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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • gradually into the soul. On the other hand, however, another impulse,
    • confusion over mankind that will gradually become greater and greater
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • gradually into the soul. On the other hand, however, another impulse,
    • confusion over mankind that will gradually become greater and greater
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • always the individual vowels which are placed in various ways in front
    • world before birth, or before conception, gradually evolved out of the
    • planted trees in a beautifully artistic order. Each individual tree
    • point. Take all the individual things — all that resounds from the
    • experience, melts away. If we look upon Man and gradually learn to
    • have an individual human being in front of us, but this individual is
    • consciousness in an abstract way by consecrating individual days to
    • men were led through grammar into the mystery of the individual
    • biographies we find nothing of all this. Only when in every individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • always the individual vowels which are placed in various ways in front
    • world before birth, or before conception, gradually evolved out of the
    • planted trees in a beautifully artistic order. Each individual tree
    • point. Take all the individual things — all that resounds from the
    • experience, melts away. If we look upon Man and gradually learn to
    • have an individual human being in front of us, but this individual is
    • consciousness in an abstract way by consecrating individual days to
    • men were led through grammar into the mystery of the individual
    • biographies we find nothing of all this. Only when in every individual
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • in this way we gradually succeed in wresting our soul-spiritual being
    • thinking; but now we know that we have been outside it. We gradually
    • hinder the gradual ripening of the core of the human soul as it
    • revered as outstanding individuals. People of today who try to be
    • methods I have described, it was possible for certain individuals to
    • Mankind changes as each individual goes from life to life in
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • in this way we gradually succeed in wresting our soul-spiritual being
    • thinking; but now we know that we have been outside it. We gradually
    • hinder the gradual ripening of the core of the human soul as it
    • revered as outstanding individuals. People of today who try to be
    • methods I have described, it was possible for certain individuals to
    • Mankind changes as each individual goes from life to life in
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • gradually be spoken both by the living and by the dead, by those who
    • shall gradually progress. In order to understand how the living will
    • gradually be able to establish a kind of communication with those who
    • crystal lie infinite possibilities. Anthroposophists will gradually
    • concealed within things will gradually unfold. If human beings
    • gradually develop this feeling they will discover quite independently
    • person is speaking within their soul. They will gradually learn to
    • our understanding, but also to our feelings. Thus we gradually learn
    • gradual process. We really die slowly and gradually from the moment of
    • away; but what is formed there as a primal image which gradually
    • soul will gradually acquire a feeling for the many things which exist
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    • gradually be spoken both by the living and by the dead, by those who
    • shall gradually progress. In order to understand how the living will
    • gradually be able to establish a kind of communication with those who
    • crystal lie infinite possibilities. Anthroposophists will gradually
    • concealed within things will gradually unfold. If human beings
    • gradually develop this feeling they will discover quite independently
    • person is speaking within their soul. They will gradually learn to
    • our understanding, but also to our feelings. Thus we gradually learn
    • gradual process. We really die slowly and gradually from the moment of
    • away; but what is formed there as a primal image which gradually
    • soul will gradually acquire a feeling for the many things which exist
  • 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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    • Christian era does one find individual men of personal importance in
    • individuals do not stand out from that which underlies those streams.
    • individuals as such standing out as entirely spiritual and living.
    • individuality, upon each personality. In these last three thousand
    • the fact that separate individuals now feel the need of taking part in
    • into spiritual development, gradually absorbing the Greek and uniting
    • wisdom, Greek feeling, and Greek art slowly and gradually uniting
    • connection between the individual human self and this all-mighty
    • individual soul carrying on its development in the world enclosed
    • Attention is not so much directed to the individual soul; this is
    • thought of like the individual soul itself as coming from Eternity.
    • which the soul can as yet clothe itself individually, is Budhi. So
    • soul can then become more and more individual, is Ahamkara. This
    • which the soul, more or less, preserves its individuality or else is
    • oneself to Yoga means a gradual awakening of the higher forces of the
    • him about the path that leads the individual pupil to the heights
    • space and the distances of time, but living as a single Individual, as
    • existence, and how individual man develops within it. That is
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • only re-acquire gradually by means of the spiritual organs which we
    • gradually changed in the East, through the alteration in oriental
    • what thus existed in the universe, not yet individualised or
    • certain individualisation, the form of Ahamkara appears as completely
    • which then exist in the world individually. If we want to obtain a
    • Ahamkara, of the already individualised form of each separate
    • underlies human individuality, which brings it about that man not only
    • individuality. Ahamkara brings this about. Then come the higher
    • according to the three states of Sattva, Rajas, Tamas. So gradually,
    • clairvoyance had gradually diminished, and one had to seek new ways to
    • Blood. But mankind gradually advanced in its evolution, from that
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • individuality the world can gain nothing.
    • an individual element to retire more into the background and on
    • as an individual man, and speaks with the mouth of a man once in every
    • individual limitations of his own being and is merged in the ALL
    • might come about through gradual stages of initiation; it would then
    • the small everyday man, so is Krishna to the individual man.
  • 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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    • possibility of developing itself. Development of an individual
    • individual, as if in compensation for what he has taken away from him,
    • Then to the individual he was the one who for the times of devotion,
    • by Krishna to his only individual pupil Arjuna as a payment on
    • must that become which Krishna gives to his single individual pupil?
    • those in which the single individual pupil makes reply. Thus Krishna
    • however, gave one individual a compensation for that which was going
    • individual part of the soul of every man. The Sankhya philosophy only
    • says of this that there is an individual soul-part which is related
    • Soul then stands up against Soul, the individual soul in universal
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • given to one person individually, for they are in reality exactly what
    • therefore an individual matter; something which the great Teacher
    • addresses to one individual alone. It is a different thing when we
    • mankind. That which Krishna can give must be given to each individual.
    • an act for the individual soul alone; but we must think of the whole
    • the force which individual men possess; but there is one God Who works
    • Then Paul speaks of the force that can prevail in the individual but
    • in one individual as the life-force in every one of his limbs, and yet
    • amongst the community, and that the members as individuals, must work
    • directed to one individual, but in reality applies to every man if he
    • At that time men were less individualised, one could assume that for
    • confronted mankind when individuals were becoming differentiated, when
    • which lives in no man as a separate individual, although it may be
    • spiritual world, possessed of their own particular individuality,
    • no matter how individualised he may be, is the Christ, Who is in the
    • St. Paul must speak differently. He really speaks to each individual,
    • and it is a question of individual development whether, according to
    • raise the soul individually, as a separate being; in Christianity,
    • extend to each individual and every human society for their welfare.
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • view, however justifiable it may be in individual cases, is, in a certain
    • statement that the Bible was written by a single individual, whether Moses or
    • historical investigation, how the fragments had been gradually pieced
    • soul may gradually be led up into the higher worlds through certain definite
    • individual Biblical ‘Authorities.’ The only qualified expositor of
    • Now, however, he understands what once escaped him, and he gradually works
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • view, however justifiable it may be in individual cases, is, in a certain
    • statement that the Bible was written by a single individual, whether Moses or
    • historical investigation, how the fragments had been gradually pieced
    • soul may gradually be led up into the higher worlds through certain definite
    • individual Biblical ‘Authorities.’ The only qualified expositor of
    • Now, however, he understands what once escaped him, and he gradually works
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • gradually discovering man's place in the life of the cosmos, and on
    • knowledge that has an individual-personal bearing. If we did not
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • began, very gradually, to be unfolded in Greece,
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • we gradually perfect our actions we finally succeed in sending
    • laid that which comes from the individual egohood, and the seed is
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • some individuals. Legends have preserved for us the manner in which
    • is a time when the karma of a particular individual can facilitate
    • not as an individual but as a Frenchman — of what it is to be French.
    • century is necessary so that the Christ principle can gradually spread
    • at first a few, and gradually more and more souls will know that the
    • bodies that are residual from Western Europe. The spiritual eye would
    • historic necessity. When that is understood the individual causes do
    • individuality is elsewhere; it goes its own way, but the ether body
    • along as their individuality, which they retain during their lives
    • individuals and who admonish us to emulate their own belief in the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • some individuals. Legends have preserved for us the manner in which
    • is a time when the karma of a particular individual can facilitate
    • not as an individual but as a Frenchman — of what it is to be French.
    • century is necessary so that the Christ principle can gradually spread
    • at first a few, and gradually more and more souls will know that the
    • bodies that are residual from Western Europe. The spiritual eye would
    • historic necessity. When that is understood the individual causes do
    • individuality is elsewhere; it goes its own way, but the ether body
    • along as their individuality, which they retain during their lives
    • individuals and who admonish us to emulate their own belief in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • Sin which still persisted in the human astral body was handed down by gradual
    • Yet we attribute greatness to individuals in whom the idea of liberty,
    • this will happen to certain individuals before the middle of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • Sin which still persisted in the human astral body was handed down by gradual
    • Yet we attribute greatness to individuals in whom the idea of liberty,
    • this will happen to certain individuals before the middle of the
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • development in connection with individual souls passing through these
    • evolution of the individual soul members as we differentiate them, is
    • with the gradual incorporation of the human ego. For this
    • the actual Earth evolution, but something to which he will gradually
    • soul being; He is fitted to lead the individual soul-being of man more
    • explanation of these words of Christ, and that we shall only gradually
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    • development in connection with individual souls passing through these
    • evolution of the individual soul members as we differentiate them, is
    • with the gradual incorporation of the human ego. For this
    • the actual Earth evolution, but something to which he will gradually
    • soul being; He is fitted to lead the individual soul-being of man more
    • explanation of these words of Christ, and that we shall only gradually
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • his development gradually took its course out of this former shadowy
    • now we are gradually approaching a time when we shall be able to see
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • his development gradually took its course out of this former shadowy
    • now we are gradually approaching a time when we shall be able to see
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • spiritual Individuality, Christian Rosenkreutz, of whom the members
    • this mysterious Individuality, all the occult truths gathered in the
    • said concerning the Individuality known to us as “Jesus of
    • do not speak otherwise than we — the loftiest Individuality is
    • that of the Bodhisattva. One such Bodhisattva was the Individuality
    • This is the highest Individuality recognised by Oriental occultism.
    • the Individualities of the Bodhisattva and the Buddha. The consequence
    • only perceive the Individuality of a Bodhisattva. A Bodhisattva was,
    • Matthew. A Bodhisattva-Individuality, the successor of Gautama Buddha,
    • Bodhisattva-Individuality was incarnated in him. But because her
    • is usual in theosophical circles. It speaks of an Individuality who
    • do not deny it. Or do we deny that a great Individuality dwelt in that
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • the male and the female, and then a gradual development into the
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • recognise the kingdom of spiritual law and gradually to learn to speak
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • that consciousness as it is at present, developed only by very gradual
    • In the course of the next three thousand years, men will gradually
    • manifold ways in the life of the individual. In the little book, The
    • individual human being from the twenty-first to the twenty-eighth
    • individual between the twenty-eighth and thirty-fifth years. This is a
    • there can be a turning-point in the life of the individual between the
    • earthly existence, the individual faces at one and the same time a
    • process of “withering.” In the individual human life at this
    • Now in the life of the individual there is something irregular —
    • Individualities in world-evolution who rise from the rank of
    • that in the royal son of King Suddhodana there dwelt an Individuality
    • Christians were to say that an Individuality might appear as the
    • and holy to each individual ... these are the two factors which make
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • being — the single individual — participates in this general
    • begins, gradually and perceptibly to ascend once again to the
    • Individuality who passes through the different incarnations, ascending
    • which the rank of “Buddha” is attained Such an Individuality
    • the great leaders, the East points to the Individuality who passes
    • — not the “individuality” who passes through repeated
    • its attention more to the onward progress of the Individuality from
    • namely, the development of the Individuality within the single
    • finds that the same Individuality who once worked in Elijah and later
    • Raphael, in Novalis, the same Individuality lived and worked. In
    • provide, in incarnations yet to come. Thus does the Individuality bear
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • arose only very gradually during the Graeco-Latin epoch. I have told
    • In the kingdom of the animals we see the individual forms coming into
    • kingdom, the individual plants appear and disappear, but behind them
    • the individual human Spirit. What will remain as the highest substance
    • compassion and conscience are gradually made manifest. The countenance
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • THE SIGNATURE OF HUMAN EVOLUTIONTHE ADVANCING INDIVIDUALITY
    • the descent to the physical plane and now there must be a gradual
    • Spirit-Self will gradually be imbued into culture. In that development
    • gradually unfolded but, strangely enough, the faculty for gazing into
    • was gradually instilled into man, leading him to the entirely new
    • As men lived on gradually into the age of Kaliyuga, into the Third
    • focus its main attention on the Individuality who passes through the
    • and more to the onflowing life of the Individuality. I have spoken of
    • Individuality in Elijah, John the Baptist, Raphael, Novalis.
    • and the individuality of the child really studied (it is not a matter
    • individualities in the spiritual world who were connected with human
    • things of the kind nowadays, but men will gradually become aware that
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • conditions. Man acquired it gradually; or rather, it was bestowed
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • individuality of form, of gesture, facial expression, and so on —
    • individuality. We must therefore ask: What is the principle underlying
    • the distinction to be made among the individual forms of men in the
    • their characteristic qualities, and individual human beings take on
    • the individuality who passes on from one incarnation to another. This
    • individuality. Anyone with a knowledge of Spiritual Science, if he
    • family, more and more strongly individual lineaments of face, head,
    • the extent to which the individuality has impressed upon his
    • individual. (The point that has been developed today has been dealt
    • becomes more and more of an individual, develops his individuality. We
    • development of the individuality during Earth-evolution: consciousness
    • definition of the individuality and man gradually divests himself of
    • more a matter individual to each one; they will have greater inner
    • teachers, but even in those days, leadership was gradually becoming an
    • Individuality, so does the path to the spiritual worlds taken by human
    • beings become more and more their individual concern. It is the duty
    • power of judgment. In that the individual human being is all the time
    • authority of external leadership will gradually lose its weight. It is
    • to individual reason and judgment must never be excluded. It is a very
    • said that the same Individuality was present in Elijah, John the
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    • The Advancing Individuality.
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • find its way to souls who, through constant testing, gradually become
    • Initiation along which souls were gradually to be made ready for the
    • significance, not as a concern of the single individual whose goal, as
    • The salvation of the individuality passing onwards and unfolding
    • Without overthrowing anything at all, gradually laying stone upon
    • adopted the terminology current among the Theosophists, gradually
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    • wandered out of the west into the regions that have gradually
    • under the special guidance of great individualities, through Europe to
    • Particularly in those days mankind was led by high individualities who
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    • would gradually disappear from his sight, but to his clairvoyant eye
    • itself into a plant. We will gradually understand how these points
    • this, what was formerly a unity appears as a duality, as two cosmic
    • were still contained in it. But the being that was then gradually
    • So, our earth evolved from a unity to a duality to a trinity: sun,
    • epoch, our earth gradually entered a condition that could produce the
    • swimming, floating mass. Only gradually did he develop a bony system.
    • was for Indian consciousness summed up as a single high individuality
    • primeval past as the attitude of the Indian; while the duality
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    • Today we must gradually penetrate a little more into the souls of the
    • catastrophe; on the contrary, what remained was gradually carried over
    • extraordinarily large. This etheric body varied among individuals, but
    • Certain parts were transformed, and gradually the most advanced pupils
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    • the separation of the sun did the animals gradually appear. The earth
    • compare it with a primeval etheric mist. This mist then gradually
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    • the moon gradually withdrew became the world-conception and the
    • how the earth itself gradually evolved during these times. We shall
    • gradually, only when the moon had begun to withdraw. We must keep this
    • primeval etheric mist, there gradually took shape a shining ball of
    • thick, heavy mist, which gradually became more refined. The earth of
    • the plant-man had to descend gradually into the water-earth. This
    • plant-form a being gradually evolved that stood at the stage of the
    • primeval duality. Warmth penetrated into the upper part of the earth
    • more, and the firm mineral kernel gradually evolved. On the one hand,
    • water, became more and more similar to our air. The earth gradually
    • thinner. Later, much later, air developed out of this, and gradually
    • air were two brothers for him; they had become a duality for him. All
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    • if we should observe the astral nature of the individual moon-beings
    • shines upon the moon in such a way that the latter gradually turns its
    • been no duality of sex. There had been only a human being who was both
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 8
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    • the centaur. The various parts of the body, the members that gradually
    • predominated, as the human shape gradually constructed itself out of
    • the full human form, and this gradually transmuted itself into the
    • How was it possible that gradually just these two forms evolved? This
    • When the stage of the Balance had been passed, there gradually evolved
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    • head-consciousness of today. Gradually he lost the capacity of
    • Thus night gradually grew dark for man in Atlantis, while
    • world, but he also inserted his own self, his spiritual individuality,
    • world as far as his own individuality. The last Will and Testament was
    • individuality, had brought the spiritual down to the physical plane.
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    • to be an extraordinarily high individuality. The Gospel of John
    • bit by bit, gradually working out their form. We have seen how, when
    • functions appeared in man. Then, too, as the human individuality
    • astral body. As the ego gradually evolved in these three bodies, it
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    • in evolution. The individuality of Wotan, for example, takes such a
    • gradually. At first, only man was present. Then the animal kingdom was
    • world evolution, they knew precisely how the individual organs of the
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 12
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    • condition in such a way that he gradually refined his body and
    • achieved the development of individuality. We can follow this
    • as there portrayed, we see how the consciousness of the individual is
    • This consciousness is still so strong that the individual seeks
    • individual physical existence, but one really had to traverse all that
    • single individualities among the people, far more so than a single
    • briefly the connection between the folk-soul and the individuals.
    • If we think of the single individuals, the single egos, as little
    • beings. But one who observes these single individualities spiritually
    • in the individual spiritual radiations; therein he recognized the
    • property of the individual soul. This is indicated for us in the
    • individual form of the spiritual that permeates the world.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • individuals, but we can do nothing as regards the will. By cultivating
    • individuals are always fully awake in waking life. We must always be
    • vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings differ
    • individual of lower moral principles, the streams are quite different
    • from what is observable in an individual of noble principles.
    • investigation of recent years, undertaken by individuals among genuine
    • If this comes to pass, individuals will be able to receive and
    • number of individuals through a form of natural clairvoyance. Then in
    • century. A number of individuals will see the Etheric Christ and will
    • preparation is being made for this — that some individual here
    • insignificant compared with the blessing bestowed upon the individual
    • it must gradually become known. By understanding the process of
    • be immoral will be possible only for individuals who are goaded in
    • individuals who teach morality and at the same time sustain its
    • forced to do this; it will lie in the free will of each individual.
    • development gives no intimation of the nature of the individuality
    • residues will gradually dissolve into the universal ether. On Venus
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • individuals, but we can do nothing as regards the will. By cultivating
    • individuals are always fully awake in waking life. We must always be
    • vary greatly in different individuals. Sleeping human beings differ
    • individual of lower moral principles, the streams are quite different
    • from what is observable in an individual of noble principles.
    • investigation of recent years, undertaken by individuals among genuine
    • If this comes to pass, individuals will be able to receive and
    • number of individuals through a form of natural clairvoyance. Then in
    • century. A number of individuals will see the Etheric Christ and will
    • preparation is being made for this — that some individual here
    • insignificant compared with the blessing bestowed upon the individual
    • it must gradually become known. By understanding the process of
    • be immoral will be possible only for individuals who are goaded in
    • individuals who teach morality and at the same time sustain its
    • forced to do this; it will lie in the free will of each individual.
    • development gives no intimation of the nature of the individuality
    • residues will gradually dissolve into the universal ether. On Venus
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • consequences which appear in any individual man to a greater or lesser
    • This underlying feeling must be gradually developed; this must be
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • consequences which appear in any individual man to a greater or lesser
    • This underlying feeling must be gradually developed; this must be
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • own individual case. If one lectures to many people, one can only speak in
    • who admits that his pain is inflicted upon himself by his own individuality
    • how, toward the middle of our lives, the ascending growth-line gradually
    • ourselves and gradually move from the less wise man in us, who is split off
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    • own individual case. If one lectures to many people, one can only speak in
    • who admits that his pain is inflicted upon himself by his own individuality
    • how, toward the middle of our lives, the ascending growth-line gradually
    • ourselves and gradually move from the less wise man in us, who is split off
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • The human being will gradually learn to develop this deep, significant
    • individuality of our friend whom, objectively and because of her
    • We can work up gradually to such a deep understanding of the Mystery
    • regardless of nation and religion. May many gradually find the way to
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    • The human being will gradually learn to develop this deep, significant
    • individuality of our friend whom, objectively and because of her
    • We can work up gradually to such a deep understanding of the Mystery
    • regardless of nation and religion. May many gradually find the way to
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • remind us of man's individual accordance or discordance with it, but that
    • gradually overcome their egoism; whereas they would probably find it hard
    • would prompt the individual to say: In me there dwells a central core of
    • to connect his fortune with his ego, with his individuality. Yet, even if he
    • two worlds, an outer and an inner. You may call it dualism, but the very way
    • that man transforms semblance into reality shows us that this dualism is
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    • remind us of man's individual accordance or discordance with it, but that
    • gradually overcome their egoism; whereas they would probably find it hard
    • would prompt the individual to say: In me there dwells a central core of
    • to connect his fortune with his ego, with his individuality. Yet, even if he
    • two worlds, an outer and an inner. You may call it dualism, but the very way
    • that man transforms semblance into reality shows us that this dualism is
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    • All this goes on gradually throughout the period of life between the
    • it gradually decays. (This may not be a very beautiful expression, by
    • individualized.
    • gradually into the organs. It slides into the organs. This way of
    • permeated gradually, through and through, with that which man brings
    • more intense. Gradually these forms disappear, they slide into the
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    • All this goes on gradually throughout the period of life between the
    • it gradually decays. (This may not be a very beautiful expression, by
    • individualized.
    • gradually into the organs. It slides into the organs. This way of
    • permeated gradually, through and through, with that which man brings
    • more intense. Gradually these forms disappear, they slide into the
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    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • carried out. It would show further the individual awaking to the need of
    • the voice of the in-dwelling soul, and the individual is led to ask: what
    • tasks and daily life, it brings to the individual the element of religious
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • us, so to speak. They are present in the soul as soon as the individual has
    • Now the individuals who unite to form the Anthroposophical Society are in
    • paralysis of certain soul forces would gradually bring about a state of
    • after a while. It might persist in the case of individuals who were being
    • Deubler as an individual we can well feel admiration. He became a
    • science, contact with spiritual life, and with the individual, in-dwelling
    • their just due, is yet unable to recognize their limitations. Individual
    • of this nebula is supposed gradually to have fashioned the planetary system
    • individual soul life of bringing this same soul life into a kind of
    • in a more individual manner. However, as a result of the earthly forces no
    • previous lecture. If we are to draw near to any dead individual, the impulse
    • “spiritual eye,” prompted by the will of the dead individual, just
    • and contains answers desired by the individuals who feel, in the manner
    • religious confession of anyone. The fact that one individual leans to one
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    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • carried out. It would show further the individual awaking to the need of
    • the voice of the in-dwelling soul, and the individual is led to ask: what
    • tasks and daily life, it brings to the individual the element of religious
    • human being attain the ability to adjust individual soul life to the change.
    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • us, so to speak. They are present in the soul as soon as the individual has
    • Now the individuals who unite to form the Anthroposophical Society are in
    • paralysis of certain soul forces would gradually bring about a state of
    • after a while. It might persist in the case of individuals who were being
    • Deubler as an individual we can well feel admiration. He became a
    • science, contact with spiritual life, and with the individual, in-dwelling
    • their just due, is yet unable to recognize their limitations. Individual
    • of this nebula is supposed gradually to have fashioned the planetary system
    • individual soul life of bringing this same soul life into a kind of
    • in a more individual manner. However, as a result of the earthly forces no
    • previous lecture. If we are to draw near to any dead individual, the impulse
    • “spiritual eye,” prompted by the will of the dead individual, just
    • and contains answers desired by the individuals who feel, in the manner
    • religious confession of anyone. The fact that one individual leans to one
    • Maximum number of matches per file exceeded.
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    • and honors the dignity of man and the respect for the individual more
    • suggest. It is left entirely to the judgment of the individual to what
    • the individual what task he sets before his soul and spirit; the
    • case in which an individual is far advanced on his path of evolution
    • different and much shorter in the case of an individual who in a
    • individual, it is as a rule not advisable to seek mystic development
    • Human individuality and that of cosmic beings is profound,
    • like this comes about and is experienced. These individual rules must
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    • and honors the dignity of man and the respect for the individual more
    • suggest. It is left entirely to the judgment of the individual to what
    • the individual what task he sets before his soul and spirit; the
    • case in which an individual is far advanced on his path of evolution
    • different and much shorter in the case of an individual who in a
    • individual, it is as a rule not advisable to seek mystic development
    • Human individuality and that of cosmic beings is profound,
    • like this comes about and is experienced. These individual rules must
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    • external injuries intervene, an individual should be basically
    • organization suffciently. Then in this individual there will
    • with the physical organization. An individual can be born in such a
    • individuals we can already see the consequences of this from
    • become too strong. In such pale, lanky individuals we must strive to
    • In such individuals
    • lives in individual plants. Then we will also know how the different
    • large scale, for example, for us to ensure that individuals who might
    • how the breakdown processes first resist and then only gradually
    • chlorine on the other work in the human organism. For each individual
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    • external injuries intervene, an individual should be basically
    • organization suffciently. Then in this individual there will
    • with the physical organization. An individual can be born in such a
    • individuals we can already see the consequences of this from
    • become too strong. In such pale, lanky individuals we must strive to
    • In such individuals
    • lives in individual plants. Then we will also know how the different
    • large scale, for example, for us to ensure that individuals who might
    • how the breakdown processes first resist and then only gradually
    • chlorine on the other work in the human organism. For each individual
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    • the eyes and tangible for the hands. Man becomes gradually ever more
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    • the eyes and tangible for the hands. Man becomes gradually ever more
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    • conditions different from those of today. Just as in the individual
    • The following question now arises. What stage in the individual life
    • physical substance. The wonderful mystery of man's gradual
    • humanity's evolution corresponds to the point in the individual life
    • years in the life of an individual man. The individual man may use a
    • thirtieth to thirty-fifth years in the life of the individual man. In
    • longer receive because individual human nature had lost the capacity
    • the life of the individual human being. In his thirtieth year of life
    • however, concerns not only the individual human being but the whole
    • human evolution. What the individual human being experiences after his
    • the beginning of our era. Humanity, which unlike the individual human
    • must gradually enter into human evolution, which they will the more
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    • conditions different from those of today. Just as in the individual
    • The following question now arises. What stage in the individual life
    • physical substance. The wonderful mystery of man's gradual
    • humanity's evolution corresponds to the point in the individual life
    • years in the life of an individual man. The individual man may use a
    • thirtieth to thirty-fifth years in the life of the individual man. In
    • longer receive because individual human nature had lost the capacity
    • the life of the individual human being. In his thirtieth year of life
    • however, concerns not only the individual human being but the whole
    • human evolution. What the individual human being experiences after his
    • the beginning of our era. Humanity, which unlike the individual human
    • must gradually enter into human evolution, which they will the more
  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • individuality, in the bosom of the Divine First Cause, but at that
    • individualized, like the water by the sponges.
    • individualized Divinity is to be found in each of us human beings.
    • connected — his family, his nation, etc. A nation's separate individuals
    • individual who is to achieve a higher spiritual development, to unfold his
    • to a family or nation, stirring one to feel relationships with individual
    • and to establish himself as a separate individual in his family, in his folk,
    • family, but stands out as a special individuality within the folk, the
    • of what is individual and personal in man.
    • and the next. On the other hand, faults of a more individual nature, a
    • The higher soul, or individuality, can commit faults within the ego. These
    • man's attaining independence. To rise gradually, in full consciousness, to
    • The Paradise story shows the individual placed in a position to sin just by
    • having become an individual, a really independent being. Whereas
    • independent individuality derive wholly from himself. The eating of the
    • in which it is individually and personally at fault.
    • quaternary and the higher triad — so that you can say: In individual man
    • gradual development transmuted his own being into what Christianity
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    • individuality, in the bosom of the Divine First Cause, but at that
    • individualized, like the water by the sponges.
    • individualized Divinity is to be found in each of us human beings.
    • connected — his family, his nation, etc. A nation's separate individuals
    • individual who is to achieve a higher spiritual development, to unfold his
    • to a family or nation, stirring one to feel relationships with individual
    • and to establish himself as a separate individual in his family, in his folk,
    • family, but stands out as a special individuality within the folk, the
    • of what is individual and personal in man.
    • and the next. On the other hand, faults of a more individual nature, a
    • The higher soul, or individuality, can commit faults within the ego. These
    • man's attaining independence. To rise gradually, in full consciousness, to
    • The Paradise story shows the individual placed in a position to sin just by
    • having become an individual, a really independent being. Whereas
    • independent individuality derive wholly from himself. The eating of the
    • in which it is individually and personally at fault.
    • quaternary and the higher triad — so that you can say: In individual man
    • gradual development transmuted his own being into what Christianity
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    • in a half-sleeping state. He has gradually to learn to feel himself as
    • receive the Impulse into himself gradually. The Divine Impulse of love
    • that has crept into the world, and man can gradually become a
    • was to penetrate into him gradually by way of blood-relationship; it
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    • in a half-sleeping state. He has gradually to learn to feel himself as
    • receive the Impulse into himself gradually. The Divine Impulse of love
    • that has crept into the world, and man can gradually become a
    • was to penetrate into him gradually by way of blood-relationship; it
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    • brought with Him the forces whereby this consciousness can gradually
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    • brought with Him the forces whereby this consciousness can gradually
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    • understood today, it will be gradually realized how necessary it is to look
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    • understood today, it will be gradually realized how necessary it is to look
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    • deeply sensible of this, and you will find that gradually, point for
    • living substance, and in which a nervous system gradually becomes
    • Blood is, therefore, an expression of the individualized etheric body,
    • individualized astral body. And it is this individualizing which
    • The Principle that individualizes the etheric body.
    • Just as these two latter principles have been individualized, so will
    • body, serving to build it up, also become individualized; but in our
    • individual Will, to come into life. A being in whom this process had
    • world, the individual body is formed according to the pictures of the
    • In earlier times tribes held aloof from each other, and the individual
    • the individuality of a people may be destroyed if, when colonizing,
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    • deeply sensible of this, and you will find that gradually, point for
    • living substance, and in which a nervous system gradually becomes
    • Blood is, therefore, an expression of the individualized etheric body,
    • individualized astral body. And it is this individualizing which
    • The Principle that individualizes the etheric body.
    • Just as these two latter principles have been individualized, so will
    • body, serving to build it up, also become individualized; but in our
    • individual Will, to come into life. A being in whom this process had
    • world, the individual body is formed according to the pictures of the
    • In earlier times tribes held aloof from each other, and the individual
    • the individuality of a people may be destroyed if, when colonizing,
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    • and they could only transform it gradually. The animals could transform
    • of all discover the Christ, and in His following we shall gradually
    • strength to make of us individual human beings.
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    • and they could only transform it gradually. The animals could transform
    • of all discover the Christ, and in His following we shall gradually
    • strength to make of us individual human beings.
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    • meant to be taken pragmatically, gradually comes to carry conviction
    • professional pursuits, his etheric body is gradually weakened. Precisely
    • There is a good exercise for gradually curing such forgetfulness.
    • gradually disappears.”
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    • meant to be taken pragmatically, gradually comes to carry conviction
    • professional pursuits, his etheric body is gradually weakened. Precisely
    • There is a good exercise for gradually curing such forgetfulness.
    • gradually disappears.”
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    • to the cell. Gradually histology, the study of tissues and cells, has
    • we are permitted to gradually look into the human being and gain
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    • to the cell. Gradually histology, the study of tissues and cells, has
    • we are permitted to gradually look into the human being and gain
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    • individual that the post office must be fitted to the amount of business,
    • gradually becomes richer and more intense. For what makes thought
    • from one day to another are thought forces, and we gradually become
    • inner thought activity. If this is done, we gradually become aware of the
    • world in quite a different way. Gradually his attitude towards things and
    • decisive for us. We should gradually learn to think objectively, not
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    • individual that the post office must be fitted to the amount of business,
    • gradually becomes richer and more intense. For what makes thought
    • from one day to another are thought forces, and we gradually become
    • inner thought activity. If this is done, we gradually become aware of the
    • world in quite a different way. Gradually his attitude towards things and
    • decisive for us. We should gradually learn to think objectively, not
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    • happened is a gradual advance in the streaming of the forces of the
    • if we remember, when we see a child beginning to speak and gradually
    • brought to higher consciousness how the Christ-Impulse gradually
    • The child, too, thinks in pictures. It was only gradually given to
    • If our thinking is gradually to be brought more and more into order,
    • gradually to work upon him. At the present time there is something
    • will be made smooth through the Christ-Impulse gradually drawing into man's
    • Science, what it means for the full development of the individual soul
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    • happened is a gradual advance in the streaming of the forces of the
    • if we remember, when we see a child beginning to speak and gradually
    • brought to higher consciousness how the Christ-Impulse gradually
    • The child, too, thinks in pictures. It was only gradually given to
    • If our thinking is gradually to be brought more and more into order,
    • gradually to work upon him. At the present time there is something
    • will be made smooth through the Christ-Impulse gradually drawing into man's
    • Science, what it means for the full development of the individual soul
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    • establishment of individual groups is connected with the whole
    • such individuals will experience the suffering of another human being
    • sixth epoch the well-being of the individual will depend entirely upon
    • feels the health of the whole body, the individual will feel the
    • case today, upon the single individuality. Spiritual science expresses
    • holds, will rest wholly within the power of his own individuality.
    • will gradually become more widespread, until by the end of the fifth
    • of culture and develop as individuals, raising individual life more
    • culture, is that men shall develop an individual culture, individual
    • to the city meant something different to the individual from what
    • community between human beings means today. In our time the individual
    • the full sense, allowing the individual to grow out of and beyond
    • a life of true community. You cultivate only individualism. Everyone
    • wants to be a person on his own, to be an individual only. You drive
    • individuality, to its highest extreme.” This is what echoes
    • out of which mankind has gradually emerged and in which the animal
    • level where complete individuality is associated with a social life in
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    • establishment of individual groups is connected with the whole
    • such individuals will experience the suffering of another human being
    • sixth epoch the well-being of the individual will depend entirely upon
    • feels the health of the whole body, the individual will feel the
    • case today, upon the single individuality. Spiritual science expresses
    • holds, will rest wholly within the power of his own individuality.
    • will gradually become more widespread, until by the end of the fifth
    • of culture and develop as individuals, raising individual life more
    • culture, is that men shall develop an individual culture, individual
    • to the city meant something different to the individual from what
    • community between human beings means today. In our time the individual
    • the full sense, allowing the individual to grow out of and beyond
    • a life of true community. You cultivate only individualism. Everyone
    • wants to be a person on his own, to be an individual only. You drive
    • individuality, to its highest extreme.” This is what echoes
    • out of which mankind has gradually emerged and in which the animal
    • level where complete individuality is associated with a social life in
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    • problem of the thinking individual. In conscious awareness he
    • become an individual and absolute necessity. In spite of the
    • fears aroused by our industrialized agriculture, the individual
    • individual's own inner spiritual activity takes part in directing
    • individual egos as is the case with men, but they have collective
    • by their individual inner egos. Moreover, a man's individual ego
    • can gradually become master over what takes place within him.
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • individual man represents a species. Men appear to be the spiritual
    • various animals forms. If one were to picture all the individual
    • in appropriate moderation in each individual man. Each individual
    • of course, but men must be considered as individuals if they are to
    • individual lightness, flash forth. So we can say, coffee helps
    • restricted sense, it has little to do with the individual
    • This is a matter for the individual. One person is able to do it,
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    • problem of the thinking individual. In conscious awareness he
    • become an individual and absolute necessity. In spite of the
    • fears aroused by our industrialized agriculture, the individual
    • individual's own inner spiritual activity takes part in directing
    • individual egos as is the case with men, but they have collective
    • by their individual inner egos. Moreover, a man's individual ego
    • can gradually become master over what takes place within him.
    • Let us consider how the ego can gradually take a
    • individual man represents a species. Men appear to be the spiritual
    • various animals forms. If one were to picture all the individual
    • in appropriate moderation in each individual man. Each individual
    • of course, but men must be considered as individuals if they are to
    • individual lightness, flash forth. So we can say, coffee helps
    • restricted sense, it has little to do with the individual
    • This is a matter for the individual. One person is able to do it,
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    • Spiritual Guidance of the Individual and Humanity) between the third and
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    • Spiritual Guidance of the Individual and Humanity) between the third and
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    • earlier peoples. Their pictorial consciousness gradually diminished during
    • that individuals are accepted into the Mysteries, according to their degree
    • the individual on earth was not regarded as entirely fulfilling his
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    • earlier peoples. Their pictorial consciousness gradually diminished during
    • that individuals are accepted into the Mysteries, according to their degree
    • the individual on earth was not regarded as entirely fulfilling his
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    • has to say can teach us that the individual is related to the whole of
    • with totally separate human individualities, but that along with the
    • separate individualities the whole of humanity forms a unity. One will
    • correctly when we say, “As single individuals we are nothing. We are
    • everything immoral and as individuals we can do nothing immoral
    • human individuality wants to be taken ever more seriously. But at the
    • from the old Moon condition. Gradually the human being arose as earthly
    • becomes clear how earth and man gradually have emerged from a
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    • has to say can teach us that the individual is related to the whole of
    • with totally separate human individualities, but that along with the
    • separate individualities the whole of humanity forms a unity. One will
    • correctly when we say, “As single individuals we are nothing. We are
    • everything immoral and as individuals we can do nothing immoral
    • human individuality wants to be taken ever more seriously. But at the
    • from the old Moon condition. Gradually the human being arose as earthly
    • becomes clear how earth and man gradually have emerged from a
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    • have to draw on ourselves. We gradually have to release what we have
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    • have to draw on ourselves. We gradually have to release what we have
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    • humanity must gradually develop the Spiritual Soul. The preceding
    • then will that gradually emerge which seeks to emerge in the Fifth
    • an anti-social character, the assertion of one's individuality, of
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • that which lies outside of the individual, that a counter-balance is
    • Therefore it is vital for our time that the individual achieves
    • independence. Otherwise neither the individual nor society can develop
    • short, something which is not an inner part of the individual. All
    • social demands, often appear to those who know, as individuals who
    • oneself without love or hate, to allow the other individual to appear
    • individual. I have tried to make this clear in my Philosophy of
    • as a consciousness soul individual is the task of the English-speaking
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    • humanity must gradually develop the Spiritual Soul. The preceding
    • then will that gradually emerge which seeks to emerge in the Fifth
    • an anti-social character, the assertion of one's individuality, of
    • when a person on his own account, for his individual self, must evolve
    • that which lies outside of the individual, that a counter-balance is
    • Therefore it is vital for our time that the individual achieves
    • independence. Otherwise neither the individual nor society can develop
    • short, something which is not an inner part of the individual. All
    • social demands, often appear to those who know, as individuals who
    • oneself without love or hate, to allow the other individual to appear
    • individual. I have tried to make this clear in my Philosophy of
    • as a consciousness soul individual is the task of the English-speaking
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    • not only for portraying individual men but for accurately discerning
    • mentality of the educated middle class. Naturally, many individuals
    • propitious and not an ominous future. The idiocy that is gradually
    • gradually to man's downfall. The globe of the future will have to
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    • not only for portraying individual men but for accurately discerning
    • mentality of the educated middle class. Naturally, many individuals
    • propitious and not an ominous future. The idiocy that is gradually
    • gradually to man's downfall. The globe of the future will have to
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    • permeates their soul and that the individual, at this moment, is
    • individual, the “ I ” can only arise within the soul itself; it
    • became individualized. When they became souls they were like drops within
    • means of which man transforms in gradual stages his lower nature into
    • Let us now turn our attention to the individual aspects of the
    • which is characteristic of an object. Just as the individual is distinguished
    • human nature man owes it to the individual Spirit Self that he becomes an
    • individual over against the others. What in “the Kingdom” is
    • “the Name”, man possesses in his individual Spirit Self or Manas
    • own particular name, the name which in the individual passes from
    • descent. At the same time every man has his own individual
    • determines man's individual tendencies.
    • others. The astral body determines man's individual tendencies; it
    • must live in such a way that the individual does not commit personal
    • many. The defection from the divine unity into individualized
    • among them. Conflict could only arise when they became individualized,
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    • permeates their soul and that the individual, at this moment, is
    • individual, the “ I ” can only arise within the soul itself; it
    • became individualized. When they became souls they were like drops within
    • means of which man transforms in gradual stages his lower nature into
    • Let us now turn our attention to the individual aspects of the
    • which is characteristic of an object. Just as the individual is distinguished
    • human nature man owes it to the individual Spirit Self that he becomes an
    • individual over against the others. What in “the Kingdom” is
    • “the Name”, man possesses in his individual Spirit Self or Manas
    • own particular name, the name which in the individual passes from
    • descent. At the same time every man has his own individual
    • determines man's individual tendencies.
    • others. The astral body determines man's individual tendencies; it
    • must live in such a way that the individual does not commit personal
    • many. The defection from the divine unity into individualized
    • among them. Conflict could only arise when they became individualized,
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    • and gradually vanished into the ocean-depths of the soul. And it is in
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    • and gradually vanished into the ocean-depths of the soul. And it is in
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    • that comes from the comprehension of self. Only quite gradually has
    • or,” but rather of gradual approach, or, shall we say, of both. For
    • eternal in the human being. All that the individual sciences can teach
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    • that comes from the comprehension of self. Only quite gradually has
    • or,” but rather of gradual approach, or, shall we say, of both. For
    • eternal in the human being. All that the individual sciences can teach
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    • present among single favoured individuals. We may recognise as such
    • even spoke with the individual planets, as we to-day speak merely from
    • geometry was taught in the Mystery-schools to selected individuals who
    • gradually made its appearance in the confessional sphere. The
    • Tree gradually came into use, how it grew from being the little
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
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    • present among single favoured individuals. We may recognise as such
    • even spoke with the individual planets, as we to-day speak merely from
    • geometry was taught in the Mystery-schools to selected individuals who
    • gradually made its appearance in the confessional sphere. The
    • Tree gradually came into use, how it grew from being the little
    • expressed in the gradual disappearance of the real Christmas symbol,
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    • immediate present. And who was the practical individual when in the
    • differences — he will overlook the individuality which goes
    • half of the 19th century to such an individual as
    • gradually become the domain of men; and it is from this that a higher
    • testimony of such individuals who know this second body as something
    • reality? There have always been individuals who have worked on
    • etheric body is gradually transformed.
    • individuality. The human soul forms for itself a body with two poles,
    • of the human being in general, so that it is gradually recognised.
    • Thus there will gradually awake in woman a consciousness similar to
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    • immediate present. And who was the practical individual when in the
    • differences — he will overlook the individuality which goes
    • half of the 19th century to such an individual as
    • gradually become the domain of men; and it is from this that a higher
    • testimony of such individuals who know this second body as something
    • reality? There have always been individuals who have worked on
    • etheric body is gradually transformed.
    • individuality. The human soul forms for itself a body with two poles,
    • of the human being in general, so that it is gradually recognised.
    • Thus there will gradually awake in woman a consciousness similar to
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    • In the case of an individual human being, everybody knows that account
    • this in the case of the individual.
    • individual human being, just as the nature of his powers and faculties
    • individual human being — these Beings form pictures in man's
    • gradually come to understand this in his wideawake consciousness. It
    • interest in every individual human being than we are inclined to have
    • Men will learn something whereby their interest in every individual
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    • In the case of an individual human being, everybody knows that account
    • this in the case of the individual.
    • individual human being, just as the nature of his powers and faculties
    • individual human being — these Beings form pictures in man's
    • gradually come to understand this in his wideawake consciousness. It
    • interest in every individual human being than we are inclined to have
    • Men will learn something whereby their interest in every individual
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    • Men gradually came out
    • initiation gradually died out, through the growing influence of
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    • the higher estimation of the individual during the Renaissance. During
    • time. The Christian type of his days, not the individual personal
    • concern themselves with the single personality, with the individual.
    • the Individual human being.
    • individual characters, he was far from presenting to his audience an
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    • the higher estimation of the individual during the Renaissance. During
    • time. The Christian type of his days, not the individual personal
    • concern themselves with the single personality, with the individual.
    • the Individual human being.
    • individual characters, he was far from presenting to his audience an
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    • wonderful development of the individual characters. The poet
    • and feelings in the presentation of an individual
    • result of the higher estimation of the individual during the
    • not the individual human personality, appeared in the foreground.
    • interest in the individual personality. But little by little a
    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
    • describe individual characters,  and he was far from
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    • wonderful development of the individual characters. The poet
    • and feelings in the presentation of an individual
    • result of the higher estimation of the individual during the
    • not the individual human personality, appeared in the foreground.
    • interest in the individual personality. But little by little a
    • new worldview aroused interest in the Individual human being.
    • Only gradually did a new interest in the individual arise by
    • describe individual characters,  and he was far from
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    • specific characteristics of individual senses. Analysis of the field
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    • and do not consider what is specific in each individual sense. Of
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    • is there. And it is there above all because one comes gradually to
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    • memory develops in the course of the development of the individual.
    • very individual manner of memory-formation, how it differs in children
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    • and who are the spiritual Individualities of the great original Leaders of
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    • is the animal kingdom. I do not of course mean the individual animals
    • imagine that their number is small, for individual human beings have
    • importance of the Earth life for the individual human being. If there
    • see into that world perceive how the dead gradually makes more and
    • attain. Actual intercourse with an individual who has died is possible
    • it is a matter of contact with individuals who have died, the relation
    • of the individual dead — strange as it seems — is always a
    • apply in the actual, individual case. For instance, in order to
    • individual cases. When someone has died and we are left behind, we may
    • remote country places — such customs are gradually disappearing,
    • the specifically individual aspect. Because the child, as we saw,
    • one who has died in later years, the individual aspect is more
    • of the individual is remembered. The Protestant service, with the
    • remembrance to him as an individual, thinking about his life on Earth
    • to us but by thinking of what he was as an individual and what his
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    • is the animal kingdom. I do not of course mean the individual animals
    • imagine that their number is small, for individual human beings have
    • importance of the Earth life for the individual human being. If there
    • see into that world perceive how the dead gradually makes more and
    • attain. Actual intercourse with an individual who has died is possible
    • it is a matter of contact with individuals who have died, the relation
    • of the individual dead — strange as it seems — is always a
    • apply in the actual, individual case. For instance, in order to
    • individual cases. When someone has died and we are left behind, we may
    • remote country places — such customs are gradually disappearing,
    • the specifically individual aspect. Because the child, as we saw,
    • one who has died in later years, the individual aspect is more
    • of the individual is remembered. The Protestant service, with the
    • remembrance to him as an individual, thinking about his life on Earth
    • to us but by thinking of what he was as an individual and what his
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    • gradually developing humanity, seeds which remained hidden during the
    • as an individual human citizen; he felt the power that worked so
    • In ancient Rome man learned to regard himself as an individual, he
    • individuality the time came when what was spiritual in man descended
    • an individual God who worked and ruled at that time as the Christ
    • Thus we see the Deity — that which was Spiritual — gradually
    • gradually drew more and more into the physical head, so that now it is
    • dom, is something in which individual members are gathered together
    • Thus we arrive gradually at our own age, and we shall see how the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • We must understand that fundamentally the individual can do very
    • causes of disease lies outside the individual personality. A person
    • individual of today, the secret causes of heredity for example, the
    • gradually by a healthy Anthroposophical method of thought. Although we
    • became what he now is, when he first appeared as the individual
    • gradually passes into one condition in which he has a clear
    • Sun and moon gradually separated from the earth. With the sun went
    • Therefore man perceived a duality in the Godhead in the second age of
    • civilization, and this duality is represented as the opposition 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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    • acknowledge that whereas every human being has its individual
    • “I” enclosed as a single individuality within its skin,
    • individuals on the astral plane, just as human individual egos do here
    • the Fire Spirits. Now, human etheric bodies are not individually so
    • race or nation. Because of this we see that each individual human
    • exalted Spiritual Beings who guide individual men, and other spirits
  • 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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    • evolution on earth; and that as regards individual men a yet higher
    • communities; and as Angels in regard to individual men; they are the
    • gradually formed that which today we know as our planetary system.
    • Objective consciousness only came to man gradually on earth. Though
    • growth of the individual between birth and death — it does so
    • clairvoyant perception, man was now able — if only gradually
    • Slowly and gradually the mist receded — it had endured for very,
    • each individual eye when men gazed on the sun: “the dismembered
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • gradually developed out of the cosmos; that in a far distant past the
    • a lower stage and have gradually struggled upwards to their present
    • Moon-God a duality arose, and we shall best understand what entered
    • Let us now follow man's further progress. The Sun gradually passed
    • was gradually made for what has since been fully developed upon earth.
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VI: The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
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    • by gradually approaching the inner from without we shall arrive at a
    • Form were even then active, working slowly and gradually at the human
    • principles; it must begin by gradually bringing the astral body under
    • the astral body was to be gradually transformed and the Spirit-Self
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • develop certain truths step by step; we give them forth gradually, in
    • of the Atlantean epoch the present human form was only gradually
    • The various organs were differentiated gradually, and very gradually
    • Remember that as man evolved he gradually thrust aside the animal
    • outside, and it also influenced the earth-man; gradually alternating
    • sleeping. Gradually the condition developed in which man was more
    • come to him? Gradually these forces streamed into the earth, and the
    • — left the earth; after which man gradually matured until able to
    • individuals in special schools, which were the first Mystery schools.
    • There were always some of these more advanced individuals who had
    • especially exalted individuals, were pure and good bodies. Highly
    • individual as I have described in an alternating manner — by day
    • gradually will man come to an understanding of this; and just as truly
    • Principle will be gradually made comprehensible through the
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    • the wisdom of the cosmos was gradually embodied in the beings who
    • wasp's nest, however, is not built by individual wasps, but by the
    • wisdom will only gain gradually. This wisdom, which is found deeply
    • gradually, and we shall see how this was brought about throughout the
    • the human kingdom, where ego meets ego as independent individual, has
    • individualism and a uniting of separate individuals had to come about
    • Only when the group-nature is overcome, and individual confronts
    • individual ego, can the sympathy of love be offered as a free gift
    • Man could only be prepared for this mission gradually, and we see how
    • fully individualized. We see how, before he possessed a complete ego
    • Thus man continued gradually to mature that he might eventually
    • abstract thing, and that which has least individual existence, yet
    • was he gradually able to comprehend external objects by means of his
    • reflected in the life and conception of individual man — the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • gradually acquired his present form; we will now extend our study of
    • the soul of the needy individual; this feeling of gratitude is at the
    • but the conscious connection was gradually lost. Among the peoples of
    • might redeem matter. He worked into the physical world gradually; he
    • spiritual world being gradually limited and then closed.
    • gradually learnt during the earth's development? We must first look
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • In the last lecture we learnt that man had gradually conquered the
    • physical plane during the post-Atlantean epoch; he had come gradually
    • terms with the material world; he had learned gradually to understand
    • drew into the physical world gradually, nourishing himself spiritually
    • but it came gradually. The more conscious man became in the physical
    • between death and rebirth, and gradually the connecting link between
    • districts from which the Germanic peoples have since sprung gradually
    • secrets in the Mysteries were obliged gradually to withdraw, and they
    • individuality known as Sig appeared for long after the Atlantean
    • remembrance of the repeated appearances of this individuality who was
    • Spiritual individualities who were still the companions of men in the
    • because of their individual self-consciousness and feeling for
    • freedom. Hence the teaching of these spiritual individualities had to
    • leaving it. This individuality, known as Wotan and who had taught in
    • the higher worlds, is the same individuality who passed over Europe
    • being the vehicle of the Christ-individuality. Only after preparing
    • individuality could make use of them. In the thirtieth year of his
    • life the individuality of Jesus of Nazareth left the outer vehicles
    • individuality took place at this time, when the Christ took
    • and the Mystery of Golgotha. We have here an Individuality Who had not
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    • exalted Beings had gradually faded, step by step, along with the sun,
    • advanced individuals, whom we call the Rishis, understood the value of
    • and in our own epoch the idea of race will gradually disappear along
    • the Sphinx into the abyss — into the individual inner being of
    • which had to appear gradually in the succeeding epochs of
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    • Existence in individual man — the microcosm.
    • The individual personality evolves within the general evolution of
    • hearts, and in this way gradually and gently to turn the tide of
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    • towards the individual being of man in a
    • would gradually cease. I have often emphasised that
    • rest in the personality, the individuality, of each
    • must be awakened in each individual as a quite
    • hence the appearances are quite individual, and we
    • common to all of them, then not only this individual
    • the individual was led to those Initiations which
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    • towards the individual being of man in a
    • would gradually cease. I have often emphasised that
    • rest in the personality, the individuality, of each
    • must be awakened in each individual as a quite
    • hence the appearances are quite individual, and we
    • common to all of them, then not only this individual
    • the individual was led to those Initiations which
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    • The duality of human nature — the heavenly and the earthly
    • The human organism, results of prenatal formative powers. The dual
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    • Now there are some individuals walking about who are not properly here
    • exclusively W. The truth of the matter is that every human individual
    • that every human individual is a Something in so far as there are M
    • Everything from the life of the individual to the course of history is
    • an individual depends very heavily on the quantity, the quantum, of W,
    • contained in that individual — on how much of the Nothing they
    • particular individual, a maximum quantity, so that the person appeared
    • type of the hetaera. Thus, two basic types of individual have been
    • So you see that we are dealing with an extraordinary individual. And
    • includes many individuals with natures similar to Weininger's. It is
    • get to the bottom of things to understand why an individual of
    • observed in precisely such individuals as Weininger. The aberrations
    • individuality's physical and etheric bodies on the one hand, his
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    • That typical individuality was well able to think logically. When it
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    • The duality of human nature — the heavenly and the earthly
    • become aware of the fundamentally dual nature of the human being. We
    • The picture a human being presents to the senses reveals his dual
    • pictorial expression of the dual nature of a human being, for the head
    • land, a land where individuals find themselves among other men. The
    • individuals be born into souls that developed the view that material
    • nevertheless understand it, when you see that these individuals showed
    • matter. Thus, these individuals did not change, they retained their
    • sense in which human nature is dual, and how this is outwardly
    • to influence the individual being and the human form in accordance
    • individuals, their organisation is more terrestrial, Gaian. During the
    • that will make him, gradually and through many incarnations, into a
    • listening enables us to be there as a free individual. It is not
    • individual. We do not want to lose sight of this fact.
    • free individuality by virtue of his thinking. Such a question,
    • human being has a dual nature. But not only does man have a dual
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    • The human organism, results of prenatal formative powers. The dual
    • with a dual nature. Because humanity has this dual nature, it is
    • But, as I said, this will only gradually come to be recognised, and
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    • essentially dual nature, and of how his external body already reveals
    • this dual nature. The body divides into two parts which are built
    • death, we gradually accumulate wisdom. We employ it to form a picture
    • Persians and Indians. In our day, when the whole earth has gradually
    • Our external science has gradually brought us to the terrible pass
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    • Reproduction produces the whole individual being and is a higher
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    • these were only transmitted to his physical body very gradually. And
    • Such things as these will gradually force our natural scientists to
    • backwards gradually builds the spiritual forces that make one capable
    • then, after weeks, during which the imprints gradually get deeper and
    • gradual transition into formlessness be the ultimate goal? No, and no
    • someone who is not such a musical believer. For if we are to gradually
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    • the whole organism and circulate through the individual sense-zones,
    • smelling from deeper in the organism. Therefore, the individual
    • processes that occur in us? Materialism has gradually brought us to
    • concreteness gradually degenerated into the coarse materialism that
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    • individual arguments, the philosophy of Pragmatism is very similar to
    • gradually beginning to take hold of the inner world ... Or you can
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    • mankind needed to become individualised. Man had to learn to present
    • himself as an individuality. He can only do this if his experiences
    • fine etheric individuality, his own fine etheric substance. So long as
    • been engraved into our etheric individuality and watch it be absorbed
    • childhood onwards, you will see how habits gradually begin to develop
    • and again it must be made clear that we have to gradually accustom
    • memory and habit, which are gifts of the physical body. Gradually, in
    • own so that it can contribute to his individualisation and freedom.
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    • world-ether is destined, however, to undergo gradual changes. These
    • must gradually learn to adopt towards thinking.
    • gradually, as we learn to understand the world once more and as we
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    • specially adapted to the case of each individual person so that it
    • particular individuals comes as no surprise.
    • and Ahriman. Naturally, I can only describe individual details
    • try to collect all the individual characteristics I have described
    • towering individuality, someone who had accomplished things that would
    • other is the reincarnation of a particular, towering individuality.
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    • capacity to think gradually developed out of the sense of thought, and
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    • individual knowledge, or the market-place we share. We even need them
    • There is a plan behind human evolution. Gradually, according to plan,
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    • appeared as a gradual withdrawal and disappearing of the God Baldur
    • Christian times this same festival gradually became that of St. John,
    • The festival of St. John reminds us that the greatest Individuality
    • Thus, the Individuality who is the bearer of Christ, indeed, the whole
    • merely beholding things; gradually and by degrees he learns to
    • But there are individuals who advance also in another way; they attain
    • That is to say: even as individual man can experience a new birth in
    • took place through Christ Jesus. Man's individual experience of the
    • taught as follows: For every individual man there is a great, a mighty
    • is born of the mother, so too the divine Ego is born of the individual
    • self grows and develops from year to year. When this individual has
    • Thus we have the birth of the higher self in every individual man, and
    • see how the Gospel of Christ gradually drew near. As St. Luke said: In
    • will gradually develop the body until it be ripe for the spirit. When
    • individual higher self in every human being.
    • of individual man: the rebirth of the immortal being which can issue
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    • gradually and by degrees developed upon earth. Eventually men had to
    • individuals had to outstrip the rest of humanity and press forward in
    • clairvoyance. Gradually and by degrees clairvoyant consciousness
    • individuals who possessed it, and even in our day ‘naturally
    • had taken place. They show how, during many lives, an individual had
    • Christ-Individuality. The first experiences of this initiate are a
    • The individual who was already a great initiate on earth, was between
    • an individual so highly advanced that he can receive into himself this
    • gradually becomes an accomplishment. We know that in the astral body
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    • night, but that they gradually gain in significance for his life by
    • even if he gives forth all that he has gradually taken to himself. On
    • densification, that the Earth would have gradually become a desert
    • gradually became peopled with souls. And now you can understand the
    • animal kingdom, too, was capable of gradual progress. The human beings
    • individuality of Jesus of Nazareth had waited through successive
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    • gradually crept into the latter, as it were, and came to coincide with
    • present existence — water and air — were gradually purged of
    • (Lemurian) period gradually led to an epoch which we call ‘Atlantean’
    • and fast, inherited form, but were flexible, the souls gradually
    • gradually disappeared; the Ego would have developed, when the physical
    • more does the individual feel his independence, being impelled to
    • cultivate his individual Ego as against the common or group-Ego. Two
    • Luciferic and later of the Ahrimanic spirits. Certain individuals in
    • caused physical matter to harden. Such exceptional individuals, whose
    • those individuals, by combating Lucifer's influence, acquired the
    • but by everything tending to unite. These individuals therefore sought
    • the individuality of the Ego. Thus the power of Christ was different
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    • being; his densification was a long and gradual process. But we know
    • lunar crisis) were able to prepare themselves gradually to see, not
    • water, vast upheavals gradually changed the whole face of the Earth.
    • passing from teacher to pupil, a new form of teaching was gradually
    • bush and in the fire on Sinai. Gradually He entered the Earth-sphere
    • to the spiritual world!’ The individual had gained this conviction
    • After the rite, the individual was not only conscious of his unity
    • sought to establish man in his individual personality. Lucifer and the
    • stimulus for all human powers of cognition. Man will gradually find
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    • conscious of the unity of his individual life with the realms of the
    • the ages, the God whom Moses perceived now gradually approaching, was
    • individual personality with the great Father-Spirit of the world. It
    • themselves in former incarnations to learn from individual
    • presses out the tears, and that the individual, feeling the tears
    • here is the mighty power of the Christ-Individuality. The baptism is
    • individuality of Lazarus, that the divinity, the Christ-divinity,
    • disciple in question. The individuality of Lazarus had been
    • transformed into the John-individuality, in the sense of Christianity.
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    • born. In his body there lived an individuality who had experienced
    • how this individuality had already worked in the spiritual world of
    • the bodies of this individuality, who had gone through these
    • entered into the bodies of this individuality’? It simply means that
    • joined itself to the individuality which lived in it for thirty years.
    • that this individuality was the reincarnation of an old Persian
    • initiation. He said to himself: ‘In the individuality who was in the
    • being unfamiliar with that initiation. The individuality who lived in
    • the burning bush and in the fire on Sinai, was gradually nearing the
    • Individuality in the body of Jesus of Nazareth, hanging on the Cross,
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    • gradually developed, those old influences of soul upon soul
    • mentioned yesterday that the individuality of Jesus of Nazareth was
    • individuality passed through repeated incarnations, rising to higher
    • man's stage in evolution, it was gradually lost. Christ could not go
    • spiritual force into every individual soul. The Ego that is in me, and
    • need to find, in the individual soul, the power which enables man by
    • must gradually ripen for this. Therefore He said: ‘My time, the time
    • Thus we find a gradual increase, from step to step, in the power of
    • this individuality of the human being? It passes from incarnation to
    • being of the soul. His power has pierced to the eternal individuality
    • power comes to light in the individuality of the sick man and
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    • by John this individual Being united Himself with a human body and
    • by John, there had never been a human individuality in the evolution
    • Nazareth, the Individuality of Christ henceforward gained dominion
    • individuality who was there in former lives unites with the physical
    • individual Ego expresses itself in the blood of individual man. Such
    • there are certain differences distinguishing one individual from
    • would be impossible to distinguish between one individual and another;
    • male individualizes, specializes, separates, whereas the female
    • birth and death, but upon the individuality of the human soul which
    • individuality in him manifested itself in its works; he was to recover
    • deed of his own individuality.
    • to pour into the man's individuality a power enabling him to render
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    • Christ-Spirit, the Christ-Individuality, into the threefold sheath of
    • Jesus of Nazareth and His sojourn therein, it was possible gradually
    • makes him an individual being here upon Earth and establishes his Ego
    • together, would have gradually disappeared from the earth; the
    • own individuality. That deep truths underlie this statement is of
    • beheld in Atlantean times in abnormal conditions; even now individual
    • This was necessary, for he had to renounce his individuality and live
    • beautiful image the relation of the individual Ego (the paternal
    • exemplify the gradual extinction of the ancient wisdom in mankind and
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    • the various countries of Europe, Asia, and Africa which had gradually
    • And as wisdom gradually dies out, men will be led by their own folly;
    • had withdrawn, each individual will begin to seek it in his own Ego,
    • individual would have nothing but his own thoughts, and these would
    • not come to him from universal wisdom, no individual will understand
    • asunder into a host of individuals at strife with each other.’
    • yesterday, the blood of the race gradually altered, and its
    • was the ancient wisdom condemned to become gradually useless as
    • Atlantean evolution saw the gradual drawing in of the etheric body
    • man gradually consumed his capital of wisdom? It was because at an
    • outside his physical body. This store was gradually exhausted. Man
    • gradual detachment of the etheric from the physical body. Whereas the
    • extent from the physical, and a stage will gradually be attained at
    • would gradually lose all the fruits of his physical life; his physical
    • follows our contemporary literature will know that certain individuals
    • penetrate ourselves with it!’ Let us assume that this individual has
    • process of gradual atrophy. There is a part of the human brain in
    • as it gradually penetrates into the life of humanity. As time goes on,
    • gradual regeneration of mankind, the first impulse to the resurrection
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    • gradually lost and man grew ever more dependent on the outer world for
    • accomplished by individual men on earth in consequence of the
    • those forces which gradually and by degrees create for man the
    • will be gradually understood by men, that ‘Death is the ever-living
    • became an individuality. This capacity could not be bestowed on him
    • would never have attained an independent individuality; for he would
    • the course of time it can also be driven out of the individual Ego to
    • the expression of the superfluous egoism in the human individuality.
    • the impetus was given for the gradual disappearance from the human
    • gradually made its way into the human etheric body in consequence of
    • and which man gradually wins for himself through the influence of the
    • for the gradual understanding of the highest truth in the right way.
    • He spoke to them in parables or ‘proverbs’. The time then gradually
    • nourishment for all time to come. Inasmuch as man gradually learns to
    • in which the individuality of Jesus of Nazareth was born, reaches back
    • comprehensible when it is emphasized that the individuality was born
    • individuality who appeared to the world in the person of the Initiate
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    • organs, but these were in embryonic form and only gradually hardened;
    • Christ-Spirit. He had gradually approached and since that moment is in
    • slowly and gradually.
    • then been gradually lost, was embodied in the great individuality of
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    • speak. As the infant gradually learns to speak, more and more small
    • merely to cry but also to turn this crying into individual sounds,
    • (“bee”). Gradually, as you know, they also learn to utter
    • out of their crying children gradually manage to form words by adding
    • my task is now to gradually direct everything previously carried out
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • side to the right and then gradually reduce them on the right. What
    • place, you see, is that the nerve bundles, as it were, gradually
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    • speak. As the infant gradually learns to speak, more and more small
    • merely to cry but also to turn this crying into individual sounds,
    • (“bee”). Gradually, as you know, they also learn to utter
    • out of their crying children gradually manage to form words by adding
    • my task is now to gradually direct everything previously carried out
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • side to the right and then gradually reduce them on the right. What
    • place, you see, is that the nerve bundles, as it were, gradually
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    • distributed among numerous separate individuals.
    • colours are. Gradually he extends his consciousness over this world,
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    • distributed among numerous separate individuals.
    • colours are. Gradually he extends his consciousness over this world,
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    • changes in the human being? Materialism has led gradually to the
    • gradually these abstractions are abandoned, too. At the beginning of
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    • changes in the human being? Materialism has led gradually to the
    • gradually these abstractions are abandoned, too. At the beginning of
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    • for individual human beings, and also for the State and the social
    • out the individual human being, with his inner conflicts, his
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • productivity is for the State what physical food is for individual
    • right way only if they can develop individually, not when they are
    • State has gradually taken possession of all the academic institutions
    • individuality; in no other way can it flourish.
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    • for individual human beings, and also for the State and the social
    • out the individual human being, with his inner conflicts, his
    • realms into one. Economic life, it is said, must be brought gradually
    • productivity is for the State what physical food is for individual
    • right way only if they can develop individually, not when they are
    • State has gradually taken possession of all the academic institutions
    • individuality; in no other way can it flourish.
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    • feeling, are by no means our own individual property. They take place
    • made upon your feeling is there, and then gradually the vibrations of
    • of time depends on the whole form and character of the individual
    • however, depending on the individual human being.
    • the life of Man. An insight into such things must gradually become
    • We pass as individual human beings through the gate of death into the
    • dying stage of its evolution. The individual human being gets wrinkles
    • then it somehow or other disappears; it gradually weakens and is lost.
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    • feeling, are by no means our own individual property. They take place
    • made upon your feeling is there, and then gradually the vibrations of
    • of time depends on the whole form and character of the individual
    • however, depending on the individual human being.
    • the life of Man. An insight into such things must gradually become
    • We pass as individual human beings through the gate of death into the
    • dying stage of its evolution. The individual human being gets wrinkles
    • then it somehow or other disappears; it gradually weakens and is lost.
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    • the Moon. It is the Sun which places man as an individual on the
    • individuality, however, man is the product of the Sun forces.
    • gradually to make himself free of these conditions. But he must free
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    • the Moon. It is the Sun which places man as an individual on the
    • individuality, however, man is the product of the Sun forces.
    • gradually to make himself free of these conditions. But he must free
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    • most an echo of it. And in Imaginative cognition, gradually, the
    • that remains. He who arises to Imaginative knowledge gradually learns
    • an individual affair — but through the understanding, with
    • as an essential part of his own human individuality, and feels himself
    • general, but to the single human individual directly, for this is
    • being — the individual himself — reaches his full
    • ‘ethical individualism’ as un-German, Rudolf Steiner could
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    • most an echo of it. And in Imaginative cognition, gradually, the
    • that remains. He who arises to Imaginative knowledge gradually learns
    • an individual affair — but through the understanding, with
    • as an essential part of his own human individuality, and feels himself
    • general, but to the single human individual directly, for this is
    • being — the individual himself — reaches his full
    • ‘ethical individualism’ as un-German, Rudolf Steiner could
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    • to class, and gradually everything in them stagnates, becomes
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    • to class, and gradually everything in them stagnates, becomes
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    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • spiritual than our own, the individual name was of less importance.
    • Whatever individual karma the “ I ” incurs in the process, is
    • the individual will acquire greater and greater power over certain masses
    • the single individual will immeasurably increase. If morals are not
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    • through these many lives. This consciousness, however, will gradually arise
    • spiritual than our own, the individual name was of less importance.
    • Whatever individual karma the “ I ” incurs in the process, is
    • the individual will acquire greater and greater power over certain masses
    • the single individual will immeasurably increase. If morals are not
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    • heartfelt gratitude that in this very country individual friends have
    • In these remarks I am not referring to any individuals. But, on the
    • There is, for instance, the wonderful possibility of gradually
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    • individual who, as a modern initiate, looks into the sleep life knows
    • individual who truly feels his unity with the Christ and the Mystery
    • birth, the soul-spiritually magnificent human germ is gradually
    • gradually appear of that which, ultimately, are the physical
    • them. But these images of Beings gradually become star-images, and the
    • manifestation of the divine-spiritual worlds, this germ gradually
    • cosmic destinies which the individual has experienced between death
    • tissues and its individual physical component parts. This is done in
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    • individual movement — as that living part of themselves
    • persistence to their individual forms. But they have fettered
    • individual talent in the great domain after which thou hast
    • individually here and there. No part of me can be termed a
    • through this act of thine, another individual faculty of that
    • individual faculty in that whole which the youth earlier
    • affected by the individual human ego — namely
    • their own individual souls which will be like a human
    • She comforted and tended her, and the other woman gradually
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    • individual movement — as that living part of themselves
    • persistence to their individual forms. But they have fettered
    • individual talent in the great domain after which thou hast
    • individually here and there. No part of me can be termed a
    • through this act of thine, another individual faculty of that
    • individual faculty in that whole which the youth earlier
    • affected by the individual human ego — namely
    • their own individual souls which will be like a human
    • She comforted and tended her, and the other woman gradually
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    • matter of the gratification of the needs of an individual; the
    • individual has to lend himself to the common weal, to be a member of
    • Subordination of the needs of the individual to those of the community
    • the welfare of the single individual's form of life is not an ideal,
    • individuals. The ideal cannot be the welfare of an individual, nor can
    • That which in the individual and in the community alike craves for
    • be a culture where the individual, filled with love, acts out of his
    • needs; and these needs are all those conditions of individual
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    • matter of the gratification of the needs of an individual; the
    • individual has to lend himself to the common weal, to be a member of
    • Subordination of the needs of the individual to those of the community
    • the welfare of the single individual's form of life is not an ideal,
    • individuals. The ideal cannot be the welfare of an individual, nor can
    • That which in the individual and in the community alike craves for
    • be a culture where the individual, filled with love, acts out of his
    • needs; and these needs are all those conditions of individual
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    • gradually discover the spark, or else we kindle it. To study
    • ourselves by our will, consciousness and individual forces.
    • hindrance falls away as his soul is gradually pervaded by
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    • gradually discover the spark, or else we kindle it. To study
    • ourselves by our will, consciousness and individual forces.
    • hindrance falls away as his soul is gradually pervaded by
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    • away and gradually disappeared. The aim of the Manu of the Fifth Root
    • evolved gradually in the first three subraces. Until in the Fourth
    • matter of certain Initiates elaborating for individuals the
    • the peoples through preachings and sermons, but it had gradually lost
    • Root Race, are Supersensible Individualities, who underwent the
    • human individualities have trained themselves so that from the Sixth
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    • away and gradually disappeared. The aim of the Manu of the Fifth Root
    • evolved gradually in the first three subraces. Until in the Fourth
    • matter of certain Initiates elaborating for individuals the
    • the peoples through preachings and sermons, but it had gradually lost
    • Root Race, are Supersensible Individualities, who underwent the
    • human individualities have trained themselves so that from the Sixth
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    • great Universe. As he now gradually approaches Earth, his spiritual
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    • Karma in the Life of Individuals and in the Evolution of the World
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    • one part of the picture — a part that gradually fades away before
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    • you will be able gradually to build up a complete picture.
    • Earth the most expressive part of man's being is found to be gradually
    • to spiritual sight which gradually changes until it becomes audible to
    • Having lived for a time in this phase of existence, we pass gradually
    • This change is not brought about by the individual human being alone,
    • utterance the whole being of man as man, as well as the individual
    • when he begins gradually to depart from the Beings of the First
    • gradually faded away again from sight, until at last it is not there
    • we shall gradually learn to understand.) We are thus first withdrawn
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    • spirit-form, of his head gradually fades away. On the other hand, the
    • physiognomy of evil and has gradually come to resemble the forms of
    • he gradually unfolds understanding of what, previously, was
    • are present in the spiritual Cosmos, and he is gradually passing on
    • beings grow gradually less and less conscious of these influences. The
    • civilisation. All these descriptions must gradually be built up
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    • nature to himself. I told you how he gradually changes his spirit-form
    • the Sun, he begins to shut himself off more as an individual being.
    • gradually unites.
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    • little child gradually leaves off crawling and begins to stand
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    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
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    • outside the body. The individual lives then in a different
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    • gradually forms the concepts conforming to the objects which
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    • gradually forms the concepts conforming to the objects which
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    • Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten.
    • THE COSMIC WORD AND INDIVIDUAL MAN
    • man's individual etheric body. And this flooding warmth, this
    • music, which resounds in an individualised form in the human etheric
    • human soul translates what is really individualised cosmic
    • is the thought-process of the Universe individualised. This
    • individualised thought-process of the Universe reveals itself as
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • individualised Logos. Speech, which otherwise is directed outwards to
    • individualised Logos. And this resounding, speaking, individualised
    • which the individualised Logos that weaves within man is revealed
    • the Exusiai, Dynamis, and Kyriotetes, who individualize their
    • formed and made individual, which shines and warms and sounds and
    • speaks into the human physical body as the individual human etheric
    • Cosmos and is individualized in the human being, there is really
    • body, but this, too, imposes an individual quality on the activity of
    • Second Hierarchy are individualised according to what man is, as good
    • beings, individual Beings of the universe.
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    • Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten.
    • THE COSMIC WORD AND INDIVIDUAL MAN
    • man's individual etheric body. And this flooding warmth, this
    • music, which resounds in an individualised form in the human etheric
    • human soul translates what is really individualised cosmic
    • is the thought-process of the Universe individualised. This
    • individualised thought-process of the Universe reveals itself as
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • individualised Logos. Speech, which otherwise is directed outwards to
    • individualised Logos. And this resounding, speaking, individualised
    • which the individualised Logos that weaves within man is revealed
    • the Exusiai, Dynamis, and Kyriotetes, who individualize their
    • formed and made individual, which shines and warms and sounds and
    • speaks into the human physical body as the individual human etheric
    • Cosmos and is individualized in the human being, there is really
    • body, but this, too, imposes an individual quality on the activity of
    • Second Hierarchy are individualised according to what man is, as good
    • beings, individual Beings of the universe.
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    • bodies, are to ascend gradually through the stages of development with
    • the meeting. As people gradually fill their minds with more Spiritual
    • course. Thus does Spiritual Science endeavour gradually to reveal the
    • People should at least become gradually able to develop a feeling
    • hand be gradually able to strengthen our waking life too. We shall
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    • bodies, are to ascend gradually through the stages of development with
    • the meeting. As people gradually fill their minds with more Spiritual
    • course. Thus does Spiritual Science endeavour gradually to reveal the
    • People should at least become gradually able to develop a feeling
    • hand be gradually able to strengthen our waking life too. We shall
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    • majestic Creation, and in that process, the individual began to
    • makes of it an individual.
    • deeds of love in community with free individuals will become
    • the individual's own part in that process, clarify themselves.
    • individualize its essence.
    • individuality.
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    • would be possible for him gradually to penetrate into the spiritual
    • as a rule people were not told any more than they had gradually come
    • clairvoyance; the powers of the present day have gradually been
    • individual. There are certainly many sitting here whose karma will not
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    • would be possible for him gradually to penetrate into the spiritual
    • as a rule people were not told any more than they had gradually come
    • clairvoyance; the powers of the present day have gradually been
    • individual. There are certainly many sitting here whose karma will not
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    • and each individual is allotted a special and definite task. One man,
    • individuality; it is the blood-stream which flows through the
    • which everyone may discover in his own individuality. The Mystery of
    • Individual Initiates have experienced what is here described. They
    • Spiritual work out of his individuality, who has brought the Ego-force
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    • and each individual is allotted a special and definite task. One man,
    • individuality; it is the blood-stream which flows through the
    • which everyone may discover in his own individuality. The Mystery of
    • Individual Initiates have experienced what is here described. They
    • Spiritual work out of his individuality, who has brought the Ego-force
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    • preparation was not one of learning; it was a gradual and radical
    • philosophers, the present mode of thinking was gradually prepared, and
    • Thus was God sought on the one hand by the freeing of the individual
    • gradual development of humanity, as being such that the Christ Event
    • individual man to the understanding of his own history; as he feels
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    • preparation was not one of learning; it was a gradual and radical
    • philosophers, the present mode of thinking was gradually prepared, and
    • Thus was God sought on the one hand by the freeing of the individual
    • gradual development of humanity, as being such that the Christ Event
    • individual man to the understanding of his own history; as he feels
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    • spiritual form, gradually descended to become the material being we
    • evolution? It was that a specially developed human individual,
    • not merely be looked for as an outer individual man, but as an Inner
    • when a decisive change takes place in an individual human soul. What
    • individuality. This kind of thought reached its climax in books like
    • Event of Palestine, marked the mighty progress which had gradually
    • historical individuality of Jesus of Nazareth. Then, through what
    • individual, — with the Christ-Being. Thus there is a
    • the feeling of the Jew: ‘When I, as an individual member of the
    • fashioned the individual physical nature of man is living in me as It
    • has lived in all my forefathers.’ Thus the individual member of
    • Spiritual, recognise It in the individual human being — not in
    • in the individual, and is discovered by the individual when in the
    • Divine-Spiritual, which every individual — because he is man —
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    • spiritual form, gradually descended to become the material being we
    • evolution? It was that a specially developed human individual,
    • not merely be looked for as an outer individual man, but as an Inner
    • when a decisive change takes place in an individual human soul. What
    • individuality. This kind of thought reached its climax in books like
    • Event of Palestine, marked the mighty progress which had gradually
    • historical individuality of Jesus of Nazareth. Then, through what
    • individual, — with the Christ-Being. Thus there is a
    • the feeling of the Jew: ‘When I, as an individual member of the
    • fashioned the individual physical nature of man is living in me as It
    • has lived in all my forefathers.’ Thus the individual member of
    • Spiritual, recognise It in the individual human being — not in
    • in the individual, and is discovered by the individual when in the
    • Divine-Spiritual, which every individual — because he is man —
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    • between Africa and America. Science itself is gradually beginning to
    • clearer and clearer, and man began, very gradually, to develop the
    • confronting them as a separate independent power in each individual.
    • all-embracing consciousness out of which individual
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • lands. Spiritual Science speaks of advanced individualities and again
    • and again one is asked: Why do these individualities not reveal
    • principle of individual independence. In the age preceding that
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    • between Africa and America. Science itself is gradually beginning to
    • clearer and clearer, and man began, very gradually, to develop the
    • confronting them as a separate independent power in each individual.
    • all-embracing consciousness out of which individual
    • the long E flat on the organ? Do we not feel here that individual
    • individualised Ego-consciousness was of the greatest significance, and
    • lands. Spiritual Science speaks of advanced individualities and again
    • and again one is asked: Why do these individualities not reveal
    • principle of individual independence. In the age preceding that
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    • certain individuals, saying that their teachings were to be avoided at
    • obliterate all that had previously been known of these individuals.
    • Ammonius Saccas gave instruction to individual pupils but left nothing
    • ancient times it was still possible for individuals here and there to
    • Initiation, the preparation of the individual for Initiation. We see a
    • historical tradition as against the strivings of individual human
    • Saccas and Iamblichus, namely, that the individual human being can
    • possibility of individual insight smothered. The ancient path of
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    • certain individuals, saying that their teachings were to be avoided at
    • obliterate all that had previously been known of these individuals.
    • Ammonius Saccas gave instruction to individual pupils but left nothing
    • ancient times it was still possible for individuals here and there to
    • Initiation, the preparation of the individual for Initiation. We see a
    • historical tradition as against the strivings of individual human
    • Saccas and Iamblichus, namely, that the individual human being can
    • possibility of individual insight smothered. The ancient path of
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    • the individual human being. But things have become displaced.
    • What the individual human being experiences consciously when he
    • not the individual human being, but HUMANITY, and the individual
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    • the individual human being. But things have become displaced.
    • What the individual human being experiences consciously when he
    • not the individual human being, but HUMANITY, and the individual
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    • For a gradual
    • underwent a constant transformation. It was gradually
    • astral body during the. Moon-epoch, whereas the Ego is gradually
    • individual human beings. The colour of the skin must, for instance,
    • individual human species; in the human kingdom, however, we cannot
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • that things that gradually develop in a physical way must arise quite
    • when the sphere gradually grows smaller and finally this sphere, upon
    • head. The gradual development of the form of the head is the result
    • based upon truth. We should gradually be brought to the point of
    • we gradually become mature men, who concern themselves with the
    • you belong to those who are gradually penetrating into these
    • gradually become familiar with them, acquiring an idea of all that
    • forgotten where they have read them! These are the “individual
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    • For a gradual
    • underwent a constant transformation. It was gradually
    • astral body during the. Moon-epoch, whereas the Ego is gradually
    • individual human beings. The colour of the skin must, for instance,
    • individual human species; in the human kingdom, however, we cannot
    • lived backwards through our earthly life and have thus gradually
    • that things that gradually develop in a physical way must arise quite
    • when the sphere gradually grows smaller and finally this sphere, upon
    • head. The gradual development of the form of the head is the result
    • based upon truth. We should gradually be brought to the point of
    • we gradually become mature men, who concern themselves with the
    • you belong to those who are gradually penetrating into these
    • gradually become familiar with them, acquiring an idea of all that
    • forgotten where they have read them! These are the “individual
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    • Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings,
    • modified. Thus, we gradually rise to ever higher truths. Still, it
    • intended to give gradually be attained; that is, the possibility of
    • individualities who have developed along with humanity from the
    • advanced these individual souls may be, however far they may tower
    • Besides these leading individualities, who in this sense are like the
    • individualities, other beings, who have by no means gone through
    • born into this world he fashions about his individuality his
    • avatar beings, still, it was a lofty individuality who descended into
    • We have to do with an exalted individuality who was compelled to
    • way a lofty individuality had to make the effort to use Shem's
    • was contained in the individuality of Shem was multiplied because an
    • members of the individual who is the bearer of this avatar being are
    • souls. These are the individuals whom you know as Meister Eckhart,
    • will gradually to comprehend what is in question, should be
    • come gradually into prominence, and with it human egotism, and with
    • see how man's physical body gradually came into existence
    • independent and individual in order to incorporate into the evolution
    • So you see how Christianity has gradually prepared itself for what it
    • individual human being has physical, etheric and astral bodies,
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    • Christianity in Human Evolution: Leading Individualities and Avatar Beings,
    • modified. Thus, we gradually rise to ever higher truths. Still, it
    • intended to give gradually be attained; that is, the possibility of
    • individualities who have developed along with humanity from the
    • advanced these individual souls may be, however far they may tower
    • Besides these leading individualities, who in this sense are like the
    • individualities, other beings, who have by no means gone through
    • born into this world he fashions about his individuality his
    • avatar beings, still, it was a lofty individuality who descended into
    • We have to do with an exalted individuality who was compelled to
    • way a lofty individuality had to make the effort to use Shem's
    • was contained in the individuality of Shem was multiplied because an
    • members of the individual who is the bearer of this avatar being are
    • souls. These are the individuals whom you know as Meister Eckhart,
    • will gradually to comprehend what is in question, should be
    • come gradually into prominence, and with it human egotism, and with
    • see how man's physical body gradually came into existence
    • independent and individual in order to incorporate into the evolution
    • So you see how Christianity has gradually prepared itself for what it
    • individual human being has physical, etheric and astral bodies,
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    • ancients the duality was non-existent, of natural law upon the one
    • God; he will see this consciousness gradually weakened and paralysed,
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    • ancients the duality was non-existent, of natural law upon the one
    • God; he will see this consciousness gradually weakened and paralysed,
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    • from the idea of what may be regarded as the separate individuality,
    • when external means of comfort have lost their individual
    • gradually declined. The appearance of Buddha marked the close of the
    • on the other hand, portrayed the upward-striving Individuality, that
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    • from the idea of what may be regarded as the separate individuality,
    • when external means of comfort have lost their individual
    • gradually declined. The appearance of Buddha marked the close of the
    • on the other hand, portrayed the upward-striving Individuality, that
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    • the inner life of some great individuality may feel that human speech
    • all the intimate and individual colouring of everything that passes
    • to a whole people, the individual is dependent on the community
    • and on its average level. The individual is subject, as it were, to
    • individual spiritual life on the one hand, and the common spiritual
    • which as a result of the work of the Ego will gradually unfold in the
    • have to do with an individual soul, with a soul permeated by an Ego
    • which makes each single human being into an individuality complete in
    • we speak of Group-Souls to-day in the animal world. The individual
    • Group-Soul. In man, the Soul is individualised.
    • Thus before man became an individual soul, another soul
    • reproductions of inner experiences of the soul, come gradually into
    • the Ego, to all the spirituality and intimacies of our individual
    • strong individuality, a strong Ego.
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    • the inner life of some great individuality may feel that human speech
    • all the intimate and individual colouring of everything that passes
    • to a whole people, the individual is dependent on the community
    • and on its average level. The individual is subject, as it were, to
    • individual spiritual life on the one hand, and the common spiritual
    • which as a result of the work of the Ego will gradually unfold in the
    • have to do with an individual soul, with a soul permeated by an Ego
    • which makes each single human being into an individuality complete in
    • we speak of Group-Souls to-day in the animal world. The individual
    • Group-Soul. In man, the Soul is individualised.
    • Thus before man became an individual soul, another soul
    • reproductions of inner experiences of the soul, come gradually into
    • the Ego, to all the spirituality and intimacies of our individual
    • strong individuality, a strong Ego.
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    • Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • The Human Soul in its Connection with Godly-Spiritual Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • gradually loses the connection, which is so essential to him, with
    • pedantry, which has gradually been creeping into man's life and
    • that as men gradually receive into themselves more and more of the
    • reach a higher stage. The Archangels gradually receive more and more
    • Archangels gradually receive more and more of the Christ, Who has
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    • Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • The Human Soul in its Connection with Godly-Spiritual Individualities.
    • Individualitaeten. Die Verinnerlichung der Jahresfeste.
    • gradually loses the connection, which is so essential to him, with
    • pedantry, which has gradually been creeping into man's life and
    • that as men gradually receive into themselves more and more of the
    • reach a higher stage. The Archangels gradually receive more and more
    • Archangels gradually receive more and more of the Christ, Who has
  • Title: Lecture: Gnostic Doctrines and Supersensible Influences in Europe
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    • individualised Beings. And at the lowest level, at the lowest stage
    • incorporate not in the individual man nor yet in a nation, but rather
    • experience of kinship with the Pleroma, the faculty of individual
    • revealed to him. The springing-forth of individual thoughts
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • unfold the faculty of pure thought were gradually tinged with
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    • individualised Beings. And at the lowest level, at the lowest stage
    • incorporate not in the individual man nor yet in a nation, but rather
    • experience of kinship with the Pleroma, the faculty of individual
    • revealed to him. The springing-forth of individual thoughts
    • words, a Luciferic impulse gradually insinuated itself into the
    • unfold the faculty of pure thought were gradually tinged with
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    • will gradually arise in our Fifth post-Atlantean epoch will be a
    • This state of affairs cannot be improved by one individual or another
    • in his individual life between birth and death.
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
    • that every individual, scarcely has he conceived an opinion, should
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    • will gradually arise in our Fifth post-Atlantean epoch will be a
    • This state of affairs cannot be improved by one individual or another
    • in his individual life between birth and death.
    • which contains all its individual beings organically within itself,
    • that every individual, scarcely has he conceived an opinion, should
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    • Duality of human being. Head-man and trunk-man. Transformation
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    • nor do I venerate the single individuality which has lived in this
    • in whose whole being not only his own individuality had lived, but
    • the individuality of a super-sensible being; this had expressed
    • that which he conceived of as Zeus from the human individuality which
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    • consciousness. The Greeks saw such Beings in the individuals of the
    • mysteries, but gradually, since it has become abstract, only serves
    • fact, expressed in the myths. Thinking gradually passed over to
    • gradually vanished, it was necessary to fall back on just such a
    • connected with mankind as such, that goes beyond the individual
    • to say. As the individual man directed his life with his ordinary
    • to the fifth Post-Atlantean epoch in which abstraction has gradually
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    • speak in common have formed the individually sounding languages,
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    • question, however, can only be approached slowly and gradually. It
    • thus into a special relation with the universe, gradually evolved
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    • changes taking place in a single individual. The individual as the
    • one hand he looked back at the 18th Century, how it had gradually
    • however with something else. We are gradually developing a
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    • the skeleton is a duality. You can easily lift up the skull from the
    • complexity. But we will first consider the duality which we see when
    • trunk-man. And so too is the complete flesh and blood man a duality,
    • individual.
    • slowly, is destined to transform the head-knowledge gradually into
    • of the future; that head-knowledge shall gradually be
    • duality, as head-man and heart-man in connection with the universe,
    • gradually begun to turn aside from all that can be known of the
    • European social totality — inasmuch as it has gradually created
    • disregards individual pacifist cranks who have seen something serious
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    • goes to pieces gradually during our life and the spiritual arises. We
    • Some individuals
    • of how individuals take it into account, in which case however they
    • heart. This can of course happen in the case of single individuals,
    • individuals, when it passes over into our civilization, when our
    • the earth. Only man must gradually develop what has been
    • the individual but humanity too in a certain way has forgotten how to
    • of what cannot be rejuvenated. Whether we look at individual persons
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    • many individual wolves; the general concept of “wolf”
    • individual wolves exist in the world. Such a man will easily state it
    • as his opinion that we have really only to do with individual wolf
    • he must gradually — for the metabolism that goes on inside him
    • will produce this result — he must gradually come to have in
    • then we gradually arrive at a mood of soul which can reveal to us the
    • first sight he cannot distinguish the colours of any individual
    • different. You know that a green leaf, as it grows gradually higher
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    • lectures. When man passes through the gate of death, gradually little
    • pictures of each individual which have been rayed out from his bony
    • substance is rent and shattered like a corpse; even as the individual
    • the gate of death. Man bears his individual soul through the gate of
    • senses, glands and digestion — and is gradually working his way
    • consciousness of its individuality, of its particular single
    • individuality, whereas it would otherwise all along have felt its
    • himself as a particular individuality and cuts himself off in his
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    • faculty of knowledge can gradually rise to a perception of two
    • the future, and here again, on the other hand, I encounter a gradual
    • dying away, a gradual disappearing. We perceive the things of the
    • perfection, there is another corresponding organ which is gradually
    • dwindling, gradually dying away. And the corresponding organ for the
    • soul and spirit. The question of diet is always an individual
    • in the several kingdoms of nature, for those parts of the individual
    • world is that it has the plants for its individual organs. There are,
    • the plants as ensouled, but they look upon the individual plant in
    • individual souls in the separate plants is to say: I will extract a
    • individual beings when we turn our eyes to the whole. And all the
    • individual men do not need to take back again in the course of their
    • content he has given to the earth when he gradually acquires the
    • and especially from the present day onwards, we gradually send out
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    • he gradually acquired the possibility of following the process that
    • dwell in the individual human beings need not at all be related to
    • already quite abstract form, which has of course appeared gradually
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    • he gradually acquired the possibility of following the process that
    • dwell in the individual human beings need not at all be related to
    • already quite abstract form, which has of course appeared gradually
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    • The Human Soul in its Connection with Godly-Spiritual Individualities.
    • Goettlich-Geistligen Individualitaeten.
    • Individualities.
    • Goettlich-Geistligen Individualitaeten.
    • is expressed in words develops, gradually, out of speaking. It is
    • enabled gradually to behold the whole warp and woof of the world and
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    • The Human Soul in its Connection with Godly-Spiritual Individualities.
    • Goettlich-Geistligen Individualitaeten.
    • Individualities.
    • Goettlich-Geistligen Individualitaeten.
    • is expressed in words develops, gradually, out of speaking. It is
    • enabled gradually to behold the whole warp and woof of the world and
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    • gradual process of evolution of all the phenomena and creatures in
    • to lay open the individual. (Correspondence between Schiller
    • Each one of her works has its own individuality, each of her
    • phenomena requires individual comprehension, and yet it all
    • whereas with a non-occult forcible entry the individual
    • Every individual man, one may say, harbors within him, according to his
    • which changes the inner nature of the individual. There are about
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    • gradual process of evolution of all the phenomena and creatures in
    • to lay open the individual. (Correspondence between Schiller
    • Each one of her works has its own individuality, each of her
    • phenomena requires individual comprehension, and yet it all
    • whereas with a non-occult forcible entry the individual
    • Every individual man, one may say, harbors within him, according to his
    • which changes the inner nature of the individual. There are about
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    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • Imaginative Thinking is gradually brought home to us, however,
    • The exercises gradually give us the power to eliminate the whole of
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    • ordinary life and ordinary science. Pure thought begins gradually to
    • Imaginative Thinking is gradually brought home to us, however,
    • The exercises gradually give us the power to eliminate the whole of
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    • life of individuals, even, too, of races. But prophetic knowledge,
    • reaching beyond the individual concerns of men, they broke through
    • the life of an individual or of a people. There seems to be no kind
    • happenings in the life of an individual or a people, or in the
    • the birth of an individual — comes true later on, it is of
    • events in the lives of individuals and of peoples, and happenings in
    • regularity and according to law. Although the individual does not
    • connections in the life of the individual, so too are there cyclic
    • this law also embraces the return of the individuality into the
    • individual: from birth to the change of teeth, from then to puberty,
    • Jesus as an individual. In reply to the retort that world-history is
    • lead back to this or that individual who inspired the rest.
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    • life of individuals, even, too, of races. But prophetic knowledge,
    • reaching beyond the individual concerns of men, they broke through
    • the life of an individual or of a people. There seems to be no kind
    • happenings in the life of an individual or a people, or in the
    • the birth of an individual — comes true later on, it is of
    • events in the lives of individuals and of peoples, and happenings in
    • regularity and according to law. Although the individual does not
    • connections in the life of the individual, so too are there cyclic
    • this law also embraces the return of the individuality into the
    • individual: from birth to the change of teeth, from then to puberty,
    • Jesus as an individual. In reply to the retort that world-history is
    • lead back to this or that individual who inspired the rest.
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    • But during the Egyptian period men gradually lost this old clairvoyance
    • individuality, who live in the external world as I have described in my
    • moral impulses must be born in the individual and from the individual
    • of men is such that the air exhaled by an individual who has within him
    • the preservation of his organs, so what develops within the individual
    • out-breathed by individuals in times to come. Thus we must look towards
    • greatest helpers of the individual human being with his own moral
    • become very individual, so to shape the whole organism of a man who has
    • individual moral quality can be derived from the blood itself. These
    • acquiring individual freedom in ever-greater measure. But a great and
    • learn to function as an individual in the true sense, so that his moral
    • impulses are bound up with his individuality in this earthly life, and
    • he can be creative through his own, individual moral impulses. The
    • individual to do what the particular situation demands of him. This
    • to show that the individual, out of himself, can give birth to moral
    • can gradually become the material?”
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    • into their individual qualities of soul and this expressed itself in
    • trace of this lack of individuality, this irritating objectivity, but
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    • individuals here and there who had some conception — even if not
    • man like Paracelsus. He was one of those isolated individuals who had
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    • is exercised by man, how he gradually unfolds the faculty of thinking
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    • among individuals and communities denounced as heretical sects, this
    • exterminated by the gradual advance of the Turanian peoples — the
    • celebrated. For the individual man, the ceremonies and ritual were to
    • was gradually confined within the externalised forms preserved in
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    • gradually acquires characteristic traits, and its helpless movements
    • gradually acquire strength and sureness, when we observe the
    • We understand and we can see how the soul-spiritual part gradually
    • outwardly gradually withdraws to the person's inner being, and
    • we compare what stands at the beginning of life — the gradual
    • process of initiation. People will gradually come to the point of
    • the founders of religions and sects were wont to do, will gradually
    • thing which will in future give individuals the right to be teachers
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    • gradually acquires characteristic traits, and its helpless movements
    • gradually acquire strength and sureness, when we observe the
    • We understand and we can see how the soul-spiritual part gradually
    • outwardly gradually withdraws to the person's inner being, and
    • we compare what stands at the beginning of life — the gradual
    • process of initiation. People will gradually come to the point of
    • the founders of religions and sects were wont to do, will gradually
    • thing which will in future give individuals the right to be teachers
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    • The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages
    • The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and
    • spirit. By departing from various standpoints, we have gradually
    • years prior to the Mystery of Golgotha, and then it has gradually
    • that humanity gradually loses altogether the possibility of
    • traditionally from a Christian direction and had gradually acquired
    • this dual character of cognition during the Middle Ages. New
    • intellect, as such, had developed, its technique had gradually
    • gradually paled and died. The possibility of an independent
    • gradually paled under the influence of contents which were
    • gradually disappeared completely, and what lies before us in the
    • super-sensible contents gradually pales and disappears. Also this
    • were gradually lost, so that finally nothing remained of this idea
    • these super-sensible contents of human knowledge had gradually
    • is gradually losing its contents and is gradually adopting the
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    • The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages
    • The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and
    • spirit. By departing from various standpoints, we have gradually
    • years prior to the Mystery of Golgotha, and then it has gradually
    • that humanity gradually loses altogether the possibility of
    • traditionally from a Christian direction and had gradually acquired
    • this dual character of cognition during the Middle Ages. New
    • intellect, as such, had developed, its technique had gradually
    • gradually paled and died. The possibility of an independent
    • gradually paled under the influence of contents which were
    • gradually disappeared completely, and what lies before us in the
    • super-sensible contents gradually pales and disappears. Also this
    • were gradually lost, so that finally nothing remained of this idea
    • these super-sensible contents of human knowledge had gradually
    • is gradually losing its contents and is gradually adopting the
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    • world-conception was gradually approaching a certain culminating
    • gradually came to the surface in more recent times, and that it was
    • gradually come about that the arms, feet and legs of the human being
    • so forth. Particularly the individual side becomes an egoistic
    • we gradually learn to swear in the materialistic epoch, between
    • face this war of all against all. We would see the gradual
    • result of the world-conception which has gradually developed since
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    • world-conception was gradually approaching a certain culminating
    • gradually came to the surface in more recent times, and that it was
    • gradually come about that the arms, feet and legs of the human being
    • so forth. Particularly the individual side becomes an egoistic
    • we gradually learn to swear in the materialistic epoch, between
    • face this war of all against all. We would see the gradual
    • result of the world-conception which has gradually developed since
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    • becomes severed from the human individuality and goes its own
    • individuality, from that part of its being which then continued
    • individuality of little Theodor Faiss, but I would rather draw
    • individual human being is placed into his physical existence; all the
    • individuality of a human soul such as the one of which we spoke just
    • human beings should gradually become acquainted with spiritual
    • forces pertaining to the spiritual world. These forces are gradually
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    • becomes severed from the human individuality and goes its own
    • individuality, from that part of its being which then continued
    • individuality of little Theodor Faiss, but I would rather draw
    • individual human being is placed into his physical existence; all the
    • individuality of a human soul such as the one of which we spoke just
    • human beings should gradually become acquainted with spiritual
    • forces pertaining to the spiritual world. These forces are gradually
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    • experienced, however, they gradually become vision of man’s
    • course of the Middle Ages this wisdom was gradually superseded by a
    • in the element of air, by the process of breathing, again gradually
    • which were gradually evolved by Scholasticism and have since been
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    • experienced, however, they gradually become vision of man’s
    • course of the Middle Ages this wisdom was gradually superseded by a
    • in the element of air, by the process of breathing, again gradually
    • which were gradually evolved by Scholasticism and have since been
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    • individual karmas can only be understood
    • individuals. Such things may happen in hundreds of different ways. In
    • conditions of individual human beings who are led by an inner
    • of the individual. Hence the strange destiny of those who are sincere
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    • individual karmas can only be understood
    • individuals. Such things may happen in hundreds of different ways. In
    • conditions of individual human beings who are led by an inner
    • of the individual. Hence the strange destiny of those who are sincere
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    • and it is only right that hereby mankind has gradually gained control
    • ardent seekers after truth have gradually begun to think of late that
    • gradually harder and more rigid; their outlines would have become
    • concealed to most people, but gradually they will be revealed more
    • that only a few single individuals have succeeded in seeing
    • animates and furthers the spiritual development of the individual,
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    • and it is only right that hereby mankind has gradually gained control
    • ardent seekers after truth have gradually begun to think of late that
    • gradually harder and more rigid; their outlines would have become
    • concealed to most people, but gradually they will be revealed more
    • that only a few single individuals have succeeded in seeing
    • animates and furthers the spiritual development of the individual,
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    • Thus man would gradually become an automaton, unless we bear in mind
    • be cultivated individually, so that we may progress. Cultivate what
    • gradually find the path enabling you, in the present difficult and
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    • Thus man would gradually become an automaton, unless we bear in mind
    • be cultivated individually, so that we may progress. Cultivate what
    • gradually find the path enabling you, in the present difficult and
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    • can there gradually be achieved what is necessary in this domain. As
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    • can there gradually be achieved what is necessary in this domain. As
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    • have gradually become those of our arts — bodily, plastic
    • before him. The theology and religion of our time has gradually
    • work from the enthusiasm of a few single individuals, but that it is
    • gradually develop together with anthroposophical knowledge out of the
    • single individual, but that, out of the knowledge thus gained in an
    • individual way, there must flow by an absolute inner necessity the
    • private individual, and in such a way that I have emphasized with the
    • this being made quite clear to the world; to individuals who wished
    • I am quite sure that the very excellent and outstanding individuals
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    • have gradually become those of our arts — bodily, plastic
    • before him. The theology and religion of our time has gradually
    • work from the enthusiasm of a few single individuals, but that it is
    • gradually develop together with anthroposophical knowledge out of the
    • single individual, but that, out of the knowledge thus gained in an
    • individual way, there must flow by an absolute inner necessity the
    • private individual, and in such a way that I have emphasized with the
    • this being made quite clear to the world; to individuals who wished
    • I am quite sure that the very excellent and outstanding individuals
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    • gradually be acquired by speaking of things repeatedly and throwing
    • rise gradually to those concepts which penetrate more deeply into the
    • for we know, of course, that during our life we gradually become used
    • up, we grow older, and our strength gradually dwindles. Consequently,
    • that we gradually begin to feel and to sense our physical body. We
    • little, we do not notice the fact that we gradually spin ourselves
    • on, fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • If we gradually
    • lecture. Here, in the physical world, we gradually grow accustomed to
    • approach them physically, and then we gradually become acquainted
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • that you TAKE HOLD of it ... and as you gradually ENCOMPASS IT
    • difference between a soul that is gradually finding its way into the
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    • gradually be acquired by speaking of things repeatedly and throwing
    • rise gradually to those concepts which penetrate more deeply into the
    • for we know, of course, that during our life we gradually become used
    • up, we grow older, and our strength gradually dwindles. Consequently,
    • that we gradually begin to feel and to sense our physical body. We
    • little, we do not notice the fact that we gradually spin ourselves
    • on, fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • If we gradually
    • lecture. Here, in the physical world, we gradually grow accustomed to
    • approach them physically, and then we gradually become acquainted
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • that you TAKE HOLD of it ... and as you gradually ENCOMPASS IT
    • difference between a soul that is gradually finding its way into the
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    • (Ruotsi). The Slavs then gradually adopted this name, and because
    • Just as an individual human being
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    • Just as an individual human being
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    • personalities, a few leading individuals. For example, a construction
    • great individuals, who were not themselves directly concerned with
    • individual man (even into the ‘I’ man It came) but the
    • individual man (the ‘I’ man) did not receive It.
    • eye was gradually created by the Sun. The eye was created for the
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    • great individuals, who were not themselves directly concerned with
    • individual man (even into the ‘I’ man It came) but the
    • individual man (the ‘I’ man) did not receive It.
    • eye was gradually created by the Sun. The eye was created for the
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    • can never satisfy a person with an in-turned will. Many an individual
    • or superficiality of the individual. But this very pain, this
    • individuals with the deepest sense of the Society's mission who have
    • consisted exclusively of thoughts and feelings. Each individual split
    • have had to call away individuals who formerly guided activities in
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    • can never satisfy a person with an in-turned will. Many an individual
    • or superficiality of the individual. But this very pain, this
    • individuals with the deepest sense of the Society's mission who have
    • consisted exclusively of thoughts and feelings. Each individual split
    • have had to call away individuals who formerly guided activities in
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    • the impressions of education gradually begins to participate in the
    • gradually disappears and is forgotten. It is there nevertheless, and
    • nothing else but a gradual forgetting of all that chains the human
    • answer. But we must leave ourselves time to do this gradually, for it
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    • something else we should note as well, which will gradually have to
    • blood on the physical plane. These things will only gradually be
    • prescribe in individual cases how the macrocosmic element outside can
    • carrying out his method properly, he can gradually exercise his own
    • us say, then, that we shall gradually attain an understanding of the
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    • towards which we will gradually work our way. In the first lecture of
    • will gradually accustom themselves to this way of thinking.
    • transition from dual sexuality to the division into sexes if we
    • visualise how the earlier dual sexed human being gradually developed
    • in such a way that in one group of individuals the characteristics of
    • meaning behind the two sexes gradually developing and then
    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • in him. Man became in a certain way individualised because, having a
    • gradually individualised in the course of life. Then this possibility
    • became harmful. For this gradually reduced mans capacity to change.
    • individuality the power to change himself Man always has an inner
    • and gradually disappeared altogether the more humanity progressed.
    • point of mummification. Through the gradual departure of the moon
    • individualisation of man. If it had been possible for human beings to
    • propagate without the two sexes, this individualising would not have
    • human individuality would be extinguished, and men would all become
    • individual characters from birth. So the significance and meaning of
    • through the separating off of the male element the individualising of
    • man at birth has replaced the old kind of individualisation. What was
    • individualisation was pushed back to the arising of the physical
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    • organism is extremely complex and its individual organs came into
    • ordering of matter in the cosmos, so that the individual planetary
    • science. To begin with you hear — and gradually understand —
    • Moon and Earth. In the future it will gradually become completely
    • individualities who have to interpret the signs of the times had to
    • when we regard it not as an arbitrary act of this or that individual,
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    • number of days that varies individually, the second corpse, the
    • as an individual, we find something else that gives them a more
    • Lemurian epoch. Man gradually descended from divine-spiritual
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    • intelligent it does not arise out of an individual element in the
    • have by virtue of being born an individuality. This stream takes on
    • characteristics. Now it is true that the actual individual kernel of
    • normal conditions for his individuality to be exchanged. The
    • individuality is already united with the human body before birth.
    • at what moment this kernel of individuality can start its formative
    • work on man is a different matter. The individual kernel is already
    • the child has entered the world this kernel of individuality begins
    • child at birth, and little by little the individual qualities work
    • individuality's work on the organism before birth, that is quite
    • another chapter. We can for instance also say that the individuality
    • by the individuality takes place from without, for example through
    • the mother. But the actual work of the individuality on the organism
    • animals we cannot say that an individual soul passes from incarnation
    • cannot say that what is individual in the animal is reincarnated. It
    • gradually transforms the organism, so that it becomes not only the
    • of his individual abilities, talents, and so on.
    • the organism, that is, if it is not individual, the feeling of
    • the ego only gradually begins to be active in the child, and at birth
    • him. Nobody is likely to say that a dog or a parrot has as individual
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    • various capacities that mankind has today, developed gradually in the
    • souls, whilst the souls around the Equator were more individual
    • not have come about. For the Lemurian population would have gradually
    • these people gradually wandered to the West and became the nation the
    • individual, personal matter. And it was only at the border of these
    • within us speak, or by imagining that each individual carries his own
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    • know that man's development is a gradual and very complicated
    • forces. However, these currents and forces gradually become less
    • is ringing. The child learns this only gradually, because the part of
    • let us consider the gradual development of the human being and
    • and then the etheric body gradually develops. And this etheric body
    • gradually begin to realise their depth. Where does all that is
    • his ego, and he has been gradually developing these principles. But
    • have gradually replaced all this by something he has taken into
    • dint of struggle and striving gradually to create out of these
    • advancing to the freedom of individual creativity through the
    • brotherhood. This means nothing else than that each individual is
    • inseparable from the principle of individuality. Each single member
    • individual prepares himself to reach the level of those who are the
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    • is over. After death relationships between individuals continue as
    • Vision of spiritual realities gradually lost by human souls in the
    • for the next incarnation. Individuals after death are approached by
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    • is over. After death relationships between individuals continue as
    • by studying them very gradually and from many different aspects. It
    • hope to penetrate slowly and gradually to the essence of
    • to develop gradually. This is also an indication of how what I have
    • age is a cause of offence to numbers of individuals. But we must not
    • flow into it. Individual souls will become more and more receptive
    • ought to have loved some individual but have loved him too little; we
    • relationship we had with an individual who died before us remains.
    • individuals remain and continue as they were during earthly life.
    • individual will be very different if he detects a spiritual quality
    • recognise the true qualities of the individual in question. The most
    • decisive. Individuals with a religious inner life will become
    • to which they belonged. On the other hand, individuals without any
    • individuals with predominantly materialistic views and who scorn
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    • individuals, marks the limit before which, in later life, a human
    • about the reason why the child gradually passes from the stage when
    • difference is evident according to whether an individual passes into
    • individuals who during their life on Earth came to realise that
    • the attitude of soul in every individual should incline to
    • attracted to those individuals whose souls have been moulded by the
    • principles of a different faith. An individual who on the Earth
    • Earth, also understanding of what is taking place in every individual
    • human being without distinction. Even when some individual was to be
    • men had gradually to be prepared to become more and more qualified
    • namely that in the earlier periods of Earth evolution the individual
    • Individuality to whom the Christians turn, was least active among the
    • gradually acquire. But the reality itself has come to pass;
    • becoming solitary individuals in the Sun sphere, unable to make
    • individual can ask himself the question: In what measure must I
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    • spiritual world we come into contact with a friend or an individual
    • new birth the individual concerned must undergo all the suffering
    • upon conditions to bring about a change. An individual who is aware
    • period after death, during the time in Kamaloka, an individual sees
    • It is really only an individual who has remained on the physical
    • follow that an individual feels exactly what he expresses in his
    • soul, the whole stamp of the individual concerned. So what we
    • of how men will gradually develop consciousness of what surrounds
    • conveyed by individuals with whom there had been a connection in the
    • consequence, a host of individual human souls, as described in detail
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    • stars work upon his being, how they gradually rebuild it. From this
    • beings having gradually acquired knowledge of particular processes,
    • will be quite a number of individuals who when they look at a
    • Speaking generally it can be said that the number of individuals who
    • utterances were an enumeration of the individual planetary Spirits
    • the Universe was gradually lost to humanity and it is interesting to
    • watch how the ancient knowledge disappears gradually as later epochs
    • it but in the future more and more individuals must do so —
    • gradually find that they lack the life-giving forces they need.
    • the soma-juice rained down from the heavens into individual souls,
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    • Christmas season we may very properly think of an individual
    • With this individuality and his activity since the
    • And so we recognise as a valid truth that the individuality who lived
    • the course of his incarnations an individual will have lived in
    • Mars. The example of a certain individuality is clear evidence of the
    • in the next incarnation in an individual who conceived of the
    • have confronted another class of individuals, composed of followers
    • of individuals capable only of leading a monastic life patterned on
    • that of Francis of Assisi; and these individuals alone would have
    • be prophetically foreseen, it became the task of the individual whom
    • relationship led to the individuality of the Buddha ceasing to work
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    • individuality of whom we are now thinking lived on the Earth as
    • too, that when an individual passes through the gate of death he
    • to acquire these capacities gradually. In the earliest period of his
    • what we shall gradually come to recognise as the true ‘I’,
    • earliest periods of his life the human being is only gradually
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    • of teeth occur at precisely the same age in different individuals.
    • less regular and also more individual process — proceeds from
    • which is the line of individual development, it is impossible to make
    • of an individual. It would be a complete misconception of history to
    • individual living in the thirteenth century. In those days there were
    • control of the Medici. The tremendous power of individual authorities
    • this spiritual endowment had undergone decline. Individuals who
    • human beings had gradually withered away in the soul. Now the life
    • the conditions just described. The individuals baptised by John were
    • these individuals was liberated from them and for a short time, while
    • Mystery of Golgotha into the souls of individuals who develop a
    • more materialistic. Because all development is a slow and gradual
    • to the Mystery of Golgotha. Individuals belonging to the most
    • is possible only through Spiritual Science. But if man is gradually
    • now the Buddha's task gradually to transform these warlike traits in
    • truly great individuals such as Goethe do no such thing. They
    • individual can reach on a path of progress. Public opinion is
    • gradually — can be traced back to infancy; but there will be
    • existence of an increasing number of individuals about whom it will
    • inevitably be asked: What can have happened to that individual at a
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    • Vision of spiritual realities gradually lost by human souls in the
    • from the other side of life, the fact that man's body can gradually
    • individual enters into physical existence there is a mysterious
    • is that perhaps only after hundreds of years a particular individual
    • beholding the spiritual should gradually cease and man's gaze be
    • individual sends from his soul into his body that is coming into
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    • for the next incarnation. Individuals after death are approached by
    • We know that when an individual has spent this period of
    • acquired in earthly life. And so an individual who in earthly life
    • Earth such an individual can take no interest in spiritual worlds;
    • for such an individual but in this case not as a result of
    • in such a way that although he becomes an individual who is,
    • When we come across individuals who have worked on their
    • themselves had been acquired because such individuals had passed
    • of super-sensible research we trace the path of such an individual
    • individuals, who shied away from facts and people in the world and
    • individual of this type might say: I seek within myself in order that
    • example, there are individuals who notice an announcement that here
    • the fact that many individuals reject Anthroposophy and it is
    • shown. Therefore as individuals we can acquire from the Beings of the
    • those individuals with whom we had actual contacts here on Earth and
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    • individuality of the human being concerned, continually expands,
    • the individual acquired through heredity with what has been absorbed
    • during which the soul feels bound to disengage itself gradually from
    • the soul gradually realises that it is nonsense to wish for
    • of Flowing Susceptibility. There the human being gradually
    • their own distinctive colouring in every individual. Whereas thoughts
    • incarnation on Earth taken as a whole, still lingers. Gradually,
    • ourselves belonged. We learn, therefore, gradually to know our
    • soul needs in order to shape a new life are gradually impressed into
    • individuals sitting here today. If the souls incarnated in the world
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    • gradually to raise himself consciously to what the Holy Grail is
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    • Thus in the duality of the public and private works there actually
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    • certain summit, and not only among particular individuals, such as
    • everything that individual religious creeds have to say about the
    • immersed in the individual character of this thought. And then one
    • It was to this duality of the primal Father and the
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    • centre. What is really meant by the themes will then gradually
    • previously been incarnated on Earth in this or that individual. We
    • from spiritual worlds in order to live in single individuals on
    • how from the Lemurian Age onwards souls gradually came down from
    • the reflections, of the activity of Christ Jesus on the individual
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    • are told that the Lord often spoke in parables and only gradually
    • gradually, step by step, and very often only in connection with
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    • gradually to the seeker's soul. I have not withheld the various
    • have heard how he speaks of the new influence which gradually enters
    • And if we now ask how Parsifal gradually gains
    • from below the surface were gradually to emerge; and Parsifal,
    • gradually into the consciousness of men. Let us try to transform that
    • work gradually towards the other part of Kepler's world-picture
    • shall gradually come to understand what our anthroposophical
    • world-conception is seeking; we shall gradually press on further and
    • Search for the Holy Grail”. It can be left to each individual
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    • working down in the hidden depths of the body so as gradually to
    • organism. When in childhood man gradually develops from within
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    • working down in the hidden depths of the body so as gradually to
    • organism. When in childhood man gradually develops from within
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    • between the individual man and his ancestors and is included in the
    • individual thought, but is stimulated by the impulse coming from the
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • longer duration of life than an individual man. The individual man
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    • between the individual man and his ancestors and is included in the
    • individual thought, but is stimulated by the impulse coming from the
    • The Christ-Impulse gradually faded and man became aware that the
    • longer duration of life than an individual man. The individual man
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    • SPIRITUAL INDIVIDUALITIES OF THE PLANETS
    • rotating nebula, out of which the heavenly bodies gradually
    • speak of the “individualities” and the individual
    • In this way one comes gradually to a knowledge of the “individuality”
    • individuality. Equally it is not possible for a science that
    • individuality of the Moon.
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • Saturn presents himself to us as the heavenly individuality who has
    • past. These indications give some idea of the individuality, the
    • individual character, of Saturn.
    • zest and fervour. Mars is the planetary individuality who in the
    • individualities stands the Sun, creating harmony between the
    • individuality in whom the element of necessity in destiny and the
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    • SPIRITUAL INDIVIDUALITIES OF THE PLANETS
    • rotating nebula, out of which the heavenly bodies gradually
    • speak of the “individualities” and the individual
    • In this way one comes gradually to a knowledge of the “individuality”
    • individuality. Equally it is not possible for a science that
    • individuality of the Moon.
    • he is reveals itself gradually as a kind of memory of the planetary
    • Saturn presents himself to us as the heavenly individuality who has
    • past. These indications give some idea of the individuality, the
    • individual character, of Saturn.
    • zest and fervour. Mars is the planetary individuality who in the
    • individualities stands the Sun, creating harmony between the
    • individuality in whom the element of necessity in destiny and the
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    • or less been lost, is connected to a great extent with the gradual
    • such as he presents himself as an individual corporality,
    • science of the present time and by contemplating the individual human
    • true essence and being of a nation, seen as a definite individuality
    • speak of a definite individuality, of a real individual Being. This
    • the case of Folk-Souls, we must really study the individual
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    • individual human being and the Folk-Soul takes place through the
    • individual human being, if you were to continue by studying this upon
    • individual Russians? — This takes place in such a way, that the
    • soil bears upon it. The light does not influence the individual
    • can communicate with the individual Russians. This explains the
    • the Folk-Soul and the individual human being.
    • individual Russian, while he walks over his land, or feels the life
    • speak objectively of the connections between the individual
    • Folk-Soul and the individual human being. Anthropology is a
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    • or less been lost, is connected to a great extent with the gradual
    • such as he presents himself as an individual corporality,
    • science of the present time and by contemplating the individual human
    • true essence and being of a nation, seen as a definite individuality
    • speak of a definite individuality, of a real individual Being. This
    • the case of Folk-Souls, we must really study the individual
    • “THE MISSION OF THE INDIVIDUAL FOLK-SOULS IN CONNECTION WITH THE GERMANIC NORTHERN MYTHOLOGY”]
    • individual human being and the Folk-Soul takes place through the
    • individual human being, if you were to continue by studying this upon
    • individual Russians? — This takes place in such a way, that the
    • soil bears upon it. The light does not influence the individual
    • can communicate with the individual Russians. This explains the
    • the Folk-Soul and the individual human being.
    • individual Russian, while he walks over his land, or feels the life
    • speak objectively of the connections between the individual
    • Folk-Soul and the individual human being. Anthropology is a
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    • Individual Spiritual Beings Working in the Human Soul.
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    • Individual Spiritual Beings Working in the Human Soul.
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    • Individual Spiritual Beings Working in the Human Soul.
    • anthroposophy has to speak. Such an individual feels he has to
    • paleontology, with what the individual branches of natural science
    • necessity if an individual is wrestling for knowledge in all earnest.
    • When an individual
    • individual face to face with the spiritual world.
    • the outstanding individuals of knowledge from the past. I have
    • necessary, however, if an individual really wishes to make
    • spiritualists, pantheists, individualists, or monadists, and so on,
    • individual thing, to remaining conscious in what limited sense an
    • his erudition; but such an individual may work with clear concepts
    • years by taking into account all the individual perceptions. The only
    • I would have to offer many lectures. If an individual is to pursue
    • abandoned by science some decades before.) An individual who develops
    • far-reaching, for they are found only when an individual progresses
    • investigation by making death our point of departure, we gradually
    • things in individual detail. I will point to something specific here,
    • speaks of particular individual spirits, particular individual
    • spiritual beings, belonging to a concrete, individualized spiritual
    • world, just as here we speak of individualized plant beings, animal
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    • Individual Spiritual Beings Working in the Human Soul.
    • Such individuals want to know of nothing but the sense world, and I
    • associations have as their goal to transform the earth gradually into
    • numerous such associations in which people worked toward gradually
    • human beings would gradually be entirely shut off from the spiritual
    • friends, if we gradually develop our consciousness here from
    • processes prevail so that we gradually acquire the consciousness that
    • individual acquires spiritual concepts, these concepts develop a
    • however, an individual not only needs the ability to disengage
    • an individual must make his own today. It is no longer adequate for
    • merely material interests that have gradually laid hold of everything
    • and comprehension of it must be acquired slowly and gradually. But
    • in it about which he knows nothing! He gradually comes to know what
    • such that it is impossible not to equip people gradually with such
    • thing is for him to be unable to do this. An individual will not have
    • gradually lay hold of the human being, and will lay hold of him. Only
    • it now. Only gradually is it bringing forth its special
    • double. The double had to be gradually withdrawn from man's circle of
    • vision. Only now is he gradually permitted to come into it again, now
    • Europe were gradually adjusted in such a way that the European people
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    • an insight into the facts of the spiritual world develop gradually,
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • riddles gives us strength, gradually makes us more perfect also as
    • destiny. Undoubtedly, every case has its individual aspect. But just
    • the spiritual-scientific study of individual cases can give us a
    • Of course, the details differ for every individual case,
    • sight of this fact — is gradually impoverished through the
    • thoughtlessly people live, without noticing the gradual
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • forces which are gradually becoming paralysed and those which should
    • only for the welfare of individual human souls, but also for the
    • gradually enter before birth into hereditary conditions through the
    • which concerns us individually during a future life on earth, but
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    • an insight into the facts of the spiritual world develop gradually,
    • greater value for the individual and concrete life of a human being.
    • riddles gives us strength, gradually makes us more perfect also as
    • destiny. Undoubtedly, every case has its individual aspect. But just
    • the spiritual-scientific study of individual cases can give us a
    • Of course, the details differ for every individual case,
    • sight of this fact — is gradually impoverished through the
    • thoughtlessly people live, without noticing the gradual
    • may really use this expression), they will gradually separate
    • forces which are gradually becoming paralysed and those which should
    • only for the welfare of individual human souls, but also for the
    • gradually enter before birth into hereditary conditions through the
    • which concerns us individually during a future life on earth, but
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    • behind. Gradually, what we acquired and assimilated to our etheric
    • aside by the real individuality — sends back his imaginations
    • remains a connection after death between the true human individuality
    • or that dead individual. A certain kind of intercourse can
    • individuality of the dead is living. However, one can only do so if
    • individuality through the fact that he lives in the writing. Or
    • aside our etheric body. We with our own individuality are then among
    • or antipathy to individuals. He must not allow himself to be
    • individualities, can have with people on earth, is far more intimate
    • is at this stage that the human individuality grows ripe to enter no
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    • behind. Gradually, what we acquired and assimilated to our etheric
    • aside by the real individuality — sends back his imaginations
    • remains a connection after death between the true human individuality
    • or that dead individual. A certain kind of intercourse can
    • individuality of the dead is living. However, one can only do so if
    • individuality through the fact that he lives in the writing. Or
    • aside our etheric body. We with our own individuality are then among
    • or antipathy to individuals. He must not allow himself to be
    • individualities, can have with people on earth, is far more intimate
    • is at this stage that the human individuality grows ripe to enter no
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    • nothing in the nature and individuality of a person, for everything
    • hold his own and assert his individual character. But this is
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    • hold his own and assert his individual character. But this is
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    • gradually acquire knowledge in a different way, — he must set
    • individuality and rather strive to amalgamate. Certain initiates in
    • another and become many individuals. Rather do they strive to grow
    • whatever is investigated concerning the atomic weight of individual
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    • gradually acquire knowledge in a different way, — he must set
    • individuality and rather strive to amalgamate. Certain initiates in
    • another and become many individuals. Rather do they strive to grow
    • whatever is investigated concerning the atomic weight of individual
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    • so that a more accurate knowledge can gradually be acquired by
    • images. In order to rise gradually to those concepts which penetrate
    • one, for we know, of course, that during our life we gradually
    • become used up, we grow older, and our strength gradually dwindles.
    • age. Our life consists in that we gradually begin to feel and to
    • fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • If we gradually succeed in experiencing, in spiritual
    • world, we gradually grow accustomed to life by having, to begin
    • we first approach them physically, and then we gradually become
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • but that you take hold of it ... and as you gradually encompass it
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • so that a more accurate knowledge can gradually be acquired by
    • images. In order to rise gradually to those concepts which penetrate
    • one, for we know, of course, that during our life we gradually
    • become used up, we grow older, and our strength gradually dwindles.
    • age. Our life consists in that we gradually begin to feel and to
    • fatigue gradually begins to drown the vital forces, and then the
    • If we gradually succeed in experiencing, in spiritual
    • world, we gradually grow accustomed to life by having, to begin
    • we first approach them physically, and then we gradually become
    • must gradually build up. You may have an idea of the soul's
    • but that you take hold of it ... and as you gradually encompass it
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • the right confidence can be gained only gradually, by one who sees
    • or, let us say, through conception — gradually becomes
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • connected with our individuality. It continues to live in our astral
    • gradually to form a plastic picture of the spiritual world. We can
    • gradually come, only of course, this must be in the sphere of
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • Materialism gradually estranges us completely from
    • continue to live as individualities. Then, the spirit and the sense
    • death continues to live in his individuality. It continues to live in
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    • the right confidence can be gained only gradually, by one who sees
    • or, let us say, through conception — gradually becomes
    • individual life of the dead between death and a new birth, but also,
    • Gradually, we begin to realise that, after all, we live
    • connected with our individuality. It continues to live in our astral
    • gradually to form a plastic picture of the spiritual world. We can
    • gradually come, only of course, this must be in the sphere of
    • individuality — kindling themselves to a new consciousness, in
    • Materialism gradually estranges us completely from
    • continue to live as individualities. Then, the spirit and the sense
    • death continues to live in his individuality. It continues to live in
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    • passing through his individual evolution from one incarnation to
    • human physical body gradually begins to lignify because the forces of
    • is also true in the life of the individual. There is by no means the
    • considering the development of the individual himself, account
    • course of an individual human life is the one that comprises
    • approximately the first three years. In that period, every individual
    • the Son of Man is gradually permeated by the Son of God. When the
    • physical body that is gradually withering, and this we can overcome.
    • evolution of the individual human being” (which we ourselves
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    • passing through his individual evolution from one incarnation to
    • human physical body gradually begins to lignify because the forces of
    • is also true in the life of the individual. There is by no means the
    • considering the development of the individual himself, account
    • course of an individual human life is the one that comprises
    • approximately the first three years. In that period, every individual
    • the Son of Man is gradually permeated by the Son of God. When the
    • physical body that is gradually withering, and this we can overcome.
    • evolution of the individual human being” (which we ourselves
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • learn the inward life of an individual being we must pass from the
    • of the real thought, feeling and will of individual human beings. It
    • quite impartially on what we call the Mission of Individual
    • individuals belonging to the several peoples will only be able to
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • which, in contradistinction to individual human life, we describe as
    • individuals belonging to the several peoples will only be able to
    • of the Archangels. The individual members of a nation receive what
    • imagine that these Folk-spirits are individually different, as are
    • the several different groups of people are the individual missions of
    • spirit of the age is specialized, individualized by the Folk-spirits.
    • They are the connecting link between Folk-spirits and individual
    • individual man may be an instrument in the mission of his people,
    • this inter-mediation between the individual human being and the
    • it. It is true that man is in the first place a human individual, the
    • something over which as a human individual he has at first no
    • speaking the language of that people? That is not an individual
    • acquirement, neither does it belong to what we call individual
    • progress, it is the stream into which he is received. Individual
    • themselves in the most various individual ways, we have seen that
    • various folk-individualities. Whilst the Spirits of the Age endow the
    • Folk-spirits, care is taken that these may flow into the individual
    • human beings; so that these individuals may fulfill their mission.
    • The fact that individual persons become instruments in this mission
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    • gradually, and when they do alter, the alteration only takes place
    • different human individuals. You may think of an endless variety of
    • individuals, is only caused by the degree of the mingling. National
    • shall see the significance of the individual human beings to the
    • the mingling of the temperaments of the single individuals. You then
    • possessed by an individual belonging to the people. The Archangelic
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    • reflection of this Folk-spirit is expressed in human individuality
    • itself, as the folk-character of the single human individual.
    • human individualities. He meets with some men whose souls have more
    • from within; hence when the individuals belonging to a people appear
    • from an individual human life, for in each one of these, what is in
    • the people, is something which floats above the separate individual
    • Archangels and the several human individuals. They on their part
    • single individual may do, not only for his own progress, his own
    • here, upon this physical plane, the individual human beings must
    • Between the individual human beings and the Archangels there are the
    • be carried further by the Angels into the separate individuals. The
    • attention to the cultivation of the individualities. This has in
    • the Angels, and these convey them to the separate individuals. Now
    • of their activity. Gradually the saying, that the external world is
    • of which the separate individual peoples first arise. In this way we
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    • astral body, were gradually established and brought to their present
    • saying ‘ I ’ to himself, of gradually coming to
    • age the racial character is gradually being overcome.
    • intervening even in the evolution of the individual human beings. A
    • characteristics of the several peoples. Each individual in his own
    • We do not understand the individual man, if we do not
    • race and the individual.
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    • however, can only come gradually before our mental eyes.
    • Angels, the intermediaries between the individual human beings and
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    • last year — the three Individualities met together, the
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    • The Mission of Individual Folk-Souls,
    • in the way of the division of races, whilst Atlantis was gradually
    • The other peoples of Asia who were gradually developing, were for a
    • the Age who had gradually evolved himself up from the rank of the
    • people, He employed at first, while this race was gradually growing
    • that in ancient times the gradually growing Semitic people had an
    • thousands of years, gradually to spread over the whole earth. This
    • destined to come gradually under the guidance of many different
    • Archangels, in order to form individual peoples in various ways. It
    • necessary that a strong individualizing and intermingling of the
    • only gradually influenced by that common Spirit of the Age who went
    • gradually developed, something which in a certain respect worked
    • of the world, is gradually to grow for humanity. The point in
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    • time of Christ in the Angels and individual Spirit, the Christ. The
    • same time they saw the ‘ I ’ gradually awaking
    • present, in order that these soul-forces might gradually develop.
    • gradually formed themselves, crystallized themselves into the body.
    • down into the individual human beings that which the Archangels bring
    • closely related to the separate human being and his individuality.
    • related to the individual human ‘ I ’ is, that
    • these individual Gods correctly. The Germanic Scandinavian man
    • able to see how the individual human being was built up out of the
    • go back still further for him, by showing how man gradually
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    • Atlantean evolution existed for the purpose of gradually developing
    • whilst they were gradually evolving capacities, and who looked on and
    • tendencies from the beginning and as it has gradually developed in
    • was destined gradually to acquire his ‘ I ’.
    • one felt with compelling accuracy that which will only gradually
    • slaying of Balder. This is felt by the Northman as the gradual loss
    • clairvoyance. Thus one of the greatest historical events, the gradual
    • the old clairvoyance, which then began gradually to disappear.
    • while it was still preserved in the North. Only very gradually,
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    • Each individual people, yea, even all the smaller
    • different stages of the human being, to form it and gradually to
    • Thor. We have seen that each single individual felt himself to be
    • gradually developing that delicately spun speculation, logic and
    • individuality such as Thor. This was experienced in Europe, and hence the
    • European felt this gradual ascent to the individual ‘ I ’
    • of the organism. At that time each individual still felt himself to
    • individual ‘ I ’ being gradually born out of
    • God who really presented him with the individual ‘ I ’.
    • the individual community from which the single individual grows
    • individual ‘ I ’, with the giver of the individual
    • ‘ I ’, with Thor. The individual man recognized
    • system of the rights of the individual. Hence it was the creator of
    • was the great mission of those peoples which gradually developed in
    • that which proceeded directly from a gradual, successive evolution of
    • is for instance an individual man who performs his daily duties, let
    • East, gradually cooled down; then, at a time when Siberia and Russia
    • by Spitzbergen as a warm current, and gradually cooled and so on, —
    • gradually. That civilization, which must be pre-eminently a receptive
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    • his gradually evolving soul the workings of this old divine vision,
    • will be gradually convinced that this is no fantasy; but that what
    • single individuals, in a few especially gifted ones only. It will
    • his actions in the etheric world. Thus gradually the first elements
    • will, (from the middle of the twentieth century on), gradually
    • time been communicated to a few individuals from within the esoteric
    • false materialism, and indeed, there have always been individuals
    • arouse the new gradually evolving clairvoyance in the human breast,
    • individuality. The Germanic Scandinavian Archangel will bring to the
    • earth. We know that they are only individual sacrificial flames which
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    • earth. These Beings of whom I have spoken will gradually come down to the
    • feeling and consciousness of freedom, the self-completeness of individuality
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    • earth. These Beings of whom I have spoken will gradually come down to the
    • feeling and consciousness of freedom, the self-completeness of individuality
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
    • and individuality. Through the Mystery of Golgotha a super-earthly
    • Individual sin is not exempt from karmic justice, but Christ blots
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
    • Even as the individual human soul feels that it cannot
    • the gate of death we lost our human individuality and were united
    • the Godhead. If we could not carry our individuality through death,
    • individuality ceased, love would cease. One being can love another
    • love within us — our individuality.
    • cannot recognize in myself an individuality which could love beyond
    • individuality beyond death — this is what had been lost for
    • an immortal individuality. Therefore, only since the Mystery of
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    • developed very great strength below the surface of the gradually
    • of life are not isolated; their fruitfulness for individuals is
    • of knowledge represent for an individual, for the Christ died for all
    • individual can say: “Not I alone can take my ideals upon myself
    • illuminator of the soul of man. And so we gradually come to enter
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
    • possible to speak of immortality only if individual consciousness is
    • maintained. And since he had to regard the individual consciousness
    • transferred to the higher worlds. We must therefore gradually
    • Christ power that draws up the human individuality into a spiritual
    • coincide with the karmic evolution of the individuals concerned. For
    • mankind, the individual will feel that he must be more and more
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    • wisdom; Christ brings love and individuality. The lectures impress on us
    • understanding comes about gradually, but the New Testament is written
    • in a simple form so that it can be absorbed and, later, gradually
    • restored to him in order that he might gradually be permeated again
    • the mysteries of the universe strive gradually to rise to an
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    • own good. The word “individualism” has become a slogan in
    • in which the individuals constantly fight with each other or those
    • individuals managed to gain large tracts of land and the people
    • because humanity is composed of individual beings. Because all must
    • became strong under the principle of mutual personal individual help.
    • unification, but it only comes about if the individual lives in the
    • higher spiritual beings descend to act through the individual human
    • total individuality in community with our human sisters and brothers.
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    • own good. The word “individualism” has become a slogan in
    • in which the individuals constantly fight with each other or those
    • individuals managed to gain large tracts of land and the people
    • because humanity is composed of individual beings. Because all must
    • became strong under the principle of mutual personal individual help.
    • unification, but it only comes about if the individual lives in the
    • higher spiritual beings descend to act through the individual human
    • total individuality in community with our human sisters and brothers.
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    • individual, very outstanding men like the three Magi from the East
    • All this gradually withdrew and the prosaic world
    • perception were still so rich in individual men at that time that the
    • individuality was not then bound to the space enclosed by the skin;
    • Among individual peoples of pre-Christian times it had
    • intensity for the individual who enters the worlds of higher
    • ideas, ideologies can bring individuals to recognise the necessity of
    • stands. This Guardian demands of an individual who is advancing to
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    • individual man, faculties capable of grasping the super-sensible
    • interests of all professional musicians; even individual groups of
    • equitable position of the individual vis-à-vis the whole, and
    • write in such a way. Every single individual in any profession can
    • for the powers that are needed lie in every individual. We need a
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    • of an individual opinion); that was the time when a beginning was
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    • the gradual rise of the Anthroposophical Society.
    • that the religious convictions of the individual will not thereby be in
    • the individual human soul, a drop out of the ocean of the infinite
    • divine, do I therefore say anything which deifies the individual human
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    • leaders in these Mysteries who began gradually to separate out
    • lungs, and so on, and in understanding the organs individually we
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    • leaders in these Mysteries who began gradually to separate out
    • lungs, and so on, and in understanding the organs individually we
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    • los órganos individualmente, llegamos a comprender el universo. Se
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    • of each of the twelve figures so individualized, that we may well
    • regions — then only do the individual figures become
    • beginning of specialization of individual branches of work. In
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    • of each of the twelve figures so individualized, that we may well
    • regions — then only do the individual figures become
    • beginning of specialization of individual branches of work. In
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    • feel for the rest of the world. A man gradually gets to know the
    • whole surrounding world; gradually he learns that everywhere around
    • case of man death has to do with the bringing down of his individual
    • soul. The more a being is individualized, and the deeper its descent
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    • feel for the rest of the world. A man gradually gets to know the
    • whole surrounding world; gradually he learns that everywhere around
    • case of man death has to do with the bringing down of his individual
    • soul. The more a being is individualized, and the deeper its descent
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    • Animal Soul and Human Individuality.
    • find that you bring the same interest to an individual man as in the
    • species differs from another, does the single individual person
    • which formerly was not as individualized as it is today. At one point
    • markedly individual physiognomies are the sign of this freeing of the
    • individual souls from the group soul. You still find today, among
    • individuality works formatively on the body. This will be more and
    • individuality has worked itself out. Formerly, when marriage only
    • all the more individual became the soul and character. A medley does
    • individuality arise.
    • thereby they first become individual and independent.
    • privilege of the individual human soul. If one part of the group soul
    • individual life. Man struggles for and attains his higher life
    • where the ego can work in the individual being. We should wonder as
    • individual parts in the brain of the Chela are differentiated like
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    • Animal Soul and Human Individuality.
    • find that you bring the same interest to an individual man as in the
    • species differs from another, does the single individual person
    • which formerly was not as individualized as it is today. At one point
    • markedly individual physiognomies are the sign of this freeing of the
    • individual souls from the group soul. You still find today, among
    • individuality works formatively on the body. This will be more and
    • individuality has worked itself out. Formerly, when marriage only
    • all the more individual became the soul and character. A medley does
    • individuality arise.
    • thereby they first become individual and independent.
    • privilege of the individual human soul. If one part of the group soul
    • individual life. Man struggles for and attains his higher life
    • where the ego can work in the individual being. We should wonder as
    • individual parts in the brain of the Chela are differentiated like
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    • the Atlantean age, the etheric body was still outside, and gradually
    • through the gradual entry of the etheric head, through the gradual
    • gradually developed out of a soft mass, so that we can say: Where was
    • ego was enabled to become an individual I, whereas before it was
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    • the Atlantean age, the etheric body was still outside, and gradually
    • through the gradual entry of the etheric head, through the gradual
    • gradually developed out of a soft mass, so that we can say: Where was
    • ego was enabled to become an individual I, whereas before it was
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    • to an end through its own exhaustion, this individual expects to see
    • various materials, the individual components, which have combined to
    • very often studied now; that is, by observing each individual plant
    • the life of the earth as a whole in favor of the individual life
    • considered as a unity. Thus, when we study plants individually, we
    • individual existence as we should be if we looked at a single human
    • hair or nail and tried to study it as an individuality. The hair or
    • recognized when it is studied not as an individual by itself but in
    • merely the sum of the individual plants, for then he knows that what
    • anyone not merely following the single plant individual purely
    • decay of individual plants, but with the whole earth process, with
    • the power of death over the individual animal is in no way different
    • animals a process of the whole earth, already more individualized
    • see how, in each death which overtakes the individual animal, the
    • were, a vast living being composed of the individual group souls of
    • in the individual animal has always to fight for its victory over the
    • individuality. Hence we have death in animals presented as that
    • individual animal form. We could only speak of a real death in
    • to a victory of what the lower, the individual animal form being
    • behind the lower part living in the individual animals, and will one
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    • to an end through its own exhaustion, this individual expects to see
    • various materials, the individual components, which have combined to
    • very often studied now; that is, by observing each individual plant
    • the life of the earth as a whole in favor of the individual life
    • considered as a unity. Thus, when we study plants individually, we
    • individual existence as we should be if we looked at a single human
    • hair or nail and tried to study it as an individuality. The hair or
    • recognized when it is studied not as an individual by itself but in
    • merely the sum of the individual plants, for then he knows that what
    • anyone not merely following the single plant individual purely
    • decay of individual plants, but with the whole earth process, with
    • the power of death over the individual animal is in no way different
    • animals a process of the whole earth, already more individualized
    • see how, in each death which overtakes the individual animal, the
    • were, a vast living being composed of the individual group souls of
    • in the individual animal has always to fight for its victory over the
    • individuality. Hence we have death in animals presented as that
    • individual animal form. We could only speak of a real death in
    • to a victory of what the lower, the individual animal form being
    • behind the lower part living in the individual animals, and will one
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    • “As it had not been taken into consideration that the individuals
    • progressive generation of similar individuals, it is assumed that
    • have gradually developed in a running(?) succession; however, we must
    • consisted of a duality, of something not quite like sleeping and
    • influence of those substances which separated gradually as lifeless
    • soul-life and continues, not individually, but in a general,
    • imagine the whole progress of earth evolution as the duality of the
    • gradually to the present figure. Progressing further on, we also have
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    • “As it had not been taken into consideration that the individuals
    • progressive generation of similar individuals, it is assumed that
    • have gradually developed in a running(?) succession; however, we must
    • consisted of a duality, of something not quite like sleeping and
    • influence of those substances which separated gradually as lifeless
    • soul-life and continues, not individually, but in a general,
    • imagine the whole progress of earth evolution as the duality of the
    • gradually to the present figure. Progressing further on, we also have
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    • ourselves becoming gradually more and more convinced of the fact of
    • Adam. We can observe how sleep is gradually receding by the ray of
    • as is so common with modern artists we shall never get the individual
    • qualities of individual artists; we shall prefer one of them to the
    • within it. If we also study the other individual members of the human
    • of so unique an individual as he was, and that the earth can never lose
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    • ourselves becoming gradually more and more convinced of the fact of
    • Adam. We can observe how sleep is gradually receding by the ray of
    • as is so common with modern artists we shall never get the individual
    • qualities of individual artists; we shall prefer one of them to the
    • within it. If we also study the other individual members of the human
    • of so unique an individual as he was, and that the earth can never lose
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    • our physical environment. Gradually, then, we comprehend what we have
    • it gradually through meditation. You will experience and perceive,
    • people what each individual soul can truly achieve on its own, not by
    • it must be individual researchers who make the results of this
    • comprehend all this gradually — of course, “gradually”
    • to destroy one's eyes and ears in the physical world, gradually
    • Believe me, the individual
    • truths of spiritual science must gradually enter our souls, and at
    • we will gradually develop into a Society that can set itself the task
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    • gradually. This realization is fundamental for a right attitude of
    • work in spiritual science, a certain individual visited us.
    • individual was looking down on everything that is happening. It is,
    • flowing to us from such an individual, we can feel strengthened for
    • us that after death the soul gradually changes into a being involved
    • spiritual world. We gradually come to know that the dead do not
    • we will gradually learn to point to the areas where they are active.
    • man had been associated with us for five years and had gradually
    • the individual who wrote these poems intended to do in the spiritual
    • The individual I have just
    • individuality has drawn from his earthly existence. This can then in
    • about individualities who are blessed to carry what they absorbed
    • gradually developed for the description of spiritual life. Through
    • field, trees on a hillside, clouds, and so on. Gradually we have to
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    • matters in the right light. What does it mean that some individual
    • often recommended that our friends read silently to an individual
    • of an individual case where there is this or that connection between
    • approach spiritual science and learn things slowly and gradually. He
    • fantasies about the realm of the spirit. Such an individual would not
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    • deceased individual (Maria von Strauch-Spettini) as protector
    • the individual objects are not fixed and distinct as physical ones,
    • either a living or another dead individual, and thus does not appear
    • form of either of those other individuals. In other words, we lack
    • realize that, based on everything we know about the individual in
    • accompany these actions, ignoring the individual's appearance, we
    • important. The individual's appearance in the clairvoyant sphere
    • This individual possessed not only enthusiasm for what we could give her
    • I mentioned, the impulse from the individual who had left the
    • the impulses from this individual came down from the spirit plane and
    • relationship to such a dead individual. The difference between the
    • say that this individual possesses a clearly existing consciousness.
    • and gradually reach a new state. This step-by-step growth of the soul
    • gradually, and only if we do not apply old words to this new
    • given us by the wise, guiding individualities in the spiritual world.
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    • individual predisposition, is necessary for the soul to become strong
    • individual exercises in my book
    • Similarly, through devotion we can gradually separate out that power
    • a separate spiritual individuality as a real, separate being, but one
    • that lives only in the spiritual world. Then, we gradually get to
    • know this individuality in a reverse process to meeting someone in
    • physical life. In the spiritual sphere, we approach the individual
    • from an individual I had known well and who had been torn from our
    • world only if we really know the individual beings living there and
    • feels — to the human individual's thinking and feeling. The
    • intelligent ideas the dead individual wants to produce emerge in the
    • thus similar to that of our eyes. Gradually, the thinking processes,
    • thoughts. The dead individual and the living person were thinking
    • science will gradually silence the objection that the spiritual
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    • there were great individuals and many people connected with them.
    • Those individuals conveyed ideas of the spiritual world, which we can
    • still find in certain tribes and peoples and trace to individuals
    • time when we on earth will gradually lose the ability to take in what
    • our evolution, myths and fairy tales are gradually lost, but children
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    • beyond its environment, and of an individuality's development. He was
    • personification of an individuality who wants to escape life but
    • cannot. This individuality is then contrasted with that of Nero in
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    • individuality; and certainly many problems appear for us when we wish
    • deepest individual essence!
    • individual cases we are able to approach with our feeling, with our
    • individual human enigma which stands before us so often each day,
    • can of course only approach quite gradually the solution of the whole
    • riddle of the human individual, of which each person presents a
    • individual.
    • individual enigma — man. Not only must it give us information
    • goes more deeply into this complexity of human nature, the individual
    • in general and what confronts us in each individual, we see
    • colorings, we have such a multiplicity and variety among individuals
    • themselves in the whole external appearance of the individual. By
    • entirely correct in so far as we apply it to individuals — in
    • individuals the temperaments are mixed in the most diverse way, so we
    • side as something which inclines toward the individual, which makes
    • to the essential kernel, to the actual inner being of the individual?
    • individual man back to his parents, grandparents, and further
    • That which flows down from ancestors to the individual man we
    • call the line of heredity; and it is known that an individual bears
    • must certainly trace back to heredity. Very much about an individual
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    • individuality; and certainly many problems appear for us when we wish
    • deepest individual essence!
    • individual cases we are able to approach with our feeling, with our
    • individual human enigma which stands before us so often each day,
    • can of course only approach quite gradually the solution of the whole
    • riddle of the human individual, of which each person presents a
    • individual.
    • individual enigma — man. Not only must it give us information
    • goes more deeply into this complexity of human nature, the individual
    • in general and what confronts us in each individual, we see
    • colorings, we have such a multiplicity and variety among individuals
    • themselves in the whole external appearance of the individual. By
    • entirely correct in so far as we apply it to individuals — in
    • individuals the temperaments are mixed in the most diverse way, so we
    • side as something which inclines toward the individual, which makes
    • to the essential kernel, to the actual inner being of the individual?
    • individual man back to his parents, grandparents, and further
    • That which flows down from ancestors to the individual man we
    • call the line of heredity; and it is known that an individual bears
    • must certainly trace back to heredity. Very much about an individual
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    • individual human being. Even to-day it can sometimes be noticed how
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    • upon a time, as one of the most famous individualities of the West,
    • the individuality. And they were led to this particular part of the
    • give to the people poured itself out over these individual groups as
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    • upon a time, as one of the most famous individualities of the West,
    • the individuality. And they were led to this particular part of the
    • give to the people poured itself out over these individual groups as
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    • individuals who are working in or are in some other way connected
    • peoples who were gradually exterminated by the colonists from Europe.
    • of decadent Orientalism. There is a curious duality in the
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    • individuals who are working in or are in some other way connected
    • peoples who were gradually exterminated by the colonists from Europe.
    • of decadent Orientalism. There is a curious duality in the
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    • gradually have come about that people would no longer understand the
    • documents. Human beings must gradually regain the feelings with which
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    • gradually have come about that people would no longer understand the
    • documents. Human beings must gradually regain the feelings with which
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    • of them, gradually insinuate themselves into the etheric body. There
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    • We can say that with the gradual transition from the Egyptian into
    • gradually been assimilated by the ruling body, the state, drew out of
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    • We can say that with the gradual transition from the Egyptian into
    • gradually been assimilated by the ruling body, the state, drew out of
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    • Destinies of Individuals and Nations.
    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • rivers, etc. This vanishes and we gradually begin to experience
    • the Earth we gradually learn to recognize the Impulse which I
    • realize these things, we gradually begin to feel that within us
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    • Destinies of Individuals and Nations.
    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • rivers, etc. This vanishes and we gradually begin to experience
    • the Earth we gradually learn to recognize the Impulse which I
    • realize these things, we gradually begin to feel that within us
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    • elementary exposition of Anthroposophy. We are gradually led deeply
    • not the concern of the remembering individual alone, but is there for
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    • fullness of impressions that confront man and gradually fill his soul.
    • the paths taken by the individual substances of the body. But if we
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    • of Nature has only gradually become what it is. And when we look at
    • in man. By ‘learning to read’ we come gradually near to the
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    • knowledge, but were able to contemplate the connection between individual
    • the earth and became an individual cosmic body out there in cosmic space.
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    • and becoming gradually clearer and clearer, more and more awake. This
    • moon and the twinkling of the stars around the earth are to us. Gradually
    • individual forms, which we can recognise. What is fluid, however, tends
    • the ether alone, but out of the spiritual beyond it. He gradually learns
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    • sparkling radiating light; in the latter the creative thoughts gradually
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    • of the man himself, from the individuality of his ego. (Only, we must
    • to know his individual character, you will find that only a part of
    • and outer experiences. One gradually finds that such a person goes too far
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    • individual content interests us less, even before we acquire imagination;
    • one gradually comes to feel quite feeble-minded, for with the acutest
    • the utter unreality of the individual items; the whole expands almost
    • towards other people. In ordinary life we may, in individual cases,
    • in his inner being — in his human individuality — actually
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    • which only awakens gradually.
    • gradually becomes ourself, our spiritual self-consciousness. We are
    • then the individualities of higher spiritual beings. We live as spirit
    • individualities is now our world. The relationship of these spiritual
    • individualities, human or non-human, to ourselves now constitutes our
    • now that we have reached the spiritual world. We gradually feel as if
    • more and more real to us, in a spiritual way. We gradually feel as if
    • We must, indeed, look at our memories if we want to get gradually beyond
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    • appeals to each single individual; and each single individual, out of
    • individuality just in this search for truth. It is the true
    • last third of the Nineteenth Century there had gradually developed a
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    • as ethical individualism. What that book has to say on the subject of
    • XIV because there had gradually crept into the Order a certain
    • priests; fourth — accumulation of wealth. But if one gradually
    • difficult to distinguish in the individual instance whether it is
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    • of present-day humanity. That is something which has gradually to be
    • gradually been completely eliminated. Free discussion was something
    • community consciousness, a family consciousness. But the individual
    • principle of modern development is to foster the individual
    • let this individual consciousness arise. She wants to maintain that
    • seeking to emerge as individual consciousness in the souls of men. It
    • individual may not know it, the whole hierarchy is behind what
    • Church has shown great foresight. Though the individual sheep follows
    • though the individual knows nothing and does as he is told, the whole
    • individual consciousness must lay hold of the world. It will do so,
    • prepared in Russia. That, my dear friends, will gradually evoke an
    • of humanity if the individual consciousness works merely by instinct. But there is one power which will be ready to deal with
    • 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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    • It was a shadowy clairvoyance; evolution proceeded gradually, from
    • conscience. A time is now gradually approaching in which we shall
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    • It was a shadowy clairvoyance; evolution proceeded gradually, from
    • conscience. A time is now gradually approaching in which we shall
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    • noch nicht das gehabt, was man Individualseele nennt. Es war damals
    • Menschenindividualität im Laufe vieler Verkörperungen
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    • Menschenindividualität im Laufe vieler Verkörperungen
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    • of this chaos, individual souls will emerge who will have a very
    • both in the individual and more especially in social life, this
    • oppressive and dreadful will it gradually become. And the strength of
    • membering of mankind according to the will of its individual
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    • of this chaos, individual souls will emerge who will have a very
    • both in the individual and more especially in social life, this
    • oppressive and dreadful will it gradually become. And the strength of
    • membering of mankind according to the will of its individual
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    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • us in the pursuit of knowledge. As we gradually acquire knowledge of
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • individual, can experience by being on earth in a particular place
    • It is also through what is most individual and personal
    • our individual existence, may perhaps be best conveyed in a picture.
    • spiritual beings are at work, creating and fashioning our individual
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    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • us in the pursuit of knowledge. As we gradually acquire knowledge of
    • we in like manner, throughout our physical life on earth, gradually
    • individual, can experience by being on earth in a particular place
    • It is also through what is most individual and personal
    • our individual existence, may perhaps be best conveyed in a picture.
    • spiritual beings are at work, creating and fashioning our individual
  • Title: Lecture: How Can the Destitution of Soul in Modern Times Be Overcome?
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    • individualities people were drawn rapidly together, without so much
    • individual, more dependent upon egoism, upon human loneliness
    • much more an individual, a solitary traveler through the world. And
    • others depends upon the working out of individual karma. For we have
    • have gradually reached a point at which, as a general rule, we do not
    • sight; it implies the gradual coming to the surface, little by little
    • together. What we ask today is that in becoming acquainted individual
    • And cultivation of individuality — which belongs to the
    • individual was not yet possessed of the abilities that can now be
    • individual, and particularly in our modern age of the consciousness
    • soul this self-culture of the individual is one of the most important
    • human individual. And it is spiritual science which will first
    • to its particular individuality. In this way we shall learn so to
    • and social laws often so implacably wipe out individuality in the
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • to this development: if as individualism increases religion does not
    • them all. But because the urge to develop individuality through the
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • period Christ is already actually entering the individual soul.
    • individual an attempt should be made for anyone to describe his inner
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    • individualities people were drawn rapidly together, without so much
    • individual, more dependent upon egoism, upon human loneliness
    • much more an individual, a solitary traveler through the world. And
    • others depends upon the working out of individual karma. For we have
    • have gradually reached a point at which, as a general rule, we do not
    • sight; it implies the gradual coming to the surface, little by little
    • together. What we ask today is that in becoming acquainted individual
    • And cultivation of individuality — which belongs to the
    • individual was not yet possessed of the abilities that can now be
    • individual, and particularly in our modern age of the consciousness
    • soul this self-culture of the individual is one of the most important
    • human individual. And it is spiritual science which will first
    • to its particular individuality. In this way we shall learn so to
    • and social laws often so implacably wipe out individuality in the
    • teacher himself, that any real effort to uphold individuality as such
    • to this development: if as individualism increases religion does not
    • them all. But because the urge to develop individuality through the
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • period Christ is already actually entering the individual soul.
    • individual an attempt should be made for anyone to describe his inner
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    • as the Ancient Indian epoch, certain individuals developed, in a manner
    • acquired a strong feeling of his independence, of his individual
    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
    • breath it is gradually linked to an external rhythm. By setting thinking
    • from breathing and gradually united with the external rhythm, it dives
    • within individual objects.
    • to the earth. This is the consequence of gradually entering into the
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
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    • as the Ancient Indian epoch, certain individuals developed, in a manner
    • acquired a strong feeling of his independence, of his individual
    • gradually felt less intensely within the breath; it no longer remained
    • breath it is gradually linked to an external rhythm. By setting thinking
    • from breathing and gradually united with the external rhythm, it dives
    • within individual objects.
    • to the earth. This is the consequence of gradually entering into the
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
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    • mankind had gradually to lose this living communion with the divine and
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    • and myself — an agricultural estate is always an individuality,
    • conditions of the soil, provide the very first basis for the individuality
    • or in South Germany. They are real individualities.
    • indications and foundations of work for those sixty individual farmers.
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    • through the foodstuffs — you create foodstuffs which will gradually
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    • practices gradually opens up a wholly new perspective on the world,
    • organs such as chromosomes. One-sided quantity-manuring gradually inhibits
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    • to individuals in answer to questions and with reference to particular
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    • as a kind of individual entity in itself — a self-contained
    • individuality. Every farm should approximate to this condition. This
    • then we must say: In the individuality with which we are here
    • intestines of the “agricultural individuality,” if we may
    • Indeed, we have to do with an individuality standing on its head. We
    • agricultural individuality is standing on its head? For the following
    • individuality, a living organism, living even in time. The life of
    • individuality” has invisibly.
    • “self-contained individuality” which a true farm or
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    • tillage we can gradually impoverish the soil. We are, of course, constantly
    • If we continue manuring at random from year to year, we can gradually
    • gradually get our soil ever so rich in this or that substance, it would
    • manure is worked. The soil will individualise itself in nice relationship
    • to silicic acid, the Earth gradually loses its power in the course of
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    • differentiate, to individualise, as between the scent of earthly plants
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    • like. They, most of all, are subject to individualisation — to
    • with, for this alone will enable you to act with individual intelligence
    • as these things are so, your farm is in truth a kind of individuality,
    • complicated — they become individual, in fact.
    • as I said, we must first indicate general guiding lines for individual
    • indeed, very much — of what has gradually been discovered by experiment
    • are individualised. We cannot give hard and fast principles. This is
    • go on, giving many individual guiding lines. These guiding lines are
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    • in physical space. Formerly single individuals were led
    • individual view of what is impersonal in man.
    • thence gradually descended into matter. The second part is
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    • in physical space. Formerly single individuals were led
    • individual view of what is impersonal in man.
    • thence gradually descended into matter. The second part is
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    • mankind is gradually learning to realize. And in the future
    • clairvoyance gradually disappeared, men began instead to
    • understanding of the quite individual way in which Wagner
    • rude, clumsy, and instinctive; then it grows gradually more
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    • mankind is gradually learning to realize. And in the future
    • clairvoyance gradually disappeared, men began instead to
    • understanding of the quite individual way in which Wagner
    • rude, clumsy, and instinctive; then it grows gradually more
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    • gradual process of man's formation from outside
    • earth. This will gradually reveal the human being, from the
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    • gradual process of man's formation from outside
    • earth. This will gradually reveal the human being, from the
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    • Times. Individuality and personality of man in passing through
    • kingdom. Angels are guardian spirits of individual men, Archangels
    • sylphs. The evolution of human souls from group souls to individuality
    • future, spiritual truth will create the union between individualities.
    • individual. The origin of elemental beings at border regions:
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    • the only master. Gradually in the course of evolution man's ego attains
    • extends its separate members into the separate lion-individuals, so
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    • time, and it is only very gradually that man can find his way, so to
    • gradually achieved union with the sun and even sun-existence is transcended,
    • of matter gradually gathering together at the centre, this first, dawn-condition
    • became our Zodiac must gradually ascend again. The distribution of forces
    • the stage had arrived when they gradually began again to ascend. We
    • ego was able to work within man, the ascending forces gradually evolved
    • in cosmic space. Gradually we begin to realize that the forces streaming
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    • an intellectual grasp of the gradual agglomeration of the different
    • of individual physical human bodies — somewhat as a mulberry or
    • When Jupiter had split off there gradually arose the forerunners of
    • gradually formed during the conditions of ancient Saturn, Sun and Moon,
    • quite slowly and gradually from the time of the moon-separation. But
    • But he can only begin this work gradually. As a child needs teachers,
    • consciousness soul. These evolved gradually, and the consciousness soul
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    • and created pictures, they have gradually grown more independent and
    • explanation of such a fact, namely, the most advanced individuals of
    • and individuality — and this was from the Moon's atmosphere inwards.
    • ‘man’ has gradually flowed down out of the environment of
    • The ego was gradually
    • how things come about gradually.
    • greater and greater, and that this new structure, which has been gradually
    • in that which we ourselves gradually develop as our fifth member. What
    • gradually learn — though it is impossible today — how to build
    • came about gradually, only in the course of many millennia did the ego
    • But that is a dualism of the worst kind, as Monists we must explain
    • things appeared slowly and gradually.
    • aspect when we look into the depths of the world. We learn gradually
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    • just described as the human beings radiated an individual light, and
    • Now gradually came the
    • along the lines which I described as lines of warmth and gradually passed
    • The consequence was that the human being could then gradually pass over
    • gradually became lifeless with the continuous densification. That was
    • in which the bony system gradually condensed towards the end of the
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    • Times. Individuality and personality of man in passing through
    • a Moon stage gradually emerges and only then our earthly condition fully
    • old Moon. We have seen how this personality has been formed gradually
    • we know that the individual Jew felt absolutely that he was a member
    • we find the group-soul element still more clearly expressed. The individual
    • the Moon. These group-souls who, so to speak, set individual Moon-men
    • up to the sun existence are not at all interested in man's gradual,
    • and took for them-selves the control of the “individuality”
    • enduring individuality, is born with the man, dies, is born again, again
    • say: So you state that the human individuality stands under the influence
    • the element of love is enduring for his individuality, the Spirits of
    • personality and his individuality are within two different tendencies
    • call the Christ, and since He has an interest not only in the individuality,
    • out of the single personality into the individuality he achieves through
    • as individuality through all the different incarnations; and there were
    • this individuality that the personality can little by little go over
    • our modern life is based on the fact that the individual lives at the
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    • kingdom. Angels are guardian spirits of individual men, Archangels
    • and there exists an intimate connection between what gradually develops
    • his astral body so that it gradually becomes spirit-self. He is working
    • somewhat for individual persons. It lasts as a rule for about the length
    • who create the harmony between the different human individuals and the
    • works in fact with every human individual, guiding him in his task of
    • the harmony between the human individual and the course of earthly evolution
    • that they do not concern themselves about the individual. Individual
    • concerned with the individual man, but with the guidance of all mankind.
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    • This sum of feelings and sensations to which we gradually accustom ourselves
    • should not have the real will to unlock that world which must gradually
    • of time the ego has slowly and gradually learnt — although unconsciously
    • have 4, 3, 2, 1. That would be the destiny of those who have not gradually
    • little on the Moon. But wisdom was formed gradually just as on our Earth
    • love is gradually formed. And just as we wonder at the wisdom in all
    • of human beings in individual incarnations creates the destructive nature-powers
    • the different animal species have been gradually ejected, so to speak,
    • wasp spirit discovered paper! The individual wasp does not do it, it
    • soul down into its own individual existence. Whereas in the relatively
    • whose individual souls cannot return into the group soul, because they
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    • sylphs. The evolution of human souls from group souls to individuality
    • future, spiritual truth will create the union between individualities.
    • individual. The origin of elemental beings at border regions:
    • from the astral plane to the physical plane, and thus becomes an individual
    • the same significance in the life of the animal. For when an individual
    • the group soul, to be ex-tended afresh and grow to a new individual
    • Human evolution on our Earth is from the group soul nature to the individual
    • soul. Man advances through the gradual descent of his ego-endowed soul
    • into physical conditions, there having the opportunity of becoming individual.
    • how the group soul gradually becomes individual.
    • as individual or member of social group — that has undergone a
    • worlds. In these worlds man felt himself not as an individual being
    • beings as our hands belong to us. The faint feeling of individuality
    • of individuality. At that time man was absolutely clear about his group
    • become individual, too. He remembers what he has experienced since birth
    • when memory went beyond the individual and back through the whole blood
    • single individuals between birth and death. Today a name is given to
    • the one individual whose memory is enclosed between birth and death.
    • “I and Father Abraham are one.” Each individual felt himself
    • comes fully into the separate individual.
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    • individual ego here on the physical plane — at least during his
    • know that the man of the present time has arisen slowly and gradually.
    • we call the ego. Thus the human being has evolved quite slowly and gradually.
    • from what we call man's higher ego. For we know that man is gradually
    • body gradually loosens itself again and becomes independent. The way
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    • the streaming together of the individual modes of artistic expression.
    • have when we are conscious that spiritual science is no hobby for individuals
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • Scholastics who, as the representatives of individualism,
    • Spiritual Soul and to uphold the reality of individual
    • between the two, transcending the individual experiences of
    • the intellect by the individual, personal man leads him
    • and the Planetary Intelligences gradually came into
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • emphasised above all things the individual and personal
    • thoughts once more, but with an individually human
    • the earth, but not as individual men distinct from the
    • themselves as individualities in the same degree as the men
    • individuality, and that we must concentrate above all on
    • his individuality which passes through the gate of death,
    • the idea of the individuality of man, as against the other
    • — of individualism.
    • the individually coloured thoughts which passed into the
    • far more dependent on the authority of individual men.
    • if individuals among us felt how the thoughts of men appear
    • man is individual and has his own individual immortality.
    • sharp incisive thought the doctrine of individual man, so
    • as to save the doctrine of individual immortality. So could
    • of individualism, carrying on his polemic against Averroes;
    • their own individuality.
    • emphasis on the individual principle.
    • pressing forward as it was to individuality — they
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • only the single individual animals. We do not find the
    • instinct is gradually prepared when man passes through the
    • controlled by the individual human being here upon
    • importance. The individual man experiences his destiny. But
    • the individual destinies of the one and of the other.
    • individual experiences of either. Ordinary consciousness
    • more than what the individual man experiences as his
    • destiny. All that is not merely the destiny of individual
    • connection with one another, as well as the individual
    • opinion not individual but stereotyped, one would fain
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • consciousness the individual will then be able to take his
    • can only enter our consciousness slowly and gradually; then
    • arise before the individual in a more intensive way than in
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • the individuals within it. What I shall say today must of
    • individuals in the right way in every single case.
    • individual souls who came down to earth unfolded the
    • spoke of those individualities with whom the Epic of
    • explained certain things about such individualities. We
    • which, as we know, only gradually worked its way forth from
    • individual — according to the special manner of his
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • — certain individualities in the world of sense, so
    • individualities who had been the very last to work within
    • spiritual world. Those individualities who afterwards
    • agreement with one another. The individualities from the
    • Order, above all, contained individualities who lived in
    • individualities who worked together: those who afterwards
    • and yet it seems as though some of the individualities
    • working in individual human beings in the most varied
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • the Intelligence of the individual human being, the
    • individual, personal man. And this, as we know, is
    • the use of Intelligence by the single human individual.
    • guiding and protecting the individual human being as he
    • individual human being, are allotted to the Beings of the
    • was gradually losing his dominion over the Cosmic
    • earth literally passed over to individual members
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • to describe how the individual anthroposophist can come to
    • gradually passed into the possession of man on earth and
    • an individual human Intelligence. To Averroes the
    • individual human Intelligence was but a kind of mirrored
    • the human head ceases to work, the individual Intelligence
    • definite shade or colouring had gradually been evolved.
    • Kabiri, could now only be deciphered by individuals who
    • taken the Intelligence entirely into the individual,
    • within it in full personal individuality. Every
    • the Cosmic Intelligence gradually fell away from Michael
    • the beginning of the 15th century. In individual spirits
    • see something of it reflected in individual men on the
    • this in relation to individual human beings too. Thus at
    • matter. For the individual souls it is a kind of
    • individual, each in his own way. The one will have this or
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • Michael, their individual karmas can only be understood
    • had not occurred to many individuals. Such things may
    • consider in this light the karmic conditions of individual
    • the individual. Hence the strange destiny of those who are
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • The individual who finds himself within the
    • own individual initiative.” This should stand written
    • such, if the initiative of the individual human being, with
    • individual's initiative.
    • individually, — personally, as it were, — in
    • Intelligence is stronger than anything that the individual
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • Anthroposophical Society and with the individuals who feel
    • through which the karma of the individual anthroposophist
    • may have for the individual anthroposophist in his karma.
    • civilised mankind when the Cosmic Intelligence gradually
    • wisdom of the Moors, in such outstanding individualities as
    • by such an individuality as Averroes, that the Intelligence
    • mankind brought with it the individual and personal
    • gradually entered into mankind.
    • more, to become individual human knowledge. Now there was
    • into the human individual. And it was due to the Sun that
    • Planetary Intelligences gradually came into cosmic
    • of individuals in the Anthroposophical Society and of the
    • they must receive the personal and individual Intelligence.
    • solved by spiritual development. They, in their individual
    • individual anthroposophists and of the Anthroposophical
    • Karma in the life of Individuals, and in the Evolution of
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    • felt like awakened individuals who had lived for a long
    • asleep. Their souls were already being gradually overtaken
    • gradually, as dreams emerge in human consciousness, in
    • individual events emerged in the apostles' souls.
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    • sufficient today to say that he was gradually led deeper
    • born and die as individuals are. What a nation has
    • the spirit gradually bound itself ever more closely to the
    • gradually he became more and more similar to the body of
    • of Nazareth. A god gradually became a man.
    • was the humanizing, the gradual humanizing of Christ and
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    • gradually he became convinced that the Essenes'
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    • gradually changed and had come under demonic power, which
    • Jesus of Nazareth's body, but had to gradually become
    • identifiable. Only when an individual – Judas –
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    • research can gradually transform the human soul and awakin in us the
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    • the results of anthroposophical research can gradually transform the
    • notes hand written by individuals
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    • initiative of the individual.
    • an expression of that individual's karma, then people will separate
    • that it will incarnate. Individuals will belong to this race only through
    • but rather it will be the result of an individual's evolution.
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    • initiative of the individual.
    • an expression of that individual's karma, then people will separate
    • that it will incarnate. Individuals will belong to this race only through
    • but rather it will be the result of an individual's evolution.
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    • the same as we are now. The soul only gradually descended, and only
    • gradually did the human being develop from the generic into a specific
    • individual being. If one had taken together the generic souls of human
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    • Testament is a record of initiation. Using individual images as examples
    • ask why there are contradictions in the individual Gospels, why they
    • what this individual means for humankind. We can acquire an understanding
    • individual words if we adopt the way of thinking of one who has
    • eternal. If we observe an individual we can ask the question: What
    • of animals it happens this way: Individual animals discard their bodies
    • the greatest possible individualization of the human being, the freedom
    • of the human being as an individual. At the beginning of the human race
    • priests and kings gradually cease to exist. A final state is pointed to
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    • of materialism. It was incumbent upon the leaders of humankind gradually
    • is up to every individual to find a connection to the spiritual life
    • of the etheric body. The etheric body must gradually be developed into
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    • our souls must learn the lesson of each individual region. The seven
    • physical body is especially cultivated. The individual words characterize
    • individual.
    • the breath of God. This is the becoming of the individual human I: through
    • books that have been given to us by great individuals, only then are
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    • individual spiritual capacities of thinking and judgment in their first
    • those individuals who came from the various oracles with the best aptitude
    • seven of the very best individuals so that they grew up endowed with
    • These seven individuals
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    • back we go the less people appear as individuals. If we go far back
    • into Atlantean times we no longer see people as individual beings but
    • of an organism, members of a tribe. Tacitus tells us how the individual
    • Cheruscans experienced themselves, not as individuals, but as members
    • the individual groups still resembled one another in a very pronounced
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    • Such people would gradually lose devachan; kamaloca would last longer and
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    • anchored on the earth. Only gradually did the feeling arise that the
    • human being was not only a member of a community but an individual.
    • not yet exist in the earliest times of our culture. Only gradually
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    • higher worlds for especially important individuals. When someone was
    • Then, any special individual who had been assigned a special mission
    • to them. The individuals given a special mission therefore had to carry
    • developed individuality that he could leave the physical world in the
    • by the individuality of Christ through the fact that he lived in the
    • reach humanity. Those individuals who could see into the future had
    • This was gradually prepared in the Rosicrucian schools founded in the
    • thirteenth and fourteenth centuries by the individuality named Christian
    • anyone come to Theosophy. This can occur when individuals are deeply
    • truly absorbs Theosophy is gradually transformed. Absorbing Theosophy
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    • With human beings, the instincts have been gradually refined and we
    • were gradually “precipitated out” of the spiritual world.
    • of the Apocalypse sees in the seven seals that will gradually be broken.
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    • arrangement according to the karma of individuals. But this division
    • individual, becomes materialized. This happens, for example, through
    • detached from any individual human personality. The personal diligence and
    • hard work of individual human beings will become increasingly unimportant.
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    • Because of this, human beings gradually came to develop their I, their
    • gradually develop in them.
    • consciousness soul can the spirit-self gradually — and at first,
    • of our earth evolution, manas is gradually being formed and slipped
    • at various locations on the earth, great individualities are at work
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    • what gradually began to live in the souls of the Templars.
    • and deep experiences were then undergone, and not for the individual soul
    • souls of the Templars should be torn out of the individuality of the Templars
    • with the Mystery of Golgotha did not remain with them as individuals, but was
    • also to be removed, as it were, from the individuality and embodied in the
    • that owed its origin to the fact that individual souls were continually being
    • personality and of all individuality and have the will of their parents
    • different again comes about from when it is only a case of the individual
    • lives. The life that we lead as an individual remains within our own person;
    • further with the human individuality, while some of it is incorporated into
    • it came about that in modern times, while certain individuals were inspired
    • beings have to experience these errors, and they will gradually come to see
    • gradually assumed a personal character, inasmuch as it aims merely at putting
    • wherein the souls of men may take their places individually and be able to
    • variety that can enter earth life in human individuality to come to
    • expression. One human being manifests one individuality, a second another,
    • and a third a different one again. All these individualities in their several
    • the single human individual to the whole stream of cosmic spiritual evolution
    • on the earth that the various impulses entered into Man only gradually. There
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    • what gradually began to live in the souls of the Templars.
    • and deep experiences were then undergone, and not for the individual soul
    • souls of the Templars should be torn out of the individuality of the Templars
    • with the Mystery of Golgotha did not remain with them as individuals, but was
    • also to be removed, as it were, from the individuality and embodied in the
    • that owed its origin to the fact that individual souls were continually being
    • personality and of all individuality and have the will of their parents
    • different again comes about from when it is only a case of the individual
    • lives. The life that we lead as an individual remains within our own person;
    • further with the human individuality, while some of it is incorporated into
    • it came about that in modern times, while certain individuals were inspired
    • beings have to experience these errors, and they will gradually come to see
    • gradually assumed a personal character, inasmuch as it aims merely at putting
    • wherein the souls of men may take their places individually and be able to
    • variety that can enter earth life in human individuality to come to
    • expression. One human being manifests one individuality, a second another,
    • and a third a different one again. All these individualities in their several
    • the single human individual to the whole stream of cosmic spiritual evolution
    • on the earth that the various impulses entered into Man only gradually. There
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    • 2. HUMAN DUALITY
    • 3. CO-OPERATION IN THE HUMAN DUALITY
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    • individual, personal self-knowledge, but above all to knowledge of
    • outside world, really consists of a duality. And for anyone who
    • duality.
    • constituting man proves itself to be a duality, the one portion lying
    • science will accustom itself gradually to enter into what can be
    • expansions, the form of the skull might in this way be gradually
    • attention upon this new duality which meets us in man as brain and
    • causes the organ to degenerate and gradually to die. We might say
    • second part of the human duality, to the end that we may then be able
    • complete interaction of this human duality.
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    • HUMAN DUALITY
    • man in a certain sense as a duality. We have characterised this
    • duality of the human being — only hastily yesterday, to be
    • cast a fleeting glance over that part of the human duality which may
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    • Lecture 3: Co-operation in the Human Duality
    • IN THE HUMAN DUALITY
    • also, strangely enough, how that duality in the human being with
    • eye. He now gradually realises why the seers of all times connected
    • organism with such imperfect rhythm must gradually be changed in
    • being independent of the outside world. Every such individualising of
    • existing world some sort of Being is isolated, individualised, in
    • them from the rest of the cosmos and individualising them, to be
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    • objection gradually disappears of itself. I shall, however, to-day
    • truths of spiritual science, we must accustom ourselves gradually to
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    • human organism. I should like, in order to be able gradually to carry
    • stand in the world as a duality: a duality in the first place which
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    • on to-day in the individual human life. If we see, then, in the
    • from the first a duality. And here this duality confronts us
    • response the life of the individual human being and is more dependent
    • superstition, has gradually, even where loyally fostered, taken on a
    • although man himself is an individual and his skull-structure is also
    • individual, yet this wonderful configuration of the skull has been
    • individuality and must develop just as the other bones do only in a
    • for the same reason that underlies the development of the individual
    • qualities of man in general; for the entire life of the individual
    • of us, again however as individuals, have lived and acted in the
    • individual in the skull-structure; yet at the same time an individual
    • conclusion that in the form of our individual skull is expressed the
    • conclusion that, in the individual plastic formation of a man's
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    • human organism. When we gradually learn to know that these are facts
    • will, during the next few decades, reveal themselves gradually and
    • only gradually rise more and more up into the conscious.
    • the same way in which they gradually come later to take their course
    • difficult to distinguish individually, to which particular course of
    • activity which goes even beyond the individual life of the blood and
    • directs us to the individual life of these organs belonging to the
    • shall we deal with the individual organic systems when we consider
    • their gradual upbuilding, stage by stage? In tomorrow's lecture
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    • organisation, to all the individual systems constituting the physical
    • individual organs.
    • matter how much it might grow, and no matter how many individual
    • still further attention to the individual phases of this circulation.
    • the individual organs are constantly in living reciprocal
    • individual organ-systems were formed in a mutual parallelism one with
    • system of individual organs and instruments which stand at various
    • brought out this fact in individual examples, for instance, in the
    • can be built upon these. Just as the individual soul, when the human
    • cosmic system, just as the individual human corpse is given over to
    • the individual human souls, now one important stage nearer perfection
    • earth-system the individual human being, after he has passed through
    • of all the individual souls, after the earth-corpse has fallen away,
    • for they acknowledge one another, not merely as individual earth-men
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    • gradually learn to comprehend what lived in the ancient Hebrew sage
    • I tried to describe the gradual growth of our earth as the planetary
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    • that I have built up gradually out of this elementary existence,
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    • is in some such way that what had slowly and gradually been built up
    • must expect to see all that had gradually evolved during the Saturn,
    • the plants do not subsist in individual plants, such as we see
    • duality, sufficiently mature for all the Sun elements in it to
    • individualised as on our earth today. I have expressly called
    • in the form of species; there were no individual plants such as there
    • evolution, after a duality had come into being, after the sun had
    • single individual has the skill to produce this object alone, but
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    • aeriform element, the Elohim in the warmth, gradually attains to the
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    • itself outwardly in the life of the individual between birth and
    • we have seen that a duality is necessary for a life of full
    • earth develops in such a way that a gradual densification downward
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    • stage of earth development, they alone are actual individualities! To
    • people the earth, something like a gradual densification of the human
    • being has to come about. This soul-spiritual element must gradually
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    • latter part of Lemuria and during Atlantis was gradually endowed with
    • forms of individual plants, as we know them today, sprouted from the
    • mist developed in the periphery of the earth, and then gradually grew
    • individual physical form. And the Atlantean mist is described as in
    • causing this volume of smoky mist gradually to lighten, and to assume
    • from without, he would have seen that it was only very gradually that
    • the earth gradually came into a state favourable to human
    • of rain the mud in the street gradually turns to dust. Something like
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    • the astral and then gradually condenses into the etheric-physical; it
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    • sufficiently long time, corresponding to our individual development
    • we gradually develop a third way of thinking, which we need in order
    • moral forces, the will contained in our character, our own individual
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    • we gradually develop a third way of thinking, which we need in order
    • moral forces, the will contained in our character, our own individual
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    • of individual truths or errors, but it is necessary to be clear
    • concentrating his whole life of soul on individual mental
    • is present in the individuality of the dead person but with the
    • How deeply the best individuals of our time have been
    • as valid, we can see in an individual who wrote so many excellent
    • who surrenders himself to the other extreme sees only individual
    • individual who wishes to direct his gaze to the spiritual world, who
    • dramatically; it is especially telling that this individual, in the
    • sense more probable than this. With its teaching of gradual
    • individuals today, those human beings who long to have their soul
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    • of individual truths or errors, but it is necessary to be clear
    • concentrating his whole life of soul on individual mental
    • is present in the individuality of the dead person but with the
    • How deeply the best individuals of our time have been
    • as valid, we can see in an individual who wrote so many excellent
    • who surrenders himself to the other extreme sees only individual
    • individual who wishes to direct his gaze to the spiritual world, who
    • dramatically; it is especially telling that this individual, in the
    • sense more probable than this. With its teaching of gradual
    • individuals today, those human beings who long to have their soul
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    • was so to say bereft by the gradual birth in him of knowledge in its
    • always brings a gradually developing skill in its appropriate sphere.
    • wonderful to see how each individual in undertaking his or her by no
    • freedom demands that every individual who does us the favour of
    • multiply its work in each individual concerned. Hence when one is
    • is not possible to mention each one individually, because so many
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    • consciousness. Through Spiritual Science we are struggling gradually
    • said that not only humanity as a whole but every individual is
    • the individual from birth to maturity his sheaths undergo changes. In
    • contribution of western culture is that the cosmic Individuality who
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    • gradually came to birth.
    • their permanent soul-life that we recognise individuals. Here we see
    • intensity, many things to which particular individuals in modern
    • guide us into the great world-secrets. Thereby we gradually acquire a
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    • these individualities there were yet others. One would have sought in
    • vain for the leading individualities in human bodies. But there were
    • be found among all peoples of such individualities, not only in
    • individualities that the Greeks were referring to, when they spoke of
    • individualities were the Heroes, superhuman Beings who were in the
    • in its purest form the human individuality. It could be said that
    • individualities do not incarnate during Earth evolution in human
    • individualities of the hierarchies we have described — an
    • Individuality even higher than the Archangels and the Archai, a Being
    • forces and impulses enabled this Individuality to fulfil a purpose
    • lectures, but who can only gradually be fully characterised — I
    • mean Lucifer. Let us consider these two individualities, Christ on
    • from the individual soul at death. There will be a death of the Earth
    • individual soul throws off the physical body and enters a spiritual
    • To expect the salvation of mankind solely from individualities who
    • spiritual. It concentrates their attention upon individualities
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    • antiquity, and the profound meaning of which will only gradually be
    • earth. But those soul-individualities whom the Greeks regarded as
    • gradually makes itself at home in the macrocosm. ... I tried to
    • consciousness has been gradual. During the Lemurian time this human
    • gradually that this consciousness began to enter into the physical
    • about the separation, the individualisation of men. Hence she is so
    • individuality is well defined. Where consciousness of unity prevails
    • separation, individualisation, isolation. Thus Hera plays an active
    • consciousness, the individualising goddess Hera — a function
    • from each other in their individuality.
    • gradually been poured out into the intellectual civilisation of the
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    • know also. But Silenus is described to us as a wise individual. We
    • an old, ugly, human form, and that the type of the individuality who
    • teacher the wise Silenus, we have to do with individualities who have
    • consciousness. Thus when we cast about to find the individualities in
    • individualities are there in prehistoric times into which no history,
    • their bodies had to do. The individualities remained.
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    • gradually through our deepening in Spiritual Science, that we are
    • recognising this we lay a foundation which will enable us gradually
    • gradually lapsed into this organic condition, now emerges from it
    • gradually been formed in the ether, so in the human body of the
    • This duality in the whole of cosmic activity only started from the
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    • they will have fulfilled their purpose if they bring a gradual
    • Ideas, above all occurrences in the life of the individual human soul.
    • these heights, and contemplate individual human life from hour to hour,
    • each individual human heart. The significance of St. Luke's Gospel is
    • Individuality of Christ, and on the essential character of all the forces
    • of individual beings in the world. We shall then be able to understand,
    • Individuality. In St. Matthew's Gospel we have the portrait of the Man of
    • studies. As we saw was the case with the individual human being, so
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    • in which the Zarathustra-Individuality incarnated springs from the ancient
    • easily be imagined that if the Zarathustra-Individuality incarnated
    • more clearly the fact that an Individuality as great as Zarathustra
    • unfold that man can be enabled gradually to rise again to the heights
    • Individuality was chosen, that out of his bodily constitution, a suitable
    • chosen from among the Chaldeans an individual who no longer worked by
    • deriving from the particular faculties possessed by the individual man
    • Individuality he will not pass on to posterity through his own deed, but
    • as an atavistic element, whenever any individual sees once more into the
    • wrong if we compare this whole racial evolution with the gradual growth
    • of the individual human being. When a child is born, it remains until
    • of individual judgment. — The ancient Hebrew people passed through
    • with the first period of the life of the individual human being up to
    • Hebrew people, was none other than the Individuality who in ancient
    • race, in his individual personality. The whole development of the Hebrew
    • This is the moment when the Zarathustra-Individuality incarnates in
    • recognised that in the destiny of every great Individuality charged
    • is recapitulated; that such Individualities represent the essence and
    • of the particular blood-ties gradually became more general in widely
    • individual with the greatest possible power. Both these principles must
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    • to number, measure and weight, so that by this means they might gradually
    • bound to be only very gradual.
    • not physical impressions only, but also the Spirit. For this, individual
    • through Hebrew history, some individuals were, by certain methods, prepared
    • slowly and gradually preparation was made for the time when out of the
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    • more universal and less individual than those of older people. We
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    • try individually to direct our sentiments and feelings to those who
    • gradual ascent of Christianity, its growth and
    • things. If men were courageous enough, this truth would gradually
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    • observation, for man is really a kind of duality, and the
    • in relation to his origin, his development, man is primarily a dual
    • light. We acquire knowledge, perception; it gradually comes to us.
    • solitary individual cannot gratify his egoism in such spheres, but
    • wholly changed, ideas formed before the 20th century have gradually
    • dual nature is really present, so that we actually do engender what
    • materialism. In this duality we live. We have been tremendously
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    • more universal and less individual than those of older people. We
    • correspondence with individual souls of the dead (although this is
    • difficult to come into individual relations with souls of the dead
    • person than those who have become more individualised and grown
    • individual. Funeral services for children or young people should have
    • ‘individual’ addresses for the young life closing with
    • ‘individualised’ memories of our older dead, we
    • come from the human individuals themselves when they are in right
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    • received in the mind, this mood gradually develops. Then it becomes
    • try to make this individual, quite clear and concrete. Thus:
    • impulses. The time is gradually approaching when it will be necessary
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    • in what way it is gradually worked out, is not as a rule considered
    • can easily realise that the fatigue aroused by such actions is a dual
    • It is a dual process. First we must use the springing and thriving
    • the individual action has a value in the general course of human
    • individuals.
    • individuality. That is discovered after death. In such a case, and it
    • have him ever there as a dual being; in the one being something, an
    • showing man as a dual being. In ordinary life these two streams are
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    • it be possible for him gradually to attain the power, through his
    • present time, that he should gradually develop this feeling. In
    • concrete detail as to how we can speak of it, how it is gradually
    • fundamental one, and as we gradually pass from the fifth to the
    • and that the happiness of the individual is not really possible
    • not yet divine, but it must gradually become the fundamental
    • his own prosperity, not thinking that individual prosperity is
    • this intimate feeling, he gradually becomes able to receive a
    • Anyone who progresses in spiritual science gradually observes that it
    • with this, for instance, the fact that what many possess gradually
    • difficult! We can, however, observe that as we gradually become
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    • feeling existing subconsciously, but which can be gradually brought
    • individual examples, that life deserves our confidence — just
    • prepares him for the real gradual perception of what spiritually
    • now gradually disappearing, as is all else derived from olden times.
    • outcome of this duality. The consequence is, that as regards our soul
    • ourselves are included in this duality. We have not only the organic
    • slower; and in this duality we live our earthly life. In childhood
    • has the heart, mind and temperament for gradually establishing a
    • like a drop; and in such a way that the individual souls did not flow
    • are individualised between death and rebirth, by having each his
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    • the opinion that the individual human being can be seen neither as
    • individuality, character, or personality, no freedom and so on. As
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    • the opinion that the individual human being can be seen neither as
    • individuality, character, or personality, no freedom and so on. As
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    • individual has the feeling that part of his being is super-sensible,
    • is a gradual unfolding of
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • we shall accept philosophers like Avenarius and Mach as individual
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    • individual has the feeling that part of his being is super-sensible,
    • is a gradual unfolding of
    • individual is thrown back on his own personality and his personal
    • we shall accept philosophers like Avenarius and Mach as individual
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    • individual plants, but of the whole united plant-world — is a
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    • individual concern, that they will eventually have to take up the
    • is true that as individuals and even as a small society we cannot do
    • much the individual assertions that people make, it is the Ahrimanic
    • individuals, — as a small society — we cannot do much.
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    • individual concern, that they will eventually have to take up the
    • is true that as individuals and even as a small society we cannot do
    • much the individual assertions that people make, it is the Ahrimanic
    • individuals, — as a small society — we cannot do much.
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    • values they individually create. One nation tries to outdo the other
    • transcends the individual human element must be revealed by knowing
    • as an entity? We can speak of an individual human being merely from
    • or a people is only a totality of so many individuals. Before we can
    • lie slumbering in his daily life, will gradually begin to see a
    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • individualised, specialized, in the different regions of the Earth.
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • impossible to characterise all the individual peoples. All that can
    • that it flows in an individual form from a human personality. Through
    • individual forms by the different peoples. Our whole attitude should
    • differences of their individual natures. And then we realise that the
    • in its entirety through any individual man, or through the members of
    • manhood lies in every individual, but it must be brought to
    • Divine. Whether we apply this to smaller races and individual
    • uplifts the individual people; knowledge of one's own race is sought
    • individual ‘man of flesh’ there is another man, greater
    • after true internationality, which always ennobles the individual
    • creations of one's own people. Each individual race must so find its
    • knowledge, each individual people may help to make the waves of love
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    • values they individually create. One nation tries to outdo the other
    • transcends the individual human element must be revealed by knowing
    • as an entity? We can speak of an individual human being merely from
    • or a people is only a totality of so many individuals. Before we can
    • lie slumbering in his daily life, will gradually begin to see a
    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • individualised, specialized, in the different regions of the Earth.
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • impossible to characterise all the individual peoples. All that can
    • that it flows in an individual form from a human personality. Through
    • individual forms by the different peoples. Our whole attitude should
    • differences of their individual natures. And then we realise that the
    • in its entirety through any individual man, or through the members of
    • manhood lies in every individual, but it must be brought to
    • Divine. Whether we apply this to smaller races and individual
    • uplifts the individual people; knowledge of one's own race is sought
    • individual ‘man of flesh’ there is another man, greater
    • after true internationality, which always ennobles the individual
    • creations of one's own people. Each individual race must so find its
    • knowledge, each individual people may help to make the waves of love
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    • Individuals appear in the world from time
    • body will gradually be transformed. A wonderful vista of the
    • Flesh. He sees the body of the Earth gradually becoming the
    • Spiritual gradually densifies, how man himself has densified
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    • Individuals appear in the world from time
    • body will gradually be transformed. A wonderful vista of the
    • Flesh. He sees the body of the Earth gradually becoming the
    • Spiritual gradually densifies, how man himself has densified
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    • men have gradually reached a point in their development when they are
    • the course of his evolution had gradually come to be able to use only
    • — gradually develops a thinking, a feeling and a willing that
    • Hence his “astral body” has gradually become empty. He
    • give the single individual an inner feeling of comfort but can bear
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    • men have gradually reached a point in their development when they are
    • the course of his evolution had gradually come to be able to use only
    • — gradually develops a thinking, a feeling and a willing that
    • Hence his “astral body” has gradually become empty. He
    • give the single individual an inner feeling of comfort but can bear
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    • all that the individual has experienced about himself. For our
    • through this we come gradually into the reality of the spiritual, the
    • ideal. The moral intuitions are gradually permeated with what indeed is
    • from our individuality. Thereby Spiritual Science approaches an
    • Individuality itself as a directly active power.
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    • all that the individual has experienced about himself. For our
    • through this we come gradually into the reality of the spiritual, the
    • ideal. The moral intuitions are gradually permeated with what indeed is
    • from our individuality. Thereby Spiritual Science approaches an
    • Individuality itself as a directly active power.
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    • man, was gradually lost, mainly as a result of the conditions
    • post-Atlantean epoch clairvoyance will gradually be
    • gradually become able, from the twentieth century onwards, to
    • well to consider the nature of moral forces in individual souls in their
    • individual. In the case of most Europeans or, speaking
    • Kamaloka a spiritual Individuality shows us everything we have done
    • life that it is the Moses-Individuality who demands reckoning for the
    • given by a great Individuality of the fourth post-Atlantean
    • Buddha means that the Individuality concerned does not incarnate
    • Bodhisattva-Individuality who became Buddha five or six
    • onwards, individuals will appear who have developed in a way that
    • they will gradually grow capable of beholding the etheric Christ. He
    • incarnation. The Christ-Individuality was on the Earth in the body of
    • And just as in the case of an individual human being the ego is the
    • from a physical man -on Earth the Christ gradually evolves as Etheric
    • Individuality appeared and was to become a Teacher of humanity, signs
    • Christ-Individuality had taken possession. All the incarnations
    • there is evidence that at the age of 30 or 31, another individuality
    • another Being takes possession of his body. Individualities who will
    • and will not incarnate as children, are, for example, individualities
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    • man, was gradually lost, mainly as a result of the conditions
    • post-Atlantean epoch clairvoyance will gradually be
    • gradually become able, from the twentieth century onwards, to
    • well to consider the nature of moral forces in individual souls in their
    • individual. In the case of most Europeans or, speaking
    • Kamaloka a spiritual Individuality shows us everything we have done
    • life that it is the Moses-Individuality who demands reckoning for the
    • given by a great Individuality of the fourth post-Atlantean
    • Buddha means that the Individuality concerned does not incarnate
    • Bodhisattva-Individuality who became Buddha five or six
    • onwards, individuals will appear who have developed in a way that
    • they will gradually grow capable of beholding the etheric Christ. He
    • incarnation. The Christ-Individuality was on the Earth in the body of
    • And just as in the case of an individual human being the ego is the
    • from a physical man -on Earth the Christ gradually evolves as Etheric
    • Individuality appeared and was to become a Teacher of humanity, signs
    • Christ-Individuality had taken possession. All the incarnations
    • there is evidence that at the age of 30 or 31, another individuality
    • another Being takes possession of his body. Individualities who will
    • and will not incarnate as children, are, for example, individualities
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    • on the contrary, we learn only gradually, in the course of our
    • gradually whatever we need to know — we shall pass on to the
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    • gradually whatever we need to know — we shall pass on to the
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    • Evolution of Individuality
    • “Individuality and the Group-Soul” and “The God
    • individuality: four lectures given between 1909 and 1916 in Munich
    • Contents: Individuality and the
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    • Individuality
    • specific theme: the destiny and nature of the individual human being.
    • then a new one began. Rather, one epoch gradually and slowly merged
    • clairvoyance was gradually lost, and perception and
    • spiritual world. Gradually, however, the number of those who knew
    • “As an individual human being, I am a transitory
    • schools that the individuality or psychic essence of Abraham did not
    • This connection was expressed also in the feelings of the individuals
    • the individuality. Instead, a whole group belonged together as a
    • individual soul.
    • of them. Individuals may differ as to this or that quality but a
    • Thus certain basic characteristics are combined in individuals
    • gradually be stripped off. Just as the differences between
    • nations are gradually disappearing, and the factions within them come
    • qualities have to be shed. Instead, the individual nature of each
    • which group-soulness is chiefly expressed, gradually loses its
    • evermore individual, and this has further implications for human
    • individuality. It is important that this individuality develop in the
    • individualities, or personalities, in the right sense. How can it
    • other members. Then we gradually come to understand what we mean by
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    • larger connections. Our individual lives are closely connected with
    • the Gospels historical documents about the greatest individuality
    • individual can derive from the four Gospels.
    • in, we should remember that the individuality we call Zarathustra was
    • the individuality who was the bearer of Zarathustrianism — one
    • highly developed an individuality is, if it descends into an
    • individuality cannot express his or her soul-spiritual faculties
    • of education through which the various faculties are gradually
    • individuality. Faculties that are to become common to a large number
    • individuality known as Abraham or Abram. He was chosen to be the
    • depended on procreation for its gradual perfection in the
    • the individual characteristics had to express that the Abrahamic
    • development of humanity. The Old Testament Hebrews gradually had to
    • clairvoyant faculties were already declining. Such individuals
    • of the old inheritance are gradually expelled. It was the special
    • must now show how the Hebrews gradually developed from generation to
    • individuals. The life of an individual can be divided into periods of
    • independent. The life of the individual runs its course in certain
    • the most perfect I had to develop gradually. What takes place over
    • years in an individual, however, develops in a people over
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    • gradually awakened in the process of perceiving the physical world.
    • organ of perception, but gradually lost the ability to develop organs
    • gradually prepared before they actually take place. This was the case
    • beings would have seen their astral body gradually becoming dulled
    • turn out that way. Rather, a few individuals developed so far that
    • an event occurred when the individuality who lived in Elijah was
    • gradually lost the ability to extend its forces like tentacles to
    • This possibility gradually disappeared, and it became dark
    • Individuals who have a very special task need a particular kind of
    • Individuals
    • elsewhere than at that point where the individual in question is
    • individuality of Zarathustra.
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    • gradually arrive at when we investigate the relationship between our
    • to develop gradually into another type, Lucifer and Ahriman preserved
    • Atlantean time, human souls gradually came down from the planets to
    • Thus, the I of human beings, their individualities,
    • complete the necessary schooling of human individuality by passing
    • within thus gradually becomes known, then, as a result, what Lucifer
    • gradually have spread over the whole earth. All other human forms
    • would gradually have disappeared, and only what lives in the Apollo
    • will always exist because human beings will only gradually be able to
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    • beings with a unique and individual karma.
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    • gradually change into the other.
    • we shall gradually perceive how we are entering into the very life of
    • be the decisive thing for us. We gradually learn to think objectively
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    • gradually change into the other.
    • we shall gradually perceive how we are entering into the very life of
    • be the decisive thing for us. We gradually learn to think objectively
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    • very good exercise for gradually curing such forgetfulness. Suppose,
    • is a very good cure; he will gradually put aside certain so-called
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    • is a very good cure; he will gradually put aside certain so-called
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    • And because man as an individual being orientates himself in accordance
    • gradually to have thoughts apart from sense-perceptions. This was
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    • And because man as an individual being orientates himself in accordance
    • gradually to have thoughts apart from sense-perceptions. This was
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    • individual being reveals to us how the whole cosmos works within it.
    • arched in every individual. There is no general, only an individual,
    • a way that, at the same time, he can understand what the individual
    • organic being is a metamorphosis of its individual members
    • individual — what his being, regarded impartially, has gained
    • thereby a human individuality. As he lives with natural laws, so does
    • freedom and of individuality the breath of sacrifice. But art,
    • man becomes a free, individual being. In religious observance he offers
    • In art we are, on the one side, individuals; on the other, we offer
    • world. Man finds his individuality in thought that is free. And by
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    • individual being reveals to us how the whole cosmos works within it.
    • arched in every individual. There is no general, only an individual,
    • a way that, at the same time, he can understand what the individual
    • organic being is a metamorphosis of its individual members
    • individual — what his being, regarded impartially, has gained
    • thereby a human individuality. As he lives with natural laws, so does
    • freedom and of individuality the breath of sacrifice. But art,
    • man becomes a free, individual being. In religious observance he offers
    • In art we are, on the one side, individuals; on the other, we offer
    • world. Man finds his individuality in thought that is free. And by
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    • virtue of his individual constitution, he was also able to penetrate
    • gradually spread throughout the West and will become a world culture.
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    • virtue of his individual constitution, he was also able to penetrate
    • gradually spread throughout the West and will become a world culture.
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    • gradually develop. If we learn to trace back these emerging spiritual
    • faculties in the same way that we trace the gradual growth of the
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    • gradually develop. If we learn to trace back these emerging spiritual
    • faculties in the same way that we trace the gradual growth of the
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    • Gradually, however, the significance of death began to dawn upon
    • intellectualism this Initiation-knowledge gradually faded away
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    • intellectualism this Initiation-knowledge gradually faded away
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    • the map of Europe took on the aspect which it afterwards gradually
    • physical bodies, — this consciousness will gradually grow and
    • individuality consisting of the Ego and of the astral body continues
    • soul of this individuality works in the aura, but only his unused
    • development, yet they must gradually unfold. In future the East will
    • the individualities of men passing through the portal of death on the
    • gradually take hold of mankind. But in order that the forces
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    • the map of Europe took on the aspect which it afterwards gradually
    • physical bodies, — this consciousness will gradually grow and
    • individuality consisting of the Ego and of the astral body continues
    • soul of this individuality works in the aura, but only his unused
    • development, yet they must gradually unfold. In future the East will
    • the individualities of men passing through the portal of death on the
    • gradually take hold of mankind. But in order that the forces
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    • say: Ancient Greek history is, essentially, the gradual loss of
    • Epicureans this gradually disappears. The ancient primeval knowledge
    • waning and gradual dying out of the ancient primeval wisdom. It is
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    • say: Ancient Greek history is, essentially, the gradual loss of
    • Epicureans this gradually disappears. The ancient primeval knowledge
    • waning and gradual dying out of the ancient primeval wisdom. It is
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    • this or of that individual, of this or of that society, but because it
    • Just as the individual human
    • beings have evolved, from the moment when they first descended as individual
    • individualities whom we call the Masters of Wisdom and of the
    • freedom. At present, every individual must discover in himself a kind
    • a gradual flowing out of wisdom of the great white brotherhood
    • development of Budhi is accomplished in every individual human being,
    • Christ-Jesus, whilst maintaining the greatest possible individualisation,
    • disintegration to humanity, for the individual human being only regards
    • goal. Individual human beings, and mankind as a whole, can only reach
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    • this or of that individual, of this or of that society, but because it
    • Just as the individual human
    • beings have evolved, from the moment when they first descended as individual
    • individualities whom we call the Masters of Wisdom and of the
    • freedom. At present, every individual must discover in himself a kind
    • a gradual flowing out of wisdom of the great white brotherhood
    • development of Budhi is accomplished in every individual human being,
    • Christ-Jesus, whilst maintaining the greatest possible individualisation,
    • disintegration to humanity, for the individual human being only regards
    • goal. Individual human beings, and mankind as a whole, can only reach
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    • individual human being enclosed within his skin, so — if you
    • the Lion-ego, the Bear-ego, as self-contained Beings, as individual
    • They only have a physical and an etheric body. Individually, they
    • way, we gradually learn to experience something resembling the warm,
    • experiences pleasure. Thus Nature gradually becomes full of life for
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    • individual human being enclosed within his skin, so — if you
    • the Lion-ego, the Bear-ego, as self-contained Beings, as individual
    • They only have a physical and an etheric body. Individually, they
    • way, we gradually learn to experience something resembling the warm,
    • experiences pleasure. Thus Nature gradually becomes full of life for
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    • gradually assumed sharp contours in the
    • concerning the higher spiritual realities that had gradually
    • of belonging to Osiris gradually faded away. While culture
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    • concerning the higher spiritual realities that had gradually
    • of belonging to Osiris gradually faded away. While culture
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    • cite a certain individual — I could also cite others,
    • he was a passionate and fanatical individual. Nevertheless
    • concerning those things that will only gradually be mastered
    • sentence is the outcome of intense individual struggle; from
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    • cite a certain individual — I could also cite others,
    • he was a passionate and fanatical individual. Nevertheless
    • concerning those things that will only gradually be mastered
    • sentence is the outcome of intense individual struggle; from
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    • being an individuality. Yet, whatever fine things may be said
    • approach death. We see how the bodily organism gradually
    • himself to the world in his own individual way, and how his
    • undefined features and faculties gradually take form. Finally
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    • being an individuality. Yet, whatever fine things may be said
    • approach death. We see how the bodily organism gradually
    • himself to the world in his own individual way, and how his
    • undefined features and faculties gradually take form. Finally
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    • forces which gradually and inevitably must bring about its
    • civilisation is gradually sinking into something where it can
    • individuals about freedom, at the time when all Germany was
    • human individual endowed with particular faculties, he is
    • old. The ruins of the old civilisation will gradually
    • possible along roads that lead to ethical individualism.
    • Cognition, and an Ethical Individualism.’
    • Individualism,” for ethical individualism is nothing
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    • forces which gradually and inevitably must bring about its
    • civilisation is gradually sinking into something where it can
    • individuals about freedom, at the time when all Germany was
    • human individual endowed with particular faculties, he is
    • old. The ruins of the old civilisation will gradually
    • possible along roads that lead to ethical individualism.
    • Cognition, and an Ethical Individualism.’
    • Individualism,” for ethical individualism is nothing
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    • difficult. Nevertheless, personal and individual
    • gradually. We know that there was in ancient times the normal
    • condition of clairvoyance. This gradually ebbed away and died
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    • difficult. Nevertheless, personal and individual
    • gradually. We know that there was in ancient times the normal
    • condition of clairvoyance. This gradually ebbed away and died
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    • real progress in knowledge of the spiritual world gradually
    • that of the pickled grandmother and the like gradually turn
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    • real progress in knowledge of the spiritual world gradually
    • that of the pickled grandmother and the like gradually turn
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    • consciousness gradually evolved. A kind of primeval clairvoyance
    • preceded the gradual development of our modern consciousness.
    • understand the possibility of two streams arising in the gradual
    • the world of the senses. This feeling gradually extended into a
    • appeared during the time of man's gradual descent from the spiritual
    • gradually to reach and enter Nirvana. In other words, he may learn so
    • individual personality in the world. How could it be otherwise in a
    • thirst for existence and rebirth which burns in every individual
    • alone and is concerned only with his individual life. In his
    • individual existence he strives for liberation from the thirst for
    • evolution of the world. Man is not an isolated entity, an individual,
    • an individuality! The Buddhist says: “Man has descended from
    • isolated individual, the Christian looks to Jesus of Nazareth, into
    • succession of similar individualities, the Buddhas, and herein lies
    • individual is indissolubly bound up with humanity as a whole, that
    • each time as a fresh experience. Not only the isolated individual
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    • consciousness gradually evolved. A kind of primeval clairvoyance
    • preceded the gradual development of our modern consciousness.
    • understand the possibility of two streams arising in the gradual
    • the world of the senses. This feeling gradually extended into a
    • appeared during the time of man's gradual descent from the spiritual
    • gradually to reach and enter Nirvana. In other words, he may learn so
    • individual personality in the world. How could it be otherwise in a
    • thirst for existence and rebirth which burns in every individual
    • alone and is concerned only with his individual life. In his
    • individual existence he strives for liberation from the thirst for
    • evolution of the world. Man is not an isolated entity, an individual,
    • an individuality! The Buddhist says: “Man has descended from
    • isolated individual, the Christian looks to Jesus of Nazareth, into
    • succession of similar individualities, the Buddhas, and herein lies
    • individual is indissolubly bound up with humanity as a whole, that
    • each time as a fresh experience. Not only the isolated individual
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    • paid to the personal and distinctive qualities of individual human
    • inasmuch as it is a public affair, concerning not the individual
    • the individual and the community?
    • essence of the materialism that has gradually come to be the
    • principles the body as such is gradually destroyed. The body
    • of the individuality of the other. The social question will be lifted
    • then the position of each individual in the community will be quite
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    • paid to the personal and distinctive qualities of individual human
    • inasmuch as it is a public affair, concerning not the individual
    • the individual and the community?
    • essence of the materialism that has gradually come to be the
    • principles the body as such is gradually destroyed. The body
    • of the individuality of the other. The social question will be lifted
    • then the position of each individual in the community will be quite
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    • conditions of equilibrium. We see the child slowly and gradually
    • when, after his birth, he gradually finds his way into the conditions
    • thinking is gradually adapted to the earthly conditions. In
    • farther from the earth, he gradually comes to see the planets as well
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    • conditions of equilibrium. We see the child slowly and gradually
    • when, after his birth, he gradually finds his way into the conditions
    • thinking is gradually adapted to the earthly conditions. In
    • farther from the earth, he gradually comes to see the planets as well
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    • being — faded gradually into the background. He began more and
    • of full wakefulness in the cosmos. Gradually this waking life in the
    • gradually to lead mankind to a divine consciousness, to a religious
    • gradually grow to be conscious of his cosmic existence, the
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    • being — faded gradually into the background. He began more and
    • of full wakefulness in the cosmos. Gradually this waking life in the
    • gradually to lead mankind to a divine consciousness, to a religious
    • gradually grow to be conscious of his cosmic existence, the
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    • light that surges through the world's spaces, was gradually defamed
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    • light that surges through the world's spaces, was gradually defamed
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    • gradually grew dim and faded away — a higher form of knowledge
    • must imagine further that it was because of the gradual paralysis of
    • gradual darkening and disappearance of a certain view and way of
    • had gradually degenerated, so that, when the Christ did come, people
    • were trained. When we consider this significant individual, we find
    • could say. When the Gnosis gradually disappeared altogether, it was
    • gradually disappeared. Contained in this spiritual
    • single individual, we again differentiate between the physical
    • spiritual soul and the physical part in each individual human being
    • gradually. This was the outer aspect: People came to know in images
    • what had occurred in Palestine; only gradually, with the aid of
    • first appearance of “Jesus” — gradually conquered
    • the Gospels conquered human hearts and souls only very gradually. So
    • experience gradually within himself the human connection with the
    • when describing this individual as a divine being, they are not at
    • gradually. His achievements took the form of actual facts. The points
    • my little book on the progress of the individual and humanity), the
    • will gradually begin to understand Christmas when they learn to
    • The Spiritual Guidance of the Individual and Humanity: Some
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    • gradually grew dim and faded away — a higher form of knowledge
    • must imagine further that it was because of the gradual paralysis of
    • gradual darkening and disappearance of a certain view and way of
    • had gradually degenerated, so that, when the Christ did come, people
    • were trained. When we consider this significant individual, we find
    • could say. When the Gnosis gradually disappeared altogether, it was
    • gradually disappeared. Contained in this spiritual
    • single individual, we again differentiate between the physical
    • spiritual soul and the physical part in each individual human being
    • gradually. This was the outer aspect: People came to know in images
    • what had occurred in Palestine; only gradually, with the aid of
    • first appearance of “Jesus” — gradually conquered
    • the Gospels conquered human hearts and souls only very gradually. So
    • experience gradually within himself the human connection with the
    • when describing this individual as a divine being, they are not at
    • gradually. His achievements took the form of actual facts. The points
    • my little book on the progress of the individual and humanity), the
    • will gradually begin to understand Christmas when they learn to
    • The Spiritual Guidance of the Individual and Humanity: Some
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    • have gradually come to this pass; our purely intellectualistic thinking
    • can really have it, and then we gradually come near the truth that
    • gradually to perceive our plane of symmetry, so too we can learn to
    • to perceive a gradual transition. The mere intellect says : The
    • gradually from the spatial to the unspatial.
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    • have gradually come to this pass; our purely intellectualistic thinking
    • can really have it, and then we gradually come near the truth that
    • gradually to perceive our plane of symmetry, so too we can learn to
    • to perceive a gradual transition. The mere intellect says : The
    • gradually from the spatial to the unspatial.
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    • question concerning the origin, the gradual emergence and evolution,
    • primitive and simple forms of animal- and plant-life gradually
    • of the gradual development of life and also of the other occurrences
    • gradually. In the days of Goethe, for instance, when he occupied
    • spiritual-scientific research also reveals this gradual advance in
    • beneath us, which we find in a similar way in the individual human or
    • which gradually became our life, in order that as time went on such
    • In some way it must obviously come about that not only the individual
    • human being but the whole of humanity gradually throws off the
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    • question concerning the origin, the gradual emergence and evolution,
    • primitive and simple forms of animal- and plant-life gradually
    • of the gradual development of life and also of the other occurrences
    • gradually. In the days of Goethe, for instance, when he occupied
    • spiritual-scientific research also reveals this gradual advance in
    • beneath us, which we find in a similar way in the individual human or
    • which gradually became our life, in order that as time went on such
    • In some way it must obviously come about that not only the individual
    • human being but the whole of humanity gradually throws off the
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    • forces gradually emerge as actual thought-forces; but they are present
    • gradually develop from the time of conception and birth lie the
    • really in this, that gradually the will is taken hold of by the
    • dream. We have to introduce logic into life by our own individual
    • a vague and nebulous condition. Man would gradually have lost all
    • always of a duality, of good and evil, of God and the Devil, and so
    • that one understands this dualism in such a way that Ormuzd is looked
    • otherwise, if we speak only of the duality between God and the
    • can be put right by leading away from the conception of Duality, and
    • dual leads finally to a condition in which man cannot live, for he
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    • forces gradually emerge as actual thought-forces; but they are present
    • gradually develop from the time of conception and birth lie the
    • really in this, that gradually the will is taken hold of by the
    • dream. We have to introduce logic into life by our own individual
    • a vague and nebulous condition. Man would gradually have lost all
    • always of a duality, of good and evil, of God and the Devil, and so
    • that one understands this dualism in such a way that Ormuzd is looked
    • otherwise, if we speak only of the duality between God and the
    • can be put right by leading away from the conception of Duality, and
    • dual leads finally to a condition in which man cannot live, for he
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    • Denkweisen, die reden eigentlich immer von einer Dualität, von
    • der begangen wird, daß man diesen Dualismus so faßt, als
    • Bewußtsein, sonst werden wir, wenn wir nur von der Dualität
    • dadurch, daß man aus der Dualität wieder in die
    • Trinität hineinführt, denn alles Duale führt zuletzt
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    • Denkweisen, die reden eigentlich immer von einer Dualität, von
    • der begangen wird, daß man diesen Dualismus so faßt, als
    • Bewußtsein, sonst werden wir, wenn wir nur von der Dualität
    • dadurch, daß man aus der Dualität wieder in die
    • Trinität hineinführt, denn alles Duale führt zuletzt
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    • entgegentritt, wenn man eine Individualität nach dem Tode
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    • Individualität, wie die des Brunetto Latini ist, sagen
    • auch als geistige Individualität in der geistigen Welt
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    • Individualitäten. Die Absplitterung Hollands vom deutschen,
    • zwischen Rasse und Individualität.
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    • ist, sich spezialisiert, individualisiert nach den Volksgeistern.
    • zunächst eine menschliche Individualität, eine
    • Individualität, sondern auch Angehöriger eines Volkes und
    • Individualität nichts kann. Was kann der Mensch, indem er einem
    • die einzelnen Völkerindividualitäten möglich.
    • Volksindividualitäten der Vorzeit und der Gegenwart, das
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    • Temperamente in der einzelnen menschlichen Individualität in der
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    • menschlichen Individualität selber als der Volkscharakter des
    • menschlichen Individualitäten trifft. Da trifft er Menschen,
    • die Empfindung, wenn die Volksindividualitäten als Zentren in
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    • der Individualitäten. Das hat in gewisser Beziehung sein Gutes,
    • die einzelnen Völkerindividualitäten erheben. Wir gewinnen
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    • teilgenommen haben — die drei Individualitäten, die drei
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    • verschiedensten Weise Völker-Individualitäten zu
    • Individualisierung und Vermischung der verschiedenen
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    • Individualitäten darinnen sind, und wenn das ganz andere
    • Individualitäten sind, die im Adonis und im Christus darinnen
    • seiner Individualität. Das ist Thor. Thor wird nur dadurch
    • ja darum, diese Götterindividualitäten in
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    • uns einmal bei einem Thema fragen, was die Individualitäten
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    • slowly and gradually to attain to such conceptions. For something
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    • himself is. The sacrifice of the individual being, the soul's
    • determination to renounce individual being, so regarding it as to be
    • permeating our soul, it will gradually lead to the understanding of
    • who can feel all this about warmth will gradually arrive at the
    • spirit? It would be self-will, assertion of individual will. These
    • individuality. These are two great opposites. Personal will fatally
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    • brings him with equanimity, will gradually notice that his
    • attained his freedom, or the capacity for individual initiative
    • gradually to grasp, by means of meditation, what is comprised
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    • that feeling which was developed in the Individualities whose
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    • in speaking of individual plant-organisms, only of the organism of
    • found on the astral plane as group-soul, and the individual animal is
    • developed his individuality so far that it descends into his
    • gradually becoming able to perceive the Christ by means of the higher
    • capacities will gradually arise, and in the course of that span of
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    • assertion of individuality. Personal Will opposes the
    • their individuality is on other planes; but man
    • having developed his individuality so far that it
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    • call itself by the name of a great spiritual individuality, after the
    • all, in order to understand this singular individuality, all the
    • intimate about this individuality; it must be said that we have
    • said in the course of years concerning the Individuality we call
    • individuality in Eastern occultism with the exception of the highest
    • Bodhisattva was that individuality who, five hundred years before our
    • highest individuality to which the Eastern occult teaching leads. And
    • lead up to the Bodhisattva and the Buddha individualities, with the
    • the individuality of a Bodhisattva. One of these was however, present
    • in an individuality who lived 105 years before our era, in Jesus ben
    • Matthew-Gospel. Such a Bodhisattva-Individuality, a follower of
    • Theosophy speaks of this Bodhisattva-Individuality. And to the
    • great Bodhisattva-Individuality was incarnated; but because her
    • will find an individuality described there who lived 105 years before
    • deny that in this being a great Individuality was concealed? We
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    • slowly and gradually to attain to such conceptions. For something
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    • but also what he himself is. The sacrifice of the individual being,
    • the soul's determination to renounce individual being, so regarding
    • living idea permeating our soul, it will gradually lead to the
    • warmth will gradually arrive at the reality of what is concealed
    • self-will, assertion of individual will. These are, as it were, the
    • contemplated, and self-willed assertion of individuality. These are
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    • with equanimity, will gradually notice that his words have great
    • never have attained his freedom, or the capacity for individual
    • gradually to grasp, by means of meditation, what is comprised in the
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    • that feeling which was developed in the Individualities whose
    • ordinary superficial individual consciousness; but from the
    • subconsciousness pushes up that which in its individuality can
    • itself with the totality rather than with the individuality. That
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    • no sense in speaking of individual plant-organisms, only of the
    • found on the astral plane as group-soul, and the individual animal is
    • his individuality so far that it descends into his physical body, in
    • saw Him on the road to Damascus. The event on of man gradually
    • gradually spread, and in the course of that span of time a vast
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    • the sacred life of ancient India, and observe how it has gradually
    • age gradually set in.
    • great moral impulse, for though the individual cannot always raise
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    • Atlantean catastrophe took place, great bodies of people gradually
    • India and there gradually differentiated themselves, but there were
    • consisted only of people in whose souls, were individuals who through being
    • of years and gradually souls were improved and uplifted. In
    • for the souls which gradually struggled upwards out of this lower class,
    • into a gradual moral improvement.
    • their gradually passing on into the higher races; and souls which
    • increased until gradually the lowest classes of the European
    • spoken, died out, the whole region became gradually inhabited by
    • open to the demoniacal influences still persisting. Gradually through
    • great and mighty individuality of Buddha. We also know that Buddha
    • individuality which had passed through many incarnations as
    • an individuality only works down from spiritual heights, he
    • individuality of Buddha has only worked down from spiritual heights
    • population. These qualities gradually came out, as his etheric body
    • population, who had gradually wrestled their way up from the
    • the individualities of the Apostles, but solely to the physical
    • gradually in humanity, it is something which lies at the bottom of
    • individuality, which was permeated by the Christ-impulse, into active
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    • pupils of the Mysteries whose highest ideal was gradually to
    • individuality and is crushed by the wheels of life. Life tears him in
    • own individuality is crushed by the objective world; on the other
    • at once, he will attain gradually in the course of evolution in as
    • gradually disappear and that man shall become independent of the
    • now become more individual, we have withdrawn ourselves from the
    • and correct. To this end, a radical change must gradually come about
    • conviction will have to contribute in order gradually to develop
    • only describe in the following way; people will gradually long more
    • gradually developed in humanity, whereas they are really eternal. But
    • is maya or illusion, but man must gradually penetrate to the truth,
    • world may be considered as a great immortal individual which
    • become more concrete than by our imagining this Individual active
    • his work? Through the Mystery of Golgotha the greatest Individual
    • evolution more and more. Man will also have to learn gradually so to
    • the balance, the mean, may come and thus the goal be gradually
    • with Him as with a great immortal Individual. The thought that the
    • mission, lies in man's forming one whole with this great Individual,
    • Individual, you thereby destroy something; but what you do to build up
    • this great immortal Individual in the way above described, that you
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    • earthly evolution. Duality in the world of sense;
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    • gradually diminished until times were reached when the great
    • and gradual preparation, this reached its peak in the
    • gradually lost this faculty of living in communion with the
    • spiritual world. There were, of course, always individuals
    • seership gradually sank below the threshold of consciousness
    • number of individuals in these assemblies who were still able
    • writings, in order that men may gradually be led to knowledge
    • rendered with the best will in the world to individuals
    • happens that advice is given to some individual — but
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    • insisted from the outset upon strictly individual
    • lecture yesterday. I said that seership gradually died away
    • research carried on by the individual Orders, they had
    • the mask, as it were, of an earlier individuality, there
    • individuality who now appeared in H. P. B.'s field of
    • vision under the mask of an earlier individuality designated
    • Kut-Humi had declared what individuality was living in him.
    • He had indicated that this individuality was John King by
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    • True, there had been individual materialistic philosophers
    • organic structures are pervaded individually. As he passes
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    • individuality who sees to the root of such matters, the
    • interests of this individuality, he can induce such a man to
    • we know as the later mask of a Mahatma-Individuality. Sinnett
    • easy for the above-mentioned individuality, in whose
    • to create this counterweight — we shall gradually
    • tools of the individuality who stood behind them. Just as
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    • of that strange individuality of whom I spoke in the last
    • which every individual should adhere is this: not to
    • individual who has become dangerous, which has the effect of
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    • gradually to be ignored. I could quote many passages from
    • I had a certain relationship with an individual; he himself
    • from the individual and lay stress on what did not really
    • employed by certain individualities who were standing behind
    • utterly disastrous to an occult Movement, namely, a gradual
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    • the task of each individual to put everything to the test.
    • particular, entirely individual task.
    • is by no means easy to realise and can only gradually be
    • teeth. These are then an individual acquisition; the
    • Threshold works on in the physical world in individual,
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    • be realised that many individuals into whom the methods of
    • gradually be mastered by those who really penetrate to the
    • science has caused the human soul gradually to lose the
    • of his subconsciousness were gradually making him into a man
    • be sure, individuals who through a true interpretation of
    • must be to allow only those individuals to break through
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    • gradually unfolds his free will. For while he stands
    • duality. Two is the number of manifestation; two is
    • in the nineteenth century, this nature-maya gradually emerged
    • duality, as you see. Nature-maya continues, but underneath it
    • In the material world, duality prevails everywhere. Therefore
    • higher worlds as if duality also prevailed there. It is only
    • is governed by duality. In the material world, duality
    • black magic, this implies duality. But duality can have
    • duality can never be a basic principle. True as it is that
    • duality lies at the basis of the physical-material world, it
    • do with duality.
    • are higher forces. — This expands the duality of our
    • of the duality of our higher and lower forces, we recognise
    • abolished and body and soul established as a duality. This is
    • you see, to do with a duality: with objective
    • duality in the material world: objective occultism —
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    • again be different. We are gradually preparing for these
    • individuality. But this protection will be less and less
    • men's individual intelligence and appropriate it for
    • goes on to keep their intelligence under their own individual
    • steadily on his own feet as an individuality. These are the
    • without rising into the sphere of the individual will. If
    • the judgment of the individual will is wrested from us; and
    • individual teeth it then has at its disposal.
    • regard ourselves as individuals who through their karma can
    • individuals who have reached a certain high level of
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    • Christ betrayed under cover of darkness. Gradual withdrawal
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    • Slowly and gradually, but distinctly, there has been prepared
    • choose single figures and individuals who have influenced the
    • gradually come to better understand these mysterious paths
    • investigation. Quite slowly and gradually there have emerged
    • individuality of Homer. Consider one of his characters,
    • individualities will appear again; we know that such souls
    • poetical personage can be traced back to a real individuality
    • whole individuality with which the figure is connected. Why
    • Slowly and gradually a totally new spiritual tendency entered
    • individualities, the answer always is the Mystery of
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    • truly individualized; they were still entangled in the
    • nature to the experience of the individual soul causes a
    • gradually come to see the artistic sequence, how the threads
    • then we shall gradually perceive what a mighty, inwardly
    • Trivially speaking, it is as though there were a gradual
    • gradually developed in the Old Testament through the taking
    • Jehovah, there gradually comes into being an active inner
    • made consists in this: souls are becoming individualized.
    • connected with it through the element of the individual soul.
    • first become accustomed to being a specific individuality.
    • individualized form. We might conceive that someone who was a
    • such things as these before us, we gradually come to the
    • distinctly shows how individual figures appear at definite
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    • However, it does not appear as the spirit of the individual
    • people. That which later was to live in each individual man
    • individual soul into every individual human breast was at the
    • individual personality of Naboth but only by hovering over
    • than it did in the individual members of the ancient Hebrew
    • history they may gradually take up ever more and more of the
    • is not only his individual personality at work, but something
    • more than a personality, which hovers over the individuality
    • encompassed within one individual man. And we may read yet
    • the individual personality of man
    • cosmic principle lives in Him, Christ Jesus as an individual
    • personality confronts other human beings quite individually,
    • become personal individual powers. The truth was to be made
    • now became individualized. The main point of this description
    • Only when we go beyond one individual incarnation do we find
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    • individuality to earth existence; while at the same time
    • we see another individuality gradually
    • picture this individuality in our minds. We see Socrates
    • between these two individualities, at a particular moment
    • though it takes different forms. All the individual leaders
    • with a great individuality around whom gather pupils and
    • these two individualities to their pupils.
    • forth from the souls of his pupils the individual earthly
    • cultures gradually developed: the ancient Indian, the
    • individuality, to something that can truly emerge only in our
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    • given out gradually for thousands of years before his time by
    • slowly and gradually die out in the post-Atlantean era.
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    • it. When we consider the individual animal, the separate
    • different when we think of individual human lives. As you all
    • in individual human lives; and it is quite true to say that
    • come to see how what is significant for the individual human
    • to be true for both the individual and for humanity as a
    • individual human being, and of this we can say that time
    • gradually. Not all the streams of peoples and nations always
    • individual world ages appear to us like successive years in
    • in an individual human life. Irrespective of what is repeated
    • only slowly and gradually what in the course of time has been
    • year. Thus the individual great initiates appeared in each
    • individual years are not distinguished from each other. Only
    • then we attach special importance to the fact that individual
    • what is repeated in the individual cycles, but rather to try
    • analogous to the life of an individual human being insofar as
    • bloodstream in the natural life of the individual human being
    • individual man at a particular time and plays a specific part
    • Testament as analogous to an individual man. We see how in
    • people formed its soul, in the same way that individual man
    • human soul. The eternity of individual man confronts us as
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    • longer that of a human individuality but of a cosmic
    • individuality, if, indeed one may speak of an initiation at
    • for example, in the case of certain individualities during a
    • individuality is exposed to danger from his surroundings more
    • human individualities who carried a superego, but with five
    • understanding; and of all those who had to be led gradually
    • through all the individual stages of thought we were to
    • characteristics of the ego. We see this within individual
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    • as a people. Moses was the individuality who as far as was
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    • experienced in their souls the gradual disappearance and
    • ancient Hebrew people, that with His individuality He was
    • lives in the individual human being. Indeed, He speaks of the
    • their individualities. This is pointed out still more
    • lives within the individuality of man, and how this is to
    • souls. In the individuality of Christ and in the crowd it is
    • comprehension. So this aura gradually withdrew from the man
    • then abandoned gradually by the cosmic principle. Thus, after
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    • a higher individuality lives in man. It cannot accept the
    • longing has taken root in individual souls. But in present
    • that will and must gradually give rise to the noblest
    • have to read in individual passages. We shall see how we must
    • enmeshed in sense existence, and gradually became ever less
    • gradually for himself his true being within the wider
    • — not the single individual woman but rather
    • single individuality, not man in a particular incarnation but
    • referring to individual personalities. In the case of
    • individual personalities there is no need to flatter oneself,
    • will gradually realize that they are not in the first place
    • considered the individual Gospels and various cosmic
    • individual problems and individual facts. And as we make our
    • studies, will gradually also reach out to the rest of
    • the fact that not only the individual planet, but all its
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • reincarnation. The individual's relationship to the folk spirit
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • leaders, and this is what spurred him to say: Every individual has
    • the right to work; grant to every individual the right to work, let
    • to grant every individual the right to work, to let the state find
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • individual human beings everywhere desire to come to terms with one
    • achieved anywhere, because it is not actually individual human beings
    • Only the external appearance makes it seem as though individuals were
    • any group of human beings. He is the god of the individual, in so far
    • as the individual is a member of the human race as a whole. Only when
    • in which all individuality was lost. But evolution progressed. Human
    • beings became ever more individualized. They felt more and more that
    • evangelist how the individual human being, out of the inmost forces
    • of his soul, as though in a dream — for the individual is alone
    • end it can take root in every individual human being, uniting all
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • heavens, he sensed the presence of individual beings everywhere, one
    • individualized, what had been individual, divine, spiritual beings
    • individual bird, but as the swarm flies further and further away it
    • Their inclination was gradually to overcome and transform the older
    • individuals to appear, is not a criticism or a reprimand aimed at
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • Out of this unconscious state individual waves rise up into the world
    • preparation, it gradually changes and we come to new experiences,
    • individual has crossed the threshold, the physical body appears
    • body, and in doing so we would gradually destroy it. Because what
    • why today the most intimate matters of individual soul life are at
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • brought about by a gradual re-warming of the earth. Scientists say
    • individual links with human beings, as is the case with angels. Folk
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • man can we gradually come to an understanding of its essence.
    • expression! It is unusual, but if you gradually come to sense what it
    • these details together we can gradually build up a full picture of
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • Thus will they gradually
    • grow up through childhood our element of spirit and soul gradually
    • be in a position gradually to attain to thinking with exactitude.
    • will gradually come to understand what I mean by thinking with
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • various contrasting groups. We should gradually come to be inorganic,
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • slowly and gradually has mankind been able to find the way towards
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • individuals even though these may have a generic aspect. With his
    • the mortal individual, Goethe is perhaps not as alone as one might
    • intuitively discerning the individual patient's type, his habitude.
    • disorganization with a durable political structure, the individual
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • isolated individual.
    • the space of only a year or even a century. It came about gradually
    • course, at the profoundest soul level he is an individual, a unique
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • course gradual, but for the sake of explanation I shall have to talk
    • the sounds of the words gradually disappears; they cease to be in
    • works which have a broader base than that of a single individuality
    • Gradually he is healed.
    • it is just a tale. Whatever we think of individual incidents, we
    • this intellectualism divide one individuality from another.
    • to come about; individualism is necessary. But social life must be
    • found out of individualism. Otherwise, in the ‘social
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    • human being; the relationship of the individual to the folk spirit; and
    • every individual is free either to recognize or deny the spirit, most
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    • on how an individual becomes caught in this struggle between
    • pole — what is important is to get the individual
    • offerings! However, an individual must be inwardly prepared for the
    • appearance of a great individual who taught world peace and became
    • individuality and freedom.
    • individual is often not how to face either Ahriman or Lucifer, but
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    • impulses for individual action and conduct went forth from the
    • the development of individuality, of personality, has been at work,
    • has now come for individual human beings to know what tendencies and
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    • the bodily existence of a human individuality in whom Ahriman can
    • founded. A great deal is said about “freedom of the individual
    • Ahriman face to face. He will be the individuality by whom it will be
    • culture, gradually piling one above the other, have created chaos,
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    • wisdom, that this wisdom gradually faded away and is now no longer
    • knowledge would have been a very slow and gradual process and for
    • individuality himself incarnated in Asia in a certain epoch of
    • the evolution of humanity, the more do we find certain individuals
    • the initiation science which must gradually come within the ken of
    • constant hold of the concrete, individual reality. The moment you
    • thinking. If you were to contemplate each human individual, each
    • that the universal thinking implicit in pagan wisdom has gradually
    • the point where individual human beings would again split into right
    • that the clairvoyance of each individual would be strictly
    • human beings would gradually come to perceive spiritually the
    • gradually, this primeval intelligence in humankind ran dry
    • individual spirits like Goethe but Goethe has not been
    • great deal to do with the present situation. An individual
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    • gradual dissolution of the earth and its ultimate dispersal in cosmic
    • humanity itself. I do not say: in the individual human
    • down human responsibility to the single individual, the single
    • natural science — you will gradually find your way to the
    • earlier lives. Naturally, in reference to the single, individual
    • that reason, exclude ourselves as individuals, for each of us has a
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    • for individual action and conduct went forth from the
    • development of individuality, of personality, has been at
    • existence. And the time has now come for individual men to
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    • existence of a human individuality in whom Ahriman can
    • deal is said about “freedom of the individual
    • confront Ahriman face to face. He will be the individuality
    • to realise that the levels of culture, gradually piling one
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    • wisdom, that this wisdom gradually faded away and is now no
    • have been a very slow and gradual process and for long ages
    • lectures that the Lucifer-individuality himself incarnated in
    • certain individuals who through the qualities attained in
    • are part of the Initiation-science which must gradually come
    • hold of the concrete, individual reality. The moment you
    • individual, each single plant, each single animal, each
    • wisdom has gradually been exhausted. Man's constitution is
    • Things could come to the point where individual men would
    • that the clairvoyance of each individual would be strictly
    • science. For then man would gradually come to perceive
    • gradually, this primeval intelligence in mankind ran dry
    • by individual spirits like Goethe — but Goethe has not
    • An individual — thanks to the Divine Powers and also,
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    • from inspiring; it would be a vista of the gradual
    • itself: I do not say: in the individual human being
    • responsibility to the single individual, the single
    • An individual
    • gradually find your way to the realisation that mankind is
    • reference to the single, individual human being, we must
    • himself as an individual, for each of us has his share in
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    • experience of this warmth differentiation in the individual
    • his entire human nature. For ruling the individual human
    • closely in a few days, and comment on the individuals and
    • necessary. There probably are individuals who have it, but
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    • single bees; the hive has an individual soul, a real
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    • ceases when the heap of earth gradually gets smaller and
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    • an individuality. We do not lose ourselves in the things. If
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    • attitude. There have, of course, always been individuals who
    • only in isolated individuals who were then regarded as
    • develop them. We must gradually grow into a frame of mind
    • gradually begin to understand everything that works
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    • movement. This change must also take place in the individual
    • will answer the questions put by individuals and all those
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    • physician's work is entirely individual. If a physician has a
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    • instinctive faculty is an individual one. There are people in
    • and precious stones work upon individual organs?
    • be judged according to the individual. It can quite well be
    • upon a choleric temperament, but really only in an individual
    • insight into karma in cases of individual illness?” can
    • the destiny of the individual in the spiritual world?
    • as the individual human being as such is concerned the
    • it conceivable that the individual physician could acquire,
    • beings. Forces can flow to an individual from every community
    • how different, how individual is the hair of each person.
    • organization. In individual cases, much can be learned about
    • being writes is entirely individual. At the very most there
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    • nature of the illness is revealed, then, gradually, when you
    • have felt, you gradually begin to perceive the things and
    • gradually perhaps more quickly than we thinkGoetheanum
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    • the individual. If things are looked at in the right way it
    • life of the individual according to his capacities and his
    • karma. They then lead of themselves to the individual not
    • individuals or a group doing them at the same time as you
    • absolutely necessary for this personal meditation gradually
    • to be — then and only then will there be a gradual
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    • metamorphosis is meant the gradual passing of the human
    • the individual personal element — where he is concerned
    • satisfied if one could reveal to every individual his
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    • culture were reincarnations of individualities from the
    • secondly, the stream of the individuality which comes from
    • the course of life on earth the individuality who comes from
    • birth and death. The forces of the child's individuality
    • between death and a new birth the human individuality
    • time, from outside. The human individuality (who is eternal)
    • earthly life, harm arises when the individuality enters into
    • only to say to ourselves: Here the individuality from the
    • individuality working over from previous earthly lives. This
    • individuality which ought only to live itself out in the
    • human being — this individuality is working partly in
    • the diseased lung the individuality of the human being is
    • bodily nature. The individuality, instead of passing over
    • individuality, working over from earlier incarnations, takes
    • always individualize in our treatment, for every human being
    • individualize.
    • health insurance where individuals cannot always choose their
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    • have a bearing, too, upon questions put by individuals about
    • inherited sin. Individual sin, too, is something that the
    • the patient, simply through the individuality of the
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    • movement, we can only reply that we will try to gradually
    • to negotiate about such themes through individual
    • poppy juice D6. One will gradually be able to bring about a
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    • I will only speak of things which will gradually lead to
    • yourselves. You should gradually think: solid, sharp
    • gradually learn to understand plastic things.
    • gradually see how the whole human being is connected with
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    • individualpersonal bearing. If we did not sleep, if our life
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    • attain freedom. As we gradually perfect our actions we
    • Think of it — an individual is born in a particular
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    • all cooled down, solid formations arose and gradually there came the
    • persistent undernourishment, the digestive organs gradually form the
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    • thoroughly digest it, he will gradually waste away; but if at any
    • foodstuff in Europe ... the head is gradually thrown out of gear for
    • separate off and from these separated cells the body gradually takes
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    • slow arsenical illness may set in and become gradually worse. If in
    • and thin, has a chalky look about him and his body gradually
    • even if the effect of the arsenic is slow, the body gradually
    • gradually lapse into a plant-like existence. He would begin, first of
    • too strong, then the limbs and the inner organs gradually lose flesh
    • dose is increased very gradually, the organs are able to stand it.
    • would be to take less and less by gradual degrees. But what usually
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    • a gradual evanescence, of the God Baldur who was thought of as associated
    • with the sun. Then in Christian times this June festival gradually became
    • us that the most exalted Individuality that ever took part in the evolution
    • the Individuality that is the vehicle of the Christ, as well as the
    • in his surroundings but gradually learning to understand things: he
    • that just as a rebirth can occur for the individual in his development,
    • which is an inner event for the individual — a mystical-spiritual
    • How did the Johannine Christians put it? They said: In the individual
    • the Event of Palestine. Just as the higher ego is born in the individual,
    • individual the one great incisive event, the birth of the higher ego;
    • in human evolution. We become aware of the gradual approach of the Gospel
    • that will gradually develop this body upward to the point at which it
    • depends the rebirth of every individual higher human ego.
    • most important event in the development of the individual human being:
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    • without upon man who gradually evolved upon the earth.
    • was to come about, certain human individualities always had to develop
    • Atlantean and the first post-Atlantean epochs. It disappeared only gradually.
    • But a few isolated individuals still had it, and even today there are
    • Upon having gradually passed through the stages leading to life in the
    • gradually. No ordinary man could undertake this mission: it had to be
    • record. This relates how a certain individuality had striven upward
    • this individuality was born again, and in this earthly embodiment passed
    • lived an individuality who had already passed through high stages of
    • into himself the Individuality of the Christ. And the first experiences
    • in the twenty-first year the ego is born, but again only gradually.
    • that the Christ Being entered the individuality who walked the earth
    • as a great initiate, and who gradually, in the light and radiance of
    • a lofty initiate who gradually passed through the experiences that finally
    • these one individual evolves to the point of being able to take into
    • and now descends into the individuality of Jesus of Nazareth. It would
    • gradual preparation of everything embraced in his astral body, etheric
    • the birth of Christ in him. The individual experiences that led him
    • refers to the development of the etheric body, whereby wisdom gradually
    • upon for individual occasions: we understand something once and for
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    • reappeared on the old Sun. Gradually this physical body became
    • have gradually dried out and mummified, and have found no possibility
    • but now these beings asserted themselves as forces that gradually shaped
    • there had gradually evolved a condition under which man was once more
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    • life at night, but are gradually gaining in significance for our daytime
    • blackberry is made up of tiny individual berries; and everything that
    • exist though sacrificing what he had gradually received into himself.
    • imagine how the mineral kingdom was gradually ejected. Consider that
    • much hardening and densification, that gradually the whole earth would
    • the earth. This desolation appeared to forecast a gradual extinction
    • now gradually returned — after the expulsion of the moon —
    • and Mars. The earth was gradually peopled with souls. — Now you
    • and the animal kingdom as well was able gradually to resume its upward
    • Nazareth, because the individuality that permeated Jesus of Nazareth
    • gradually emerged the lowest beings, those who in respect of their
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    • gradually his protruding etheric body crept into his physical body,
    • beings gradually passed over into an evolutionary epoch we call the
    • through hereditary exigency, but were mobile, then the souls gradually
    • consciousness would have gradually disappeared, the ego would have evolved
    • of the human race started from a mere handful of people. Gradually the
    • their attack. They learned how to cultivate the individual human ego,
    • for developing an individual ego, as opposed to the common ego.
    • beings sought to separate them, to segregate them individually. These
    • spite of the individuality of the ego. Thus the Christ force was very
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    • is endowed today developed only gradually, and that he started from
    • and he solidified only gradually. Nevertheless we know that even then
    • among men, those who had survived the moon crisis, were able gradually
    • disturbances in air and water, terrific upheavals in the earth, gradually
    • pupil had gradually to be superseded by a form slowly approaching what
    • human life gradually changed; and in the next cultural epoch, the Egypto-Chaldean,
    • how Christ, the exalted Sun Spirit, gradually approached the earth;
    • by — in the burning bush and in the fire on Mount Sinai. Gradually
    • their physical body made them. Human interest had gradually developed
    • whereas the aim of the Luciferic spirits was to render each individual
    • dependent solely upon his own personality, his own individuality. Lucifer
    • and the lofty spiritual beings had been working simultaneously. Gradually
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    • survey of his life and become aware of the connection of this individual
    • it gradually, so that Moses was able to perceive the approach. Not until
    • gradually.
    • between his own individuality — what he was as a personality —
    • is not only that of an individual being: he is a part of the whole world;
    • He then sent His force down to earth from the sun; but He kept gradually
    • water, but solely the mighty influence of the Christ-Individuality.
    • the new one gradually. He had to create a transition, so to speak; He
    • divine that is in Christ is to flow over into the individuality of Lazarus;
    • individuality of Lazarus had been so completely transformed that it
    • became the individuality of John in the Christian sense. Thus we see
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    • others could be considered individual contradictions; but by examining
    • individuality that in former incarnations had experienced lofty stages of
    • exalted, far-reaching activity. This individuality dwelling in the body of
    • that the Christ entered the bodies of this individuality which had passed
    • thoughts? It had to conform and amalgamate with the individuality that
    • Jesus of Nazareth, and that this individuality was the re-embodiment
    • worlds gradually disclosed to us, we can ask, Whither would it all have
    • initiate lived in the individuality that dwelt in the body of Jesus
    • no one else would see anything unusual in this journey. The individuality
    • the fire on Sinai, had gradually been approaching the earth; and he
    • him the conviction: The individuality that hung upon the Cross in the
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    • gradually, and for this they had to forfeit their old clairvoyance.
    • they gradually achieved self-consciousness, outer objective consciousness,
    • gradually, these ancient direct influences of soul upon soul dwindled
    • time immemorial. We mentioned yesterday that this individuality of Jesus
    • blood flows down from Father Abraham. Then I feel sheltered. My individual
    • to relinquish this state of consciousness for another, hence it gradually
    • force into each individual soul. The ego which is within me, and which
    • the individual soul: the force that can lead men gradually to express
    • He was as yet unable to perform: for this the time must gradually ripen.
    • derives this element of divinity, this human individuality? It passes
    • has acted upon the eternal individuality of the sick man and strengthened
    • it by causing His own force to appear in this individuality, thereby
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    • Not until this moment of the Baptism by John did this Individuality
    • never had been a human individuality in earth evolution, either among
    • were he unable gradually to master this law of the skeleton.
    • what is given through heredity. The human individuality that had existed
    • first gradually learn to find his way about, for everything appears
    • as the individual ego is expressed in the individual's blood. That is
    • distinguish the separate individuals, and this results from the male
    • would not be able to tell the different individuals apart; and if only
    • the influence of the male principle individualizes, specializes, separates,
    • from life to life as the individuality of the human soul. The man was
    • born blind because the divine individuality in him manifested itself
    • a result of heredity, but which was incurred by his individuality.
    • human individuality with a force able to create in him the capacity
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    • gradual approach of the Christ Being itself; but naturally, even fourteen
    • Individuality, in the threefold sheath of Jesus of Nazareth gradually
    • the gradual development of the threefold corporeality — the physical,
    • in man: it is the factor that makes him an individual entity here on
    • happened? In that case love, the factor that unites men, would gradually
    • men would have been driven back into their own segregated individualities.
    • only gradually can men become united through the Christ principle. In
    • at first present in the souls of men would gradually come to expression
    • will flow into mankind but slowly and gradually.
    • spiritual world by means of a dim, dull clairvoyance, which has gradually
    • and that had to occur, because he had to renounce his individuality
    • The individuality presented
    • was chosen to exemplify the gradual extinction of the ancient wisdom
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    • the lands of Europe, Asia, and Africa, which had gradually taken on
    • and that they gradually learned to see the outer physical world of the
    • and gradually; and thus the old dim clairvoyance vanished slowly and
    • that had reached its climax in a certain era gradually becomes extinct.
    • But this wisdom gradually dwindled away: and even the initiates in their
    • And with the gradual dwindling of wisdom men would become their own
    • the recession of wisdom every individual would seek truth in his own
    • fighting individuals.
    • diminished; for as we said yesterday, human blood gradually altered,
    • that leads men, as egos, to individual isolation and mutual antagonism.
    • And for the same reason it gradually lost its power of uniting men in
    • in the course of human evolution. How did it come about that man gradually
    • this heritage has dwindled away and gradually become wholly useless.
    • in such a way that man will gradually emerge again from his physical
    • the withering, of the physical body. Man would gradually forfeit all
    • gradually, and the possibility of being born again and again, of passing
    • before the end of Earth evolution; but as time goes on the gradual extinction
    • was gradually cast out.
    • Everything of that sort comes about gradually, step by step. Christ
    • thinking is moving toward a slow death. This illustrates the gradual
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    • wisdom by being gradually reduced to complete dependence upon the outer
    • brought about by Lucifer and later by Ahriman, with any individual human
    • infused into human life those forces which will gradually create knowledge
    • on Golgotha furnished the proof, which will gradually be comprehended
    • individuality. This capacity could not have been bestowed upon him otherwise
    • the future it can be more and more eradicated from the individual egos
    • But the blood that flowed on Golgotha gave an impetus for the gradual
    • cosmic body he would have seen the earth's aura gradually fading out,
    • suffused the earth with an astral light that will gradually become an
    • will gradually develop into a sun. The first impetus in this direction
    • death? What is it, in short, that gradually permeates the etheric body
    • does not die with the rest, and which men gradually achieve through
    • to this). Then it gradually became less intelligible, human comprehension
    • as an individual, had been born. Leave out Joseph, and the whole table
    • Joseph the individuality of Jesus of Nazareth was born into a body which
    • not upon Christ, but upon the individuality that stood before men in
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    • spirits gradually ensconced themselves; and this meant that it became
    • but they solidified only gradually — his bones, and so forth.
    • luster, the first one must be gradually extinguished; with the lighting
    • held to this course, all the lights would have gradually faded out,
    • the earth. It had long been gradually approaching, but since that time
    • — with patience and endurance gradually to become a successor
    • a Being Who, beginning with the Baptism, had gradually gained in His
    • and gradually.
    • impulse the strength gradually to recover all that he had once possessed.
    • had gradually been lost, was gathered together in the great being of
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    • individual. Titurel. External crusades to Jerusalem are renewed
    • goal of each given level of evolution in individual life as well as
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    • and that this form then underwent gradual change, approaching
    • full value, you will gradually learn to apprehend the facts
    • I have referred. Gradually it became weaker and weaker in its
    • speech into his physical organism purely out of the gradually
    • brought into it; gradually, of course, for twenty-two days,
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    • individual sections of the brain, the connecting fibers, and
    • of the nineteenth century life has gradually become so
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    • elevated to the point of gradually grasping the spirit, their
    • individuals who towered above the great mass of uneducated
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    • customary in medicine in those days to study the individual
    • the gradual approach of an entity out of extraplanetary
    • there were contributions by individuals such as
    • form of tradition all over Europe. Certain individuals who at
    • the educational development an individual went through by
    • priests and monks gradually brought a certain amount of order
    • individuals still took up the treasure of ancient medical
    • human being gradually finds himself surrounded by a world that
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    • individual. Titurel. External crusades to Jerusalem are renewed
    • the earlier periods of Greek culture, every individual knew
    • line. What would it have become? Human beings would gradually
    • comprehension of Christianity gradually withdrew back into
    • there a few individuals emerged — after all, a few
    • isolated individuals appear now and again within the totality
    • arose in a few individuals. Something like the following
    • cover and was understood by some individuals. This other
    • were chosen. Inner initiative on the part of the individual
    • Grail. Lonely, isolated individuals, people who did not have
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    • Greece gradually developed in the direction of this twilight,
    • individuals could place themselves into this stream in the
    • remained an individual glimpse of light. When a ray of the
    • ego, these individuals received such glimpses of light. It is
    • questionable sources come the means with which individuals
    • battle today against spiritual science, even individuals who
    • these individuals best and what they like better. It is truly
    • you really believe that in individuals such as the one who
    • are too few individuals who can be active representatives of
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    • today. One could say that this is an individual who, partly
    • individual member.
    • intended as attacks against individual persons. In the first
    • like to say, Just look at those individuals who have
    • is it presented as truth? Because those individuals who speak
    • that this individual was too deeply wounded by his age for
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    • the individual members of the human being are described:
    • woman are equal to a duality, hence not closed off to the
    • world; the child closes this duality off, forms a totality.
    • Outwardly, numbers are gradually becoming a matter of
    • we gradually come to the idea that measure actually has to do
    • awareness of measure and symmetry gradually transformed
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    • in these established dogmas; thus, gradually all living
    • In individuals like him, we have people who received the
    • their own being had gradually disappeared. Measure, numbers,
    • as it was in ancient times and as it has gradually changed.
    • withered, and gradually disappeared. The ego is basically a
    • gradually became extinguished. Already in the historical
    • and others. The most progressive individuals in Europe, those
    • gradually disappeared within these confessions. People
    • which these streams are gradually heading, and they are more
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    • individual life as well as that of humanity. Goal of the fourth epoch
    • at individual human life, it can indeed give you a picture of
    • the differences between the development of the individual and
    • attention to the fact that whereas the individual gets older
    • of the whole human community and that of the individual are
    • can still say that individual human life can be a picture for
    • into what is compatible with individual periods in life. It
    • individual cultural epochs we have to point out based on
    • grow into them. But just as the individual can fall behind
    • posed as goals. If an individual lags behind in this regard,
    • intellect arranged the individual world phenomena. People
    • the other, places the individual phenomena into a
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    • the individual nations.) The intellect had assumed its
    • individual consciousness in the human being. Italy faced the
    • year 1840 in a manner that allows us to say, The individual
    • weighed terribly on the individual human consciousness that
    • only in few individuals. I believe people study far too
    • thing happened. An individual — we could also take
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    • the Roman culture. All this left residual traces in what has
    • individual, the conscious human being. We might actually say,
    • substantiate this, he offers long essays on how individuals
    • individuals who are viewed as great men. This is
    • instead familiarize themselves with such individuals by means
    • only observes the individual person; he sees the spiritual
    • element working through that individual. What Locke wrote
    • modern question of one person's individual status is
    • two most inept individuals who ever existed in politics,
    • individual types of animals are independent or whether the
    • differentiate between the individual species and had to place
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    • being. The light such individuals had actually experienced
    • culture of the intellect that has gradually become prevalent
    • a personality, as an individual, on the earth. It is the moon
    • individuality, is the product of the sun forces. Therefore,
    • the sages in the mysteries, every individual was judged
    • the case of an individual possessing forces from his former
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    • gradually become completely absorbed in the shadowy cast of
    • have spoken about will descend gradually to the earth. Vulcan
    • time will resolve to grow gradually into what benevolent
    • continued cosmic existence in the gradual entanglement, in
    • individuality and personality. It is an episode that must not
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    • these individuals still knew something of an earlier
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    • individual tribes and nations.
    • An individual
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    • that they were gradually separating from the earth. They
    • individual soul originates with birth and ends with death. As
    • Egyptians viewed it only in this way — the individual
    • individually real. A pneumatic pantheism came about, as if
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    • for any individual who wishes to keep pace with evolution to
    • individual himself passes into obscurity between the moments
    • develops gradually as a bodily expression of the soul. And
    • from the developed physical body; the individual is no longer
    • the individual would be available, both of equal importance
    • individuals who achieve no such understanding in the sleeping
    • these individuals.
    • the language used. Today we find that individuals who are
    • individuals who have received the materialistic education of
    • life as well. It is this that gradually causes man to forget
    • astral body also have a biography, the individual phases of
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    • night the ego and astral body of a grown-up individual pass
    • told you that if an individual absorbs no spiritual
    • influence of conditions such as I have described, individuals
    • gradually insinuated itself into the intellectualistic world
    • great individuals appearing in the course of evolution, the
    • if you leave the individual as he is, he passes in an
    • but the condition into which the individual has been brought
    • transferred to the individual concerned. Actually, in the
    • changed in the individual in order that he may pass into and
    • to spiritual knowledge and then gradually, at first simply
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    • recording what they do individually or co-operatively, so a
    • as individuals. When the thought-world passes from the
    • individual possessing super-sensible consciousness feels that
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    • advance of spiritual Beings, certain individual spiritual
    • individuals do not reach this point; they take over the
    • traced the whole interplay between individual personalities
    • that culture was permeated now by human individuality.
    • the factor of individual personality had not asserted itself
    • individuality. Everywhere we see happenings which on the one
    • in individuals had not poured down into the outworn
    • — we need only think of these individuals and we shall
    • individual, who in his youth inclined to Manichaeism, who
    • firmly is the individual captured by mass-opinions. And then,
    • single individualities into other single individualities.
    • gradually understand them by studying impulses of the
    • instil into every individual human soul something that
    • of a terrible, impersonal, unindividualized group spirit
    • holds sway; in other epochs individualities gain the upper
    • to individual trains of thought. If, however, we look for the
    • be twofold: we study the individual human being but not alter
    • between death and a new life, by the individual himself who
    • incarnates on Earth. Thus we study the individual man as a
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    • the possibility for the individual to act from his own inner
    • produce our own world of thoughts, an individual world of
    • proceeding from the individuality of man would have
    • your own individuality; you are yourself the elaborator of
    • to the Archai. If I indicate individual men (below, red),
    • for these ways as free individuals. For if we have
    • they were not there at all ! I advise individuals who think
    • ambitious individual, placed by destiny in a special
    • real nature of a camel? The individual who has made
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    • gradually died away with the rise of the abstract, lifeless
    • individuals capable of occupying themselves usefully with
    • more than one highly educated individual. But as regards real
    • today as an individual and a personality, had the process
    • away there is a different being. And gradually it dawns on
    • For what has been achieved by individual effort does not go
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    • after the great Atlantean catastrophe, the gradual
    • divining the musical gifts of an individual from his facial
    • what had been a far more individual classification based upon
    • caste system gradually developed from antecedents of which I
    • physiognomy of an individual; they also saw there the
    • individual human being.
    • weather — and then men began gradually to calculate, to
    • forth. Then he gradually lost the consciousness which once
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    • individualism. His conflicting ideas. He defends the
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    • only emerge gradually, but one may arrive at an understanding
    • understanding of the spirit had been gradually lost. This is
    • gradually overthrow the authority of Rome. And this accounts
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    • individual incarnates he owes his physical existence to his
    • Reason” which comes into being with each individual
    • gradual and continual process over long periods of time man
    • individual animal which is mortal in virtue of its organism.
    • organism is such that, as individual organism, it is ordained
    • to manifest in the individual man, and as independent human
    • could gradually be recovered. That is why the Mystery of
    • Golgotha will gradually be retrieved once more. Thus, at the
    • in future time. For it is only gradually that we come to
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    • the nature of individual substances millions of years hence:
    • individual. Aristotle, however, lived in an age when he could
    • with the birth of the individual and persists after death.
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    • order to show how the spiritual link common to the individual
    • stamens and so a new individual arises. Schelver firmly
    • importance to be alive to this fact and gradually to turn it
    • understanding of the Christ Impulse can gradually be
    • senses alone. It is only slowly and gradually that we can
    • will gradually become an impossibility. It will be possible
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    • metamorphosis, that is, if the new individual had been able
    • initiate certain individuals into the secrets of the external
    • two historical epochs, that we can gradually arrive at a true
    • that his individuality inhabits the spiritual world between
    • sleeping and waking, he realizes that his individuality is
    • individuality inhabits the spiritual world, and he is also
    • aware that this individuality in its waking consciousness is
    • Christianity and we must gradually summon up that righteous
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    • had been preserved by the priesthood, but had gradually
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    • individual such as Julian by resorting to prenatal
    • efforts of these individuals and to pursue in its place a
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    • destruction should rather be carried out gradually, for the
    • stellar impulses and the impulses of the individual elemental
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    • first gradually become conversant with their details.
    • individual communities, for example, the folk-communities or
    • of the individual units or members, but that, if they were to
    • not look upon themselves as separate individuals but as
    • that the group-soul nature has gradually declined in
    • Golgotha. One could no longer assume that the individual had
    • times, a humanity in which the approach to the individual had
    • individual was virtually ignored and when men looked to the
    • individual, he who can look beyond the moment and the day
    • it is for the individual to be receptive to Spiritual Science
    • relation of the individual to the State? And in attempting to
    • individual members of the State! — And on the whole
    • human organism consists of individual cells, so too the State
    • consists of individual cells, of human beings who are the
    • the individual units or members are not contiguous like the
    • individual cells in the human or animal organism. That is out
    • that the individual is not a cell; only the productive
    • individual. This cannot be compared with the function of the
    • other hand we discover that the individual States can perhaps
    • the same way as the individual “State cells” fit
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    • content of the individual scenes as they unfold; but I find
    • individuality who had lifted to some extent the veils that
    • serious attention to these things we shall gradually
    • dualism of body and soul is fundamentally unsatisfactory.
    • where the neophytes were gradually prepared for communion
    • reality? In the individual case one should not attempt to
    • whole soul must be gradually attuned so that it can pass
    • judgement in the individual case, just as in the external
    • individual case. We must develop a wider perspective in order
    • in the individual case to state categorically: this is the
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    • of oxygen by the blood. We have within us this dual rhythm. I
    • gradually and variously coloring itself, if one sees this
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    • individual forms. We thus arrive here at a concrete
    • essential, my dear friends, is that you attempt gradually to
    • is something we must gradually acquire. Such a concept would
    • himself. All this must gradually become conscious in
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    • individual atoms in the complicated organic molecules are
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    • individual organs, of course by means of a spiritual gaze
    • very well how the individual organs of the human being take
    • individual concrete facts in this way. If one speaks about
    • enter into the individual concrete facts.
    • to expand into the environment. We gradually become identical
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    • the other but rather remains an individuality, separated and
    • gradually become Inspiration. The soul thus in fact grows
    • let me say; the will gradually disappears. When the human
    • being as a duality in the life between birth and death. It is
    • dualistic: the thought, to some extent, with the perception
    • for the human being will gradually lose the agility of his
    • particularly cultivated. We would lose our individuality if
    • strives. We would completely lose our individuality. We would
    • deindividualized.
    • losing itself. What actually ought to be individualized by
    • improvement of individual human beings. I have often
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    • life, then art itself would gradually disappear from mankind,
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    • development. If we were not born as single individuals, if we
    • Hierarchies we mentioned and they weave it gradually into the
    • world in which his astral body gradually dissolves itself
    • viewpoints valid so that gradually a comprehensive
    • into two, the single individuality of the human being has
    • individuality who then later on after many centuries wants to
    • appearance in a certain human being. This individuality
    • individual himself, but the individual in community with the
    • materialism and all that can come about from it can gradually
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    • Central AND Western Europeans very gradually worked
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    • this was completely reached by a large number of individuals
    • that will come gradually. You must know that since the year
    • can only reveal itself gradually step by step. Today we can
    • preparing themselves very gradually right now are so prepared
    • will gradually develop in such a way that another kind of
    • deal with a hidden spiritual being who wants gradually to
    • suppressing all individual thinking. On the other hand there is
    • individual thinking into pure materialistic thinking where
    • effect of which will be to exclude all individual thinking.
    • uneducated masses. They gradually learn to insert certain
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    • writings of individually illuminated, theological researchers
    • exclusion occurs very gradually, step by step. All that which
    • life still streamed over the earth. However, this gradually
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    • gradually descended in order to become an Earth Spirit. These
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    • example, the Jesus Child who carries the individuality of the
    • year, then in the 30th year the Christ Individuality
    • Christ Individuality lives for three years in this body. So
    • mineral kingdom only gradually crystallized itself out. We
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    • The evolution of humanity means a gradual inner separation of the
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    • darkness and its consequences: individual people taking hold
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    • into human souls, which was bound to come about gradually after
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    • whichever form they may take in the minds of individual
    • average individual; being anthroposophists, you are not
    • real feeling for what it means when a miserable individual of
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    • instinctive level, and individuals are then aware of the
    • individuals are becoming aware of one such riddle. Yet they
    • provided for if human beings gradually let the moral element
    • machines. They wanted them to be free individuals who realize
    • evolution is taking. Individuals will gain in years, being 1,
    • influence from outside; this individual would be very much
    • take a really typical individual who essentially shows only
    • maintained. And so the individual remains as he is —
    • this would be a key point in the life of an individual who
    • individual imbued with the impulses of the age who now
    • an individual, someone born into such circumstances who only
    • realities which people must gradually learn to observe and
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    • are free individuals and therefore free to live in illusion.
    • And the way individuals accept truths today strongly reveals
    • Luther's words. But we cannot do that, for the individual
    • Some individuals have a true esoteric impulse, and I will
    • a continuation of earlier practices: to have individual
    • interviews. 1f talking to individuals had not resulted in
    • because individuals want to tell others for their own sake;
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    • death' for the moment. It is true that the individuals who
    • age it was possible for individuals who desired to harm their
    • such a way that the individual concerned would be an
    • gradually make it necessary for us to use the elemental
    • necessary. One such individual is Ricarda Huch,
    • once they know that the devil is all around them. Individuals
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    • in the future will arise because the individuals concerned, whom we
    • gradually, however. For the time being, human beings still
    • evil. But only the outer physical body, not the individual
    • should it not be possible for an individual to incarnate in a
    • The individual can still be good inside such a body, for the
    • be gradually, as I have said on a number of occasions. The
    • meetings, or individuals, with old ideas running on like
    • ensure that only healthy individuals are born in future and
    • of their individual reality again.
    • the growing inwardness of individual human beings. Sometimes
    • things, that Jesus Christ — that strange individual
    • everything which came from the individual called Jesus could
    • only have come from this individual because he was suffering
    • regard to the individual nature of others. Individuals differ
    • be what they appear to be. The individual person will be deep
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    • thinking about them. Today the idea is that individuals are
    • not able to do this, but if you multiply the individual by so
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    • eminently true, and the individuals who are so proud of their
    • individual whose inner impulses really came from all the
    • humanity in post-Atlantean times and would gradually
    • not able to see them. Luther, however, was an individual of
    • Luther as an individual whose inner life belonged to the
    • these things, irrespective of what individual people may feel
    • have undergone a transformation. In the past, individuals who
    • gradually approach the fire and do not shy away from reality.
    • then consider the teachers of that individual to see if you
    • the achievements of the individual.
    • make the individuals in question what they were. In most
    • the education of individuals who later became great
    • spirit. And whom do we like best to imitate? The individual
    • individual to develop, efforts are actually in progress to
    • atmosphere, as it were. And if something of an individual
    • assume the individual concerned found himself in a situation
    • individual's defence. It has to be realized that it is
    • us assume, however, the individual concerned was a lecturer
    • individual who is to be educated. Then a strange thing will
    • at once, in dualism — to enter into profound thought
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    • individual basis.
    • life. Here the human thoughts of every individual enter into
    • to develop here on this hill. For art, too, has gradually
    • has gradually entered more and more into the lifeless sphere,
    • this is an erudite, scholarly and truly profound individual,
    • organism and individual citizens as the cells in this
    • organism, with the individual citizens as its cells. We do,
    • and you would then no longer consider the individual
    • organism, this makes individual human beings into cells,
    • this as your basis and then observe how individual States
    • also Schaeffle's — mistake was to compare an individual
    • way individual people do in a country. Cells adjoin, they are
    • neighbours, and this also holds true for individual States,
    • the organism and an individual State to a cell. Well, the
    • case where Kjellen compares the individual State to an
    • say that some individuals had a notion that this war was
    • where they gradually go to sleep in their satisfaction at the
    • in general terms about world harmony, about the individual
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    • outer and inner destiny experienced by these individuals, and
    • Some individuals develop an irresistible hankering for
    • with the fallen Ahriman. They gradually come to love the
    • taking note of how its organs gradually change, or partly
    • longer be sought. But the individuals who have become so tied
    • started?’‘ The individual who started it had a
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    • these individuals must nevertheless know three or four people
    • principle comes to expression in different ways in individual
    • had gradually evolved from animals. At the same time, large
    • must gradually come to the realization that everything
    • like the individual whom I gave as an example the other day,
    • using our terminology, but considering those individual
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    • soundness of human life in the future than for individuals to
    • world need to be more and more fully developed. Individual
    • to take delight in stories which represent individual aspects
    • “Education must be put on an individual basis”
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    • individual. It was not to be, however, for humanity was not
    • every human being to be an independent individual. This would
    • in each individual region was to establish order in the blood
    • the individual and seeking to establish laws based on this,
    • gradually dying down as the powers of their brothers begin to
    • basis on which people can be independent individuals. And it
    • is gradually becoming the task of the spirits who are related
    • catastrophe, just as in the case of the individual the
    • gradually acquiring traits which recall the old Indian
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    • and gradually. Today we shall first of all consider some ways
    • in a downward direction and gradually caused materialistic
    • this was bound to come about gradually after their fall in
    • beginning of our era there lived an individual who was
    • mentally and psychologically abnormal; this individual went
    • individual instances. Let me give you an example which may
    • is of interest when one considers such an individual who is
    • which has been gradually evolving since the sixteenth
    • anthroposophy is gradually helping us to bring life into
    • particular nation, simply as a human individual who is here
    • individuals who are involved in current events, for example,
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    • developed slowly and gradually, of course, and we are able to
    • of light for its impulses will gradually come to an end. The
    • into action when individuals have reached the age of 28, when
    • an individual who taught criminal law and who tends to come
    • This individual taught criminal law at a university. He
    • individuals but merely the system used in schools —
    • science! These things only move gradually from being
    • way that the individual concerned gets a feeling for events
    • endeavours will be that every individual will be able to
    • being pulled and that some individuals are pulling the
    • strings. Those individuals will find it all the easier to do
    • the enemies of democracy, the individual concerned wrote, but
    • individuals who are the real rulers and exploiters of France.
    • run from the actions of such an individual to the different
    • specific individuals — who, he says, govern and exploit
    • one such individual will be enough for many thousands. It is
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    • individualitet, men den er ganske almenmenneskelig. Der kan ikke
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    • enkelte inkarnasjoner av denne eller hin individualitet, ja mulig
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    • because man was to become individual, an individuality. But this is
    • look back upon what was engraved in our individual ether-substance
    • soul begins only in the course of time, just as we gradually unfold
    • can only be acquired by gradually accustoming ourselves to shaping
    • experiences under the influence of memory and habit. Gradually, by
    • memory has to contribute to man's progress towards individuality and
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    • undergo a gradual change, inasmuch as in repeated earthly lives he
    • world. Gradually, as we learn again to understand the universe, as we
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    • Moon-forces, and its individual form, in every case, is the outcome
    • expressed in an extreme form in individual characters, this is not a
    • these persons is the reincarnation of some great individuality, has
    • incarnation of a great individuality. It is merely a question of
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    • Ocean was destroyed. This continent of ancient Atlantis was gradually
    • did not really feel itself as an ego; an individual man felt himself
    • folk. Man did not feel himself to be an individual “I” as
    • acquired the individual ego-consciousness that is ours today;
    • individual. This age is called Kali Yuga, or the Dark
    • been gradually lost; the kingdoms of heaven would not have been
    • develop in individual human beings as a natural faculty. In days to
    • event to pass unnoticed but in the time that remains to us gradually
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    • development qualities of one kind passed over gradually into others;
    • through the fact that a particular individual — Abraham —
    • consciousness of the Divine which gradually made its way more and
    • consciousness in those ancient times. Men beheld the individual
    • the name of the individuality who appears and then works on into the
    • gradually exhausted and there is very little left to be gained
    • happen gradually. But just as the year 3101
    • individuals in the first half of this century — to develop the
    • individuals here and there who assert that they see in the physical
    • life of soul in individuals here and there. They will say, as if from
    • understanding of karma will develop in certain individuals during the
    • beyond it. For it is an eternal cosmic law that each individuality
    • he knew that some day an Individuality would descend to the earth,
    • Individuality will appear in the flesh, showing through his life that
    • Individuality in his earthly incarnation death has no more
    • ... a gradual reappearance, to begin with for a few and then for more
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • individual, cannot be found in the world that holds good for his
    • of what I am now saying will be revealed only gradually in the various
    • innermost being, for his personality, his individuality. This is not
    • of the past. In the past, individual teachers wrestled their way
    • representations of them remain in the soul, turning gradually
    • wholly on the individual. One man will get there in three weeks, if he
    • gradually shut off; when all is dark around him and he can see
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • body that he becomes a personality, an individuality. It is the
    • physical body that individualises and makes of one a separate
    • see how even in the spiritual world we can be individualised — but
    • But now suppose we leave this city, and gradually, with every step we
    • gradually enable the inner experiences of our soul and spirit to
    • acquires inner mobility, so that gradually one becomes able to go
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • soul, he will gradually come to say to himself: “What has been
    • spiritual world. There, we have to follow with individual attention
    • Gradually you will realise that you have brought this knowledge
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • anyone who gradually gets accustomed to finding his way among all the
    • still a certain amount of light, but it gradually becomes darker,
    • shall gradually progress from the illusory picture-world of the dream
    • nebulae, where they see individual cosmic bodies emerging, and so on.
    • goes out from his physical body and etheric body, his individuality resides
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • Individual dreams can show this very clearly.
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • lets his thoughts take this course, he gradually arrives at the moral,
    • individual spiritual beings.
    • individual spiritual beings sleeping there. Presently we shall see
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • his case, it was applied less to individual particulars on the Earth
    • Swedenborg's life will gradually come to see clearly that this
    • interplanetary space. Thus he developed a very individual form of
    • reflect images but gradually to develop an activity of its own.
    • gradually become Inspirations, sounding into consciousness from out
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • all that has been interwoven into the etheric body is gradually
    • that have gradually penetrated into the etheric body. When the
    • time varying with each individual.
    • during individual human lives. Here is the nurturing-place where the
    • individual has gone through from his last moment of waking until his
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • of each single man, personally, individually.
    • understood only when through the power of individual Imagination,
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • individual thought. But in the life between death and rebirth
    • and enter the world of spirit, now have to be gradually developed.
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • judgments are not applicable to individual animals, or to plants, or
    • of the Angels are especially important for the deeds of individual men,
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • the world, and how it is possible for him, by gradual training, to
    • are founded. And indeed they come to expression in individual human
    • through long ages have been gradually developing, under the influence
    • occult phrenology which considers the individuality of each man and
    • still formless; and then gradually to bring under control the chaotic
    • watching the gradual revelation of soul and spirit in the growing
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    • the individual through the planetary spheres where tasks and goals for
    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • descriptions given yesterday you will have gathered that man has gradually
    • gradually impaired by this decrease in the astral body. We can form a
    • still isolated individuals here and there who, though scarcely more
    • the medium of Latin, there took place a gradual drying-up of the
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    • us to do this. These impulses, moreover, are gradually transformed
    • individuality than is ordinary thinking not pervaded by
    • are more closely connected with our individuality than is our
    • Pandira? He is a great individuality who, since the time of
    • half before the beginning of our era. The individuality who became
    • an individuality; Buddha is a rank of honor, This Buddha
    • Bodhisattva was at once transferred to another individuality. Thus we
    • that individuality who incarnated a hundred years before Christ as
    • is proclaimed, all the individual data which are brought together
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    • control. Only gradually can he master the habit of becoming angry.
    • This can come about only gradually, and a person must have patience
    • beings gradually work their way upward to Christ, so must we
    • gradually perfect in freedom our thinking, feeling, and will
    • individuality who once ascended to the rank of a Bodhisattva, when
    • another ego then enters. And this may be such an individuality as
    • permeated inwardly by still another individuality. And this will
    • bound together as links all human beings, individualities,
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    • only gradually into full significance.
    • have, nevertheless, led the actions of individuals, groups
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    • capabilities, individually indicating the possibility for
    • through the teacher's individual insight into his pupil, the
    • individual character.
    • proficient individuals capable of working in the spirit of
    • spiritual life is not directed only toward the individual who
    • excludes the individual physical experiences; if it goes on
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    • In a sense, human beings could only be educated gradually to
    • affairs of our individual personality; it is supposed to
    • them quite correctly, concluded: Individualism, spiritualism
    • of the individual village communities comprehends what is
    • individualities can also be organized.
    • threefold social organism must incorporate the individual
    • that are becoming individualized and which, as aggregates,
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    • expects of each individual seeking to participate in it that
    • it necessary for us to rely on each individual co-worker, but
    • of enabling each individual person to form a judgment on the
    • said, a few courageous individuals have opposed these ideas.
    • indeed striving for freedom, freedom for the individual, and
    • into individualities. This striving, however, seems to be at
    • individual persons in the first place. The ancient initiate
    • an individuality. For that reason, he naturally does not care
    • that men can become individualities only when, in turn, they
    • individualities. This is not only related to isolated
    • the more we descend into man's individual nature, the more we
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    • that an individual was healthy or sick depending on the way
    • ancient Mysteries, gradually became intellectualized and
    • human civilization. An individual who searches for atoms and
    • unhealthy opinions. The followers of Platonism then gradually
    • individuals. Among those who will not find their way to
    • experience to see that people have gradually become so
    • pour over the listeners, gradually lulling everybody to
    • individuals, standing far in the background of what happens
    • the most eminent individuals, who participated throughout the
    • individuality. Of course, epistemologically it will stem from
    • the individuality, but it will not be developed by it. To a
    • economic opinion merely out of the individuality will seem
    • individuality, is the same thing as what the above mentioned
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    • the individual regions. The fundamental coloring of what has
    • people look upon the thought world and view the individual
    • individual elements of the ideas concerning life after death
    • a group of individuals have set up some trashy proposition as
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    • understand individuals who have worked from such a basis as
    • in a truly fructifying manner into the individual branches of
    • application to the individual human being. On Saturday, at
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    • the times have undergone since the birth of this individual
    • that at that time, from all around Jena, individuals in need
    • “Gradual Abolition of the Universities.” He states:
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    • is doomed to death; this life is a gradually dying life.
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    • out of the chaotic substrata of man's individuality.
    • the child's individuality it draws out what was sent down by
    • everything is based on the development of the individuality.
    • calculation have any value for the individual? Does it tell
    • as an individuality. We are dealing with two quite different
    • arrangements, than when one thinks as an individual human
    • we focus on the individual element that stands creatively in
    • that only the single chosen individuals had value in his
    • of circuitous route for a few outstanding individuals. This
    • It is necessary to know that an individual can get nowhere
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    • ourselves gradually from the most diverse points of view with
    • necessary to attain our conviction in a gradually evolving
    • is, above all, an affected individual.
    • atavistic manner. It could be an individual who is outwardly
    • the reason the individual pursues not merely his own
    • Gradually, untruth and lying would become a matter of course
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    • natural environment through his individual members.
    • be decided by individuals as in science, art or religion,
    • body suffices for the individual when he is sustained by an
    • art he must bring forth from the wellspring of his individual
    • individuality. One even considers it somewhat abnormal that
    • belong entirely to the personality of an individual. By
    • human being is able to manage if, as an individual
    • personality, he has the support of another individual. This,
    • man as an individual confronts another individual. Where man
    • as an individual confronts mankind as a whole, it is
    • judgments or decisions be formulated by individuals in
    • association, hence, that individuals Pool their experiences.
    • not from individual personalities Here we are referred to a
    • life where the individual person can do nothing by himself,
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    • domain. If individuals like Huxley and Spencer had employed
    • human individuality be unable to contribute to the spiritual
    • spiritual sphere by resting it upon human individualities,
    • individuality.
    • individual has such a small share that I must say there has
    • what he has to deal with an individual today is simply not in
    • must individually create out of ourselves what is
    • make the contribution as individuals; therefore we do so
    • individually in the ego — reason — becomes
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    • requires each individual to contribute something toward the
    • individually. To do this it will be necessary, above all, to
    • Gradually, in the course of the materialistic age, one might
    • development will gradually lead the single human being toward
    • gradually in the course of human evolution, and we
    • human beings. However, these individuals did not make
    • Likewise, these individuals who could read the course of the
    • evolution, and how we gradually arrived at the point of
    • but only slowly and gradually, what had once been brought
    • assume that the individual stars and planets are ensouled and
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    • observing the individual phenomena of social life and the
    • individual. If a person named “Smith” announces
    • Words are gradually becoming mere gestures that simply
    • a language in the individualized differentiated regions of
    • instead of imaginations. No wonder that the individuals who
    • individual concrete cases if, in the sense that the laws of
    • must gradually begin to bring into waking life what has been
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    • doctrine of the origin, of the creation, of each individual
    • gradually, the belief arose that this denial of the human
    • the soul gradually emerges after age seven — the
    • gradually after the seventh year. Here you have a concrete
    • when one gradually penetrates into what spiritual science is
    • and the planets gradually developed; then, along with the
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
    • ethical individualism; we must overcome the constraint of
    • the idea and importance of ethical individualism, to develop
    • Goetheanism. Historical events and the lives of individuals
    • individual develops the Consciousness Soul. The third current
    • individual and that of the folk souls. Action of the Christ
    • individualism and socialism. Aim of socialism — to
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
    • ‘individual anarchism’, cf. his novel Die
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
    • moment when an individual arrives at puberty; the onset is
    • gradual and then runs its course to full physical maturity.
    • develops gradually and does not immediately manifest itself
    • Catholicism that was subject to the Papacy had gradually
    • factual content, but as a symptom, if we wish gradually to
    • develop their individual characteristics.
    • individual soul, but is rooted in what we have received from
    • impulse, an individual creation of the human soul was nowhere
    • the one side of the line is the individual human being, and
    • individual, in England towards mankind. France modifies the
    • turns inwards, towards the individual soul; in the other it
    • stage of history at this time was a strange individual, whom
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
    • henceforth the soul had gradually to become the seat of the
    • mankind must gradually develop fraternity in the epoch of the
    • can be realized between individuals at the psychic level. One
    • being — that which must gradually be developed in the
    • and so gradually built up opposition to Rome. On the one side
    • from the East survived, not amongst isolated individuals, but
    • gradually infiltrated into Europe through numerous channels
    • individuals were conscious of this. For example, when Kepler
    • development does not unfold gradually and smoothly, but ebbs
    • which gradually lost momentum and died out in the last third
    • gradually ceased to be a vital force in the life of the
    • preparation of the new age and gradually attracted to itself
    • extension of the ideas sketched here that the individual
    • individuals, because he who is without the means of
    • gradually spread throughout the civilized world. And a
    • with Marxist theory. People are gradually beginning to talk
    • if we show no concern for the individual and his welfare this
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    • thinking and that is why scientists themselves have gradually
    • of colonization which gradually spreads over the whole world.
    • But when the individual who participates in parliamentary
    • modern life which will gradually be compelled — a compulsion to
    • the Papacy for Italy lies in the fact that it has gradually
    • individual had gained an even stronger hold ... the sole
    • come when we must develop individual consciousness. And we
    • demands — if we wish gradually to look beyond the
    • have often emphasized the fact that the individual cannot
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
    • vicissitudes that befall mankind. Individuals will gradually
    • Social Revolutionaries and were gradually joined by the
    • supporters) who have created a vacuum are gradually forced
    • his neighbour is the consequence of individuality, of the
    • criticize them. For gradually in the course of the fifth,
    • sixth and seventh cultural epochs the individual will have to
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    • that is what actually happens; the engine gradually wears
    • which are manifested more or less in a particular individual
    • shall feel warmth or coldness and of necessity will gradually
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
    • developing our individual powers. Whoever is tormented by
    • advocated first of all was an ethical individualism. I had to
    • the intuitions of the single individual. This ethical
    • individualism only recognized as the final goal of man's
    • in which not only the individual claims freedom for himself,
    • ethical individualism the whole Kantian school, of course,
    • there were isolated individuals who sensed which way the wind
    • subscribed to the review — this professoriate gradually
    • through these different influences I was gradually forced
    • gradually pushed aside. I had attempted to introduce
    • was gradually driven out.
    • lay the foundations of ethical individualism and of a social
    • ethical individualism, to know that it is founded on the
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    • we are gradually led, in the light of the facts, if we
    • comprehend history as well as individual human lives from out
    • historical life, but also every individual, every one of us
    • master in Budapest. At that time the Dual Monarchy did not
    • individuals who develop themselves and stand apart from it.
    • associated with something that one gradually felt to be
    • factors enabled isolated individuals in the German-speaking
    • education he gradually became familiar with the most modern
    • am not referring to a particular individual or particular
    • individual do? What he must do first and foremost is to
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
    • mankind is at the stage of development which the individual
    • ancient India, the individual developed his etheric body; in
    • isolated individual within the body of mankind. To repeat,
    • the isolated individual develops the Consciousness Soul in
    • The individual develops the
    • they invade every individual soul. The world order is by no
    • part-evolution proceeds slowly and gradually. In order to
    • after the fashion of an army. The individual Jesuit feels
    • in life or any single individual.’
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    • gradually formed the Europe of today. He examines the rise of nationalism
    • other individual churches submitted to Rome. These other
    • was related to the individual, was addressed to the
    • individual; it was a personal and private matter. It could
    • only be revealed to the individual, it could not be an ethnic
    • individual as such.
    • establish a direct relationship between the individual soul and
    • Arianism, on the other hand, appealed to the individual; it
    • difference of attitude by the isolated individual, for
    • for they are deeply rooted not only in the individual, but
    • man, qua individual, develops the Consciousness Soul today in
    • individual is involved in the evolution of the Consciousness
    • develops in every individual in the course of the fifth
    • but a movement which of necessity will gradually develop in
    • Goethean principles and aims at individualism, at autonomy in
    • especially with the individual and his development and not
    • individualism — you will recall that I emphasized the
    • individualism in Goethe's Weltanschauung in my early Goethe
    • I showed that this individualism is a natural consequence of
    • Goetheanism — in this individualism, which can only
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    • reflection, human intellect. And only gradually, having gone
    • then they thought, the prosperity of the individual would
    • best possible way, the welfare of the individual and at the
    • idea that an entirely individualistic development of economic
    • any kind of legislation from producing freely. The individual
    • goods. It will be best both for the individual and mankind to
    • arrange the economic life in an individualistic way and not
    • gradually evolved during the age of the Spiritual Soul. The
    • individualistic basis, leaving the individual as free as
    • individual personality, Lessing, with all the works that he
    • meetings too. Every individual one of them is seriously
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    • referring to the single individuality as such, I mean that in
    • observe this distinction. Of course the single individual
    • which depends not only on the individual human being but on
    • just in this way), these three as individuals may, if you
    • question not so much the individual relationship of man to
    • peoples — once more then, not of the individual human
    • abusing party. So it is often in the individual intercourse
    • branch not only individual potentates but the whole
    • difference at all whether an individual or an association or
    • the individual worker, the community will be an employer or
    • captain of industry, not a whit less bad than the individual
    • it is perfectly feasible), the individuals — every one
    • really be to attain the freedom of the individual in respect
    • every individual — if all men possess a certain basis
    • individual to individual — this should really go
    • if in this or that establishment the individual worker were
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    • in man. And with this death — this gradual maiming of
    • conflicts of soul — every individual man in his own
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    • individual human being as to his moral qualities. In seeking
    • is the very essence of the evolution of the individual human
    • individual being. Morality can only be evolved by the
    • individual, not by groups of human beings. It would be the
    • individual in the course of his evolution. He wrests himself
    • order of the world is a concern of the individual man.
    • life of man. In course of time this Wisdom gradually filtered
    • not speaking of the individual human beings but of the
    • individuality who grows out of the nation is not intended;
    • not out of the character of the individuals (for the
    • individuals themselves in Western countries will want to
    • individual but to the nation. Hence, my dear friends, the
    • as it were a broth, out of which single individualities would
    • that men might gradually learn to feel that they
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    • revelation the connection between the individual and the age
    • individuality, for ethical individualism. Eastern, Central,
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    • the scale of years in an individual human being, but to
    • reacts to the world collectively the way individuals do first
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    • a whole with the development gone through by the individual,
    • evolution corresponds to the development of the individual
    • that of the individual human being. However, investigation
    • life of the individual human being corresponds to mankind's
    • would gradually come into a condition of decline. Because
    • to the phase the individual passes through between 48 and 42.
    • dropped to what corresponds in the individual to the years
    • corresponded successively to that of the individual between
    • Graeco-Latin epoch. The individual human being within this
    • general. During this epoch the evolution of the individual
    • the ages which correspond in the individual to those between
    • would gradually have overwhelmed him. Through his individual
    • an important law of development governing the individual
    • spiritual knowledge gradually explains and illumines the
    • corresponds to the ages of the individual between the 28th
    • insight out of his own individual being, he must be able
    • individual with anything beyond what corresponds to mankind's
    • correspond to the ages of the individual between 21 and 14,
    • individual himself. What will happen if this is not
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    • individual felt himself to be thoroughly healthy—
    • began the period in the life of the individual when he passed
    • that the science of the spirit is an edifice whose individual
    • epoch mankind's age corresponded to that of individual man
    • Christ gradually faded. Then came the event which replaced
    • consciousness thanks merely to normal evolution gradually
    • brain will gradually become more and more mineralized, it
    • person's individual need. It must be said, though, that the
    • primitive races and gradually become more conscious. During
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    • soul development reveals itself gradually up to a certain age
    • individuals.
    • the whole dualistic metaphysics of Palestinian Judaism,
    • religion of freedom, but a religion of the most individual
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    • certain individuals walked over ground containing particular
    • than their names. However, when the same individuals held the
    • did it with the help of certain individuals whom he calls
    • naturally not generally acknowledged, individual instances do
    • fact that although individual instances demonstrate that
    • epoch was gradually prepared within the fourth, and that the
    • Because a certain individual possesses
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    • individual members of man's soul being were known; not until
    • artistic or not, rests on man's individual nature. No general
    • people are gradually losing the Christ impulse. Were people
    • is unrealizable — of individual nations. Christianity
    • Such individuals demonstrate how hard one must struggle
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    • meadow and instead of naming the individual flowers as lilies
    • individual spirits. When one speaks about Angels, Archangels
    • and Archai as of individual beings with their own defined
    • spiritual existence just as one speaks of individual beings
    • seed of the previous year, so does our will, which gradually
    • individualization, for one can divide certain lower
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    • time the individual human being continued to be capable of
    • way the tide gradually turned, and Lloyd George began to be
    • individuals, various leaders may be weak or strong. Their
    • unawares into their net. Individuals like Asquith and also
    • quality” of this single human individuality was
    • century, evolution could go on without the individual
    • individual human being only when we do so out of the
    • However, even when the individual is a representative of
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    • between the individual human being's age and the age of
    • newspaper; it carries articles written by local individuals;
    • How splendid if one could gradually pour into all the
    • over individual human beings.
    • individual his full human dignity and independence. Their
    • individual human beings. Man is once more to listen to his
    • is placed on individual design, and on the fact that a
    • is preparing in the East is based on what is individual, on
    • harmony. To the spiritual outlook gradually preparing in the
    • something which each individual must determine for himself,
    • is creative individualism — I hesitate to use yet
    • but also for the individual. What needs to be done now, is to
    • said that no description of the individual soul's connection
    • from the individual human soul.
    • individual facts unite in the understanding of the different
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    • Jesus sacrificed his body to a higher individuality when he was
    • gradually prepared. But this human being who was originally a
    • becoming united with another individual being. As long as the two
    • union of individual human beings, the union of the sexes in the
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    • the sub-races of the fifth root-race gradually emerged: the Indian,
    • new contained a new impulse which was gradually coming into life.
    • experience revealed to him that the individual development of the
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    • decided, so individual a form as in the head. Each person has
    • his own individual form of head, pointing back to an earlier
    • individual form in each person (differing in each one
    • will be slow and gradual. But anyone who does not want to
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    • machinery it is gradually withdrawn from man's ken —
    • help from the individuality, the cosmos, the music of the
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    • gradually changed into the fourth. Before this particular
    • of directly perceiving repeated earth-lives gradually
    • certain spiritual centres in the West to cause the gradual
    • be gradually formed into a “system of instruction for
    • gradually be felt as something lying further away behind, and
    • gradual transition from the one to the other. In the East
    • becomes empty, yet not for nothing: into the void gradually
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    • individuality — experiences sonething different in each
    • history money gradually flowed away towards the East. With
    • the extending Empire, money-wealth was gradually diverted to
    • little of the Roman social structure, which had gradually
    • meant by the term, had gradually become the soul-content of
    • gradually ceased. Europe was for a time limited to
    • terms with the truth that gradually, under the influence of
    • relics were gradually treated as stocks and shares; they rose
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    • and death. There we have our individual education, our
    • it would be gradually communicated to him; and only by
    • individual against ecclesiasticism. Even with such men as
    • slowly and gradually could men win their way to Christ. We
    • current was used; the sense and meaning of individual words
    • Hertling is a decided, strongly-marked individuality.
    • Individuality literally means indivisibility, but in this
    • organisation. Individual soul, family soul, and nation-soul
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    • away from any individual, personal concern with the
    • not applying to individual Americans), is fear of
    • cultured or not, which led gradually to Bolshevism; compared
    • Italian regions (not those of single individuals, which of
    • the French national character (not that of individuals),
    • individuals — as the Ego invariably does — and is
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • karma attained gradually through inner activity of soul. The
    • individualities: the prototype of Strader in the Mystery Plays, and
    • cosmic ether are received into the earthly will when the individual
    • INDIVIDUAL
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • spoken of the path taken by the individuality of Haroun al Raschid in
    • another. First we see, far away in Asia, the very same individuality
    • of the relationship between these two individuals in the
    • in the light of the repeated earthly lives of individual human
    • three things together in mind, I discovered that the individuality of
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • Stuttgart, will remember that I tried to show how the individualities
    • the one hand the individuality of Haroun al Raschid, reincarnated in
    • individuality we found again as Amos Comenius, whose field of action
    • individualities as Bacon or Amos Comenius worked not only through
    • not merely so. He was an individuality from whom immense forces
    • specially interested in observing those individualities who
    • surrounded Bacon after his death. Among them were individualities who
    • back again and again, and only gradually we observe that this is not
    • in the soul — in the individuality — of Conrad Ferdinand
    • stands. Conrad Ferdinand Meyer — or rather the individuality
    • The individuality
    • individuality, however, who after-wards appeared as Conrad Ferdinand
    • individuality: That which is living in him is easily forgotten in the
    • individuality himself; but a mist of the soul has spread over it, and
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • individuality. This is the one end that is attained when we look in
    • who had been in his charge. But as an individuality he is very
    • these individualities of whom I have spoken.
    • the individuality of the slave
    • souls in whose destiny this individuality had twice played a part
    • individuality in his new incarnation has deeply at heart. For in this
    • connection with an individuality as complex as that of Conrad
    • an individuality like Conrad Ferdinand Meyer, the point of
    • glimpse this highly developed art. And the individuality to whom we
    • The individuality
    • individuality whose experience in an earlier life worked on through
    • this individuality had had
    • of the individuality, and lived on through the life between death and
    • letters, Conrad Ferdinand Meyer seems to be an individuality complete
    • individuality passes from one earthly life to another, and how in the
    • individualities themselves.
    • concerning successive earthly lives of this or that individual may at
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • some individual, but the succession of earthly lives, in so far as
    • objective reality. Man is too individual. The Ideas, according to
    • living Idea within each single human individuality. It was Aristotle
    • individualities developed such as the two I have described,
    • individualities who in spite of their different natures belonged
    • individualities — they were born again as women in Italy in the
    • this fact in all clarity before our souls: an individuality like
    • individuality experiences in the dimness of insanity, impulses that
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • purpose of these studies has been to show that individuals themselves
    • this was balanced out, for the same individuality was now in a
    • Baden, near Vienna. Details gradually came to light and at first
    • way that the individuality is himself involved in creating the
    • as man experiences them breaking into, shining into, his individual
    • veils and obscures the vision of karma, gradually into real vision
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • gradually be torn right out of his true being. Were the riddles of
    • from the hands. When you pass on from the individual to the general,
    • feeling that he is hovering in the air. Gradually it comes about that
    • when I gradually do away with visible man in the above manner and see
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • gradually lead man to acquire conceptions, to acquire thoughts, about
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • considering individual karmic connections, I have already drawn
    • individual development.
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • that it only gradually came to be what it is, because the ancient
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • different. Then there were individuals who had knowledge and the
    • individuals this intellectuality is influenced, fundamentally, by
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • the spiritual world begins to impart a strongly individualised
    • the earthly life. Karma is then gradually elaborated, and I have
    • the 18th century, this same individuality passed over into a man who
    • Voltaire. This individuality appeared again in Voltaire.
    • directed to the experiences lived through by this individuality
    • life between death and rebirth this individuality passed through the
    • should make his own by individual effort.
    • The individuality
    • The individuality
    • individuality who had once been initiated in the Hibernian Mysteries,
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • Knowledge is and the life-tableau begins gradually to
    • individuals. This is only the other side of man's life which is
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • make the transition to the study of individual karma, we can link on
    • soul and spirit. If that is achieved we shall gradually come to feel
    • individuals. If such diaries are not read (or written), thoughtlessly
    • of pressing on to the perception of individual karmic connections.
    • the tips of the fingers and toes first, and then gradually spreads
    • earthly life as an individual. Then he reaches the state of being
    • individual. Only when he has reached thus far can he return again
    • the individual earth-lives begin. But broadly speaking, the fact is
    • truly as our own individual being lives behind the memories that well
    • revealed to him, another that. Exactly what is revealed to individual
    • will come to be more and more individual. We shall discover how karma
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • these groups and down into the destiny of each individual there flows
    • become pupils in the Mysteries and gradually mastered the Science of
    • gradually spread, travelling from west to east. And I remember how I
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • and steady decline; a subtle, gradual decline would have been taking
    • the earth and its peoples, the karma of individuals too, inasmuch as
    • the karma of individuals is bound up with that of the peoples and of
    • participation; we watch it in its connection with the individual
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    • individual, prepared by Oriental wisdom, was able to attain
    • one could not attain a true experience of them. Individual
    • virtue of his particular, individual constitution, he was
    • situated around the North Sea has gradually spread throughout
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    • sleeping condition, inner spiritual faculties gradually
    • the gradual growth of the limbs, we find that we must look
    • individuals.
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    • seek it in the individual plant but must seek it in the whole
    • living. It has a life of its own: not the individual life
    • fulfilled, into the longing to become man again, gradually to
    • realized, it incarnates and becomes indeed an individual
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    • fully to the individual human being. It is incorporated from
    • through birth, yet it definitely belongs to the individual
    • human being, that is, it has to do with the individual
    • each one, of course, can only do it individually — to
    • unknown. Not indeed in the individual events, for they must
    • birth; the separate, individual elements that we incorporate
    • if not in its individual forms, for these alter from
    • individual, in what is incorporated into the new earthly
    • of birth, however, the individual inner being begins to stir
    • possibility of permeating with individual warmth that which
    • individual element would want to live upward and to melt,
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    • individual, to the single human being. The individual human
    • as the nearest to his individual development. When the human
    • get beyond what is individual.
    • his individual being, and which on the one hand deny and on
    • the people and develops these, makes these individual. He
    • of Existence we gradually lose the world as we know it
    • from this place where my consciousness first gradually
    • Hour of Existence this world gradually takes on the tendency
    • the individualized being he must gradually become if the
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    • how the individual stages of maya are differentiated,
    • builds up his own organs. He gradually draws together, as it
    • individual organs out of the whole relationship of the animal
    • individual organs of his inner organism out of the entire
    • gradually press upward. All this then permeates him with the
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    • sure, their pictures are there. They would gradually have to
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    • great individuals of ancient China, about the great
    • individuals of ancient India, Persia, Egypt — and
    • Individuals
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    • about the world's origin, he will find that he will gradually
    • are rendered in such a peculiar way! And he will gradually discover
    • shall gradually discover that all the other documents set forth in a
    • modern scientific man who looks back into the past ... was gradually
    • The opinion will gradually
    • gradually developing. We shall find the confirmation of this fact if
    • have gradually lost the understanding for such a wisdom the more
    • fact for him. Gradually he began to lose this capacity. He lost it
    • the human being gradually descending into the material world and
    • it gradually develops to a very high degree, and man does not realise
    • self, and so he faces the danger, of being gradually overwhelmed by
    • gradually gained strength, I would undoubtedly be on the wrong track
    • the gradual growth of the intellect, until I reached a time, at the
    • the community of the Essenes was a very significant individuality.
    • Christ. The individuality who taught them was Jeshu ben Pandira.
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    • about the world's origin, he will find that he will gradually
    • are rendered in such a peculiar way! And he will gradually discover
    • shall gradually discover that all the other documents set forth in a
    • modern scientific man who looks back into the past ... was gradually
    • The opinion will gradually
    • gradually developing. We shall find the confirmation of this fact if
    • have gradually lost the understanding for such a wisdom the more
    • fact for him. Gradually he began to lose this capacity. He lost it
    • the human being gradually descending into the material world and
    • it gradually develops to a very high degree, and man does not realise
    • self, and so he faces the danger, of being gradually overwhelmed by
    • gradually gained strength, I would undoubtedly be on the wrong track
    • the gradual growth of the intellect, until I reached a time, at the
    • the community of the Essenes was a very significant individuality.
    • Christ. The individuality who taught them was Jeshu ben Pandira.
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    • gradually arrived at a point in our evolution where we have dropped
    • the human being gradually dropped completely out of our understanding
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    • gradually arrived at a point in our evolution where we have dropped
    • the human being gradually dropped completely out of our understanding
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    • and 14th centuries, which distinguished Individualities in
    • the stars, an Individuality of Jupiter, of Saturn ... this
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    • individual human beings. Goethe, who can be regarded in a
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    • gradually draw near to what can give us a sure basis
    • individualizes himself from the Cosmos, he develops the
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    • system, we are led to say: A sea of ideas has gradually been
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    • development of the individual embryo is a kind of shortened
    • individual from the racial development, but held to a more or
    • within the individual life between birth and death, whereas
    • death, within the single life of the individual. Considered
    • generally. Here we are face to face with a duality —
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    • is to the quicker rhythm of the day, gradually frees and
    • spring-time gradually moves through the Ecliptic. Today the
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    • to it with the darker. Individuals are organized in one way
    • treat the individual children both in our teaching and in
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    • proportion of m to n still further, the circle gradually
    • gradually changes into the ordinate axis, into a straight
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    • this in regard to each individual planet, we have, say,
    • gradually come to see that our equations must be formed
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    • several movements of individual human beings. Think on the
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    • supposed ellipse. All these things I am gradually leading up
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    • expression in that the plant gradually falls into
    • individual one. Yes, it is there in all men, scattered as
    • for every individual human being, it would lead us far indeed
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    • And if one thinks according to this dualism, one cannot doubt
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    • entire organism. When the organism gradually grows firmer and harder,
    • gradually becomes a habit. Think of the more recent evolution of
    • individual life, because the animal has no pre-earthly, individual
    • spirit. Gradually man assumed a higher spirituality. The lower
    • that they may undergo a gradual material metamorphosis in the grave!
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    • entire organism. When the organism gradually grows firmer and harder,
    • gradually becomes a habit. Think of the more recent evolution of
    • individual life, because the animal has no pre-earthly, individual
    • spirit. Gradually man assumed a higher spirituality. The lower
    • that they may undergo a gradual material metamorphosis in the grave!
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    • gradually be realised, but insight will come when understanding has
    • gradually learn to know that he belongs to the Spirit of which
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • in the Cosmos. It will eventually be possible to discover how individual
    • of which will enable the soul gradually to discover in itself and in
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    • gradually be realised, but insight will come when understanding has
    • gradually learn to know that he belongs to the Spirit of which
    • individuals. It is present even now, only we must seek it in a new form,
    • in the Cosmos. It will eventually be possible to discover how individual
    • of which will enable the soul gradually to discover in itself and in
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    • individualizes itself for us, how it manifests itself particularly in
    • at the forms, the structures, of individual plants, he was led to
    • individuals were fascinated by what they beheld when, under the
    • individual plant forms and structures.
    • scientific point of view, I have actually found only one individual
    • prepared to attribute a soul to the individual plant, for example
    • we look at them as single individualities, yes, but in such a way
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    • individualizes itself for us, how it manifests itself particularly in
    • at the forms, the structures, of individual plants, he was led to
    • individuals were fascinated by what they beheld when, under the
    • individual plant forms and structures.
    • scientific point of view, I have actually found only one individual
    • prepared to attribute a soul to the individual plant, for example
    • we look at them as single individualities, yes, but in such a way
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    • are voiced by an individual like Dupuis, it only means that
    • theologians of the 19th century Christ gradually vanished
    • they gradually grew more lenient. Namely, in keeping esoteric
    • truths gradually penetrated out of the Mysteries, into the
    • times. With the approach of modern time they gradually lost
    • gradually been lost. It was with the 15th century that they
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    • — not as concerns his own individual, personal Karma,
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    • relation — a quite individual relation — to the
    • in their relation to the Sun, we see the Sun gradually
    • is 72 years. All this is connected with the duality between
    • body. It corresponds exactly to the duality of the movements
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    • beings, even into the ego-men; but the individual human
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    • during the day were individualised, like the drops of water
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    • evolution of the individual human being. The planet visible
    • that sound becomes the expression of individual pain and
    • individual pleasure. To man alone is it given to express in
    • sound that which proceeds, from his individual spirit. The
    • Sun-Logos, only streamed gradually into the forms. The
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    • was only poured in slowly and gradually; and in the same way
    • love will also permeate the Earth very gradually. The purpose
    • love gradually widened. For the perception and exercise of
    • physical body; then the fertilising Ego could gradually be
    • beginning each human individual did not possess his own Ego.
    • had a common Ego. The individual was related to the whole
    • beginning there were group-souls; the individual felt himself
    • the name of a single individual but of the common Ego which
    • Love gradually spread from smaller to larger groups of human
    • the bottom of the ocean. Modern science is gradually arriving
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    • patriarchs. Gradually this feeling of the Ego became limited
    • can only develop gradually. Christianity, which is to bring
    • striven for. Gradually men will come to where the harmony of
    • astral body very slowly and gradually into sentient soul,
    • inner process of initiation. The individual
    • in the physical world with our individual Ego only. When, in
    • permeated by his Individual ego, the consequence is that he
    • also permeated by the individual ego. The consciousness of
    • individual ego permeates the ego of the physical body,
    • Individual Ego.
    • individual Ego has gained full control over the three bodies,
    • one who drives it; and the ego of the individual to the one
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    • principles of man gradually unfold in the course of the evolution
    • Atlantis was being gradually submerged; present-day Africa
    • and Europe gradually emerged out of the waves.
    • whole of the post-Atlantean Epoch signifies but a gradual
    • and its power to develop further. The individual can do but
    • heart how the individual suffers, and how his suffering is
    • much to help the individual but, rather, to give to the whole
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    • “I am” became individualised, and Christ is the
    • live in each individual human being, a Power which enables
    • perceive as your individual ‘I am’ is one with
    • generations, and was finally individualised by man to his
    • individual ego could arise. The legend of Paradise says that
    • man to enkindle this “I am an individual man” in
    • the fact that in each human being there is an individual ego,
    • group-ego to the independent, individual ego; without the
    • transition from the group-ego to the individual ego; it
    • produced the individual, personal consciousness in man. When
    • individual ego. The changing of the water into wine signifies
    • the raising of man to individuality. Humanity has reached a
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    • spiritual way in which man lived in his surroundings gradually
    • Buddha, who gradually became an object of veneration on the part
    • the 19th Century gradually changed Christ Jesus into a
    • we understand this, then the individual Christmas idea which we
    • We must learn to celebrate not only an individual Christmas, but
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    • spiritual way in which man lived in his surroundings gradually
    • Buddha, who gradually became an object of veneration on the part
    • the 19th Century gradually changed Christ Jesus into a
    • we understand this, then the individual Christmas idea which we
    • We must learn to celebrate not only an individual Christmas, but
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    • This intellectual life gradually led it away from spirituality.
    • individual striving.
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    • This intellectual life gradually led it away from spirituality.
    • individual striving.
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    • we gradually learn to know that sleep is in the real meaning of
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    • we gradually learn to know that sleep is in the real meaning of
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    • Man, the Angel-Beings, will be able to approach the individual
    • that these individual men will think that they are upholding
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    • Man, the Angel-Beings, will be able to approach the individual
    • that these individual men will think that they are upholding
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    • gradually evolved from lower animal forms. The Nineteenth Century
    • ideals and religious feelings gradually seem to be hanging, as it
    • into which the human being gradually enters is speech: he learns
    • just as exact, but in another sphere. He gradually discovers
    • and in ordinary science. He gradually discovers that in the small
    • to you, the human being of modern times gradually reaches a
    • become our own individual impulses, and by permeating ourselves
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    • gradually evolved from lower animal forms. The Nineteenth Century
    • ideals and religious feelings gradually seem to be hanging, as it
    • into which the human being gradually enters is speech: he learns
    • just as exact, but in another sphere. He gradually discovers
    • and in ordinary science. He gradually discovers that in the small
    • to you, the human being of modern times gradually reaches a
    • become our own individual impulses, and by permeating ourselves
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    • accustomed to a certain feeling of certainty through the gradual
    • the manner described, we learn to know the gradual course of
    • destiny in love or in hate, gradually come up, when the spiritual
    • which man's physical form gradually developed out of lower beings
    • only a physical process is connected with man's individual
    • attached to the human head. Only in this way we gradually learn
    • as an individual hobby, but as something which must enter our
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    • accustomed to a certain feeling of certainty through the gradual
    • the manner described, we learn to know the gradual course of
    • destiny in love or in hate, gradually come up, when the spiritual
    • which man's physical form gradually developed out of lower beings
    • only a physical process is connected with man's individual
    • attached to the human head. Only in this way we gradually learn
    • as an individual hobby, but as something which must enter our
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    • gradually developed, until they reached the present stage, At
    • higher spiritual individuality, known in the external world
    • the external part of human nature, of every individuals
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    • etheric bodies, the refreshment of sleep arises gradually,
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    • which can only be applied individually to one's own self. To
    • latter again with a highly developed individual
    • transformed a good part of this astral body. An individuality
    • slowly and gradually, and throughout many incarnations And
    • or less quickly in each individual case, and becomes part of
    • astral corpse is mistaken for the individuality in question,
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    • only be perceived by more highly developed individuals.
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    • possible for a human being gradually to acquire an excellent
    • case upgrade developed gradually and naturally. If a
    • out of the acorn and develops gradually, s0 our
    • the greatest individuality can do nothing with a defective
    • a meaning not only for the individual human being and for his
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    • spatial descent, but a gradual process of development whereby
    • are embedded all the etheric bodes of the individual human
    • into the etheric bodies of individual men.
    • without an instrument. Necessarily such an individuality
    • outer organs is hereditary and if this individuality wished
    • semicircular canals. Thus an individuality with highly
    • An individuality with a high morality therefore seeks parents
    • suited to the individuality seeking to incarnate.
    • and more, man gradually approaches the Godhead. From this
    • the three highest members more and more, man gradually
    • must not develop upon an individual basis, but enter into
    • which every man may fall, in so far as he is an individual
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    • eyes gradually degenerated through the complete deprivation
    • sketch of karmic relationships in regard to individual human
    • individual persons, for man should not consider himself as a
    • single being. If the individual were to rise even a few miles
    • only the individual, but also the life of whole nations.
    • only individual men, but also nations, and even humanity as a
    • feeling and willing has gradually penetrated into the whole
    • conditions will gradually increase.
    • are an individuality called upon to blot out evil in the
    • the individual bodily development and earlier lives. A life
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    • instance, a certain individuality may be particularly suited
    • such a case, the higher powers may draw this individuality
    • on, for such an individuality will have to live through a
    • individuality about to incarnate, which has enveloped its Ego
    • influenced so that it gradually penetrates into the physical
    • the reincarnation of former individualities, so the earth is,
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    • present condition of our Earth was prepared gradually and
    • further; they had gradually prepared themselves for the
    • which gradually developed towards a higher stage. But certain
    • could not say “I” to his individual personality,
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    • Earth, gradually separated from one another. We began by
    • gradually sunk to the level of animals.
    • stages of the Earth's development the gradual forming of
    • through the fact that he has an individual soul; every man
    • has his own soul, his individual Ego.
    • individual responsibility in the case of animals. Only of an
    • individual soul can we say that it is either good or evil.
    • individual soul, existed in those times in the higher realm,
    • became an individual soul.
    • be individualised. Similarly imagine your spirituality
    • same way in which the water becomes individualised into drops
    • individual soul.”
    • skeleton. Man then gradually became an upright walking being,
    • gradually lost his old clairvoyance. The most advanced race
    • include the individual human essence, which only begins to
    • control our body. With the gradual ascent into the spiritual
    • thoughts which now still exist so sparsely, will gradually
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    • would have an entirely different form. The individual element
    • soul and an individual soul. This is quite different among
    • individualised human bodies, or they had not yet passed, as
    • individual being. The true meaning of human development is
    • that man should become more and more individualised.
    • sexes gave rise to individual differentiations; these became
    • that this is only gradually replaced by the law of
    • were individual egos when they said “I”, their
    • connecting it with an individual person; so these nations
    • birth did not break off the thread of memory. The individual
    • the individual who descended from Adam felt that his Ego was
    • experience themselves as individual physical personalities,
    • frequent. The mixing of the blood gradually killed the power
    • of memory which once reached beyond the individual human
    • evolution the individual human being gradually grew out of
    • gradually died out in the course of time. The love of the
    • gradually disappeared; individually, the human beings
    • gradually emancipated themselves from the closer family
    • ruled by a group-soul. But the human beings gradually
    • primordial love would gradually die out; love among
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    • gradually develop organs which now exist in a rudimentary
    • an individuality concealed under the name of
    • Spirit of the Earth gradually becomes something that lives in
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    • as something of immense depth, and humanity thus gradually
    • body then gradually penetrated into the physical body and
    • how the Rosicrucian gradually penetrates into the knowledge
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • KARMA IN THE LIFE OF INDIVIDUALS AND IN THE
    • Impulse of Michael. Karma in the Life of Individuals and in the
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • Cosmic Intelligence gradually fell away from him, fell from his
    • different name. This Thought-content gradually fell away from
    • begins to take footing within the souls of individual men. And
    • their dominion over the Intelligence was gradually falling from their
    • earth. Until the 8th or 9th century the Intelligence is gradually
    • path, albeit a more gradual path, from the heavens to the earth. I
    • power of one individual alone. A group of men was necessary,
    • together formed a twelve-fold whole — twelve individual men
    • individuals who in the 12th century taught and worked in the School
    • surviving literary texts emanating from individual Teachers in the
    • world. The impulse of which these two individualities were the
    • bosom of the Divinity. They spoke far less of personal, individual
    • time came for those individualities who had been teachers in the
    • karma of many individuals who have come with sincerity into that
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • best understand how karma is anchored in the individual and in the
    • of men who lived directly after the Atlantean Flood was a gradually
    • gradually waning away; before the Atlantean catastrophe this power of
    • the gradual approach of the time which has now reached its apex and
    • world and of karma, gradually grew dim and then became
    • to-day, we may gradually rise through Initiation-knowledge to that
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • life of an individual to an earlier life.
    • life of the individual stretches across repeated earthly existences.
    • This club foot enabled me to trace the individuality of my Geometry
    • individuals an intimate impression which influenced the shaping of
    • legend. I will only say that these two individuals who were at that
    • equal share in it with the individuality who became Lord Byron, he
    • individuality of whom I am speaking had been in the company of one
    • individuality himself appeared again on earth in the 18th century, as
    • different person ... he appears in the individuality of Emanuel
    • do so, for it sees how the individualities separate themselves from
    • that I had here to do with the individuality as he was then living
    • individuality of Laurence Oliphant; and it was likewise clear to me
    • it also becomes possible to stand before individualities in the form
    • meet the individuality of Ovid together with Brunetto Latini. If we
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • growth and gradual development of Christianity reveals many
    • individualities living in Alexander the Great and in Aristotle with
    • the individualities who had lived in Haroun al Raschid and his
    • the point of descending to earth, among them the individualities of
    • individualities who had once lived on the earth as Alexander and
    • individualities of Aristotle and Alexander had profited by the
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • individual Members themselves, and so forth. The intentions of the
    • onwards, everything must have a directly individual, human character
    • established with every individual Member — slight though such a
    • every individual in the Society will feel united with this
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    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • individual aspect, and also from a wider aspect. You will
    • introduce scientific thinking gradually into the conceptions
    • flow gradually into the human soul. A far more effective and
    • element has gradually left the sphere of religious
    • connected with the Mystery of Golgotha gradually disappeared
    • rubber ball will feel itself an individual being. However, in
    • disturbances of individuals” (he means also in the
    • individuals, but also in humanity, lack of courage, care,
    • about that gradually out of the disjointed, worthless
    • matter becomes actual for the single individual, and may also
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    • plucked. The individuals, who in a certain sense still prefer
    • gradually dying out and the fittest surviving. Here nothing
    • endowed with the capacity to destroy. And when the individual
    • course evolves from a small infant onward, gradually from day
    • presence in life — of the dead, develops gradually in
    • Relationships set in slowly and gradually; namely, with souls
    • from a gray spiritual depth, in the gradual awakening of the
    • incarnations, gradually rises up from a gray spiritual depth.
    • is thus a gradual growing into and awakening into a world
    • connections that he gradually draws up again out of the
    • man on earth! As a child he accustoms himself gradually to
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    • during our gradual growth) — as the departed one
    • which the human being gradually becomes familiar with this
    • gradually become acquainted with things, first with our
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    • of the foundations that will enable us gradually to reach the
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    • psychologists say that the ego develops gradually and that
    • individual development. In this way he does not acquire the
    • individually, but in order to accomplish things through which
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    • us to gradually form a conception of necessity and
    • developed between death and a new birth gradually spreads
    • gradually transform our memories to some extent. However we
    • active life of the spirit will gradually have the feeling
  • Title: Lecture: The Golden Legend and a German Christmas Play
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    • Creation gradually arose: how Lucifer appeared to man, and how men
    • concealed from the human individuality on going through the gates of
    • European villages in which they arose and gradually evolved, shows us
    • something of what was being enacted before them. Gradually it became
    • of this quite profane feeling there gradually evolved that holy awe
    • described was the conception of Christmas gradually developed. For
    • various individuals, but never became popular.
    • future which is gradually to bring forth the birth of the spiritual
    • the spiritual life which was gradually dying out before Golgotha had
    • known in the Mystery of Christmas, which men will gradually learn to
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    • Creation gradually arose: how Lucifer appeared to man, and how men
    • concealed from the human individuality on going through the gates of
    • European villages in which they arose and gradually evolved, shows us
    • something of what was being enacted before them. Gradually it became
    • of this quite profane feeling there gradually evolved that holy awe
    • described was the conception of Christmas gradually developed. For
    • various individuals, but never became popular.
    • future which is gradually to bring forth the birth of the spiritual
    • the spiritual life which was gradually dying out before Golgotha had
    • known in the Mystery of Christmas, which men will gradually learn to
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    • Word resounded, how out of the universal Word creation arose gradually,
    • that there is a termination for the human individuality of that which
    • gradually developed in areas of Central Europe, we are able to see
    • what was performed in front of them. Gradually there was a
    • Child in it for a little while. Gradually similar moments of
    • there developed gradually, bit by bit, the holy mood about which I
    • described it has the Christmas thought gradually been added. What
    • recorded by individual poets, but it did not become popular. The
    • Christ thought therefore becomes great and must gradually become
    • Golgotha had to pass away, gradually it had to be extinguished. The
    • often do not know what to make of these individuals who guide us to
    • An individual
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    • Word resounded, how out of the universal Word creation arose gradually,
    • that there is a termination for the human individuality of that which
    • gradually developed in areas of Central Europe, we are able to see
    • what was performed in front of them. Gradually there was a
    • Child in it for a little while. Gradually similar moments of
    • there developed gradually, bit by bit, the holy mood about which I
    • described it has the Christmas thought gradually been added. What
    • recorded by individual poets, but it did not become popular. The
    • Christ thought therefore becomes great and must gradually become
    • Golgotha had to pass away, gradually it had to be extinguished. The
    • often do not know what to make of these individuals who guide us to
    • An individual
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    • individuality, and the going forth of this individuality into
    • gradual endowment of the human ego-forces with the knowledge of
    • gradual growth upwards into the Kingdoms of Heaven
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    • comparing the different accounts, it is possible gradually to
    • highest to which human understanding can gradually attain. In
    • of the highest human powers in one human individual.
    • gradually diminished, until it was only retained in a high
    • decline of clairvoyant power was associated the gradual
    • Darius, but to an individuality who was placed, even by the
    • So a duality
    • individual who incarnated in the blood which passed from
    • the Zarathustra individuality. He is met with here for the
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    • individual bore within him an extract of the whole race of
    • Abraham. He is the same individual who is spoken of as
    • undifferentiated, not yet separated into individual
    • insight into the necessity for the birth of this duality from
    • the goal of the Earth, will gradually be attained. It is this
    • individuality, his own inmost being, he retained for future
    • another. The depth and power of the individuality of this
    • the individuality of this pupil was born again as Hermes, the
    • the individuality of Zarathustra remained intact, his sheaths
    • for they were held together by such a mighty individual. This
    • individuality so as to receive impressions from the external
    • certain high stage of ripeness, a certain individuality could
    • individual would coincide with the highest point of
    • the climax of power of an individual, with the climax of
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    • slowly and gradually. The stages of this evolution are
    • possibility of this experience gradually diminished. With the
    • — the whole of the individual inner life
    • gradual disappearance of the old clairvoyance, external life
    • gradually evolved as human understanding was like a
    • individuality who had already offered up his astral and
    • individual should sacrifice his three bodies. The sacrifice
    • evolution of the individual man is expressed in a law that is
    • individual man undergoes a stage of evolution every seven
    • etheric and astral bodies of the single individual evolves
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    • not as a single individual but as a member of the whole
    • generation, and Who reveals Himself through individual men in
    • generations, Chistian recognizes in each single individual. I
    • so exalted — one who in his own individuality leads an
    • appropriate illumination, the individual who had been the
    • composition of the blood of that body which the individuality
    • Zarathustra individuality for the accomplishment of his great
    • a judge who was a Jewish Christian. Such individuals existed
    • Zarathustra-individuality and none other that Matthew
    • individual known to history as the ‘Buddha’ had
    • evolution. An individual who rises from the dignity of
    • particular individual to lead the Essenes; he was,
    • individuality, who has nothing to do with the Jesus of the
    • fabricated many things regarding this individual, and these
    • to seek the name ‘Jesus’ in the individual of
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    • was in no way related to the personality or individuality of
    • at last to a group of high individualities who, according to
    • the Hebrew race through Abraham. Through his own individual
    • dual nature is not at first discernible. But it is easily
    • times twelve points. Man gradually expands in spiral form
    • Himself; that which dwelt in the individuality of the
    • Spirit into a human individuality, and correspondingly the
    • successive stages by which an individual can reach forth into
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    • individuality, and the going forth of this individuality into
    • generation back to Abraham refers to an individual, whereas
    • Abraham do not refer to individuals. Here we must recall
    • not then merely signify an individual with his personal life,
    • we have at first the names of separate individuals, but when
    • make the incarnation of the individuality of Zarathustra
    • was used in olden times to describe the human individuality.
    • ‘star’ for the higher human individuality it is
    • associated with the individual who incarnated as the Jesus of
    • Chaldean Initiates; they knew of the individuality
    • individual who was to be born, who was to incarnate in this
    • time of the Therapeutæ and Essenes certain individuals
    • individuality Zarathustra.
    • individuality of Zarathustra evolved during boyhood until his
    • of Solomon. The individuality of Zarathustra did then
    • that the entrance of the individuality of Zarathustra into
    • Zarathustra-individuality had developed within the physical
    • The passing over of an individuality from one body to another
    • Zarathustra-individuality, forsaking its original body,
    • individuality of Zarathustra had entered him. Through that
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    • advanced sufficiently to make the gradual development of
    • gradually be developed, a being like Gautama Buddha had to
    • exalted individual, in the personality of Gautama Buddha.
    • the danger of demons, was destined to be gradually replaced
    • follow; the gradual attainment of initiation was thus left
    • faculties by which he could gradually penetrate into the
    • years, as we have seen, this individuality developed within
    • of the house of Solomon. The Zarathustra individuality then
    • years before, the Zarathustra individuality had sacrificed
    • the Zarathustra individuality was now occupied by a being of
    • most exalted individuality who can be united with the earth,
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    • it would find not an individual ego, but a group ego. In the
    • in the course of time by slow and gradual stages, but already
    • effect of Gedulah was that the individual gained a conception
    • individuality he can attain it only in small measure. On
    • individuals have conversed with one another throughout the
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    • individuality by the Christ as a pattern for mankind. Through
    • this an impetus was given by which men would gradually in
    • a very different Individuality, and they really wish to say
    • is accepted as ‘Science.’ One individual has
    • that time, though later it came slowly and gradually to an
    • clairvoyant, that is, rich in spirit. With the gradual
    • sentient soul, we can say: As man gradually evolves to a
    • beings, he becomes an individual in the rational-soul, in it
    • is only possible in our day to a few exceptional individuals.
    • chosen ones. Because these are exceptional individuals, they
  • Title: Gospel of Matthew: Lecture X
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    • The gradual endowment of the human ego-forces with the knowledge
    • Christ Jesus means for human evolution is the gradual
    • ye will be able gradually to gain the Kingdoms of
    • clearly revealed. Knowledge of this was gradually lost.
    • gradually by the whole of humanity; every man will in time be
    • Christ at the beginning of our era will slowly and gradually
    • Christ Jesus had gradually to pass over to those who were His
    • in the wanderings of this Person, this single Individual, the
    • an impulse for earthly evolution, and has gradually united
    • which Paul accepted Him, gradually to acquire the power of
    • man. It will flow gradually, and ever increasingly, into
    • gradually more and more, will be able to see the form of
    • individuals might take place in it, yet be unrecognized, or
    • spiritual individuals are unappreciated and unrecognized,
    • tendency to deify individuals. On every hand we find
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    • gradual growth upwards into the Kingdoms of Heaven.
    • and promoting development. We pass gradually through them
    • belonging to these lines of progress are gradually to be
    • consider human evolution in relation to the individual man,
    • had gradually to learn to know him, in the light of the
    • through the powers of your own individual ego, for:
    • gradually become creative from within themselves. The men of
    • wished gradually to bring them to an understanding of His own
    • which will only gradually become conscious forces in
    • anthroposophical language, we might say: The individual karma
    • the idea of karma that a man's individual karma should
    • community can share in the lot of the individual. Karma maybe
    • the individual. In moral relationships the following may
    • happen: An individual member of a community may commit some
    • same way. The karma of an individual can be so interwoven
    • attitude might be — ‘You, as an individual, have
    • itself the duty of accepting the sin of the individual and of
    • woven in which the threads of individual karma are woven into
    • that individual karma shall be bound up with universal karma
    • the cosmos. As the individual who experiences initiation
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    • ever higher degrees of perfection, and thus gradually reaches
    • ordinary individuals, who say of such persons: Other
    • Matthew tells, namely, the Zarathustra individuality, passed
    • greatest individuality humanity had so far produced for the
    • individuality — made use of them up to his twelfth
    • influences spread gradually over the earth, just as the
    • further a feeble individual could evolve to meet the
    • that might be attained by single individuals. Therefore,
    • there we find individuals whose lives take a similar
    • incidents from the lives of these individuals and compares
    • this kind in the biographies of great individuals rests on
    • the individuality was that dwelt in him.
    • In Christ we see this gradual descent in its most complex
    • preferably the astral body, the single human individual, man
    • that man lives in himself, here in his deepest individuality,
    • still further by the individual who sets out to prove the
    • very opposite. In order gradually to deliver the earth from
    • individual with the race from which he has sprung is
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    • in the shape of the face, the Europeans gradually grow to resemble
    • the old Red Indians, they gradually take on the personal
    • instance, which are exerted on individual human beings by the
    • different ways upon mankind; and the individual characters of the
    • takes place in the head of the individual man with what the
    • the Easterner who has first gradually to lift himself out of chaos,
    • the individual tries to find a spirituality through the Folk-Spirit;
    • — as a member of the whole of humanity, not as an individual
    • Individual nations and whole races may be subject to these deviations
    • it can be individualized. There may be people in Central Europe in
    • are indeed able gradually to overcome this dependence, at any rate in
    • individually; but kill Him, and cry: Crucify Him! Crucify Him!
    • Golgotha that it must be understood individually if it is to be
    • gradually say: We can grasp earthly positions, human relationships in
    • That is just its secret. Men will gradually cease to look for
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    • world — no matter whether the individual human characters are
    • we shall gradually gain the idea that in the relations between the
    • understand the dead you must gradually acquire the language of the
    • and between these a green zone. Pictorial representations gradually
    • gradually appearing with the evolution of the Spiritual Soul, if
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    • second-feeling, which has gradually died out, but which must
    • undeveloped being; how then gradually his ‘soul’
    • and ‘spirit’ develop, and in this gradual
    • spirit are gradually transformed into the material, the
    • bodily. Soul and spirit gradually become of a bodily nature,
    • man gradually becomes a complete image of soul and
    • that man after being born in a super-sensible manner gradually
    • we shall also understand that gradually, when we are growing
    • spirit nature, and see how it had already grown gradually
    • physical life through birth, he gradually enters more and
    • death and rebirth. We may say that man then gradually enters
    • Earth, so do we take on after death the “Individual
    • present; and the life of the dead consist in gradually
    • a world of imaginations gradually forms; and his
    • like a frog; it is not yet quite human but gradually shapes
    • something for the future which he will only gradually
    • allow to develop, that must develop itself gradually. It is
    • child; but it must develop gradually as the intelligence does
    • gradually something must speak to the deceased from out of
    • inspiration develops more and more, gradually the Earth
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    • sources, were always known to a few individuals through all
    • death gradually passes over into an enormous realm of
    • gradually carried out in the Universe.
    • not only individually different in every different person,
    • individualized concept, the concept is experienced in the
    • spirit by means of intuition. The idea is an individualized
    • must ever again be taken to heart, otherwise the individual
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    • individuality, himself discovers after death. Whereas we,
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    • will be that the Philistinism will gradually be introduced
    • over the individual human life, but that by means of which
    • If we study natural science properly, we shall gradually
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    • mankind became individualized. The “fiery
    • head of each one. Formerly the souls of the individual
    • individualizing of the Easter message in the soul through the
    • message of Whitsuntide passing into the individual human
    • the most individual point of view, is Leninism or Trotskyism,
    • nothing else came into consideration that the individual man
    • of the Whitsuntide Event. Certainly, individual
    • but an instrument, was divided among the individual
    • this into his feeling, must try gradually feel as he will
    • itself in the soul of every individual and all humanity in
    • another as individual beings that through their combined
    • mankind can be formed. From man, from the individual man,
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    • individuality has to manifest over and over again in a single
    • that the human individuality passes, not only once, but many times
    • again by the individual life-germs of man. This is possible because
    • attention is turned to an individuality who, so far as historical
    • investigation goes, is shrouded in mystery — an individuality lost
    • of the Christian era) did these two currents mingle and gradually
    • to his disciples and his people. He showed that just as individual
    • great universe is reflected in each individual. The real significance
    • let us realise that the doctrine of Zarathustra is not mere dualism,
    • which makes us individuals, which does not now pour in from outside,
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    • individuality has to manifest over and over again in a single
    • that the human individuality passes, not only once, but many times
    • again by the individual life-germs of man. This is possible because
    • attention is turned to an individuality who, so far as historical
    • investigation goes, is shrouded in mystery — an individuality lost
    • of the Christian era) did these two currents mingle and gradually
    • to his disciples and his people. He showed that just as individual
    • great universe is reflected in each individual. The real significance
    • let us realise that the doctrine of Zarathustra is not mere dualism,
    • which makes us individuals, which does not now pour in from outside,
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    • gradually faded away. Clairvoyant powers decreased little by little
    • less of spiritual force. The higher worlds gradually closed their
    • The old clairvoyant powers gradually faded as the development of
    • Individualities were able, with their wonderful powers of
    • human evolution must be regarded as a duality, consisting of the
    • this was the duality. Let us consider our own being, as we now exist.
    • in order gradually to lead man back again to Osiris. So long as man
    • gradually abandon the dead image of primitive
    • instead to the Great Individualities. And they appear before us in
    • Individualities, we feel a strengthening of our own powers. We
    • Individualities. We who are born in after ages look up to Them,
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    • gradually faded away. Clairvoyant powers decreased little by little
    • less of spiritual force. The higher worlds gradually closed their
    • The old clairvoyant powers gradually faded as the development of
    • Individualities were able, with their wonderful powers of
    • human evolution must be regarded as a duality, consisting of the
    • this was the duality. Let us consider our own being, as we now exist.
    • in order gradually to lead man back again to Osiris. So long as man
    • gradually abandon the dead image of primitive
    • instead to the Great Individualities. And they appear before us in
    • Individualities, we feel a strengthening of our own powers. We
    • Individualities. We who are born in after ages look up to Them,
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    • we think that we're confronting individuals and things in the
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    • today for men have much more individualistic tendencies. If a teacher
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    • requires a strong force that must gradually develop, and namely in that
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    • gradually live in accordance with these virtues out of his own
    • trouble with respect to his development. The inner man is gradually
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    • independently at the transformation of these individual bodies. This
    • gradually work on our etheric body in such a way that it becomes
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    • had gradually lost their old clairvoyance on their path through
    • esoteric work consists in gradually raising our astral and etheric
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    • individuality is now incarnated again as a black magician. It
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    • immerse yourself in this feeling. That's how one gradually
    • but when one ascends and sees a being, one gradually learns to
    • feel it as a duality.
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    • the east The spheres of various beings bound his individual spiritual
    • scattered in space that seem to be individual beings during our
    • effect this has and how it's taken in by individuals.
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    • working of divine powers in all events, and we'll gradually
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    • etheric body gradually separates itself. After these exercises have
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    • once, but happens gradually. The mother and father forces are both in
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    • outer exoteric life from esoteric exercises he'll gradually
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    • thereby. But he must gradually get to the point where he also wants
    • must gradually spiritualize the physical to such an extent that
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    • accordance with his individuality. And then the main thing is to pay
    • If we let this thought live in us, we gradually get to the point
    • this work on us, we can gradually get to the point where we feel the
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    • body it spins threads out of which it forms a hard covering. Gradually
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    • moment of going to sleep, until unconsciousness gradually sets
    • gradually been used up, and a Greek knew that it was his lot to live
    • himself as an individual being in the spiritual world and finds
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    • towards us from which Shapes gradually crystallize. Then
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    • of the individual. But things should not go so far that a man becomes
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    • don't dry up and waste away. We must slowly and gradually grow into
    • gradually die, and also every thought that a man thinks causes
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    • thereby one can gradually get to the point of observing one's
    • awakening etheric body one gradually learns to experience
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    • particular times, after the exercise one will gradually feel as
    • gradually expand into heavenly distances. Then we won't feel that
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    • everyone who's on a path of esoteric development must gradually
    • are given us bring about? They help us to gradually loosen ourselves
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    • getting built up and gradually pulses through the whole organism. The
    • goes through the new body from birth on gradually dissipates during life.
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    • in the sacred syllable signifies our lower individuality;
    • U the master's individuality;
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    • experience all our physical experience is reversed. Gradually, through
    • loneliness. We are real individuals in the spiritual world because
    • that we have gradually to unlearn flying and learn to walk. You
    • recollection, of memory, gradually unfolds. At first it is quite
    • the right way, it gradually passes over into the religious. Art,
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    • experience all our physical experience is reversed. Gradually, through
    • loneliness. We are real individuals in the spiritual world because
    • that we have gradually to unlearn flying and learn to walk. You
    • recollection, of memory, gradually unfolds. At first it is quite
    • the right way, it gradually passes over into the religious. Art,
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    • truly effective. Gradually it was forced to withdraw its
    • artistry of the individual parts, but the whole lacked hands
    • individual man emerged as a personality. No longer on the one
    • qualifications had become an individual. This occurred most
    • art. The individual personality had become mature. The
    • thus caused the gradual disappearance of the greatness of
    • subjective idea of the individual — the whole rich
    • the slumbering human organs had to occur gradually through
    • anew. Then gradually, where he had his constantly returning
    • Steiner led us gradually and steadily into their essence and
    • ministry gradually leads to a strengthening of the human ego
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    • authenticity. Thus gradually the time came when it was stated
    • were gradually evolved and what they have experienced. About
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture III: The Mission of the Earth
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    • developed slowly and gradually in the course of the evolution
    • gradually the ego, that is to say, full self-consciousness,
    • slowly and gradually to his present condition of
    • developed slowly and gradually. This was not yet the case in
    • developed slowly and gradually. Day and night consciousness
    • evolution proceeded in such a way that slowly and gradually
    • nature; human wisdom will only gradually reach this
    • gradually throughout the whole of the Moon evolution was
    • and gradually the time spent in a dim, clairvoyant state of
    • the aura around the physical objects gradually lessened and
    • know that human being. Your relation to each human individual
    • our Earth gradually became the cosmos that was to accomplish
    • itself, by being incarnated in an individual human being,
    • possible for every human being — each as an individual
    • of independent, personal existence, in which every individual
    • within his own individual personality as did the follower of
    • “I AM” and gradually will learn to feel it more
    • root from which every individual Abrahamite had sprung as a
    • said: Heretofore, no individual physical human being has ever
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IV: The Raising of Lazarus
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    • represents initiation. The individuality Lazarus had to be
    • into individual men (that is, the ego-men); but individual
    • gradually this ego sinks into human nature. We know that the
    • animal, as such, has no individual ego. If the individual
    • individual animal would not be meant thereby, but the
    • possessing an individual ego. The latter, however, only
    • individuals.
    • of himself as an individual. The individual felt himself more
    • an individual member or the entire tribe received an affront,
    • course of time it happened that individual personalities gave
    • where they could experience the ego in their own individual
    • individual ego, there still always existed a greater ego that
    • individual remembers only his own youth. But there was a time
    • ego together was the fact that the individual remembered the
    • individual human beings were not meant by these names, but
    • denominate an individual human being by a special name during
    • human individual ego slowly freed itself from the group-soul,
    • from the group-ego. The human being came gradually to a
    • consciousness of his own individual ego. Formerly he felt his
    • are one,” which means one ego. The individual felt
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    • individual. But the initiate of the fifth degree had made a
    • of the ego, an inner independence in the soul. The individual
    • acting as the foundation of the individual ego within the
    • Then the narrow blood-circle gradually widened and men began
    • the individual ego of the human personality gradually evolved
    • impulse had to be prepared gradually through other impulses.
    • astral body and by gradually maturing it, prepare it for the
    • was the dismembered God who was drawn into the individual
    • every human individual. Therefore, He could say: —
    • gift of the now independent ego. And each individual must
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VI: The "I AM"
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    • the spirit is formed gradually, that the human being must use
    • the water, this human being becomes condensed, gradually
    • region of water and air, he gradually descended,
    • they do not yet feel themselves individualized.
    • not yet individualized. Now we have for the first time
    • dreary and a sort of unconscious state began. Gradually,
    • physical body and with these he gradually learned to see. Day
    • cartilage had solidified, the bones then gradually appeared.
    • divine-spiritual world gradually disappeared, and he became
    • gradually, simultaneously with the solidification of the
    • etheric enclosed it like surrounding shells. Thus individual
    • The detachment of the individual human consciousness from the
    • the more we see how the separate individual human beings
    • clairvoyant consciousness, however, gradually
    • individual human inner being which is the bearer of the ego.
    • independent individuality that came into existence in the
    • asked, to what is this independent individual human being
    • gradually formed in the course of evolution. They gave birth
    • initiation, only chosen individuals could perceive the
    • gradually proclaimed? Did the Old Testament prophetically
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    • not only has the individual human being, or for that matter
    • any other individual creature, a physical, ether and astral
    • did not possess its own individual astral body, it would not
    • unity, for only later individual planets became segregated.
    • gradually working through the other three members, purifying
    • and strengthening them. The ego is called upon gradually to
    • in the head region — gradually drew wholly within it.
    • “I.” Thus variously-membered, he gradually passed
    • schooling which gradually gives strength to the spittle, when
    • it and gradually enkindle the Spirit of the Lord and King in
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture VIII: Human Evolution in its Relation to the Christ Principle
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    • mysteries of this Gospel. In order that we may gradually
    • to the external human sense organs, only slowly and gradually
    • gradually, after the Flood, did this phenomenon appear, that
    • sought the most highly developed individuals of this people
    • of the Atlantean period, it so happened that gradually the
    • by the sea. Europe in its present form gradually arose. In
    • spiritual individuality, Manu, settled there in Asia in order
    • that great individuality, Manu, there developed what we may
    • believe that such a learned individual is like the Homunculus
    • developed individuals whom the leader guided eastward into
    • gradually accustomed to value the physical world which is
    • connection between their own individual activity and what
    • present day can possibly imagine. The individualities who
    • himself so much a separate individual? And, moreover, what
    • fast to the separate individuality became imprinted upon the
    • see how the human being has gradually
    • convert their own individuality into artistic form. They step
    • physical world had been trod so far that the individual human
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture IX: The Prophetical Documents and the Origin of Christianity
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    • of divine-spiritual beings. They gradually accustomed
    • transformed. Thus gradually a later humanity permeated this
    • — with the spirit, and this spirit also gradually
    • individual an extraordinary attitude of soul toward his own
    • gradually more aware of his ego, until this consciousness of
    • individual human being felt himself united through the blood
    • third cultural epoch to feel themselves as individuals, yet,
    • that the individual felt himself preserved within the whole
    • world. We perceive how gradually he permeated matter with his
    • period, the individual felt himself as a member of the whole
    • to be an individual man. But to say “I am a
    • meant that, as an individual human being, as a citizen of the
    • being make his will so personal, so individualized, that he
    • being gradually reached the point of permeating matter with
    • understand that the Divine is able to appear in an individual
    • were, like something inwardly related. And gradually the
    • understand what form Christianity should gradually assume,
    • individuality as the writer of this Gospel, we must take
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture X: The Effect of the Christ Impulse Within Mankind
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    • however, something else had to enter; gradually and by
    • concept was implanted in mankind, the concept of individual
    • freedom, of individual ego-capacity. If you consider the
    • that the value of the individual, in a certain sense,
    • individual, in the present sense of the word, is not yet so
    • linked with the individuality, with the human personality,
    • persons, become most individualized. As long as men are not
    • experienced within the strengthened human individuality,
    • has been gradually evolved with the higher, the unifying Ego,
    • must be slowly and gradually prepared. The power and force of
    • continues to be active there until gradually results emerge.
    • a materialistic culture as has gradually developed could not
    • experienced how gradually mankind is being prepared to
    • gradually into a spiritual love which then descends upon
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    • or relationships. The individual human being in the physical
    • individual groups of human beings of different regions became
    • individuality. But this has again to do with the
    • communities. Only gradually will humanity be able to evolve
    • individual impulse.
    • the infallibility of the individual is claimed today in the
    • of which each individual sets himself up as a kind of little
    • individual organs have been carved into the physical body, it
    • each individual who stands somewhat higher in the social
    • transmission into the ether body do the individual methods
  • Title: Gospel of John: Lecture XII: The Nature of the Virgin Sophia and of the Holy Spirit
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    • gradually became impossible to draw the ether body out of the
    • initiation must conform to what has gradually been
    • must give something by which he may gradually develop the
    • could make his astral body gradually more and more like a
    • Spirit. Gradually, through the strength of the impulse which
    • the other, what gradually separates from it as ether body,
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
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    • explicitly and concretely revealed the destinies of various individuals
    • operate in individual cases. He also revealed many details of the karmic
    • Individuals and in the Evolution of the World.
  • Title: Karmic Relationships, V: Summary