know that when such things are said
    • I can say, on the other hand, that they are great authorities of the
    • present day, that they are great men, — to show that they
    • branch. Even without being a great man, one can recognise the
    • careless thinking of great men, which has been so greatly enhanced
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    • such things, a great deal may be conjectured about the inner being of
    • over. Another great error in modern thought is to imagine that one
    • real understanding of the true greatness of oriental philosophy, for
    • that is great and holy in the oriental nature, he gains a knowledge
    • great are not possessed by the others, and we can understand these
    • and knows that this is necessary. If he discovers what is great and
    • of all the great philosophers who, having thought about Nature and
    • question as well. Nearly every great German Philosopher has been
    • Now here lies a great danger. Whereas the
    • Westerners, this is the great responsibility facing the West at the
    • danger, but also the great responsibility. The danger is that the
    • by assimilating all that is idealistic, great and beautiful in other
    • individual ‘man of flesh’ there is another man, greater
    • of greatness in Middle Europe, with the internationalism of
    • place in the great chorus of the peoples on the Earth that it
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    • such things, a great deal may be conjectured about the inner being of
    • over. Another great error in modern thought is to imagine that one
    • real understanding of the true greatness of oriental philosophy, for
    • that is great and holy in the oriental nature, he gains a knowledge
    • great are not possessed by the others, and we can understand these
    • and knows that this is necessary. If he discovers what is great and
    • of all the great philosophers who, having thought about Nature and
    • question as well. Nearly every great German Philosopher has been
    • Now here lies a great danger. Whereas the
    • Westerners, this is the great responsibility facing the West at the
    • danger, but also the great responsibility. The danger is that the
    • by assimilating all that is idealistic, great and beautiful in other
    • individual ‘man of flesh’ there is another man, greater
    • of greatness in Middle Europe, with the internationalism of
    • place in the great chorus of the peoples on the Earth that it
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    • and the great truths connected with that Event; they realise,
    • opened and as well as a great vista of past ages of the Earth
    • made one; he sees the Earth in future time as a great
    • experiences associated with the greatest event in his life
    • epoch there were great Teachers who were also the Leaders of
    • great Gods.
    • Thus did the great Atlantean Initiates speak to their pupils
    • birth to a God, to the great God of the future — such was the
    • of Atlantis saw into the future, foresaw the great events of
    • the future. Their vision reached beyond the time of the great
    • the great post-Atlantean civilisations arose, beginning with
    • The great Teachers in
    • the great Spirit of the future. To the Indian people it was
    • proclamations, this is not the fault of the great Teachers of
    • speak of the great Sun-Aura, of Ahura Mazdao, of the God of
    • yonder world. Greater and greater darkness spread over life
    • experience in infinitely greater majesty and splendour!
    • the seed — but only the seed — for a greater
    • intellectual joy from the reading of this great record; but
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    • and the great truths connected with that Event; they realise,
    • opened and as well as a great vista of past ages of the Earth
    • made one; he sees the Earth in future time as a great
    • experiences associated with the greatest event in his life
    • epoch there were great Teachers who were also the Leaders of
    • great Gods.
    • Thus did the great Atlantean Initiates speak to their pupils
    • birth to a God, to the great God of the future — such was the
    • of Atlantis saw into the future, foresaw the great events of
    • the future. Their vision reached beyond the time of the great
    • the great post-Atlantean civilisations arose, beginning with
    • The great Teachers in
    • the great Spirit of the future. To the Indian people it was
    • proclamations, this is not the fault of the great Teachers of
    • speak of the great Sun-Aura, of Ahura Mazdao, of the God of
    • yonder world. Greater and greater darkness spread over life
    • experience in infinitely greater majesty and splendour!
    • the seed — but only the seed — for a greater
    • intellectual joy from the reading of this great record; but
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    • does not go through life half asleep. We have seen the great
    • four or five years, causing great harm; we can turn our thoughts
    • that a great social movement has developed out of the
    • to-day. How helpless, in the main, is the great majority of people in
    • one hand, the spiritual world is willing to reveal itself with great
    • himself from his greatest entanglement in what is material and come
    • confronted by the greatest trial of his strength — his power to
    • all possible excuses in order to escape from the great problems. How
    • glad people are when they can escape the great tasks and riddles of
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • differences became greater and greater, the gulf between the
    • bring the greatest misery to mankind if not illuminated by the inner
    • but appears of the greatest importance when viewed
    • should become conscious of our great responsibility and conscious,
    • that possesses an instinctive political life of great perfection and
    • had wished to give the German people the greatest lesson by imposing
    • the greatest test. This nation was to be shown the Spirit cannot be
    • about that in another year there may be as great, or even a much
    • greater, increase in our numbers. For the more human souls there are
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    • does not go through life half asleep. We have seen the great
    • four or five years, causing great harm; we can turn our thoughts
    • that a great social movement has developed out of the
    • to-day. How helpless, in the main, is the great majority of people in
    • one hand, the spiritual world is willing to reveal itself with great
    • himself from his greatest entanglement in what is material and come
    • confronted by the greatest trial of his strength — his power to
    • all possible excuses in order to escape from the great problems. How
    • glad people are when they can escape the great tasks and riddles of
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • differences became greater and greater, the gulf between the
    • bring the greatest misery to mankind if not illuminated by the inner
    • but appears of the greatest importance when viewed
    • should become conscious of our great responsibility and conscious,
    • that possesses an instinctive political life of great perfection and
    • had wished to give the German people the greatest lesson by imposing
    • the greatest test. This nation was to be shown the Spirit cannot be
    • about that in another year there may be as great, or even a much
    • greater, increase in our numbers. For the more human souls there are
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • in our day the question of morality is of the greatest urgency
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • in our day the question of morality is of the greatest urgency
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • of the great truth of reincarnation, of repeated earthly lives, and we must
    • man has developed in such a way that great progress has been achieved
    • follow our own. And then another great catastrophe will befall the
    • a firm resolve to do what is moral. There is a great difference
    • 14:20 And Saul and all the people that were with him assembled themselves, and they came to the battle: and, behold, every man\'s sword was against his fellow, and there was a very great discomfiture. \
    • 14:30 How much more, if haply the people had eaten freely to day of the spoil of their enemies which they found? for had there not been now a much greater slaughter among the Philistines? \
    • 14:33 Then they told Saul, saying, Behold, the people sin against the LORD, in that they eat with the blood. And he said, Ye have transgressed: roll a great stone unto me this day. \
    • that at the beginning of his life in Kamaloka man feels a very great
    • given by a great Individuality of the fourth post-Atlantean
    • of great significance that through the inspiration of Buddha the
    • of immorality must turn to Christ with all the greater strength in
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
    • in Jeshu ben Pandira and again and again in others, became the great
    • Buddha gave the great intellectual teachings of right speech, right
    • patterned on the life of Christ. In ancient times, when a great
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
    • individual as a great soul, merely on authority. It is important
    • aesthetic feeling and insight, to morality. And the greatest Teacher
    • progress of culture and happenings in the great process of evolution
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    • of the great truth of reincarnation, of repeated earthly lives, and we must
    • man has developed in such a way that great progress has been achieved
    • follow our own. And then another great catastrophe will befall the
    • a firm resolve to do what is moral. There is a great difference
    • 14:20 And Saul and all the people that were with him assembled themselves, and they came to the battle: and, behold, every man\'s sword was against his fellow, and there was a very great discomfiture. \
    • 14:30 How much more, if haply the people had eaten freely to day of the spoil of their enemies which they found? for had there not been now a much greater slaughter among the Philistines? \
    • 14:33 Then they told Saul, saying, Behold, the people sin against the LORD, in that they eat with the blood. And he said, Ye have transgressed: roll a great stone unto me this day. \
    • that at the beginning of his life in Kamaloka man feels a very great
    • given by a great Individuality of the fourth post-Atlantean
    • of great significance that through the inspiration of Buddha the
    • of immorality must turn to Christ with all the greater strength in
    • seventh in a mighty Cosmic Ego that is like a great
    • in Jeshu ben Pandira and again and again in others, became the great
    • Buddha gave the great intellectual teachings of right speech, right
    • patterned on the life of Christ. In ancient times, when a great
    • different ego passes into his body. The greatest example of this is
    • individual as a great soul, merely on authority. It is important
    • aesthetic feeling and insight, to morality. And the greatest Teacher
    • progress of culture and happenings in the great process of evolution
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    • in the human soul differs very greatly from all processes in the
    • Furthermore, a great part of what we must term man's etheric body
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    • in the human soul differs very greatly from all processes in the
    • Furthermore, a great part of what we must term man's etheric body
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    • know that since the great Atlantean catastrophe, which entirely
    • transformed the earth, there have been five great epochs of
    • Immediately after the great
    • prepared in our time that a great many people will have quite
    • again in the sixth. The capacities of a great number of people living
    • soul, when the great spiritual beings of the world stream into this
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    • the great events of existence, and only when we judge our own life on
    • the basis of the greatest phenomena of life can we assess it rightly.
    • the Gospels historical documents about the greatest individuality
    • for the great Christ event. Indeed they felt that precisely because
    • perspectives, for clearly this event is so great that it cannot be
    • great mainstream. All these various streams are now contained in
    • the great teacher of the second post-Atlantean epoch who first taught
    • greatest ones, were not connected to a physical instrument, the
    • great inspiration about the secrets of the world was revealed, and
    • organization corresponds to the great cosmic laws. The brain had to
    • streaming in astrally and hair. In general, the greatest truths are
    • Zarathas, the great teacher of that era. Zarathas joined them and
    • That event is so great that the four evangelists found that each of
    • body for the great I of Jesus of Nazareth. Through his initiation,
    • grows when we study this greatest of human events. I wanted to give
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    • have tried to recreate in our minds the great event in Palestine, the
    • great event from one perspective only, just as we take pictures or
    • consider the great event of Palestine from one particular
    • having become, to a great extent, philistines. Our language expresses
    • be acquired. For Isaiah pointed to the great, tremendous event that
    • in the evolution of humanity, certain great steps forward are
    • greatest event in human evolution. You then
    • “And in the morning, a great while before day, he rose and went
    • Saint Mark's Gospel take us into the greatest cosmic context. I
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    • us begin today by asking what modern scientific thinking, whose great
    • even though it did not exist in outer reality. It is great and
    • greatest.
    • forces once more have the greatest influence. The period from the
    • greatest influence of earthly forces on the human being. And if in
    • war against the Christ impulse. And it will be one of the greatest,
    • such a way that you rightly understand the greatest of its goals
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    • little more intimately knows that this is the way with a great many
    • unbelief in the spiritual content of the world that underlies the greatest
    • For the man who transplants the idea to the great cosmic planetary system
    • in thought play a very great part to-day — and they do so especially
    • of great importance. Man has a certain craving to reach a definite
    • useful. They entail the greatest imaginable significance for the
    • at work in the ape — evolve to greater perfection and so result in
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    • little more intimately knows that this is the way with a great many
    • unbelief in the spiritual content of the world that underlies the greatest
    • For the man who transplants the idea to the great cosmic planetary system
    • in thought play a very great part to-day — and they do so especially
    • of great importance. Man has a certain craving to reach a definite
    • useful. They entail the greatest imaginable significance for the
    • at work in the ape — evolve to greater perfection and so result in
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    • ‘political alcoholism’ with regard to the great events of
    • forgetfulness is a great nuisance in life. Anthroposophy says more
    • all-too-great antipathy. What are you then to do? There is a
    • it greatly strengthens the control of the Ego over the astral body.
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    • ‘political alcoholism’ with regard to the great events of
    • forgetfulness is a great nuisance in life. Anthroposophy says more
    • all-too-great antipathy. What are you then to do? There is a
    • it greatly strengthens the control of the Ego over the astral body.
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    • — it made a great impression on me — regarded with astonishment
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    • — it made a great impression on me — regarded with astonishment
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    • great danger confronts us here: the danger of having ideas about this
    • to add: the universe sets us a great task, but the beautiful human form
    • is the answer. Man's inner life also sets us a great task; we explore
    • point). The human form in plastic art is the answer to the great
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    • great danger confronts us here: the danger of having ideas about this
    • to add: the universe sets us a great task, but the beautiful human form
    • is the answer. Man's inner life also sets us a great task; we explore
    • point). The human form in plastic art is the answer to the great
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    • related to hatred, so hatred plays a great part in your whole
    • the West which, externally, still have a great influence. But it is
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • related to hatred, so hatred plays a great part in your whole
    • the West which, externally, still have a great influence. But it is
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    • to the great contradiction between East and West. In times past the Oriental
    • great variety of ways, manifesting itself visibly to our senses. But
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    • to the great contradiction between East and West. In times past the Oriental
    • great variety of ways, manifesting itself visibly to our senses. But
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    • Christianity the teaching of greatest moment is that concerning
    • Paul, of course, is of the greatest importance, for Paul
    • lived to a great extent outside the body. In this state of
    • soul-and-spirit. Death belonged to Maya, to the great Illusion,
    • The great
    • that the earliest messengers of Christianity attached great
    • century after the Mystery of Golgotha and received its great
    • The scribes are men of eminence, of great learning; judgment
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    • Christianity the teaching of greatest moment is that concerning
    • Paul, of course, is of the greatest importance, for Paul
    • lived to a great extent outside the body. In this state of
    • soul-and-spirit. Death belonged to Maya, to the great Illusion,
    • The great
    • that the earliest messengers of Christianity attached great
    • century after the Mystery of Golgotha and received its great
    • The scribes are men of eminence, of great learning; judgment
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • — this would make no great difference.
    • what lies buried in greater depths.
    • Father-principle really played the greatest imaginable part in older
    • greatest value is placed on the question of Christ's descent. When
    • The things had a great
    • predominant, and played a great part in the human souls for their
    • ideas on atoms, you will find a great resemblance with this theory.
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    • — this would make no great difference.
    • what lies buried in greater depths.
    • Father-principle really played the greatest imaginable part in older
    • greatest value is placed on the question of Christ's descent. When
    • The things had a great
    • predominant, and played a great part in the human souls for their
    • ideas on atoms, you will find a great resemblance with this theory.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • great impulses, the great manifestations of forces which pervade the
    • those who are now living will have to pass through great and
    • inner forces as a support for their souls, to a far greater extent
    • midst of the greatest and most terrible war-events which have ever
    • cosmos, through the forces of the sun which then reach their greatest
    • darkness unfold their greatest strength in the middle of the winter,
    • A great deal lies concealed
    • itself (indeed, future epochs will grasp the greatness of Fichte's
    • greatest gift consists in absorbing things, but if anyone says that
    • The greatest misfortune
    • process. It would be the greatest misfortune, not only for Central
    • Europe, but, for Russia itself — the very greatest misfortune
    • development; also that they would commit the greatest sin by laying
    • civilisation as a great illusion — the whole foul
    • greater than itself and of sending light into life; before it can
    • those which will one day be the source of its greatness. And we in
    • battlefields. These etheric bodies will form a great complex of
    • encouragement inducing us to fill ourselves with the great truths of
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    • great impulses, the great manifestations of forces which pervade the
    • those who are now living will have to pass through great and
    • inner forces as a support for their souls, to a far greater extent
    • midst of the greatest and most terrible war-events which have ever
    • cosmos, through the forces of the sun which then reach their greatest
    • darkness unfold their greatest strength in the middle of the winter,
    • A great deal lies concealed
    • itself (indeed, future epochs will grasp the greatness of Fichte's
    • greatest gift consists in absorbing things, but if anyone says that
    • The greatest misfortune
    • process. It would be the greatest misfortune, not only for Central
    • Europe, but, for Russia itself — the very greatest misfortune
    • development; also that they would commit the greatest sin by laying
    • civilisation as a great illusion — the whole foul
    • greater than itself and of sending light into life; before it can
    • those which will one day be the source of its greatness. And we in
    • battlefields. These etheric bodies will form a great complex of
    • encouragement inducing us to fill ourselves with the great truths of
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • which have remained like oases in a desert, re-echo a great,
    • to make a great effort in order to convince a friend of the truth of
    • way in which others have come to their knowledge. The greatness of
    • something which he has studied with the greatest attention. If you
    • you will find what great results Goethe has reached
    • spiritual sphere, this will be the greatest temptation for really
    • becoming materialists. The greatest temptation for becoming
    • knowledge is gained, are exposed to the great temptation of becoming
    • do not wish to make a great effort, who prefer to go to the
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    • which have remained like oases in a desert, re-echo a great,
    • to make a great effort in order to convince a friend of the truth of
    • way in which others have come to their knowledge. The greatness of
    • something which he has studied with the greatest attention. If you
    • you will find what great results Goethe has reached
    • spiritual sphere, this will be the greatest temptation for really
    • becoming materialists. The greatest temptation for becoming
    • knowledge is gained, are exposed to the great temptation of becoming
    • do not wish to make a great effort, who prefer to go to the
  • Title: Lecture: Adept-School of the Past
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    • adepts, Those who were suited to be the pupils of the great
    • the greatest distance from the inner essence of things; it is far
    • of the great WHITE Brotherhood are always in harmony with one another
    • Life-Spirit. The great goal of the spiritual-scientific movement is
    • a gradual flowing out of wisdom of the great white brotherhood
    • for through long periods of time. The whole activity of the great
    • founders of religions was a preparation for the ONE great event, for
    • Christ-Jesus, whilst maintaining the greatest possible individualisation,
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    • adepts, Those who were suited to be the pupils of the great
    • the greatest distance from the inner essence of things; it is far
    • of the great WHITE Brotherhood are always in harmony with one another
    • Life-Spirit. The great goal of the spiritual-scientific movement is
    • a gradual flowing out of wisdom of the great white brotherhood
    • for through long periods of time. The whole activity of the great
    • founders of religions was a preparation for the ONE great event, for
    • Christ-Jesus, whilst maintaining the greatest possible individualisation,
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Relationship with the Surrounding World
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    • well-known phenomenon, about which men have thought a great deal, if
    • soulless forms, of great beauty, certainly, but without soul. The
    • not correspond with the great truths, such as the union of Christ's
    • great initiates, who possessed a direct insight into the spiritual
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    • well-known phenomenon, about which men have thought a great deal, if
    • soulless forms, of great beauty, certainly, but without soul. The
    • not correspond with the great truths, such as the union of Christ's
    • great initiates, who possessed a direct insight into the spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • the time of the great Atlantean Flood. We observe the
    • this great Flood which has been preserved as tradition in the
    • great pyramids built by the Egyptians, the Greek temples, and
    • great Flood. The less advanced Atlanteans went from West to
    • all went towards Asia and founded in Central Asia the great
    • holy Rishis, who were the pupils of the great Manu.
    • great Indian Teachers. A feeling of reverent awe arises in
    • great part of their life. But there were times when the
    • the Planetary Spirits and then they could impart great and
    • mighty things to men. Far greater things were spoken through
    • the souls living between death and rebirth. The great
    • it is true, proclaim the same great spiritual truths of which
    • now became their great Teacher. The teachings that had flowed
    • task of this great Teacher was to create a counterweight to
    • totality: Ahura Mazdao, the great Sun-, Aura-, Ahura Mazdao,
    • proclaimed wrong beliefs. I speak of what is greatest
    • as are always to be found with the great Initiates and who
    • pupils, in later incarnations, were : Hermes, the great
    • advanced a stage and men had a greater love for the physical
    • world. Nor would this have been of any great significance for
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    • the time of the great Atlantean Flood. We observe the
    • this great Flood which has been preserved as tradition in the
    • great pyramids built by the Egyptians, the Greek temples, and
    • great Flood. The less advanced Atlanteans went from West to
    • all went towards Asia and founded in Central Asia the great
    • holy Rishis, who were the pupils of the great Manu.
    • great Indian Teachers. A feeling of reverent awe arises in
    • great part of their life. But there were times when the
    • the Planetary Spirits and then they could impart great and
    • mighty things to men. Far greater things were spoken through
    • the souls living between death and rebirth. The great
    • it is true, proclaim the same great spiritual truths of which
    • now became their great Teacher. The teachings that had flowed
    • task of this great Teacher was to create a counterweight to
    • totality: Ahura Mazdao, the great Sun-, Aura-, Ahura Mazdao,
    • proclaimed wrong beliefs. I speak of what is greatest
    • as are always to be found with the great Initiates and who
    • pupils, in later incarnations, were : Hermes, the great
    • advanced a stage and men had a greater love for the physical
    • world. Nor would this have been of any great significance for
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  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • denying the greatest of all events on Earth. When a man
    • a participant in the greatest event on Earth.
    • soul is too feeble to comprehend this greatest event.
    • plan it would have taken a course leading to greater and
    • greater participation in the destinies of the body, including
    • great, very wise, on the Earth, but, by instilling this
    • and from the consideration of these we can rise to the great
    • Eurythmy, are greatly in error. Words are nothing but
    • great mystery of everyday life. It makes all the difference
    • is actually the greater in what has been inspired in this
    • greater Rerversity when, holding our crimes proved by our
    • his many and great volumes, as it had been with thunderbolts
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    • denying the greatest of all events on Earth. When a man
    • a participant in the greatest event on Earth.
    • soul is too feeble to comprehend this greatest event.
    • plan it would have taken a course leading to greater and
    • greater participation in the destinies of the body, including
    • great, very wise, on the Earth, but, by instilling this
    • and from the consideration of these we can rise to the great
    • Eurythmy, are greatly in error. Words are nothing but
    • great mystery of everyday life. It makes all the difference
    • is actually the greater in what has been inspired in this
    • greater Rerversity when, holding our crimes proved by our
    • his many and great volumes, as it had been with thunderbolts
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • to a far greater extent than is generally believed, we
    • be no great difference between that and the emergence of the
    • have gathered their greatest strength by the time the gate of
    • the physical body, have then to work with the greatest
    • Those, however, who have had some great fright, endangering
    • its greatest work of art at the outset of a person's life,
    • statement by a man held in great esteem today, in which he
    • century after Christ by the great mystic and philosopher,
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    • to a far greater extent than is generally believed, we
    • be no great difference between that and the emergence of the
    • have gathered their greatest strength by the time the gate of
    • the physical body, have then to work with the greatest
    • Those, however, who have had some great fright, endangering
    • its greatest work of art at the outset of a person's life,
    • statement by a man held in great esteem today, in which he
    • century after Christ by the great mystic and philosopher,
  • Title: Lecture: Cosmogony, Freedom, Altruism
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    • is little given to cultivating so great an interest in the
    • and going Westwards — and I take Great Britain and
    • of the East produced, as you know, great cities. We can look
    • every one of which produced great cities. But these great
    • create, along with the life of great cities, a conception,
    • superphysical. And so great cities, such as Babylon,
    • This is thoroughly Roman. But Rome achieved a great deal more
    • lived in Central Europe is, to a great extent, sunk in a
    • Giordano Bruno was a remarkable figure, a great personality;
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    • is little given to cultivating so great an interest in the
    • and going Westwards — and I take Great Britain and
    • of the East produced, as you know, great cities. We can look
    • every one of which produced great cities. But these great
    • create, along with the life of great cities, a conception,
    • superphysical. And so great cities, such as Babylon,
    • This is thoroughly Roman. But Rome achieved a great deal more
    • lived in Central Europe is, to a great extent, sunk in a
    • Giordano Bruno was a remarkable figure, a great personality;
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • Great epochs of Art, when artistic deeds raying far and wide
    • to the knowledge of the soul, it is a great deal more
    • of greater or lesser value for the Universe.
    • the ears will not impress me greatly. The world of the
    • physical plane which I have around me here is great, and the
    • within your eyes is far greater, fuller in content, than the
    • creatively connected with man, in the great Universe. And
    • great Ocean, as it has always been called.
    • but swimming as it were, swimming through the great ocean;
    • greatness that meets us in Brunetto Latini. What others learn
    • Dante, revealing how Dante's great work of art is connected
    • Golgotha something great and mighty entered the evolution of
    • humanity — so great that it will only be able to be
    • Earth is greatest. Therefore the Christmas Festival is
    • greatest. Then it is that illumination comes over the soul
    • the Maid of Orleans had to be kindled for a great historic
    • it is of great significance to find it recorded in our
    • humanity. Great as is the difference between ‘spiritual
    • — equally great will be the difference between the
  • Title: Lecture: Brunetto Latini
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    • Great epochs of Art, when artistic deeds raying far and wide
    • to the knowledge of the soul, it is a great deal more
    • of greater or lesser value for the Universe.
    • the ears will not impress me greatly. The world of the
    • physical plane which I have around me here is great, and the
    • within your eyes is far greater, fuller in content, than the
    • creatively connected with man, in the great Universe. And
    • great Ocean, as it has always been called.
    • but swimming as it were, swimming through the great ocean;
    • greatness that meets us in Brunetto Latini. What others learn
    • Dante, revealing how Dante's great work of art is connected
    • Golgotha something great and mighty entered the evolution of
    • humanity — so great that it will only be able to be
    • Earth is greatest. Therefore the Christmas Festival is
    • greatest. Then it is that illumination comes over the soul
    • the Maid of Orleans had to be kindled for a great historic
    • it is of great significance to find it recorded in our
    • humanity. Great as is the difference between ‘spiritual
    • — equally great will be the difference between the
  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • exercises enable him to do this more easily and with greater
    • experience because they at once show the great difference
    • investigator must to the greatest possible extent be proof
    • for spiritual investigation. Anyone who knows how great a
    • publicly reputed to be a great thinker produces a bulky
    • enumerated at great length. Although we cannot enter
    • greater exactitude and depth than is usual in life and in
    • in greater detail today of how that which as a bodily
    • human being to a greater extent than is proper, abnormal
    • speak of one recent example. It is of great interest because
    • that his son was facing great danger, but that the spirit of
    • described do not, for the most part, differ greatly from
    • cautiously and critically, are very great. What can be learnt
    • A great deal
    • realm, is of the greatest significance of all — namely
    • such study becomes evident. A great world-riddle is knocking
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    • exercises enable him to do this more easily and with greater
    • experience because they at once show the great difference
    • investigator must to the greatest possible extent be proof
    • for spiritual investigation. Anyone who knows how great a
    • publicly reputed to be a great thinker produces a bulky
    • enumerated at great length. Although we cannot enter
    • greater exactitude and depth than is usual in life and in
    • in greater detail today of how that which as a bodily
    • human being to a greater extent than is proper, abnormal
    • speak of one recent example. It is of great interest because
    • that his son was facing great danger, but that the spirit of
    • described do not, for the most part, differ greatly from
    • cautiously and critically, are very great. What can be learnt
    • A great deal
    • realm, is of the greatest significance of all — namely
    • such study becomes evident. A great world-riddle is knocking
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    • time, when we go out into the streets of a great city and
    • become for many of those who want to be regarded in the great
    • great Universe out of which man is born, in order that our
    • great world of Nature. They were full of thanksgiving for the
    • sun's rays, full of reverence for the great Universe —
    • repose to a state of exultant abandonment to great
    • devoted a great deal of time to research among the Germanic
    • among the country people. Later on he told me a great deal
    • even greater significance. We know that in the Mysteries
    • great a certainty there stands before our souls the
    • Religion, Art and in the whole life of humanity. The great
    • will celebrate the great Easter Festival, the Resurrection
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    • time, when we go out into the streets of a great city and
    • become for many of those who want to be regarded in the great
    • great Universe out of which man is born, in order that our
    • great world of Nature. They were full of thanksgiving for the
    • sun's rays, full of reverence for the great Universe —
    • repose to a state of exultant abandonment to great
    • devoted a great deal of time to research among the Germanic
    • among the country people. Later on he told me a great deal
    • even greater significance. We know that in the Mysteries
    • great a certainty there stands before our souls the
    • Religion, Art and in the whole life of humanity. The great
    • will celebrate the great Easter Festival, the Resurrection
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    • of the great Buddha.
    • greater future, the consciousness of continuous activity —
    • considered in connection with the great Zarathustra.
    • — the great “Illusion.” It is also natural that as
    • The wisdom arising from this could then be revealed in the great
    • their cause! And so the great Gautama felt — because he was not
    • in the soul of the great Gautama, led him finally to full
    • innumerable lives will never solve the great riddles of old age, of
    • suffering was greater than the wisdom of a Bodhisattva. In his
    • of the great Buddha, quite different conditions are present. Man's
    • Buddhist says that the world is in itself the Great Illusion,
    • truth. How great a contrast lies here between the wisdom of Buddha
    • not mere repetition but a great purpose rules throughout the
    • great Spirit who once brought to man a teaching pointing to the past,
    • greatly love life. During his first stay in Weimar, freeing himself
    • great and mighty results that the human mind did not feel able to
    • external research. The sense of helplessness grew greater and greater
    • And so two great streams of
    • great painters. They portray figures whose asceticism brought
    • greatness of this liberated human being consists in the fact that he
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    • of the great Buddha.
    • greater future, the consciousness of continuous activity —
    • considered in connection with the great Zarathustra.
    • — the great “Illusion.” It is also natural that as
    • The wisdom arising from this could then be revealed in the great
    • their cause! And so the great Gautama felt — because he was not
    • in the soul of the great Gautama, led him finally to full
    • innumerable lives will never solve the great riddles of old age, of
    • suffering was greater than the wisdom of a Bodhisattva. In his
    • of the great Buddha, quite different conditions are present. Man's
    • Buddhist says that the world is in itself the Great Illusion,
    • truth. How great a contrast lies here between the wisdom of Buddha
    • not mere repetition but a great purpose rules throughout the
    • great Spirit who once brought to man a teaching pointing to the past,
    • greatly love life. During his first stay in Weimar, freeing himself
    • great and mighty results that the human mind did not feel able to
    • external research. The sense of helplessness grew greater and greater
    • And so two great streams of
    • great painters. They portray figures whose asceticism brought
    • greatness of this liberated human being consists in the fact that he
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    • A great deal is said to-day
    • This is the great
    • social life! There will be far greater understanding in the
    • The greatest fault of
    • The greatest sin of materialism is that it gives us no knowledge
    • brief indication. The great difference between the human organisation
    • very great bearing and effect upon social life. How the social
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    • A great deal is said to-day
    • This is the great
    • social life! There will be far greater understanding in the
    • The greatest fault of
    • The greatest sin of materialism is that it gives us no knowledge
    • brief indication. The great difference between the human organisation
    • very great bearing and effect upon social life. How the social
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    • the connection of what man attains by great efforts here on earth, as
    • words of speech and the sounds of song. It is our great pleasure in
    • great musical instrument. Even the external musical instruments
    • use to a very great extent of the brain, the system of head and
    • time, when things like these were felt, it was said of the greatest
    • our language into greater flow and movement than is customary in its
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    • the connection of what man attains by great efforts here on earth, as
    • words of speech and the sounds of song. It is our great pleasure in
    • great musical instrument. Even the external musical instruments
    • use to a very great extent of the brain, the system of head and
    • time, when things like these were felt, it was said of the greatest
    • our language into greater flow and movement than is customary in its
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    • one great whole, we see it — in spite of the many valleys and
    • great misunderstanding, to the Vedas and the Vedanta. If we look at
    • in immediate experience. But there was a great riddle and it arose in
    • added the second great riddle in the history of evolution —
    • with the physical body, was experienced by him as the greatest riddle
    • great intensity among the ancient Egyptians, for instance. They
    • mankind to experience the greatest event of earthly existence. He
    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
    • directed by the great Divine Teachers of the world, there was added
    • The great riddles of the
    • fourteenth or fifteenth centuries, feel the third great riddle of
    • great riddle — that of man's earthly nature; to the second
    • And so the third great
    • sleep of existence. This third great riddle must stand more and more
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    • one great whole, we see it — in spite of the many valleys and
    • great misunderstanding, to the Vedas and the Vedanta. If we look at
    • in immediate experience. But there was a great riddle and it arose in
    • added the second great riddle in the history of evolution —
    • with the physical body, was experienced by him as the greatest riddle
    • great intensity among the ancient Egyptians, for instance. They
    • mankind to experience the greatest event of earthly existence. He
    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
    • directed by the great Divine Teachers of the world, there was added
    • The great riddles of the
    • fourteenth or fifteenth centuries, feel the third great riddle of
    • great riddle — that of man's earthly nature; to the second
    • And so the third great
    • sleep of existence. This third great riddle must stand more and more
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    • greatest contrast to electricity is LIGHT. If we look upon
    • Ahriman and Lucifer have the greatest power over us if we do not know
    • the divinity of Good. It is really terrifying to see to what a great
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    • greatest contrast to electricity is LIGHT. If we look upon
    • Ahriman and Lucifer have the greatest power over us if we do not know
    • the divinity of Good. It is really terrifying to see to what a great
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    • great store of wisdom has in fact disappeared, and it is known today
    • first centuries of the Christian era, we find great spirits arising,
    • For them, this was the great problem. They thought: During the course
    • two? Thus we see great spirits like Clemens of Alexandria and
    • greatest possible difficulty in understanding this fact; the capacity
    • to fulfill his mission as the Son has the greatest imaginable
    • greatest, most meaningful human need of our time. Until now, human
    • innkeepers and the shepherds. In fact, the great problem of our time
    • called “The Book of the Great Logos according to the
    • Anthroposophic Press, Great Barrington, MA, 2001.
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    • great store of wisdom has in fact disappeared, and it is known today
    • first centuries of the Christian era, we find great spirits arising,
    • For them, this was the great problem. They thought: During the course
    • two? Thus we see great spirits like Clemens of Alexandria and
    • greatest possible difficulty in understanding this fact; the capacity
    • to fulfill his mission as the Son has the greatest imaginable
    • greatest, most meaningful human need of our time. Until now, human
    • innkeepers and the shepherds. In fact, the great problem of our time
    • called “The Book of the Great Logos according to the
    • Anthroposophic Press, Great Barrington, MA, 2001.
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    • say, the search for this relationship gives rise to the greatest
    • assert that it is in space. In this way the greatest
    • at the same time to a fact of very great importance, which is not at
    • great impression which Schopenhauer's philosophic system,
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    • say, the search for this relationship gives rise to the greatest
    • assert that it is in space. In this way the greatest
    • at the same time to a fact of very great importance, which is not at
    • great impression which Schopenhauer's philosophic system,
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    • have accomplished such great things and brought such blessings on
    • though the great questions about which we shall have to speak still
    • Goethe, who besides being a great poet was also a great student of Nature
    • cloud-formations and so on. A great number of substances which are
    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • the heat is so great that life cannot develop; but in the environment
    • the great living being “Earth.” The 1atter needs for its
    • into the life of the great being “Earth” by forces which
    • with the greatest care imaginable — of the investigations which
    • there traces of it in the high mountain ranges. Great blocks of earth
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    • have accomplished such great things and brought such blessings on
    • though the great questions about which we shall have to speak still
    • Goethe, who besides being a great poet was also a great student of Nature
    • cloud-formations and so on. A great number of substances which are
    • belongs to our earth something like live members of a great living
    • the heat is so great that life cannot develop; but in the environment
    • the great living being “Earth.” The 1atter needs for its
    • into the life of the great being “Earth” by forces which
    • with the greatest care imaginable — of the investigations which
    • there traces of it in the high mountain ranges. Great blocks of earth
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • it is also in the great universe. And in this connection we must say:
    • is which can reveal itself to man as a great and significant truth:
    • towards it. Just think how great is the effort we have to make if we
    • extent, the great laws determining the future. And Intuition embraces
    • the age of materialism dawned, man was in great danger of falling
    • must bear in mind how great a secret concerning the historical
    • very greatly confused, and this confusion pervades all thinking. It
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    • it is also in the great universe. And in this connection we must say:
    • is which can reveal itself to man as a great and significant truth:
    • towards it. Just think how great is the effort we have to make if we
    • extent, the great laws determining the future. And Intuition embraces
    • the age of materialism dawned, man was in great danger of falling
    • must bear in mind how great a secret concerning the historical
    • very greatly confused, and this confusion pervades all thinking. It
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    • mentioned with great respect. This school was well known for the
    • be impossible to think of greater nonsense, yet the psychology of the
    • that such a thought could have arisen as the greatest production of
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    • individuality. These are two great opposites. Personal will fatally
    • sensations and feelings. We can deceive ourselves greatly as to this.
    • we must say: These are the Spirits of Wisdom, the great Bestowers,
    • the great Givers of the Universe. Just as we have called the
    • Thrones” The great Sacrificers,” so we must say of the
    • Spirits of Wisdom, they are “the great Givers” who so
    • have no longer a body of light and air but it appears as the great
    • a great work of art can be felt, a work which reflects, as it were,
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    • of a hand or the greatest of deeds, the impulse of the will underlies
    • act, one for instance that is to bring about great healing and
    • assumed that the greatness of the deed depends upon the strength of
    • that as we intensify our will we accomplish great things in the
    • which we particularly live, the greatness of our deeds certainly does
    • wish to accomplish, the greater are the efforts we must make
    • to pass. There it is the case that the greatest deeds, or, better
    • said, the greatest results, do not necessitate any strengthening of
    • when we eat well, when we are well nourished and acquire greater
    • something important we can precisely do so with the greatest ease,
    • The greatest spiritual, magical effects, always require preparation
    • words have great force; he will not even require to look at his
    • obtain great results, or from some other source of desire for self-
    • in the great cosmic evolution there are cosmic beings who, remaining
    • exist for the purpose of showing us the great cosmic mysteries in
    • greatest renunciation made by Christ Jesus confronts us when, by
    • such a great cosmic moment; and when we recall the words: “He
    • intellect to feel the whole immeasurable greatness of the subject,
    • why great works of art make such a tremendous impression, because
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    • naturally a greater sense of the spiritual behind the outer material
    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • who lives in great cities is less affected by it, but he will have seen
    • universal Beings, by others who found their greatest bliss in gazing
    • obtain a conception which is of very great importance and weight:
    • was an eminently great soul. If only something could have flowed into
    • yearned for an end to this search for pictures — the greater
    • us of how a great mind expressed this undefined longing in the
    • it was a great one) which she could span with her earthly
    • the Prince of Homburg, who carried out all his great deeds in a kind
    • he was not a particularly great man, for he whines and whimpers over
    • spiritual contours: that is, Spiritual Science. The greatest unites
    • centenary of the death of one of the greatest German poets.
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    • call Maya or the great illusion, there is the Spiritual. Let us once again
    • lesser planet wished to make sacrifice to the greater planet —
    • single great satisfaction, but experiences a number of partial
    • from their actual meaning, their great cosmic purpose.” Certain
    • of Maya, or the great illusion, we have nothing but deception and
    • great occult truth: “In the whole world of Maya one thing only
    • Maya. And now if we turn from the universal Maya to the great
    • They are merely members of one great organism, just as a finger-nail
    • it is in reality only severed from this great organism, just as the
    • in itself, but only in the great organism of which it is a member.
    • one great organism, like the mineral — but of the whole
    • to a great organism that is identical with the whole earth, an
    • said, be renewed for a sufficiently great number of mankind. This
    • baker gave him a number of rolls, and being no great arithmetician,
    • based on the greatest and most significant cosmic conceptions.
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    • and that this year, in spite of great difficulty we were able to
    • observation of life. I might say a great deal if I were to speak
    • gatherings, which made the lack of room greatly felt both for the
    • — is more and more required, that a great number of those who
    • things too easy. When we consider the great store of lectures and
    • call itself by the name of a great spiritual individuality, after the
    • in the West. Hence we must say that what relates to the great Figure
    • without understanding the resurrection, however great theologians we
    • Blavatsky accomplished so great a work because through her a great
    • inspiration? There are great Rosicrucian truths in Isis
    • contains great truths concerning everything not Christian, —
    • but in respect to what is Christian, is the greatest nonsense. With
    • time — and will then be a great teacher on earth. That is the
    • great Bodhisattva-Individuality was incarnated; but because her
    • deny that in this being a great Individuality was concealed? We
    • arose to learn to know more intimately the great teacher of
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    • mentioned with great respect. This school was well known for the
    • impossible to think of greater nonsense, yet the psychology of the
    • thought could have arisen as the greatest production of the
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    • two great opposites. Personal will fatally opposes the permeation of
    • sensations and feelings. We can deceive ourselves greatly as to this.
    • are the Spirits of Wisdom, the great Bestowers, the great Givers of
    • the Universe. Just as we have called the Thrones ‘The great
    • ‘the great Givers’ who so devote their gift that it
    • appears as the great bestowing virtue of the Spirits of Wisdom. And
    • actual driving-force of such a great work of art can be felt, a work
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    • movement of a hand or the greatest of deeds, the impulse of the
    • strong, forceful act, one for instance that is to bring about great
    • general it is assumed that the greatness of the deed depends upon the
    • it correct that as we intensify our will we accomplish great things
    • physical world, in which we particularly live, the greatness of our
    • will, for the more we wish to accomplish, the greater are the
    • greatest deeds or better said, the greatest results do not
    • we are well nourished and acquire greater strength thereby, so, in
    • can precisely do so with the greatest ease, if, by fasting or other
    • statement, and not given by way of advice). The greatest spiritual,
    • with equanimity, will gradually notice that his words have great
    • obtain great results, or from some other source of desire for
    • behind, so even in the great cosmic evolution there are cosmic beings
    • for the purpose of showing us the great cosmic mysteries in symbols,
    • the greatest renunciation made by Christ Jesus confronts us when, by
    • such a great cosmic moment; and when we recall the words: ‘He
    • soul with intellect to feel the whole immeasurable greatness of the
    • significant. That is why great works of art make such a tremendous
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    • there was naturally a greater sense of the spiritual behind the outer
    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • lives in great cities is less affected by it, but he will have seen
    • universal Beings, by others who found their greatest bliss in gazing
    • obtain a conception which is of very great importance and weight:
    • eminently great Soul. If only something could have flowed into his
    • an end to this search for ideas — the greater the yearning, the
    • which reminds us of how a great mind expressed this undefined longing
    • it was a great one) which she could span with her earthly
    • Prince of Homburg, who carried out all his great deeds in a kind of
    • a particularly great man, for he whines and whimpers over everything
    • contours: that is, Spiritual Science. The greatest unites
    • greatest German poets.
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    • that we call Maya or the great illusion, there is the Spiritual. Let
    • Beings of the lesser planet wished to make sacrifice to the greater
    • a single great satisfaction, but experiences a number of partial
    • actual meaning, their great Cosmic purpose.’ Certain Beings
    • realm of Maya or the great illusion, we have nothing but
    • than the great occult truth: ‘In the whole world of Maya one
    • the universal Maya to the great principles of the world, a very
    • not die. They are merely members of one great organism, just as a
    • to perish, it is in reality only severed from this great organism,
    • has no life in itself, but only in the great organism of which it is
    • — not of one great organism, like the mineral — but of
    • little can we say that of the plants; for they belong to a great
    • baker gave him a number of rolls, and being no great arithmetician,
    • greatest and most significant cosmic conceptions.
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    • be able to obtain a great deal towards a moral conception of
    • receipts and expenditures with great accuracy. If he does not like
    • characterised two great sections of humanity which, were quite
    • was extremely great when these two ways of looking at the world,
    • great deal in France, where he carried on his business. We also know
    • that the father of Francis of Assisi was a man who set great store on
    • had a vision in a dream. He saw a great palace and everywhere weapons
    • dreams had only longed to become a great warrior was transformed into
    • great moral impulse, for though the individual cannot always raise
    • himself to the greatest ethical heights, yet he can only learn of
    • greatest forcefulness. It is precisely by turning our attention to
    • the greatest and most characteristic manifestations of moral
    • a poetic story, it expresses what actually occurred in a great number
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    • him were given spiritual aid and great comfort. It is true that many
    • also precisely those amongst whom were preserved the greatest
    • Atlantean catastrophe took place, great bodies of people gradually
    • development great secrets of existence were betrayed; these were
    • great truths, concerning life, which are of infinitely greater
    • mysteries, great bodies of the Atlantean population became possessed
    • there in this European population were others who during the great
    • caste that wielded the greatest power in Europe in primeval times,
    • time of the Migration of the Peoples, great bodies of people came
    • His invasion was the cause of great terror to many of those who lived
    • great and mighty individuality of Buddha. We also know that Buddha
    • experienced and felt deeply in himself the great truth of life and
    • sorrow, he had attained the greatness to announce in Asia the
    • world. You know how Buddhism spread in Asia. You know how great is
    • particularly to point out that the portion of the great teaching of
    • human nature before man's deepest descent. Fundamentally, a great
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    • helps us to think with greater readiness of what is spiritual and to
    • it is therefore particularly necessary that the great dangers to be
    • acquired by modern life, truth is something which must, to a great
    • the foregoing is extreme, and not universal to any great extent,
    • and more for great spiritual truths. Although Anthroposophy is still
    • uncultivated human being, is but little affected by the great
    • see humanity in perspective before us, like a great organic
    • this great organism, and through their own deeds form their impulses
    • the course of earthly evolution, for a great community, which can be
    • world may be considered as a great immortal individual which
    • his work? Through the Mystery of Golgotha the greatest Individual
    • with Him as with a great immortal Individual. The thought that the
    • mission, lies in man's forming one whole with this great Individual,
    • born from you alone, pushes you away and separates you from the great
    • this great immortal Individual in the way above described, that you
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    • a greater extent than has been the case during the last four
    • gradually diminished until times were reached when the great
    • developed their greatest strength. But the consequence of
    • impressive greatness of the methods evolved by materialistic
    • still able, because of its greater life-giving power, to
    • get to the point of thinking to any great extent about what
    • in our day. Men had certain great, all-embracing notions,
    • great teaching which once had its home in the island of
    • of these things too in greater detail.
    • glean a great deal from symbolical presentations of this
    • were, however, a great many people who knew that there is a
    • occultist who works as we work here, exercises great
    • great fallacy. One fine day, therefore, it had to be admitted
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    • and showed how great the difference was between what is
    • countenanced in the way described. They acquired great
    • still to be found and a great number were used while the
    • organism to draw a great deal, a very great deal, from the
    • a great deal of knowledge from her. But in a comparatively
    • through her great gift of mediumship she would have been able
    • But as she knew that a great deal could be achieved through
    • great deal, for she was able to remember afterwards what had
    • Colonel Olcott has written a great deal about this
    • has written a very great deal about this Mahatma Kut-Humi,
    • to you was, as it were, a new path which made great
    • Greater Mysteries; the Lesser were a preparation for the
    • Greater. ... Positive philosophy is the necessary
    • philosophy the Greater.’
    • Mysteries in rather greater detail. These lectures were
    • The greater part of
    • of the Theosophical Society. I could tell you a great deal of
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    • from the point of view of Spiritual Science great
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    • side we have seen how greatly materialism deserves praise. As
    • a method, materialism has made possible the great
    • the cause of great consternation. I can indicate the reason
    • occultists the greatest consternation of all, for they
    • knew something about the spiritual worlds great confusion had
    • are teachings which contain a great deal that is correct and
    • too, had made a great impression, especially upon those who
    • make a great impression upon the occultists and that
    • fact a great deal of good was done in regard to
    • But now they laid great stress on the
    • fallacy into the world, and to spread the greatest possible
    • one side, with a great talent for occultism — which
    • the error could be preserved with even greater certainty.
    • utterly false light and distorted it with great subtlety. He
    • materiality of a greater density was incorporated into the
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    • have shown you that the greatest fallacy in Sinnett's
    • from our organism to the greatest extent. We can soar upwards
    • have been able to wrest away the greatest amount of
    • greatest strength of all at the place where man is the most
    • Jahve-principle unfolds its greatest activity where nature is
    • greatest measure the Love that is his natural attribute, in
    • of great importance; for we know that the Earth is the
    • lost from Earth-evolution. The greatest victory for Lucifer
    • That would be their greatest victory. Moreover there is a way
    • great benefactor of mankind. (Of Ahriman there was no
    • has this great merit, that through
    • some other time by matters of even greater significance. I
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    • the right path, great difficulties spring up for him,
    • can actually be understood of it — for a great deal
    • everywhere helpful, incessant in great and small services,
    • back again, so as to work again in favour of our great
    • was necessary to say a great deal on the subject of illusions
    • at a point of great significance, namely that we must pay
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    • that a great deal of the knowledge given out in the so-called
    • will see that great stress was laid upon the distinction to
    • to present certain things with great reserve, for the simple
    • exercise great reserve, speaking of them only when they could
    • be presented as absolutely and strictly true. A great deal of
    • advanced age. There are very great differences here. The life
    • the ages of 11, 12 or 13. A very great difference in the
    • great efforts to remember; but if during sleep, we exert
    • Gods. — But this great truth is hardly noticed.
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    • great profundity, something very significant. For certain
    • greater freedom. The symbols ought to have been kept abreast
    • some symbol that it has the hallmark of great antiquity,
    • unearthed are of great antiquity. During recent centuries,
    • where one thing or another is to be read. Hence a great deal
    • so a great deal that cannot lightly be discussed would have
    • he would have had a great deal to do as one of the leading
    • made the utterance because he was a man of great insight, but
    • State, he would have had a successor also of great importance
    • the great process of the transformation of world-history.
    • of a great mass of powerfully destructive forces.
    • what in most cases might be prescribed with great benefit!
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    • this light, the method of materialism assumes great
    • there that, even in the higher sense, it has its truly great
    • put it in this way — ‘we do great good if we lead
    • the domain of science. Natural scientists of great eminence
    • task of Spiritual Science to make men realise that a great
    • without debasing his own nature, without greatly enhancing
    • infinite dread of this, and their greatest fear of all is
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    • are so organised that we can neither exercise too great an
    • influence upon the other man, nor can he exercise too great
    • matter of very great importance for the understanding of
    • consciousness of this kind has a far greater influence upon
    • against making too great an advance towards the one side or
    • too great a power over us. We must strive for objectivity in
    • therefore see to it that we have the greatest possible
    • danger becomes no greater and no less.
    • But these beings have a great deal of power over souls whose
    • knowledge of the spiritual world have a great deal to suffer
    • Science inevitably demands greater intellectual effort than
    • nevertheless be of the greatest usefulness. If you think of
    • great deal can be done for which I am no longer needed. I am
    • in the other direction. The marvellous greatness and
    • willing to allow man to enter the world they so greatly fear.
    • would be a great step forward.
    • learn a great deal from mistakes, and pay attention to them
    • domain where such things actually happen. A great deal can be
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • Fortunately, Steiner goes over the last chapter in great
    • greatness of Christ, and at the same time the unspeakable
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • Cosmic Greatness of Christ
    • greatness of Christ, “precisely because of the place to which
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • which made a great stir in the middle of the nineteenth
    • 1836, exercised a great influence on those of his
    • great impression. The remarkable thing about him was that on
    • idolatry which disgraces the original greatness of the
    • questions are already taking on a greater profundity. What
    • ascribed those two great poems which are among the greatest
    • only really great men can. Remember his relation with
    • from very ancient times, a man of great all-embracing
    • the great philosopher Empedocles
    • reincarnation or karma, when they were considering a great
    • perceive that when great men of earlier times reappear in a
    • powerfully that the great men of antiquity, who had been in
    • had to be transformed and altered so that great souls
    • working of the Event of Golgotha, the greatest of all
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • reason for such a great change will become evident only from
    • the earth will the great impulses that may be ascribed to
    • beginning of its great development. If we wish to play a part
    • in this great development, we must enter with understanding
    • of the great Jewish prophets and kings until the whole soars
    • the great initiate of antiquity, of the primeval Persian
    • free again by Alexander the Great?
    • again by Alexander the Great. What then remained was the
    • the great spiritual leaders of the earth in ancient times, to
    • something of this kind. But as we proceed, we observe a great
    • ever greater as we follow the Old Testament from the
    • the Baptist directly referred to as a great figure.
    • greatness and simplicity of Mark's Gospel, may best be
    • simplicity and the artistic greatness of the Bible, quite
    • was the first who, as we might say, had the great success of
    • everything else aside, human evolution is itself the greatest
    • matter of course among the great leaders of humanity. Just as
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • appear, so to speak, in his full greatness. I have often
    • the priests of Baal because no spiritual greatness was
    • manifested by the god Baal, whereas the greatness and
    • great spirit who roamed invisibly through the land of Ahab.
    • science shows him to have been too great to dwell altogether
    • bosom. This was the great fact now proclaimed by Elijah-John
    • great crowd,” by which could be meant only the
    • too great to be able to enter into a single personality but
    • that there is something about Raphael like a great aura
    • something of the great cosmic impulses that live through the
    • came out He saw a great crowd, and had compassion on them,
    • first glance at the manner in which the great physicians and
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • there arose the great and mighty movement that began and
    • part in what is called Nirvana. This is the great teaching
    • and correctly the impulse that went out from the great sermon
    • thinking, feeling, and perception the great figure of the
    • of Socrates by the great philosopher Plato,
    • the great philosopher Aristotle.
    • of no greater contrast than that between the Buddha and
    • lines, “It is through great leaders that humanity moves
    • with a great individuality around whom gather pupils and
    • we characterized the relation with the greatest clarity we
    • have before your souls one of the greatest examples of the
    • The Buddha was the great preserver of the sentient soul
    • preserving the greatness of the past, while the West in an
    • There is a great and continuous development that comes to an
    • again descends to it. It was a great age that came to an end
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • more clearly how far the Buddha represented the great
    • minds his great predecessor who recedes far back into the
    • that can never again be repeated, whose greatness of its kind
    • among the water I am the great cosmic sea, among the rivers I
    • said that could never have been expressed in a greater or
    • have been spoken in a greater or more significant manner.
    • believe they are able to think with great subtlety. But when
    • great and powerful. And everything that has been said here
    • characteristic of Krishna: great powerful clairvoyant
    • is expressed in great powerful words in Krishna's
    • again the greater one who was my predecessor. Turn your mind
    • backward to the Krishna who was greater than I, and you will
    • given by Krishna. “I have come after him who is greater
    • greater than I.” These are the world-historical tones
    • Krishna who is greater than I; and I will show you the way
    • “After me there will come one greater than I.”
    • greater than I the time will be fulfilled. Then the divine
    • necessary to go into the greatness of what came to its
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • ours, until there is again a great catastrophe. This
    • is progress. The Old Testament is the first great example of
    • what had gone before. Great and significant things were
    • the greatest importance is given to recurrence. This was a
    • year. Thus the individual great initiates appeared in each
    • the Old Testament, is blended as in a great harmony or
    • makes greater demands on His disciples than before. He calls
    • times it was the initiates who were the great leaders of
    • become initiates by means such as these who were the great
    • greatest world-historical decision, when He resolved that
    • passage we have to do with the greatest monologue in world
    • history, the greatest that has ever taken place in the whole
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • precisely what we called yesterday the “greatest
    • what we called yesterday the “greatest monologue in
    • the soul of Christ Jesus was like a harmony, a great
    • the great world-historical monologue of Christ Jesus. It is
    • is compatible with the greatness of the ego, and the
    • great turning point of human evolution that the understanding
    • truth of this great nodal point in the evolution of mankind.
    • the great cultural flowering of the first post-Atlantean
    • to be greatly superior to those ancient philosophers. He
    • only in the West, comes the great monologue of the God, of
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • of St. Mark directly after the great world-historical
    • third thing, and all three are of the greatest and most
    • greatest exertion, one might say, is necessary to bring forth
    • great monologue of God comes a conversation among these
    • is the great significance of the restoration of Isaac
    • the facts. It was indeed a preparation for that great
    • initiated into these great cosmic secrets. And from all these
    • truly point to the great revolution that really happened at
    • it is of great significance for the progress of our
    • of the senses attaches great value. The Gospel here chooses a
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • greatness of Greek art consists in the fact that it has come
    • right to expect the greatest understanding of the Mystery of
    • over Palestine, but were beginning to spread over the greater
    • Mark Gospel; and in it answers are given, and with great
    • 10:48 And many charged him that he should hold his peace: but he cried the more a great deal, Thou son of David, have mercy on me. \
    • 12:27 He is not the God of the dead, but the God of the living: ye therefore do greatly err. \
    • 16:4 And when they looked, they saw that the stone was rolled away: for it was very great. \
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    • of his greatness and power. In this lecture cycle Steiner helps us grasp
    • about Charlemagne, Otto the Great and similar personalities.
    • allows us to feel most clearly the whole cosmic greatness and
    • description of the cosmic greatness of Christ precisely
    • particularly the greatest works of Egyptian culture that sank
    • anthroposophical,” then a great fuss is immediately
    • profound understanding of how the greatest impulse lives in
    • in greatness with what is before us in the Son of
    • things in this way, then the great difference becomes visible
    • characterized somewhat as follows, “How greatly deluded
    • overpowering greatness of the Gospels, as, for instance, the
    • presented to them. In every detail the Gospels are great, and
    • Mark Gospel. Of course if I were to point out all the great
    • use it, is able to grasp spiritual ideas with greater
    • else but the great appeal to man's self-knowledge, a
    • feelings that arise in us when we think of the great
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    • the form of abstractness; it celebrates its greatest triumphs in
    • passage he has invested with a great deal of human striving towards a
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    • whole great turnabout that has taken place will no doubt only be
    • true reasons for this great human misfortune will it be possible to
    • experiencing. Both the greatest and the smallest matters and events
    • Western Europe's great thinkers, Herbert Spencer,
    • greatest achievement in a human being's life is to beget other human
    • beings. So therefore education must also be greatly important. From
    • that the great misfortune of mankind in the second decade of the
    • twentieth century, the great challenge and the great trial, is that
    • great questions of life, those that lie beyond birth and death, must
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    • knowledge which they must absorb into their moral impulses. A great
    • incarnation, then it makes a great difference, as our soul is led
    • great many people today lack a sufficiently loving relationship to
    • a great deal, but what ought also to be strongly willed.
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    • civilization. He still lived as the great Sun-being outside the
    • fact can be greatly clarified by something that was regarded as being
    • consciousness of a great tableau of life encompassing everything that
    • they seek. Obviously the greater part of mankind today rejects this
    • ordinary life. On my last tour I met a man who was greatly concerned
    • to see that a great many people are approaching who want to hear
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    • Schiller had managed to write a great drama he had planned,
    • our own time, there is once more a great longing amongst mankind to
    • independent through its own strength. This is the great difference
    • that the spiritual world was seen in etheric shapes. The great
    • putting it. It was the great concern of the teachers in the ancient
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    • further we go back in human evolution the greater is the role played
    • the two great polar opposites: the world of abstraction foreshadowed
    • Philo of Alexandria is perhaps the abstract thinker of the greatest
    • this struggle with great intensity. The struggle to fill the human
    • Goethe was too great a poet for us not to notice that this was only a
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    • of an episode. And consider how, in the great final tableau, he
    • the ability of great diagnosticians to fathom the disease by
    • Otherwise, the best will in the world and the greatest capability
    • things is to look at them squarely, with great earnestness — to
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    • after the Mystery of Golgotha, it meant little, even to the greatest
    • need to gain greater clarity of soul about this change. I have also
    • what constitutes that great spiritual change. What people sought in
    • in the great change that took place in the fifteenth and sixteenth
    • something else to the great question which is so important for an
    • external facts, particularly on the greatest personalities of the
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    • life, tasks arising out of the great change that took place in the
    • great poetic creation cannot be accomplished without some inclination
    • does this pictorially. Angels appear as starry guides. The great
    • abstract. Goethe greatly approved of the thought, but at the same
    • Goethe's own imaginative life, fuelled as it is by the great riches
    • how a personality as great as Goethe strives to find an entry to the
    • executed by one of the greatest poets.
    • place the human being within a great spiritual context. He was unable
    • greatness only when we see what it does not contain, when we see the
    • exclaiming: What an incomparably great masterpiece! We can only reach
    • A great
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    • vibrations of the great change, how he sensed that it was a concrete
    • life? This was the great question which lived in the souls of Goethe
    • happened as a result of the great transition which took place in the
    • through a preparation and how it later ran its course after the great
    • the great change which brings it about in the fifth post-Atlantean
    • the seventeenth century too, after the great change had taken place,
    • back a few centuries prior to the great change. Read
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    • great world-wide movement of the end of the eighteenth century.
    • lies the great contrast between Central Europe and Latin western
    • developing any great inner activity it is possible to absorb
    • prevent them from being made with the greatest aplomb.
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • appearance of a great individual who taught world peace and became
    • great material prosperity and physical comfort to all who acknowledge
    • time? The great difficulty with our acceptance of Ahriman's bounty
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • free spiritual life. With great compassion and understanding he
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • may be of the greatest possible advantage to him. And evil would
    • the greatest benefit to Ahriman if he could succeed in preventing the
    • other great figures of history? It is because the possibility of
    • “humility.” In reality, however, it is the greatest
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • greater willingness to face things frankly and objectively. For
    • life or life of rights, from the economic life. Our greatest concern
    • ahrimanic incarnation will be greatly furthered if people fail to
    • matters of the greatest moment. Human intelligence itself must be
    • is to be deluded by figures and numbers. Is there not a great deal of
    • heard. The Greeks lived with infinitely greater intensity in the
    • emphatically of all, is a fata morgana. The greatest dreamers where
    • are the greatest culprits. The essential is that people should
    • Ahriman wants to take for the benefit of his incarnation is greatly
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • greatest importance that people should approach the coming
    • more alert in every domain, in order to recognize with greater and
    • greater clarity those trends in life which are leading toward this
    • because in this way he can lull humankind into greater and greater
    • founded. A great deal is said about “freedom of the individual
    • example. There is, or at least there used to be, a great deal of
    • Ahriman can achieve a great deal through figures and numbers
    • Hence there is a great deal
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • appointed time, he would establish a great occult school for the
    • practice of magic arts of the greatest grandeur, and what otherwise
    • great numbers of human beings into seers — but in such a way
    • will desire it because Ahriman's power will be very great.”
    • great deal to do with the present situation. An individual —
    • Ahriman's progress is greatly furthered.
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • will bears a great likeness, amounting almost to identity, with
    • comprising the period since the great Atlantean catastrophe —
    • throughout the then-Civilized world. Human beings had far greater
    • age of widespread immorality. And then came the great Atlantean
    • not alone responsible for these great catastrophic events that break
    • science amounts to a great, all-embracing illusion. For if you want
    • from this combined effect is the actual cause of a great deal of what
    • senses is maya — the great illusion — no reality
    • Then we begin to perceive in the human being a reality far greater
    • our freedom. Nature counteracts our freedom to an extent no greater
    • are hidden to a great extent from our powers of cognition. The part
    • wanted to speak in greater detail of the connection between the two
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • greatest possible advantage to him. And evil would result
    • undoubtedly be of the greatest benefit to Ahriman if he could
    • other great figures of history? It is because the possibility
    • however, it is the greatest arrogance! For it means that such
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • desirable at the present time if only there were greater
    • rights, from the economic life. Our greatest concern is to
    • greatly furthered if men fail to establish a free and
    • interpretations so often accepted in matters of the greatest
    • deluded by figures and numbers. Is there not a great deal of
    • and heard. The Greeks lived with infinitely greater intensity
    • The greatest dreamers where the external world is concerned
    • greatest culprits. The essential is that man should approach
    • benefit of his incarnation is greatly smoothed. Tedium is so
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • It is of the very greatest importance that men should
    • order to recognise with greater and greater clarity those
    • Ahriman because in this way he can lull mankind into greater
    • and greater drowsiness, so that then, through his
    • national states, national empires must be founded. A great
    • used to be, a great deal of argument about the nationality of
    • figures. Ahriman can achieve a great deal through figures and
    • a great deal in the spiritual and unspiritual currents of the
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • appointed time, he would establish a great occult school for
    • the practice of magic arts of the greatest grandeur, and what
    • of these stupendous magic arts he would be able to make great
    • because Ahriman's power will be very great.” — But
    • thinking has a great deal to do with the present situation.
    • philistines. — And then Ahriman's progress is greatly
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    • right orientation toward the spirit: a free spiritual life. With great
    • aspect, everything of the nature of will in man bears a great
    • the wider sense, as comprising the period since the great
    • far greater power over the forces of nature than they later
    • came the great Atlantean catastrophe. The orthodox geologist
    • causes are not alone responsible for these great catastrophic
    • natural science amounts to a great, all-embracing illusion.
    • is the actual cause of a great deal of what takes place in
    • great illusion — no reality but simply appearance. Such
    • Then we begin to perceive in man a reality far greater than
    • greater than if — to give an example — you are
    • actual causes lie. These causes are hidden to a great extent
    • to-day I wanted to speak in greater detail of the connection
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    • movement is so great, that only if we unite all our forces
    • However, if you would like to gain greater certainty, I can
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    • organism, a greater part, indeed, than is conjectured.
    • arvense active in the kidneys. The kidneys have a great
    • ants are carrying on their work causes great harm to the
    • it is a very great help. There may also be a case where the
    • relativity is great and fine and in most domains simply
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    • will speak in greater detail later on.
    • feeling a great deal of what is represented by the processes
    • only indicating these things in order to speak in greater
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    • For the state of affairs at present is that in certain great
    • but in olden times it was the basis of great astronomical
    • developed for the overcoming of lead have great significance,
    • at one time people had a great faculty for understanding
    • no great age; graphite is a youth, but older than common
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    • It will then be apparent that Anthroposophy can give a great
    • contained in the physical organism of man are of the greatest
    • contains a great deal of mica. This plant grows plentifully
    • make this statement, but Virchow, who had a great reputation
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    • soul. But in many respects this need requires much greater
    • all — a greater inner strength than that with which it
    • great significance is experienced. If with this deepened
    • further steps. The great failing that has existed in the
    • to answer the greater part of the questions which have been
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    • with weight but with what overcomes weight to a great extent.
    • sometimes is embarrassed to say what is correct, so greatly
    • organism. There is a great but also a subtle, delicate
    • this remedy. This is the great education towards
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    • question is really not of very great importance.
    • you cut off. This is quite possible — a very great deal
    • can be learned from this. Equally you can learn a great deal
    • things are of the very greatest interest. I have actually
    • great deal by the fact that when I was a boy, I used to hack
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    • greater than the whole.
    • greater than the whole human being. It is not easy at once to
    • visualize the maxim that the part is greater than the whole
    • greater than the whole. Our laws of mechanics and physics do
    • lectures could be given you for a whole year, a great deal
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    • another, to a greater or lesser degree, must have realized
    • a very great deal to say. I would like to ask if any
    • it is especially upon everything else that the greatest care
    • greatest part in all that lies around the embryo. It lives in
    • heredity, builds up the second man with a greater resemblance
    • great resemblance indeed to an etheric structure. Milk is a
    • Intellectual activity is man's greatest weakness. He simply
    • is membered into his being. Therefore the element of greatest
    • confirmed a matter of great significance, for this is what
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    • physicians because of the great interest that we had in
    • with, my work made me very unhappy because I had a great deal
    • side that by far the greatest part of what the medical
    • reality, he is not concerned. A great deal of what is
    • to learn things by dint of great effort when he has left his
    • connection, you see, there is still a great deal to be done.
    • are sincere and serious, then great progress will have been
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    • Especially in Protestantism which to the greatest extent of
    • today. Especially just recently, there has been a great deal
    • great point is how far a man in his earlier incarnation
    • stream and were striving for greater inwardness. What is the
    • great and equally detailed, for the human being has within
    • speaks is not of such great significance, but what then goes
    • hardly will the years 1940-1950 have come, and over greater
    • and greater areas there will be widespread epidemics of
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    • natural science — and also a great deal else in modern
    • Raschid himself, the organizer of the great academy of
    • study Lord Bacon you would find how greatly medicine was
    • absorbed. To this end you must take with the very greatest
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    • the grown-up person. Here there will be greater difficulty.
    • so great. The difficulty will be to fit the one into the
    • form with the Goetheanum may be a very great help to you in
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    • thoughts are merely intellectual ones, greater if they are
    • pictorial and the greatest if the patient can follow the
    • great dizziness, hallucinations and the like arise.
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    • of the organism. The warmth of the organism which is greater
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    • greatly our responsibility is increased when we realize: If
    • therefore, how great is the distance separating the
    • an epoch when great power was vested in the hands of groups
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    • them there with a strong effort of will. And the greater the
    • insofar as this comes from outside, and kindle into greater
    • means do our actions evolve to greater perfection? How do we
    • achieve greater perfection in our actions? We achieve this by
    • how in the human being the two great ideals, freedom
    • stand within the great process of world evolution, and what
    • that just as more and more will, a greater and greater
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    • take away their spontaneity and directness would be the greatest
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    • great significance that rivers and oceans really have for the whole
    • blood is of the greatest significance for life; it forms life, it
    • just as great a significance for the earth is generally not considered
    • therefore with great difficulty that fish develop sense organs
    • the earth, have emancipated themselves and reached a greater
    • people who have a greater tendency to the earth and they generally
    • has great nutritive value, more perhaps than any other fish, and this
    • other is flat and pale. The halibut really produces a great deal of
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    • know that when a building is put up on the earth, great attention has
    • which at one time existed in silica in living form. Great
    • said: Oh, well, birds see to a great distance. In fact if it is a
    • forces of the universe brought forth upon it the great beasts. Later,
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    • The carbohydrates have a great deal to do with shaping the human
    • there is a great difference among the carbohydrates. In foodstuffs
    • from the outset be of such a nature that a great deal of work
    • representatives of religion. A great deal is said about the soul
    • how to take hold of matter. Religion and theology talk a great deal
    • time but subsequently left us, had a great deal to say. He addressed
    • greater secrecy about it than there is when a man has stolen
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    • centuries all the great advances, as well as our social conditions,
    • as I once told you. So you see soda is of great importance to
    • connected with Mars. When we ask: What is it that has a great
    • great importance not simply to give the iron as iron, but to
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    • There is great interest in this now, because every week there are
    • dilutes it greatly, one has a tiny amount in a glass of water. One
    • greatest, then it gets less, then again greater — rhythmically.
    • been greatly occupied with this point in connection with Infantile
    • Infantile Paralysis. The subject is of great importance, since
    • is naturally a question which occupies one greatly, and I have in
    • fact given it a great deal of attention. There will probably have to
    • the earth, so that the earth in this respect is really a great living
    • passes over from the plant to the man, is of great
    • a woman begins to nurse, certain glands in the breast cause a greater
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    • a great number of lecture courses first intended to be printed privately
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    • the year by a great number of those seeking higher wisdom; and many
    • revelation even of this greatest event in the earthly evolution of man,
    • greatest, but as the very greatest of all events in the evolution of
    • something of His greatness as the most significant phenomenon in the
    • what the Johannine Christians of the Rosicrucian Society deemed of greatest
    • Christ Jesus. If the coming of Christ Jesus can be called the greatest
    • event must be the greatest and most significant as well. And what can
    • initiation, as it is called, is the greatest event for the human soul
    • human being a great and mighty event can take place that can be called
    • evolution of man we find not only this one great event, the rebirth of
    • A man must prepare himself in many different ways. And after the great
    • individual the one great incisive event, the birth of the higher ego;
    • time beyond the Christ event. There we encounter other great manifestations
    • moment to the first civilization that followed upon a great catastrophe,
    • to the ancient Indian civilization. There we find seven great and holy
    • Holy Rishis was great, but the exalted being they called Vishva Karman
    • great leader, Zarathustra, and Zarathustra spoke as follows to those
    • so, in contemplating the sun, the great sun aura is discerned — Ahura
    • Mazdao. — And it was the great sun aura that once brought forth
    • see Ahura Mazdao in what surrounded them on earth. The great moment
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    • by the great mystic Jacob Boehme which puzzles all who are not in touch
    • the great and glorious finished works he left us — there is the
    • akashic record for the great event to which we alluded yesterday,
    • Let us suppose some great
    • average. The latter feels vividly that the other is a great leader,
    • rather, that he was among the greatest figures of human life in the
    • great deal more than does an ordinary birth. In oriental writings, especially
    • is related that Queen Maya was “the image of the Great Mother”,
    • as a great initiate, and who gradually, in the light and radiance of
    • this great Being, unfolded all that otherwise man develops without this
    • event of the Christ slipping into the great initiate, as it were: the
    • of Jesus of Nazareth. And the other ego, that of a great initiate, had
    • of Nazareth had prepared himself in every respect for this great event,
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    • itself to show why the great narrators of spiritual events often expressed
    • these. A great deal can be learned from a fact of this sort; and especially
    • great spiritual facts of evolution.
    • on its way to becoming a great cosmic graveyard. — And then you
    • does the writer of the John Gospel present these great verities; and
    • designate the great cosmic planetary cycles of evolution. In the
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    • the virtue of sacrifice. But no matter how great a capacity for sacrifice
    • and then something of great importance occurred, something I shall ask
    • example, a theory is proffered to the effect that once there was a great
    • understand that spirit acts throughout the greatest spaces. And by this
    • to carry on their activity in man's inner nature. Consider the great
    • will remain above until men have reached a greater inner maturity; then
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    • be greatly astonished at the true being of that animal; for all that
    • with dense vapors composed of a great variety of substances. Pure air
    • Atlantean, because during that time the greater part of the
    • Down there, forms came into being in the greatest variety, descendants
    • however, he derived greater pleasure from things of the sense world
    • so even after the Atlantean Continent perished through the great catastrophies,
    • of the forces of the astral body greater than it should have been, as
    • members of a great organism reaching back to Abraham. If you are told,
    • of the great impulse, as we characterized it yesterday — the Christ
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    • to the existence of great leaders of mankind as far back as the epoch
    • imitative faculty. A great deal passed unconsciously from teacher to
    • great cataclysm that swept away the Atlantean Continent. Mighty elemental
    • and westward, and a great variety of settlements came into being. But
    • advanced, the greater grew the resemblance to our modern method of instruction.
    • by the great leaders of mankind exhibiting similarities to the old Atlantean
    • can now be accurately defined: to a great extent it was the same as
    • body was simply withdrawn from the greater part, at least, of the physical
    • love the physical world was a great step forward for mankind.
    • of the great holy Rishis is nonsense, foolishness, for they can make
    • on the physical plane was looked upon as maya, the great illusion;
    • and only by uplift to the great Sun Being or similar beings was the
    • but to see for themselves into the great sun aura, more drastic measures
    • the physical world was conquered to a still greater extent. Man was
    • In Greece even greater
    • He entered the sphere of the earth in which a great change was thereby
    • did his own ego exercize any influence upon it. But the great aim of
    • through a great many incarnations had become able, beginning with a
    • a mountain height, he experiences his whole past life as in a great
    • Think of the conglomeration of peoples in the great Roman Empire! That
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    • and the great Father-Spirit of the world. Only few, to be sure, could
    • with these inherited qualities. Now, you know that today a great deal
    • only when the whole immense picture focuses at the great central point,
    • Weltanschauung goes about it. We project a great picture of
    • over their material nature will gain ever greater strength. Burdened
    • and crying, but in time he will gain ever greater power over them: out
    • mankind a mere handful who were disciples of the great teachers and
    • He loved him so greatly because He had already recognized him —
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    • This means that for a long time Christ Jesus had been exercizing a great
    • one hears it mentioned that after all, there have been other great ones
    • the greatest imaginable import for Jesus of Nazareth. The four Gospels
    • Persia, had gazed up at the sun, and had addressed the great Sun Spirit as
    • of an ancient Persian initiate. Similarly I could point to a great deal
    • as in a great synthesis, the Man spirits. These were in a sense the
    • the soul mood of such initiates. From their great teachers they had
    • those who had received the Bull initiation — throughout a great
    • such an initiation. He could say, A great initiate must have passed
    • knew from his own initiation what a journey to Egypt meant to a great
    • into the roots of things; then it becomes clear that the greatest, the
    • Urchristentum, has assembled with the greatest historical accuracy
    • where the actual life of Christianity is involved. So the great philosopher
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    • 7. The greatest of the
    • receive from another as much greater, the influence one soul could exert
    • myself I am isolated; but I am a member of a great organism, of a great
    • memory is contingent upon my feeling myself a member of the great folk
    • organism that goes back to Father Abraham. I am part of the great complex,
    • ego is transient and fleeting, but not so this whole great folk organism
    • by it I conquer my temporally transient ego: I am sheltered in one great
    • of the Old Testament adherents: all the great events narrated in the
    • to His mother; and that is what He needed at this moment. Greater signs
    • her faith might be sufficiently great to produce such an effect? She
    • greater. Just as any ordinary force increases with exercise, so is
    • another: two are needed. And already here we find a greater measure
    • rejoicing and great brotherly love — clothing His injunction in
    • and Jesus was not come to them. And the sea arose by reason of a great
    • as follows: Someone who is absent possesses so great a force that it
    • the narrative embraces a great deal in between, and we must examine
    • read aright and knows what is essential senses its great and mighty
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    • have the life of the great Initiate Whom we call Jesus of Nazareth.
    • to have risen by degrees to the capacity for the great sacrifice. This
    • following, what we must endeavor to set forth in ever greater detail.
    • the great ones: who could doubt, therefore, that the mightiest one of
    • all must present the greatest difficulties? I shall presently make various
    • you will understand, too, that in the old initiations great changes
    • great a mastery over his various sheaths — even the physical body
    • dominion of the soul over what is bodily; but far greater mastery over the
    • that when this took place an area was involved far greater than the
    • a greater distance, for example, the effect will be less; but some effect
    • facts, the great and mighty influences indicated, though cryptically,
    • say yesterday that no one was greatly astonished at what occurred at
    • freer, less closely bound to the physical body. This resulted in greater
    • spirit. The power of the astral body was to become so great in the threefold
    • the sign the performance of which called for a still greater force.
    • he had received the mightiest impulse from the greatest initiator, from
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    • earth, that places his ego upon a footing of its own. Great minds who
    • great men who were close to the spiritual world only by penetrating
    • of great minds are by no means grasped by those who believe to have
    • endogamy was increasingly ignored, that a great variety of peoples were
    • great impulse has been given which enabled the Christ to imbue ever
    • discord and contention — and this will lead to even greater excesses
    • Christ impulse leads us to the comprehension of a certain great truth: In
    • come true. All this was portrayed in pregnant pictures, in great and
    • Christ — was to be the great example for humanity of a being who
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    • evolution that followed immediately upon a great and mighty catastrophe.
    • everything was surrounded by a great colored aura. That was because
    • man. After the great Atlantean catastrophe people were organized in
    • retained a great deal of the gift of clairvoyance; and what these people
    • body and the etheric body of man that differed greatly from the later
    • of rubbish about Christ. This Celsus was a great scholar, but he understood
    • from it. Even the greatest men are, of course, children of their era
    • and his greatness consists precisely in his having established God-forsaken
    • to serve science. That is a fact based on the great cosmic laws. If
    • a wholly universal Being, and commencing His great work by means of
    • was cast out of the physical body of Christ. There stands the great
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    • man falling into ever greater delusion and error concerning the outer
    • outer physical world a great variety of phenomena present themselves.
    • What do we find woven into this great delusion? Among all the phenomena
    • a large measure of suffering, death was considered the greatest suffering
    • feeling burst forth from the great soul of Buddha.
    • was originally written in a community which placed the greatest value
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    • great ones was he who had been Saul and became Paul. How far could Saul's
    • at once; of whom the greater part remain unto this present, but
    • and, inasmuch as we all belong to one great organism, we further learn
    • only need to enter this deed in the great law book of the akashic
    • the Gospel which in the beginning was best suited to convey the great
    • had gradually been lost, was gathered together in the great being of
    • have acquired a great deal in many ways. Our gain, however, has not
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    • materialism had its period of greatest development. In
    • great deal of what I shall have to say about the theoretical
    • the fact that a great majority of people still tries to cling
    • the human being has passed through the greatest variety of
    • differences will not appear to be so great in the course of
    • viewpoint, the great differences in regard to the primitive
    • holds good. For then we are obliged to admit that a great and
    • of great significance that about the middle of the nineteenth
    • stenography, they did not attach so great a value to
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    • appears as a great riddle as long as it is not observed
    • experiences of everyday life with the great extraordinary
    • in a certain greatness, must continuously take place within
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    • particular configuration, you have to picture the great
    • individuals who towered above the great mass of uneducated
    • great break between Plato and Aristotle. On the other hand,
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha, with the Mithras worship. Great were
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    • fact indicates that a change of great and far-reaching
    • fraught with a certain tragedy. After its period of great
    • Christian mystery, the full significance of which is so great
    • indeed ask questions, a great reaction set in beginning with
    • the blood. After all, it was in a great variety of phases
    • how great the possibility was for momentous words to be
    • great significance for that particular age. But just as it
    • developed out of an age of greater wisdom and ceremonial
    • For all that, he was still great; he
    • spiritual life that later became extinct was truly greater
    • too, was not without a certain greatness. When what has been
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    • great problem. We see it light up everywhere in the Gnostic
    • that, to the greatest extent possible, is hated in the
    • its greatest strength. Not by a long shot has it attained its
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    • who participated, I would like to say, with the greatest
    • Nietzsche had fallen ill. It was at that time that the great
    • prophesied a great future for him. He stands firmly on the
    • if I would predict a great future for him, if he would firmly
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    • doctrines of great significance, splendid doctrines. There
    • frozen into this doctrine, something great and mighty that
    • effort, attained to its fullest and greatest unfolding at
    • the greatest cosmic significance, turned into an external,
    • to the emergence of debates of great importance in world
    • rigid dogmas yet containing something great and mighty, these
    • confessions of the greatest variety arose as compromises
    • when I said that nowadays a great number of people love evil
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    • greater totality, and so forth. People attributed to the
    • physical body. This is the great difference that becomes
    • thus surrender to their impulses and instincts. The great
    • they can work with much greater success for the people and
    • the Theosophical Society. It points to the great initiates
    • great initiates rule the world; in turn, they themselves sit
    • Although in themselves these things were not great, if placed
    • in the right location, they appear great.
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    • century, people by and by have received a great amount of
    • outwardly which the great masses of people could receive only
    • intellectuals; the great masses of people remain untouched by
    • more elementary way even though a great variety of ideas were
    • brilliant human being, even though a great number of his
    • opposed to the great masses of the Russian people who,
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    • placed on insignificant aspects as compared to the great
    • Maistre, a personality of the greatest imaginable genius, of
    • great fusion between the element living in the Oriental
    • which then greatly influenced French thinking.
    • individuals who are viewed as great men. This is
    • for modern mankind, namely, that people today see greatness
    • side of the Channel in Great Britain and is basically
    • over in Great Britain. In France, everything proceeds from a
    • This spiritism, which in turn has a greater impact than one
    • Paris, great controversy between Cuvier and Geoffroy de
    • something of great significance.
    • great scholarly scientist, claimed that one had to be able to
    • In de Maistre we encounter the last great personality who
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    • earth with greater intensity. Yet, it is but a last, faint
    • in the womb, a great deal more is taking place than what
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    • over-abundant intellect of great intensity. Along with this
    • However great the resistance in hostile quarters, these
    • soul-spirit being only if they comprehend that great period
    • the way to an artistic grasp of things. Like a great hymn, I
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    • few weeks, I have repeatedly spoken of the great change that
    • humanity changed in a sense with one great leap.
    • something that was centuries old. Furthermore, the great
    • been passed on by word of mouth with great ease; for the
    • evidently points back to something greater and more direct. I
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    • from what it was later on. As we already know, a great change
    • three chapters of the great book by Scotus Erigena clearly
    • his book about the divisions of nature is so great and
    • The great
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    • this human body was formed out of the earth, they set great
    • felt through greater activity; the blood received greater
    • great difference between the way a person thought of a
    • by way of Spain into Europe and eventually exerted a great
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    • in greater detail a fact already well known to us, namely,
    • human being evolves to a stage of greater self-dependence.
    • during sleep is to a very great extent dependent upon his
    • great difference whether ideals are or are not embodied in
    • then lift his soul to greater and greater heights, it becomes
    • hours, they would perceive the source of a great deal in our
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    • actually of much greater significance in the general economy
    • going to sleep until that of waking has, however, a great
    • Hence he lived with far greater intensity in his physical
    • existence something that gave him greater strength than he
    • 15th century man was a self-sufficient being to a greater
    • who naturally had a great deal to do with his education,
    • in story telling’. She had not entered to any great
    • Goethe's life but also in his greatest achievements, that
    • great individuals appearing in the course of evolution, the
    • case of a great many illnesses you may ask: What must be
    • processes is, for by far the greatest part, a study of the
    • so greatly today is that the study of Spiritual Science
    • come into play. And a great many people today would actually
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    • period I have indicated, this great, all-embracing, mighty
    • Spain, to the whole of Western Europe. This great stream of
    • greatest variety.
    • lecture has very great significance for them. The whole
    • world, where great hosts of super-sensible Beings enter into
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    • man is confronted with the great
    • myself? These were the great religious questions of an
    • inevitably become a great cemetery. All moral ideals
    • quite clear that many people — in greater and greater
    • understanding of the great world-problems since they are
    • possible in the world for the things upon which the greatness
    • felt. And there is the greatest possible fear of this
    • having learnt a great deal — he has of course learnt
    • clearly much that constitutes a great and burning question in
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    • doubt of every kind. This is the cause of the great confusion
    • heard a great deal about the many possibilities of such
    • reduced to a minimum; the sting is greatly reduced.
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    • after the great Atlantean catastrophe, the gradual
    • instinctive perception in that remote past, great importance
    • certain musical talents. They attached great importance to
    • a great deal about the existence of a primordial, instinctive
    • so — great importance was attached to whether a human
    • Egypto-Chaldean epoch that the greatest importance was
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    • sets fire to Rome. Constantine the Great, aware of the
    • Barbarossa and Charles the Great. The six other stages
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    • since the Church attached great importance to this, the
    • Father. The great confusion over this dogma could only arise
    • the greatest mystery drama of all time was enacted on the
    • Fathers. That is of no great moment, but it leads to
    • something of far greater moment if we bear the following in
    • greater miracle than this, namely, that Christianity has
    • develop its greatest strength in face of bitterest
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    • connected with something of the greatest importance,
    • centuries before the Mystery of Golgotha, show great
    • true that science has made great advances in certain spheres
    • great advances”. The invention of wireless
    • and could no longer find their way back to the spirit. Great
    • Cross was the greatest boon bestowed upon mankind
    • heaviest guilt coincides with the greatest good fortune.
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    • How great is the contrast between this conception of faith,
    • every detail is of the greatest moment. All criticism is
    • which He felt arise in Him when the woman who had great faith
    • have been at great pains to elucidate this mystery by means
    • and provide for her greatest good.” Had these giants of
    • when great famine was throughout all the land; but unto none
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    • nor a great nation such as the Romans, nor even the whole of
    • something of great importance. We must bear in mind this tone
    • essentially a period when, in a brief space of time, great
    • great changes that have taken place in a short space of time,
    • impossible”. He was the first of the three great
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    • understanding of the greatest and simplest truths must be
    • great importance to the idea of faith, or trust, as an active
    • the services it has rendered to mankind, despite its great
    • in former times those conditions really did exist. Great
    • thinking is called for. And great strength of mind will be
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    • rooted in the modern outlook that many are at great pains to
    • great influence at the present time. It offers reflections
    • The great
    • especially set great store on this. Just as Christ Jesus
    • greater, Caligula or Jupiter (and for this purpose Caligula
    • greater.
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    • certain facts connected with the great impulses of cosmic
    • otherwise it would not have had so great an impact. Of
    • fundamental principles of the Roman empire, a greater
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    • murder should bring greater disaster in its train. People
    • been at great pains to misrepresent his actions in every
    • great historical movements of mankind are governed by a
    • quite the reverse. In effect he accepted one of the greatest
    • cost of great capital outlay Julian decided therefore to
    • of the greatest Church Fathers, Augustine
    • misrepresenting Goethe (the great opponent of Kant) as I
    • great erudition and downright theological sophistry.
    • failure if we belittle his great achievements, if we fail to
    • And it is of paramount importance today to recall these great
    • — herein lies his great tragedy — to reconcile
    • unwilling to face realities and this is the greatest need of
    • therefore made to ensure that the greatest uncertainty should
    • had been at great pains to preserve and perpetuate the
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    • One can hardly imagine a greater contrast than the contrast
    • the great artists of antiquity, who, to a certain extent,
    • greater importance than the evolution of dogma. For dogmas
    • were to enter into the minds of these great souls, we should
    • relation to the great cultural manifestations men are fast
    • representations.) Great as Goethe was, his ideas were greater
    • than he. That they were unable to rise to greater heights was
    • reality when the ‘Great Powers’ introduce a
    • 1917. Predicted that by the mid-twentieth century the two great
    • democracy because great wealth exercises power without
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    • me the greatest pleasure. The author is one of the few who
    • at greater length about the Mithras Mysteries if I had more
    • how Charles the Great in the “Salzburg
    • to the age in which we are born — an age of great
    • referring are for the most part those for whom I feel great
    • of all a person such as Hermann Bahr for whom I feel great
    • greater whole which will later emerge. Thus Bahr sometimes
    • have great respect and affection for Hermann Bahr I would
    • like to show that he is typical of those who find great
    • the greatest clarity of thought is called for if we wish to
    • would he the greatest calamity that could befall us today if
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    • far greater poet than Otto Ludwig and that which one is able
    • today. In reality the great Church Fathers of the
    • especially we see that his works are shot through with great
    • caused by an ice-crystal. And so it is with the great events
    • thinking, then the greatest nonsense results. Political
    • Dante's great work, the “Divine Comedy”
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    • mattered, the weight would be so great (1300 to 1500 grams)
    • not be a great success with our contemporary scholar, though
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    • great man, but he was also a great Philistine who completely
    • physical world. The great cultural defect of our time is that
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    • historical manifestations of mysticism. The great sensual
    • hen's egg. A great deal can be learned through this. Problems
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    • to a great extent in our time! Just think how fixed the
    • of its soul flow into a great cemetery.
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    • ability to grasp the great connections of mankind and of the
    • personalities into the great spiritual connections in which
    • the ideas and artistic impulses of that great period which
    • time. He attempted to lift it up to great moving impulses out
    • have been able to give the great spiritual impulses to the
    • our job to be able, in a certain sense, to allow these great
    • attempted to place these figures from the great spiritual
    • perception, still continues. One of the great tragedies of
    • that remarkable episode of the great inquisitor in front of whom
    • Then he gets the inquisition to give him a hearing. The great
    • physical body and then His being broken up by the-great
    • of time knows how I see the greatness which is in Tolstoy;
    • personality. Here we have a great spirit of the East filled
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    • be a great mistake if one were to believe that this carrying
    • great life tableau which is in front of us. Everything of
    • great-great grandmother, another from a great-great
    • greater wisdom there either. Therefore to go back to causes
    • and great-grandfathers and great-grandmothers and so on, that
    • these great-great-grandparents through 30 generations by that
    • grandmother, a great-grandfather, a great-grandmother, and
    • gives us. And unless this happens, the great world tasks will
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    • people the ether body has a much greater significance than it
    • greatest part she has grown out of the Russian Folk Soul. It
    • will only last until the next great European war which was
    • is of great significance when you methodically follow a path
    • received into her consciousness a great deal of knowledge. A
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    • Goethe, attached a great deal of importance to the fact that
    • A great deal of
    • surely contained great truths beside terrible errors. However,
    • — because you have a great deal that is also correct.
    • one of the greatest things that was ever presented. So you
    • West. That has had a great influence upon the whole spiritual
    • development of Russia since that time; a much greater
    • subject to a great deal of vanity, because there are
    • played a great role with Blavatsky. In her
    • experienced something of great significance. However, in our
    • of this 5th period a great deal will happen. This must occur
    • impart only the great lines of it and we can also learn many
    • details about it, but a great deal will only come when it has
    • will become greater and greater.
    • my dear friends, because in this domain a great deal is
    • this symbolism a great effect in their speech. Hence the
    • produce a great deal of effectiveness.
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    • there is said upon the basis of the great knowledge; however,
    • great deal to do. External materialistic science says that
    • microcosm which otherwise occur in the great macrocosmic
    • see the rather special way in which Vitruvius, the great
    • buildings and this is of great significance. It is true that
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    • contributions he has also written a great deal about
    • the different great powers of Europe to himself: Germany,
    • is able to receive a greater perspective for his life can his
    • into the great cosmic events. When the most important
    • that under the great advances and brilliance of natural
    • at the time when the great Copernicus, Kepler, Galileo are
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    • great emphasis on the fact that they go back to Egyptian and
    • see that the death of Thomas More is a great signal and you
    • processes which we are examining. This belongs to the great
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    • own accord, came together in great numbers and the Jesuit
    • necessary in a short time. This Jesuit State caused a great
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    • had those sleeping germs which appeared in the great period
    • great Zarathustra. He lives in that body until his 12th year,
    • has been prepared by the great spirit of Zarathustra also
    • in order to understand this great mystery of human evolution,
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    • time you had something great, something full of significance,
    • time was very great and important for mankind. However, since
    • great many of the ideas which I have put forth in the public
    • seer is Robert Hammerling, the great modern poet of Central
    • and therefore wrote the great satire entitled
    • Homunculus achieves a great deal. The brain, in a certain
    • realize that and to obtain an understanding of the greatness
    • The greatness of such a creation consists in the fact that
    • concept of the immensity of the greatness of the Jesus
    • figure, and with that the greatness of the Mystery of
    • for that which this great poet of the present applies as a
    • great culture bringer of our age who is solving the great
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    • True insight into the underlying causes of the Great War show that
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    • The intentions of the spirits of darkness: greatest possible
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    • these 14 lectures on the spiritual impulses behind the Great War,
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    • made great play of its intellectual progress and scientific
    • of the nineteenth century there would have been greater
    • has to be greater than purely sensual and material awareness.
    • out its impulses. It cannot yet be done to any great extent,
    • coming for eighteen months. I have looked around a great deal
    • most intense, which is where their thoughts relate to great
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    • great riddles of the age. However, many are not fully active
    • body. It has reached a great level of perfection because the
    • them an even greater impetus to work in a way that helps to
    • they nevertheless represent one great impulse — to
    • which brought conditions in which the truly great things
    • it spur us on to even greater activity; then a later attempt
    • Parliament being the great ideal in the present day and age,
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    • aspects of the great scheme of things, and this to such an
    • agitators making great words about it, or in specific
    • the greatest difficulties one can imagine. For when it comes
    • the great advances humanity has made, I think I can say that
    • one of the great problems which may arise when truths
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    • truths. Now, we have often said that it is fear of the great
    • and why should they be exposed to those great and fearsome
    • whose function in the great scheme of things is connected
    • connected with a great, important cosmic law. I could give
    • great speeches on the tremendous advances made in modern
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    • spoken of this before. That harmony was, of course, greatest
    • differs a great deal from the usual idea. We have to admit
    • right, it was great and truly in harmony in ancient Greek
    • differences between men and women were much greater at the
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    • tell you great deal. In the present age, from the fifth
    • truly great, tremendous grand visions which contained
    • great their knowledge.
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    • great deal or only little. We would have to pick it up to
    • great climax now reached in the age of materialism. The
    • not become a great man because his teacher had this
    • the education of individuals who later became great
    • and if teachers are truly conscious of the great task life
    • great deal nowadays. Instead of helping the mind of the
    • make our own. There is need for this in both the great and
    • future will dream a great deal of their pupils, for the
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    • probably amuse you a great deal and make you laugh heartily,
    • teach us a great deal; we must be awake in following events,
    • become, is right for all nations, great and small; it creates
    • the other, I merely want to show how great the contrast is.
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    • this, it will give you a great deal of understanding of the
    • which happens within the great scheme of things does also
    • consistency, and indeed its greatness, the scientific way of
    • thinking, too, is in great danger of sliding into the
    • are taken as a matter of course. Great Wilsoniades are
    • understand a great deal of the inner life of these people,
    • kind play a much greater role today than materialists are
    • surprised how great is the percentage of direct influences
    • spiritual world to a much greater extent than they are
    • revision of ideas which carried the greatest weight at the
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    • no ideals. On the contrary, it has a great many ideals which,
    • indeed ideals of great value. But the people of today are not
    • great scheme of things; they are concrete facts which have to
    • great perspectives of a social nature, which went far beyond
    • indeed have some degree of greatness in the present time,
    • great deal of trouble to encourage them to build bridges.
    • great horrors of darkness for the ahrimanic powers and a
    • you think on this, you will see that principles of great
    • become really familiar with the thought that a great many
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    • are biased, even if correct, will often cause greater
    • of course, depend a great deal on the geographical latitude
    • also great historical perspectives. You will also find it
    • holds the greatest power in the inner life. Man can only
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    • the human realm in the autumn of 1879, holds great
    • Graeco-Latin times. It has to be kept in mind that the great
    • of the great catastrophe, the spirits of darkness will make
    • account of the Spirits which serve the great cosmic scheme of
    • great future, for the whole of anthroposophy is on those
    • must be understood today when great, tremendous events happen
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    • regions. I have often drawn attention to the great
    • spiritual influences to a far greater extent than people
    • my words with great care. I am saying ‘in
    • one of the greatest affirmations of Goetheanism, is
    • the sixteenth century onwards as great and glorious
    • of humanity find it easiest to ascribe greatness and
    • great deal to do with the events of the year 1917, having
    • Greatest of spirits, mind most independent,
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    • on, I want to draw your attention to something of great
    • In the fifteenth century the earth held the greatest
    • earth held the greatest power of attraction for the
    • have to put a great deal into it if you are to arrive at
    • in the horse, considering this to be a great advance. People
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    • there was no need for man to make any great efforts to develop his
    • into the fifth Post-Atlantean epoch, he must make greater and greater
    • point of great significance.
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    • Science to-day realise to be the great issue at stake? Very much
    • impossible to imagine how greatly sinned against is the maxim that
    • course it does occur to people now and then that a great deal of
    • lying goes on in the world. No great insight is needed to discern
    • while the generalisation holds good that a great deal of lying goes
    • on in the world at the present time. No great talent is needed to
    • so, we speak to-day in so many ways of abstract ideals, of the great
    • There is no greater
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    • man in this light leads us to a knowledge of great cosmic
    • too, a certain characteristic of all the great laws of the universe.
    • a time when these peculiar joint-mechanisms and a great deal more as
    • the mysteries of the great universe. The revelations of the
    • these persons is the reincarnation of some great individuality, has
    • incarnation of a great individuality. It is merely a question of
    • part of great significance. For much of what has been going on for a
    • essential part in raising this unconsciousness greater and greater
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    • great power and glory” demands for its apprehension
    • few, but during the next three thousand years by greater and yet
    • greater numbers. In a lecture given at Basle on I st October, 1911,
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    • Strange as it may seem, there is a certain, indeed a great
    • not only to a great deal that will already be known to you from other
    • earth. We are living now in the fifth epoch following the great
    • distant past we come to the great Atlantean catastrophe by which an
    • is an age of great antiquity, the most important period of which
    • for man's nature has changed so greatly that these kingdoms must be
    • be aware that Tacitus, the great Roman historian, wrote in a
    • it is perceptible only to the eyes of spirit. There is a great deal
    • themselves in human beings as natural gifts. Great changes will take
    • The great event
    • expected great event ... this would not in the least disprove what
    • perceiving them, great things will come to pass.
    • years during which to develop these faculties in greater and greater
    • enough to grasp the great happening of the Second Coming of Christ.
    • of this great event being understood by means of faculties developing
    • this great event, to prepare them to take their rightful place in the
    • way that it will make us worthier to fulfil the great tasks and
    • fleeting indications of matters of great moment. But What has
    • therefore to conceive that when these great times arrive in the future
    • world will steadily increase. The great events of the immediate
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    • connection sheds a great deal of light upon questions such as: What
    • as the great achievements of humanity, as the fundamental
    • Elements. And it was a great advance when, through the teachings of
    • founding of Christianity. The preparation for this great event was
    • thunder, in the great revelation from the Elements of laws for men.
    • of a great, supremely gifted man of whose preaching it was said that
    • with a power as great as that of the revelation from the Elements to Moses
    • great spiritual teachings of the cosmic secrets yielded by the
    • great moments in the process of evolution is among the tasks of
    • the great impulse experienced by Moses through the vision of the
    • repetition of the event of Damascus. The great and momentous feature
    • be able to perceive the etheric body of Christ as an even greater
    • created a great sensation. In the seventeenth century a man who
    • years for a greater and greater number of human beings, there will
    • men achieve, the greater and mightier will Christ appear to them to
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    • saying this expressly — do not penetrate to any great depth.
    • This gives him a feeling of great exaltation. Now a really good
    • year as a great mystical experience.
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    • our ears. Suppose it to be some great modern city, such as London.
    • purse? Less than nothing; and the greater the debt, the more we have
    • inner negative of audibility, at this peace greater than the
    • the universe and the course of the stars. The King had the greatest
    • for love has been so greatly enhanced that any other being, whether
    • greatly men's attitude to both the natural world and the spiritual
    • man, everything he saw through his senses was a great riddle. For at the
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    • of how it leads us first to a great life-tableau, in which we see the
    • greater part of our geometry. But in the spiritual world it is the
    • little word plays such a great part in the physical world,
    • simply an appeal to men to call up in memory the greatest treasures
    • to impart to men the great truth: What is living in you lives also
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    • of daily existence, but it has the greatest imaginable significance
    • dreams have power to lead people into the greatest imaginable
    • great difficulty is to distinguish the immediate content of the
    • and then runs into great difficulties, ending in an insurmountable
    • dilettanti. Even from the standpoint of Spiritual Science the great
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    • dream-veil behind which lies the spiritual world. It makes a great
    • outward manifestation; in reality this is a great illusion. For
    • middle man there is a great deal of intermingling and for this reason we
    • leave them in the right way. Dreams can teach us a very great deal
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    • greatly enhanced.
    • in the world will find it everywhere, though in a great variety of
    • that the difficulty of holding an Imagination is not so great as in
    • greater intensity, but in words which are weightier and more
    • cross this Threshold, and we have still to speak about it in greater
    • say that, looked at from the spiritual world, people have lost a great deal
    • shall have to speak in greater detail of the characteristics of these
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    • different way. Sensation in his case was combined with greater intellectual
    • been one of the greatest geniuses of his age, but at a certain moment
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    • we shall have to speak of this in greater detail.
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    • of the Cosmos is such that even the things which shine out in the greatest
    • ourselves to be as great and all-embracing as the Cosmos itself, and
    • scope of the events which enter into earthly life. A great deal that
    • a great deal of handwriting to-day — it is hardly legible! The
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    • and rebirth, we must above all grasp the great difference between them
    • matters in civilised circles. Were one to show great consideration
    • etheric bodies, were the great Teachers of men upon Earth. And really
    • and now also to the present, and whose great representative is
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    • value our deeds have for the whole great universe.
    • the great leaders of mankind, he can then find the way over from the
    • Earth, like any great mass of rock, is somewhere resting on firm
    • there — a work far greater and more comprehensive than anything
    • great, spiritual, archetypal picture which is the spirit-germ —
    • is at first majestic and great, like the Cosmos itself. While a man is
    • mankind. Then, together with the latest great instructors, they
    • world-evolution, they were like ambassadors of the great community
    • the great Moon teachers on Earth.
    • great, momentous event we call the Mystery of Golgotha.
    • of this can really understand the Gnosis, which has been greatly
    • for intermingling the great with the trivial, but trivial symptoms can
    • sometimes throw light on the great. A few days ago I said that in
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    • island of the Earth to the great cosmic ocean in which the stars have
    • life. There is a great difference between all that tends more
    • product of world-evolution, is to a great extent broken up, even
    • all to his next earthly life, and then to the great periods in the
    • that they give the greatest stimulus to the life-force. In this way
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    • certain sense signifies the greatest crisis in the whole evolution of
    • keep to the astral body first. Before the year 333 the greater part
    • divine-spiritual Beings exercised upon man their greatest influence.
    • possible. Much that gives men the greatest pleasure rests on that,
    • sickness. Thus Christ became for mankind, in very truth, the great
    • years before the great crisis, the Mystery of Golgotha should take
    • Then, through the Mystery of Golgotha, came the great universal
    • mankind's future evolution. They were shown in great and powerful
    • first four centuries after the Mystery of Golgotha, was the great
    • when spiritual research claims that this greatest of poems, evoking
    • about the great healing of which I have spoken, had become rigidified
    • greatness underlying the frozen dogmas. The aftermath of all this is
    • become the great spiritual Phosphorus working to overcome the
    • though they knew of it only in a greatly changed and weakened form
    • A great part
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    • to us in all its greatness when we view the matter in this way.
    • the sixteenth century. This explains the great progress in the
    • that is to be the last before the next great earth catastrophe. This
    • course of evolution, there awaken in the human being ever greater
    • the century, a great number of human beings will behold the Christ as
    • an etheric form. This will constitute the great advance beyond the
    • Christ in His glory, as the form of the greatest "Ego," as the
    • spiritualized Ego-Self, as the great Teacher of human evolution in
    • Pandira? He is a great individuality who, since the time of
    • who is to become the Maitreya Buddha, changes greatly from epoch to
    • of time, before the great war of all against all, the situation will
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    • people — this can be of great value to us. I must repeatedly mention a
    • even decades. Only one who surveys great stretches of time can
    • There are really by no means such great objective reasons for a
    • will appear even in this century on the astral plane, a greater
    • The greatest of such
    • great event. This will be as follows: The old ego passes out and
    • then will he come forth as the Teacher of the Good, as a great
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    • communal consumption. This will cause a greater freedom
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    • I encountered a great
    • explain, it was an event that had great inner significance. A
    • much more than is generally realized, the one great obstacle,
    • by the great decline in the economic and political life of
    • That is why a great many people who do not want to be
    • characteristic of a great many mystics, particularly arrogant
    • have retained this spirit, however, and, greatly impressed by
    • for example in the social field, a great many party
    • the earth, they oppose each other, seeking to gather a great
    • stand outside the gates; they are viewed merely as a great
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    • being. While mankind is in great need of such knowledge, it
    • recognized by groups of men, the greatest part of his
    • There is a significant contrast. The great khans of the
    • super-sensible beings. The great khans of the present, Lenin
    • needed. And if this new spirit is not present in the great
    • our age of great affliction and bitter trials.
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    • darkness. We might describe these surfaces in a great variety
    • are greatly differentiated — namely, what streams to
    • are in the world, we must free ourselves from a great deal of
    • vivid descriptions — one who possesses a great
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    • wearing blinkers in a sense in face of the great, important
    • plan to discuss it in greater detail at the first
    • is a matter of indifference. This great contradiction
    • be considered as a great teacher. One of the most eminent
    • could pass on to posterity. There is greatness and power in
    • physical body. Thereby, however, we are exposed to two great
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    • discover that there is a greater similarity between the
    • saying by Johann Gottlieb Fichte, the great philosopher who
    • have a great deal to do with what arose out of the Western
    • Asia; that it has gone far already. People have a great
    • something that a great number of people do, in fact, speak
    • in a great majority of Europeans, they, too, have especially
    • great deal of feeling in favor of viewing life here in a
    • lives that are connected with it. The greatness of the West
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    • achievements of the Vedas, the greatness of the Bhagavad
    • that is entirely of this world, makes up the greatness of the
    • discover what was great about them. We go on repeating what
    • task today is to grasp such greatness ourselves in a
    • of Peter the Great. This is an interesting subject about
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    • of great consequence in northern Germany, where he was
    • with great difficulty into a word, which then issued forth as
    • the correspondence, of which there is a great deal, in which
    • of the great influence he had upon their soul life. The
    • great philosophers.” Rosenkranz then lists the great
    • who, in a certain respect, was a great mind, Karl Marx,
    • to be more important, and it is believed that greater
    • great services to science and because he is my former
    • a great many similar examples of academic morality, of the
    • of the swastika signifies, the sign which a great number of
    • it consciously — one should recall great minds such as
    • of the death of Leibnitz, the great European philosopher.
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    • great universe. To what purpose then is it there? You see,
    • within the scope of the great universal plan of the divine
    • written all sorts of books, and a great number of people were
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    • Nonetheless, what bestows greatness on the actual life of the
    • the starting point for greater conflicts. Now people continue
    • particularly in those people who will shoulder the greatest
    • reason it was of such great importance that the
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    • its greatest, we find that this soul life is most eminently
    • despite his greatness, distinguishes Rabindranath Tagore,
    • great chasm that I have characterized from so many points of
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    • idealists and mystics are frequently the greatest
    • were great teachers in the mystery centers whose teachers
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    • are, when, with great cleverness, we formulate paragraphs
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    • in mind, however, the great difference between our present
    • find any inclination today to investigate these great signs
    • life unfold. This inner mood of soul meant a great deal to
    • to many people. This is why the great majority of people in
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    • important for the reason that the greatest part of what
    • play; such acknowledgment should be pervaded by the greatest
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    • be assumed that today there already are a great number of
    • fact that the distress has become so great, it would have
    • to lead one to assume the same tone which a great many
    • — you will find a great similarity. You will find the
    • Stuttgart, Munich, Hamburg, or Bremen with what such great
    • just this comprehension of three-foldness by the great masses
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    • watching such a developing human being. How great will be the
    • two viewpoints together — this is the great lie in our
    • Logic was the great pride of mankind. It is already hardly
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    • concealed behind events. The great turning points in the
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • the treaty of great significance in European history.
    • the great schism between the Orthodox Church and the Church
    • Great overthrew the Langobards, Frisians and Saxons and
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • the purely anthroposophical point of view that the last great
    • cannot understand Catholicism before the great turning point
    • disputations were debated with greater intelligence than the
    • Catholicism exercised its greatest dynamic power national
    • England lays greater emphasis upon the national element, in
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • — at first not pursuing this in greater detail, for we
    • Consequently great personalities of antiquity such as
    • him from an esoteric point of view he remains a great enigma
    • Consciousness Soul. It would be the greatest misfortune and a
    • great pains (and I have alluded to this on various occasions)
    • I have been at great pains to
    • of the Revolution and Napoleon lies one of the greatest
    • great importance and may exercise considerable influence upon
    • be of the greatest political significance if it should ever
    • country. It was something of great significance, and scarcely
    • of the noblest and most liberal of minds, was greatly admired
    • when put to use, creates a greater value than its own value.
    • great difficulty, under the compulsion of circumstances,
    • and Marxist theory, but I attach great importance to the fact
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • rhetorical pronouncements — about the great scientific
    • greatest acquisitions of civilization since the fifteenth
    • greatest imaginable contrast to the emancipation of the
    • personality? — The Byzantine element. A great
    • history — that what man considers to be his greatest
    • greatest achievements, nothing is good in itself; it is only
    • of history unless we see history as a truly great teacher. We
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • cannot imagine a greater contrast than the ideas of 1840–1848
    • idea and will then substantiate it in greater detail.
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • be received with the greatest seriousness. If we wish to
    • look upon Woodrow Wilson as a great man, as a benefactor of
    • later of these matters in greater detail. It would have been
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    • the greatest admiration for the Grand Duchess Sophie of the
    • wrote in later years. People found the greatest difficulty in
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • of the greatest importance and which many today still regard
    • personalities exercised the greatest influence upon his
    • something great and grandiose, the great modern impulse which
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • question and of course it created a great stir. It raised
    • who are animated by the desire to show still greater devotion
    • higher value and greater importance, saying:
    • greater service and praise, to imitate Thee in enduring all
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    • In these lectures, Steiner surveys some of the great developments in
    • hoisted its Banner under the leadership of Charles the Great
    • lodges, there is nevertheless great similarity in their mode
    • different religions. He found that they had a great deal in
    • associated with an awareness of the great evolutionary
    • scattered throughout the world are the greatest impediment to
    • death is the great leveller; for knowledge, even as death,
    • it is the Germans themselves who have shown the greatest
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    • what is available in order to attain the greatest possible
    • be greatest if the economic life were arranged on an
    • less to itself has evolved in such a way as to produce great
    • they make a great fuss about it) by letting it be played
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    • we mean this, we are making a great mistake; for the results
    • think that we are making a great mistake. Spiritual Science
    • a great deal, but if he still only thinks in the same way as
    • greater in the age of the evolution of the Spiritual Soul
    • Belief. And so on. Berdiayeff regards this as a great failing
    • the rise of Bolshevism with great discomfort. Well, in that