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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • also find in some of my lecture-courses, you know that we have to
    • mankind's evolution, the more we find a different constitution of the
    • Clairvoyant vision finds in looking back that an incarnation of a
    • conditions of recent years we shall find that men have been brought to
    • continuously present in man. Viewed historically, we find that the
    • in human form and the only question is, how he will find humanity
    • whole of mankind that today calls itself civilized, or will he find a
    • will help us to find the right position in regard to the part played by
    • find the scientific superstition.
    • true reality. You will find reference in many of my lecture-courses to
    • they will realize that with what they find in physical humanity they
    • find all the methods of our present-day science used in the books;
    • increasing force into what they find so difficult to realize —
    • banks, then again, through this lack of awareness, Ahriman will find
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • also find in some of my lecture-courses, you know that we have to
    • mankind's evolution, the more we find a different constitution of the
    • Clairvoyant vision finds in looking back that an incarnation of a
    • conditions of recent years we shall find that men have been brought to
    • continuously present in man. Viewed historically, we find that the
    • in human form and the only question is, how he will find humanity
    • whole of mankind that today calls itself civilized, or will he find a
    • will help us to find the right position in regard to the part played by
    • find the scientific superstition.
    • true reality. You will find reference in many of my lecture-courses to
    • they will realize that with what they find in physical humanity they
    • find all the methods of our present-day science used in the books;
    • increasing force into what they find so difficult to realize —
    • banks, then again, through this lack of awareness, Ahriman will find
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • find that grammar was not the abstract subject it is today but that
    • of the day find nothing right in what I have written, for example, in
    • biographies we find nothing of all this. Only when in every individual
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • modern times upon mankind's life in primeval times, we still find an
    • find that grammar was not the abstract subject it is today but that
    • of the day find nothing right in what I have written, for example, in
    • biographies we find nothing of all this. Only when in every individual
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • we are looking at the qualities of water as we find it around us. Then
    • precise research they find that, although sensory perception (if one
    • our soul life. And without memory, we would not find our way in the
    • to touch on the principles of the topic under discussion. You can find
    • of his awakening spiritual senses, just as he finds his way into his
    • science presents its findings, although this means that spiritual
    • science is subject to the same prejudices as the initial findings
    • field. But if you study the matter in more detail, you will find that
    • of the spiritual researcher, we find that they all had mystery places
    • of strength whereby every soul can find its way into the spiritual
    • science whether it opposes what it finds in Christianity! It affirms
    • emotion. Let people argue whether or not the findings of spiritual
    • Christianity. Anyone familiar with modern culture will find that it is
    • find the ways described in the books mentioned earlier. But it is also
    • scientist as he draws our attention to his findings along spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • we are looking at the qualities of water as we find it around us. Then
    • precise research they find that, although sensory perception (if one
    • our soul life. And without memory, we would not find our way in the
    • to touch on the principles of the topic under discussion. You can find
    • of his awakening spiritual senses, just as he finds his way into his
    • science presents its findings, although this means that spiritual
    • science is subject to the same prejudices as the initial findings
    • field. But if you study the matter in more detail, you will find that
    • of the spiritual researcher, we find that they all had mystery places
    • of strength whereby every soul can find its way into the spiritual
    • science whether it opposes what it finds in Christianity! It affirms
    • emotion. Let people argue whether or not the findings of spiritual
    • Christianity. Anyone familiar with modern culture will find that it is
    • find the ways described in the books mentioned earlier. But it is also
    • scientist as he draws our attention to his findings along spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • longing soul seeks to find a path leading to the companion of my life. But
    • I cannot find this soul, I cannot penetrate to where she is dwelling,
    • evolution we find that the souls possessed a certain spiritual
    • enable them to find the thread which links up souls. This is the
    • is very difficult for the souls to find the right direction after
    • between death and a new birth to find their way about.
    • are indolent and lazy, you will find that Ahriman may expect a very
    • are able to find our way about and know why we must experience them, or
    • with this moment, you will find that it is the exact opposite of
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • longing soul seeks to find a path leading to the companion of my life. But
    • I cannot find this soul, I cannot penetrate to where she is dwelling,
    • evolution we find that the souls possessed a certain spiritual
    • enable them to find the thread which links up souls. This is the
    • is very difficult for the souls to find the right direction after
    • between death and a new birth to find their way about.
    • are indolent and lazy, you will find that Ahriman may expect a very
    • are able to find our way about and know why we must experience them, or
    • with this moment, you will find that it is the exact opposite of
  • 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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    • Many people might be surprised to find two such apparently widely
    • Christian era does one find individual men of personal importance in
    • spiritual life. Only in the Greek spiritual life do we find
    • Cosmos; all this we find in the old Egyptian and Chaldean-Babylonian
    • the spiritual life, find inner comfort, hope, peace, inward bliss and
    • Notwithstanding all this, we find
    • things, we find there, in the first place, three shades, if we may so
    • Bhagavad Gita; what the Yoga of Patanjali has to give mankind we find
    • we find there too. Moreover, we do not find these as a conglomeration,
    • the thought that man can find something deeper within his own self,
    • make us sharers in the all-ruling World-Self. What we find in the
    • has come down to us through tradition, we find in it exactly the
    • what we find in the Sankhya philosophy. The independence of each
    • we principally find this material element, carefully studied.
    • particular the study of these material forms that we find in the
    • glance back at the first stages of evolution, we should find there the
    • find as Form, as yet undifferentiated from the unity of the primal
    • the clothing of those souls. Hence we find a complete system of the
    • forms we meet with in the world, just as in our own science we find a
    • You may find all three streams again in our Spiritual Science. If you
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • to suit our different standpoint, we find it possible to understand
    • look towards these two principles because it could as yet find no
    • Budhi, then Ahamkara, then Manas, which latter we find within us as
    • comparatively late production. We find this etheric body in man.
    • We can still find in
    • with the old Sankhya knowledge. We even find in Aristotle the
    • that this is only the sheaths; we find there the vegetative soul
    • longer find in him a clear discrimination between the soul-principle
    • For in that we find again, in the very centre of our scientific
    • things familiar, do we find in the Vedas at the present time much of
    • the Vedas — to this we find the answer in what Krishna gave to
    • again find through Yoga as that which is to be looked for behind all
    • which have emerged from the blood-relationship. Thus we find something
    • contained in this to influence us, shall we find ourselves upon the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • finding opportunity through its capacities and its karma so to
    • find that it took on more or less the character of ironical
    • The condition just described we find in many people who come to us
    • with some sort of learning or of abstract philosophy. We find it in
    • came into existence? I want to find out everything in my own self; I
    • We often find indicated in them that the real salvation of
    • we find in the Gita sentiments of a personal kind such as we find in
    • sublime Gita we find a wonderfully pure sphere-an etheric sphere-that
    • we find the significant instruction of Arjuna by Krishna. Now who
    • we find people in whom the forces of the sentient soul are
    • Song” or the “Bhagavad Gita.” Within it we find, above
    • corporality? Why do they not find it possible continually to rouse
    • eyes, thus do I behold Thee. My soul quakes. I cannot find security or
  • 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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    • often find what one might call an awkwardness of expression, so that
    • In the Epistles of St. Paul we find the significant basic truths of
    • other things; we find all these presented in such a way that any
    • which he had to find in the Pauline sense: “Not I, but Christ in
    • of meditation, of inner finding, gave back that which had at one time
    • man should find his ego, his independence. And when the spiritual
    • Rajas and Tamas we only find the relation of the soul to material
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • he had taught. In the instructions which St. Paul gives, we find a
    • style with what we find in the sublime Gita; but at the same time we
    • find quite a different tone, we find everything spoken from quite a
    • What is this speaking with tongues that we find spoken of in St.
    • give us, and what we find at once with such wonderful clearness in St.
    • depended on man's finding his way out of the changing forms. But
    • resting within himself, he shall find satisfaction. Thus, he who
    • finds everywhere the impulse of the Christ-Being. Let us here
    • Gospel, we find Zarathustra reincarnated: and we have emphatically
    • all that was once upon a time contained in the sublime Gita. We find
    • we shall find that in those olden times there was not yet that strict
    • prevented such a strict separation as we find in Sankhya philosophy
    • form; that we may find the Christ as the Reconciler, Who will lead us
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • ‘Others may think as they like; we find in the teachings of the Bible
    • point to this change. Were we to look back into the past we should find
    • days existed between men and nature, we find that in the old Schools or
    • world. This is surely a point of view similar to that which one finds at the
    • possible to describe what he finds in the spiritual world in the same way as
    • he would describe what he finds in the sense world — simply has no
    • the Bible, but he finds emphatic agreement with Bible imagery.
    • penetrate more deeply into the Bible we shall find that this Spiritual Being
    • the Bible are naturally only able to find what accords with their own
    • are derived, we shall find that none of the Gospel narratives are given by
    • who engages in spiritual investigation will find that there are four
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    • ‘Others may think as they like; we find in the teachings of the Bible
    • point to this change. Were we to look back into the past we should find
    • days existed between men and nature, we find that in the old Schools or
    • world. This is surely a point of view similar to that which one finds at the
    • possible to describe what he finds in the spiritual world in the same way as
    • he would describe what he finds in the sense world — simply has no
    • the Bible, but he finds emphatic agreement with Bible imagery.
    • penetrate more deeply into the Bible we shall find that this Spiritual Being
    • the Bible are naturally only able to find what accords with their own
    • are derived, we shall find that none of the Gospel narratives are given by
    • who engages in spiritual investigation will find that there are four
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • fluid, inasmuch as this blood belongs to the fluid organism, we find
    • — we should find in registering the warmth in the different parts
    • Directly we reflect about man in this way we find that it is
    • organism, to the etheric body, we find within it the conceptual
    • Ether, Warmth-Ether, Light-Ether, Life-Ether, and in addition we find
    • on waking, finds that he is feverish or is suffering from some kind of
    • is related to what is on the left, we shall find that they
    • If you read the literature of modern psychology you will find the most
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • honest modern scientist can find reality.
    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite possible to
    • So when we study the whole man we find a bridge between moral
    • for example in warmth. Then it is possible to find the connection
    • be possible to find any transition to the life of soul from this
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • If we review all the thoughts we have formulated, we shall find in
    • find freedom. On the other side (outwards) our actions stream forth
    • we find freedom in the life of thought and love in the life of will,
    • you find nothing. In other words, you have a picture — nothing
    • before birth, and therefore they called the findings of mathematics
    • grow, so what is unfolded through freedom must find an element in
    • unfolds in man when, as a free being, he finds his way into pure
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • purely by intellectual means, it is not surprising to find that there
    • founded on “scientific data.” The findings are then compiled in books
    • immensely important task of finding the equilibrium between East and
    • age, that is, finding the equilibrant relationship between Lucifer
    • philosophy, we find a vague and stifling quality that the Central
    • prevented the war! Only in this fashion will it be possible to find
    • When they find a rock, they conjecture that the victim had stumbled
    • the findings of modern physics
    • spiritual scientist who can clearly demonstrate that truth finds its
    • the roses, keeping only the latter, one would nor find the proper
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    • purely by intellectual means, it is not surprising to find that there
    • founded on “scientific data.” The findings are then compiled in books
    • immensely important task of finding the equilibrium between East and
    • age, that is, finding the equilibrant relationship between Lucifer
    • philosophy, we find a vague and stifling quality that the Central
    • prevented the war! Only in this fashion will it be possible to find
    • When they find a rock, they conjecture that the victim had stumbled
    • the findings of modern physics
    • spiritual scientist who can clearly demonstrate that truth finds its
    • the roses, keeping only the latter, one would nor find the proper
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • the more do we find in the physical endowments of man, higher forces
    • If we observe our present age we shall find something that simply did
    • into the ocean of physical-material life, he finds his personality, he
    • finds his warm blood, he finds the surging impulses and desires in his
    • longer regard our ideals simply as ideals but through them find the
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • the more do we find in the physical endowments of man, higher forces
    • If we observe our present age we shall find something that simply did
    • into the ocean of physical-material life, he finds his personality, he
    • finds his warm blood, he finds the surging impulses and desires in his
    • longer regard our ideals simply as ideals but through them find the
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • Emmaus scene could occur. We find it described in the Gospel, not as
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • Emmaus scene could occur. We find it described in the Gospel, not as
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • Aeschylus, it is impossible to find any word which could be translated
    • as "conscience". Yet we find such a word used among the younger Greek
    • before the beginning of the Christian era, we should find that
    • should find it self-understood. For it is quite clear that we must
    • Thus in amazement we find an expression of what we have seen at an
    • whether we shall shrink back, or find blessedness, when we are able to
    • far away from volcanoes also attempt to find an explanation concerning
    • them, because they find such occurrences startling and sensational.
    • Those who feel thus are more than others predestined to find their
    • But we find still another type of person in the present time. This
    • would require many hours to go into things more thoroughly — we find
    • will not be able to grasp it. They will find themselves then in
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • Aeschylus, it is impossible to find any word which could be translated
    • as "conscience". Yet we find such a word used among the younger Greek
    • before the beginning of the Christian era, we should find that
    • should find it self-understood. For it is quite clear that we must
    • Thus in amazement we find an expression of what we have seen at an
    • whether we shall shrink back, or find blessedness, when we are able to
    • far away from volcanoes also attempt to find an explanation concerning
    • them, because they find such occurrences startling and sensational.
    • Those who feel thus are more than others predestined to find their
    • But we find still another type of person in the present time. This
    • would require many hours to go into things more thoroughly — we find
    • will not be able to grasp it. They will find themselves then in
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • be different when Spiritual Science finds its way into the many
    • this much is certain: if we do find the way clear to erect a building
    • this, we find ourselves in an unpleasant position. And why? Every one
    • that ultimately we may find ourselves in the very disagreeable
    • Our work is characterised by the fact that the findings of occult
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • in ghosts, no such stories will be found. You will find indications of
    • If we ponder over these things, we shall find the true balance between
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • asks him what solution he has reached. They compare results and find
    • what looks like “chance,” he learns to find his way through
    • find something else happening as a result of what then took place. In
    • and intellect, you will find many “chance” happenings, and
    • to group themselves together quite haphazardly, I shall try to find a
    • there you will find that commendable “tolerance” is extended
    • “chance” happenings of today they will find the courage to
    • will then find that such thoughts can help to promote the true mood of
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • look back into the development of the peoples, we find in every case
    • remarkable people we find, in a form of Imagination springing from the
    • In the Kalewala it is wonderful to find this process presented, with
    • old heroic sagas of humanity,we again find the truths and knowledge
    • the Akasha-Chronicle, we find that the Kalewala leads back to the
    • folk-poems which form themselves into one whole. We find how right on
    • picture of the whole course of Post-Atlantean culture, you will find
    • remembrance, enabling him to find the way to what we describe as the
    • peoples point back to vast and mighty wisdom. Men will find the
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • Oriental world-conception we find references to Beings of whom it is
    • themselves be aware of a longing to find the thread uniting the
    • when men sought to find the Divine only at the starting-point of
    • the “ I ” can find the Divine within itself. The form in
    • those of Christianity; we also find this in the picture usually,
    • Raphael. In the whole of Voltaire's works you will find hardly a
    • finds that the same Individuality who once worked in Elijah and later
    • German poet — Novalis. To begin with, we find in his writings a most
    • dreams of Science. From Novalis comes something that finds its way
    • Occult investigation finds that in Elijah, in John the Baptist, in
    • digging in the ground and find a strange thing made of iron, not
    • Glorious — Its meaning heard to find,
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • is always able to find his way from place to place.
    • It would be difficult today to find anyone in civilised Europe who has
    • Therefore they must find something lacking — or rather, they must
    • world and finds that the things of the sense-world do not tally with
    • through these powers, influences which cannot find entrance into the
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • could help them to find the way to the Divine-Spiritual. They needed
    • find the path to the Divine-Spiritual. It is extremely important to
    • A very widespread and characteristic idea finds expression in the
    • indeed. To our astonishment we find widespread evidence of knowledge
    • while to find out what these Theosophists have to say about the
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • the more do we find that the outer form of the child resembles that of
    • will always find — even in the case of very specialised details
    • least, to find evidence in the different lives of what, admittedly,
    • your disposal, and you will find agreement and conformity among the
    • broadcast today were to find any widespread acceptance, namely, that
    • forces must grow stronger, that he must by his own efforts find the
  • Title: Lecture: Foreword
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    • find its way to souls who, through constant testing, gradually become
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    • itself finds the path that leads beyond itself to the highest
    • peoples. Then for the first time he finds what is most sacred for his
    • finding a population that had been seated there from primeval times
    • the first period, that of the Indian culture, we will find that this
    • birth. This also we will have to study and here again we will find a
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • seventh culture of the fifth epoch will find its conclusion. These are
    • this when, looking backward, we find that there dwelt on earth at that
    • Beginnings or Archai or Spirits of Personality. We find these when we
    • example, we find that it is guided by higher beings called Archai or
    • have been able to find the right tempo and the means for his
    • Chaldeans, Assyrians, and Babylonians we find the trinity that
    • So we see how the epochs of cosmic events find their symbolical
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    • Therefore, we find in all these countries, in India, in Persia, in
    • way. Repeatedly we find this singular analogy; just as a child,
    • any other place, we find everywhere the same images that were
    • If we go back to those times, we find that the above-described
    • † Note 2: The genesis of the human form is much discussed in this and succedding chapters. The reader will find Dr. H. Poppelbaum's book Man and Animal (Rudolf Steiner Press, London, 1960) to be a helpful companion in this study.
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    • of the solar system. We find hints of this in many ancient occult
    • find again in the ancient sacred tradition of the Indians, in what was
    • experiences. In this medical art, which we find so closely connected
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    • was still united with sun and moon, we do not find our animals or
    • we find the first beginning of the lungs. In the upper part there has
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    • physical mass of the moon we would find that it was not fitted to
    • the economy of the universe. If we find a place in the cosmos where
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 7
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    • searched for her brother and husband, and after finding him brought
    • present in this, in solution, just as today we find fluid and solid
    • as a sort of lantern. In very young children we still find a soft
    • the knee we find to be related to the sign of the Goat. The animal
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    • find the possibility of bringing the spine out of the horizontal into
    • on the moon, but we find their deeds on the earth. We find them on the
    • One may say that these men lived in Paradise. We find that the men who
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 9
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    • and after the moon's exit from the earth, we find that man then had a
    • The Egyptian had confidence in the laws that man could find in the
    • elements because he trusted in what his spirit could find, because he
    • into the objective world. Such artistic creations as we find in Greece
    • painters. For example, we can find paintings where angels float in
    • space-feeling is missing in him. Such a being as we find above his
    • Egyptian, as a member of his people. Thus in Greece we find that a man
    • him so he might find the way back into the spiritual world. Previously
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    • science and we shall find, for example, how a few thousand years ago
    • But if we go back far enough we find that man once lived entirely in
    • If we go back to the first part of the post-Atlantean period, we find
    • finds it impossible to feel its way into Buddhism, to identify itself
    • then we shall find how the Egyptian mysteries are connected with the
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    • examine him clairvoyantly, we find a strong expression and reflection
    • with it, we would find a human being in and out of whom all the
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    • significance. Thus we find that in ancient times man had little power
    • vengeance for another of the same group. It finds expression in the
    • find one's way into the oriental methods of thinking and
    • Kepler's saying, and in his works we also find the following:
    • us contemplate such a spirit as Paracelsus. We find a remarkable
    • to find therein what Paracelsus found. What became of the medicine of
    • find “unprovable assertions” therein and say that one
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • in which we can find our bearings only by summoning the findings of
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • self-knowledge, the more you will find confirmation of the truth of
    • If we look into early post-Atlantean times, we would find that men
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    • in which we can find our bearings only by summoning the findings of
    • your organism. Try to picture your daily life and you will find how
    • self-knowledge, the more you will find confirmation of the truth of
    • If we look into early post-Atlantean times, we would find that men
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • Only now are they finding their way into his soul-nature. For the
    • uncomfortable to speak of actualities to-day. Many people find the
    • will find expressed in speech and language the human being's
    • Archai. In speech they will find an expression of that whereby a man
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    • Only now are they finding their way into his soul-nature. For the
    • uncomfortable to speak of actualities to-day. Many people find the
    • will find expressed in speech and language the human being's
    • Archai. In speech they will find an expression of that whereby a man
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    • something of this attitude of discomfort does not find expression in the
    • everyday life — a question known to all of us. How can we find comfort in
    • life when we have to suffer in one way or another, when we fail to find
    • will find himself confronted by a strange reaction when he looks at his joy
    • sufferings. It is easy to see how one can find comfort in suffering. He who
    • environments for ourselves, and in finding a proper relationship to the
    • such knowledge? To find an answer, we must ask ourselves the simple
    • that he can find his higher self by introspection. What he finds within,
    • points to nothing less than a path to self-knowledge. He who wants to find
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    • something of this attitude of discomfort does not find expression in the
    • everyday life — a question known to all of us. How can we find comfort in
    • life when we have to suffer in one way or another, when we fail to find
    • will find himself confronted by a strange reaction when he looks at his joy
    • sufferings. It is easy to see how one can find comfort in suffering. He who
    • environments for ourselves, and in finding a proper relationship to the
    • such knowledge? To find an answer, we must ask ourselves the simple
    • that he can find his higher self by introspection. What he finds within,
    • points to nothing less than a path to self-knowledge. He who wants to find
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    • We can search through the entire evolution of the world without finding a
    • and find them selfless. If we, understanding this, have become grateful to
    • different in the spiritual world, “I find the way to you so easily
    • because you are finding evermore the way to make spiritual science into an
    • living, they will find those souls most intensive who are penetrated and
    • in order to find a dwelling in the souls of men. Spiritual science is to be
    • the message, telling how Christ may find that dwelling in human souls. If
    • Christ will find His abode in men's earthly souls, then the Christ power
    • regardless of nation and religion. May many gradually find the way to
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    • We can search through the entire evolution of the world without finding a
    • and find them selfless. If we, understanding this, have become grateful to
    • different in the spiritual world, “I find the way to you so easily
    • because you are finding evermore the way to make spiritual science into an
    • living, they will find those souls most intensive who are penetrated and
    • in order to find a dwelling in the souls of men. Spiritual science is to be
    • the message, telling how Christ may find that dwelling in human souls. If
    • Christ will find His abode in men's earthly souls, then the Christ power
    • regardless of nation and religion. May many gradually find the way to
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    • gradually overcome their egoism; whereas they would probably find it hard
    • We can find a solution if we turn our minds to what may be called the
    • or bad fortune, we most easily find the answer if we consider that some
    • permeated by the forces knowledge can give, will find this strange. But let
    • death, a life that can find no satisfaction in ordinary human relations and
    • comprehensible only when we know that what we find intelligible no
    • to and fro by surging waves yet finds courage to rely on nothing in the outer
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    • gradually overcome their egoism; whereas they would probably find it hard
    • We can find a solution if we turn our minds to what may be called the
    • or bad fortune, we most easily find the answer if we consider that some
    • permeated by the forces knowledge can give, will find this strange. But let
    • death, a life that can find no satisfaction in ordinary human relations and
    • comprehensible only when we know that what we find intelligible no
    • to and fro by surging waves yet finds courage to rely on nothing in the outer
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    • as a very young child — we find a multitude of single organs
    • on what they find there, they are cast back and disappear again. It is
    • whole of man's activity which finds expression in the outer world is
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    • as a very young child — we find a multitude of single organs
    • on what they find there, they are cast back and disappear again. It is
    • whole of man's activity which finds expression in the outer world is
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    • How different is the environment in which we find ourselves placed today
    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • of necessity, presented by the life in which the human being finds himself
    • to a picture of the world in which the essential being of man finds no place.
    • cannot even find a way of comprehending what underlies matter. Natural science
    • People delude themselves into finding it illuminating, for one has only to
    • admired by many who desire to find an adequate concept of the world in
    • uniting themselves with earth life. But the repose which these beings find
    • finds there another super-sensible element, one not found in the extra-
    • Such things sound paradoxical today; many people find them absurd or
    • Aquinas is of the opinion that the Praeambula Fidei can never find a way
    • particular branch of philosophical thought can find the conclusions of
    • Anyone who finds that work done by him is arousing opposition should not
    • to find a person who is not delighted by a performance of the Seventh
    • folly will find special satisfaction in calling attention to phenomena of
    • permanent root will be surprised to find that it awakens hostility. But it
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    • How different is the environment in which we find ourselves placed today
    • environment in which the individual finds himself, and how the work, for
    • of necessity, presented by the life in which the human being finds himself
    • to a picture of the world in which the essential being of man finds no place.
    • cannot even find a way of comprehending what underlies matter. Natural science
    • People delude themselves into finding it illuminating, for one has only to
    • admired by many who desire to find an adequate concept of the world in
    • uniting themselves with earth life. But the repose which these beings find
    • finds there another super-sensible element, one not found in the extra-
    • Such things sound paradoxical today; many people find them absurd or
    • Aquinas is of the opinion that the Praeambula Fidei can never find a way
    • particular branch of philosophical thought can find the conclusions of
    • Anyone who finds that work done by him is arousing opposition should not
    • to find a person who is not delighted by a performance of the Seventh
    • folly will find special satisfaction in calling attention to phenomena of
    • permanent root will be surprised to find that it awakens hostility. But it
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    • that happens to him as if karma was a fact, will find that his
    • opened. Then he will find what all the great religious and
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    • that happens to him as if karma was a fact, will find that his
    • opened. Then he will find what all the great religious and
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    • from ordinary substances that we find in our environment and use for
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    • from ordinary substances that we find in our environment and use for
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    • unknown. It appears in the German in Wie und wo Findet man den Geist?.
    • which for centuries has endeavored to find expression in art; it is
    • the spirit is able to answer: “In thy nothingness I hope to find the
    • Now when we trace man back through all the changes of time we find
    • centuries, where we find Madonnas with the Child groping for the
    • living. We might go very far back, and actually we should find the
    • find the Goddess with the Krishna child at her breast; in a Chinese
    • cult we might find similar pictures.
    • finding him through initiation or death. By conjuring this Osiris and
    • only there could Faust seek and find the eternal through which
    • need he fear that it will become stiff and lifeless when it finds
    • the outer senses. But when men find the way back to spiritual heights
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    • unknown. It appears in the German in Wie und wo Findet man den Geist?.
    • which for centuries has endeavored to find expression in art; it is
    • the spirit is able to answer: “In thy nothingness I hope to find the
    • Now when we trace man back through all the changes of time we find
    • centuries, where we find Madonnas with the Child groping for the
    • living. We might go very far back, and actually we should find the
    • find the Goddess with the Krishna child at her breast; in a Chinese
    • cult we might find similar pictures.
    • finding him through initiation or death. By conjuring this Osiris and
    • only there could Faust seek and find the eternal through which
    • need he fear that it will become stiff and lifeless when it finds
    • the outer senses. But when men find the way back to spiritual heights
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    • of humanity, turns his gaze on ancient times, he finds a trend that
    • culminates in the Greco-Roman epoch. He finds that then humanity as a
    • could find a connection with the divine essence only by going out of
    • essence while still retaining his humanity. He could now find Christ
    • became possible for man to find Christ by deepening and strengthening
    • will find within yourself that element in which your soul is immersed
    • we find in Western philosophy the thought expressed that had we no
    • find a path leading through a human being into the spiritual
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    • of humanity, turns his gaze on ancient times, he finds a trend that
    • culminates in the Greco-Roman epoch. He finds that then humanity as a
    • could find a connection with the divine essence only by going out of
    • essence while still retaining his humanity. He could now find Christ
    • became possible for man to find Christ by deepening and strengthening
    • will find within yourself that element in which your soul is immersed
    • we find in Western philosophy the thought expressed that had we no
    • find a path leading through a human being into the spiritual
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    • and if we observe the mass of details involved, we find the nature of all
    • persisting and continuing. You will find, for instance, that if you were
    • man to find his right course of life in the universe, a development of all
    • every true prayer that exists — word for word — and you will find
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    • and if we observe the mass of details involved, we find the nature of all
    • persisting and continuing. You will find, for instance, that if you were
    • man to find his right course of life in the universe, a development of all
    • every true prayer that exists — word for word — and you will find
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    • an “I”, to find his bearings as an “I”, and his life of
    • what is within themselves. In the Mystics, for example, we find
    • healthy development shall find its way into the affairs of humanity.
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    • an “I”, to find his bearings as an “I”, and his life of
    • what is within themselves. In the Mystics, for example, we find
    • healthy development shall find its way into the affairs of humanity.
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    • and you will very likely find: ‘I entered on the path leading to this
    • find that it all works out. They will be able to say: ‘There was a
    • Ich werde es aber wieder finden,
    • But I shall find it again
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    • and you will very likely find: ‘I entered on the path leading to this
    • find that it all works out. They will be able to say: ‘There was a
    • Ich werde es aber wieder finden,
    • But I shall find it again
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    • we try to find them again today.
    • cavern finds three coffins guarded by a hermit. There are characteristic
    • in the painting. Thus we find in a painting of the Middle Ages the mystery
    • above the three coffins, we find that we must, indeed, penetrate the
    • angels have been depicted by the artist as children. Here we find a
    • find it expressed in many ways, and also in the wonderful simplicity of the
    • find manifest the fact that man may, indeed, cherish a great hope for his
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    • we try to find them again today.
    • cavern finds three coffins guarded by a hermit. There are characteristic
    • in the painting. Thus we find in a painting of the Middle Ages the mystery
    • above the three coffins, we find that we must, indeed, penetrate the
    • angels have been depicted by the artist as children. Here we find a
    • find it expressed in many ways, and also in the wonderful simplicity of the
    • find manifest the fact that man may, indeed, cherish a great hope for his
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    • shall find, if we have been equipped for our task by the methods of
    • fairy-tales and myths have come into being, will find every trace of
    • surprise vanish, every doubt pass away; indeed, he will find in these
    • You will find that there are many dilettante interpretations of this
    • deeply sensible of this, and you will find that gradually, point for
    • combustion into red, life-giving fluid. This blood that finds its way
    • embryo we find that the rudiments of bone and muscle are evolved long
    • animals, what do you find it has accomplished? It has transformed
    • Having followed man thus far in his evolution, we find that we have to
    • The higher astral body, which has been evolved from the lower one, and which finds its expression in the spinal cord and the brain;
    • present-day humanity we find only the first rudiments of this
    • we find a consciousness of a very different kind. At the present time
    • If you go back into the past, you will find that there is one
    • members of families intermarried. You will find this to have been the
    • Thus in the higher stage of human development we find something
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    • shall find, if we have been equipped for our task by the methods of
    • fairy-tales and myths have come into being, will find every trace of
    • surprise vanish, every doubt pass away; indeed, he will find in these
    • You will find that there are many dilettante interpretations of this
    • deeply sensible of this, and you will find that gradually, point for
    • combustion into red, life-giving fluid. This blood that finds its way
    • embryo we find that the rudiments of bone and muscle are evolved long
    • animals, what do you find it has accomplished? It has transformed
    • Having followed man thus far in his evolution, we find that we have to
    • The higher astral body, which has been evolved from the lower one, and which finds its expression in the spinal cord and the brain;
    • present-day humanity we find only the first rudiments of this
    • we find a consciousness of a very different kind. At the present time
    • If you go back into the past, you will find that there is one
    • members of families intermarried. You will find this to have been the
    • Thus in the higher stage of human development we find something
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    • may also find this in my writings
    • We may find a description
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    • may also find this in my writings
    • We may find a description
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    • consider the numerous cases in which people can never find where they
    • put things. One has lost his pencil, another cannot find his cufflinks, etc.,
    • she takes it off in the evening, and then cannot find it in the morning. You
    • succeed, but if I make a habit of it, I will find that my forgetfulness
    • modern life could be dispensed with, and they would find the time to
    • unfulfilled. Just examine your life and you will find countless desires it
    • themselves what they should do than find reasons in themselves to act.
    • and you will find it will do much to strengthen your will.
    • that is to be criticized objectively from something that we find
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    • consider the numerous cases in which people can never find where they
    • put things. One has lost his pencil, another cannot find his cufflinks, etc.,
    • she takes it off in the evening, and then cannot find it in the morning. You
    • succeed, but if I make a habit of it, I will find that my forgetfulness
    • modern life could be dispensed with, and they would find the time to
    • unfulfilled. Just examine your life and you will find countless desires it
    • themselves what they should do than find reasons in themselves to act.
    • and you will find it will do much to strengthen your will.
    • that is to be criticized objectively from something that we find
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    • world to find out everything, while it is difficult if one has to work in
    • and then one finds out everything. It really isn't that simple. Thorough and
    • findings of the entire contemporary official natural science. It was under
    • how one can find the relationship of a remedy which has been taken from
    • we look into the human organism in this way, we find that what lives in
    • which we find outside in human nature in antimony if we subject
    • Thus one can find, for example, how the process which is contained in
    • there one can naturally find out many things; for purposes of diagnoses
    • the plant. Thus one finds relationships between the forces which are in
    • human organism on the other. Then it is possible to really find the
    • Otherwise one does things by trial and error in order to find out how
    • antimony will provide a good example for finding the proper method of
    • and it is up to others to find the ways and means to make use of them.
    • That is the essential point. People must find the right ways and means to
    • Starting from there one can also find one's way to those methods
    • But one will find over and again that especially in so-called mental illness
    • the physical-therapeutic methods you also find curative eurythmy.
    • healthy human organism, then one can also find the corresponding
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    • world to find out everything, while it is difficult if one has to work in
    • and then one finds out everything. It really isn't that simple. Thorough and
    • findings of the entire contemporary official natural science. It was under
    • how one can find the relationship of a remedy which has been taken from
    • we look into the human organism in this way, we find that what lives in
    • which we find outside in human nature in antimony if we subject
    • Thus one can find, for example, how the process which is contained in
    • there one can naturally find out many things; for purposes of diagnoses
    • the plant. Thus one finds relationships between the forces which are in
    • human organism on the other. Then it is possible to really find the
    • Otherwise one does things by trial and error in order to find out how
    • antimony will provide a good example for finding the proper method of
    • and it is up to others to find the ways and means to make use of them.
    • That is the essential point. People must find the right ways and means to
    • Starting from there one can also find one's way to those methods
    • But one will find over and again that especially in so-called mental illness
    • the physical-therapeutic methods you also find curative eurythmy.
    • healthy human organism, then one can also find the corresponding
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    • by the brevity of this pamphlet will find a complete exposition of Dr.
    • find him, however, so he returned and explained the whole matter to me.
    • observation and examination of our errors. An attempt is made to find the
    • We then find out what had actually occurred and so discover whether or
    • mistake, find out how our thought process developed, and how it ran its
    • imagine the color and cut of his coat and vest.” Most people will find
    • the two possibilities considered again at that time. You will find that in
    • necessity to work in us — and it will — we shall find the next day
    • the concept of a man solely from his concept of the ape. He will find this
    • For the work in the various branches is not merely confined to finding
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    • by the brevity of this pamphlet will find a complete exposition of Dr.
    • find him, however, so he returned and explained the whole matter to me.
    • observation and examination of our errors. An attempt is made to find the
    • We then find out what had actually occurred and so discover whether or
    • mistake, find out how our thought process developed, and how it ran its
    • imagine the color and cut of his coat and vest.” Most people will find
    • the two possibilities considered again at that time. You will find that in
    • necessity to work in us — and it will — we shall find the next day
    • the concept of a man solely from his concept of the ape. He will find this
    • For the work in the various branches is not merely confined to finding
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    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
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    • and we can surround him with ideas about Christ, but we find that the
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    • finding lecturers and providing opportunities for people who may not
    • its true spiritual sense. We find ourselves together in working groups
    • find contentment. Only chaos can prevail there. The one and only
    • is true and must be striven for, is what we try to find in spiritual
    • find in Soloviev's writings, I have given you a concrete instance of
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    • finding lecturers and providing opportunities for people who may not
    • its true spiritual sense. We find ourselves together in working groups
    • find contentment. Only chaos can prevail there. The one and only
    • is true and must be striven for, is what we try to find in spiritual
    • find in Soloviev's writings, I have given you a concrete instance of
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    • who finds himself disgusted enough with meat will surely survive
    • organism, that is, to find out what substances build up the
    • the standpoint of spiritual science, we find that his etheric body
    • by comparing men with the multitudes of animals, find distributed
    • If a man is to find the physical expression of
    • however, it is possible that a man may not yet find himself strong
    • find the right path to satisfy their needs with a vegetable or meat
    • either the plants or animals. We find that we indeed penetrate into
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    • who finds himself disgusted enough with meat will surely survive
    • organism, that is, to find out what substances build up the
    • the standpoint of spiritual science, we find that his etheric body
    • by comparing men with the multitudes of animals, find distributed
    • If a man is to find the physical expression of
    • however, it is possible that a man may not yet find himself strong
    • find the right path to satisfy their needs with a vegetable or meat
    • either the plants or animals. We find that we indeed penetrate into
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • history you will find no thought as widely understandable or having as much
    • Golgotha, we find that, although the achievements of the peoples in all the
    • Golgotha. Furthermore, we find we can only understand what has happened
    • it necessary — if we leave aside such views, we find that even the most
    • Augustine we continually find such allusions. Even in Scholasticism we find
    • body away. Isis, the spouse of Osiris, sets out on her search and finds him
    • This, then, is the idea we find present in the minds and hearts of the
    • may be sunk into the earth. No, in a sense, we must find the Isis legend
    • imaginatively, as the Egyptians did. But we must find the right Isis
    • of Christ Jesus, insight into his being. This is what we must find again
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • behind and new insights must take their place. If we cannot find the inner
    • and misfortune of our time are due to this — we cannot find the courage to
    • human beings find the power represented by the holy Sophia. The modern age
    • to find words that could speak deeply into the heart of each one of you on
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    • history you will find no thought as widely understandable or having as much
    • Golgotha, we find that, although the achievements of the peoples in all the
    • Golgotha. Furthermore, we find we can only understand what has happened
    • it necessary — if we leave aside such views, we find that even the most
    • Augustine we continually find such allusions. Even in Scholasticism we find
    • body away. Isis, the spouse of Osiris, sets out on her search and finds him
    • This, then, is the idea we find present in the minds and hearts of the
    • may be sunk into the earth. No, in a sense, we must find the Isis legend
    • imaginatively, as the Egyptians did. But we must find the right Isis
    • of Christ Jesus, insight into his being. This is what we must find again
    • feelings could enable us to find the impulses needed for the renewals that
    • behind and new insights must take their place. If we cannot find the inner
    • and misfortune of our time are due to this — we cannot find the courage to
    • human beings find the power represented by the holy Sophia. The modern age
    • to find words that could speak deeply into the heart of each one of you on
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    • Suppose that we observe an animal during the course of a year. We will find
    • such an insect's life, and find a certain connection between them, for the
    • — we find that they too experienced, more or less instinctively, the
    • died out. Among more advanced humanity, therefore, we will not find that
    • are revealed most clearly, we find that its experience spans a comparatively
    • find certain observable laws in the development of humanity. We can compare
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • If we look back to ancient times in human history we shall find, scattered
    • about the inhabited earth, what are know as the Mysteries. We find that
    • more particularly in regard to culture and the life of the soul. We find
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • Thyself’, and looks back upon himself, he will not find his full human
    • dignity there. He will not find it in earthly life before death. He will only
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    • Suppose that we observe an animal during the course of a year. We will find
    • such an insect's life, and find a certain connection between them, for the
    • — we find that they too experienced, more or less instinctively, the
    • died out. Among more advanced humanity, therefore, we will not find that
    • are revealed most clearly, we find that its experience spans a comparatively
    • find certain observable laws in the development of humanity. We can compare
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • If we look back to ancient times in human history we shall find, scattered
    • about the inhabited earth, what are know as the Mysteries. We find that
    • more particularly in regard to culture and the life of the soul. We find
    • modern man might find fantastic but, nevertheless, pictures. And man knew
    • Thyself’, and looks back upon himself, he will not find his full human
    • dignity there. He will not find it in earthly life before death. He will only
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    • to feel that they themselves want to find everything that is to be
    • general way. He who, through theosophy, finds an impetus to moral
    • That would be grotesque nonsense. A person finds himself in the same
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    • to feel that they themselves want to find everything that is to be
    • general way. He who, through theosophy, finds an impetus to moral
    • That would be grotesque nonsense. A person finds himself in the same
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    • the process of digesting too well, you may find you will not be able to
    • earth to find the forces of the earth's interior would be absolutely wrong.
    • You would only find earth substances. The forces that are active in the earth
    • in the right way, you will find an opportunity somewhere in life of
    • you understand it properly, you will find an opportunity to make use of
    • beside his plate, and he carefully puts a piece of meat on the scale to find
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • In every department you find well-meaning people today, who want to
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    • the process of digesting too well, you may find you will not be able to
    • earth to find the forces of the earth's interior would be absolutely wrong.
    • You would only find earth substances. The forces that are active in the earth
    • in the right way, you will find an opportunity somewhere in life of
    • you understand it properly, you will find an opportunity to make use of
    • beside his plate, and he carefully puts a piece of meat on the scale to find
    • organism, you will no longer be astonished to find that other forces can
    • In every department you find well-meaning people today, who want to
  • Title: Lecture: Social and Anti-Social Forces in the Human Being
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    • Now, if these things are to count for us, then we must find social
    • the human being. Precisely because one finds social impulses or drives
    • in human nature, one also finds the opposite. This fact must above all
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • seeks to find healing remedies for these times must intelligently and
    • understand the evolutionary tendency. It is not a matter of finding
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • will often find quoted today by most socialist writers: “Workers of
    • passing on to the people of the Asiatic countries — one finds an
    • again. We find a special disposition, a special mission for all who
    • the age. In my lectures on the European folk souls, you will find what
    • thinking — and you will find the thoughts strongly linked to solid
    • mind — you will find that they are more an aesthetic shaping of
    • If you turn to the Central European people what will you find, when
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    • Now, if these things are to count for us, then we must find social
    • the human being. Precisely because one finds social impulses or drives
    • in human nature, one also finds the opposite. This fact must above all
    • frequently find in social life that one person gets lulled to
    • seeks to find healing remedies for these times must intelligently and
    • understand the evolutionary tendency. It is not a matter of finding
    • forget ourselves, that in reality we find that almost everything which
    • will often find quoted today by most socialist writers: “Workers of
    • passing on to the people of the Asiatic countries — one finds an
    • again. We find a special disposition, a special mission for all who
    • the age. In my lectures on the European folk souls, you will find what
    • thinking — and you will find the thoughts strongly linked to solid
    • mind — you will find that they are more an aesthetic shaping of
    • If you turn to the Central European people what will you find, when
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    • ROM the two preceding lectures you will have realised that in finding
    • developed through the centuries to the condition in which it finds
    • first time, that the essentially corpse-like quality in the findings of
    • we find a really gifted man such as
    • and apprehended in the spirit, will human souls find harmony again.
    • finds, to begin with, only the expression of the spirit in the realm
    • find expression in a threefold social order because its factual
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    • ROM the two preceding lectures you will have realised that in finding
    • developed through the centuries to the condition in which it finds
    • first time, that the essentially corpse-like quality in the findings of
    • we find a really gifted man such as
    • and apprehended in the spirit, will human souls find harmony again.
    • finds, to begin with, only the expression of the spirit in the realm
    • find expression in a threefold social order because its factual
  • Title: Lecture: The Structure of the Lord's Prayer
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    • that the meditator finds union with the divine Ground through this
    • When we turn to the prayers of other peoples, we find, wherever
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    • that the meditator finds union with the divine Ground through this
    • When we turn to the prayers of other peoples, we find, wherever
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    • made it possible for the true Sun-Mystery to find its way to men.
    • existence. Through spiritual-scientific development we must find it
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    • made it possible for the true Sun-Mystery to find its way to men.
    • existence. Through spiritual-scientific development we must find it
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    • the path to knowledge; for on that path he would inevitably find
    • We find thus in Greek times the heliocentric conception of the world;
    • we find the very same picture as we have to-day of man's place in the
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • strenuous efforts required for finding one's way to clear conceptions
    • find it to be very much the same. The life of feeling is a kind of
    • but as spirit, he finds that he is also now within the inner being of
    • to recognise, and be within, our own spirit, then we shall find we are
    • world, we shall find the spirit. And then we shall have the right
    • world in its infinite variety and richness. In order that we may find the
    • world again — in order, that is, that we may find the spirit in the
    • lies in his own being, and finds himself in the presence of the
    • spiritual science will find himself continually face to face with this
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    • the path to knowledge; for on that path he would inevitably find
    • We find thus in Greek times the heliocentric conception of the world;
    • we find the very same picture as we have to-day of man's place in the
    • We should again and again find evidence of how the whole of mankind
    • strenuous efforts required for finding one's way to clear conceptions
    • find it to be very much the same. The life of feeling is a kind of
    • but as spirit, he finds that he is also now within the inner being of
    • to recognise, and be within, our own spirit, then we shall find we are
    • world, we shall find the spirit. And then we shall have the right
    • world in its infinite variety and richness. In order that we may find the
    • world again — in order, that is, that we may find the spirit in the
    • lies in his own being, and finds himself in the presence of the
    • spiritual science will find himself continually face to face with this
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    • For this purely spiritual sense of being that we find existing with
    • a sadness that can only find consolation if the sense of beauty is
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    • For this purely spiritual sense of being that we find existing with
    • a sadness that can only find consolation if the sense of beauty is
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    • In the Gospels we find a twofold announcement of the birth of Christ
    • science of humanity in olden times, we find its content essentially
    • perceiving with eyes and ears, we find it to be the externalized inner
    • Christmas Tree really? It is not so easy to find its meaning. In
    • making the effort to find it, and by discovering how the Christmas
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    • In the Gospels we find a twofold announcement of the birth of Christ
    • science of humanity in olden times, we find its content essentially
    • perceiving with eyes and ears, we find it to be the externalized inner
    • Christmas Tree really? It is not so easy to find its meaning. In
    • making the effort to find it, and by discovering how the Christmas
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • times that are not so far behind us, we find that even the leading
    • Meyreder. You can find different views catalogued elsewhere so
    • physiological standpoint, one finds gentleness, mildness and calmness
    • and daredevilry. Mobius finds the basic feature of the female nature
    • majority of people and you will find a very strange but fairly common
    • It is the same thing which, in the Christian religion, we find
    • sensation (Empfindung) of pleasure or pain, for one cannot speak of
    • must find its completion through that which lives in every human
    • And it is from this that you find everywhere the comparison of the
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    • times that are not so far behind us, we find that even the leading
    • Meyreder. You can find different views catalogued elsewhere so
    • physiological standpoint, one finds gentleness, mildness and calmness
    • and daredevilry. Mobius finds the basic feature of the female nature
    • majority of people and you will find a very strange but fairly common
    • It is the same thing which, in the Christian religion, we find
    • sensation (Empfindung) of pleasure or pain, for one cannot speak of
    • must find its completion through that which lives in every human
    • And it is from this that you find everywhere the comparison of the
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • and ideas must find other ways of taking effect besides the way
    • ascertaining the facts. Just as we should have to find out, by means
    • namely, that in the future no human being is to find peace in the
    • anyone who goes through life with alert consciousness to-day finds
    • life, lest the impending revelation finds him in a state of sleep. A
    • science will sail into desolate waters. But human egoism will find
    • who is about to rob him; he is unaware of it and at most he finds out
    • reference to our own epoch we find the answer to the question nearest
    • sentence can be turned, and we can also say: If on some day we find no
    • to survey your life and you will find in it some event of slight or
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    • and ideas must find other ways of taking effect besides the way
    • ascertaining the facts. Just as we should have to find out, by means
    • namely, that in the future no human being is to find peace in the
    • anyone who goes through life with alert consciousness to-day finds
    • life, lest the impending revelation finds him in a state of sleep. A
    • science will sail into desolate waters. But human egoism will find
    • who is about to rob him; he is unaware of it and at most he finds out
    • reference to our own epoch we find the answer to the question nearest
    • sentence can be turned, and we can also say: If on some day we find no
    • to survey your life and you will find in it some event of slight or
  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • society that does not understand them. We must find again, through an
    • This is what we must find again: What did the risen Christ tell to
    • modern man finds it very difficult to understand that the first men
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    • society that does not understand them. We must find again, through an
    • This is what we must find again: What did the risen Christ tell to
    • modern man finds it very difficult to understand that the first men
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    • never find a Circle in the World, which will not confirm for thee in
    • the finite through Infinitesimal Calculus. Here we find ourselves
    • He must also find the transition from thought emancipated from
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    • never find a Circle in the World, which will not confirm for thee in
    • the finite through Infinitesimal Calculus. Here we find ourselves
    • He must also find the transition from thought emancipated from
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    • the early Middle Ages we find, even in Dante and in spite of
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    • the early Middle Ages we find, even in Dante and in spite of
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    • Renaissance. During the early middle ages we find, even in Dante
    • difficult to find a concept of guilt in this sense in any of his
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    • Renaissance. During the early middle ages we find, even in Dante
    • difficult to find a concept of guilt in this sense in any of his
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    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • Christian Life will find it. It creates Forms and shatters Forms. But,
    • can find its place. This Form, this external Form of Society must
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    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • Christian Life will find it. It creates Forms and shatters Forms. But,
    • can find its place. This Form, this external Form of Society must
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    • distinguish these three spheres, you find something else as well. In
    • look into the matter closely you will find that it is also true of
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    • In Augustine we find no trace of the Gnosis; by his time it had quite
    • filled with spirituality. We find there all that had been given to
    • has to say about warmth, he did not find out for himself, but it has
    • from one person, but from a number of people. They find that
    • by, since we perpetually find excuse after excuse for the trickeries
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    • THIS cleft in human nature of which I have been speaking also finds
    • expression in everyday communal life. You find it in the relationship
    • both man and animal, with the object of finding similarities between
    • when he comes back again, and finds the man still there, he spouts
    • confirmation of them in life itself. He will then find that it is from
    • one will find a connection clearly indicated between the phenomena of
    • the idea-complexes! One can find good examples of that in Herbart
    • Thus both men could find a point of contact in the sketch. Why? Simply
    • Ziehen. We find that he also describes the parts of the brain and so
    • man's intellectual life, the life of ideas, one can find a very exact
    • find that feeling is nothing more than a feeling-stress of the idea,
    • breathing-system, for instance, we find the physical and etheric
    • We find just the opposite when we consider the human capacity for
  • Title: The Individuality of Elias, John, Raphael, Novalis
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    • Earth since his death. He finds the way to tell what remains of Raphael in
    • understanding. But he does not find the possibility to give a picture of the
    • When we consider the life of Novalis, what an echo we find there of the
    • live; and then, after you have gone through the gate of death, you will find
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    • Earth since his death. He finds the way to tell what remains of Raphael in
    • understanding. But he does not find the possibility to give a picture of the
    • When we consider the life of Novalis, what an echo we find there of the
    • live; and then, after you have gone through the gate of death, you will find
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    • People to-day still find difficulty in acquiring knowledge of the
    • occult fact. We shall find that precisely when we are speaking about
    • sleep, we shall find they shed great light on the spiritual world. In
    • you may find it difficult to understand.
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    • People to-day still find difficulty in acquiring knowledge of the
    • occult fact. We shall find that precisely when we are speaking about
    • sleep, we shall find they shed great light on the spiritual world. In
    • you may find it difficult to understand.
  • 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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    • Anyone wishing to go deeply into this will very soon find that in the
    • find that temple-sleep is not unintelligible to us. What was it that
    • is working and fructifying, and if man wills he can find connection
  • 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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    • the case with animals. We do not find their group-ego in the physical
    • clairvoyant examines a plant he finds that the part visible in the
    • observe a stone clairvoyantly we find that in the physical world it
    • will now find it comprehensible when I tell you that the mineral soul
    • trace the evolution of the earth backwards we find that it becomes
    • nation, and race. In studying our present age we find much that is
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • — that which finds expression in the “Spirit of the
    • on it, to find the substances through which they can exist.
    • development, to find another dwelling-place, and that was why they
  • 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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    • physical body is permeated by air or gas; lastly, you find in it
    • so that about the middle of the Moon period we do not find our present
    • Although the physical body was still soft and fluidic, he can find only
    • in so far as it is of a mental and spiritual nature, we find in many
    • Thus we find that from stage to stage Spiritual Beings incorporate
  • 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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    • find a sufficiently prepared human being on which they could work on
    • Atlantis away we find our ancestors in a condition very different from
    • material parts were softer. We find man consisting of a soft substance
    • dealing; he could stretch out and lengthen his fingers. We find this
    • So that if we go back to the period beyond the Atlantean epoch we find
    • did not find this point of time, and because they were outside the
    • facts which clairvoyant vision is able to test we find that in reality
    • In ancient times we find Gods and Folk spirits, or group spirits, work
    • within the groups through the ordinances of the law. There we find
    • we find that all those related by blood consider themselves as
    • Connected with this we find the following remarkable fact: we find
    • consciousness find expression?
    • towards Africa, and there I find in the Egyptian age advanced human
    • portrayed in Greek sculpture. If we examine it carefully we find three
  • 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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    • one could find one's fellowman through the expression they gave to
    • periods of the earth's evolution we find in our environment animal
    • These are the expressions of passions, and working in them we find
    • Form; the totality of what we find in man today was first formed
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • world we should nowhere find anything that is material alone,
    • consciousness answers: We do not find men on other planets in exactly
    • If we cast our clairvoyant vision back to the ancient Moon we find at
    • we now find everywhere around us on our earth. The forces of the Moon,
    • evolution, and which have a yet further mission, we find wisdom. Look
    • we can find him only on the earth, for only here are conditions
    • investigate the other planets belonging to our system, we find in all
    • If we now pass to the mineral kingdom we find in the forms of crystals
    • the formative forces of the mineral kingdom we find forces which reach
    • were to consider the beings of another planet we would find that at
  • 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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    • express it, because they could no longer find the way to man.
    • find the way back to them by looking within our own being — by
    • was overwhelmingly strong; we find this feeling in the souls of those
    • evolution. If we go back to the ancient Mysteries we find everywhere
    • the European Mysteries. We find in all of them a certain tragic
    • always finds that the teachers told their pupils: “You may raise
  • 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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    • evolution we find, to the same extent as outward conditions alter as
    • epochs; these were actually experienced. In the Egyptian age we find a
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • man, we find depicted in the Greek tragedies. In them we see the inner
    • this or that position will not find it necessary to impose his
    • Indian civilizations, one does not find a science apart from faith.
    • When we turn to the Babylonian period we find this is shown in myth of
    • every side we find connections between what appertained to Egypt and
    • the striving for initiation — must find fulfillment.
    • followers of Western esotericism never find in it anything out of
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    • humanity, and must learn to find within itself the central
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    • varied ways in the different world-outlooks, find
    • finds twofold statement: on the one hand in the Son-element,
    • points, we find that the pupil has first to call up
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    • varied ways in the different world-outlooks, find
    • finds twofold statement: on the one hand in the Son-element,
    • points, we find that the pupil has first to call up
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    • the artistic longings of the present, one finds everywhere the same:
    • soul, rooted in such a way that a person finds much of it
    • Naturally, Weininger finds, for example, that the basic character of
    • Weininger's biography with the ideas he developed and would find
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    • rediscovered in some form in mankind. So we would expect to find these
    • order to find out how the eras of history would unfold, he consulted
    • greater or lesser degree expressed there. There we find mirrored all
    • manifestations, we find nature as a somnambulist, a somnambulistic
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    • following is a true statement — and you will find it clearly
    • land, a land where individuals find themselves among other men. The
    • men among whom they find themselves are normal, earthly men like the
    • foundations of existence one finds metamorphosis. Someone who
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    • most people of today would not find such a conception at all easy, for
    • This brings us to a subject that a contemporary mind finds
    • find botocudian attitudes in many circles. The feeling for beauty is
    • find it distinctly not beautiful for there to be so few who can
    • And when we enter the realm of truth, we find that truth, also, is
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    • find a better word — strength of mind, or industriousness, but a
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    • we find the first impulses for the development of the senses, the
    • first seeds of the senses. You will find these things described again
    • world. We now find processes that re-form what has been taken in from
    • is all just clever tricks; it is always possible to find relations
    • Moon as organs of life, we find there were seven. Manifestations of
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    • But then, when we come to the sense of life we find that it is less
    • Schaltwerk der Gedanken.) There you will find some interesting
    • scratch. Schleich examines it and finds nothing to be concerned about.
    • is a good-hearted man, decides to visit him that evening. He finds the
    • into another, every hunter's shoe finding an imprint that exactly
    • physiognomic features that we find believable.
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    • find profound truths about the human being which one simply could not
    • Aristotle's writings, for example, you can find wonderful descriptions
    • manner that from a certain point of view is correct, you find
    • At the very most, you might find the usual relationship to the
    • Poetics you will find a hint of this deep understanding of the
    • the ancient traditions of the Mysteries. You will find yourself much
    • finds it in what occurs when a person forms something aesthetically
    • will find described in Schiller's letters on aesthetics. There it is
    • guilty about it. Nor can Your Honour find him guilty, for in order to
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    • some recent schools of thought find themselves in when they need to
    • finding valid epistemological grounds, valid scientific or
    • find something to replace the old concepts of truth, the feeling for
    • place? Because we find it convenient: it is economical to have a
    • ways of thinking that we find most comfortable — these are the
    • that we find it comfortable; that is why we connect certain sensations
    • feeling that one is powerless to find any original, self-sufficient
    • very, very logical. Now, these days one finds countless judgements
    • that are more concerned to arrive at the truth. What we would find,
    • Mankind is detached from reality and cannot finds its way back into
    • attempts to find a path that leads out of this absolute helplessness,
    • thing. There you will always find ... that one must discover how to
    • about it, you will find the development of Greek philosophy presented
    • find the same things; everywhere the same! Yet our modern philistines
    • find this philosophy so infinitely important; they rejoice to hear
    • one another. Indeed, one finds many such echoes between personalities
    • judge what is really there, but also in being able to find ways of
    • with the boldest of theories to explain it. One can find all kinds of
    • library. There one will find a book on morality by Guyau
    • you can then find them again, summarised, in Beyond Good and
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    • you would have to do to find an experience would be to look in that
    • Now that man has entered the fifth post-Atlantean epoch, he finds it
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    • putting together all that you can find in the various lecture cycles
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    • preceding incarnation. And we find another twelve-fold division in the
    • fact, one may even find it quite easy to grasp such things in their
    • down, as well as to rotate it sideways. So you can find in the human
    • exists. And we will find that this formation is always present, no
    • embryological development and find great cosmic laws revealed in what
    • can become the being who finds herself essentially beautiful and whose
    • must act so that the sons of the gods will find the daughters of
    • in order to find pleasant methods for bringing about visionary
    • sides by a distinctive attitude — it is difficult to find the
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    • textbook on the physiology of the senses to find a description of the
    • difficult to find a description of the organ for the sense of warmth
    • will find it strange that we should be constituted so that we could
    • what has happened, and we find it extraordinary to think that our gift
    • find a period when there was still a very highly developed
    • Egypto-Chaldean period. There we still find a highly-developed
    • psychologists, you will already find descriptions of how our sense of
    • Let us look at the human being from the other side. There we find the
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    • through the use of his own free will. Finding the right path for our
    • will find powerful, titanic pictures which truly show the very things
    • now we must try to find it again. From the fifteenth and sixteenth
    • history these days — we would find that people knew that speech
    • find in Bacon is the idea of artificially-created weather. But that
    • history will find these deeper connections. But today a foundation in
  • Title: Gospel of St. John: Lecture I
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    • European civilization before the spread of Christianity, we again find
    • the latter finds its way to a greater public. Let me now figuratively
    • We find it clearly indicated that Jesus of Nazareth was the son of
    • that what he finds in his inner self is the being of which he speaks
    • man to find the distinction between this Ego-being and all else within
    • speak, of finding a second Ego which, looking down upon the first Ego,
    • When we trace the lineage of Jesus of Nazareth to its origin, we find
    • find seven great, holy teachers knows as the Holy Rishis. They pointed
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    • spiritual eyes are opened, we can follow the traces and find the
    • from conventional history, the seer finds it difficult to believe in
    • leaders and teachers take their place among men and, as it were, find
    • wiser than the science of our day. You will always find, as a typical
    • can find some meaning in his words. But when he goes on to relate that
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    • and Ego, you would find in the morning your nervous and blood systems
    • world. In this world we find minerals, plants, animals and men. Men
    • form of that time, it would appear most fantastic to you. Thus we find
    • When we therefore behold the Sun, we find spiritual beings of whom we
    • I cannot find on the Moon the conditions necessary for my own
    • to those evolving on the separate Sun. We find the spiritual
    • and St. Luke, that we can find these truths independently of all
    • comprehensive words of St. John and St. Luke, that we can find these
    • find again in spiritual science.
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    • the seed as a pledge that it will find its way back again to its
    • capable of keeping pace with solar evolution. It is difficult to find
    • find various grades of spiritual beings upon the different heavenly
    • bodies. Having placed these facts before our soul, we can find the
    • their soul; then we shall descend; for the present we find the inner
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    • began simultaneously with the exit of the Moon. We find then, as we
    • we find, in the times we have been considering, high spiritual beings
    • throughout the Atlantean period and we find them still at work when
    • to find my All!’
    • together in olden times; then shall ye find the way to the divine
    • that he should look into his Ego, there to seek and find the Divine!’
    • find my way back to God.’ But Christ said: ‘There is another Father
    • through whom the Ego shall find the way to the Divine; for the Ego or
    • which thou canst find if thou remainest within thyself.’ Hence Christ
    • need not go back to Abraham; I find in myself the divine
    • ancestry if thou wouldst find the way to the Gods!’ In this case men
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    • former times. Through long periods of time we find such Mysteries in
    • find everywhere that pupils were admitted to Mysteries, which were
    • find his way. The form of initiation I have just described reached its
    • the past, you would find an enormously high level of spiritual life.
    • past life takes place when a person finds himself in peril of death,
    • personality, was to find the very beings whom he had formerly known as
    • soul. Let us examine an outstanding case and we shall find that, as
    • him our attention, we find in his writings great and noble thoughts,
    • For Christ is so great that each successive epoch must find new
    • stimulus for all human powers of cognition. Man will gradually find
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    • today we shall find it comparatively easy to grasp the distinction
    • the centre of its being. Here we find the physical, as the effect of
    • himself, apart from the documents. But when he finds again in the
    • we shall find it only if we penetrate to the very heart of the other
    • Gospels, as we have done with the Gospel of St. John. We then find
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    • Christ. The seekers for contradiction find, to begin with, that
    • order to find everything there was to find with a view to writing a
    • find so often mentioned in the Gospels. Plato a son of God! Such was
    • seer did not find Christ in the spiritual worlds; after Golgotha He
    • have not been able to find it. Of such minds it is not too much to say
    • find it. Anthroposophical knowledge must flow into such prepared
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    • words, we find it, from the very first chapter, to be one of the most
    • required to detect this. We find immediately, on a casual glance, that
    • community with Father Abraham. For He could not find among these the
    • had come in order to find the transition from the old order to the
    • to man an Ego-consciousness which could say: In myself I find the
    • need to find, in the individual soul, the power which enables man by
    • In the first place we find, in this first sign, the words: ‘There was
    • what I have already told you. You will find the same usage among all
    • text and there we find neither more nor less than the words in which
    • necessary for this purpose. But we find here the Christ-force in a
    • Thus we find a gradual increase, from step to step, in the power of
    • with regard to the word ‘God’. This you will readily find if you turn
    • Where in the world could we find a lyrical document so magnificently
    • serve to find fresh truths. For thirty years our wisdom has served to
    • find the truths which cannot be found without Anthroposophy.
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    • evolution that we find the same laws again, transformed and in a
    • must slowly learn to find his way in that world, for everything there
    • be there none the less. Hence you will not find it strange that the
    • Gospel of St. John. But when we read the Gospel aright we find that it
    • introduced. The further we recede into antiquity the more do we find
    • Here we find related in the Old Testament the feeding of the five
    • and the whole Ego of a people finds expression therein, even as the
    • find within a national community a number of faces that resemble one
    • generalizes. In which of these forces, then, do we find the element
    • Jesus of Nazareth? Did He act in such a way as to find the right
    • Why do we find the words ‘by night’? It is of course the most trivial
    • the entire world. We find this in the chapter ‘Jesus has power over
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    • exhaust a subject that embraces a whole world: we find this indicated
    • the tribe, we find consanguineous marriage becoming increasingly rare
    • inner forces of man. Through Christ man was to find the possibility of
    • state in mighty images, the traces of which you will find preserved in
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    • the old wisdom of the oracles!’ In the Judas legend we find still more
    • regards its power over humanity? We shall find the answer to this
    • early Atlantean times we find the human etheric head largely extending
    • instance, says. You will find all kinds of trivialities in his works
    • to find a connection between the Christ-impulse and man's conquests in
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    • Powers. This resulted in man's finding himself in a world of maya or
    • For a long period man found himself, and still finds himself to a
    • ‘Turn to the Gospel of St. Matthew. We find in it a line of
    • the possibility is afforded to find in the accounts in that Gospel the
    • cannot rise from Jesus to Christ, to find in the Gospel of St. Matthew
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    • saying: ‘Ye shall not rise with us! See how ye can find your way
    • When we come to scrutinize it, where can we find death on earth? Let
    • same way you do not find the truth concerning the human inhabitant of
    • Christ-impulse, we penetrate into it and find Christ Himself there,
    • The pupil can then be led by the teacher, so that he can find strength
    • capacities, upon whatever stage he finds himself. But not man alone;
    • that sin will find its adjustment from out the spiritual world. But he
    • Nowhere do we find this stated, if you search the whole Gospel! He
    • form, in the Gospel of St. Luke. Hence we find in that Gospel the
    • experience spiritual science in a Christian way, and find in it an
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    • we find that this portion constitutes a fairly uniform, mushlike
    • gentlemen, when you dissect a corpse, you will find that the right
    • where the nerves are, you will find that there are nerves everywhere
    • Nowadays we find
    • you like, but based on the earth alone you won't find an
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    • we find that this portion constitutes a fairly uniform, mushlike
    • gentlemen, when you dissect a corpse, you will find that the right
    • where the nerves are, you will find that there are nerves everywhere
    • Nowadays we find
    • you like, but based on the earth alone you won't find an
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    • find out if we turn our attention to the worlds which are not
    • unconsciousness. He then finds himself conscious in a world of which
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    • unconsciousness. He then finds himself conscious in a world of which
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    • that they do not find human beings among older people, but for the
    • for many people. This is what we find at the transition from a dark
    • he will find nothing of it here on earth. That is what is going on
    • investigates the great questions of destiny, one finds very
    • to find clear forms of expression should be recognised as unavoidable.
    • is really a question of finding one another, even in the greatest
    • of all today is the finding of other human beings. Wherever they go,
    • they find, not human beings, for the human beings have died, but
    • and believed they were finding the human being. But nothing of what
    • Now the truth is that one cannot find the human being in another
    • something: a man could find the human being in another man. He cannot
    • be able to work together. We shall find our way to one another, and,
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    • that they do not find human beings among older people, but for the
    • for many people. This is what we find at the transition from a dark
    • he will find nothing of it here on earth. That is what is going on
    • investigates the great questions of destiny, one finds very
    • to find clear forms of expression should be recognised as unavoidable.
    • is really a question of finding one another, even in the greatest
    • of all today is the finding of other human beings. Wherever they go,
    • they find, not human beings, for the human beings have died, but
    • and believed they were finding the human being. But nothing of what
    • Now the truth is that one cannot find the human being in another
    • something: a man could find the human being in another man. He cannot
    • be able to work together. We shall find our way to one another, and,
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    • likes and dislikes. You will find in the works of Aristotle, for
    • materialistic. In the writings of Aristotle you can find, for
    • the artist cannot express the world of thought, as it finds
    • inability to find the spiritual, but also an inability to understand
    • This middle condition, he finds, emerges when rational necessity bows
    • could not go so far as to see that the activity which finds material
    • have, in order that we may find our place in the world in the right
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    • likes and dislikes. You will find in the works of Aristotle, for
    • materialistic. In the writings of Aristotle you can find, for
    • the artist cannot express the world of thought, as it finds
    • inability to find the spiritual, but also an inability to understand
    • This middle condition, he finds, emerges when rational necessity bows
    • could not go so far as to see that the activity which finds material
    • have, in order that we may find our place in the world in the right
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    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • me to find that I am not virtuous.” That is his satirical comment
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • oneself seems not very significant — and perhaps one will find a
    • do we find no trace of the peculiar way of thinking we are impelled to
    • If we try to discover what main influence was then at work, we find
    • to find his way through to spirituality in freedom. That is the
    • general, we must look out at the world and find ourselves there, find
    • looked at man, and believed it could find the world in man. The time
    • world and to find there the human being. This is still rejected, even
    • Riddles of the Soul, you will find that revelation corresponds
    • longer finds himself within the social structure.
    • reality of the entire cosmos in order to find man in it, it is
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    • find, in a certain sense, the direction for his life. These four are
    • me to find that I am not virtuous.” That is his satirical comment
    • said to himself: If so many people find so much in Kant, one must let
    • oneself seems not very significant — and perhaps one will find a
    • do we find no trace of the peculiar way of thinking we are impelled to
    • If we try to discover what main influence was then at work, we find
    • to find his way through to spirituality in freedom. That is the
    • general, we must look out at the world and find ourselves there, find
    • looked at man, and believed it could find the world in man. The time
    • world and to find there the human being. This is still rejected, even
    • Riddles of the Soul, you will find that revelation corresponds
    • longer finds himself within the social structure.
    • reality of the entire cosmos in order to find man in it, it is
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    • knowledge of our times; we can find traces of it only in traditions
    • reality. These traditions you will find sometimes very beautifully
    • you will find no mention of the continued working of the Christ
    • you will find
    • so-called historians can find no possible way of including the Christ
    • these will tend increasingly to become experiences of decline. We find
    • healing. This is a truth that must now begin once more to find its way
    • zenith — far from it! For example, you can find today in the
    • source of light. And you will find that wherever people follow this
    • so-called exact sciences; you will find them presented there today. If
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    • knowledge of our times; we can find traces of it only in traditions
    • reality. These traditions you will find sometimes very beautifully
    • you will find no mention of the continued working of the Christ
    • you will find
    • so-called historians can find no possible way of including the Christ
    • these will tend increasingly to become experiences of decline. We find
    • healing. This is a truth that must now begin once more to find its way
    • zenith — far from it! For example, you can find today in the
    • source of light. And you will find that wherever people follow this
    • so-called exact sciences; you will find them presented there today. If
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    • during the first twelve years of life. Again we find the parallelism
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    • during the first twelve years of life. Again we find the parallelism
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    • the so-called tympanum or drum. Behind this you find a number of
    • but it is just in so doing that he finds himself. Here upon Earth we
    • find ourselves by looking away from the outer world and concentrating
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • space now finds expression in the little child's learning to walk and
    • But we find the spiritual sphere, as soon as we reach up to it,
    • 2 To find within oneself the source of moral impulses is of course, as Rudolf Steiner indicated from his
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    • the so-called tympanum or drum. Behind this you find a number of
    • but it is just in so doing that he finds himself. Here upon Earth we
    • find ourselves by looking away from the outer world and concentrating
    • upon our inner being. Between death and a new birth we find ourselves
    • space now finds expression in the little child's learning to walk and
    • But we find the spiritual sphere, as soon as we reach up to it,
    • 2 To find within oneself the source of moral impulses is of course, as Rudolf Steiner indicated from his
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    • fruits of occult science do, of course, find their way out into the world
    • absolutely selfless does it find its way to the sphere of immortality
    • definite colour ... You will always find a colour which is fundamental in
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    • fruits of occult science do, of course, find their way out into the world
    • absolutely selfless does it find its way to the sphere of immortality
    • definite colour ... You will always find a colour which is fundamental in
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    • I am saying this for the reason, my dear friends, that you may find
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    • soul should find its way within these movements which now constituted
    • find his way in the labyrinth of the planetary orbits which now
    • constitute his inner self. For we must find our way, even though we
    • formed here on earth, you find it primitive and simple in contrast
    • Let us suppose that we find that a human being has within him, through
    • order to be able to find the transition from the world which I called
    • no longer come into contact with the Sun Being, he would not find
    • cannot be a whole human being, unless we find the way to this Christ
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    • tone; they will have to find the musical tone in their own
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    • find spirit. It is as though Ibsen wished to say: We men, of modern
    • Tolstoy, attentively and without bias, find in Tolstoy the
    • And here we find a remarkable understanding of death, not as theory or
    • — Open any book on Western science and you will find that it is
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    • find spirit. It is as though Ibsen wished to say: We men, of modern
    • Tolstoy, attentively and without bias, find in Tolstoy the
    • And here we find a remarkable understanding of death, not as theory or
    • — Open any book on Western science and you will find that it is
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    • treading a path that shall end there, we shall find a
    • sorts of people, we shall not be surprised to find that
    • character. With that as our basis we shall find we are not in
    • find in every prayer the force to lead us beyond ourselves.
    • not only feel warmth but we find ourselves intimately within
    • approach the external world, however, we always find it
    • future.” Upon close observation we always find that
    • to all that may come to us from the future, we shall find
    • lost and could not find themselves. When the striving to find
    • continually err if we think we can find the divine, or God,
    • external, we can find God within ourselves.
    • pamphlet on the Lord's Prayer you will find an account
    • sakes that they might find blessedness in their souls. When
    • world the power we have thus won, we find that we are in a
    • sense punished. Thus you will find in the writings of many
    • meditation. If we want to find God only to keep him in our
    • this, that we cannot find God in the external world because
    • the right way and we shall find God. I have even heard
    • world. If only we would look within ourselves, we would find
    • we shall not find in the external world. It is found in the
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    • treading a path that shall end there, we shall find a
    • sorts of people, we shall not be surprised to find that
    • character. With that as our basis we shall find we are not in
    • find in every prayer the force to lead us beyond ourselves.
    • not only feel warmth but we find ourselves intimately within
    • approach the external world, however, we always find it
    • future.” Upon close observation we always find that
    • to all that may come to us from the future, we shall find
    • lost and could not find themselves. When the striving to find
    • continually err if we think we can find the divine, or God,
    • external, we can find God within ourselves.
    • pamphlet on the Lord's Prayer you will find an account
    • sakes that they might find blessedness in their souls. When
    • world the power we have thus won, we find that we are in a
    • sense punished. Thus you will find in the writings of many
    • meditation. If we want to find God only to keep him in our
    • this, that we cannot find God in the external world because
    • the right way and we shall find God. I have even heard
    • world. If only we would look within ourselves, we would find
    • we shall not find in the external world. It is found in the
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    • constitute a Neo-Semitic civilization. We find the happenings of most
    • connected more with the place than with the racial stock. We find Zeus
    • find there a very strong Atlantean element. The Etruscan colony,
    • When we survey the course of the whole development, we find that the
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    • constitute a Neo-Semitic civilization. We find the happenings of most
    • connected more with the place than with the racial stock. We find Zeus
    • find there a very strong Atlantean element. The Etruscan colony,
    • When we survey the course of the whole development, we find that the
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    • find an atmosphere of doubt and uncertainty.) In natural science we
    • he will find nothing whatever to answer his questions. In our present
    • As we shall find, however, even this transient part of man can never
    • our study by placing before you certain facts for which we shall find
    • or “figure” that has been worked into the ether, we find
    • Sun blinds and dazzles, we find it is not so with the spiritual Sun.
    • planetary movements. Strange to say, spiritual sight does not find the
    • if we want to place it within the contour-line, we find that at
    • must express the meaning of the single Cosmic Words. We find that when
    • find the human being in his totality.
    • glands are an after-copy, we find, interwoven with the movements of
    • Cosmic Melody and Cosmic Rhythm, where we find yet another cosmic
    • Kyriotetes, Dynamis. And we would find these same Beings at work when
    • whereas what we find in the animal is only an imitation of the
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    • course be moral and spiritual; we shall however find that we can
    • one who has lived thoughtlessly or wantonly. But we do not find this
    • As human beings begin to find their way into this new kind of life,
    • are formed which later on lead human beings to find one another in
    • reflection of it in the feeling we experience when we find one another
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    • this up a little further. As our study proceeds, we shall find that a
    • are not aware of this, because they do not find it in the text-books;
    • to-day in common with animal nature. We find, therefore, in the Moon
    • saintly man is in his physiognomy, he would not find it
    • forms into which he cannot yet find his way again. He sees other human
    • movements and the whole solar system and, finding it very difficult to
    • the state in which the souls of the dead find themselves in this
    • may still find here and there human beings, initiated in the
    • look, to find the source of all that can so deeply stir our wonder and
    • of the spiritual world with what we find at work precisely in our own,
    • the super-sensible and the material on Earth. We find, therefore, on
    • to one anew when one finds that men had this same knowledge long ago
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    • humanity will be able to find its way back to what was contained in
    • Thoughts. Cosmic Thoughts and Cosmic Speech find a home in the human
    • splendour. It is difficult to find words to describe what the human
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    • able to find at least a partial solution to the riddle, his soul will
    • worthy aspects, and find it again in its deeper meaning from a higher,
    • enhancement of the dignity of human life, you will find that the words
    • super-sensible man, we find ourselves quite naturally turning away from
    • Archangels and Archai; and when we go down into the Earth we find the
    • beholding the marvellous forces by means of which the child finds its
    • and strengthen your soul and enable you to find the solution of a
    • to think. Within these pictures man can find revealed as much of the
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    • first thing that they will find when they enter the
    • second stage of sleep, as I have said, we find in the surging
    • being of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, and so on. But we find
    • ourselves as well. We find ourselves as beings of soul; not,
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    • as you will find in the description of world-evolution in my
    • first thing that they will find when they enter the
    • second stage of sleep, as I have said, we find in the surging
    • being of the Angeloi, Archangeloi, and so on. But we find
    • ourselves as well. We find ourselves as beings of soul; not,
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    • concepts, and then one finds, that the sensible world agrees
    • concepts, he will thus find the network of concepts coincides
    • to know the forces, which form the concepts. You will find
    • experiencing something very curious. You find elucidated
    • find that it is an example of this very connection! On closer
    • causes it, and which I find in the form of the partridge. But
    • creation of the world. Since we find the concepts in the
    • not got we find in the very dialectical method itself, when
    • can find nothing in the primary causes, which could lead to
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    • concepts, and then one finds, that the sensible world agrees
    • concepts, he will thus find the network of concepts coincides
    • to know the forces, which form the concepts. You will find
    • experiencing something very curious. You find elucidated
    • find that it is an example of this very connection! On closer
    • causes it, and which I find in the form of the partridge. But
    • creation of the world. Since we find the concepts in the
    • not got we find in the very dialectical method itself, when
    • can find nothing in the primary causes, which could lead to
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    • to-day. We have to learn to find again a deeper and deeper meaning in
    • only appearance — one finds all those hierarchical beings called
    • real being behind the words — we find the ultimate reality of
    • forming the Lotus-flowers — man finds his connection with the
    • immoral being. He must strip them off, and find his way into the
    • finds the following.
    • In this way we can find again a renewed Mystery wisdom for men; a
    • from the word — of finding real Being in what is at first only
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    • to-day. We have to learn to find again a deeper and deeper meaning in
    • only appearance — one finds all those hierarchical beings called
    • real being behind the words — we find the ultimate reality of
    • forming the Lotus-flowers — man finds his connection with the
    • immoral being. He must strip them off, and find his way into the
    • finds the following.
    • In this way we can find again a renewed Mystery wisdom for men; a
    • from the word — of finding real Being in what is at first only
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    • an event Spiritually, he will find that each time two human beings
    • this religious sentiment is only deep enough, and finds means of
    • when he must find his way out of the materialism which rules the
    • modern materialistic age find it very difficult to feel what I might
    • here before: that Spiritual Science will only find its right place in
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    • this religious sentiment is only deep enough, and finds means of
    • when he must find his way out of the materialism which rules the
    • modern materialistic age find it very difficult to feel what I might
    • here before: that Spiritual Science will only find its right place in
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    • Was in den Tiefen das Echo findet;
    • What in the depths an echo finds;
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    • What in the depths its echo finds;
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    • Was in den Tiefen das Echo findet;
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    • the German Section of the Theosophical* Society we find ourselves in
    • that the more closely he investigated the more he would find
    • they pursue their investigations the more corroboration they will find
    • But now you will find that a testing of this kind requires great
    • out to find confirmations in the physical world for what is stated out
    • find that it ceases to be blind faith if you will really school your
    • thinkers find it comparatively easy to become clairvoyant, and they
    • latter find it difficult to become clairvoyant at all. Here is the
    • will find something lacking in them all. These old books may impart
    • sometimes find people believing the most ridiculous rubbish, just
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    • the German Section of the Theosophical* Society we find ourselves in
    • that the more closely he investigated the more he would find
    • they pursue their investigations the more corroboration they will find
    • But now you will find that a testing of this kind requires great
    • out to find confirmations in the physical world for what is stated out
    • find that it ceases to be blind faith if you will really school your
    • thinkers find it comparatively easy to become clairvoyant, and they
    • latter find it difficult to become clairvoyant at all. Here is the
    • will find something lacking in them all. These old books may impart
    • sometimes find people believing the most ridiculous rubbish, just
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    • clairvoyant faculties, but when we study them we find on the one hand
    • More to the North, in Scandinavia and Northern Russia, we find the
    • existence has made man blind; through Initiation he again finds the
    • and legends of Europe to the Mysteries. We should find a great deal in
    • In all these Mysteries, no matter where we look, we find an element of
    • train. The seeking soul finds the spiritual world; the soul finds the
    • the Mysteries, men sought to find that relation to Christianity
    • outside. Flor and Blancheflor symbolise the finding of the World-Soul,
    • outer figures — the lily symbolises the soul which finds its
    • and is happy when he finds rain-worms!” Truly, materialism
    • is happy when it finds rain-worms and can prove that in a
    • this magic robe. The Spiritual finds its resurrection in man, in the
    • human soul that rises above itself. — To enable the soul to find
    • this path is the task of Spiritual Science. Thus does spirit find
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    • clairvoyant faculties, but when we study them we find on the one hand
    • More to the North, in Scandinavia and Northern Russia, we find the
    • existence has made man blind; through Initiation he again finds the
    • and legends of Europe to the Mysteries. We should find a great deal in
    • In all these Mysteries, no matter where we look, we find an element of
    • train. The seeking soul finds the spiritual world; the soul finds the
    • the Mysteries, men sought to find that relation to Christianity
    • outside. Flor and Blancheflor symbolise the finding of the World-Soul,
    • outer figures — the lily symbolises the soul which finds its
    • and is happy when he finds rain-worms!” Truly, materialism
    • is happy when it finds rain-worms and can prove that in a
    • this magic robe. The Spiritual finds its resurrection in man, in the
    • human soul that rises above itself. — To enable the soul to find
    • this path is the task of Spiritual Science. Thus does spirit find
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    • soul can be so transformed as to find the Christ. Old Meister Eckhardt
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    • Christianity, we find, in what is known as the ‘Gnosis,’
    • Gnostic Christ, if you will; so that by the Middle Ages we find
    • rituals with the essential features in the various Gospels we find,
    • we shall not set any less value on the Gospels because we find in
    • can find in his innermost being. Therefore the effect of true
    • And now we can say that Spiritual Science finds itself also in
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
    • which man finds himself in regard to the world is not the true one;
    • and no longer find the process of the soul’s rebirth at a
    • power that binds all beings; in this self-conquest he first finds his
    • own true being, as all humanity can indeed find itself in Christ.”
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    • Christianity, we find, in what is known as the ‘Gnosis,’
    • Gnostic Christ, if you will; so that by the Middle Ages we find
    • rituals with the essential features in the various Gospels we find,
    • we shall not set any less value on the Gospels because we find in
    • can find in his innermost being. Therefore the effect of true
    • And now we can say that Spiritual Science finds itself also in
    • sense our age finds itself in a position that must be entirely
    • which man finds himself in regard to the world is not the true one;
    • and no longer find the process of the soul’s rebirth at a
    • power that binds all beings; in this self-conquest he first finds his
    • own true being, as all humanity can indeed find itself in Christ.”
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    • mathematical concepts. Men must have patience to find their bearings
    • again we find Mystics describing the nature and mode of their
    • find that the mystical life is the source of them all.
    • In motif after motif we find Richard Wagner expressing in the tones of
    • And now, if we turn to Lohengrin, what do we find? Lohengrin is
    • we find it set forth in the Lohengrin myth. It is an age when the new
    • new principles find their way into evolution. What enters thus into
    • Wherever we look we find that as an artist and as a human being,
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    • mathematical concepts. Men must have patience to find their bearings
    • again we find Mystics describing the nature and mode of their
    • find that the mystical life is the source of them all.
    • In motif after motif we find Richard Wagner expressing in the tones of
    • And now, if we turn to Lohengrin, what do we find? Lohengrin is
    • we find it set forth in the Lohengrin myth. It is an age when the new
    • new principles find their way into evolution. What enters thus into
    • Wherever we look we find that as an artist and as a human being,
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Wisdom in the Early Christian Centuries
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    • acquired by reason, as we find it in Scholasticism. Knowledge through
    • shall find that the characteristics of this knowledge through
    • But then we find that from the fifth century A.D. onwards, this old
    • This is what we find to-day in famous histories of philosophy and
    • will there find peoples who give names to their Gods. Turn to the
    • A.D. we find a School which began to oppose the ancient principle of
    • Beings. As Christianity began to find its way into Roman culture, the
    • you will find the same. According to the Egyptian priests, a God and
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    • acquired by reason, as we find it in Scholasticism. Knowledge through
    • shall find that the characteristics of this knowledge through
    • But then we find that from the fifth century A.D. onwards, this old
    • This is what we find to-day in famous histories of philosophy and
    • will there find peoples who give names to their Gods. Turn to the
    • A.D. we find a School which began to oppose the ancient principle of
    • Beings. As Christianity began to find its way into Roman culture, the
    • you will find the same. According to the Egyptian priests, a God and
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    • it can find, on the one hand, the mechanization of the spirit, the
    • for there you will find that these things
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    • it can find, on the one hand, the mechanization of the spirit, the
    • for there you will find that these things
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • you will find that they describe all the other beings in such a
    • earth, we may indeed find certain differences among men, but these
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • doing so. But in his books we may find the following peculiar
    • contained in the astral body. And again, we find that if nothing else
    • brain; such a lot, that many people find it is too much to learn all
    • they find as a model, outside, in Nature; thus the inner
    • shall find in the four Karamasov brothers four human beings who
    • of humanity. In Dmitri we find that the Ego is preponderant; in
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    • you will find that they describe all the other beings in such a
    • earth, we may indeed find certain differences among men, but these
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • doing so. But in his books we may find the following peculiar
    • contained in the astral body. And again, we find that if nothing else
    • brain; such a lot, that many people find it is too much to learn all
    • they find as a model, outside, in Nature; thus the inner
    • shall find in the four Karamasov brothers four human beings who
    • of humanity. In Dmitri we find that the Ego is preponderant; in
  • Title: Lecture: And The Temple Becomes Man
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    • find its way into the later temples of the third epoch, into
    • mysterious language. In the interior of the temple I find everything
    • Egypt, we find something altogether different. Sphinxes and
    • their place, we find indications in the innermost sanctuary, of how
    • temples of Greece, we find that they retain the basic principle of
    • should find, inasmuch as the countenance expresses the inner man,
    • It is within man that we find the holy of holies —
    • accessible only to those who can find the way from the outer to the
    • deeply concealed in man as to be unable to find expression in his
    • respect of dynamic perfection you will find nothing except the Greek
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • strike upon the walls they will find something to which they are so
    • men of old, for finding styles of architecture and of building and
    • repulsion that an artist must feel when he finds one of his own works
    • whether what I now have to say will find an echo or not! When we read
    • celebrates its resurrection. Nobody will rejoice to find the world
    • the question of whether Anthroposophy will find a wider response in
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    • find its way into the later temples of the third epoch, into
    • mysterious language. In the interior of the temple I find everything
    • Egypt, we find something altogether different. Sphinxes and
    • their place, we find indications in the innermost sanctuary, of how
    • temples of Greece, we find that they retain the basic principle of
    • should find, inasmuch as the countenance expresses the inner man,
    • It is within man that we find the holy of holies —
    • accessible only to those who can find the way from the outer to the
    • deeply concealed in man as to be unable to find expression in his
    • respect of dynamic perfection you will find nothing except the Greek
    • begin with, the new impulse had to find its way through architectural
    • strike upon the walls they will find something to which they are so
    • men of old, for finding styles of architecture and of building and
    • repulsion that an artist must feel when he finds one of his own works
    • whether what I now have to say will find an echo or not! When we read
    • celebrates its resurrection. Nobody will rejoice to find the world
    • the question of whether Anthroposophy will find a wider response in
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    • we find the most varied stages of development among the human
    • time and find it in a previous fleshly incarnation, trace it farther
    • back and find it again in another incarnation, and so on. Instead, we
    • course of time, we may perhaps not find it at all in a former fleshly
    • If we observe this man Shem a little more closely, we find that his
    • Hebrew people. This personality is the one you find in Biblical
    • Shem so that later he could give Abraham the impulse you find so
    • body, and we could find other personalities in this period who had
    • find, on the basis of judgment and intellect, verifications and
    • ourselves. We then find the whole process of our world evolution
    • on the Moon the astral body, and then on the earth, the ego. We find
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    • we find the most varied stages of development among the human
    • time and find it in a previous fleshly incarnation, trace it farther
    • back and find it again in another incarnation, and so on. Instead, we
    • course of time, we may perhaps not find it at all in a former fleshly
    • If we observe this man Shem a little more closely, we find that his
    • Hebrew people. This personality is the one you find in Biblical
    • Shem so that later he could give Abraham the impulse you find so
    • body, and we could find other personalities in this period who had
    • find, on the basis of judgment and intellect, verifications and
    • ourselves. We then find the whole process of our world evolution
    • on the Moon the astral body, and then on the earth, the ego. We find
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    • in all likelihood find the things on Earth quite unintelligible. Yet
    • ideas were interwoven. Here upon Earth man felt that he must find
    • Spirit must I find again. But I have departed far from Him.”
    • we must find our way to it again, for only when we can feel His
    • spiritual insight will find it as I have said. He will see at the
    • following is what we find: — First there were the more
    • shall we find the spiritual World again?” But in the Mysteries
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
    • From his knowledge of spiritual worlds he finds the
    • being will find as it were its summation in the spontaneous inner
    • destiny if in this earthly life he does not find the Christ who can
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    • in all likelihood find the things on Earth quite unintelligible. Yet
    • ideas were interwoven. Here upon Earth man felt that he must find
    • Spirit must I find again. But I have departed far from Him.”
    • we must find our way to it again, for only when we can feel His
    • spiritual insight will find it as I have said. He will see at the
    • following is what we find: — First there were the more
    • shall we find the spiritual World again?” But in the Mysteries
    • consciousness, feel the greatest satisfaction) he finds himself
    • From his knowledge of spiritual worlds he finds the
    • being will find as it were its summation in the spontaneous inner
    • destiny if in this earthly life he does not find the Christ who can
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    • are not, we find we have to fall back upon something which is
    • depend so much upon theories, we should find that we could far more
    • the conception is clear that fundamentally the Buddhist finds his
    • which the Buddhist would escape: i.e. the way to the finding
    • minutest particulars. For instance, one can find in Buddhism
    • moment with what we find in St. Matthew. First we hear the mighty
    • inner revelation of the Word, when men will find a substitute for the
    • inherent in his Ego, will know the remedy for his pain. He will find
    • significance, because the ‘ I ’ is now to find the
    • healing balm within. Blessed are they who can now no longer find in
    • your own inner self; then shall ye find the force necessary for
    • the greatest of human beings, leaving his palace and finding a
    • corpse-finding Death — could conceive of it thus: ‘Death
    • died at Potsdam in 1889) who, because they cannot find in any
    • external concepts what truly fills their rich inner life, try to find
    • we find the very opposite in Goethe's picture of the struggling
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    • are not, we find we have to fall back upon something which is
    • depend so much upon theories, we should find that we could far more
    • the conception is clear that fundamentally the Buddhist finds his
    • which the Buddhist would escape: i.e. the way to the finding
    • minutest particulars. For instance, one can find in Buddhism
    • moment with what we find in St. Matthew. First we hear the mighty
    • inner revelation of the Word, when men will find a substitute for the
    • inherent in his Ego, will know the remedy for his pain. He will find
    • significance, because the ‘ I ’ is now to find the
    • healing balm within. Blessed are they who can now no longer find in
    • your own inner self; then shall ye find the force necessary for
    • the greatest of human beings, leaving his palace and finding a
    • corpse-finding Death — could conceive of it thus: ‘Death
    • died at Potsdam in 1889) who, because they cannot find in any
    • external concepts what truly fills their rich inner life, try to find
    • we find the very opposite in Goethe's picture of the struggling
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    • we should find that the attempts to characterise in this external way
    • fired, and on waking find that a chair beside the bed has fallen
    • instance, we find imitation when the other members of the soul are as
    • languages, says Mauthner, we find that they by no means, correctly
    • When in the Chinese language, for instance, we find the
    • sphere of Spiritual Science and you will find that a true Spiritual
    • place a verb arbitrarily at the beginning or end. You will find that
    • find that in three consecutive sentences, the middle one is not
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    • we should find that the attempts to characterise in this external way
    • fired, and on waking find that a chair beside the bed has fallen
    • instance, we find imitation when the other members of the soul are as
    • languages, says Mauthner, we find that they by no means, correctly
    • When in the Chinese language, for instance, we find the
    • sphere of Spiritual Science and you will find that a true Spiritual
    • place a verb arbitrarily at the beginning or end. You will find that
    • find that in three consecutive sentences, the middle one is not
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    • If we consider the relationship man has to-day to language, we find
    • the Greek civilisation, we find that man's relation to language
    • If now we go back into more remote ages, we find something different
    • older times we find words that express how man reacts, what he finds
    • even only as far as ancient Egypt and Chaldea, we find in every land
    • speech or language, then we find that the language of feeling
    • obliged to turn to the past for Imaginations, to find in the
    • the knowledge of the Event that finds its way into the hearts
    • Asia things have not yet gone so far, but as we go West we find
    • which finds its culmination in the Mystery of Golgotha with the
    • writings, but earnest and persistent work is needed to find them
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    • If we consider the relationship man has to-day to language, we find
    • the Greek civilisation, we find that man's relation to language
    • If now we go back into more remote ages, we find something different
    • older times we find words that express how man reacts, what he finds
    • even only as far as ancient Egypt and Chaldea, we find in every land
    • speech or language, then we find that the language of feeling
    • obliged to turn to the past for Imaginations, to find in the
    • the knowledge of the Event that finds its way into the hearts
    • Asia things have not yet gone so far, but as we go West we find
    • which finds its culmination in the Mystery of Golgotha with the
    • writings, but earnest and persistent work is needed to find them
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    • the learning will not be of the kind that finds favour to-day. It
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    • to find what is hidden there, in the depths of the soul.
    • find, for they are on the lookout for it. It is an isolated province
    • and further down, we find at length what plays upward into the soul
    • will find such hints at one place and another, albeit they are rather
    • difficulties through our own conduct — which difficulties find
    • lived, it made it easier for the dead to find the way to them. In
    • experienced in the microcosm, in man himself, always finds expression
    • and here. You will find a great deal about the conditions of
    • it. Then, when we have got rid of it, then do we find within us —
    • the spiritual world. This being so, you will no longer find it
    • find our own Ego-being; and we shall behold from outside the
    • own Ego, only then can we find our true way again into physical
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    • to find what is hidden there, in the depths of the soul.
    • find, for they are on the lookout for it. It is an isolated province
    • and further down, we find at length what plays upward into the soul
    • will find such hints at one place and another, albeit they are rather
    • difficulties through our own conduct — which difficulties find
    • lived, it made it easier for the dead to find the way to them. In
    • experienced in the microcosm, in man himself, always finds expression
    • and here. You will find a great deal about the conditions of
    • it. Then, when we have got rid of it, then do we find within us —
    • the spiritual world. This being so, you will no longer find it
    • find our own Ego-being; and we shall behold from outside the
    • own Ego, only then can we find our true way again into physical
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    • between head-man and heart-man. Mankind unable to find connection of
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    • Tacitus; there Tacitus also describes the Gods that he finds in the
    • Gods whom he finds there. In spite of the fact that the Gods whom he
    • and could give them the Roman names. We find in the ‘Germania’
    • the Greeks find a certain relationship between their own conception
    • It is, of course, quite unthinkable that one would find the same
    • deeper, one finds that the Greeks had the consciousness that these
    • Prometheus myth, the Greek already desired to find some kind of
    • You can still find this knowledge in Jacob Boehme and Paracelsus,
    • ‘Earth’ — not the ordinary earth which we find
    • one cannot find in what is said about lightning and thunder; for the
    • deeper is the natural science one finds in it, only a different one,
    • human being on the physical plane if one wants to find Osiris, one
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    • find the corpse; that means to find the picture-script transformed
    • into the letter-script — to find the corpse of Osiris. The
    • Now today you find in
    • and it all points to how man sought to find a recognizable connection
    • You will always find, however, that what on the one hand, rightly
    • And when you find
    • said, an immensely clever literature exists which seeks to find out
    • were, must take place: man must find the way back again to the
    • alive again, we must find ways and means to bring Osiris to life. I
    • find forms of experience which are common to the dead and the
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    • further sought to find our way again, from a certain aspect, in the
    • Testament. The search of many human beings to find their right way
    • one finds a second time what one has found a first time, one takes
    • concepts that he could find and convince one that all these
    • have now been collected. For one still finds in these popular
    • must draw near the human soul, if the soul is to find what is so
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    • of painting everything in glowing colours must not find entry into
    • the way, and can, if he proceeds rightly, find the way into the
    • spiritual world. In particular he can find the way to his true, his
    • if a man will — but he must will — of his finding
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    • To be sure, one might find it today reactionary if such a man as
    • Napoleonic age. And he finds that the deeper reason of the disorder
    • nevertheless, with this feeling he finds support in the already
    • scientific writers. It is not very often that one finds that someone
    • present time, one can always find in it something new that grips the
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    • ‘The Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas’.] You will find
    • head however will look to the heart and will find there the mysteries
    • learn; I must first be as old as he before I can find it in myself.
    • mystery for me, since I can hear it from his mouth, but cannot find
    • organism. One could find one's way about in it up to now, if one
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    • often find themselves
    • find water or metals under the earth by means of the divining-rod. In
    • as scientific findings, since Professor Benedict has published the
    • physical aura which Professor Benedict is able to find by natural
    • nationalistic. All the dividing of men into groups that finds a place
    • we come down to earth from the spiritual world, to find a place in a
    • He finds in the out-streaming substance, forces which take him into
    • real being of soul and spirit fairly early finds its spiritual grave
    • find my grave, has but a transitory appearance in the cosmos.’
    • One can find examples
    • been very well received in Switzerland. But one can find remarkable
    • mankind. For do we not find that journalists — with all respect
    • be it spoken — write what they find accepted as general
    • time, so that man can find on earth what he formerly received from
    • Aphorisms of Novalis you find the beautiful expression — I have
    • take all earlier wars you will always find that fundamentally in
    • history and not find it. You can take such grievous events in earlier
    • Mongols, and you will always find that they were quite definite
    • you will and you will find that it was certain territorial changes,
    • event for humanity. Men no longer find from out their soul the
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    • in so doing find a new point of contact between our daily life and
    • two sides. He finds one view of the world when, for example, he
    • meaning of all that I behold out there finds its best fulfilment when
    • find ideals which God has inscribed into my heart, and which it is
    • ideals that be finds inscribed in his heart. Why is it the one is so
    • knowledge, you will always find them say: Yes, of course, we arrive
    • when we want to find out whether something is real.
    • when we put ourselves about to find it, but when we take pains to
    • following interesting observation — you will find it in my
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    • point of view as a practical rule of life you will find that there
    • you will always find proofs adduced both for and
    • time.” You will find that Kant puts, perhaps on the other side
    • fall to pieces. We should, in fact, soon find it crumble away if we
    • sees a wolf and describes it. He finds that there are other animals
    • in the world of the senses, for which we can find no other word than
    • And when this takes place man finds that he has an altogether new way
    • once he finds he cannot leave it as it is, this juicy green leaf; the
    • those are the two things that we find intermingled with one another
    • him he will always find that while some parts of the being arouse in
    • working find actual expression. When it, so to speak, withdraws from
    • there you find a coming into existence, there you find budding,
    • bring us great pain. You will find in my book,
    • before them with our power of judgment and find only that the one is
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    • how the human physical body is of the same substance as we find in
    • we find them combined in such a way as to force us to conclude that
    • evolution we find that the eyes of man did not originally belong to
    • to find words for it when there is no such experience! —
    • Hence it is that in the case of every sense organ we find the very
    • your intellect in a schematic way, you will always find that reality
    • elaborated in all kinds of ways. As a matter of fact you find the
    • find it most difficult to go through the world saying to himself:
    • revealed. You will find this set forth, for example, in my
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    • without prejudice we find that it is its extension in space. No one
    • matter in space we shall very soon find in them another quality
    • will find that you can think of nothing as a standard for time but
    • find you can call your “soul” all you have experienced,
    • you is very nearly exactly what occult observation finds in the case
    • breaking that takes place out of the spirit but finds a world already
    • in the sense world. Then the matter that we find in the bodies of the
    • plants; and, lastly, the matter that we find in the body of man and
    • into the Intuition. And so when you find a drawing of the skeleton in
    • find in the physical world any reflection of the world of
    • Imagination! Whoever knows what the skeleton really is may find, when
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    • obliged to say that we can find extraordinarily little progressive
    • the thoroughly experienced clairvoyant does not indeed find to be
    • clairvoyant lets it work upon him he finds an outward similarity in
    • And now we can find an answer to
    • it were mediating between the two, we find a substance of which we
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    • descending evolution, and when we take an organ like the ear we find
    • also find something that is in an ascending evolution, something that
    • kingdoms of nature, and will learn to find — not through
    • we find in the root of a plant corresponds in a manner to the human
    • that belongs to the system of the lungs. Here we may find an
    • such as this we shall find, my dear friends, that we come across
    • must also think of what would happen to the beings who have to find
    • give attention to such things and you will find they occur constantly
    • further; and when you examine carefully you find that a few days ago
    • we shall find without fail that the child of wisdom will be love.
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    • still find the after-effects of the etheric body, that is to say, all
    • returns, and how the ego in a certain way finds it again. We can
    • Indeed he finds in the very surprise awakened by his results a sort
    • spiritual researcher finds that it is made especially complicated
    • must contrast this with another European population, which we find in
    • from the outside than from the inside. That is why we find in America
    • place. Hence we find the souls who were incarnated in the south
    • in American Indian bodies. Over in Asia we find the souls who lived
    • intellectualism. In this we also find something hinted at, but in an
    • is not only in science that we find materialism, but throughout all
    • announce the results of their spiritual research; for we shall find
    • very awareness really to find the basis from which he, in his
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    • still find the after-effects of the etheric body, that is to say, all
    • returns, and how the ego in a certain way finds it again. We can
    • Indeed he finds in the very surprise awakened by his results a sort
    • spiritual researcher finds that it is made especially complicated
    • must contrast this with another European population, which we find in
    • from the outside than from the inside. That is why we find in America
    • place. Hence we find the souls who were incarnated in the south
    • in American Indian bodies. Over in Asia we find the souls who lived
    • intellectualism. In this we also find something hinted at, but in an
    • is not only in science that we find materialism, but throughout all
    • announce the results of their spiritual research; for we shall find
    • very awareness really to find the basis from which he, in his
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    • separated from the physical and etheric bodies during sleep, we find
    • connection between the Ego and the limbs, we find an inclination to
    • walk, to find equilibrium, to differentiate the functions of feet and
    • sleep. We can then find the way rightly into the spiritual world
    • find our way into the spiritual world to live out there our life
    • in his human environment, he does not find a true link with the
    • we find the details uniting and forming one whole. Contradictions may
    • finds his true bearings in Anthroposophy. More important than the
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    • separated from the physical and etheric bodies during sleep, we find
    • connection between the Ego and the limbs, we find an inclination to
    • walk, to find equilibrium, to differentiate the functions of feet and
    • sleep. We can then find the way rightly into the spiritual world
    • find our way into the spiritual world to live out there our life
    • in his human environment, he does not find a true link with the
    • we find the details uniting and forming one whole. Contradictions may
    • finds his true bearings in Anthroposophy. More important than the
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    • in the beautiful prose-hymn, Nature, we find over the whole a
    • that we first meet with the ideas which we find later in such
    • Only here and there do we find references to his innermost convictions.
    • In Faust, we also find represented the
    • There he is to find what remains of Helena. She is to be
    • Nor for thy tread find solid ground!
    • world he will find the real essence of Man.
    • In this thy Naught, the All I hope to find.
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    • in the beautiful prose-hymn, Nature, we find over the whole a
    • that we first meet with the ideas which we find later in such
    • Only here and there do we find references to his innermost convictions.
    • In Faust, we also find represented the
    • There he is to find what remains of Helena. She is to be
    • Nor for thy tread find solid ground!
    • world he will find the real essence of Man.
    • In this thy Naught, the All I hope to find.
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    • at the poems he composed in his youth and we shall find that there
    • find that they reveal just this attitude of mind. Then a great
    • It is only now that Goethe finds a world in which his soul really
    • agreement. Goethe could never fully find his way into the view of the
    • Scotus Erigena in the ninth century will find no trace of similarity
    • That is why it is so wonderful to find reference in certain
    • the third millennium B.C., we find a life of soul
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    • at the poems he composed in his youth and we shall find that there
    • find that they reveal just this attitude of mind. Then a great
    • It is only now that Goethe finds a world in which his soul really
    • agreement. Goethe could never fully find his way into the view of the
    • Scotus Erigena in the ninth century will find no trace of similarity
    • That is why it is so wonderful to find reference in certain
    • the third millennium B.C., we find a life of soul
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    • find the reality of the higher worlds, we embark upon serious and
    • they find descriptions of how the human being, in his primeval forms, was
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    • find the reality of the higher worlds, we embark upon serious and
    • they find descriptions of how the human being, in his primeval forms, was
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    • Hans would find himself. And now, what was the history of Duke Hans’
    • investigate these things we shall find clear evidence of a rhythmic
    • past, the more we shall find that the utterances of the ancient
    • in human life, what does it really signify? We shall find the answer
    • primary step is to find out whether it did not originate from grains
    • life, may express themselves in deeds or they may find no outlet in
    • in olden times, will find a picture rising up before him as a
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    • Hans would find himself. And now, what was the history of Duke Hans’
    • investigate these things we shall find clear evidence of a rhythmic
    • past, the more we shall find that the utterances of the ancient
    • in human life, what does it really signify? We shall find the answer
    • primary step is to find out whether it did not originate from grains
    • life, may express themselves in deeds or they may find no outlet in
    • in olden times, will find a picture rising up before him as a
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    • find a dwelling-place only during the hours of night.
    • philosophy, we find that the Priest-Initiates of the Mysteries in their
    • “Songs of Homer” finds a way out by saying that Homer never
    • you will find sculptured heads of Homer. I am not saying that the
    • development were created. Then pass to the second Song; again we find a
    • learn what we ourselves have to do in order to find help as did the
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    • Moon-Beings who, having become homeless, were obliged to find dwelling
    • academic scholars, which they try at all costs to avoid. They find
    • these other Spirits to find the earth a fruitful, not an unfruitful
    • night. These Beings who should be able to find paths in the carbonised
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    • configuration of man into the ether-world, find no paths in the
    • find paths and are able to live. During the day it is still possible
    • the modern age to find something that is not merely passive,
    • cannot get away from intellectualism. Modern man cannot find his way
    • out of intellectualism any more than the ancient Egyptian could find
    • mysteries, we find that as late as the first half of the nineteenth
    • with care and you will find clear indications of this. Even when he had
    • find flashes of spiritual wisdom which he is not able to express in the
    • because the elementary Earth-Spirits find a foothold in the ceremonies,
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    • interpret what they find when they dig down into the earth, will say:
    • been preserved from remote antiquity. But we never find that the
    • would find that this is never the case. In these ritualistic enactments
    • egoistical element finds its way. People only turn to religion when
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    • East who preceded the Greek philosophers and you will find in them no
    • have read, perhaps those of the Freemasons. You will find that there
    • eighties of last century, you will find the sentence: Goethe is both
    • logical deduction might find itself in a position similar to one of
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    • 1170. But we find that even external history mentions all kinds of
    • Europe desirous of visiting the Grave of the Redeemer might find their
    • therefore more and more impossible to find appropriate language in
    • no means of so shaping their concepts and ideas that they could find
    • still faintly glimmering in this stream could no longer find its way
    • is the human being to find his orientation in the ether-world, in the
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    • soul life-and we find that it is kindled by the external world, that
    • after all, to find some access enabling us to participate in these
    • do we find something that can teach us how to transcend our ordinary
    • which transcends our consciousness. And, again, we find that it is a
    • soul-spiritual part. If we follow this process, we find that this
    • if we observe these two things supersensibly, we find that it is like
    • you will find, however, that this kind of
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    • soul life-and we find that it is kindled by the external world, that
    • after all, to find some access enabling us to participate in these
    • do we find something that can teach us how to transcend our ordinary
    • which transcends our consciousness. And, again, we find that it is a
    • soul-spiritual part. If we follow this process, we find that this
    • if we observe these two things supersensibly, we find that it is like
    • you will find, however, that this kind of
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    • that they could find the soul-spiritual by seeking it in the ordinary
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    • that they could find the soul-spiritual by seeking it in the ordinary
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    • the world. In our modern civilisation we find that what is contained
    • of the ancient Mystery-sites. You may find these things
    • anthroposophical literature. There, you will find that an ancient
    • Egyptian conceptions of medicine, we shall find that the doctor was
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    • the world. In our modern civilisation we find that what is contained
    • of the ancient Mystery-sites. You may find these things
    • anthroposophical literature. There, you will find that an ancient
    • Egyptian conceptions of medicine, we shall find that the doctor was
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    • of years before the present time, we find that it presented an aspect
    • we look back through spiritual vision, we therefore find that the
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    • of years before the present time, we find that it presented an aspect
    • we look back through spiritual vision, we therefore find that the
  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • our time, will find that this is quite an insane idea. Spiritual
    • forces, and in these we may find certain impressions from the
    • particular task. You will find this in many of my lectures. And we
    • these etheric bodies will find that among the many fruits that will
    • we but find the possibility of recognising what is taking place now,
    • a prey to Lucifer and Ahriman, if we do not find the possibility of
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    • our time, will find that this is quite an insane idea. Spiritual
    • forces, and in these we may find certain impressions from the
    • particular task. You will find this in many of my lectures. And we
    • these etheric bodies will find that among the many fruits that will
    • we but find the possibility of recognising what is taking place now,
    • a prey to Lucifer and Ahriman, if we do not find the possibility of
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    • before he descends to earthly life. And yet we find in Jacob Boehme’s
    • we find in him a knowledge of the universe which he expresses in
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • object of finding knowledge of the universe. He had really ‘lost’
    • perception of taste. We find that while the sense of taste is
    • which we do not find in crystallised form, but formless, in dust and
    • investigate outer nature to find out the true configuration of salt.
    • heads in the air saying that they have studied Jacob Boehme and find
    • We, however, find it possible to exist with such ideas. The majority
    • very different from what they now find (i.e., at the beginning of our
    • search is made for an indication of this ancestor, we find
    • are by no means so opposed to Philistinism that they would find it
    • man, who can no longer find himself in his inner being, finds himself
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    • before he descends to earthly life. And yet we find in Jacob Boehme’s
    • we find in him a knowledge of the universe which he expresses in
    • turn to Lord Bacon of Verulam, we find that he, in reality, no longer
    • object of finding knowledge of the universe. He had really ‘lost’
    • perception of taste. We find that while the sense of taste is
    • which we do not find in crystallised form, but formless, in dust and
    • investigate outer nature to find out the true configuration of salt.
    • heads in the air saying that they have studied Jacob Boehme and find
    • We, however, find it possible to exist with such ideas. The majority
    • very different from what they now find (i.e., at the beginning of our
    • search is made for an indication of this ancestor, we find
    • are by no means so opposed to Philistinism that they would find it
    • man, who can no longer find himself in his inner being, finds himself
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    • Hence a peculiar situation is brought about for those who find their
    • Society. One can find one's way into other societies too, and could
    • our desire to experience it so — will find expression and take
    • learns to find his way still more deeply into the spiritual kingdoms
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    • Hence a peculiar situation is brought about for those who find their
    • Society. One can find one's way into other societies too, and could
    • our desire to experience it so — will find expression and take
    • learns to find his way still more deeply into the spiritual kingdoms
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    • in which the initiate finds himself in his relation to
    • catacombs! There we find the first followers of Christianity, of the
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    • in which the initiate finds himself in his relation to
    • catacombs! There we find the first followers of Christianity, of the
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    • It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path
    • IT IS A NECESSITY OF OUR EARNEST TIMES TO FIND AGAIN
    • We find instead that
    • further we go back, the more we find in ancient times — in the
    • be read, he says, in such a way as to find in them only the man,
    • enabling us to find the spirit anew, and to cultivate in human life,
    • gradually find the path enabling you, in the present difficult and
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    • It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path
    • IT IS A NECESSITY OF OUR EARNEST TIMES TO FIND AGAIN
    • We find instead that
    • further we go back, the more we find in ancient times — in the
    • be read, he says, in such a way as to find in them only the man,
    • enabling us to find the spirit anew, and to cultivate in human life,
    • gradually find the path enabling you, in the present difficult and
  • Title: Lecture: The Relation of the Movement for Religious Renewal to the Anthroposophical Movement
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    • only find where anthroposophical Spiritual Science is making its way
    • mind and heart, do not immediately find their way to the
    • the principle that he who finds his way into it knows that what is
    • out of the natural tendencies of their heart and mind were to find
    • cultural life, cannot find their way into the Anthroposophical
    • spiritual truths. They will then find the way, which will be on the
    • no significance for those who find the way into Anthroposophy, but is
    • intended for those who, to begin with, cannot find this way. And as
    • there are numbers of people who cannot find their way into the
    • for Religious Renewal to find its feet, I have necessarily had to
    • because it does not at once succeed in finding adherents among
    • I know, my dear friends, that there are always some who find it
    • cannot yet find their way into the Anthroposophical Society itself.
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    • only find where anthroposophical Spiritual Science is making its way
    • mind and heart, do not immediately find their way to the
    • the principle that he who finds his way into it knows that what is
    • out of the natural tendencies of their heart and mind were to find
    • cultural life, cannot find their way into the Anthroposophical
    • spiritual truths. They will then find the way, which will be on the
    • no significance for those who find the way into Anthroposophy, but is
    • intended for those who, to begin with, cannot find this way. And as
    • there are numbers of people who cannot find their way into the
    • for Religious Renewal to find its feet, I have necessarily had to
    • because it does not at once succeed in finding adherents among
    • I know, my dear friends, that there are always some who find it
    • cannot yet find their way into the Anthroposophical Society itself.
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    • the etheric body, we shall find that it is neither visible nor
    • which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays, in “The
    • crossed the portal of death before us, we find these souls, as it
    • were. The word “to find” really applies to physical
    • which souls approach other souls. This “finding” of the
    • that he should leave the spiritual world. Now he must once more find
    • difference between a soul that is gradually finding its way into the
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    • the etheric body, we shall find that it is neither visible nor
    • which you will find described in one of the Mystery Plays, in “The
    • crossed the portal of death before us, we find these souls, as it
    • were. The word “to find” really applies to physical
    • which souls approach other souls. This “finding” of the
    • that he should leave the spiritual world. Now he must once more find
    • difference between a soul that is gradually finding its way into the
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    • should also be able to find in evolution a stage that reveals this
    • on “Kalevala”, you will find in it all these
    • its own nature. If we study the Finnish nation, we shall find that it
    • were, so that his soul may find from various sides what it requires,
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    • should also be able to find in evolution a stage that reveals this
    • on “Kalevala”, you will find in it all these
    • its own nature. If we study the Finnish nation, we shall find that it
    • were, so that his soul may find from various sides what it requires,
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    • to the root of the matter, we shall find that such works could never
    • hidden sources of Wisdom. This is what we find when we set out to
    • will find that they can all be traced back to deeper sources. Whether
    • other religions so with Christianity too we find its foundations in
    • of Wisdom. We look to Greece, to Egypt, to Rome, everywhere we find
    • must never lag behind but always press on to find the Higher Truths.
    • of finding new revelations in his dream life; he can experience
    • pupil to receive aright the influence of these words and find the
    • Mysteries must find a way to tell what cannot be expressed in words.
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    • to the root of the matter, we shall find that such works could never
    • hidden sources of Wisdom. This is what we find when we set out to
    • will find that they can all be traced back to deeper sources. Whether
    • other religions so with Christianity too we find its foundations in
    • of Wisdom. We look to Greece, to Egypt, to Rome, everywhere we find
    • must never lag behind but always press on to find the Higher Truths.
    • of finding new revelations in his dream life; he can experience
    • pupil to receive aright the influence of these words and find the
    • Mysteries must find a way to tell what cannot be expressed in words.
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    • only to those who find access to them through special training.
    • live with this Gospel we shall find the way into a new future of
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    • only to those who find access to them through special training.
    • live with this Gospel we shall find the way into a new future of
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    • spiritual, psychological and practical conditions they find
    • honest seeking will find, if he practices self-observation, that this
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • the Movement should find themselves in the first phase with their
    • thinking and feeling person one finds satisfaction there because one
    • justifiably so dissatisfied with. One finds satisfaction in the
    • people find anthroposophy a rewarding subject to write about; these
    • also find the strength needed to bring through to a wholesome
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    • spiritual, psychological and practical conditions they find
    • honest seeking will find, if he practices self-observation, that this
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • the Movement should find themselves in the first phase with their
    • thinking and feeling person one finds satisfaction there because one
    • justifiably so dissatisfied with. One finds satisfaction in the
    • people find anthroposophy a rewarding subject to write about; these
    • also find the strength needed to bring through to a wholesome
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    • the least endowed with this modesty. They either explain what they find in
    • Art must of course reckon with this Black Art which finds expression in
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    • the least endowed with this modesty. They either explain what they find in
    • Art must of course reckon with this Black Art which finds expression in
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    • memory. Every question of this kind that might be asked will find an
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    • must the matter be taken superficially. You can find plenty of
    • to try to find the setting that will have just the right effect on
    • the character of the ego. To find the right cure, you need, in
    • still runs late. For you would find, on closer examination, that the
    • diet and finding the right balance between what a person enjoys and
    • is the place to use the remedies you find in the plants and minerals.
    • a certain way in the glandular system, we must find the remedy that
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    • with clairvoyant consciousness we look further back still, we find
    • worst part of man. Whoever looks deeper into human nature will find
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    • said, however, you will find a new way of looking at a thought I
    • in four times seven days because this rhythm was to find its
    • world with a consciousness for these things, will find in some
    • have spiritual scientific knowledge, and that it has to find its way
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    • man's being. We want to start there today and find an answer to the
    • have to look once again to the great cosmic relationships to find the
    • Moon and Earth existence. If we look back to our old Moon we find
    • cosmic evolution. If we were to study them today we would find that
    • at Saturn, Sun, Moon and Earth, we find four, then the Moon in
    • must look to the spiritual world to find the impulse to carry forward
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    • as an individual, we find something else that gives them a more
    • we find this important law expressed in a Greek myth, too; this great
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    • In the smallest most insignificant things of life we can find the
    • animal nature, and these are just those qualities that find their
    • everything spiritual in man finds expression in the body, and the
    • man we find his individual character written in his face.
    • a little imagination to find the reasons why this must be so.
    • it could find no outlet for the individual work of the ego. Imagine
    • really enquire into it you will find that laughter can always be
    • You can always find this statement verified. Whether you are laughing
    • poets often find such beautiful words for the kind of sorrow and joy
    • seeking the causes of laughter and weeping in himself but finding
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    • find this corroborated by history, either in what you learnt at
    • the inhabitants of those regions that we find at the North Pole today
    • lands. For in Lemurian times we find the members of mankind with the
    • such a nature that we cannot even find remains; the substance was so
    • have been able to find suitable bodies. The underdeveloped bodies of
    • Atlantean population: Where the people are small we find great
    • find echoes of these facts in the Bible, if you cared to look for
    • population we find survivors of the kind of people who had not
    • Africa and the countries of Europe, too, in earlier times, you find a
    • I do not find my innermost being within me, I find it in Brahma by
    • we would find this more and more the further back we went. Just think
    • that certain sections of the earth's inhabitant's did not find it
    • being, which I find to be the highest thing within men when I look
    • the ego, and they were so to say convinced that they could find
    • finding the wisdom of the world in all its different aspects. And we
    • then in the anthroposophical movement we shall really find the right
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    • if you take the small seed of the lily of the valley you will find
    • we find that on Saturn there could be no question of man being able
    • or merely chase after the thief to find him, but observes in such a
    • we find that apart from the nations and apart from all the other
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    • who seriously studies this book will find that it already contained
    • and, being aware of their task in the present age, they will find
    • enters the spiritual world it finds itself in a sphere in which it is
    • find that the knowledge we are trying to promote here is too baffling
    • shall find that the posture then assumed by the physical body is
    • diminished activity of the etheric body and Ego, we shall find the
    • spirits, spirits who find it extremely difficult to move away from
    • of true religion — will find themselves firmly imprisoned and
    • be quite unable to find one another.
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    • deal will consist in the communication of findings of investigation
    • Ego, as ‘I’; he finds himself so at home in his ‘I’
    • morning he will find that a great deal of what his memory has
    • shall find that what rises up into consciousness has a certain
    • ‘I’. The reason why, in spite of this, we find our ‘I’
    • human beings but to understand and find points of contact with all
    • of the different faiths we find one outstanding characteristic,
    • me say this: In the Sun sphere we find two thrones. From the throne
    • picture of Christ. If we can find the Akashic picture of Christ it
    • lectures. But it has become possible to find that picture only
    • Now we shall understand and find support for what we
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    • find Anthroposophy he might himself have become a very good adherent.
    • finds its way into the hearts of men it will in very truth bridge the
    • attention to the teachings of Anthroposophy men will find the ways
    • would find that these inexplicable pictures indicate something that
    • of the wheels? No, we look at our watch in order to find out the
    • was an innkeeper (Wirt) and he promised to find the most
    • able to find his way to the girl's soul, and with him she shared her
    • findings of occult investigation when the investigator knows from his
    • in the world. When someone asserts that the findings of occult
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    • evolution — which you will find described in the book
    • study Eastern writings, you will find a statement that is exactly the
    • Vedanta writings you will find it stated that the part of man of
    • gradually find that they lack the life-giving forces they need.
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    • Earth, how at each new incarnation the human being finds that the
    • Earth through birth we find quite different conditions of existence.
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    • finding his bearings in the physical world. Which part of him is most
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    • hardly find two human beings whose memories go back to exactly the
    • shall find that the cessation of growth may be compared with some
    • back only a few hundred years to find that conditions were very
    • you will find a great deal on the subject of spiritual
    • find, for example, that there is a deeply significant truth in the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, we find that after death men had an active,
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    • the reality. You can find books on physics and even on physiology
    • given on 14th August, 1872, you will find a peculiar expression for
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    • not only find himself living amid a multitude of super-sensible facts
    • cases the seer will very often find that their previous history was
    • about religion pumped into them, we find that they do not of
    • Anyone who is alert to his surroundings will find that
    • mentality was caused, the seer often finds that this type of human
    • incarnation, we should find that during that period such human beings
    • preceding the last two incarnations? We should find that they had
    • sequence of three such earthly lives, we find that in the first, the
    • became morose and hypochondriacal, finding everything distasteful.
    • are sojourning after death, he will find among them those who during
    • dead we find souls who for a certain length of time in the
    • simply die and then, after death, find a teacher who might take the
    • an exceptional case. The general rule is that after death we find
    • It is in this sense that Anthroposophy should find entry
    • our own being a stream of spirituality may find its way into
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    • will find that all the experiences in these regions correspond
    • Active Soul-Force and you will find that they agree, that in one case
    • the soul passes into cosmic-spiritual life and finds its place in the
    • Spiritland you will find the following passage. [See
    • shall find that this second region, the ‘oceanic’ region
    • of Spiritland, we shall find that it corresponds with the influences
    • ‘atmospheric’ region, you will find again what has been
    • able to put self-knowledge into practice can the soul find entrance
    • Golgotha. You will find the most detailed account of this in the
    • conditions, and you will find that the two descriptions are in
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    • Anthroposophy in our present age will find it necessary to clear away
    • evolution. We need only take a certain thought, and we shall find it
    • the souls of men with regard to the life of thought. We find that a
    • world, we certainly find there nothing that is known to-day about the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, but we find an infinite deepening of thought
    • cosmic evolution. They find it a great relief, these souls of today,
    • so we often find souls who are greatly comforted when they can apply
    • the Gnosis that the world in which he finds himself, the world he
    • proceeds from Him do we find something to which the soul can struggle
    • Aeon. And there we find the Divine Sophia, the Divine Wisdom. She had
    • complicated concepts — thirty Aeons — in order to find in
    • find in the soul the longing for the Divine Sophia and the Holy
    • everywhere with this deepening of Greek thought we find that other
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    • that works in the realms of humanity. But the Christ Being could find
    • culture-epoch, we find that the possibility of understanding Christ
    • culture-epochs, we find the Bible itself indicating that a certain
    • finding their way to a real understanding of what is happening.
    • nature of Christ Jesus, we find endless theological wrangling; and
    • contrast, if we look at it impartially, we find something which
    • the Prophets, we find, have to a greater or lesser degree something
    • post-Atlantean epoch, we should find that at least those who had
    • the spiritual powers connected with wind and water and fire find
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    • Even if we take only the physical sun into account, we find that its
    • with many gods and spiritual beings whom we find in the West. I could
    • everything we find handed down by the Bible from Hebrew antiquity
    • find them constantly related to activities of the Earth. Moses goes
    • everywhere we should find that the spirit of Earth prevails in all
    • should find them permeated with Geology, in the sense meant here.
    • without any preconceptions, we find that they were endeavouring,
    • one and we should find that they live in the midst of the forces
    • will find that the prophet sets himself — and that is the aim
    • this find expression? Not as inspiration, so that morality springs
    • first find God entering into a covenant with his people.
    • spiritually from West to East in order to find his way into the
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    • lecture-courses, and if you feel about it as I do, you will find,
    • errors, and again finds the way to the Holy Grail, he is told that
    • I sought an answer to the question — Where will you find the
    • work that you find on the right-hand side as you enter — the
    • I find the name of Parsifal inscribed on the Holy Grail? For it had
    • Parsifal comes to a lonely place and finds two men: one is steering a
    • with the hermit and then set out again to find the Holy Grail. And it
    • so happens that he finds the Grail shortly or directly before the
    • And now, as my concern was to find the Vessel, I was at
    • And finds within a chapel cell
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    • then we find it symbolised in the old Hebrew tradition through Eve.
    • we find a certain man, deeply bound up with the spiritual life of the
    • souls there would not be harmony everywhere. In human souls we find
    • knowledge, what do we find? Who is he, this Parsifal? He is ignorant
    • when men would find the possibility of rising above the bonds which
    • Astrology. A man had to raise himself if he was to find the old
    • everywhere. In human souls we find harmonious pre-dispositions of an
    • one day find themselves in agreement with what is here meant by the
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    • If we try to find the
    • so-called scientific findings, repeatedly raised objections to the
    • examines the more detailed evidence spiritual science offers. One finds
    • carried the memory; but one who is of this opinion will find it does
    • natural science from life, experience, or based on the findings of
    • we find that this dream has a great deal to show us. First it points
    • finds himself in his astral body and ego in a super-sensible world
    • in the consciousness, so we see why so much cannot find its way there,
    • if we compare man with the animals we find that man's superiority does
    • von Hartmann, we find them starting from the idea that when man views
    • former quite special experiences. One will then find — anyone who
    • own inner depths. But what does he finds there? He finds what carries
    • going through it do we find the spiritual and super-sensible depths of
    • im Licht der Psychischen Forschung”. In it you find the two
    • penetrate the depths where we find the spiritual external foundations
    • And at the most you can but find
    • riddles may often cause a shudder when we find riddles in our own inner
    • world unfold for man's soul, and its riddles, too, find solution. Man
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    • If we try to find the
    • so-called scientific findings, repeatedly raised objections to the
    • examines the more detailed evidence spiritual science offers. One finds
    • carried the memory; but one who is of this opinion will find it does
    • natural science from life, experience, or based on the findings of
    • we find that this dream has a great deal to show us. First it points
    • finds himself in his astral body and ego in a super-sensible world
    • in the consciousness, so we see why so much cannot find its way there,
    • if we compare man with the animals we find that man's superiority does
    • von Hartmann, we find them starting from the idea that when man views
    • former quite special experiences. One will then find — anyone who
    • own inner depths. But what does he finds there? He finds what carries
    • going through it do we find the spiritual and super-sensible depths of
    • im Licht der Psychischen Forschung”. In it you find the two
    • penetrate the depths where we find the spiritual external foundations
    • And at the most you can but find
    • riddles may often cause a shudder when we find riddles in our own inner
    • world unfold for man's soul, and its riddles, too, find solution. Man
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    • look out to the stars in cosmic space we do not at first find what
    • is no more to be found in our field of vision. We can only find the
    • externally. We find it if we look into what we call our personal
    • Scientist. He will find nothing among the forces disclosed in the
    • which they do so flows out of their personal karma finds no place in
    • we still find today these ancient Saturn laws, still find what cannot
    • Moon laws we find something not so spiritual. But this too has
    • towards that which rules in the astral body and finds its embodiment
    • how does it stand with regard to the Sun part? Can we find the Sun
    • he was of a fiery temperament and so on. You find that shown in
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • produced entirely out of the inner being. And everywhere we find that
    • one were to go still farther back into ancient times one would find
    • public. The anthroposophist will find it however if he reads the book
    • living. And it is just through Spiritual Science that we find
    • when, as we have tried to show today, one finds the transition from
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    • look out to the stars in cosmic space we do not at first find what
    • is no more to be found in our field of vision. We can only find the
    • externally. We find it if we look into what we call our personal
    • Scientist. He will find nothing among the forces disclosed in the
    • which they do so flows out of their personal karma finds no place in
    • we still find today these ancient Saturn laws, still find what cannot
    • Moon laws we find something not so spiritual. But this too has
    • towards that which rules in the astral body and finds its embodiment
    • how does it stand with regard to the Sun part? Can we find the Sun
    • he was of a fiery temperament and so on. You find that shown in
    • you will find everywhere how the Christ-Impulse rules in them. It is
    • produced entirely out of the inner being. And everywhere we find that
    • one were to go still farther back into ancient times one would find
    • public. The anthroposophist will find it however if he reads the book
    • living. And it is just through Spiritual Science that we find
    • when, as we have tried to show today, one finds the transition from
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    • find the abstract truths that are the pride of present-day humanity.
    • More and more we find pictures, truths expressed in pictures.
    • problem but cannot get to the root of it, will find, if he is patient
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
    • We now come to Mars. It is difficult to find appropriate expressions
    • find the thoughts of the whole universe if we are capable of gaining
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    • find the abstract truths that are the pride of present-day humanity.
    • More and more we find pictures, truths expressed in pictures.
    • problem but cannot get to the root of it, will find, if he is patient
    • renewal of ancient impulses, we shall find that this was directly
    • We now come to Mars. It is difficult to find appropriate expressions
    • find the thoughts of the whole universe if we are capable of gaining
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    • must arise if we are to find once more our consciousness within the
    • find, for instance that the etheric body spreads out in our
    • Goethe we may find an endeavour to work in the direction of a science
    • In a similar way, we shall find that everything, indeed
    • as “mobile susceptibility,” etc. You may therefore find the
    • lowest member of the Russian Folk-Soul we would find nothing
    • heat are material, but we would find that the lowest member of the
    • ether of light. And we would also find that the Russian Folk-Soul has
    • in which the human being has air; moreover, we would find in that
    • will find that even from the Swiss soil comes up what you are able to
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    • must arise if we are to find once more our consciousness within the
    • find, for instance that the etheric body spreads out in our
    • Goethe we may find an endeavour to work in the direction of a science
    • In a similar way, we shall find that everything, indeed
    • as “mobile susceptibility,” etc. You may therefore find the
    • lowest member of the Russian Folk-Soul we would find nothing
    • heat are material, but we would find that the lowest member of the
    • ether of light. And we would also find that the Russian Folk-Soul has
    • in which the human being has air; moreover, we would find in that
    • will find that even from the Swiss soil comes up what you are able to
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    • everywhere we find this thought of going back to youth and birth for
    • the anthroposophical sense finds itself in another position. And by
    • can find everywhere that the conscientious scientist holds the view
    • steepness of the apparent dividing wall is concealed. One finds the
    • principle here; you will find them described in detail in my books.
    • Occult Science, you will find all the details concerning
    • example (as I have said, you can find more exact information in the
    • forward on the path of investigation of the soul, we will find that
    • in its own sphere, and you will find that it looks only for the
    • spiritual investigator finds that the thoughts we usually have are
    • this world view will find it easy to say, “Here he comes and
    • wonderful results of modern research into heredity will find that
    • what spiritual science finds out about the soul (yet in a quite
    • soul. Then we find, however, that this element of the will is also
    • but rather something we find when we learn to turn the eye of the
    • events find their place if we know we are dealing with repeated
    • concepts, which then find their way into spiritual science.
    • awakes the spirit within himself, he also finds the spirit in the
    • modern way of thinking is evolving, whoever finds spiritual
    • scientific paths will also find the way to true religious life;
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    • find each other in the spiritual world, who should belong together in
    • ego-consciousness over there if we are unable to find the force in us
    • people find so uncomfortable because they have to make a little bit
    • important. People find it uncomfortable today to acquire spiritual
    • about the fact that the dead will fully find the dead again, that we
    • respected ladies and gentlemen you find here you would see nothing
    • order to find a relationship to these things. The human being must
    • which man has to find a suitable relationship.
    • strengthen our forces, they must live into our souls so that we find
    • come up. Once up above, to be sure, it finds little understanding for
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    • lives upon the earth?” — we shall find in every case that
    • arisen in our present time. When we revert to earlier times we find
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    • arisen in our present time. When we revert to earlier times we find
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    • more exactly, we find that there is a certain mutual interplay,
    • perhaps, he finds himself obliged to do this or that by way of
    • celestial) in this world, once more, we find beings who are just as
    • which find expression in our not loving this or that human being, we
    • Whatever we find blameworthy in him, we put it down to him. The dead
    • inspirations which the dead was sending in towards him might find
    • — you will find that they are doing it because certain impulses
    • on our finding ourselves obliged, here or there, to free ourselves
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    • more exactly, we find that there is a certain mutual interplay,
    • perhaps, he finds himself obliged to do this or that by way of
    • celestial) in this world, once more, we find beings who are just as
    • which find expression in our not loving this or that human being, we
    • Whatever we find blameworthy in him, we put it down to him. The dead
    • inspirations which the dead was sending in towards him might find
    • — you will find that they are doing it because certain impulses
    • on our finding ourselves obliged, here or there, to free ourselves
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    • conditions of the physical world in which I find myself make me a
    • for finding and feeling oneself in the elemental world is the faculty
    • seems, where you do not find thoughts that are like those in the
    • express it rather oddly — we will not find the sympathies
    • feeling of ego; we have to find out what it means for our soul to be
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    • conditions of the physical world in which I find myself make me a
    • for finding and feeling oneself in the elemental world is the faculty
    • seems, where you do not find thoughts that are like those in the
    • express it rather oddly — we will not find the sympathies
    • feeling of ego; we have to find out what it means for our soul to be
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    • multitudes. When one is in a position to find out how many of these
    • that he finds out how hydrogen and oxygen combine into water to be
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    • that he finds out how hydrogen and oxygen combine into water to be
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    • If we now come to the etheric body, we shall find that
    • approaches the Midnight, which you will find described in one of the
    • portal of death before us, we find these souls, as it were. The
    • words ‘to find’ really applies to physical conditions,
    • approach other souls. This ‘finding’ of the souls that
    • the spiritual world. Now he must once more find his way into the
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • If we now come to the etheric body, we shall find that
    • approaches the Midnight, which you will find described in one of the
    • portal of death before us, we find these souls, as it were. The
    • words ‘to find’ really applies to physical conditions,
    • approach other souls. This ‘finding’ of the souls that
    • the spiritual world. Now he must once more find his way into the
    • the great difference between a soul that is gradually finding its
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    • fact visible even from the physical plane, we find it to be
    • If you go into Museums to-day, you will find skeletons
    • existence, the etheric body. We find, with the help of the elementary
    • to find a contact; it is a moving experience to follow, not only the
    • the chapter on the ethical effects of colours, you will find
    • colour. Thus we find that we can experience colours ... we can
    • we find contained the whole experience of “blue”.
    • only the etheric bodies which they have left behind. We cannot find
    • that he expresses this inner life in words or gestures, we find
    • will find what I am now experiencing.
    • thus find our way into what lies beyond the threshold — whence,
    • as we find it described in the Bible. Let us think about this picture
    • find for yourselves, in our already existing literature on this
    • will find, there, the irrefutable proof, furnished on the physical
    • you will find there, what they have to say about the soul-instrument.
    • You will find that these people express themselves, everywhere,
    • will, they cannot find a parallel bodily process. They cannot find
    • and psycho-physiologist — in his book, you can find most easily
    • Now could we really find any clearer scientific proof
    • scientist simply does not find it, indeed he rejects it and disavows
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    • fact visible even from the physical plane, we find it to be
    • If you go into Museums to-day, you will find skeletons
    • existence, the etheric body. We find, with the help of the elementary
    • to find a contact; it is a moving experience to follow, not only the
    • the chapter on the ethical effects of colours, you will find
    • colour. Thus we find that we can experience colours ... we can
    • we find contained the whole experience of “blue”.
    • only the etheric bodies which they have left behind. We cannot find
    • that he expresses this inner life in words or gestures, we find
    • will find what I am now experiencing.
    • thus find our way into what lies beyond the threshold — whence,
    • as we find it described in the Bible. Let us think about this picture
    • find for yourselves, in our already existing literature on this
    • will find, there, the irrefutable proof, furnished on the physical
    • you will find there, what they have to say about the soul-instrument.
    • You will find that these people express themselves, everywhere,
    • will, they cannot find a parallel bodily process. They cannot find
    • and psycho-physiologist — in his book, you can find most easily
    • Now could we really find any clearer scientific proof
    • scientist simply does not find it, indeed he rejects it and disavows
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    • these members, so that at each new incarnation the human being finds
    • him from the spiritual world. Hence in the man of olden times we find
    • find that in accordance with a man's constitution of soul, when, let
    • and impulses in the physical body itself. Hence we should find that
    • should find that in the phase of its development directly following
    • the south. Thus we find that in art, Greek art, expression is given
    • overcome his external nature and once again to find the connection
    • the true sources of knowledge he finds the absolute facts.
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    • these members, so that at each new incarnation the human being finds
    • him from the spiritual world. Hence in the man of olden times we find
    • find that in accordance with a man's constitution of soul, when, let
    • and impulses in the physical body itself. Hence we should find that
    • should find that in the phase of its development directly following
    • the south. Thus we find that in art, Greek art, expression is given
    • overcome his external nature and once again to find the connection
    • the true sources of knowledge he finds the absolute facts.
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    • man is going through to-day. In the same way we find beings of a
    • earth-existence, back to the Saturn stage, we find that those beings
    • the human beings on our earth, we shall find it comprehensible that
    • find something more which extends beyond the Folk-spirits, something
    • Thus for every epoch we can find the ‘Spirit of
    • earth according to spiritual science, you will find these repetitions
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    • consciousness. Now where does clairvoyant research find something
    • a living human being, we find that his etheric aura is united to him
    • Thus we find the Folk-spirits at work all over the
    • consciousness, when it studies the peoples, finds, strange to say,
    • Hierarchies; we shall then, so to speak, find the names of these
    • we spoke of yesterday — and you will also find it described in
    • the higher worlds, would certainly find the Archangels. But one must
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    • of man, we find it necessary to picture it as being threefold, as
    • would find much with which you are unacquainted, for Hegel's
    • make a greater impression upon him. Others he finds to be lethargic,
    • many different shades of folk character can find their expression.
    • case, you will find that it is here solely a question of a victory of
    • several events you will find that the opportunity was here made use
    • Spirits of Wisdom. You will find these different spiritual Beings
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    • active in him, we should find that these are the donors of the
    • according to their own nature, we find that their chief interest lies
    • that, if you come to think of it, you will no longer find it very
    • twenty-first year of his life, when he finds himself bound to the
    • If you now pass on further into Asia, you find a spot on
    • If we then go further from the East to the West, we find
    • find the very first starting-points of racial development in the
    • find it comprehensible when it is said, that men no longer proceed
    • a remarkable law when we follow this curve. We find it expressed even
    • extended. We find this again in the widely extended continent of
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    • civilization on the earth. Then we also find around us the
    • figure. If you go through all geometrical figures, you will find none
    • as the equilateral triangle. If you merely draw it, you will find the
    • Cherubim and Seraphim. If we wish to find these Spirits at work, we
    • must raise our vision to still higher worlds. But we find even in the
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    • sprang. We then come to Asia and find there the Venus-race or the
    • Mongolian race we find the Mars-race. We then pass over into the
    • domain of Europe and we find in the Europeans, in their basic
    • civilizations die, we then find the race of the dark Saturn, the
    • and more clearly, you find in these five planets the forces which
    • you will find it pointed out that in old Atlantis, in
    • If you now pass further over to Asia, you find there in
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    • last few days, you will find it comprehensible that not only a
    • we want to find the period when the division into the five principal
    • German mythology; there you find the trinity of Odin, Hœnir, Lœdur,
    • and so on. Everywhere you will find a trinity and this again divided
    • into a larger number. You find this peculiarity not only where myths
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    • mythology or sacred teachings we find a complete forgetting of the
    • find among Eastern peoples. We shall to-morrow try to find access to
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    • might possibly find it difficult to make this agree with what was
    • so to say, in order to merge into Brahma and to find Atma within
    • You will find, — for at the time of the writers of the Gospels
    • consciousness, and you will find this image made use of in this
    • the one you will find in modern books, for the latter is even more
    • instead of this external one, he would find that the Scandinavian
    • should everywhere find that these things throw light upon the matter,
    • then find that this myth is formed for that clairvoyance. What does
    • Christ had appeared, one could only find old memories of the fact
    • through Whom ye will be able to find the connection with the Divine,
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    • did not find it in that way. There man had already evolved
    • all we find that people, that collection of peoples, that community
    • folk-characters in their light and shadow sides, you will find that
    • had been driven outwards, you will find that the great historical
    • impulse. You will also find that what took place there in the
    • find pictures in history which would show us how the basic forces
    • by science, you will find how extraordinarily illuminating these
    • instance, we find there in the East the following conception: The
    • In the East we find in the first place a distinct consciousness of a
    • fertilizing our earth, so do we find this heavenly world, the world
    • find them among the Slav peoples which have been pushed forward
    • towards the West. In no Western European mythology do we find this
    • conception so universal. We find in them clearly defined Divine
    • different worlds; these we find more in the Heavenly Father, the
    • find that one may say: Hegel understood Him as only the most refined,
    • Personality in Whose service man finds himself as ‘man with the
    • State and the people, which takes everything it finds in order to
    • Everything that we find in the East, from the general
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    • one may still find to-day in the Akashic Records. In the course of
    • Vanen you can still find one of the very oldest recollections of it.
    • away in the smallest of boxes — the human skull. You will find
    • Folk-spirit, by means of which the things we now find clairvoyantly
    • him in his soul, will find that in the twentieth century the capacity
    • Anthroposophy, and if we are to find in the world of Northern
    • all the ages, and that we shall find Him in all places,
    • find, that what has been said out of the sources of the Rosicrucian
    • you will find confirmation from this source. You must take nothing on
    • whom you know, and you will yourselves find confirmed what has been
    • we Anthroposophists go, whether far or near, may we always find
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    • the Atlantean deluge, to find the epoch when the moon departed from the body of
    • find it if human beings are imbued with the thought of their existence. This
    • must be taken very seriously. What do we find today all over the civilised
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    • the Atlantean deluge, to find the epoch when the moon departed from the body of
    • find it if human beings are imbued with the thought of their existence. This
    • must be taken very seriously. What do we find today all over the civilised
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    • finding within itself the way to the divine in the world. On the one
    • of Golgotha points to the possibility of man's soul finding
    • which Earth humanity cannot find the way back to the divine. They
    • Christian attitude or mood of preparation. And when the soul finds
    • but for the attainment of which it could not find the power within
    • itself — when the soul finds that which bestows this power, it
    • finds the Christ. The soul then develops its connection with the
    • Christ and knows that it cannot find Him if He does not give Himself
    • find Him.
    • himself, we find that it consisted in the fact that outside the body
    • the Earth, had lost the inherent power to find its true essence
    • man have said: “When I develop my own powers, then I can find
    • divinity reveal itself to men. Indeed, we find an injunction that
    • earthly to the divine. Today we find again and again that
    • soul passes through the gate of death and then finds some place or
    • find anything in itself of which it can say, “I carry that
    • today will find its context later on. But I believe we can inscribe
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    • world of the physical plane in an unprejudiced way and we shall find
    • look at the physical plane, we find that our souls, with their
    • spiritual world to find her real identity. Not as early as 1907, but
    • Impulse finds that in whatever conquests his soul achieves, however
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    • are indeed some difficulties in so doing. We shall find it, as I have
    • led into error, for one will find records which very often do not
    • Karma, I may perhaps find that some misfortune or stroke of fate that
    • he did then, I do not find his guilty deed registered in the Akashic
    • from Christ I cannot find it in the Akashic Record. This distinction
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    • but such connecting threads do exist and you will perhaps find them
    • before the Mystery of Golgotha, we find that the men of those days
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    • more than the gentle critic.” This we can find in various forms
    • forward with regard to these questions, we find a number of relevant
    • beings, but if you look deeper into history you will find that this
    • find this principle of mutual help influencing more than anything the
    • find that this principle appears again in a most fruitful manner.
    • in the cities of Europe, will soon find out that we deal here with a
    • these cities under the influence of this principle, you will find,
    • each of the cities of the Middle Age and you find it everywhere
    • you look at it today you will find how our practice of law, our
    • look at it under the microscope you will find that it is composed of
    • help at work. We know exactly that many who find themselves on this
    • in the Fight for Survival and we will find most of our powers in the
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    • more than the gentle critic.” This we can find in various forms
    • forward with regard to these questions, we find a number of relevant
    • beings, but if you look deeper into history you will find that this
    • find this principle of mutual help influencing more than anything the
    • find that this principle appears again in a most fruitful manner.
    • in the cities of Europe, will soon find out that we deal here with a
    • these cities under the influence of this principle, you will find,
    • each of the cities of the Middle Age and you find it everywhere
    • you look at it today you will find how our practice of law, our
    • look at it under the microscope you will find that it is composed of
    • help at work. We know exactly that many who find themselves on this
    • in the Fight for Survival and we will find most of our powers in the
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    • find mysterious and secret feelings out of which the Christmas tree
    • present among those whom we find as the three Magi from the East, out
    • longer livingly active. We must find the human being, the man
    • to find freedom. But we must find our way back to a union with that
    • that we find the Christ And there is a wisdom which extends far
    • of the East to find the way to Christ In other words we need to
    • spiritual vision in nature. And on the other side we must find the
    • hearts, we shall again find the way to the Christmas Mystery just as
    • of the field developed in their hearts; then we shall find the way,
    • comprehension of Christ; and then we shall find the way to the
    • raise it from its chaotic condition unless men find it possible once
    • we look out into the widths of space we find there the challenge
    • find the inner Magi-wisdom that leads us just as the outer
    • We must find again the Jesus Christmas Mystery, and we
    • must find it by cultivating all that within ourselves of which we
    • have spoken today. We must find the Christmas light within ourselves
    • of the East, so must we find the star through the power of that which
    • too we find the same demand.
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    • in all history you will find no thought that has such power to lift
    • preceded the Mystery of Golgotha, we shall find through that
    • Golgotha, there too we shall find we can only understand it when we
    • views, we shall find that even the most distressing events in the
    • Augustine we continually find allusions — even in Scholasticism
    • we find such allusions — referring to the fact that the
    • Osiris, sets out on her quest and finds him in Asia. She brings him
    • This, then, is the idea we find present in the minds and
    • my dear friends, we must somehow find the Isis legend again, the
    • Imagination, as the Egyptians did. We must find the true Isis legend.
    • other words we must find in that which natural science gives us
    • find Isis, and when we have found her, we must learn how to place out
    • we can find an inner astronomy, which reveals to us once more the
    • what we must find again, with the help of the force of Christ which
    • find the impulses needed for a renewal, then this community, which
    • insight If we cannot find the inner courage needed for this, then we
    • this — we cannot find the courage to lift ourselves above the
    • happening, but inasmuch as human beings find that force which is
    • my dear friends, I should like to find words which appeal deeply to
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    • We, my dear friends, must find the way whereby the inner
    • from mathematics, phoronomy and geometry, this means the finding of
    • Isis, of the new Isis, of the divine Sophia whom man must find if the
    • you will find it said that a man when he desires to attain higher
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    • But the further we go back in evolution the more we find these inner
    • material world is the descendant of what we find when we study
    • filled with the perceptions of Inspiration. Thereby men will find the
    • And in France, in the 18th century, we find efforts
    • man through the power of knowledge he himself manifests; and we find
    • 18th century, we find men like Dupuis in the West and Ludwig
    • growing now into whole volumes) — in a fairly big book, we find
    • understand Anthroposophy at all, finds in it something similar to
    • let the deep significance of these pictures work upon us we find a
    • out into the macrocosm and there find the forces which are understood
    • find many indications about the Soma-drink, the Soma-juice. All kinds
    • anxiety was whether we should find a sufficiently large number of
    • so often we find heart, lung, digestive organs and so forth,
    • real thinking is offered we find, as in the book written by Kurt
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    • page 608, we find the following sentences, “Anthropology ends
    • able to find its final conclusion in Theosophy.” The
    • carefully studies, for example, my Theosophy, will find that
    • he will find that the matters dealt with are presented in accordance
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    • obliged to find that he is condemned, together with the distorted
    • open one's eyes in order to find that, when it is viewed, there is
    • who enters this building will find all kinds of mysterious symbols
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    • science finds it entirely comprehensible that many misunderstandings
    • science is will find that it bears no more resemblance to the Gnosis
    • nature must investigate quite differently from the latter. It must find
    • building you will find that it has the peculiarity of having nothing at
    • is so. Instead of studying spiritual science themselves, people find
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    • we find that the Mysteries were institutions of men still possessed
    • accordance with true Christianity, this finding of the
    • himself for the secrets he once sought to find outside his own being.
    • because we can only become Man again in the true sense by finding the
    • to plunge down into the dark depths of midnight in order to find the
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    • we find that the Mysteries were institutions of men still possessed
    • accordance with true Christianity, this finding of the
    • himself for the secrets he once sought to find outside his own being.
    • because we can only become Man again in the true sense by finding the
    • to plunge down into the dark depths of midnight in order to find the
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    • down to Leonardo da Vinci; and we find that Leonardo
    • We then find him in
    • Florence, his artistic talent always increasing: but we find
    • we find in Leonardo. Drawings of his have been preserved (many the
    • together all that we can find concerning this subject we must say
    • hypothesis presented itself to me as I tried to find an answer to the
    • found wonderfully described in this work of Leonardo. If we find in
    • Supper” work on us, we find two things of which we can say that
    • considered the problem the more we would find it substantiated.
    • these predispositions finds itself confronting what the spiritual
    • evolution we find in every soul a kind of clairvoyance, by means of
    • cases, he could make no use at all. We find them in his works and
    • also in his artistic creations. Thus we find in him that
    • spiritual contemplation of the mysteries of existence. We find him
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    • down to Leonardo da Vinci; and we find that Leonardo
    • We then find him in
    • Florence, his artistic talent always increasing: but we find
    • we find in Leonardo. Drawings of his have been preserved (many the
    • together all that we can find concerning this subject we must say
    • hypothesis presented itself to me as I tried to find an answer to the
    • found wonderfully described in this work of Leonardo. If we find in
    • Supper” work on us, we find two things of which we can say that
    • considered the problem the more we would find it substantiated.
    • these predispositions finds itself confronting what the spiritual
    • evolution we find in every soul a kind of clairvoyance, by means of
    • cases, he could make no use at all. We find them in his works and
    • also in his artistic creations. Thus we find in him that
    • spiritual contemplation of the mysteries of existence. We find him
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    • beings, we find the astral plane to be populated by the egos of the
    • go further and further back we find everything on earth becoming
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    • beings, we find the astral plane to be populated by the egos of the
    • go further and further back we find everything on earth becoming
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    • find that you bring the same interest to an individual man as in the
    • individual souls from the group soul. You still find today, among
    • you find together in man, allocated to different bodies, then you
    • animals, you will find that they cannot directly express pain and
    • others. Many may perhaps find that the Judgment sounds harsh, but
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    • find that you bring the same interest to an individual man as in the
    • individual souls from the group soul. You still find today, among
    • you find together in man, allocated to different bodies, then you
    • animals, you will find that they cannot directly express pain and
    • others. Many may perhaps find that the Judgment sounds harsh, but
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    • events of that time, we find quite different forms of humanity.
    • her nature. One will certainly find this hidden courage. The woman
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    • events of that time, we find quite different forms of humanity.
    • her nature. One will certainly find this hidden courage. The woman
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    • wherever death intervenes in existence, we find, when we look more
    • scientists — find ourselves with reference to the feeling of
    • find that precisely from the standpoint of Spiritual Science, we can
    • on physiology by an important scientist, we find a reference to words
    • find quoted when so serious a question is raised as the nature of
    • earth throughout the ages, we should find that in the far-distant
    • find death so closely bound up with the external phenomena, as we see
    • Where, however, do we find anything of which we can say that what it
    • with the sprouting and withering of the plant? Where do we find
    • and decay of life in the plant world. We find in human nature what we
    • best finds his connection with the whole spiritual life of the earth;
    • conscientious observer studying from every point of view, will find
    • his life; for example, in his fortieth year, we find him in a certain
    • at any age of his life, we shall soon find out what has become of the
    • remembered later as mental images. We shall find that what became
    • total of processes carried out on earth, and indeed in all that finds
    • So, then, we find in
    • find in the human being divided into two elements, we find also in
    • group soul. It is the super-sensible element which finds its
    • our life, we find a continuous path, a movement, in which each soul
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    • wherever death intervenes in existence, we find, when we look more
    • scientists — find ourselves with reference to the feeling of
    • find that precisely from the standpoint of Spiritual Science, we can
    • on physiology by an important scientist, we find a reference to words
    • find quoted when so serious a question is raised as the nature of
    • earth throughout the ages, we should find that in the far-distant
    • find death so closely bound up with the external phenomena, as we see
    • Where, however, do we find anything of which we can say that what it
    • with the sprouting and withering of the plant? Where do we find
    • and decay of life in the plant world. We find in human nature what we
    • best finds his connection with the whole spiritual life of the earth;
    • conscientious observer studying from every point of view, will find
    • his life; for example, in his fortieth year, we find him in a certain
    • at any age of his life, we shall soon find out what has become of the
    • remembered later as mental images. We shall find that what became
    • total of processes carried out on earth, and indeed in all that finds
    • So, then, we find in
    • find in the human being divided into two elements, we find also in
    • group soul. It is the super-sensible element which finds its
    • our life, we find a continuous path, a movement, in which each soul
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    • all be admitted. Instead, we find that in the course of the
    • that we find in a work of St. Isidor, who died in 636, that it is
    • formation. We find (which is geologically demonstrable and shown by
    • but still permeated with quite different substances, and we find
    • in such forms which can be seen with outer external eyes, but we find
    • find those beings to which Spiritual Science points out as
    • And going back to earlier stages we find as the starting point of all
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    • all be admitted. Instead, we find that in the course of the
    • that we find in a work of St. Isidor, who died in 636, that it is
    • formation. We find (which is geologically demonstrable and shown by
    • but still permeated with quite different substances, and we find
    • in such forms which can be seen with outer external eyes, but we find
    • find those beings to which Spiritual Science points out as
    • And going back to earlier stages we find as the starting point of all
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    • personalities which find themselves within it.
    • every means to understand the secrets of our existence, we shall find
    • Science we look at pre-Christian times, we shall find that the whole
    • without significance that we find among the inhabitants of mountain
    • upon us, we shall find that what really interests us is not the thing
    • in all his works, whether he worked in stone or in color, we find a
    • This is the only thought we may find worthy to be set side by side with
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    • personalities which find themselves within it.
    • every means to understand the secrets of our existence, we shall find
    • Science we look at pre-Christian times, we shall find that the whole
    • without significance that we find among the inhabitants of mountain
    • upon us, we shall find that what really interests us is not the thing
    • in all his works, whether he worked in stone or in color, we find a
    • This is the only thought we may find worthy to be set side by side with
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    • Thus, we need a more active strength of soul to find our way after
    • every person who wants to understand its findings. It strives to give
    • understand spiritual science will be able to find their way after
    • person will have difficulty in finding his or her way after death. In
    • easily finds the solution. The student really dreams that this
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    • spiritual science to find the right inner energy to develop a feeling
    • When we look at this process, we find the central element is that we
    • We will learn to feel them with us when we need forces we cannot find
    • complete abandon, we find it infinitely precious when we see how a
    • his wonderful poetry, but in the spiritual world we find lighting up
    • terribly surprised that they impose those concepts on what they find
    • the external world, but must find the strength within ourselves to
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    • the greatest difference we might find between the two periods is that
    • finds it much easier to develop ideas about the spiritual world from
    • teachings they gave humanity, we find that the aim of all these
    • deeply inward one. We have to reach maturity and find the path into
    • The Mystery of Golgotha took place so that we can find the way into
    • the forces of the spirit. Seen in this light, we find Christ
    • psychic powers can find care and be guided on the right path. Our
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    • in the physical world. It will help us find our way to remember that
    • egotistical and can potentially keep us from finding the right
    • find it easier to give a talk for the thirtieth time than you did the
    • cannot find him, he is within us. But it is very important that
    • People find it difficult to
    • not find a single pentagram throughout the building, no form of a
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    • we find also in our everyday life. Meditation is a devotion of the
    • concentration, but you will find detailed descriptions of the
    • clearly as possible and to develop the active will to find a solution
    • through the foreign feeling and willing we find within us, and get
    • slumbering soul forces, we find that it is just as wrong to talk
    • modern natural science cannot comprehend the findings of clairvoyant
    • accept the scientists' findings about the physical world on the basis
    • sensory world we find spirit. In spiritual science, the spirit
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    • about the findings of spiritual science, particularly when
    • still find in certain tribes and peoples and trace to individuals
    • everyone provided we find the way to the simple, ordinary people. The
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    • we read further in his report card, we find that although Hamerling
    • Rome, a man always seeking life but unable to find it in sensual
    • lyrical muse sought to find the reflective sounds permeating his
    • most painful suffering, his soul could find joy in the beauty of
    • felt an invincible urge in his soul to find the corresponding
    • harmony, to find the way in which all things ugly must dissolve into
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    • refer to inherited characteristics. Everything we find as transmitted
    • man's qualities of genius are explicable if we find signs,
    • involved in these questions, to indicate only sketchily the findings
    • other entity. If we rise to the animal world, we find that a
    • genius, seeks in the past among his ancestors, finds in some ancestor
    • there, finds this quality in one, that in another, and then shows how
    • the opposite. If finding qualities of genius among the ancestors
    • the line of heredity, we find that there the individual is drawn into
    • must be effected. We find that a man must adapt himself to this
    • ego, we find what passes from incarnation to incarnation, and appears
    • body. The astral body finds its physical expression in the
    • been retarded. You can find in life example after example; for
    • you know, in the inability to find any interest which is lasting. We
    • world. If we wish to approach this child as a teacher, we must find
    • take him where he can find pleasure, he will only become more and
    • his fuming inner being wishes to express itself, he must try to find
    • how to find and to regulate his relation to the individual. Only one
    • prosaic concepts, but he who strives for genuine knowledge will find
    • it, and will find the way to other people; he will find the solution
    • relate ourselves to others. We find the essential being of
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    • refer to inherited characteristics. Everything we find as transmitted
    • man's qualities of genius are explicable if we find signs,
    • involved in these questions, to indicate only sketchily the findings
    • other entity. If we rise to the animal world, we find that a
    • genius, seeks in the past among his ancestors, finds in some ancestor
    • there, finds this quality in one, that in another, and then shows how
    • the opposite. If finding qualities of genius among the ancestors
    • the line of heredity, we find that there the individual is drawn into
    • must be effected. We find that a man must adapt himself to this
    • ego, we find what passes from incarnation to incarnation, and appears
    • body. The astral body finds its physical expression in the
    • been retarded. You can find in life example after example; for
    • you know, in the inability to find any interest which is lasting. We
    • world. If we wish to approach this child as a teacher, we must find
    • take him where he can find pleasure, he will only become more and
    • his fuming inner being wishes to express itself, he must try to find
    • how to find and to regulate his relation to the individual. Only one
    • prosaic concepts, but he who strives for genuine knowledge will find
    • it, and will find the way to other people; he will find the solution
    • relate ourselves to others. We find the essential being of
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    • coming to us from Spiritual Science should find their place in this
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • own in spite of all the surrounding hubbub, and be able to find its
    • humanity, the more do we find a state of things that is nowadays
    • finds the forces which unite him with the spiritual realities of the
    • has taken the first steps towards initiation wants to find his way
    • spirituality finds access to him nevertheless.
    • given. I find that points I regard as important often do not appear
    • all the time, and if, apart from the river-bed, you try to find
    • something that is ancient ... well, you will not be able to find it.
    • study life in the Middle Ages and on into modern times, we find, if
    • order to find the path into the spiritual world through all the
    • and find much that is imperfect in our Building, they may rest
    • assured that those who are actually working there will find many more
    • imperfections than the critics find — many, many more.
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    • coming to us from Spiritual Science should find their place in this
    • life, should never find favour in the sphere of our movement. In a
    • own in spite of all the surrounding hubbub, and be able to find its
    • humanity, the more do we find a state of things that is nowadays
    • finds the forces which unite him with the spiritual realities of the
    • has taken the first steps towards initiation wants to find his way
    • spirituality finds access to him nevertheless.
    • given. I find that points I regard as important often do not appear
    • all the time, and if, apart from the river-bed, you try to find
    • something that is ancient ... well, you will not be able to find it.
    • study life in the Middle Ages and on into modern times, we find, if
    • order to find the path into the spiritual world through all the
    • and find much that is imperfect in our Building, they may rest
    • assured that those who are actually working there will find many more
    • imperfections than the critics find — many, many more.
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    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • hearts from a degenerate Oriental culture. We can find evidence of
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha? In spiritual research one always finds
    • impossible to find a point of contact with modern modes of thinking.
    • necessary that a sense for reality should find its way into life.
    • Again we find people saying: The only thing to do is to believe in
    • discover that healthy, free minds can, after all, find their way to
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    • to be able to find evidence in life itself of the things we have
    • hearts from a degenerate Oriental culture. We can find evidence of
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha? In spiritual research one always finds
    • impossible to find a point of contact with modern modes of thinking.
    • necessary that a sense for reality should find its way into life.
    • Again we find people saying: The only thing to do is to believe in
    • discover that healthy, free minds can, after all, find their way to
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    • Norse Saga we find it designated as Ginnungagap, the Yawning
    • spiritual movement, this spiritual stream, did not find entry into
    • we must try to find again the feelings of those human beings who were
    • we find the following sentence: “This spirit which
    • Already in primeval times and among primitive peoples we find good
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    • spiritual movement, this spiritual stream, did not find entry into
    • we must try to find again the feelings of those human beings who were
    • we find the following sentence: “This spirit which
    • Already in primeval times and among primitive peoples we find good
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    • In the present time we find ulcerous growths in the human body, which
    • and you will find in it that Goethe incessantly tried to grasp the
    • to leaf. Here you may find the beginning of the knowledge which
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • When we survey our cultural environment, we do not find in it only
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    • In the present time we find ulcerous growths in the human body, which
    • and you will find in it that Goethe incessantly tried to grasp the
    • to leaf. Here you may find the beginning of the knowledge which
    • easily he reaches his aims. Among modern people we do not really find
    • When we survey our cultural environment, we do not find in it only
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    • find in it that vivifying power which did not live in the earth
    • an effort to get up. You will find it difficult to get up if you
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    • an effort to get up. You will find it difficult to get up if you
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    • well be surprised to find that it is possible to read
    • astral and etheric find outward expression in the physical
    • which some readers may even find the most enlightening thing in the
    • his teaching may find in this book (and it can only be done by intensive
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    • might have done twenty years ago — you will find yourselves more
    • find that ancient feelings, present in every human soul from age to age,
    • thoughts, much less find answers in what the civilised world can offer;
    • man regards himself from outside, finding himself an external being
    • of my soul, I find nothing but these pictures (or mental presentations).
    • finds only the empty semblance of Nature.
    • again we find something significant. The artistic treatment of physical
    • turn our spiritual gaze backwards over thousands of years, we find human
    • find the answer. He no longer sees it coming from the stars, as he is
    • in the way we have described and asking where they can find that knowledge
    • the answer. It must find the way to let the hearts of men speak from
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    • that we observe. We always find the same substances as in the external,
    • find no relationship to external nature, for this is destroyed by them.
    • We only find such a relationship when we turn to what man excretes. In
    • very different. But when we try to find something similar to its former
    • I follow what the ether does in transmuting food-stuffs, I find this
    • them back again. He does not find this in stones, though the stones
    • in which man finds himself and which I described at the outset. We shall
    • go back twenty years, we find that experiments showed man to require
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    • back into remote times, he finds a wide-spread primeval wisdom. From
    • feel deep reverence for what he finds. It is presented in a more poetic
    • who studies it rightly will find, even in its external, physical
    • indeed, that people find their way to one another from the most distant
    • the cosmos, we find that moon-forces were active on the paths taken
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    • inner need of finding, or at least seeking, the paths of the soul to
    • of which I spoke. You find that what you see will one day be a corpse;
    • do not find the ego qua experience. It was extinguished. And yet it
    • Thus we can find support neither in the corporeal, nor in the spiritual
    • only, not the heart. The human heart feels a nervous unrest and finds no
    • led by life itself to find — from this starting point in thought
    • Now, in turning our attention to the second man, we find at the same
    • earth itself, you find it is an image of the whole universe. Of course,
    • find we must look beyond the terrestrial. And, in doing this, we come
    • now back again at what is terrestrial. We find in man a solid constituent;
    • find expression in the solid, fluid and airy ‘men’ and have
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    • what we find in the world outside and what we find in man.
    • need not take account of any but earthly substances which he also finds
    • human organism contains. He does not find it necessary to enlarge his
    • solid, earthy, physical realm, we do not find, to begin with. very much
    • etheric finds tremendous scope for acting upwards. The weight acts
    • knowledge of which I have already spoken, one finds the etheric at work
    • I have indicated, at what is outside man, one finds the world built
    • now look back to man, we find in him, too, an etheric body corresponding
    • only what you find drawn in definite outlines in an anatomical atlas.
    • consciousness. If we really understand ancient records we find a
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    • Now, when we study man with ordinary cognition we find that the inner
    • sleep. At most we can say that the dream life finds expression when
    • avoid when you find it accumulated in a room. You express your dislike of
    • find processes occurring within you, and these make up your world.
    • think how many people find it helps to repeat a thing aloud; others
    • you would not want to be offered a photograph. You may find pleasure
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    • to us from ordinary consciousness and through which we can really find
    • secrets of human life. It is a life that finds expression while
    • totality of his being, he can find no answer in ordinary consciousness.
    • pictures before the soul, we find that something in us takes hold of
    • or dirty; he wakes up with this dream and finds he has toothache. He
    • and find he has palpitation of the heart. Or he is distressed in his dream
    • it soft. He shudders, and wakes up to find he is holding a corner of
    • further in this direction we find that all our organs can appear in
    • you find that widely different external experiences can be represented
    • finds expression now, perhaps years afterwards, in the dream described.
    • studying them in this intimate way, you will find that the content of
    • if we start from here and examine dreams of this (first) type, we find
    • study all that a person experiences in such dreams we find that it always
    • other hand, when we study the second kind of dream, we find that what
    • if we study a man's life, we find that it is governed by his ego —
    • altered. In anyone who has such dreams you will find a man of strong
    • to know his individual character, you will find that only a part of
    • same activity. We find that a caricature of the inner organs would arise.
    • the literature of this subject you will find hundreds and hundreds of
    • discover something peculiar. To begin with, you would find that, at
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    • or to inner joy, to something that we find easy or that proves difficult
    • confession to himself; but I ask you to look into yourself to find out
    • find anything else but your life's memories. True, you find these permeated
    • if we do not run away from it, finding it unpleasant to observe the
    • on into our next earthly life in order that it may find compensation
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    • method depends on finding the most rational way of linking the new things
    • find things arising which have quite certainly been experienced, but
    • more and more shadowy, until we find it has expanded to a universe,
    • inner constitution of our soul whether we find this difficult or not;
    • to the spiritual world we find ourselves confronting it in a very peculiar
    • If we look into ourselves during earthly life, we find, at first, memories.
    • may find our way from time to eternity.
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    • dealing with these problems you will find that I always pointed out
    • seriously in Rome. In the biographies of Thomas Aquinas we find
    • the biographies you will find mentioned the bare fact of his refusal.
    • us, you will only find two things that can be affirmed with truth.
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    • perceived by those great ones whose last stragglers we find in
    • find that as regards morality, the Jesuit Order has gone admirably to
    • culpa, as an examination of conscience by a Jesuit, one finds in the
    • not in fact been possible to find a really adequate measure.
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    • hardly find between them any more connection than one finds in the
    • denominations, and one would everywhere find that appeal is made to
    • have to develop our own forces, that we have to find Him in our
    • Scholasticism of Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas will find that in
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • astonishing, for example, if someone was to find in the ordinary way
    • impossible to find in earlier Greek literature, about up to the time
    • But we find one in the later Greek writers, for example Euripides.
    • the Christian era we would find that all human beings still had this
    • man has a particular need to find explanations for many things,
    • difference between the hundredweight and his hand, he would find it
    • predestined than others to find their way to spiritual science.
    • world; but they will not grasp it. They will find themselves in an
    • they do not reject it, will find later the longing for spiritual
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    • impossible to find in earlier Greek literature, about up to the time
    • But we find one in the later Greek writers, for example Euripides.
    • the Christian era we would find that all human beings still had this
    • man has a particular need to find explanations for many things,
    • difference between the hundredweight and his hand, he would find it
    • predestined than others to find their way to spiritual science.
    • world; but they will not grasp it. They will find themselves in an
    • they do not reject it, will find later the longing for spiritual
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    • es der wahren Geisteswissenschaft entspricht. Diese erfindet
    • Siegelbildern dar. Er. hat nichts zu erfinden, sondern lediglich die
    • Serie kann man in einem gewissen Sinne auch beschrieben finden in der
    • – Man kann an den folgenden Siegeln finden, daß sie in
    • solchen Dingen Eingeweihte finden können, daß diese anderen
    • angedeutet sind. In der «Offenbarung St. Johannis» findet
    • künstlerisch-empfindend sich in die Formen hineinschauen
    • empfinden und dann ist von der Seele selbst zu erleben,
    • Kräften fühlt, und man wird empfinden können, wie die
    • Man wird empfinden müssen, wie dieses Motiv aus dem vorigen
    • empfinden kann, was in diesen «Säulen» des
    • wo er ihnen mit alltäglichen Gedanken und Empfindungen
    • dienen; nimmermehr soll man sie an Orten finden oder betrachten, wo
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    • – Man kann an den folgenden Siegeln finden, daß sie
    • solchen Dingen Eingeweihte finden können, daß diese
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    • muß künstlerisch-empfindend sich in die Formen
    • Fülle und in ihrem inneren Leben zu empfinden und
    • Kräften fühlt, und man wird empfinden können,
    • empfinden müssen, wie dieses Motiv aus dem vorigen
    • empfinden kann, was in diesen «Säulen» des
    • alltäglichen Gedanken und Empfindungen
    • Orten finden oder betrachten, wo die Gedanken der Menschen
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    • we turn once more to the old oriental outlook, we find that man knew
    • And that is why so many lies have to find a camping-ground in the
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    • And that is why so many lies have to find a camping-ground in the
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    • relation to the scientific findings of our lime as regards their
    • truth and falsehood with other relations of life, we find a
    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • one with it; we are finding our way to the Gods, and to our own
    • immortal soul, finding our way to what we shall experience in the
    • Now we shall find that the experience I have described
    • filled with world content, then it is that he finds his true manhood.
    • spiritual knowledge. We do not, as a rule, find that the pursuit of
    • not expecting to find in them any ethical working. We boast that we
    • out: with our physical eyes on our physical surroundings; and we find
    • find our way into our body, to grow increasingly one with it, so do
    • never find by the aid of bodily vision alone: namely, that our whole
    • In the present cycle of evolution this does not find
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • spiritual world we find the formative forces that belong to our moral
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • in the knowledge. Everyone will find his own way of doing this.
    • I, for example, find it necessary to fix the results of spiritual
    • personal in him, and he will find the way, as personal man, to the
    • in him that man finds his way to religion, and to all true artistic
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    • relation to the scientific findings of our lime as regards their
    • truth and falsehood with other relations of life, we find a
    • truths of spiritual science. As we gradually find our way on this new
    • one with it; we are finding our way to the Gods, and to our own
    • immortal soul, finding our way to what we shall experience in the
    • Now we shall find that the experience I have described
    • filled with world content, then it is that he finds his true manhood.
    • spiritual knowledge. We do not, as a rule, find that the pursuit of
    • not expecting to find in them any ethical working. We boast that we
    • out: with our physical eyes on our physical surroundings; and we find
    • find our way into our body, to grow increasingly one with it, so do
    • never find by the aid of bodily vision alone: namely, that our whole
    • In the present cycle of evolution this does not find
    • cripple, we may find ourselves able only to form and guide the new
    • spiritual world we find the formative forces that belong to our moral
    • entirely personal matter. As we shall find, however, what seems most
    • in the knowledge. Everyone will find his own way of doing this.
    • I, for example, find it necessary to fix the results of spiritual
    • personal in him, and he will find the way, as personal man, to the
    • in him that man finds his way to religion, and to all true artistic
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    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • attitude is demanded by modern life find spiritual science
    • all sides we find it confirmed that our age stands for the
    • prevail, war and strife would inevitably arise, and find their way
    • difficulty we find in understanding each other. I need only say —
    • group-soul element. We find its peoples making part of a social
    • about you and you will find that this is, in most cases, the sole
    • and when we find that they differ from it we criticise. No progress
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • us. But through ourselves alone we must find the way to understand
    • first stirrings of a need to think freely, we find the opposing power
    • So we find the clash of sharp conflict between
    • of dogmatic religion, we already find it in medical circles where a
    • it will grow stronger and stronger. People will find themselves more
    • knows that there is only one way for the Angels to find solace, and I
    • and there we find Him again. There is a real connection between
    • impulse in modern humanity may find its right outlet. And among
    • consideration. Here, among its many enemies, we find a well-wisher of
    • goodwill, he may yet find his way to the “originality” of
    • sphere in order that they might find Him again shining up to them
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    • vital kind that it finds entrance into life in all circumstances and
    • attitude is demanded by modern life find spiritual science
    • all sides we find it confirmed that our age stands for the
    • prevail, war and strife would inevitably arise, and find their way
    • difficulty we find in understanding each other. I need only say —
    • group-soul element. We find its peoples making part of a social
    • about you and you will find that this is, in most cases, the sole
    • and when we find that they differ from it we criticise. No progress
    • can no longer find its way to human hearts, and individual human
    • us. But through ourselves alone we must find the way to understand
    • first stirrings of a need to think freely, we find the opposing power
    • So we find the clash of sharp conflict between
    • of dogmatic religion, we already find it in medical circles where a
    • it will grow stronger and stronger. People will find themselves more
    • knows that there is only one way for the Angels to find solace, and I
    • and there we find Him again. There is a real connection between
    • impulse in modern humanity may find its right outlet. And among
    • consideration. Here, among its many enemies, we find a well-wisher of
    • goodwill, he may yet find his way to the “originality” of
    • sphere in order that they might find Him again shining up to them
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    • you will find that one of the first exercises shows how to
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    • back into the ancient past we find that man remained capable of organic
    • should confess today, in all sincerity, how difficult it is to find our
    • accompanied by a loss of this vision; man has to find himself deserted by
    • forth to meet him from all sense-phenomena He had to find the way to a
    • you will only find the way out of your purely physical vision of the
    • working of the Event of Golgotha, He is here. But you must find Him; He must come again
    • find all manner of ingenious ways of accepting the cosmic jest —
    • accounted of outstanding importance. Yet throughout this work we find
    • feel these things deeply in their hearts. We shall never find a way out
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • also find the way to come to the super-sensible. At bottom, it is
    • arrogance and pride that find expression in the materialistic view of the
    • knowledge, he must find the possibility, not to make confession of his
    • serve to show how urgent it is to find the way from the confession of
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    • back into the ancient past we find that man remained capable of organic
    • should confess today, in all sincerity, how difficult it is to find our
    • accompanied by a loss of this vision; man has to find himself deserted by
    • forth to meet him from all sense-phenomena He had to find the way to a
    • you will only find the way out of your purely physical vision of the
    • working of the Event of Golgotha, He is here. But you must find Him; He must come again
    • find all manner of ingenious ways of accepting the cosmic jest —
    • accounted of outstanding importance. Yet throughout this work we find
    • feel these things deeply in their hearts. We shall never find a way out
    • shall never find the realm whence Christ came down to unite Himself with
    • also find the way to come to the super-sensible. At bottom, it is
    • arrogance and pride that find expression in the materialistic view of the
    • knowledge, he must find the possibility, not to make confession of his
    • serve to show how urgent it is to find the way from the confession of
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    • Institutes. There on the one side are the anthroposophists who find
    • There we shall find, out of the heart of Anthroposophia itself,
    • of practical questions, our task, after all, will be to find the practical
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    • any foreign bodies are left in it. You will not find it difficult to
    • Then you will find this possibility. In the one plant — wheat
    • with the sainfoin, you will find the seed-forming process quite suppressed
    • you want to treat horse-manure in this way, you will probably find that
    • have done in this present incarnation, but did not find it possible
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    • animal bladder. I cannot recommend you immediately to think of finding
    • reason that you will find it much cheaper to apply these methods.
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    • for you will soon find as much seed as you require, because, in fact,
    • you need so very little. After all, you can also find four-leaved clover.
    • will find its way into the manure of its own accord on a normal farm
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    • barley. Now they were finding that they had to resort to new strains
    • work began with the attempt to find reagents to the etheric forces and
    • the weak points in the materialistic conception and to refute its findings
    • with fungi. Then one can have the interesting experience of finding
    • has produced findings which can hardly fall to open the eyes even of
    • biological controls. But according to the findings of one of the American
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    • will also be essential to find the necessary weeds — in a word,
    • If you examine it thoroughly, you will find it makes a difference to
    • Look at the pastures for once, and you will find that of their own accord
    • They find it tedious to have to go via the plants in gaining protein.
    • in imponderable quantities to the nutritive salt solution, he finds
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    • the sowing and the reaping, we find all manner of quips, intended to
    • return to the old instincts. We want to find, out of a deeper
    • emancipation grows. In human and animal life we find phenomena
    • in the world. You will find silicious substance for example, in
    • pyramid; you will find the silicious substance, combined with oxygen,
    • On the other hand we find another kind of substance, which must occur
    • willing enough to set to work and find it.
    • grows too strong, may even find relief in thunderstorms. How
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    • if we wish to find what conditions are favourable to one plant or
    • certainly find them confirmed. This is the peculiar relation. If in
    • find that the Sun-influence goes as far as the heart and stops short
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    • which it finds expression. They do not penetrate to the relationships
    • substantiality. Wherever we find it in full action and inner
    • finds there its physical expression. More accurately speaking,
    • These two must come together. The oxygen must somehow find its way
    • oxygen-principle must somehow find its way. It must find access to
    • We shall find the Treatment of nitrogen, above all, infinitely
    • — it will find its way back again on to the fields. As human
    • definition, and find its way outward into the undefined chaos of the
    • Afterwards we put it to the test and find it confirmed. I in my
    • It finds a pillar of support in the configurative forces of limestone
    • Now we find limestone
    • there to find support in the silica, working formatively in the
    • cells. By a kind of inbreathing process it finds its way down there.
    • breathing, and where we find any other plants, there we are looking
    • to wait for the winter. Their growth is retarded when they find a
    • shall deal with this question tomorrow, and so find our way to the
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    • ethereal vitality. Hence you will find it easier to permeate ordinary
    • product in process of decomposition — you will find it easier
    • brought into a dead earth and find it difficult, out of its own vitality,
    • parasites — the minutest of living creatures — and find
    • try to find how the production may be made financially most profitable.
    • of to-day is incapable of following the matter up to the point of finding
    • It simply does not find the way to this.
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    • Here is a room; we find an extraordinary number of flies in it. Because
    • often find repeated in agricultural literature, in many variations.
    • is susceptible. You will find that it assumes a peculiar consistency
    • you will scarcely find another plant to replace it. If it should happen
    • then we must use the calcium in the very structure in which we find
    • homoeopathic dose — the corresponding power. And we can find it.
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    • a weed has just as much right to grow as a plant which we find useful.
    • They were approached from every side to find a remedy against the grape-louse,
    • so-called, we often find the strongest curative herbs.
    • Scorpio, you will find this an excellent remedy. Henceforth, your mice
    • may begin to find your farming very tasty — like certain dishes
    • by and by grow faint — a faintness you will certainly find very
    • will find it an excellent remedy. Strictly speaking, it is not a medicament,
    • to their microscope. We, however, must find our way out again into the
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    • and we can find how these things work themselves out in Nature's household.
    • To find the spiritual truths, we cannot merely conclude by analogy from
    • you will often find this saying: Everything in Nature lives by give
    • and take. Look through Goethe's works and you will soon find it. He
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    • finding its way into the hoof and being there deposited. That is not
    • activity in this finding and taking of the food.
    • now find the concrete, specific relations of the animal organism to
    • The root is assisted in absorbing this Ego-force if it can find the
    • organism, will most easily find its way, in the digestive process, to
    • cosmic forces working plastically through the head may find the proper
    • on, simply because they always find them helpful. Likewise in farming,
    • find themselves — all unawares — upon the downward slope,
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    • will find names that are connected with ancient, holy
    • beginning, and even a little before, we find in a district
    • schools of initiation, what sort of a teaching do we find
    • actually find that in these very ancient schools of
    • profaned. For we find on every hand as the symbol of
    • find again in the story of Herodias who uses for the head
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    • will find names that are connected with ancient, holy
    • beginning, and even a little before, we find in a district
    • schools of initiation, what sort of a teaching do we find
    • actually find that in these very ancient schools of
    • profaned. For we find on every hand as the symbol of
    • find again in the story of Herodias who uses for the head
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    • universe, you will find, as it were, that as regards the
    • Taurus, you will find that he is always looking sideways
    • the stage of maturity, we find
    • a fish tail — something which we do not find in
    • in this Zodiac sign you will always find a striding
    • the middle we find the region
    • if we go back to the epoch of Aries, we still find the four
    • etc., we would finally come to Pisces. There we would find
    • we find that he was an etheric being and in the present
    • primeval wisdom of the ages, by finding it within ourselves.
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    • universe, you will find, as it were, that as regards the
    • Taurus, you will find that he is always looking sideways
    • the stage of maturity, we find
    • a fish tail — something which we do not find in
    • in this Zodiac sign you will always find a striding
    • the middle we find the region
    • if we go back to the epoch of Aries, we still find the four
    • etc., we would finally come to Pisces. There we would find
    • we find that he was an etheric being and in the present
    • primeval wisdom of the ages, by finding it within ourselves.
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    • and is waiting to be convinced may find a sort of craziness in many
    • In the same way we find in still higher regions, on the devachanic plane,
    • we find the egos of the minerals, personalities as distinct as men are
    • devachanic plane are in fact densely populated worlds. We find many kinds
    • reverse side of other beings whom we also find in the astral world,
    • If we then mount up higher to the devachanic plane we find certain beings
    • as the other beings on moon and Mars. On Venus too we find yet a second
    • Again we find on the higher
    • there you find the mild, gentle Mars beings present as astral creations,
    • expression as the ego itself finds its centre, finds its inner centre
    • they could find no dwelling place, it would not suit them here. But
    • the human etheric body, you find that similar beings are also incorporated
    • which you can find in the lecture on the
    • indicated in which beings of the higher worlds likewise find their expression
    • you as Saturn beings find their expression in a certain respect in the
    • if one would find deepest wisdom displayed in any sphere of life, one
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    • scriptures; you find them indicated, too, in Goethe's Faust:
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    • bodies independently. What we find in man today as intelligence was
    • spiritually active being — so that one can always find full accord
    • then, if you disregard what official science has yet to find, they will
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    • and find a mantle of air in which are structures of mist, clouds etc.,
    • we should find nothing of a material nature. We should find in the Saturn
    • There we find the Spirits of Will, then the Spirits of Wisdom, Spirits
    • in hoary primitive ages of ancient Greece we find a myth that presents
    • for these Spirits of Form, for their lowest member, then we find it
    • that we should find manifested in our surroundings as the lowest member
    • Everywhere in our surroundings we find everything permeated with wisdom,
    • the wisdom which we find all around us the lowest member of the Spirits
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    • and bodily conditions which we find on the earth today, of the solid
    • you look back at what actually existed of man at that time you find
    • was like a kind of lantern, he shone. One need not find this particularly
    • said today you can also very readily find the facts again in the first
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    • facts further, then one finds that actually on the Earth first a kind
    • find it was radically different from that of a human being of today.
    • we shall still find there the last echoes of an ancient consciousness.
    • we find the group-soul element still more clearly expressed. The individual
    • etheric body, astral body, we should find that this old Moon-consciousness
    • on the old Moon for a quality which we find today on Earth in ever-increasing
    • measure as evolution goes forward, we should not find it existing in
    • lecture — we should find that they represented the extreme limit
    • to find the pure love, where the well-being of the one cannot possibly
    • Law with what one finds in the Law-book of Hammurabi, where man's
    • find religions existing there as preparation for Christianity. We see
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    • is in reality one of the Archangels. You will now find it comprehensible
    • beasts, and so forth, which you find in the various images of the peoples.
    • only look in the Book of Enoch to find the names of yet other Archangels.
    • the Egyptian studied the laws which rule in order to find how the will
    • have been able to find such an expression as it found in Giordano Bruno,
    • And to the Christ man must find his way himself; for it is only the
    • Original Forces who constrain man to find them; to the Christ he must
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    • observe clairvoyantly finds a significant distinction between them and
    • being we therefore find him consisting of three parts, a bodily, a soul,
    • dig into metallic or stony ground you find beings which manifest at
    • body finds its material expression in the glandular system, the instrument
    • together with the incarnation. They find it sympathetic and pleasant
    • Such souls lose the possibility of incarnation and find no other opportunity.
    • is the fruit of the earlier, these would then find no bodies suitable
    • Earth so did the wisdom that we find all around us evolve on the Moon.
    • we should find ruling wisdom everywhere. How much earlier than man the
    • ranks for a long way and everywhere you will find that what is on the
    • You will find that those standing within them will look upon those people
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    • They are attracted by it, for there they find their food — to
    • today with physical science. And one day the learned will find themselves
    • of years we find man himself as a being still belonging to a group soul.
    • of the evolution of mankind: the group-soul age which finds its external
    • can say that he finds mathematical truths through external experience;
    • we find them through inwardly realizing them. If one wants to show that
    • which men find themselves together without the differentiation of the
    • But when men find themselves together in voluntary associations they
    • does not find the link of companionship, it could come about that it
    • for finding nourishment, and they find it in particular where not quite
    • beings can find their nourishment in the feelings which develop through
    • world. But even there we find certain transitional states. Man has come
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    • and have not been able to find their way back and unite again with the
    • life of the soul can find their true explanation. We all know the deep
    • man finds within the physical world, the more he takes with him in his
    • is incapable of finding a new style because it has as yet no inner spiritual
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    • find an opportunity to dwell among men.
    • in space. You will find this in the case of many of the older painters,
    • earth-caves, that which you find on the tombs of the dead, this lit
    • world. The souls who sit here in your bodies will find, when they appear
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    • in the central point, the other finding great
    • who cannot find their way to spirituality. The time will
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    • dear friends, that which was destined after all to find
    • humanity be strong enough to find this earthly reality of
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    • must first answer this question: Where do we find the
    • only the single individual animals. We do not find the
    • There indeed we find, among the beings with whom we are
    • karma, — there we find the Group-souls of the
    • sphere of being which you will find described as
    • finds himself directly after death? Normally when he goes
    • spiritual happening. There we find as it were the
    • im Astralempfinden des Kosmos — die
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    • — then in the last resort we find this truth once
    • finding them peopled by the human beings who are now
    • in the universe shall we find them? Whither must we look in
    • directions which will enable us to find the souls —
    • are now on the way thither or returning thence, we find in
    • one way or another, everyone who finds his way into the
    • There are many human beings whom we find here or there in
    • other things, they are unable to find their way into it.
    • that a soul finds its way into Eurhythmy out of the working
    • by-ways at all, finding their way directly into one domain
    • we find especially if we turn our gaze to the 13th, 12th,
    • find Christ-permeated souls, who were growing and evolving
    • experienced on earth, finding it again in the radiance, in
    • united with the earth. Here we can only find what is like a
    • great cosmic memory of Him. We must find our way back again
    • souls find their way. They seek and find their way into the
    • It was a time when men were finding their way on the one
    • which I have just referred we find a certain soul. We find
    • other present members of this Society. We find him as a
    • finds his way to those others who were also with him in the
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    • different angle. To begin with they find great satisfaction
    • They find satisfaction in all that Anthroposophy has to say
    • find many incarnations. It was after many incarnations,
    • ones for whom we find comparatively few past incarnations
    • find, as we look backward, that they had had comparatively
    • 5th century after Christ. (We find it nearly always, spread
    • time. We then find a subsequent incarnation when all these
    • could find no real understanding of the saying that Christ
    • could not find their way into the idea that Christ —
    • the Sun, where we had always found Him, but now we find Him
    • longing. Thus it was difficult for them to find their way
    • whom I am now speaking — could not find his way into
    • find — above all in their life of will — the
    • actively, we find among such anthroposophists souls of the
    • we shall frequently find the transition types from the one
    • the Anthroposophical Movement, finding fault with the
    • finding fault with the conditions in the Anthroposophical
    • little petty things, we find the transition types,
    • — we must somehow find it possible, each one of us,
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    • important, which we find, approximately, in the fourth,
    • first Christian centuries, we find ourselves in an age when
    • we find the name ‘Bulgar’ applied to human
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    • finding their way together in the longing for a new
    • into the 7th or 8th century, when we still find a delicate
    • cannot prosper on the earth. We shall find you again when
    • world. For the time being, these latter could find no
    • Thus we find
    • discipleship of Chartres we find the souls who had come
    • Nevertheless it is so: what we find in the field of
    • impulses, as we find them expressed in Alain de Lille's
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    • reproduction. Again we find an outward sign of this fact in
    • Alexander the Great and Aristotle, we find ourselves once
    • to find it again when at the end of the seventies of the
    • find it again at a time when, to begin with, an
    • men. And he would find it in a peculiar condition, —
    • towards the earth. He could alone desire to find again, on
    • Intelligence and Freedom. He could alone desire to find it
    • versus Michael: Michael finding himself obliged to defend
    • spiritual streams, will Michael find the impulses which
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    • dominion, having lasted three centuries and finding its
    • find again that which has fallen away from me, which I
    • We can still find
    • that estate in which he finds himself today.
    • It is not enough to find the name of Ahriman contemptible
    • is still contained in Aristotelianism. There we find
    • that man must find once more the power to read in the great
    • spiritually, in the Book of Nature — to find the
    • way, finding themselves in this position: ‘I am drawn
    • connections. There are some who still find the outer
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    • brought about for those who find their way, from other
    • Society. One can find one's way into other societies too,
    • or rather our desire to experience it so — will find
    • learns to find his way still more deeply into the spiritual
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    • The individual who finds himself within the
    • anthroposophical, we shall always find that they are fully
    • Anthroposophy would give, we find a looser relationship at
    • life. He will find life less easy to deal with, for the
    • we find in those who are drawn by an inner impulse into the
    • classes of the school. We find, both in our boy and girl
    • adolescent, to find the ways and means of giving sound
    • will emerge the necessity for me to find inner
    • that otherwise come in your way, you do not find the centre
    • and pain will depend on the finding or not finding of your
    • life, initiative will not find its way forth from the deep
    • You will find many an example in the Anthroposophical
    • materialism to its foundations. But as a rule he finds
    • time of great decisions do not find their way to the
    • find a deep response within our souls. It should touch us
    • call it) then we shall find: the Michaelites are indeed
    • or is still karmically united, with many who cannot find
    • the most gifted of men does Ahriman find his prey, —
    • use of it, my dear friends, if someone finds a book
    • brilliant gifts can find his way into everything — he
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    • scholars we find a very real reflection of those old
    • we find also the Angel Beings belonging to the human beings
    • karma can find no end. For a split has taken place in the
    • these human beings in our time to find their way together
    • remained in the kingdom of Michael, it is difficult to find
    • the Anthroposophical Movement. Thus we shall find it
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    • the findings of spiritual research regarding the life of Jesus before the
    • Christ idea. And in books and lecture cycles we find
    • Christ, and we will find that all the science, all the
    • first at Southern Europe, we find a profound spiritual
    • later persecuted the Christians. We find in the Italian
    • find in Plato, whose brilliance really appears as a
    • it's something else. We find that he showed very
    • profundities of spiritual life, will find something which
    • find that the Darwinist impulses were born of Christianity,
    • will find much justification for the anger of the
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    • things do we find via this detour the ability to observe
    • to find these things about which I am obligated to
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    • novel and then can't find enough admiring words to
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    • resist them. He found the strength which man needs to find
    • earth, but how mankind can find the way from the earth up
    • protect us from others who may find such things unpleasant
    • same book we find the peculiar sentence: “Contact of
    • then finds the Christ-being worshiped in the same ritual
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    • book. Today, we again seek to find the meaning of this book.
    • never placed on the content of this teaching. One can also find this
    • value we find ascribed to the externals of life. Absolutely nothing
    • at the old mysteries we find in them a more or less unified feature.
    • mysteries, we find there complete agreement in one feature: a prophecy
    • through the impulses he gave. We find a portrayal of this in the
    • great Atlantean flood and then further back we do not find the I in a body
    • think as well as we can now. When we look into the future we find the I in
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    • finds access to our souls across this bridge. For human beings who see,
    • could not find expression on the physical plane. We ourselves must create
    • who finds the key to what is great in these works will come to admire
    • service of that to which she could find no access. She would much prefer
    • influence. Otherwise, the adversarial powers that find expression in
    • burning in their lamps, that the bridegroom finds illuminated souls,
    • find its destruction in conflict between selfish, egoistic powers in
    • is up to every individual to find a connection to the spiritual life
    • to seven communities are placed before us. If human beings are to find
    • who pray for spirit, for they find through themselves the Kingdom of
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    • of a certain geographical territory. In order to find our way into the
    • as “the music of the spheres.” The music of the spheres finds
    • the sounds themselves? What we find in the philosophical books concerning
    • will find a description of how Christian mysticism describes the devachanic
    • leaders of humankind who are our pathfinders, we look to them as leaders
    • it is really only explained by Theosophy. Think of the pathfinder whom
    • the place where he speaks of the overcoming of death. When you find human
    • cultivated. So you will find one aspect emphasized in one territory, and
    • to the region where humanity's sense of personality finds expression.
    • You will find that in the ancient forms of speech as a characterization
    • again to tell us that it is the eternal in the human being. You will find
    • unpurified astral body is one that knows only itself, that finds everything
    • five planetary seals that we find as vignettes in the program. These
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    • age. It is much greater than our explanations and will find even higher,
    • We can find the same process
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    • blossoming of the Atlantean culture, we find the modern human being's
    • If we were to survey the various oracles we would find everywhere what
    • representative of the first, the Indian culture; the Persian finds its
    • the seven stars, are what we find in theosophical teachings concerning
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    • a dim dawning, the more we also find a dim clairvoyance; the further
    • times, in the last centuries before Christ, we still find group souls.
    • We find in early Atlantean
    • epoch to epoch human souls find themselves again and again in different
    • Humankind, rushing toward the war of all against all, will then find
    • We find the least amount
    • of black magic in the ancient Indian culture. We find the greatest misuse
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    • Apocalypse we find a portrayal of the great main epoch of the seven
    • we find there the chorus of seven holy Rishis, who point to Vishva Karman.
    • Those who hear this admonishment will easily find their way back into
    • nothing I know how to find all.”
    • had to be taught to live in such a way that they could find Osiris in
    • Everywhere we find the
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    • people must find the connection to true wisdom. Let us assume that the
    • came into this stream. We find in Roman culture a complete skepticism
    • to find again the spiritual world behind sense existence; and Theosophy
    • the simplest way. In the future all science will find Christ, even though
    • it finds today nothing but a dead corpse-like existence in the sensible
    • much to find of those transformed human beings who will have increasingly
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    • 18:14 And the fruits that thy soul lusted after are departed from thee, and all things which were dainty and goodly are departed from thee, and thou shalt find them no more at all. \
    • has prepared and will find waiting is called the
    • In a new state, in the Jupiter existence, they will find the place where,
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    • We see how we again find the messages of the writer of the Apocalypse
    • In this way we can find all the teachings of Theosophy in the
    • Even the deeds that are sacrifices for humanity must find their cosmic
    • we find all of this again even unto the names in the Apocalypse. As
    • This, too, we find again in the Apocalypse.
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    • read it in history books — we find that this Order of the Knights
    • add up all this in its years, then we find that everyone lives to about the
    • into Man's hand a means whereby he may find blessing in his own soul.
    • high ideal. (As I said before, we are not concerned with finding fault but
    • that arise between soul and soul, and that must find their way right into the
    • Lemurian epoch. We find there a certain moment in evolution — it lies
    • back. It is not only in space that we find movements in curves as in a
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    • read it in history books — we find that this Order of the Knights
    • add up all this in its years, then we find that everyone lives to about the
    • into Man's hand a means whereby he may find blessing in his own soul.
    • high ideal. (As I said before, we are not concerned with finding fault but
    • that arise between soul and soul, and that must find their way right into the
    • Lemurian epoch. We find there a certain moment in evolution — it lies
    • back. It is not only in space that we find movements in curves as in a
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    • this revelation, of the World Spirit through Man, so that he may find
    • especially the earlier ones — for much that is to find
    • and in the lower animals, where it first appears, you will find an
    • find their way inside us through the doors of the senses, and
    • spine observed from the rear. There we find that the appearance of
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    • throughout the world. We shall, indeed, have to find our way upward
    • We shall find, to be
    • from the plants to sentient beings, to the animals, we find that it
    • also, we find a parallel between the blood and the ego; for the
    • is, indeed, a fact — this finds its complete experimental support
    • man, the man we may become if we find release from our Selves and
    • find that the human organism is one of the truest images of that
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    • outside finds expression in the life of our brain.
    • to find a certain variation of this system from the other
    • the suppositions we have formed. We find that, whereas in the case of
    • extraordinarily difficult to find out the functions of the spleen by
    • shall find, however, that such is not the case. The inner rhythm,
    • and myths may find the metamorphoses of a deeper wisdom, then he will
    • organisation. For what we find there has been born out of the worlds,
    • in the myths and sagas, and that those occultists are right who find
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    • We shall then find the transition leading to a description of the
    • scientific methods, find difficulties as soon as they choose the road
    • determining factor. Just as we find in looking at a pendulum that its
    • generally find the following to be true: When anyone approaches what
    • and then seek by means of reflection to find out how each of them
    • reflection one may find all sorts of arbitrary solutions or
    • We now find, however,
    • continue our discussion further and find yet more to add to it. It is
    • should expect to find is actually present. We see. here that these
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    • etheric currents in them are, as yet, very indefinite. We find,
    • that do the forming, which we can as little find in the already fashioned
    • form as we find the builder of the machine in the machine itself.
    • skin do we find such enclosing, but also within the human organism itself
    • do find just such self-enclosing activity inside the human being, one
    • the skin we find no more form-giving forces, we must picture to ourselves
    • of nutrition or air, there is not a complete enclosing of what finds
    • confront each other all along the line, so to speak; but we find
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    • be possible in some way to find the whole man, in a certain sense, in
    • must in that case be possible to find in the skin everything
    • into what belongs to this total organisation of man, we shall find
    • layers stretched over the entire surface of the body — we find
    • Thus we find present
    • the human ego; and we find also what constitutes the expression of
    • find, in the skin organs of secretion, glands of the greatest
    • finally what underlies this life-process, we shall find there
    • time a transporting of substances, and we find this in the skin just
    • also obvious that it cannot exist as it is except by finding a place
    • we ultimately find in the cartilage or the bone is nothing else than
    • conclude from direct evidence that really we can find no further
    • “When we observe this human being we find we have two poles, as
    • observe these two extremes in the human organisation, we find we have
    • separate skull is so different from every other that in each we find
    • if he finds a shell, for example, to conclude from its form that at
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    • findings of modern science alone to bring forward all that is
    • present-day findings, for what may be learned in the sphere of
    • You will never find
    • or not. We may find, therefore, that for literally everything which
    • but we find that within our organism what we may call refined
    • we may call the cherishing of a will-impulse in the soul, we find
    • we may accordingly expect to find that a “salt-deposit”
    • may expect to find salt-deposits in the bony system. And, in actual
    • fact, we do find that the bones consist of phosphate of lime and
    • flames into feelings and is stirred into impulses of will, must find
    • expect to find that something is incorporated into the blood which,
    • accordance with what they are in the macrocosm. And this we do find,
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    • crystal, you find that the substances which enter into it, if they
    • find that it must again inwardly organise and differentiate itself.
    • reopens himself outward that we find the basis for his physical
    • back into the liver itself, and the liver in turn we find connected
    • Thus we find our
    • respective kinship with the organs or members which we find embedded
    • systems of organs. We shall thus find it comprehensible that through
    • will, we find ourselves inwardly aroused, as it were, in our entire
    • forces which, if they could find any approach at all to the
    • transformation of the organic systems in their activities. We find
    • warmth, helps us to find the way to a new and higher stage leading to
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    • old when these sounds worked creatively in him. In fact we must find
    • all that we find in our own environment it has nothing but heat. No
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    • findings on the subject in hand. No one having such an attitude could
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    • find anything in the least comparable to that plantlike weaving in
    • of man — was then developed to the animal stage. You will find
    • condition, we find that in this “solid” state —
    • impressive words, in words full of power; we find there again what we
    • we find described in impressive detail how creatures appeared on the
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    • a Being who disseminates this warmth, and finds thereby means of
    • shall, then, expect to find that according to Genesis the three
    • coming into existence of our earth we should expect to find a
    • find the Saturn warmth working as an expression of a soul-spiritual.
    • And this is what we do find, if we understand the account rightly. I
    • find? We should expect the sound-ether to set to work to organise
    • a more precise philology would find that there is contained in this
    • upward, and others accumulate below, we should expect to find that
    • find all that clairvoyant investigation can bring to light —
    • wonderful experience to find confirmed in Genesis what we have first
    • if you then compare these independent findings with the Genesis
    • We find them in the
    • Should we not expect to find the Spirits of Personality, the
    • should expect to find the Principalities, or Spirits of Personality,
    • To find the answer to
    • those who try to find a way out by giving a geological meaning to
    • We find the same
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    • earth's beginnings, we find many things which still need to be
    • prepared to recognise it; we must be prepared to find it everywhere.
    • something that the Elohim find already there. Light is something they
    • comes if it knows how to interpret its own findings properly. What
    • conversation between Maria and her three companions you will find
    • Does Genesis say nothing of these? Let us look more closely to find
    • the sprouting green. But in order for anything animal to find a place
    • world has been organised, we find that each age has a number of
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    • it specially important to find confirmed in ancient documents of
    • within another, and that warmth permeates everything. We find warmth
    • can also say that we find everywhere the activity of the Elohim, the
    • element we shall find not just the substantial basis, the body of the
    • Now let us try to find
    • does not find the fantastic apparition of physical matter, for that
    • of the dust which we find in the world is dust by natural tendency.
    • being of these cloud formations, we find hidden within them something
    • environment, just as we can find them in the cosmos without. The
    • activity of these hierarchies is extended to all that we find in our
    • evolution, we find all the different hierarchies already there. All
    • century make of this? It says: “We find in one passage the name
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    • And God saw ..., which we find on the first day, is left out
    • making of Genesis.” And when he finds that the astounding thing
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    • evolutions we should expect to find the human being there all the
    • time, we should expect to find him long before the sixth day. How is
    • it that we find no earlier mention of man in the Genesis account?
    • “days” we must not expect to find man in the region of
    • appropriate physical laws; we must expect to find him in a
    • find man in the earth element, but as a soul-spiritual being in the
    • correlate some of the findings of Spiritual Science with the Genesis
    • accordance with its laws.” Thus here too we find a deeper
    • investigation of today. And in Genesis we find a theory of evolution
    • fifth day we still do not find man among the physical earth beings.
    • It is not until the sixth day that we find man actually among the
    • and find there differentiated currents of warmth not so dense as gas,
    • We find then a remarkable
    • itself. Here also, if we know how to interpret what is said, we find
    • crude symbolism; they are the direct findings of clairvoyant
    • find this out if they really wanted to learn. If we studied
    • Science, by communicating its findings, to point once more to the
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    • corroborated the findings of clairvoyant investigation. There remain
    • findings as to the evolution of our earth. I have already said that I
    • days, you find it mentioned that there were still no herbs, no
    • Thus we find a
    • Spiritual Science itself constrained us to find in the Bible what we
    • today as it was at that time, but we can nevertheless find something
    • you find described in my
    • bound up with what we find in creation as the body of the moon.
    • Beings. We can find no word for those Beings, save only that one
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    • was not yet as he is today. The physical body which we find in man
    • find in the Bible — and again now in clairvoyant perception
    • modern translation, you find the remarkable sentence: These are
    • heavens. Usually we find the whole hierarchy of the Elohim
    • I ask you to look at this sentence carefully and try honestly to find
    • which the Bible story is based, how hard it is to find the true
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    • find them in my book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, or in my Outline
    • time, will find that after the second dentition certain soul-forces
    • These two forces, and others, which you will find described in the
    • Anthroposophical movement, is called into life, the members may find
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    • find them in my book Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, or in my Outline
    • time, will find that after the second dentition certain soul-forces
    • These two forces, and others, which you will find described in the
    • Anthroposophical movement, is called into life, the members may find
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    • you will find special practices for the soul through
    • (one can find this presented more precisely in
    • not reach down to this level. We can find in the hidden depths of
    • notice that he tries to find in phenomenalism that which can never be
    • he finds that a large part of mysticism consists of the phenomena
    • the deepening of his soul life, strives, as he says, to find
    • “God in himself” this God that man finds in his inner being
    • mystics we find, when they speak of the “God within,”
    • mystic who clings to ecstasy is deprived more and more. We find with
    • poorer, our logic becomes ever poorer. Finally we find that we can no
    • longer find our orientation, and anyone who knows the facts can set
    • one digs into the earth like a miner. Whatever one finds there can
    • knowledge. He thus finds that the existence of that which develops
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    • you will find special practices for the soul through
    • (one can find this presented more precisely in
    • not reach down to this level. We can find in the hidden depths of
    • notice that he tries to find in phenomenalism that which can never be
    • he finds that a large part of mysticism consists of the phenomena
    • the deepening of his soul life, strives, as he says, to find
    • “God in himself” this God that man finds in his inner being
    • mystics we find, when they speak of the “God within,”
    • mystic who clings to ecstasy is deprived more and more. We find with
    • poorer, our logic becomes ever poorer. Finally we find that we can no
    • longer find our orientation, and anyone who knows the facts can set
    • one digs into the earth like a miner. Whatever one finds there can
    • knowledge. He thus finds that the existence of that which develops
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    • human mind and soul which today we find separated as science, art and
    • the best sense — which we find in
    • and spiritual life, we find there two figures, figures which have a
    • Odysseus, Menelaus, we find the external civilisation which we know
    • finding a philosophical basis for the secrets of existence as it is
    • then gathers here — we find ourselves filled with spiritual
    • we find perfection, but we find the beginning of an aim. I should
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    • the son of Tantalus — we find an indication that there is a
    • today would find such an idea grotesque.
    • knowledge in the astral body. How wonderful it is to find these
    • The forces which you find described in my little book
    • to Greek times, we find in the tradition of Greek mysticism, of Greek
    • visible to the etheric vision of man; you will find this again
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    • to you all, an idea which not only finds common expression in the
    • scene epitomises the sense of conflict which finds expression in
    • snow. The man of today can find no word to cover what the Greek
    • soul-forces which lie behind the will, find their expression in the
    • with a mixture of things, you have to find out the proportions of the
    • geometrical figure. If we ponder deeply this figure we find that it
    • body. In short, in this figure you find expressed the reciprocal
    • on the occult signs, makes them real to himself, and then finds that
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    • into the sphere of Zeus. But when we consider the ego itself, we find
    • Hence we find, as the representative of the ego-forces in the world
    • about to say by way of parenthesis you will find in the little book I
    • find those who in eastern mysticism are called Dhyani, in Christian
    • find in evolution that one thing, one epoch, is never exactly like
    • which follows the Greco-Latin time, we again find something very
    • these leading Beings looked during the EgyptoChaldean epoch, we find
    • to expect to find the highest leaders of humanity, the really
    • may in the physical realm, we shall not find the Christ substance as
    • this we find the difference between all the planetary gods and the
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    • the Jordan, we find the same thing. That is made clear in the little book
    • the monologue word by word, line by line, you find a true description
    • of what he experienced. You find it all there, quite realistically
    • evolution. On the Moon the ego-consciousness could find no footing.
    • soul-life which we find personified by Persephone was developed in
    • we do find in Greek mythology the splendid legend of the second
    • and so on; we find how he then crossed into Arabia, returning again
    • nur der vermag zurecht zu finden sich
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    • the thought and feeling of ancient Greece was really like, we find
    • occultism, do we find this contradiction, a contradiction which
    • intelligence. However widely we search, we shall never find this ego
    • what a man's normal faculties find within him as his ego ever
    • something very different from what man finds within him in normal
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • today will be hard put to it to find any trace of the real Atlantean
    • the earth we shall never find traces of prehistoric man which are
    • the wonderful Greek mythology, there we shall find the normal,
    • we find snail shells and mussel shells. Let us study the
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    • content goes, you will find nothing in any element of our process of
    • find your own reality. What I have here said in a few words can be
    • we find this phrase: im Nebellande jung geworden.
    • will find all manner of things to object to, they will find you
    • consciousness. Thus when we cast about to find the individualities in
    • become, we find these two, Dionysos and the wise Silenus. These
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    • find other ways of obtaining knowledge than the usual ones. In
    • shrink back, and it is only when we find the strength which arises
    • in their egotism find it intolerable to have to carry through the
    • finds it very difficult to accept, something which is in the highest
    • the question at a higher level. Why is it that we find so much in
    • he finds so much that is inharmonious. Let us assume for a moment
    • course of our soul's trials we discover it, we find so much to
    • find numerous currents, manifold directions of force, which are the
    • You will find an even more detailed description of this from a
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    • our own bodily organisation could find expression through the
    • the naturalists will one day be very astonished to find how
    • turn our clairvoyant gaze, we find the astral body very strongly
    • dove, which we find in the Gospels — had to make its
    • find in his writings a remarkable teaching about the nature of man, a
    • human being. You would find a description of how extremely fine
    • fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. We find a certain awareness of it
    • respect of other regions of his being, we find something most
    • faint-hearted, impotent, that he should find that confidence to
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    • seems a marvel by finding, through its own activity, a kind of
    • wonder, we are not at all inclined to find the answer to the riddle
    • formulated in the terms of ordinary science and you will find it so
    • into space the thinner our ideas become, and we find ourselves at
    • world’, along the lines of abstract science, finds himself at
    • into ourselves we find the opposite of what we find when we expand
    • we try to go out into the cosmos we find ourselves before the void;
    • if we try to sink into ourselves we find ourselves ensnared in our
    • And if we can only find ourselves within this consciousness of ours
    • cosmos and find the Christ-principle in the widths of space, or
    • in either case we find it all impersonal and freed from ourselves. In
    • either direction we find something which transcends ourselves. In
    • cosmic space we are not dissipated, atomised, we find the world of
    • can hope to complete the circle, to find will from the one side,
    • shall be able to close the circle and to find in the
    • first Rosicrucian drama, in which we find a development of soul which
    • last the ‘world-wonders’ find their solution, and the
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    • them. The reader may not find himself able at once to accept or
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    • the Gospel of St. Luke we find that which speaks at every moment to
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    • did man find his way into the outer world. Jahve is recognised first
    • captivity Zarathustra was preparing the way that would lead to the finding
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    • into man was something living. We find clear illustrations
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    • find the common ground for ourselves and the dead. A hindrance to
    • tissue’ is the common ground where we meet the dead. Finding
    • its ideas. Those who find it easy are not always those who benefit.
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    • is finding it increasingly difficult to stand up against the attacks
    • nor indeed is it easy to find the right words in which to say all
    • have come to the surface in socialism, we should find that they are
    • we find something different, something comparable with what in
    • Spiritual Science is called Imaginations; we find myths and legends,
    • blindfold, and can find nothing in it. Yet this world raps at the
    • can find them. The way in which we can find them will be discussed
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    • We find a consideration of that outer
    • might say: Anyone who wishes to know man as man, finds but little
    • in an artistic consideration of the universe, he may find more truth
    • cosmic relations, we find that in reality he does not only arise and
    • man needs. I have mentioned how seldom one finds the right thing
    • cannot find a cure for his patients if he is himself the one who
    • can, as it were, only find his welfare when he seeks it together with
    • the natural science of this 19th century, we find an impressive
    • only possess in the abstract, we must find again the living
    • to find support in me. (What I am now relating is for the purpose of
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    • find the common ground for ourselves and the dead. A hindrance to
    • tissue' is the common ground where we meet the dead. Finding
    • different kind — we find that it is due to the fact that we
    • a great many hindrances to finding this common ground. The first
    • my senses and have put together with the intellect; I now find myself
    • kinds of deception in respect to such things. They wish to find a
    • and often, if we did but reflect, we should find that something
    • world, hence he finds himself so little there. Anyone who gives even
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    • fancy, but really reflect fruitfully upon them, we find the bridge
    • psychology, psycho-analysis, finds out many things which are making
    • ‘hidden provinces of the soul.’ He finds that when this
    • he was to be betrothed, he would find that events had not taken place
    • prevent man from finding constant fault with his destiny; but if he
    • could survey all the factors, he would find that he agreed to
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    • its ideas. Those who find it easy are not always those who benefit.
    • it at all. Were they to reflect upon it, they would find that a man
    • his gaze from the spiritual world can find the reality from these
    • thoughts, just as our thoughts can find the reality to which they are
    • we can study men and observe their characters, we soon find that even
    • find there are those who grasp things quickly, but have a terribly
    • life is absolutely a gift, the dead do not find a common air with us;
    • regard to the beings whom we wish to approach, they do not find us;
    • it most easily, find it most difficult. This is because they are too
    • in the impression, but we find ourselves. Then comes inspiration, if
    • find our dead when we can meet in a common spiritual place with a
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    • Their thoughts can only find the way to us when they are able to
    • develop; and we can only find the way to them by fostering in our
    • very difficult to find. It resembles gratitude to life, but is quite
    • of confidence, O Life?’ he finds much that otherwise he would
    • not find in life. Such a mood should not be considered superficially;
    • it should not lead to finding everything in life brilliant and good.
    • confidence, we make it possible for the dead to find his way to us
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    • finds himself in a special position, for he raises the expectation
    • nature. Then we will find a point of reference on how the modern
    • subjected entirely to chance. If, for example, one researcher finds
    • every evening. But human beings do find themselves in the spiritual
    • Present day materialism will find it very hard to admit that the
    • earth, find no echo in the higher worlds? Certainly we do not take
    • the spiritual world and finds its nourishment there, can be
    • create more life.” Thus life finds a form not for one-sided
    • must seek a common ground, and find perceptions and feelings
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    • finds himself in a special position, for he raises the expectation
    • nature. Then we will find a point of reference on how the modern
    • subjected entirely to chance. If, for example, one researcher finds
    • every evening. But human beings do find themselves in the spiritual
    • Present day materialism will find it very hard to admit that the
    • earth, find no echo in the higher worlds? Certainly we do not take
    • the spiritual world and finds its nourishment there, can be
    • create more life.” Thus life finds a form not for one-sided
    • must seek a common ground, and find perceptions and feelings
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    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • presenting a point of view still popular with many people who find it
    • ‘simple faith,’ which they and others find so convenient.
    • facts that people on the one hand find really incomprehensible
    • would find they absolutely accorded with common sense; and that
    • not find they accord with the ‘simple faith’ they think
    • these with the clear thinking of adulthood, we find that man's inner
    • find that this imprinting that I have just described as a conscious
    • world where the experiences have been undergone. We find out the real
    • find, however, that we cannot experience this soul body in
    • inside at the Greek or the Roman era will find what is said here
    • we find that prior to the eighth century
    • ascend to the spirit again and to find its way once more to
    • will be superseded; people will find a new understanding of
    • will find that when they listen to spiritual science in a really
    • you can find this knowledge for yourself, but you have then acquired
    • find the spirit again in our materialistic world, is about to enter
    • can find the way to the spiritual worlds again.
    • external logic of the intellect and its inability to find its way to
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    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • take place unless humanity is able to find a new relationship
    • presenting a point of view still popular with many people who find it
    • ‘simple faith,’ which they and others find so convenient.
    • facts that people on the one hand find really incomprehensible
    • would find they absolutely accorded with common sense; and that
    • not find they accord with the ‘simple faith’ they think
    • these with the clear thinking of adulthood, we find that man's inner
    • find that this imprinting that I have just described as a conscious
    • world where the experiences have been undergone. We find out the real
    • find, however, that we cannot experience this soul body in
    • inside at the Greek or the Roman era will find what is said here
    • we find that prior to the eighth century
    • ascend to the spirit again and to find its way once more to
    • will be superseded; people will find a new understanding of
    • will find that when they listen to spiritual science in a really
    • you can find this knowledge for yourself, but you have then acquired
    • find the spirit again in our materialistic world, is about to enter
    • can find the way to the spiritual worlds again.
    • external logic of the intellect and its inability to find its way to
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    • will find that on numberless points he himself is sunk in blindest
    • belief in authority. If he cannot find them — do not take it
    • ill of me, if I say — that the less he finds of this belief in
    • Illusion.’ Anyone who studies this chapter will find a
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    • will find that on numberless points he himself is sunk in blindest
    • belief in authority. If he cannot find them — do not take it
    • ill of me, if I say — that the less he finds of this belief in
    • Illusion.’ Anyone who studies this chapter will find a
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    • regions of the earth, we find that in terms of this threefold
    • oriental, we shall find that the lofty spirituality we so justly
    • those of Middle Europe, we find an outstanding development of the
    • from a more purely spiritual point of view, we shall find that the
    • of the world, not so much in search of ideas but in order to find the
    • nature and essence of the Peoples of the Earth that we find the
    • peoples is not his and he must find it in them. In his heart he feels
    • we find that what is truly characteristic of them is hidden under
    • thing as we find in Goethe when he seeks along multifarious paths for
    • America, we find the figure of the true Westerner expressed in
    • abstract concepts, these husks of words and ideas, finds their way to
    • creations of one's own people. Each individual race must so find its
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    • oriental, we shall find that the lofty spirituality we so justly
    • those of Middle Europe, we find an outstanding development of the
    • from a more purely spiritual point of view, we shall find that the
    • of the world, not so much in search of ideas but in order to find the
    • nature and essence of the Peoples of the Earth that we find the
    • peoples is not his and he must find it in them. In his heart he feels
    • we find that what is truly characteristic of them is hidden under
    • thing as we find in Goethe when he seeks along multifarious paths for
    • America, we find the figure of the true Westerner expressed in
    • abstract concepts, these husks of words and ideas, finds their way to
    • creations of one's own people. Each individual race must so find its
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • age only those who are familiar with the findings of
    • We shall find no poem on the Christmas Tree among, let us
    • rudiments of that form, we shall everywhere find an
    • find it in constantly new forms among the widespread masses
    • always be able to find new symbols, symbols that are in
    • find such bliss in the physical world, souls entered a
    • between birth and death; and men can find Him when they unite
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    • age only those who are familiar with the findings of
    • We shall find no poem on the Christmas Tree among, let us
    • rudiments of that form, we shall everywhere find an
    • find it in constantly new forms among the widespread masses
    • always be able to find new symbols, symbols that are in
    • find such bliss in the physical world, souls entered a
    • between birth and death; and men can find Him when they unite
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    • to-day, we find that the souls entering the world through birth bear
    • power, while, on the other, man must find the strength to free
    • learn another kind of thinking than that which can lazily find
    • which is striving to reveal itself to men, only finds expression in
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • carried over into Christianity — people find it unchristian.
    • raised again by a spiritual deepening. We look to the West and find a
    • and find a cultural life that despises the West and us too, for the
    • to find the right path between Western materialism, and Eastern
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    • power, while, on the other, man must find the strength to free
    • learn another kind of thinking than that which can lazily find
    • which is striving to reveal itself to men, only finds expression in
    • great problems of the age find partial expression. But they did not
    • carried over into Christianity — people find it unchristian.
    • raised again by a spiritual deepening. We look to the West and find a
    • and find a cultural life that despises the West and us too, for the
    • to find the right path between Western materialism, and Eastern
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • man must find within himself a certainty of belief. He must recognise
    • well find reassurance if they discriminate clearly between what man can
    • cannot give each exercise here in detail, but you can find this
    • the Ego to the point where we find ourselves within the
    • the causal explanation of nature finds in its domain no place in the
    • For that which finds a place within the human being where causality
    • intuition, he finds it at its highest in love purified by spirit.
    • Kantian idea what you find there: ‘Freedom, thou friendly,
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    • man must find within himself a certainty of belief. He must recognise
    • well find reassurance if they discriminate clearly between what man can
    • cannot give each exercise here in detail, but you can find this
    • the Ego to the point where we find ourselves within the
    • the causal explanation of nature finds in its domain no place in the
    • For that which finds a place within the human being where causality
    • intuition, he finds it at its highest in love purified by spirit.
    • Kantian idea what you find there: ‘Freedom, thou friendly,
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    • interesting finding of occult research. You know that when a man
    • more confirmation you will find. In this age of intellectualism, I do
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    • interesting finding of occult research. You know that when a man
    • more confirmation you will find. In this age of intellectualism, I do
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    • ordinary consciousness, we find that everything that takes place here
    • parallel lines. Let us try to find in this world everything which may
    • we find that the human being has a more or less healthy
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    • ordinary consciousness, we find that everything that takes place here
    • parallel lines. Let us try to find in this world everything which may
    • we find that the human being has a more or less healthy
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    • be accomplished by human beings. We find our place in our time either
    • Testament against all kinds of external records and find it
    • The farther back we go in human evolution, the less developed we find
    • finding materialistic meanings behind terms that are obviously
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    • with the Gospels. It has no problem at all finding the intellectual
    • unsuitable body because it cannot find a suitable one, this
    • into. Zarathustra had to find a suitable physical brain.
    • Christianity, so we will now find out about the mission of the
    • look at ancient times, we find that people had other faculties of
    • the Hebrews, we find that the Babylonian Captivity occurred at the
    • grateful to find it described from the point of view of four
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    • find material for a novel in it and looking for protagonists that can
    • Furthermore, reading the Bible today, we find something that,
    • macrocosm, forces we find in the heavens, here or there in the
    • there in reality? We must go all the way up to the sun to find the
    • sun, we find what can be called the Golden Star, Zarathustra.
    • We find these miracles
    • circumlocutions to find again what was simply present in the words in
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    • reality on the basis of all that we find within its domain. It is
    • have understood them, we can find them confirmed in reality. Some of
    • quite natural that people then try to find out, on the basis of the
    • can take through the forces of the earth, we find that human beings
    • seven forms of etheric bodies. We simply have to count, and we find
    • Lemurian epochs, we find that initially impulses and tendencies
    • by that name. However, a lot will depend on our finding in Christ the
    • result of a long development, so, in the future, the findings of
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    • confidently and find our footing in the
    • thought. You will often find there is very little that is really
    • find that it was done by any of the “practical”
    • to see the Professor. However, he did not find him at home, so he
    • that it may find its true bearings at every point in life.” He
    • find it difficult to imagine that something may take place in the invisible
    • inquiries and find out what really happened, and so discover whether
    • important to carry out such principles and methods. We must find time
    • that, to begin with, you find you are unable to call to mind, exactly,
    • You will find that in the meantime the things have changed, and that
    • is that a man is seeking to find, it is there in the world. Whether he
    • are not only finding the logical reasons for this and that; we are
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    • confidently and find our footing in the
    • thought. You will often find there is very little that is really
    • find that it was done by any of the “practical”
    • to see the Professor. However, he did not find him at home, so he
    • that it may find its true bearings at every point in life.” He
    • find it difficult to imagine that something may take place in the invisible
    • inquiries and find out what really happened, and so discover whether
    • important to carry out such principles and methods. We must find time
    • that, to begin with, you find you are unable to call to mind, exactly,
    • You will find that in the meantime the things have changed, and that
    • is that a man is seeking to find, it is there in the world. Whether he
    • are not only finding the logical reasons for this and that; we are
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    • he will often find that the very slightest thing can work miracles.
    • Assume, for instance, that a man begins to notice he can never find
    • somewhere, and presently discovers that she can never find it again
    • only do this once, I shall not always succeed in finding it again
    • find countless things which it is very nice, no doubt, to satisfy,
    • point, to find the right educational tact. If you are able to fulfil
    • rather ask: What am I to do now? than find the reasons for their
    • something that one finds exasperating because of its effect on
    • pattern of his behaviour. You will soon find that even with a man
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    • he will often find that the very slightest thing can work miracles.
    • Assume, for instance, that a man begins to notice he can never find
    • somewhere, and presently discovers that she can never find it again
    • only do this once, I shall not always succeed in finding it again
    • find countless things which it is very nice, no doubt, to satisfy,
    • point, to find the right educational tact. If you are able to fulfil
    • rather ask: What am I to do now? than find the reasons for their
    • something that one finds exasperating because of its effect on
    • pattern of his behaviour. You will soon find that even with a man
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • out of ourselves and find them again in things (and things in them)
    • in us as sensation, and then set it before us, we should likewise find
    • back upon ourselves we should find it again — just as we find
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
    • constitution and then, having transformed it, find it again in the
    • contained in the world, so as to find them again in things, and then
    • once learnt to know the living structure of space finds it most
    • manner we can find a quite real progression, even though,
    • filled with matter. And we find space filled with ever loftier
    • back on human evolution, we do not, in fact, always find the same
    • reach higher stages of cognition, we find something striking. Those
    • [Seelenverfassung]. Thus we find systematic breathing
    • — what we find when we go to school, what is offered in the
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    • out of ourselves and find them again in things (and things in them)
    • in us as sensation, and then set it before us, we should likewise find
    • back upon ourselves we should find it again — just as we find
    • looking back at ourselves, find that we are a part of this space. As
    • constitution and then, having transformed it, find it again in the
    • contained in the world, so as to find them again in things, and then
    • once learnt to know the living structure of space finds it most
    • manner we can find a quite real progression, even though,
    • filled with matter. And we find space filled with ever loftier
    • back on human evolution, we do not, in fact, always find the same
    • reach higher stages of cognition, we find something striking. Those
    • [Seelenverfassung]. Thus we find systematic breathing
    • — what we find when we go to school, what is offered in the
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    • finds expression through the spoken word — is to shape the
    • could not find expression in our architectural style, our plastic and
    • finds oneself when, for example, one forms — also in
    • One cannot obtain the space in which one finds oneself as a
    • I have, instead of a point, a hollow sphere in which I find myself, and
    • “anthropos” as an organism, we do not find something
    • (empfinden) them differently.
    • One looks into oneself to find, for example, the three dimensions.
    • find, of course, what it is for ordinary, physical space. But if we
    • In addition, one must, of course, feel how the cosmos finds
    • are fitted together by the mediation of the knee — and find it
    • head. If we want to understand what finds expression in the formation
    • then that feelings (Empfindungen), developed by the
    • sculpturally to what finds expression in the head. A human form
    • is in respect to his head only finds proper expression in the cranium,
    • chest, exposing his own being to the cosmos — that finds
    • body; we find it first in the plant kingdom. Animals have a body of
    • apprehension of the world and finds the wholly organic, natural
    • more to man's soul life and finds direct expression, not in the
    • productive to-day, but we are not. We must find the way back into
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    • finds expression through the spoken word — is to shape the
    • could not find expression in our architectural style, our plastic and
    • finds oneself when, for example, one forms — also in
    • One cannot obtain the space in which one finds oneself as a
    • I have, instead of a point, a hollow sphere in which I find myself, and
    • “anthropos” as an organism, we do not find something
    • (empfinden) them differently.
    • One looks into oneself to find, for example, the three dimensions.
    • find, of course, what it is for ordinary, physical space. But if we
    • In addition, one must, of course, feel how the cosmos finds
    • are fitted together by the mediation of the knee — and find it
    • head. If we want to understand what finds expression in the formation
    • then that feelings (Empfindungen), developed by the
    • sculpturally to what finds expression in the head. A human form
    • is in respect to his head only finds proper expression in the cranium,
    • chest, exposing his own being to the cosmos — that finds
    • body; we find it first in the plant kingdom. Animals have a body of
    • apprehension of the world and finds the wholly organic, natural
    • more to man's soul life and finds direct expression, not in the
    • productive to-day, but we are not. We must find the way back into
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    • know in order to find a starting point for trying to get a grip on
    • questions he wants to find the answers in his ordinary
    • transformed by feeling and will. One finds only the
    • to find his bearings in regard to what thus penetrates into his
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    • know in order to find a starting point for trying to get a grip on
    • questions he wants to find the answers in his ordinary
    • transformed by feeling and will. One finds only the
    • to find his bearings in regard to what thus penetrates into his
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    • I spoke of how we find
    • limbs, we find that we must look for their source beyond birth and
    • spoken — Soloviev. You find in him an attitude of soul that
    • other doctrines of that kind. We in our time have only to find the
    • them to find their way into ordinary consciousness; they must become
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • we compare this finding? We cannot compare it with what our senses tell
    • placed into the world. Hence we find that even with the toned-down
    • — as I have said — we can find the Father God. What sort
    • to the sun, there we find it is all quite different. Through Imagination
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    • I spoke of how we find
    • limbs, we find that we must look for their source beyond birth and
    • spoken — Soloviev. You find in him an attitude of soul that
    • other doctrines of that kind. We in our time have only to find the
    • them to find their way into ordinary consciousness; they must become
    • thrown back into chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we
    • we compare this finding? We cannot compare it with what our senses tell
    • placed into the world. Hence we find that even with the toned-down
    • — as I have said — we can find the Father God. What sort
    • to the sun, there we find it is all quite different. Through Imagination
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    • finding all doubt vanishing, were talking together. The one might
    • times. But humanity must find its way back to that of which there
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    • finding all doubt vanishing, were talking together. The one might
    • times. But humanity must find its way back to that of which there
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • find it, for instance, in Thomas Aquinas, or in other scholastic
    • If I still find real ideas
    • or better still, if I find in them the ideas as realities — I can
    • modern humanity has lost the capacity of finding something spiritual
    • atavistic clairvoyance, we will find that the ancient Mysteries
    • But it must also be said that in Greece we often find the first
    • all minds and people were no longer able to find in the Gospels the
    • Christianity”, you will find that it contains a relapse; for in
    • at birth) can only find the Father-principle in Nature. But since the
    • decay of scholastic Realism he cannot even find this. Not even the
    • undertake this new awakening, we find the living Christ, who
    • — If we do not find the Father, we are not healthy, but are
    • ill to a certain extent. If we do not find the Christ, this is
    • destiny and not illness, because it is an experience to find
    • the Christ, not a mere observation. We find the Father-principle by
    • observing what we ought to see in Nature. But we find the Christ,
    • us to find in Christ the divine spiritual, in an independent way.
    • Consider the old history of dogmas; you will find throughout that the
    • But it does not do this. It finds the divine-spiritual in God the Father;
    • it also finds this divine-spiritual in God the Son. If we compare the
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    • find it, for instance, in Thomas Aquinas, or in other scholastic
    • If I still find real ideas
    • or better still, if I find in them the ideas as realities — I can
    • modern humanity has lost the capacity of finding something spiritual
    • atavistic clairvoyance, we will find that the ancient Mysteries
    • But it must also be said that in Greece we often find the first
    • all minds and people were no longer able to find in the Gospels the
    • Christianity”, you will find that it contains a relapse; for in
    • at birth) can only find the Father-principle in Nature. But since the
    • decay of scholastic Realism he cannot even find this. Not even the
    • undertake this new awakening, we find the living Christ, who
    • — If we do not find the Father, we are not healthy, but are
    • ill to a certain extent. If we do not find the Christ, this is
    • destiny and not illness, because it is an experience to find
    • the Christ, not a mere observation. We find the Father-principle by
    • observing what we ought to see in Nature. But we find the Christ,
    • us to find in Christ the divine spiritual, in an independent way.
    • Consider the old history of dogmas; you will find throughout that the
    • But it does not do this. It finds the divine-spiritual in God the Father;
    • it also finds this divine-spiritual in God the Son. If we compare the
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  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • find these ethical ideas by contemplating the plant-world, the
    • The more we go back into time, the more we shall find that this pagan
    • we may still find an echo showing that up to the end of the 18th
    • little about them), we shall find again and again that the passages
    • you will find what great results Goethe has reached
    • There, we may find positive knowledge
    • reaching the positive results of spiritual science, if we find it
    • find by treading your own path; no one can show you this path because
    • To-day you will find this in many books, and it is described in a
    • may find them in insignificant facts, but we must be able to judge
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    • The more we go back into time, the more we shall find that this pagan
    • we may still find an echo showing that up to the end of the 18th
    • little about them), we shall find again and again that the passages
    • you will find what great results Goethe has reached
    • There, we may find positive knowledge
    • reaching the positive results of spiritual science, if we find it
    • find by treading your own path; no one can show you this path because
    • To-day you will find this in many books, and it is described in a
    • may find them in insignificant facts, but we must be able to judge
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    • his species, a group-ego. You cannot find the egos of the animals in
    • astral plane. There, you will find one Being comprising all the
    • you study the flight of the birds, you will find that the birds that
    • find a deep wisdom in all these details. We may say: Everything that
    • earth, you will find in it something like gratitude which is felt by
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    • astral plane. There, you will find one Being comprising all the
    • you study the flight of the birds, you will find that the birds that
    • find a deep wisdom in all these details. We may say: Everything that
    • earth, you will find in it something like gratitude which is felt by
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    • today is to find the Christ. The present Fifth epoch in
    • can find the Christ. It depends upon two experiences: that
    • HOW CAN I FIND THE CHRIST?
    • finds that there is an actual sickness in a man who denies
    • find Christ is a matter of destiny, a factor that must
    • denotes an actual pathological defect. Failure to find in
    • the Christ, is a calamity for the soul. To be unable to find
    • then arises: How can man find the Christ? It is of this that
    • we shall speak today, this finding of the Christ which can
    • ‘How can I find the Christ?’
    • asserted that according to the findings of modern biblical
    • who searches for factual materialistic proof will find none;
    • intended to compel the human soul, as it were, to find the
    • will find that if you can make this man speak he will confess
    • impossible for him to find the further path to the Spirit-
    • God only when, through Christ, we find him again.
    • discover the answer to the question: How can I find the
    • We find the
    • overcome this inner death of the soul. We find our soul again
    • we find the Christ in our own soul.
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    • can find the Christ. It depends upon two experiences: that
    • HOW CAN I FIND THE CHRIST?
    • finds that there is an actual sickness in a man who denies
    • find Christ is a matter of destiny, a factor that must
    • denotes an actual pathological defect. Failure to find in
    • the Christ, is a calamity for the soul. To be unable to find
    • then arises: How can man find the Christ? It is of this that
    • we shall speak today, this finding of the Christ which can
    • ‘How can I find the Christ?’
    • asserted that according to the findings of modern biblical
    • who searches for factual materialistic proof will find none;
    • intended to compel the human soul, as it were, to find the
    • will find that if you can make this man speak he will confess
    • impossible for him to find the further path to the Spirit-
    • God only when, through Christ, we find him again.
    • discover the answer to the question: How can I find the
    • We find the
    • overcome this inner death of the soul. We find our soul again
    • we find the Christ in our own soul.
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    • repeatedly finds that all that takes its course there
    • deeply into this inner experience, what do we find? Many of
    • continually storing up forces that find expression in our
    • that cannot find an outlet in the external world. We live in
    • bound to find it ridiculous, or altogether fantastic, the
    • sometimes find expression in these pictures, showing
    • find how, on approaching the gate of death, it becomes ever
    • contemplate this progress, we find it leading us back in each
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    • Nowhere in his writings, moreover, do we find anything to
    • repeatedly finds that all that takes its course there
    • deeply into this inner experience, what do we find? Many of
    • continually storing up forces that find expression in our
    • that cannot find an outlet in the external world. We live in
    • bound to find it ridiculous, or altogether fantastic, the
    • sometimes find expression in these pictures, showing
    • find how, on approaching the gate of death, it becomes ever
    • contemplate this progress, we find it leading us back in each
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    • find neither strength or support — into
    • superficial appearances are against it, we find there
    • Anglo-American world, we find again here one third
    • materialistic road, and used materialistic methods, to find
    • feeble, and must again find strength. I have expressed this
    • do not find anything corresponding to Roman legal concepts
    • there is any talk of Karma, one actually finds that the
    • themselves. If you do so, you will find that the people who
    • way of bringing Asiatic culture into Europe. One finds a good
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    • find, when we look back on them, a dominant scientific
    • find neither strength or support — into
    • superficial appearances are against it, we find there
    • Anglo-American world, we find again here one third
    • materialistic road, and used materialistic methods, to find
    • feeble, and must again find strength. I have expressed this
    • do not find anything corresponding to Roman legal concepts
    • there is any talk of Karma, one actually finds that the
    • themselves. If you do so, you will find that the people who
    • way of bringing Asiatic culture into Europe. One finds a good
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    • into the physical forms wherein it finds expression.
    • centuries preceding Dante's age, we find again and again with
    • to certain secrets of existence. We find the same woman again
    • Again we find
    • spiritually opened, so much so that we find in her case a
    • it is of great significance to find it recorded in our
    • is necessary, the better shall we find the possibility to
    • people of today find it so easy to judge the pursuits of
    • soul must take place. All branches of human life must find
    • and vital result they must find expression in the outer form.
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    • into the physical forms wherein it finds expression.
    • centuries preceding Dante's age, we find again and again with
    • to certain secrets of existence. We find the same woman again
    • Again we find
    • spiritually opened, so much so that we find in her case a
    • it is of great significance to find it recorded in our
    • is necessary, the better shall we find the possibility to
    • people of today find it so easy to judge the pursuits of
    • soul must take place. All branches of human life must find
    • and vital result they must find expression in the outer form.
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    • limb-system and this finds its way to the head through the
    • which find expression in a man's repeated lives on Earth are
    • said, you will find that only one conception is possible. You
    • which people today have no liking; they find it disturbing,
    • Both find their balance in the breast-man, the rhythmical
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    • which find expression in a man's repeated lives on Earth are
    • said, you will find that only one conception is possible. You
    • which people today have no liking; they find it disturbing,
    • Both find their balance in the breast-man, the rhythmical
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    • their affairs by their own will. Those who study the findings
    • genuine spiritual investigator will find, to his joy, that
    • reality — he will very often find that his first
    • investigator will not communicate his findings to his
    • finds then that he has the pins with him and he spurts the
    • will find that they might appear to suggest that moral
    • which he finds himself while experiencing the pictures and
    • and that they must play no part whatever in its findings.
    • finding of Spiritual Science. What is really working in the
    • nevertheless find on such a path something that convinces him
    • in one who finds delight and inspiration in Art, also lie in
    • artist and of the one who finds delight in a work of art, is
    • vital admonition? It is that man shall find the way to true
    • the seemingly chaotic life of dream man is admonished to find
    • spiritual world itself. Hence we can find ourselves in
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    • their affairs by their own will. Those who study the findings
    • genuine spiritual investigator will find, to his joy, that
    • reality — he will very often find that his first
    • investigator will not communicate his findings to his
    • finds then that he has the pins with him and he spurts the
    • will find that they might appear to suggest that moral
    • which he finds himself while experiencing the pictures and
    • and that they must play no part whatever in its findings.
    • finding of Spiritual Science. What is really working in the
    • nevertheless find on such a path something that convinces him
    • in one who finds delight and inspiration in Art, also lie in
    • artist and of the one who finds delight in a work of art, is
    • vital admonition? It is that man shall find the way to true
    • the seemingly chaotic life of dream man is admonished to find
    • spiritual world itself. Hence we can find ourselves in
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    • any fully developed feeling that if a human being is to find
    • rightly, you can find an eternal, imperishable Light. And
    • the prosaic intellect to find words in which to clothe it,
    • what you could be if you were to find your way to the Ego of
    • century it was still possible to find people who were
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    • any fully developed feeling that if a human being is to find
    • rightly, you can find an eternal, imperishable Light. And
    • the prosaic intellect to find words in which to clothe it,
    • what you could be if you were to find your way to the Ego of
    • century it was still possible to find people who were
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    • examine Goethe's life and writings we find no trace of the influence
    • culture we find that Lessing had a magnificent conception of the idea
    • go back to prehistoric ages, we find that the nature of the soul and
    • ages the general condition of humanity was such as we find still
    • to find again the spiritual realms whence he had descended. Reunion
    • Buddhahood there finds a natural place. The Indian looked back to an
    • earthly wisdom. Treading this path a man will find the means
    • somewhat abstract conception of Buddhism to its fundamentals, we find
    • that man had descended from spiritual heights to find himself in a
    • physical ‘appearances’ into reality and find the truth.
    • realising as he gazes into the future that he must find once more
    • I must find the way back to my Self. Then will the surrounding world
    • to make it easier by contemplation.” Trying to find an
    • some time now. We can find traces of it in the philosophies of the
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    • examine Goethe's life and writings we find no trace of the influence
    • culture we find that Lessing had a magnificent conception of the idea
    • go back to prehistoric ages, we find that the nature of the soul and
    • ages the general condition of humanity was such as we find still
    • to find again the spiritual realms whence he had descended. Reunion
    • Buddhahood there finds a natural place. The Indian looked back to an
    • earthly wisdom. Treading this path a man will find the means
    • somewhat abstract conception of Buddhism to its fundamentals, we find
    • that man had descended from spiritual heights to find himself in a
    • physical ‘appearances’ into reality and find the truth.
    • realising as he gazes into the future that he must find once more
    • I must find the way back to my Self. Then will the surrounding world
    • to make it easier by contemplation.” Trying to find an
    • some time now. We can find traces of it in the philosophies of the
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    • on authority all that finds its way on the subject of hygiene, from
    • ordering of affairs, find themselves faced with the entirely
    • Spiritual Science we shall inevitably find that the Spirit we see
    • although efforts have been made to find the causes in other organic
    • before we can find the cause. The whole essence of Spiritual Science
    • simply carrying over their ordinary mode of thought to what they find
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    • on authority all that finds its way on the subject of hygiene, from
    • ordering of affairs, find themselves faced with the entirely
    • Spiritual Science we shall inevitably find that the Spirit we see
    • although efforts have been made to find the causes in other organic
    • before we can find the cause. The whole essence of Spiritual Science
    • simply carrying over their ordinary mode of thought to what they find
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    • when, after his birth, he gradually finds his way into the conditions
    • earth, and one man finds the way to another. Bridging the gulf that
    • find in it two essential elements — consonant and vowel, All
    • Finnish language you still find these twelve preserved very nearly in
    • we find that our soul, whenever it brings forth vowel sounds, makes
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • told you. Now when we reach this point, we find that we have lost the
    • You will therefore find
    • we find to be none other than the spiritual counterparts of the
    • which it stands — in which it finds its support though of
    • body of the sound. We need not therefore be surprised if we find the
    • we find chemical substances in it, which we can investigate by
    • of cells which we can investigate chemically and find the substances
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    • when, after his birth, he gradually finds his way into the conditions
    • earth, and one man finds the way to another. Bridging the gulf that
    • find in it two essential elements — consonant and vowel, All
    • Finnish language you still find these twelve preserved very nearly in
    • we find that our soul, whenever it brings forth vowel sounds, makes
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • told you. Now when we reach this point, we find that we have lost the
    • You will therefore find
    • we find to be none other than the spiritual counterparts of the
    • which it stands — in which it finds its support though of
    • body of the sound. We need not therefore be surprised if we find the
    • we find chemical substances in it, which we can investigate by
    • of cells which we can investigate chemically and find the substances
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    • earliest Greek period, we find that they were of quite a different
    • the Christ revelation, are now in many respects powerless to find the
    • the age of the Mystery of Golgotha no longer find Christ as a Cosmic
    • Being, they find only the man — Jesus of Nazareth. The starry
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    • earliest Greek period, we find that they were of quite a different
    • the Christ revelation, are now in many respects powerless to find the
    • the age of the Mystery of Golgotha no longer find Christ as a Cosmic
    • Being, they find only the man — Jesus of Nazareth. The starry
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    • first centuries of the Christian era, we find great spirits arising,
    • were trained. When we consider this significant individual, we find
    • entire ancient Gnosis, we find a peculiar trait. If, for example, I
    • always find, when we approach the Gnosis, one particular point that
    • of Golgotha. The further back we go, the more knowledge we find about
    • realms. The farther back we go, the more knowledge we find, but it is
    • being, Jesus of Nazareth, we find everything concentrated that had
    • you would find that, when he went out of his body — when his
    • human hearts. Around the middle of the Middle Ages, we find that
    • But where can we find
    • you will find this extraordinary idea of the
    • to many difficulties. People are at a loss when they try to find the
    • group, who take things more seriously and who find, after studying
    • find the mention of God; but God can not possibly have
    • directions find no way to unite. This is true today; those who speak
    • everywhere. Even the simplest Christmas play can help us find such
    • children. We still do not, of course, find the whole answer in that
    • learn — especially this age. It must find its way back to
    • they can find, instead, a connection with what they brought to earth
    • be able to find the paths; they are able to discover that, in
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    • first centuries of the Christian era, we find great spirits arising,
    • were trained. When we consider this significant individual, we find
    • entire ancient Gnosis, we find a peculiar trait. If, for example, I
    • always find, when we approach the Gnosis, one particular point that
    • of Golgotha. The further back we go, the more knowledge we find about
    • realms. The farther back we go, the more knowledge we find, but it is
    • being, Jesus of Nazareth, we find everything concentrated that had
    • you would find that, when he went out of his body — when his
    • human hearts. Around the middle of the Middle Ages, we find that
    • But where can we find
    • you will find this extraordinary idea of the
    • to many difficulties. People are at a loss when they try to find the
    • group, who take things more seriously and who find, after studying
    • find the mention of God; but God can not possibly have
    • directions find no way to unite. This is true today; those who speak
    • everywhere. Even the simplest Christmas play can help us find such
    • children. We still do not, of course, find the whole answer in that
    • learn — especially this age. It must find its way back to
    • they can find, instead, a connection with what they brought to earth
    • be able to find the paths; they are able to discover that, in
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    • of space for all these souls to find a place of abode! This absurd
    • of finding a relation on the lines along which people think of
    • find that the Will pours itself out everywhere into the
    • should find more easily the transition to the soul's life. For
    • Feeling comes from the right and from the left, and finds itself at
    • being, — then indeed he would find his way far more intimately
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    • of space for all these souls to find a place of abode! This absurd
    • of finding a relation on the lines along which people think of
    • find that the Will pours itself out everywhere into the
    • should find more easily the transition to the soul's life. For
    • Feeling comes from the right and from the left, and finds itself at
    • being, — then indeed he would find his way far more intimately
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    • the solid ground of our earth itself, and that out of what it finds there
    • find there only fossil remains of animals which did not yet possess a
    • spinal column. We find other animals with a spinal column in the
    • to the tertiary layers, where we already find the mammals, and then,
    • the earth any “life” as it is today. For geology finds
    • still in a state of heat), we find our globe, evolving towards the
    • then find creatures without any vertebrate skeleton, and so,
    • which we cannot find such beings as are now living on our earth. We
    • prehistoric times and finds in the domain which eyes can observe ever
    • this way, spiritual science finds that there is a stupendous
    • also be admitted by geology. But we find, the further we go back,
    • not find only such mineralised air and cloud-formations as we have
    • them now, but in the most ancient times we find within all that
    • beneath us, which we find in a similar way in the individual human or
    • always find: here stands spiritual science with all it has to say out
    • sources, then you will find, especially in the field of geology, that
    • findings of true natural science everywhere are in line with the
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    • the solid ground of our earth itself, and that out of what it finds there
    • find there only fossil remains of animals which did not yet possess a
    • spinal column. We find other animals with a spinal column in the
    • to the tertiary layers, where we already find the mammals, and then,
    • the earth any “life” as it is today. For geology finds
    • still in a state of heat), we find our globe, evolving towards the
    • then find creatures without any vertebrate skeleton, and so,
    • which we cannot find such beings as are now living on our earth. We
    • prehistoric times and finds in the domain which eyes can observe ever
    • this way, spiritual science finds that there is a stupendous
    • also be admitted by geology. But we find, the further we go back,
    • not find only such mineralised air and cloud-formations as we have
    • them now, but in the most ancient times we find within all that
    • beneath us, which we find in a similar way in the individual human or
    • always find: here stands spiritual science with all it has to say out
    • sources, then you will find, especially in the field of geology, that
    • findings of true natural science everywhere are in line with the
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    • find that thinking always bears reference to something that is already
    • we begin to think about these things it is interesting to find that it
    • must needs seek for a polarity in which he can find adjustment
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    • find that thinking always bears reference to something that is already
    • we begin to think about these things it is interesting to find that it
    • must needs seek for a polarity in which he can find adjustment
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    • werden wir ja finden, wie das Denken eigentlich sich immer auf etwas
    • das Innere des Willens nachdenken, Sie werden finden, das Denken
    • Ohren und durch Augen, durch die Wärmeempfindungen, da sind
    • wirklich finden kann: Christus ist da zum Ausgleich des Luzifer und
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    • werden wir ja finden, wie das Denken eigentlich sich immer auf etwas
    • das Innere des Willens nachdenken, Sie werden finden, das Denken
    • Ohren und durch Augen, durch die Wärmeempfindungen, da sind
    • wirklich finden kann: Christus ist da zum Ausgleich des Luzifer und
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    • Hartmann, findet, daß Hegel wesentlich über Schelling in
    • stattfindet, wie es in den «Kernpunkten der sozialen Frage»
    • Dort heißt es u. a.: «Nicht ein Mittel ist zu finden, wie
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    • sind aus den Erfahrungen des proletarischen Empfindens zu
    • Über die Empfindungen der Bourgeoisie. Zusammenfassung
    • Lautlichen. Übungen zur Entwicklung der Sprachempfindung
  • Title: Anthroposophie, soziale Dreigliederung und Redekunst: Zu den Veröffentlichungen aus dem Vortragswerk von Rudolf Steiner
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    • dieser Gesamtausgabe. Soweit erforderlich, finden sich
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    • Seelenkräfte findet statt. Und auf dieses Wechselspiel der
    • ob ins Goetheanum oder ins Wirtshaus zu Buchs, findet irgendein
    • sich in lebensvoller Weise in solche Aufgaben hineinfinden will.
    • bloßen Zuhören findet diese ganze Tätigkeit nicht
    • für Empfindungen wieder angeregt werden dadurch, daß man
    • Gefühl dazu bringt, das Kind nachzuempfinden. Dann ergibt sich
    • aus dieser Nachempfindung, die man gegenüber dem Kinde hat, und
    • Möglichkeit finden, aus dem Gefühl heraus den Redestoff,
    • davor, daß man seinen letzten Satz nicht findet. Das ist
    • ängstlich ist, den letzten Satz zu finden. Damit man also,
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    • zu werden. Und ohne diese Empfindung, daß es schwer ist,
    • Empfindung von dieser Dreigliederung beizubringen.
    • kein Organismus. Mit diesen Empfindungen müssen wir von
    • Möglichkeit des sachgemäßen Ausdrucks finden können.
    • war, zuerst in die Universitäten hineingeschoben hat. Sie finden
    • innerlich hineinfindet, und daß man ein Gefühl entwickelt
    • sprechen, in welcher der Gedanke, der Empfindungsgehalt in die
    • von vornherein wie Eines empfindet.
    • als man noch eine lebendige Empfindung hatte von dem Ätherleibe,
    • ja, daß man die Sprache als einen eigenen Organismus empfindet. In
    • Empfindung mehr dafür hat, zu unterscheiden zwischen Gehen und
    • der Empfindungsausdruck für die geringe Teilnahme, die man hat
    • aufgetreten sind, mußte der Deutsche etwas finden, was nun mehr
    • Adäquatheit oder Richtigkeit eines Wortzusammenhanges finden
    • für den Gedanken- und Empfindungszusammenhang. Heraus entstehen
    • dem Ethos der Sprache, wobei man empfindet, wenn man einen Satz
    • Nun ist es notwendig, daß wir die Sprache empfinden lernen mit
    • Ungenügendes empfindet, jeden Satz als etwas Ungenügendes
    • empfindet, und den Drang hat, dasjenige, was man hinstellen will vor
    • finden, sondern man kann sich nur so verhalten wie der Photograph,
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    • Empfindung davon hervorrufen bei den Zuhörern, daß es
    • ausgeprägte Empfindungen, und auch ein ausgeprägtes
    • v/enig angeregt, zunächst finden bei der ersten Rede, dann ist
    • proletarischen Empfindens heraus formulierbare Begriffe haben.
    • Art Rauch, der daraus hervorsteigt, die Begriffe, die Empfindungen in
    • zu in freien Stunden, nicht wahr, Erfindungen machen kann und so
    • Empfindung vom Wirtschaftsleben in hervorragendem Maße
    • finden. Ich muß gestehen, ich war tief entzückt, geradezu
    • Erfinder, und das Interesse, das der Erfinder daran hat, ist meistens
    • herausfinden kann, nun ja, wenn man also die Geschichte auf den Preis
    • es Ihnen aber erst, eine Empfindung in dem
    • geworden ist, Ekel zu empfinden; aber Sie müssen bis zur
    • Empfindung kommen. Die Gedanken, die Sie darüber entwickeln oder
    • kann sie der Arbeiter nicht mehr anders denn als Ideologie empfinden.
    • ist. Ein Empfinden muß man dafür hervorrufen, daß das
    • man empfinden, daß das geistige Leben seine eigene Realität
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    • notwendig ist, eine Empfindung hervorzurufen für den besonderen
    • der gegenwärtige Mensch gar keine Empfindung hat für ein
    • Empfindung hinein, daß irgend etwas Neues kommen müsse,
    • einmal die allergeringste Empfindung vorhanden. Da ist nur die
    • Empfindung vorhanden: Wie kann man das Alte festlegen, retten? Was
    • also die Empfindung davon erst hervorgerufen werden, daß es so
    • natürlich, daß man im Westen erst eine Empfindung davon
    • Bevölkerung hat deshalb gar nicht eine eigentliche Empfindung,
    • finden wollte. Die gibt es eigentlich nicht. Auch daraus ist eben
    • eine wirkliche Empfindung, ein wirkliches Erleben von dem
    • gerade dieses menschliche Empfindungs- und
    • hineingegangen, nicht aber in das Empfinden der Menschen. Es ist also
    • Engländer alles nicht hat von solcher Empfindung und so weiter.
    • Proletariats sind und die Empfindungen der Bourgeoisie. Man kann aber
    • Begriffen entwickelt hat, herüberführen in das Empfinden
    • der Bourgeoisie. Ich sage: Begriffe des Proletariats, Empfindungen
    • der Bourgeoisie. Die Erklärung dafür finden Sie in meinen
    • empfindungsgemäß angekämpft werden, wenn man über
    • denken, in seine Art zu empfinden, sondern daß man in der
    • Diskussion eigentlich antipathisch empfindet, was man selber zu etwas
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    • und Empfindungen hineinlebt, auf das Wie vorbereiten, und wir werden
    • schon zu empfinden und dann auch zu sprechen dasjenige, was sich
    • moduliertes dramatisches Sprechen, das die Empfindung bei den
    • kann ja eine gewisse Empfindung hervorrufen, daß es zum Beispiel
    • ein solches Übergehen stattfindet, wie es in den
    • Sache drinnenstehend findet, wenigstens in den entsprechenden
    • Empfindungen, von den Forderungen, die man erhebt. Dann wird man den
    • es Ihnen gelingt, nach und nach sich hineinzufinden in diese Lautfolge,
    • Im Finden
    • Findend windend
    • allmählich angewöhnen, Ihre Sprache so zu empfinden, als
    • herumflögen. Sie können wirklich eine Art Empfindung von
    • wenn man versucht, in rhythmische Sprache sich so hineinzufinden,
    • durchaus die Empfindung beherrschen, wie das Wort, die Wortfolge, die
    • sich anreihen konnte. Also, wenn man findet, daß man zuviel von
    • die Sprache zu empfinden. Natürlich, es werden die Sprachen im Laufe
    • Im Finden
    • Findend windend
    • hineinstellt, kommt man zum Empfinden des Lautes, zur Metamorphose
    • wird man auch finden, wie sich, ich möchte sagen, das Formale mit dem
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    • Weise vorzugehen, aber auch das mit innerer Empfindung zu tun, wird
    • einen Gedankengang kombiniert. Sie werden auch finden, daß
    • hebt, daß der Zuhörer wirklich die Empfindung bekommt, er darf
    • Empfindungen in der Sache drinnen stehen, wenn man so wirken will,
    • die könnten dreißig, vierzig Punkte herausfinden, die die
    • wiederum die Empfindung von einem realen Geistesleben hervorzurufen,
    • sieht ja auch heute, wie wenig die Leute Empfindung haben
    • verhältnismäßig kurzer Zeit einen Weg finden
    • Nationalitäten eine Empfindung von der Notwendigkeit der
    • daß auch dadurch keine gründliche Empfindung für die
    • Drehungsmittelpunkt für die ganze Welt. Und diese Empfindung
    • muß das in seiner Empfindung haben, sonst wird man
    • Hintergrunde die Empfindung hat: Na, es ist immer gegangen; wenn es
    • nicht so! Nur der kann empfinden, welches die richtigen
    • entfesselt werden. Es muß eben einfach die Empfindung heute
    • und Empfindungen zu kommen. Sie möchten immer nur fortpflegen,
    • diese Dinge müssen eben als Empfindungen in uns
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    • befinden.
    • wiederfinden? Das dreifache Schattendasein unserer Zeit und
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    • wir aber auch finden, wenn wir heute forschen nach dem Wesen
    • Zusammenempfinden, daß die Welt eigentlich Illusion ist,
    • Diese Empfindung ist eine tiefgehende, meine verehrten
    • eigenen Wesens kommen. Das finde ich nicht in dem, was ich sehe
    • Mensch sozusagen zwei falsche Wege finden kann.
    • das geistig wirkliche Erkennen hinein zu finden.
    • Kenntnissen herankommen, will man wiederum den Weg finden von
    • gestalten, dann findest du den anderen Teil, den der Sohn der
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    • denen die menschliche Seele sich befinden kann. Im
    • Zeitalter auf der Erde führt, befindet er sich in einem
    • regelmäßigen Leben zurückschauen, so finden wir
    • während der Sonnenzeit sich wach zu befinden, oder eine
    • befinden, und eine Zeit, die so lang ist wie die Nachtzeit,
    • sich schlafend zu befinden. Mit einem Bewußtsein, das
    • empfindet. Es ist kein so großer Unterschied mehr zwischen
    • wir heute so philiströs empfinden, war noch nicht
    • Schlaf befindliche Mensch aus dem Naturhaften herauf Erlebnisse
    • Ofen empfindet, der wird am nächsten Tag sich angeregt
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    • kristallisierte Welt empfindet, hat man die geschilderte Angst.
    • Empfindung kommen können, zu einem weiteren Erlebnis. Zu
    • ganz geistig, ganz spirituell schaut, die deutliche Empfindung,
    • festgehalten im Weltenall zu finden. Was heißt aber:
    • festgehalten im Weltenall sich zu finden?
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    • Weg in die geistige Welt findet, und da gesprochen wird davon,
    • zu nichts, finden es ungeheuer unbequem, soseelisch üben
    • Empfindlichkeit entwickeln konnte für das, was so in ihm
    • Kupfers, daß er sich eine feine Empfindung verschafft von
    • irgendwie findet, von der Farbe des Kupfers, wie sie ist, wenn
    • man es abschleift, daß er sich eine Empfindung verschafft,
    • uns Leichen! — die Anatomen finden nämlich, daß
    • Mitteln finden.] Die Dinge müssen schon auf geistigem Wege
    • empfindliches Bewußtsein ausgebildet — aber es
    • abstrakt fühlt und empfindet heute selbst der
    • Naturgesetze finden, weil sie einem gleich wieder
    • Zugleich aber hat man das Gefühl, er empfindet: Die
    • zurückmachen im menschlichen Empfinden, im menschlichen
    • dann empfinde, wie du jetzt aus deiner Welt herausschaust in
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    • unseren Sinnen. Was der Chemiker findet an dem Geruch von
    • Sinnen, dann empfindet man alles wiederum in Imaginationen. Das
    • Blutgeistigkeit, Blutspiritualität in sich empfindet,
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    • Brunetto Latini angehört hat, so finden wir,
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    • könnten ja ebensogut eine Bezeichnung erfinden, aber da ja
    • lebendige Empfindungen, nicht tote Theorien zu finden, das ist
    • finden. Aber in dieser Welt ist ja vieles andere darinnen. Und
    • stattfindet zwischen den Menschen hier auf der Erde und den
    • Mondenwesen — und im Unterbewußten findet er ja
    • Menschen das erstaunlich finden. Aber man kann nämlich
    • der unter dem Namen Papus geschrieben hat. Da finden Sie
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    • dieser Welt finden können, von der wir jetzt gesprochen
    • haben, das finden wir gespiegelt auf der Erde in unseren
    • innerlich als ein Empfindungswesen ausgestaltet, es macht, wenn
    • Gebiete, das wir finden, wenn wir unmittelbar die Welt
    • Herbstzeitlose. Jetzt gehen Sie da, finden überall die
    • Seelenlande den Toten folgen, dann finden Sie das Seelenland
    • höheres Gebiet einzutreten, dann finden Sie da erst das
    • finden Sie erst zum Beispiel Veilchen und dergleichen, was
    • herausfinden, der Körper wird im Wasser leichter, er wiegt
    • Farbenempfindung. Nun denken die Materialisten darüber
    • Farbenempfindung nach rückwärts zurück zum
    • Empfinden, wie die zwanzig Gramm zu den tausendfünfhundert
    • hineingehört, wo die äußere Sinnesempfindung
    • Gehirngewichtes, der Rest der Farbenempfindung, der
    • Gehörempfindung, all dieses feine Schattenhafte, das uns
    • Gefühl, in der Empfindung leicht, und es schreibt da in
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    • der Mondensphäre zu finden, haben sich dort allerlei
    • findet dann in dieser Welt auch immer die Anhaltspunkte
    • um Persönlichkeiten aufzufinden, die früher gelebt
    • Übungen in der richtigen Weise hingibt, wird finden,
    • immer findet. Das ist, daß sie nicht weitergehen als bis
    • nachlesen, meine verehrten Anwesenden, dann werden Sie finden,
    • Blavatsky sich vorfindet, ist so, wie es ist, aus dem Grunde,
    • Inkorporation Saturn, so finden Sie, daß ich da nicht bei
    • Aber nicht die Kräfte, die in den Tieren die Empfindung
    • bedenklich finden würden. Sie würden sagen: Was ist
    • sehen, es gibt viel Anlaß, den Weg zu finden hinein in ein
    • daß man erst den rechten Weg auch dazu finden wird, wenn
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    • da sich befindet während des Schlafes — physischer
    • Ich —, dann finden wir, wie der Mensch in dem, was er aus
    • finden, von dem man genau weiß, es gehört zu den
    • geistige Welt hinein finden, so muß man ganz bestimmte
    • hinein, so findest du den rechten Weg. — Erst dadurch,
    • äußeren Tag hinein, findest du die wirkliche, reale
    • so findet man das, wenn man mit vollem Bewußtsein
    • finden mußte, der in dieser Weise ganz regulär im
    • was sie sonst nicht hätte finden können, weil es der
    • Stärke findet, nicht so sehr um die Erinnerungen zu
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    • zwischen dem Forschen, das heißt dem Auffinden solcher
    • es sich handelt, untersucht. Da findet man die entsprechenden
    • die ihnen in ihren Empfindungsgewohnheiten beibringt, daß
    • Sinneswelt zu finden, auf all den Wegen findet man nichts
    • man Theorien nicht liebt, es recht in die Empfindungs- und
    • Anschauung vom Karma streng hineinfinden. Der heutige Mensch
    • wiederum neues Leben in den bildenden Künsten finden; aber
    • finden, denn sie wird rein künstlerisch, artistisch,
    • Empfindung gehenden Vertiefung des musikalischen Erlebens das
    • beschlossen ist, und empfindet man dann das Quintengebiet in
    • Dur, empfindet man das Quintengebiet als dasjenige, was etwas
    • der Mensch im Kosmos empfindend erleben kann, wenn er sich auf
    • dem Wege befindet in die verschiedenen Geistesregionen hinaus,
    • Und findet man
    • Zügen ein Moll-Erleben in dem Dur-Erleben, findet man dann
    • konsonierend wird, weil sie verschwebt, findet man darinnen die
    • der Septimendissonanzen, findet man zurück den Weg ins
    • Denn man wird finden können in diesem
    • Sich-hinaus-Fühlen in das dem kosmischen Empfinden
    • der angedeuteten Weise zurück und findet, wie in der
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    • Die römische Kultur. Die Kulturen der Empfindungsseele
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    • «wissenschaftlich» finden kann, so scheint es mir
    • der Kulturmenschheit in diesen Tagen, der wird finden
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    • Denken, Fühlen und Empfinden eigentlich ziemlich fern
    • Gefühle und Empfindungen einmischen, die aus diesem oder
    • Verständnis finden würden. Es würde zunächst
    • Rückweg zu finden zu den Volkssubstanzen, den Einklang zu finden
    • Erscheinung, etwas, was man mit Empfindungsorganen oder
    • Lebensleib, den Astralleib oder Empfindungsleib und das, was wir als das
    • Glieder; das sind: die Empfindungsseele, das niederste Glied,
    • er den Empfindungsleib oder den astralischen Leib hat beherrschen
    • innerhalb des Empfindungsleibes die Empfindungsseele
    • herausgebildet hat. Ebenso wie die Empfindungsseele in einem
    • gewissen Verhältnis zum Empfindungsleibe steht, so steht
    • Bewußtseinsseele sich befindet, ist in gewisser Weise von dem
    • Empfindungsseele,
    • geworden ist die Empfindungs-, Verstandes- und Bewußtseinsseele,
    • Kräften der Ernpfindungs-, Verstandes- und
    • wir Empfindungsseele, Verstandes- oder Gemütsseele nennen,
    • das der Mensch heute durchmacht. Ebenso finden wir Wesenheiten noch
    • Erdendaseins, bis zum Saturnzustand, da finden wir, daß da
    • erst auf der Menschheitsstufe sich befinden. So sonderbar das jetzt
    • wie die Menschen auf unserer Erde, werden wir es begreiflich finden,
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    • finden wir, daß die Äther-Aura des Menschen an diesen Menschen
    • findet, wenn es die Völker studiert, merkwürdigerweise
    • klar machen. Da werden wir sozusagen den Namen finden für diese
    • auseinandergesetzt finden in den
    • Welten hinaufsteigt, der findet da wohl die Erzengel. Aber man
    • auf der Stufe der Volksgeister stehen geblieben sind. So findet also
    • ähnliches Zusammenwirken findet aber auch noch auf einem anderen
    • daß der Erfinder des Fernrohres nur die Beobachtung dieses
    • Vorgänge notwendig waren, damit das alles hat stattfinden
    • Menschen hinein-, wirken. Da finden sich im Innern des Menschen nicht
    • finden. Diese Geister der Persönlichkeit wirken nicht auf
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    • Empfindungsseele, gleichsam das unterste Glied der menschlichen
    • sowohl in der Empfindungsseele als auch in der Verstandes- oder
    • Empfindungsseele ist dieses Ich so tätig, daß der Mensch
    • Empfindungsseele allen Trieben und Leidenschaften hingegeben. Das Ich
    • brütet dumpf in dem, was wir Empfindungsseele nennen. Das Ich
    • Empfindungsseele eine Art von Werkzeug hat, im Ätherleibe
    • beim Menschen unterscheiden Empfindungsseele, Verstandesseele,
    • vorstellen, daß es das, was man Empfindungswelt nennt, und das,
    • haben, aber da würden wir viel Unbekanntes darin finden, da die
    • Tönen, gar nicht wahr. Diese Empfindungen hat niemals ein
    • das, was nur als physische Empfindung da ist, aus Ihrem Weltbilde
    • Sie in der Empfindungsseele erleben, was Sie als
    • Schalten Sie also den ganzen Inhalt der menschlichen Empfindungsseele
    • daß für den Menschen die Empfindungsseele da ist, das ist
    • angeregt wird durch die äußeren Empfindungen. Was
    • über dasjenige Empfindungen zu machen, über das Lust und
    • Leid zu empfinden und uns darüber Gedanken zu machen, was uns
    • der Empfindungsseele fühlen, sondern wir müssen auch
    • darüber denken. Der Mensch, der nur empfindet, der nicht denkt,
    • Empfindungsseele aufnehmen, sondern sie einströmen lassen
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    • Wesenheiten, die in normaler Entwickelung sich befindet, in der
    • finden: Sie sind die Verleiher der Ich-Organisation. Damit ist aber
    • bedenken, Sie es nicht mehr so ganz sonderbar finden werden, wenn
    • zwanzigste Lebensjahr herum befindet, da zu sein brauchen. Das, was
    • gemäßigten Gebiete sich befindet, ob er auf einem niedrig
    • Entwickelung befindet, und daß auch die Rassen sich entwickeln.
    • weiter von Osten nach Westen gehen, so finden wir einen Punkt, der von
    • finden. Dann sehen wir später eine Herüberbewegung des
    • aufzufrischen die Menschheit mit neuer Jugendkraft, findet der Zug
    • Erklärung findet, nämlich dadurch, daß die atlantische
    • Wesenheiten des Weltalls, so werden wir es doch begreiflich finden,
    • Gesetz, wenn wir die charakterisierte Kurve verfolgen. Wir finden es
    • Das finden wir dann in den weiten Flächen der asiatischen
    • man fühlen, welche Empfindung einen überkommen muß,
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    • Rasse, innerhalb eines Volkstums steht mit seinen Empfindungen,
    • Erde nennen. Dann finden wir im Umkreise die Erzengel, die
    • Figuren durchgehen, werden Sie keine finden, die dem Zusammenwirken
    • aufzeichnen, so finden Sie die drei Seiten einander gleich, die drei
    • Seraphim. Wenn der Mensch diese Geister bei ihrer Arbeit finden will,
    • Aber eines finden wir schon in der astralen Welt: das, was wir die
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    • Richtung, wo sich jeweilig der Mond befindet. Das ist auch in meiner
    • Menschen nicht stattfinden können. Diese fernere Evolution
    • Form, die eigentlich Geister der Bewegung sind. Diese finden ihren
    • Asien und finden die Venus-Rasse oder die malayie sehe Rasse. Wir
    • kommen dann durch das breite Gebiet Asiens hindurch und finden in der
    • europäisches Gebiet und finden in den europäischen
    • sterben, so finden wir die Rasse des finsteren Saturn, die
    • Daher finden Sie in meiner «Geheimwissenschaft» auch darauf
    • Form im Merkur befindet. Er greift so ein, daß er mit anderen
    • Zusammenwirken stattfindet mit den Marsgeistern, und daß
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    • gepflogen haben, so werden Sie es begreiflich finden, daß nicht nur
    • und Vishnu. Sehen Sie auf die deutsche Mythologie, so finden Sie die
    • gegliedert finden. Sie sehen diese Eigentümlichkeit aber nicht
    • Strömung des Monotheismus ihre Vertretung finden, so daß
    • Verbreitung auf der Erde finden. Dazu bedurfte es nicht nur der
    • Verzichtleistung findet noch einmal statt, und diese zweite
    • geheimnisvolle Stätte zu finden für diejenigen, die in
    • wie eine solche Resignation stattfindet, während wir sonst das
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    • uns selber empfinden, ebenso wahr müssen wir ihn draußen im
    • hellseherische Empfindung gekleidet. Er empfand das, was den
    • östlichen Völkerschaften finden.
    • versuchen, den Zugang zu finden zu den entlegeneren Teilen der
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    • aufzugehen in Brahma und um in sich selber Atma zu finden. Es ist
    • Mächten. Nun werden Sie es höchst merkwürdig finden,
    • berücksichtigt. Sie finden daher, weil zur Zeit der
    • Anschauung davon finden, daß zweierlei Einflüsse an den
    • Bewußtsein, und Sie werden finden, daß das Bild bis auf die
    • Büchern finden, denn die ist noch mehr dem Irrtum unterworfen.
    • Tatbestand erkennen wird, dann wird er finden, daß der nordische
    • überall würden wir finden, daß diese Dinge bis in die
    • finden, daß der betreffende Mythos für dieses Hellsehen
    • Das empfindet der nordische Mensch,
    • Sie das Schaurig-Großartige empfinden in diesem Mythos,
    • man nur alte Erinnerungen an die Tatsache finden, daß es ein
    • dem Göttlichen finden werdet, auch wenn ihr euch nicht von dem
    • nordische Mensch anders empfinden, der noch länger viel mehr
    • Zukunftsbild vor Augen stellten. Und wieder werden wir finden,
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    • hat mitgemacht der Europäismus, und daher empfindet dieser
    • lebt. Für diese Gruppenseele findet sich nun der Ausdruck
    • empfindet der individuelle Mensch als die Wesenheiten, die ihm das
    • Volk hat seine besondere Aufgabe. Da finden wir vor allen Dingen dasjenige
    • nur so weit gekommen, in dem Empfindungsleibe oder Astralleibe
    • so, daß der Teil, den wir als die Empfindungsseele bezeichnen,
    • welche in der Empfindungsseele arbeitet. Beim griechisch-lateinischen
    • schon mehr von dem, was sozusagen aus der Empfindungsseele, aus der
    • nach der Empfindungsseele, nach der Verstandes- oder
    • Kulturnuancen und Missionen im Westen Europas finden zuletzt ihre
    • durch die Impulse der Empfindungsseele in das Ich hinein ausgebildet
    • ihren Licht- und Schattenseiten, da werden Sie finden, daß Sie
    • die eigentümliche Mischung des Ich mit der Empfindungsseele
    • begreiflich finden, wenn Sie das Werden und die Vermischungen der
    • zustande kam, so werden Sie finden, daß die großen
    • von diesem Impulse herrühren. Sie finden aber auch, daß
    • Geschichtsbilder finden, wenn wir Zeit genug hätten, diese Dinge
    • schon in die Empfindungsseele hineingegossenen,
    • Philosophie findet nicht bloß die äußere,
    • grobsinnliche, materialistische Erfahrung, sondern sie findet den
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    • daher eine älteste Erinnerung an solche Dinge noch finden.
    • werden. Das alles finden Sie in einer wunderbaren Weise in dieser
    • und in der er für den Eingeweihten auch zu finden ist. In
    • finden ist seit dem Ereignis von Golgatha, wird von immer mehr
    • die ein spirituelles Empfinden war, erkennen, was die Wahrheit ist.
    • Theorien wirklich auch spirituelles lebensvolles Empfinden
    • finden, daß im zwanzigsten Jahrhundert den Menschen wieder
    • herausfinden sollten in der nordisch-germanischen Erzengelwelt
    • wirksam war, und daß wir Christus finden werden an allen
    • wird, der Wahrheit entsprechend finden. Darauf rechne ich,
    • prüfen, desto mehr werden Sie bewahrheitet finden, was aus
    • werden das selbst bewahrheitet finden, was wie ein
    • der slawischen Philosopie und Volksempfindung gezeigt werden
    • konnte. Solange sich das im Vorbereitungsstadium befindet, muß
    • Nord-, Süd- und Ost-, West- und Mitteleuropa, so empfinden,
    • Grundempfindung einer Seelengemeinschaft aller derjenigen, die
    • noch aus unseren Sympathien und Antipathien heraus empfinden
    • in unserem Empfinden, Fühlen und Denken und in unserem
    • mögen wir uns stets in Harmonie zusammenfinden, auch wenn wir
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    • cultivated by people in themselves. Hence, even in literature we find
    • written or printed, you will find but few indications of man having
    • awe-inspiring impressions; it will not be easy to find anything of
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    • find the origin of Time — and on the Sun we still find Time
    • another part of our earth-history do we find this resigning on the part
    • to descend to the earth, he might find things which would be of more
    • of mankind will certainly find the possibility, the artistic ways and
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    • find in those Beings who continued to evolve from the Sun and to pass
    • lecture, trying to find its counterpart there, and thus get a hint of
    • and nearer to the earthly life of man, we find this mood in ourselves
    • of home-sickness you will find it differs fundamentally in every one.
    • kind of willing, and whenever we investigate this longing, we find
    • plurality in unity, and find full satisfaction in so doing. But if
    • expressed in these words was felt by a man who could not then find anything
    • able to satisfy it — such as a modern thinker may find if he
    • (a description of which you will find at the very beginning of
    • ago a truly penetrating and striving mind was not able to find his
    • men, who could not find their bearings as regards what they longed
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    • man, actually leading the life of the soul to find satisfaction only
    • that what he has been told should find an echo in himself. He wishes
    • finding himself confronted with something strange to him, but to
    • rejected, the Beings of that planet would find different conditions
    • should find that they do not know death in the human sense; so that
    • could never find it. Neither with respect to the beings below man in
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    • indeed find its continuance as an important impulse of theosophical
    • numerous ears, hearts and souls, and will apparently continue to find
    • evident that we are able to find our way to the ears, hearts and
    • extremely arrogant! This is the unpleasant position in which we find
    • will find an individuality described there who lived 105 years before
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    • in themselves. Hence in literature we find but few descriptions
    • or printed, you will find but few indications of man having felt
    • awe-inspiring impressions; it will not be easy to find anything of
    • philosophy of Hegel you will find everything splendidly described.
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    • Sun again in what we find on our own earth.
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    • we observe Saturn and Sun in the Akashic records, on Saturn we find
    • the origin of Time — and on the Sun we still find Time present.
    • part of our earth-history do we find this resigning on the part of
    • to descend to the earth, he might find things which would be of more
    • must say: The future of mankind will certainly find the possibility,
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    • feeling is represented in an accentuated form. Hence we do not find
    • trying to find its counterpart there, and thus get a hint of
    • nearer to the earthly life of man, we find this mood in ourselves
    • of home-sickness you will find it differs fundamentally in
    • longing, we find that is of this nature. What kind of willing? It is
    • plurality in unity, and find full satisfaction in so doing. But if
    • in these words was felt by a man who could not then find anything
    • able to satisfy it — such as a modern thinker may find if he
    • a man (a description of which you will find at the very beginning of
    • striving mind was not able to find his way into that
    • veneration for such men, who could not find their bearings as regards
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    • in the nature of man, actually leading the life of the soul to find
    • been told should find an echo in himself. He wishes it to become its
    • philosophy, is aroused by a man finding himself confronted with
    • were not rejected, the essence of that planet would find different
    • Hierarchies — we should find that they do not know death in the
    • ego-consciousness there. Without death he could never find it.
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • difficult these forces are to find, is shown by
    • been maintained that we find in this region in ancient times. It is
    • We find, to
    • worlds. We find this cultivation, this dedication of the soul to the
    • further we go back to ancient times the more we find this to be
    • we find that it consists of an inner fullness of life which is
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • remarkable that we should find these castes exactly in the most
    • and which from being tempted developed higher, we find them chiefly
    • one; so that we may find incarnated in Europe at the present day
    • as this if we investigate it a little; if we take the trouble to find
    • evolution we do not find unmorality but morality. Morality is a
    • of moral impulses. They are in him and we shall find them if we delve
    • impulse implies the hope for each human soul that it can find the way
    • post-Atlantean age, the Greeks, we find the philosopher Plato.
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    • and on the hope for each human soul that it can find its way back to the
    • the significant words: “Thou must find the mean,” so that
    • find the balance, the mean between the two.
    • he could not always find the balance at once, and it was necessary
    • cannot attain in one life, because he does not always find the mean
    • find among the ancient philosophers echoes of the principles taught
    • about by the sentient-soul. We find one side to which man can deviate
    • often do we find that two people have been friends for a long time
    • a gift of the gods to find at that time the happy mean in action,
    • he finds certain information, and afterwards it transpires that it is
    • place the facts before him. As a rule, you will find that he does not
    • post-Atlantean age, we find that Temperance or Moderation was still
    • subject, you will find that the majority of people live very much
    • moral impulses, and we find what we may call life-wisdom or practical
    • comes to find riddles in the phenomena of everyday life, and to
    • wisdom had disappeared do we find the statement that
    • Christ-impulse. But this Christ-impulse at first finds nothing with
    • be a subject for study. But you will still find much for yourselves
    • find how fruitful these ideas can be if you work them out further. As
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    • spiritual development, we shall find that in respect of
    • calamity! You would find it hard to believe how often it
    • consequence was that endeavours were made to find a method by
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    • you will find that the astral world — that is to say,
    • subject — you will find very considerable differences,
    • very different circles to find a place in an occult movement.
    • that, but he must give up trying to find in rationalistic
    • — that you find in the chapter on Schelling.
    • course, to rely on finding within the Theosophical Movement
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    • and by holding to it one will always find that it is not
    • fragment of spirit he still sought to find in the phenomena
    • says: Analyse the phenomena of nature and you find the atomic
    • will not be said: ... and you find the atomic world, but
    • rather, and you find man! And now call to mind what
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    • these proclamations made by the mediums and you will find
    • materialism, but to attempt to find in materialism itself a
    • case, such a man will endeavour to find the spiritual in
    • particular fallacy contained in Sinnett's book, we find
    • literature. You will often find the statement that man has
    • find emphasis laid upon the fact that it is necessary for men
    • is on the Earth, we are to find the answer to the question:
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    • carefully enough you will find that even the descriptions of
    • matters, you will find that something of immense importance
    • them. For Movements with a particular bias find acceptance
    • group, he finds it a means of support, he has a foothold from
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    • recent studies that when man tries to find his bearings along
    • life in order that certain forces of guidance may find their
    • look back over the evolution of humanity, you will find that
    • again find his links with the phenomena of the Heavens.
    • re-vitalised, man finds Christ. But, as you see, it is
    • finds support. But truth is generally contested and
    • we fail to notice such phenomena among us we shall never find
    • philosophies you will find in their theories and forms of
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    • also the difficult question of how my own work could find a
    • as an infant. We find that souls who died in early infancy
    • approach by asking, for example: What is the best way to find
    • spiritual world, we find that comparatively soon after his
    • to find the right paths to incarnation. It may seem strange
    • consideration, for you will find these things coming more and
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    • the findings of natural science has no longer any inclination
    • earlier, perfectly authentic symbolism, and he will soon find
    • newspaper article — will find nothing particularly
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    • the atoms, he would find Ahriman and his beings. For through
    • have heard of the efforts that were made to find a way out of
    • the one type or the other will find among us what they are
    • looking for. But they believe they find it by simply
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    • You will always find that a person with abnormal
    • and makes us his prey. And it is easiest for him to find his
    • many Lecture-Courses, you will find that the paths have been
    • You will find
    • “in your own inmost being you find the reality, the
    • again into the body he finds it filled with all sorts of
    • actually find the strength to combat the Ahrimanic forces of
    • realities to us, then, my dear friends, we find the strength
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    • Christian era. How earlier personalities find difficulty in
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    • able to find “the outer environment that enabled him to
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    • the nineteenth century, we shall find that in the eighteenth
    • culture of the West, in whom we could find nearly everything
    • spirituality. When we look back to Empedocles we find that he
    • But what is working on further in mankind must find new paths
    • about whom anyone can find information, a powerful
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    • will find that you cannot bring these prophets into the
    • We find that
    • find an initiated soul who remained a long time with this
    • was reincarnated in the Jewish people. If we wish to find the
    • the people of the Old Testament. So we find in the history of
    • again we find the dramatic element of a wonderful
    • Hebrew element, could not at once find the transition into
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    • Herod and consider them in their true character we find that
    • find there the strangest explanations, but nowhere anything
    • Only when we go beyond one individual incarnation do we find
    • understand, for if I find my way into your heart and believe
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    • suffering and that man must find a means to free himself from
    • that through him you can find the path to existence in the
    • Phaedo finds himself experiencing a feeling similar
    • we shall find that the discourses of Buddha as a whole are
    • the Twelve, then we find that the Gospel of Mark in
    • special rhythmic movement that ordinary rational men find
    • objectionable which we find in the repetition of Buddha's
    • science, will find everywhere the Socratic method active in
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    • another example from the same culture, which we find in the
    • seek to find behind them the nature of their true being, we
    • find it pictured in the book
    • So we find
    • (Matt. 5:2. [This passage in the book of Matthew references the Beatitudes ... I do not know where to find the verse for the quote! e.Ed])
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    • a certain way, and we shall still find something similar in
    • find that every creature is from the beginning directed to
    • Testament. What a mighty difference we find from the world
    • conditions. We find this historical evolution first indicated
    • down to its very details we shall find that in truth the
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    • bodily nature, could find its proper place in the body, and
    • of them they could find only cold, icy concepts. Consider
    • there is scarcely any transition comparable with what we find
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    • find a threefold activity, and not only an
    • And elsewhere you can also find a
    • draw your attention now to a passage that you will find in
    • you will find that Christ was being callous when He said that
    • if you can find a number of people who admit that it would
    • could find a good opportunity to deliver him up.
    • we must do is find out what is the real issue. And we shall
    • find many more examples to show us how the Gospel sometimes
    • if he might find something on it. And when he came to it he
    • 11:13 And seeing a fig tree afar off having leaves, he came, if haply he might find any thing thereon: and when he came to it, he found nothing but leaves; for the time of figs was not yet. \
    • straight up to a fig tree, look for figs and find none, and
    • then the reason is explicitly given why He did not find any
    • figs and finding none, says, “Never to all eternity
    • up to a fig tree at a time when no figs grow. He finds no
    • for them, that the Buddha was still able to find fruit on it.
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    • chapter 12, verses 18 to 27 you will find a conversation
    • approach the end of the Mark Gospel you will find still
    • find out from within Himself whether He will be able to keep
    • development. We find in the tenth chapter of the Mark Gospel
    • further we find how He speaks everywhere of how the cosmic
    • draw attention to one particular passage that you will find
    • Gospel. Let us read the passage and find out if the Mark
    • Jesus of Nazareth, and we find it again at the beginning of
    • understand it, we may also find the possibility of fulfilling
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    • perception can find no path leading to Christ Jesus. For this
    • to be stirred by what we feel and sense can we find the way
    • receive the impulse to find his own true being, whereas, as
    • ever find it in the way it is presented in
    • the case of Christ, as you will find it stated in
    • consequence of what you will find already pointed out in
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    • no longer find any connection with a world to which they look up
    • science of human health and sickness will only find a footing on
    • man's being, we find the ahrimanic influence at work in everything
    • us that the human soul, too, has to find a balance between polar
    • luciferic influences. What matters is for human beings to find the
    • lead human beings away from the reality in which they find themselves
    • us look at the spiritual aspect of the human being. We find that
    • the state find work for everybody, provide everybody with what they
    • enough, if you go back almost a hundred years you find that another
    • to grant every individual the right to work, to let the state find
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    • sphere of life we turn to, we find precious little of any such
    • be hard put to it to find clearer proof of the fact that Christianity
    • fully to understand Christ means: to find man as man within oneself.
    • the depths of the soul, things which do not find their way into those
    • the impulse exists towards finding this unity. But the search must
    • finds an expression in the type of spirituality which is valid today.
    • East we cannot find such thought forms if we remain at the level of
    • the Christ. Endeavours to find such an understanding are taken
    • with the thought forms of the West, you will find them everywhere in
    • Soloviev's work. But you will find that they are handled differently
    • West. You will not find it expressed in this way by any western
    • something which it is almost impossible to find anywhere in the
    • Christ, the Son God. In a spirit such as Vladimir Soloviev we find a
    • simply mention that you can find prose passages today which read: Ah!
    • but an ancient vision. We find this vision in its final phase
    • sought in order that mankind may once again find unity over the whole
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    • evolution of civilization, then we shall find the first decisive period
    • you will find this culture of
    • find in two different forms in the Chaldean wisdom and the Egyptian
    • For instance we can only understand what we find in the work of
    • we find that in later ages something was written down which during
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    • dreams more closely, we find that what is missing in them is our
    • When we come to recognize the forces within which human beings find
    • Looking simply at the world of space we find that, after the
    • obvious fact they would not find it so difficult to enter into
    • world. Why? Those who expect to find something beyond the threshold
    • senses are simply expecting to find another physical world beyond the
    • force that in this spiritual world we find what is for ever inclined
    • down their thought world. So they only find their thought life once
    • unprepared they find themselves in a terrible situation; for they
    • again. We need intellect and understanding so that we may find
    • scale. Now it is necessary for us to find our way back to them. A
    • we need to understand how the eternal finds its place in the
    • its gravity, we cannot but develop a yearning to find the Christ
    • Being once again. And this yearning to find Christ once more is what
    • would be unlikely to find a treatise on grace or sin written by one
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    • find the means to give back to people a super-sensible content for
    • In the first instance you will find that here
    • that they might as well wait until they die to find out what happens
    • finds expression in a spiritual, a soul, fact. We can be born into a
    • such things find it outstandingly characteristic of our time that a
    • little love for their folk spirit and therefore find themselves in a
    • real. But when, on looking into the human being, people find there
    • look deeply into your soul you will find something which consumes and
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    • prince of this world’, is an Ahriman-like being. We can find
    • man. Indeed, only when we are in a position to find such a being in
    • external nature. You will find there two contrasts, but what matters
    • we look into human beings we find that they can be in a condition
    • their soul, after which they would find their way to the knowledge
    • you will find that the decisive,
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    • pass by the brain, through finding resistance and support in the
    • because it finds a support it recovers again. Because of the shape of
    • finds a support (see drawing). Then the rest of the organism begins
    • as we can find our way about the ordinary physical world if we can
    • think properly, so can we only find our way about in the world of the
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    • birth and death to the true stature of our thought life, we find that
    • find, as one part of the content of his soul, something that is like
    • he finds himself. He longs to withdraw from this cosmic feeling and
    • foundation of all his will impulses he will find fear and he must
    • self, we find the force of our karma, our destiny.
    • earthly evolution prior to the Mystery of Golgotha. You find, spread
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    • just as though you were to find yourself in a darkened room with all
    • slowly and gradually has mankind been able to find the way towards
    • was filled with spirit. In its purest, most beautiful form we find it
    • we find in Greek tragedies. But on the other hand we can have the
    • find it depicted, for instance, in the drama of Oedipus. Here is an
    • sight of the spirit in natural creatures and processes, find the
    • does not really believe that it is possible to find the spirit in
    • of the necessities of nature, which are rigid, he cannot find
    • sets about this task. Human beings find it difficult to understand
    • trained, not the head system. These days human beings cannot find the
    • Christ, but they strive to find him. Christ came down. Because they
    • new birth, human beings must find him here on earth.
    • find Christ. They describe the difficulties human beings face now
    • — we find first in Lessing
    • beings must find the Christ during their earthly life because Christ
    • finding the Christ during earthly life — receive the call:
    • the manner in which the human being finds Christianity is rather
    • theoretical kind of knowledge. For actually we find that the ascent
    • filled with the Christ. But still Goethe could not find pictures with
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    • Calderon's Cyprianus drama is followed by another, which we find in
    • not find it through the various sciences at his disposal. Perhaps
    • university studies and longed to escape from it all and find a true
    • for he could not find it in the cultural life that at first presented
    • depicting this finding of spirituality in earthly life. To do so, he
    • ebbs and flows in the stormy deeds of man, one ought to find the
    • nineties he explored the aspect of moral ideas which we find in the
    • free of Satan's clutches, how Cyprianus goes mad, how they find one
    • message to be clearly stated was: You cannot find the divine,
    • that salvation which you can find through Christ. They were still far
    • descended to earth, where it now ought to be possible to find him.
    • He sensed that it was necessary for Faust to find his
    • what I now find it necessary to say to you. What I have to say is
    • that at last a way may be found of finding Christ within earthly
    • life, and of finding Him as He has become since the Mystery of
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    • This is what people find so difficult to understand. In the tenth,
    • heart and soul. In this way Goethe's Faust finds himself to be so
    • there was a striving for the spirit and that man ought to find his
    • questions with which I am concerned find their answers when we follow
    • attitude to Shakespeare. It would not have occurred to him to find
    • extremely interesting to find that Shakespeare has been so deeply
    • from Shakespeare in seeking what they wanted to find through their
    • souls is, in the East, still in the spiritual world and finds no
    • find being carried out in Europe by Goethe and Schiller —
    • — you will find in the East
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    • find that spiritual leaders such as the poets who created these
    • to find inner satisfaction of soul from intellectual life alone,
    • Fragment, and also the parts which Goethe omitted, we find that here
    • Faust stands as a solitary figure wrestling inwardly to find a
    • the wisdom of the stars and with destiny, and you will find that in
    • a different manner; we shall have to go away from concepts and find
    • find everything I have expressed here, in the form of direct speech,
    • asserts itself: ‘In this, thy Nothing, may I find my All!’
    • if you subtract all this, you find yourself back with the legend of
    • how a personality as great as Goethe strives to find an entry to the
    • to fault-finding with a creation such as
    • people of today must find their tasks with regard to a new path to
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    • experience to find intellectual reasoning entering into the human
    • knew that it was only possible for them to find real knowledge if
    • legend, we could nevertheless find in Goethe's depiction of Faust
    • plays, that is, in the historical plays, we could find in the
    • the present time in which they find themselves. Shakespeare is in a
    • go further eastwards we would find that there is nothing on the earth
    • possible to find a new entry into the spiritual world from out of a
    • to trace it in what human beings sensed; we must find out how it went
    • questions must be asked. As early as Parzival we find a portrayal of
    • does. What connection with the deed can you find today in the words:
    • harmony with what is going on outside. We no longer find any
    • world, lose himself in it, finally ending-up in solitude and finding
    • finds his way to a hermit in the forest who teaches him all kinds of
    • in a way find the people as a whole composing stories, and gathering
    • go back to the fourth post-Atlantean period we find that all these
    • such things in history; you will find many! You will find the origins
    • we go back beyond what belongs to the age of the intellect, we find
    • do him any good. His only hope of a cure lies in finding a pure
    • flourishes and the less an effort is made to find what can work
    • appears, you find that what is being depicted is a new attitude of
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    • to find an external expression in earthly life. In the times which
    • that at the first attempt it proved impossible to find full humanity
    • soul which enables them to find moral impulses in pure thoughts, in
    • finding what it is that guarantees freedom for the human being,
    • through anthroposophical spiritual science. Learning to find their
    • find in the laboratory can also be absorbed in this way. But what is
    • find out whether these mathematical problems have been solved
    • psychological laboratory in order to find out whether they are
    • certainly find that something bears fruit in their soul. It is not
    • soul. All the processes of nature find expression not only in what
    • introduced to eurythmy people might endeavour to find their way into
    • serious intent it is not too difficult to find one's way quite
    • pay attention to the fact that human beings can find in Anthroposophy
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    • the Egypto-Chaldean epoch we find that the records of ordinary
    • Christian era, we should find that together with the promptings of
    • shall find the right vantage point from which to confront it.
    • disappeared, and what sects and denominations find in the
    • finding the real Christ has been lost, and because what people glean
    • disregard the other three is actually dangerous. What you find in
    • Lucifer, says: “I, Ahriman, find it advantageous to make use of
    • rather than simply accepting the figures that people find so
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    • human beings have no desire to do; they find it irksome. And many
    • When people find one thing
    • people who find it irksome to acquaint themselves for example with
    • It is only a question of finding the point at which every single thing
    • incarnation than to find this or that tedious, to consider oneself
    • it is the same question of finding the point where everything is of
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    • physical plane will find in them no source of satisfaction. An
    • find the key to life and so be able to recognize and learn to control
    • eye for the qualitative element, and then one often finds it recorded
    • find these things disquieting; but those whose interest is
    • questions. It is very interesting to find two levels of culture
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    • the evolution of humanity, the more do we find certain individuals
    • human existence, we find that the sources of pagan wisdom always lie
    • will find salvation.” But in its deep foundations, human life
    • be rescued from Ahriman cannot find entry. The point is not whether
    • principle of the number seven — as you will find
    • about Pythagoras today in any text book; but you will never find any
    • understood. If you study recent findings of natural science or
    • as idea, you will find it in the Greek philosopher Anaxagoras.
    • So too you will find the fundamental principles of modern natural
    • through modern psychology you would not find the slightest trace of
    • find a society of rather sectarian tendencies in which they can take
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    • think and you will find evidence of it in any text book of geology.
    • will find that the earth over a wide area will emit vapor if you take
    • science describe the earth in the way we find in text books of
    • find lacking in the descriptions given by human beings themselves of
    • natural science — you will gradually find your way to the
    • means very long ago, and you will find that as a rule, landscape is
    • than that you will find that landscape takes second place; it is the
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    • consider the Egypto-Chaldean epoch we find that the records
    • years before the Christian era, we should find that together
    • men shall find the right vantage-point from which to confront
    • disappeared, and what sects and denominations find in the
    • of finding the real Christ has been lost, and because what
    • find in sects whose adherents swear by the literal content of
    • “I, Ahriman, find it advantageous to make use of
    • that people find so satisfactory to-day. If the father is
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    • is just what human beings have no desire to do; they find it
    • When men find
    • widespread nowadays! I have known numbers of people who find
    • It is only a question of finding the point at which every
    • find this or that tedious, to consider oneself superior to
    • the same question of finding the point where everything is of
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    • processes of the physical plane will find in them no source
    • incarnation. Men must learn from spiritual science to find
    • then one often finds it recorded that the father was Greek,
    • Many people, of course, find these things disquieting; but
    • about the same questions. It is very interesting to find two
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    • back we go in the evolution of humanity, the more do we find
    • existence, we find that the sources of Pagan wisdom always
    • and my soul will find salvation.” — But in its
    • from Ahriman cannot find entry. The point is not whether men
    • seven — as you will find in my book
    • never find any understanding of the reason why he based the
    • been understood. If you study recent findings of natural
    • idea, you will find it in the Greek philosopher
    • Anaxagoras. So too you will find the fundamental principles
    • search through modern psychology you would not find the
    • embark upon the study of spiritual science provided they find
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    • men think and you will find evidence of it in any text-book
    • you will find that the earth over a wide area will emit
    • and natural science describe the earth in the way we find in
    • entirely immersed in earthly ideas and prejudices would find
    • gradually find your way to the realisation that mankind is
    • no means very long ago, and you will find that as a rule,
    • to five centuries. Earlier than that you will find that
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    • later, but for now we were unable to find our way there. We
    • yourselves a vast abyss across which you have to find a
    • bridge. You must find the bridge from the medical-scientific
    • you. But you must find the bridge, so that you experience
    • organs, you find your way to what is morally-warm.
    • realm itself. You must find the way out of the
    • find our way to true healing in the present time only if we
    • did not find what they sought as satisfaction in their
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    • to each other. No attempt is made to find a bridge. But the
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    • anatomy and physiology you will find all kinds of indications
    • there, a knife. But to find the difference between a table
    • are eating too many potatoes. You will never find out
    • find this basis in order to get insight into the healthy as
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    • to find out how the substances are formed, and then, out of
    • never find the transition from the quality of a substance
    • tolerate the formative forces of lead. If we now try to find
    • we study the human etheric body, we find that it has within
    • thirteen or fourteenth century, we find the beginnings of
    • investigations to the chemical composition but of finding out
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    • We find that the people living in a district where there is
    • it entered the embryo. Now in these districts we always find
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    • certain uneasiness. Single questions will find their answer
    • sections of the work. And you who are seeking to find your
    • able to find the way to the spiritual. Let it not be imagined
    • that one can really find the spiritual as a dreamer, or as a
    • human head we find the same forces that play around the roots
    • of plants, but in the human head we find them in quite a
    • find that your soul learns to experience quite differently,
    • which you find yourselves. You will find that your own
    • find this kinship wherever there is fire. You must learn to
    • observation of what exists outside in nature, you will find
    • put and will all amount to this: How can I find my way into a
    • find the way, but you must have confidence. It is not a
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    • Try to find out by an experiment how much weight of pressure
    • you will find that there is nobody. For these organs, which
    • ether, we find that there are two kinds of warmth. The warmth
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    • to do is find our way into this kind of perception. You see,
    • symptoms may be only very subtle — you will find that
    • materialism is still mighty and we must, in some way, find
    • to the lecture thinking that he would find confirmation of
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    • difficulties and we will try to find their solution. All of
    • and when you look at the constellations you find, for
    • Earth evolution you will find that until the separation of
    • became physical — and you find this today in the stream
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    • when one finds the necessary spare time for them — the
    • personal development. One should try to find the link from
    • moreover, find it. In reality, the feeling of oppression
    • physician should find his bearings quite naturally in his
    • find that you really do feel the thirst of which I have
    • spoken. And you will find, too, the moments and hours when
    • at which he stands he must find his development, find it in
    • very unpleasant for him to find that he was not listening to
    • and cycles, you will find it. Suppose when a baby is born we
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    • Du empfindest Menschengestaltung.
    • You find the form which the working of these forces produce
    • — you find this form in the bird's egg. These forces
    • find no other answer. This answer is just like the logic of
    • do not find these forces to any extent. But when we look at
    • spiritual life finds a place in what, figuratively speaking,
    • that the spiritual may find a place, are also present in
    • a far-reaching understanding of the position in which we find
    • lecture this evening will find that certain human connections
    • the result of not finding in earthly life that for which one
    • can certainly find it useful if you frequently ponder the
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    • general destiny as human beings you are finding your way into
    • sphere you find a certain current to which, with full
    • study Lord Bacon you would find how greatly medicine was
    • being of man from out of the cosmos and then you will find
    • weight? A physician, however, has to find measure, number,
    • in the human being — we naturally do not find this
    • we remove the brain we find that its weight is about 1,500
    • and then finds a real connection with man's need for healing.
    • find its place. But then, you see, the other side has to be
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    • the purpose of finding out how he could become spiritual and
    • that of medicine, the Goetheanum will find human beings who
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    • pass over to the fluidic man I will find that this stream of
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    • inasmuch as this blood belongs to the fluid organism, we find
    • methods of investigation — we would find in registering
    • reflect in this way we find that it is impossible for our
    • organism. And when we come to the etheric body, we find
    • Ether, Life Ether, and in addition we find in it, in a very
    • waking, finds that he is feverish or is suffering from some
    • (diagram V) is related to what is on the left, we shall find
    • find the most incredible hypotheses of how the soul works
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    • modern scientist can find reality.
    • counsel with yourself, however, you will find it quite
    • study the whole human being we find a bridge between
    • is possible to find the connection between body and soul.
    • will not be possible to find any transition to the life of
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    • find in every case that they are linked with something in our
    • life of thought; we permeate this with the will and thus find
    • where we find freedom in the life of thought and love in the
    • the mirror, you find nothing. In other words, you have a
    • before birth, and therefore they called the findings of
    • unfolded through freedom must find an element in which to
    • that unfolds in us when, as a free being, we find our way
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    • quite different from that into which it enters when it finds its
    • outlet in the ocean. If you follow up the rivers you find that they
    • go to work in the right way and one finds proofs everywhere for the
    • reason. And although one is not by any means bound to find it so, yet
    • find, for example, a person with a remarkable complaint: he sees with
    • the sole make their way to where they can find this. They have a kind
    • finds its salt within the earth, but when it emerges from the earth
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    • blade of wheat, you find at once that these laws are not observed at
    • would find that it simply could not be done! But at the top of
    • investigates the substances of which this blade consists, one first finds
    • bast. You see it in trees. And next you find in it a real building
    • We find
    • plant. When you go out to the mountains to-day and find granite
    • you observe a plant to-day and enlarge it, you find even now that it
    • briefly, the earth has once been alive and what we find to-day in the
    • way. If you go out on the ocean you find island formations. Here is
    • still find in the sea chalk deposits which are derived from living creatures,
    • the Juras we find limestone or chalk. The limestone is the deposit of
    • people make out how these birds find their direction. It is sometimes
    • them at all, don't act as guides; the young have to find their
    • — namely, a ship. How does a ship find its direction if it is
    • with the ships; they had to find their direction from the stars. So
    • very forces by which the birds find their direction! Only we men have
    • So it is possible to find all sorts of things within it still, which
    • instance, we find that children cannot absorb proper nourishment.
    • one finds terrible conditions. They brought a little boy into my
    • makes us realise something else. We find in our modern world both
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    • soul-and-spirit finds in the embryonic head elements which derive
    • altogether if the being of soul-and-spirit finds an embryonic head
    • find his bearings after death. Of this, however, the theologians do
    • life that after it is over he can find a firm basis. Prayer that has
    • did not find the earth as a clod out of which all things were then
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    • really the cause of it, you must above all find out if he is getting
    • acid, when his stomach does not function properly, we find that it is
    • modern medicine people always want to find a single cause of disease
    • case where one finds that there is too little iron, one must try in
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    • again. In this way one finds the effects of minute quantities of
    • somewhere. If you dig in the earth there, you will find traces of
    • and dig in the earth, you will find traces of lead. Look at a common
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    • arsenic! If you go into the matter you will find that this is the
    • and then sweated out. But if an excessive quantity finds its way into
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    • widely disseminated, we find a similar June festival coinciding with the
    • others — through many statements we can find in the Gospels —
    • who find, so to say, a second I that can say “you” to the
    • If we trace the genealogy of Jesus of Nazareth to its source, we find
    • evolution of man we find not only this one great event, the rebirth of
    • and others that must follow it. To find the former, we look back in
    • to the ancient Indian civilization. There we find seven great and holy
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    • have to tell. But when we find the same information in the documents
    • record; for in outer history one can by no means expect to find
    • Goethe. Herman Grimm went about the task by trying to find
    • we find the following salient points. The whole human race, in as far as
    • midst and find their way back to the Gods, as it were, in advance of
    • find the type in which the child is cast out, is found by shepherds,
    • Being could not incarnate in a man of this earth, could not find room
    • find this indicated by the writer of the John Gospel? We need only take
    • we find the John Gospel linked with this oldest of documents. The writer
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    • form as we find in the opening verses of the John Gospel. Today we will
    • members find expression in the lowest ones. Just as the inner qualities
    • and etheric bodies, you would find your nervous and circulatory systems
    • Moon state. Again we find the human physical and etheric bodies
    • old Moon we find what may be called the ancestors of present-day
    • find something like hardened replicas of what dwells on the sun.
    • care for the Bull men; but on the Moon I cannot find the conditions
    • beings who were sufficiently advanced to find their further development
    • the beginning; and in the Luke Gospel we find what is basically the
    • Saturn, Sun, and Moon. And when we then find that we can rediscover,
    • anew to appreciate these documents and to find in them their own evidence
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    • seed as a sort of pledge that it will find its way back to its physical
    • it is difficult to find words in our prosaic language, hence it is occasionally
    • producing only bodies incapable of harboring human soul beings, we find
    • the time when they should again be able to find appropriate human bodies.
    • secession of the moon: they put up with whatever bodies they could find.
    • India, we find human beings in a very high stage of development. Just
    • we will descend, for at present we would find the inner nature of man
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    • far as they were able to find bodies in the line of physical heredity.
    • we seek, the more firmly we find the community consciousness bound up
    • what is nothingness to thee I hope to find my all”. — Only
    • what it was that bound men together in olden times! Then you will find
    • alone: he can look into his own ego and there seek, and find, the divine.
    • I must know if I am to find the way back to the divine. — But
    • Christ said: There is another Father through Whom the ego will find
    • There is something eternal thou canst find if thou remainest within
    • characterize the force He would transmit to men with the words we find
    • need to go back to Abraham, for I find the divine Father Spirit within
    • the whole line of descent if they would find the way to the Gods. Had
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    • over a long period of time we find such Mysteries. Whether you seek
    • or Chaldeans, you will invariably find neophytes being admitted to the
    • into which he must find his way. But evolution proceeded. What I have
    • desire, in varying degrees, to find the center of gravity in personality.
    • same time find there, after the submersion, exactly what once he had
    • idea by means of the John and the Luke Gospels we find spiritual love
    • writings with sympathetic understanding we find there much that is great
    • find new means of comprehending Him. In former centuries other ways and
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    • And precisely because it is laborious to find his way through the maze
    • The spiritual scientist knows that he can find beforehand anything the
    • Gospels contain, without reference to documents. But when he finds again
    • of St. John. There must be a reason for this; but we shall find it
    • and by the spirit. Then only will we find the inner connections between
    • 1. You will find this subject
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    • you will find certain contradictions. As to the essentials, to be sure
    • first the Evangelists Mark and John, we find their narratives commencing
    • we find an echo of terms used in the ancient Persian initiation; for
    • initiation, we find that this offered the possibility of beholding,
    • it have persisted into our own post-Atlantean time. Thus you could find
    • to the worship of the Persian Mithras Bull; for everything we find in
    • to find whatever might chance to be there, which would then enable him
    • initiation that led to the Bull cult, we shall find truth in the old
    • in the distant future, all that transcends earthbound matters, we find
    • the case of the Christ-Being? The answer is, we find it to be an event
    • But they have not been able to find it.
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    • and significance of much that we find in the John Gospel itself, as
    • by materialism, can find no points of contact with this John Gospel,
    • with evolution as it applied to mankind will therefore find it quite
    • find in old Palestine within the radius then known no second Cana; and
    • Father Abraham. Clearly, among these Christ could not find the faith
    • finding the transition. They vividly retained the feeling that their
    • find the connection with the spiritual Father Who, instead of letting
    • needed to find the strong force — not in consanguinity, but in
    • another: two are needed. And already here we find a greater measure
    • of Lazarus, where we find still another increase in the Christ force.
    • could you find a lyrical document of such glorious composition? No other
    • this wisdom will in turn serve to find fresh truths, just as during
    • the past seven years our wisdom has served to find what cannot be found
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    • first gradually learn to find his way about, for everything appears
    • life process, you will not find it difficult to understand that in an
    • blood. The farther back we go in time, the more we find people living
    • in his line of ancestry, finding there only tribally related blood,
    • Old Testament the same situation we find in the feeding of the Five
    • principle. When, within a folk community, you find a number of faces
    • But now we find a continuing
    • find everything in the John Gospel so closely knit that, if only you
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    • one and the same tribe, you will find that during the Roman dominion
    • of Christ, you would find that it had changed, had taken on a character
    • possibility of inner concord, of finding the way to harmonize the resisting
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    • we find the etheric head protruding far beyond its physical counterpart:
    • that of ancient Persia or India, you would find this wisdom everywhere
    • find ample confirmation that what is known as science was originally
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    • What do we find woven into this great delusion? Among all the phenomena
    • — you will find that at the time the Christ impulse intervened,
    • find sustenance for all future time.
    • and find a genealogic record, a table of heredity that shows us the
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    • seeing them from the aspect of death, whereas finding the Christ Spirit
    • You do not find the truth
    • Christ, we shall penetrate it in such a way as to find there the Christ
    • incessantly as he develops his capacities, at whatever stage he finds
    • the spiritual world the sin would find its compensation. The others,
    • you will not find that in the Gospel. He says clearly and distinctly,
    • you will find set forth how in the Luke Gospel,
    • them twice as long, we could find ever new depths in the Gospels. Endless
    • truths, to find out what they really contain. Then the whole universal
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    • We shall find
    • being armed with the necessary conceptions, we find that from
    • base themselves on spiritual science will not find any
    • indulgent eye upon what we find in the works of Plato and
    • human beings today, one can find among everywhere examples of
    • time. With this explanation you will no longer find it
    • the same thing, they find themselves obliged to come up with
    • — and turn to the structure of his brain, you find that
    • always admires what one could never find possible to
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    • possible either to err or to find the truth. What is not
    • lives. You will not find an Herbartian who, in making an
    • system. Here, you find that such a relationship does not
    • certainly ought to find metabolism incomprehensible. The true
    • observe human perception, we do not find an analogy for it in
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    • orientation towards the world in an abstract sense to find
    • prejudices of modern anthropology, we find a mode of
    • in Greek development of thought, we find a philosophy, for
    • Instead, we find here that this human soul dwells with the
    • Plato, on the other hand, we find the idea as the
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    • We find in him a
    • into the sphere of wisdom, we find preserved there a teaching
    • It is a worship we find even as late as the first Christian
    • you will find in the manner of his presentation
    • human being gradually finds himself surrounded by a world that
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    • people set out to find a physical country, the physical
    • to the earth, how He could find on earth the human body that
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    • once upon a time to this wisdom, we find that the main thing
    • finding ourselves within our civilization, we take the
    • It is naturally difficult to find one's way within this melee
    • way of outward supports in order to find bearers of truth in
    • permitted to count only on human freedom. It must find people
    • find their spiritual path through the world. For what appears
    • to consider how we are to find the strength to
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    • philological, formal trivialities. He had to find his way out
    • knowledge; he could find it only in what originated from
    • did not find it behind the accomplishments of men of more
    • recent times. He believed he could find it through a kind of
    • as the basic feeling. He did not find joy
    • and the sciences have accomplished, in order to find
    • to cling to the truth, he could find no way leading from what
    • anthroposophically oriented spiritual science we find
    • the human being, find the only true impulse of the idea of
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    • merely finding in the 3 the simple addition of
    • post-Atlantean epoch, we find that the measure was something
    • evolution in regard to measuring, we find that in the fourth
    • terms for the ego we would find that the above experience was
    • There, we basically measure the distances and find that their
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    • delicately filtered spirituality. Then, you awaken and find
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    • human life in this way, we find that a quite specific sum of
    • therefore, left up to mankind itself to find its way into
    • he is confronted by others who do find their way properly
    • be otherwise, people find that uncomfortable since then they
    • cannot find these concepts from the concepts contained in the
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    • the Mystery of Golgotha, we find that a process runs its
    • (see drawing). Then it makes a daring jump and we suddenly find
    • until 1820 that this English life makes the connection, finds
    • even find out about the particular element that lived in
    • today and find him saying:
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    • times. We find poured into this Ormuzd stream everything that
    • look at the way things take place in France. You find
    • power. There, we find a certain spiritual movement that is
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    • spiritual science, we find that the sun sends down to us
    • the forces coming from foodstuffs, we find, to begin with,
    • the physical and astral bodies we find something else that is
    • Mystery of Golgotha, we would find that among the teachers,
    • barely aware. Between these two possibilities we find any
    • the starry constellations how a human being finds his way
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    • be encompassed by the intellect and thus finding the way into
    • heretical by the Pope; the order was given to find and burn all
    • spirit, of the divine. Among other topics, we find in this
    • find that things in the world are illuminated and permeated
    • beings where we find the angels, the archangels, the Archai,
    • surveying these four chapters, we find contained in them
    • the second chapter, we find in it what he calls in terms of
    • the future is eschatology. We find that Erigena here deals
    • earlier times, we find a certain form of clairvoyance in all
    • text you find yourself in the ninth century when the
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    • time, the more we find this religious teaching of wisdom
    • times. We also find this unchanged pagan wisdom in the Church
    • that we are to find the Logos in the spirit, not based on
    • ended in the sense that humanity can no longer find the
    • find your way in it when you view it from the spiritual
    • so on. What we find in the writings of Christianity must be
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    • we may find a path into the future.
    • find that, based on instinctive old wisdom, the doctrine of
    • pictured things differently. They said: When I find myself in
    • the scientific views of Greece. We find them especially well
    • The soul-spirit being that finds its way from death to a new
    • view, which we find especially in Hippocrates who based his
    • find everywhere in full bloom this knowledge of the human
    • less logically. People ceased to find any living element in
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    • possibly find his bearings amid the conditions of social life
    • speech of the Archangeloi, and the Archangeloi find no
    • the language used. Today we find that individuals who are
    • actual prose-content is considered all-important. We find
    • into the spiritual world. And so we find that in language a
    • But if we stop short at the findings of purely external
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    • possible for him to find a living relationship to a different
    • and spiritual knowledge is not accepted. We must find our way
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    • will find the elementary facts in the descriptions given, for
    • There you will find, albeit only in brief, a description of
    • supersensibly, we find that which may be called the
    • super-sensible world, we find by means of super-sensible
    • actually beheld these Beings, and in order to find a true
    • In this book you will find a
    • or in connection with us; we would find ourselves outside our
    • of super-sensible vision. You will find this distant age
    • not find the way which leads to the inner harmony and unity
    • and Heraclitus. We find that these personalities, in so far
    • — of how what has become inward must find its way
    • us, so that we may once more find the Gods.
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    • common spirit. But if we follow history we find that
    • certainly find that thoughts hold sway in them still as
    • this way we find historical and geographical circumstances
    • pronounced in the different epochs. In the West we find a
    • super-sensible. This is the only path by which man can find
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    • unfree. You will find this aspect of the subject presented in the
    • them when seeking to find the causes of world-happenings and
    • though he was seeking to find in them the causes of his own
    • the ancient myths, you will always find, in the biblical
    • the will — we can find in ourselves the force to
    • impressive way man again finds the foundation for the moral
    • world-order. How does he find it? He could not become free if
    • the cosmos, then we shall also find the place that rightly
    • legitimate rulers. On the one hand we shall find what makes
    • life in the world difficult, but we shall also find
    • Points‘. He then finds followers who regard Woodrow
    • needs above everything else today is to find the way to the
    • allow itself to be fructified by the findings of clairvoyance
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    • vegetation, we find something that does not combine with the
    • other also goes. So you may find yourself in the remarkable
    • and more lasting scaffolding, it is a matter of finding a
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    • we find that in those days a man felt himself to be far
    • starting-point for a study which you will find presented in the book,
    • puffing, with backs bent under the burden of the findings of
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    • writings in order to find evidence for their various
    • point of view of Saint-Martin we shall find that his book
    • we find that at the time of the Mystery of Golgotha there
    • indications of how human cognition could find a path to the
    • centuries we find that many problems that are usually
    • impact of the modern scientific outlook they will find their
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    • perception he could attain. That it was possible to find the
    • light of Spiritual Science we find that it bears within it
    • organism in the light of Spiritual Science we find nothing in
    • difficult for man to find his way back to the spirit. The
    • for man, once he has lived his alloted span, to find his way
    • and could no longer find their way back to the spirit. Great
    • shall find that it is impossible to think of the Mystery of
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    • within, we shall find the Christ. The majority of those who
    • Christ. We shall not find the Christ if we maintain, as many
    • that they can find the Christ through what is usually called
    • find that wherever the words “faith” or
    • them to remain in the world and yet find salvation. He had no
    • the Gospels, but which we interpret falsely. We find, for
    • through which Christ worked, we shall never find an answer,
    • corruption that they could not find their way back to the
    • everything depends upon the kind of bodies it can find in the
    • potentialities the spirit finds in the course of its
    • is not a sickness; we must make every effort to find Him in
    • the unfolding of human evolution. If we do not find Him we
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    • the spiritual behind phenomena, to find the spiritual element
    • for, with the existing theories the teacher finds himself
    • surveying the plant kingdom, finds it intolerable that there
    • finds it — as he so delicately puts it — more
    • says: “Just as we find everywhere today ultras
    • of plant growth, they find that fertilization by wind-blown
    • originally predestined and must find its way back once again.
    • of spiritual investigation, just as the findings of natural
    • epoch. Everywhere we find evidence of a progressive decline;
    • materialistic commentators expected to find it; it will be
    • sense, but with the true faith demanded by Christ, can find
    • convincing proof of what I am about to say — we find
    • grasp the impulse which permeates the Gospels. People find it
    • already feel a growing desire to find the courage to
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    • from finding a place in the history of human progress.
    • is both at once — a unity. First test yourself and find
    • yourself and find out whether you yourself are kernel or
    • meaning of history. Indeed we find that there are authors
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    • you will find
    • to outline briefly, we find that they reflect the atmosphere
    • period we find repeated attempts by initiated emperors to
    • make-up was such that he was unable to find a right
    • he tried to find a modus vivendi with Christianity by other
    • find criteria which will enable you to see many of the later
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    • it must be possible to find it in the Mysteries, for it must
    • anthropos you will find that it gives a rough indication of
    • conquest of Persia. He wished to find out whether he could
    • Christ Jesus to this problem. He hoped to find an answer
    • whole libraries — we find that we can piece together
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    • not dependent upon the findings of the external history that
    • historical enquiry with the findings of Spiritual Science. If
    • accusation was a pure fabrication in order to find a pretext
    • to recent history. Here we find other distortions but we fail
    • difficult to speak of these practices today because we find
    • look into the origin of the Mithras Mysteries we find that
    • find there was a time when the artist never dreamt of working
    • find that their concepts and ideas were informed by an inner
    • posed by all today: how can I find, by means of inner
    • strove to find within his soul that which gives certainty of
    • himself. And then he must find the necessary strength and
    • three degrees of mystical experience. To find the path
    • forefathers — and that you will ultimately find them.
    • finding the Christ at the right moment. But when we find Him,
    • hoped to find the answer in the Mithras Mysteries. It was for
    • to find the connection between them. And because this was not
    • It was through Initiation that we must find the Christ; He
    • because they did not lead to the Christ. We today must find
    • unquestionably will be renewed. We must find the path to the
    • also find the path to the Christ.
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    • roots in reality. We find that the State has no cells. On the
    • kind of organism? Where can one find something comparable in
    • find that we can only compare the entire Earth organism with
    • no idea what will come of it. Such are the findings of a
    • around a little we shall find where the major hindrances lie
    • convince me.” They find such a possibility dangerous
    • find once again the path to the spiritual. And Bahr therefore
    • in chaos. We must find something that brings us in touch with
    • People are striving to find the way to God, but are unwilling
    • find his way back to the spirit once again. I quote a few
    • whither he is being led and suddenly finds himself at a
    • like to show that he is typical of those who find great
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    • times when the few could find access to the spirit through
    • information we have about his life, we shall find that
    • content of the individual scenes as they unfold; but I find
    • find themselves in the company of contemporary intellectuals.
    • gates of death — finds itself, according to
    • therefore both courage and determination in order to find our
    • back to Origen and to Clement of Alexandria we find men who
    • in many of Clement's utterances we find traces of that
    • sundry clinical findings and so on. In short the man is a
    • which he draws from these findings are pure nonsense. Men of
    • find that they are entirely founded on religious rites and
    • find especially in the Mysteries and in Plato's
    • must not expect to find guidance in these abstruse matters
    • can find many ingenious explanations of this dream if you
    • who were familiar with the world of the spirit will find
    • the “Divine Comedy” you will find these beautiful
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    • place in the cosmos where the sun is, one would not find such
    • a burning gas. Instead one would find something totally
    • the leaves of plants, for example, one would find how each
    • movements. One thus would find that many things on the
    • other three lawfulnesses. Only now do we find the human
    • notions. What constitutes the world for us we find in our
    • in order to find how the truly knowing Greek saw in
    • to this one element, earth, and now we must find the way
    • back. We must find our way back through Imagination to the
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    • man finds himself between falling asleep and awakening.
    • which the human being also finds himself as physical man. It
    • physical space one can never find an explanation for the
    • find the transition to the warmth element or element of fire.
    • self-contained human being. One really finds this, though in
    • times and then finds that nothing emerges from them. I looked
    • find entrance again into the elements that do not explain to
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    • when the physical body ceases to exist. What you often find
    • beyond the surface of such things, we shall find that they
    • first in the mineral world — we find the most manifold
    • forms. We speak of them as crystal forms. We also find other
    • forms in nature, however, and we find that a certain
    • you can find this image of the cosmos. The egg is nothing
    • could find presented everywhere clarification of the riddles
    • an effort to understand it. You find it easy to conceive
    • applied in spiritual science, they would find that exactly
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    • we find them to be those of the metabolic-limb system from
    • find them to be more memory pictures, the actual memory
    • being means to find in him the forces that reach beyond
    • can find all sorts of reasons that the woman went from one
    • will find in them the remedies for everything connected with
    • spiritual hierarchies, which we did not find by way of inner
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    • we find that everything pertaining to
    • unconscious, and one finds it only in the way that we
    • new will, but the thought separates itself and finds our
    • pictures with us, and we will find the connection to what the
    • the aspect of soul; one must find a substance, a material
    • is spreading far and wide, which would prefer to find an
    • one could really despair of finding the people needed for
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    • feelings, you can find in him the driving, working forces and
    • speech to find the possibility of again reawakening that
    • Mount of Odelian and it finds itself precisely within these
    • You can find in these poems that he gives the real
    • were not possible for a spiritual beating-in to find its way
    • this frenzy we find with reference to the phenomena of life
    • Therefore you will find the effect of all that from the
    • in all that you can find the transition from the unconscious,
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    • for treasure and is happy when he finds rain worms. However,
    • man shows this or that characteristic. Therefore to find out
    • generations, you will find that in many people, as it were,
    • plan to find himself as a human being through the
    • if he could find some connections between the structure of
    • will find those people whom He needs; and that must be. When
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    • find the reason for this transformation, then one must know
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    • what results from this You find that the occult brotherhoods
    • given to people. That which you find in Papus' books
    • you will find a long debate about the number 777.
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    • already find the concept of the primal revelation in the
    • spiritual worlds, but that man can find other beings in these
    • find in these ancient religious writings that the people knew
    • which, if we go back into ancient mythologies we find
    • Sleiss said this in 1916 and he wondered if he could find
    • by Gustav Merig and you can find something there of which you
    • Napaloos” (sic). In this story you find certain
    • so forth in a quite wonderful way. You can find indications
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    • material life. They find it very comical, very superfluous.
    • before you. For example, you could find that men, in so far
    • compare and find that person who describes the Germans in
    • cosmos, it finds its fundamental basis in the religious
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    • and what happens there. And I indicated that you can find the
    • wisdom and the refinding of it. Something should be sunk into
    • animal kingdom on the Earth, we find the most manifold
    • splits itself apart; people walk by each other, each finding
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    • daughter so that the people who led him away would not find
    • we find that Thomas More wanted nothing more than to be a
    • find in the case of Thomas More that everything which
    • earth development. Therefore you would not find the Christ in
    • find the Christ interwoven in the whole history of those
    • spiritual world; hence you find that Christianity did not
    • such as Thomas More, then we find that he did not have a full
    • occult mysteries, one finds it identical with the sentence
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    • find proof that the Greeks suffered from lice in the same way
    • well that if you were to find a letter addressed to someone
    • that we may be able to find our way properly through
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    • the human being, then we find that this curve has a middle
    • and you will find the after-working of this insoluble
    • earth sojourn. So we find where you have this contradiction
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    • find in ancient India, because it belongs to the world
    • you will find not only that knowledge is
    • appear shortly, you will find those people who have developed
    • finding of the ego. As long as a person is looking for his
    • find the ego. Once you have found the ego, then you are no
    • finding the ego is the only real possibility of overcoming
    • find the right thing. I have noted the following in the
    • the “I” for itself. The finding of the ego frees
    • Homunculus finds a soulless woman and Homunculus, whose
    • can find something in his spirit and therefore establishes
    • the Gospels in a critical way, he finds contradictions in
    • reality. You will be able to find what I mean when I say
    • to find Hoffrat and would then take that concept and analyze
    • you want to seek the reality behind words, then you find very
    • have the ability to penetrate deep within the words and find
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    • find no place in heads filled with true spiritual wisdom.
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    • stance rather than go through the effort of finding the
    • Present desire to find simple, unified concepts. Inadequacy
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    • reconcile this with the spiritual scientific finding that
    • you will find the passage where I spoke of the social cancer
    • even if they have only been touched on lightly, you will find
    • You will find that
    • to see if I might not find someone who has expressed their
    • things in the world. I have tried to find out if people are
    • centuries cannot find a way of achieving order out of their
    • to understand and have an opinion on everything. People find
    • to the larder and all over the house to find more things to
    • children, find a solution: They take care that everything
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    • are in many respects quite unable to find the answers. The
    • with the physical body for the moment. We find that during
    • area where people find it particularly difficult to
    • find the spirit in nature. Then one will also find the
    • life. Johann Valentin Andreae looked deep down to find nature
    • things, however, that Johann Valentin Andreae sought to find.
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    • the chaos in which we find ourselves today; in fact, they
    • possible to find anything in Bahr's family which is not
    • truths into themselves in the right way will also find their
    • this Society with personal interests may indeed find that
    • members but nevertheless do come and hear such things, find
    • travelling from lecture cycle to lecture cycle they find
    • poisonous plants, but one has to find the right point of
    • anthroposophical movement. But we have to find the right
    • because they are interested in finding and revealing
    • finds it so difficult to make its way today. It will make its
    • ambitions which rule one set of people or another. To find
    • find other ways of making sure they are able to progress; it
    • stop. As I said, I shall find other ways to make sure this
    • development may find it difficult to understand how such
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    • times not very long ago. You will find times when there were
    • depths of the human soul one finds that in the present time
    • achieve in this way may indeed be very nice, but to find
    • then let go, it will go to this point to find its
    • anthroposophy — which is the only means of finding the
    • right attitude to such things — find the right ideas by
    • find there a strange cry — I think we may call it such
    • — a cry for humanity to find again what has really been
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    • insights which humanity currently finds acceptable will not
    • today. You find an excellent description of the breaking up,
    • You will find a memoir in my book
    • continue unchanged, people would no longer find anything to
    • stages. Human beings therefore have to find a different way
    • you find in eugenetics really came from people's brains and
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    • find it easiest to get an idea of this if you look at it like
    • you will find further references to this difference.
    • Many historical phenomena will find their explanation if you
    • quality. The kind of thing you find in Roman history, and you
    • would also find it in later history if it had not all been
    • world. All they are prepared to accept is that they will find
    • understand that they will find it completely different, so
    • there, in order to find the right correspondence and
    • the writings of ancient times you will find the dreams dreamt
    • people do today, but find a way of going back to earlier
    • human beings. But you will also find many children who are
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    • everything which exists in the outside world, and find the
    • twelfth century, you will always find that people understood
    • which were said were true, though they are difficult to find.
    • be able to find out much about what those teachers did to
    • him: ‘Tell me, boy, where can I find someone who'll
    • inclination. You will find many such things if you look into
    • point of view of anthroposophy and you will find this to be
    • enter fully into your soul, you will find it has tremendous
    • must once again find a living approach, and people must
    • awkward. It is the challenge of our time that we must find
    • distinction will find it quite impossible to live with the
    • better education for people but to find ways in which they
    • face we like and find sympathetic. But it is wrong to let our
    • play. People find it difficult to manage today because they
    • look at the world, and if they do not find it in accord with
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    • situation and you will find this everywhere.
    • found, as many people find, that it does not matter if the
    • kind of contradiction in which we find ourselves all the
    • analogy we are apt to find ourselves in the situation which
    • regard to Kjellen's idea, you will always find that it cannot
    • you will find that it works, that you gain useful insights
    • in Russian life, which is little known to us, we find
    • did well in the American Congress and you find them included,
    • and find there was a time when those
    • been.’ It would have been possible to find a pretty
    • right way. And the effort must be made to find energies
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    • go back to very early times in evolution, you would find a
    • let go of it will still sneak down to that earth and find
    • present time. It is not at all uncommon to find people today
    • into such things will find them at every turn. If you were to
    • West want to find out what actually lives in the East
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    • view of some specific instances to find some very odd things
    • perceptions. And we will not find the right attitude to those
    • and remains only in a hardened form. You need to find the
    • finding out about the future from sacrificial animals, the
    • it is, of course, possible to find ways and means of speaking
    • your hearts grow sore with some of the things you find. This
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    • you will find that in very early
    • spirit of human and natural evolution and find imaginative
    • find again and again — you would also find it so if you
    • sincerely devoted to anthroposophy, they do find the matter
    • carefully and work through it, you will find aspects of
    • also great historical perspectives. You will also find it
    • You will find that current political issues can also be considered
    • you can find an exemplary study here concerning the future of
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    • reason why we find so many symbols of procreation and earthly
    • find extremely unpalatable. For millennia, human beings have
    • ahrimanic powers. The true ideal must arise from what we find
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    • — you will find that at no other time were ideas so
    • that world, one finds that the souls which were about to
    • find it embarrassing to admit to others their knowledge of
    • spiritualities can find room in them, the materialistic bent,
    • dwelling, to find a vaccine that will drive all inclination
    • However, we do find something quite peculiar in the case of
    • of humanity find it easiest to ascribe greatness and
    • are now asleep and they will find it hard to understand how
    • to find a way out of them. Yet while there is so little will
    • to mark the anniversary of Goethe finding his way to the
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    • Archangels — you will find some of the details in the
    • eleventh centuries we find the earth's power of attraction
    • back to ancient India, we find that people remained young and
    • A significant battle is taking place among us, you will find.
    • course, find it uncomfortable to know such things today. For
    • spirits of darkness find it easiest to achieve their aims if
    • But if you ignore the driver, you will find it interesting to
    • we find in all these things the ideas belonging to the end of
    • strings. Those individuals will find it all the easier to do
    • find it their best defence against any objections which the
    • you will find statements of
    • which members of parliament find themselves. People think
    • are not considered significant in life outside, if you find
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    • finds its place in the cosmic ether. In ordinary waking consciousness
    • find. For inasmuch as we have still to live through the rest of the
    • will find the difference between what is living and what is abstract
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    • and we shall never find these organic arrangements absent. If,
    • the Sons of the Gods should find the daughters of men fair, i.e.,
    • should find the objective world beautiful, the intervention of
    • What I mean to convey is that in human life we can find analogies for
    • knowing the art of sowing the seeds where they will find responsive
    • We find, therefore,
    • Least of all does one find understanding when one tries to give such
    • world. The capacity to find our true bearings in the spiritual world
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    • the human soul during waking life in those times we find that it
    • no human beings had been able to find a living link with Christ in their
    • have enabled them to find the link with the kingdoms of heaven. The
    • in the spiritual world and find that in three or four days’
    • importance in the immediate future gladly finds his way into
    • spiritual world, finding delight in times to come in the daughters of
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    • back to find anything else. Men actually beheld the spiritual during
    • we find there the Hierarchies of spiritual Beings. They, naturally,
    • towards the outer world of physical Nature in order to find the
    • we shall find more and more human beings who possess knowledge of the
    • became clairvoyant and, finding Christ in the sphere of the earth,
    • be discovered with purely physical faculties, men will find him with
    • be made if in this present century men were not to find Him
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    • of man — he finds himself confronted by an overwhelming
    • present moment and had been able to find their way about in space,
    • the whole of man's evolution up to the present time, you will always find
    • examine what we carry deep down in our souls, we shall always find it
    • find that as a boy of ten he was taken by his father on a visit,
    • concentration, is by finding the way over from purely passive
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    • world of Inspiration we can feel at home, for here we find the
    • to a time long before the Mystery of Golgotha, and we find how
    • conscious of himself; he learns to find spirituality in that one
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    • spiritual world we find that our mathematics and geometry are no
    • discover what attentiveness really means, will find that in this
    • far enough into our soul, we find we can draw up from its depths a real
    • your souls you will find it all there. Moreover, it will dawn on you
    • find his true self without this capacity for love; for all that he really
    • — remains a closed book for him unless he can find his way into
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    • find this article we think we have made, and start frantically
    • his physical and etheric bodies with his Ego and astral body, he finds
    • Now the soul that sinks down in this way may find it very difficult
    • anyone who gradually gets accustomed to finding his way among all the
    • nebulium. Thinking itself becomes nebulous here, for we find nebulium
    • finding I establish in my laboratory is valid in the far
    • have to journey further and further away from the Earth; and to find
    • Or we find
    • waking life, can find expression only under the constraint of the
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    • to the human head, we find its substance derived entirely from the physical
    • to the human head, however, we find for the first time that something of
    • finds himself in a dream-world which is so completely disorganised.
    • a walk; I am horrified to find I have nothing on; I cannot put my
    • find the way to unite these three worlds. To-day, a man in his dreams
    • finds himself faced by these three worlds — it was not so to
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    • overcome with shame at finding himself without clothes in a
    • example, they find pleasure in doing something or other, but they are
    • and looking through it we find the Earth united with the Moon, and
    • further and further back, we find no epoch in cosmic evolution when man
    • with man emerging only after that. We find man in a different form
    • in the world will find it everywhere, though in a great variety of
    • so in the same way through Imaginative cognition we find the
    • Penmaenmawr we find that the particular configuration of the Earth,
    • in Penmaenmawr we find that this soul-element in the atmosphere is
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    • light ceases and one finds oneself in darkness. But that is not the
    • deeply into Swedenborg's personality, we find that he “lost
    • around us on the Earth, we find it permeated with the activity of
    • in my lecture-cycles you find things appearing in a different order
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    • nature. Humanity must find its way again into the true realm of art.
    • should be finding our way over to two dimensions, we say: “Yes,
    • that is one-dimensional, the world we find through Inspiration; as
    • nature of the experience is disclosed, and we find it is gone through
    • find the way back to our previous earthly life. This enables a man to
    • which means finding the necessary strength for eternal life, for this
    • will find the way only if he makes the journey under the leadership
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    • that a later experience always follows an earlier one and we find
    • and Life-Spirit. By so doing we find our direction reversed, and so
    • find words to express what really happens. If we turn to the old
    • have to-day, and its dreamlike clairvoyance, we find there a
    • find ringing out such wonderful words as “the wheel of
    • in this way are we enabled to find our way about in the language
    • man has lived through find a place, so in the completion of these
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    • them. Hence we find that anything a man makes on Earth, as the
    • Thus we find the brilliantly flashing thoughts permeated by all sorts
    • from everything binding us to the Earth. Then we can find our way
    • say: As a man grows accustomed to life in the soul-world, he finds
    • On entering the realm of the spiritual Sun we find the Sun to be no
    • we compare them with earthly periods of time, we find that
    • find his way from the realm of the Moon to that of the Sun, however, a
    • there. And before a man is ripe for existence on Earth, he can find
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    • you will find described from another point of view. He is
    • Then we find that a man goes through the Moon period in a third of
    • given to sleep in later life, we find that a man needs approximately
    • worlds, we find him going through three cycles. He does not reach
    • also seen how a man finds himself in the company of other spiritual
    • looks back to a phase in earthly evolution you will find described in
    • to find the innermost impulse in the spiritual world above, is connected
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    • their dwelling, and he finds that the stars then become for him the
    • it learns to speak. First, when the child finds its bearings in
    • medical lecture given during our days here. We find that plant
    • we find that the lower potencies have a different effect upon plant
    • nature, also, to find in a quite exact, scientific way its rhythmical
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    • On looking back into the past evolution of the world, we find how, in
    • this evolution of world and of man we find that at a certain definite time
    • find at all agreeable. This decrease of the astral body is connected
    • other the saving forces of Christ, can find his way to freedom.
    • who were becoming learned and wise, if humanity was to find
    • investigation. Men must therefore find courage not only to speak
    • speak fundamentally: we must find our way again to Christ. Christ
    • however, this serves somewhat to hinder men from seeing the findings
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    • this, that we always find the reason in the course of our present
    • when we hold fast to karma. And this we find in what occurs in our
    • environment. We find it, for example, when any one does the opposite
    • wills that we find this quality of obstinacy. On the other hand, when
    • ailment, and, just as I arrive, I find that I have left at home one
    • and inner harmony. And, if any one in our Society does not yet find
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    • find in Rudolf Steiner's lectures an the fundamentals for a
    • needs, then I will find myself in a free relationship to
    • good will and increasing desperation is spent on finding
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    • forms. The reader will find a stimulation to inner activity and a
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    • always find ourselves in an odd position when we talk about
    • second school be established. To find suitable, really
    • any combination of pure reasoning to find matter in the realm
    • certainly finds interesting things. When we look into the
    • human being and find all those inwardly pleasant experiences
    • man. We find matter not in the external world, we find it in
    • ourselves. We find it precisely through one-sided mysticism.
    • being, for there I will find the spirit.”
    • belief that it is possible to find traces of matter in the
    • to find the spirit.
    • You find today
    • — one finds that these parties exist in the external
    • Down here, for instance, you find the parties (orange). On
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    • as so many are inclined to do, one finds that only beings
    • you will find that one cannot remain on the physical plane if one
    • their super-sensible beings, we find that the former are able
    • history, the more we find that men instinctively interpreted
    • find themselves in with respect to their spiritual
    • at abstraction and must find its way out of it. We are deeply
    • one can think those thoughts and no longer finds them absurd
    • written, one would find among a large number of them the
    • find what it is that can truly bring about progress for us in
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    • ourselves we find a sense that inwardly reveals to us whether
    • world. People find this very comforting, especially among
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    • view people of the future will find it difficult to grasp how
    • they find expression in full earnestness. It is difficult for
    • freedom includes, what condition the human soul finds itself
    • find so difficult. Why is that?
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    • because people will find that it proceeds from an inadequate
    • individuals. Among those who will not find their way to
    • called that by man only because he finds it useful in life.
    • passage by Jerusalem we find, "The evaluation, which is
    • from the concepts of healthy and pathological and then find
    • far that we find truth only in what is useful, wrong only in
    • will always find the language of spiritual science
    • find ourselves at a most important, decisive point. Most
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    • descending deeply into his inner being only finds what is
    • illusion that they can find physical, material realities, not
    • being, they can find, not the world of the material
    • and ego find themselves in that part of the spiritual world
    • exchanges what he has become acquainted with and finds headed
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    • intellectualism such as the one in which we find ourselves,
    • actually find? The form taken by the thoughts of most people
    • St. Petersburg paper, for instance, you do not find what
    • anything about Fichte. You may take everything you find on
    • denying matter. You find the most extreme Western exponent of
    • the Eastern qualities came especially to the fore, we find
    • originates. We find that Oriental thinking has basically
    • find its true expression, as we have outlined, until the
    • Fichte. There, we find the nuance of human soul life which,
    • history. In libraries, one generally finds the pages of his
    • Do familiarize yourselves with his work and you will find
    • also find the material from which the state, the rights
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    • spiritualist scorns, because he finds matter to be of such a
    • materialistic, physical world-view finds nitrogen and oxygen
    • to Central Europe, we find that the European, provided that
    • appears in Neo-Scholasticism, I find a much more developed
    • You find in
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    • environment in which he happened to find himself. Thus, one
    • a person finds himself who studies Hegel's
    • It is only through spiritual science that one finds words to
    • actually means finding oneself dwelling in a multitude of
    • the life of the spirit? You can find such thoughts in a
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    • constitutes earthly matter. We do not find earthly matter in
    • contemplate our senses, we find that forces dwell in them
    • say that it is especially painful when one finds that
    • accordance with the explanations that you find in my books
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    • mystic strives. He does not find it because it can only be
    • forces that hold the world together. We find in ourselves the
    • find their balance? The centripetal forces work principally
    • especially those devoted to Western science. You find
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    • when we look across to the Orient, we find that the life of
    • its greatest, we find that this soul life is most eminently
    • involved here. Thus, we find in the Orient an instinctive
    • find the concepts primitive; it as though one had just begun
    • at it from the Darwinian standpoint — we find the
    • in general. Now, Huxley finds two natural forces that are at
    • find their external expression in the plant forms. Thus we
    • find the animal kingdom within man. Outwardly, in his
    • surroundings, we find the economic life.
    • represents by virtue of his astral body, we find the plant
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    • Instead, you will find that the purpose of human evolution
    • environment, we are unable to find anything that could be
    • find that in the activity of the ego he is dealing with a
    • our culture, we find its most conscious component parts to be
    • being represents today, in the direction of nature, we find
    • at it in this way, we find, as it were, what man contributes
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    • spiritual life of Europe and its American extension, he finds
    • mind and one finds that what otherwise might be protracted
    • find its source in the creative human being and which, in
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    • what is present in it, we actually find — indeed, we may
    • find any inclination today to investigate these great signs
    • find that radical socialists enthusiastically uphold
    • “Well, can a person still find joy in his
    • science and to discover the basis from which one can find
    • indicated just now, we find that, insofar as it referred to
    • what is trying to reveal itself within. Then, he will find
    • external world evolution itself, for there you can find the
    • the world find even talk of initiation science unpleasant.
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    • manner of thinking. No attempt is made to find one's way into
    • ones into the field of social life, will find that I am
    • way, human beings repel what is supposed to find its way out
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    • long absence and the nature of the time in which we find
    • — you will find a great similarity. You will find the
    • find the opportunity in the next few days to point to a
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    • soul. One finds believers by making concessions to their
    • human faith. In no other way would one find this access to
    • are injected into it, we find little inclination and few
    • would have to ask yourself: Well, how is it that I now find
    • be proclaimed as a mere theory, if this view finds its way
    • science. The abstract guidelines that you normally find in
    • psychology — you find all kinds of theories on how the
    • child quite differently. We find that there are two stages in
    • here, one finds that during this time the human being
    • find that spiritual forces are the basis of the world. We
    • up all of this in the future. Then, humanity will find it
    • You will find
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    • in the standard history books to find that the fundamental
    • you will find no such coherent pattern of events when you
    • event of Avignon you find a complex of acts and decisions
    • presented today you can, of course, find in the past of every
    • to find the common characteristic of all these things, of all
    • it remains sterile because it finds no external support and
    • Erfindungen und Entdeckungen, Berlin, October
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    • therefore at first to find social embodiment and this leads
    • to untold confusion. It cannot find any external social
    • remains uncomprehended and cannot find any means of
    • his death. I have been unable to find it and do not think I
    • shall ever be able to find it, for it is probably not to be
    • find a body ... and that only externally a body offered
    • itself, a body which for its part could not find a soul, i.e.
    • in effect finds itself in a most unhappy position which for
    • was losing his former centre of gravity ... and must find a
    • find its way into modern historical evolution! Differentiated
    • darker face of history, find a ready audience. But even
    • move eastwards, the more we find that the national element is
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    • findings. Experiments have been undertaken even in the fields
    • must find joy in work, saying to oneself: the external
    • authorities, you will find everything which pervades Russian
    • consequently finds wide public support — but it is not
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    • struggling to find a place in the historical evolution of
    • you will find
    • aims at enhancing understanding for others. You will find
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    • how, you will find in my book Occult Science. They first
    • from what we find in human tendencies today. For we shall
    • in the daimonic promptings which find their way from the
    • the spirit. He who finds a verbal similarity between the
    • do at the present moment; they will find in language an
    • tendencies. And because men find it so difficult to make this
    • would find myself in a very strange situation. Let me
    • science, and this is by no means easy! One finds today
    • unpleasant prospect! But people find this prospect
    • unpalatable, most unpalatable! But if people find this
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    • might find superfluous, but which I am anxious to discuss
    • doubts finds his powers emasculated. In a world that is an
    • enigma to him he can find no goal for his creative energies.’
    • I was concerned to show how freedom must find expression in
    • to find my contemporaries in any way receptive to its
    • ideas of freedom might find a certain public. This hope was
    • underlying them finds an echo in men's hearts.
    • to find out how unjust criticism on the part of others
    • trouble, you will find that everything I wrote for the
    • find in the Theosophical Society a platform for what I had to
    • you to find an unbroken line of continuity between the
    • way justified. And if one can find a conception of the world
    • the sensible world such as one finds in modern positivism.
    • will find their way to the hearts and souls of mankind today,
    • evolution finds little response in the hearts and souls of
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    • reasons for this choice, reasons which I find difficult to
    • in Graz. These supply teachers are anxious to find a permanent
    • striking incident and one could find countless others of its
    • yard-stick of external events will scarcely find causes, even
    • that peculiar civic consciousness one finds in Switzerland?
    • true-born German-Austrian. In some it finds expression in one
    • interest, I did not find anything which really interested me
    • They find themselves driven towards the cultural life which
    • phenomenon we find that Goetheanism is a crystallization of
    • over recent decades and you will find that Kant is quoted
    • only find consolation for these horrors by reading the
    • Anthroposophy the world will not find a way out of the
    • find scope for expression, perhaps under another name and in
    • grounded in Goetheanism will assuredly find his way to
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    • symptoms in external history; you will find, if you bear in
    • One cannot find
    • poverty, and, if it should find favour in the eyes of His
    • Church. We shall find in effect that fundamentally this
    • Christ and finds expression in Solovieff
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    • the divine, still sought to find a relation between the
    • divinespiritual. In Arianism we find in a somewhat more
    • abstract form the same impulse that we find in the Christ
    • costs the Celtic element wherever they find it, or imagine
    • — could never really find any common ground with
    • one with himself he finds the Christ impulse — for this
    • answer to the question, how do I find the Christ? replied:
    • a question of finding a rational justification for the
    • to find a rational justification for the Christ impulse. A true
    • of the Christ, would find a rational approach to the Christ
    • rational point of view in order to find a justification for
    • the existence of a God, he finds it natural therefore to
    • these five propositions one finds the most one can know when
    • you look for this Grail atmosphere you will find it
    • at work in modern mankind, an element which finds powerful
    • the subconscious, the desire to find the right social
    • inward and finds only a caput mortuum, a spiritual void, an
    • find ourselves. People have not understood this situation,
    • America. We shall not find a way out of the present
    • what I have said you will find that, at the present time,
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    • as Man. Within the social order, he wants to find himself as
    • money as possible should find its way into the country for
    • No matter in what form the feeling finds expression, in
    • characterized. We find this thought expressed in the idea of
    • Lujo Brentano — if he does not find it convenient to
    • beneath him the void of the abyss. He must find within
    • catch-words and slogans this finds expression. They set up
    • conception of life — was published, we find in it the
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    • a new and different conception of wherein the finding of
    • different way. Only then shall we be able to find fruitful
    • kind of philosophy do we find among the Intelligentsia of the
    • finds expression in a “Natural Law” is nothing
    • you would not get very far, you would find it appallingly
    • find the transition from the mere tangle of logical ideas,
    • find it in his books. And he then makes a peculiar remark; he
    • certain point of view. You will find these seven principles
    • authority. It was a question of finding a way to them; not of
    • finding the way to them by all manner of sly devices, but out
    • man may rear himself up against it, in order that he may find
    • must be sought for in the spirit; we must find, above all,
    • people will realize this necessity, to find the logic of
    • must therefore find an economic science, a social science, a
    • must find the best possible answer to the question:
    • to do so if we do not find the way to reverse it. For here
    • this: It must be the very aim of our investigations to find
    • admitted, my dear friends, that we find little understanding
    • we find salvation in the social question, and I emphasized
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    • on our spiritual-scientific basis — to find in the work
    • is the very opposite of what we find in the English-speaking
    • must find at the same time the possibility to transcend it.
    • possibility to find, in your own view of things, the
    • is predominant.” Thus what you find as the ideal of the
    • rooted in all the worlds. We shall find in this three-folding
    • one side or to find favor with the other side in any way. Let
    • frightfully hard for him to find his bearings, for he is
    • there that we find the origin of muscular culture in the
    • Indeed, all that I am saying — you will find its
    • find unpleasant, for as a result of certain prejudice men do
    • find it dreadfully unpleasant to be seen through. We may
    • you will find: — the working of Protestantism in
    • Eastern Europe, you will find it permeated, tinged through
    • our time. Where else do we find people speaking out of the
    • real foundations? Where do we find them speaking on the
    • find the real connections, from the highest realms down to
    • the books of today will you find such a truth as I have just
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    • anthroposophical Spiritual Science, will find this Spiritual
    • closely we shall find that it is so. But the time is long
    • difference will scarcely find his way into the fundamental
    • pine and die away and find no nourishment if it had to
    • These new Spirits of Darkness find an opportunity to realize
    • Even when we study keen thinkers like Plato, we find that
    • battle out victoriously. But people find it inconvenient;
    • would find that their “clear and enlightened
    • longer the way for man to find his further evolution in the
    • look into the human organism and we find the Rhythm. For all
    • building — you will not find a single one. Nowhere will
    • you find one. The attempt has been made to create —
    • anthroposophically oriented Spiritual Science finds its
    • just in anthroposophical Spiritual Science that we find the
    • certain habits of thought and feeling to the Old. They find
    • understanding. People find Spiritual Science inconvenient.
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    • we find that men possessed in an old instinctive way an
    • endeavor to show what ways the human soul must take to find
    • this treatment of the human soul to find the paths into the
    • the spiritual world to find the necessary impulse, and also
    • will arise when men are able to find as little as possible in
    • own forces, and you will find that the God is speaking and
    • also find the God in the great Universe, and — which is
    • himself within to find himself, and as he does so, recognize
    • figuratively) so that he may then find his way to the Divine
    • men know, over the whole Earth, how to find themselves in
    • after all, perhaps we may find something rather hard for
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    • find that this moment occurs at a certain age — more
    • knowledge that one finds, as the saying is,
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    • shall find that the most valuable of those ideas originated
    • back to that ancient time we find that people in the course
    • easy-going, not rack it. Either way he no longer finds
    • manufacturer would find it strange if told that science of
    • on the first page one finds the newspaper article reproduced,
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    • imagine vividly what I shall now describe, you will find it
    • for it contains much of interest. You will find
    • number of Die Tat you will find an article entitled
    • seeks the Christ and does not find Him, because that is
    • Golgotha. Drews fails to find Christ because he remains at
    • find a general God but not Christ. It is an outlook that is
    • really an illness, the inability to find Christ a misfortune,
    • not to be able to find the spirit a soul blindness. Drews
    • world. We can find our connection with spirituality only
    • — that one finds any understanding for the fact that
    • or any other European language, people would find it deadly
    • put an end to this evil. He therefore finds it necessary to
    • expect to find something very deep.
    • everybody else's science is pseudo-science. You will find
    • you can find anything of what is here maintained. But who
    • for that very reason could not find, when observing life
    • one. And the possibility to find the Christ again will elude
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    • scientist finds it acceptable not only to speak about but to
    • interesting that Benedikt himself finds it necessary to
    • you will find more about the significance of
    • especially in regard to water. To find water becomes
    • further in order to find the measure by which to evaluate
    • find anywhere in my writings the expression “cell
    • where we find:
    • Dessoir finds,
    • with smell. Dessoir finds it necessary to alter it to:
    • teachers.” I have not been able to find to what that
    • childhood. You will find descriptions of this in certain
    • that a man finds disciples — a few people who follow
    • self-knowledge, that the very fact of his finding disciples
    • with the disciples, and find in the teacher the fitting
    • allegorically and blames me as he finds it particularly
    • pictures, and he finds it contradictory that it depicts
    • you will find this note: “Compare Rudolf Steiner's
    • aware that of course no one will find anything wrong with
    • find that I proceed with the greatest caution when I explain
    • finds particularly objectionable; yet I would like to draw
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    • matter how enigmatic, to which he did not try to find a
    • formulate and elaborate concepts that have content. We find
    • that everywhere in Aristotle one finds a distinct flaring up
    • science. Yet in order to find answers to the questions facing
    • the human soul is connected. If one does not find that path
    • — and Franz Brentano could not find it — then one
    • these premises Brentano did his utmost to find solutions to
    • Brentano, a struggle lasting for decades, to find answers to
    • same result — nowhere will you find him giving any
    • philosopher will you find such Aristotelean sagacity and at
    • including philosophers, who have in our time tried to find
    • But you will find their answers, especially those given by
    • will you find within the whole range of modern philosophical
    • the good is. What you will find is confusion aplenty, albeit
    • than beauty; what one person finds beautiful another does
    • and ether bodies, and find its reflection in the I and astral
    • could find was the meager answer he termed “the
    • Christ find entry into human souls in the form presented by
    • aspects of cultural life, to find true concepts,
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    • I find that I am always the same. However, this statement is
    • actually find it there, must recognize that it is blotted out
    • realize that it is by no means easy to find the kind of ideas
    • to find adequate words. The drawback of the merely
    • our I is not at all identical with the one we find
    • written: “To find yourself, seek in the world; to find
    • find oneself; i.e., in order to provide one's thought life
    • eating dead animals they happen to find, nor do they suffer
    • soon find one is on the right path. Unfortunately, because
    • connections of a cruder nature, find it so extraordinarily
    • course, not find it so remarkable that two people who used to
    • he is in his present incarnation, one does not find the will
    • on. In other words, all that one finds in place of the will
    • Nowhere can one find the will in man today. But why? Because
    • aspect of life. Even the most worthwhile people do not find
    • Today one finds
    • Brentano should be unable to find the way, had I not
    • to find a valid one; he stumbles, with serious consequence.
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    • merely want to brood within themselves will find in life only
    • in life must be spiritually explained. Many find it extremely
    • what circumstances would one find him? First of all, the 27th
    • find that everything fits. He was born in 1863, was orphaned
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    • dwell in his soul will find that they speak to him. If at
    • of what was becoming. You will find more about this in my
    • In nature all around us we find
    • You will find
    • will find that I am not imagining things and you will find
    • You will find that Nietzsche wrote an interesting passage on
    • Germans. You will find artisans, thinkers, priests, masters
    • will find, but no human beings ...
    • natural phenomena of themselves reveal. If one is to find
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    • flowing below the surface of things. We find to-day that the
    • Barbarossa we find a great initiate. We are told of his journeys to
    • condition. We find the first traces of a combining intellect in
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    • In England we may still find them at the time of Queen Elizabeth.
    • initiate for a dwelling. This we may find in all the Mysteries. Even
    • North. Here, too, we find four stages of evolution; the last one is
    • In this myth we find that all the conditions of initiation are
    • finds its satisfaction within itself. Alberich must renounce this
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    • penetrate into Richard Wagner's work, the more we shall find in it
    • of Parsifal. In him we find the same theme, created out of the deepest
    • This is a legend which we can find everywhere in Europe, and it
    • legend we shall find that it is, to begin with, the
    • development of these influences we shall find the semitic
    • and then you will find in it something of what lived in Wagner. Many
    • follows: In Asia, in the Hindoo race, we may find something of the
    • is reached by the Brahmins. Then we may find in the North a more
    • be overcome. We find this redemption also in “Tristan and
    • Herodias, the mother of Ahasver. The force which cannot find peace
    • same problem, for in this work we find that a virgin is willing to
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    • higher perceptive consciousness, we find an exactly similar
    • terminations I have mentioned. Here we find by no means so
    • world. It is not unusual to find people speaking in this way,
    • from other travellers in that country. I find much that is
    • finds a hidden murderer concealed within him, and saves
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    • necessary to carry out the work. We find that to accomplish
    • we find that Europe and America produce significantly more
    • find much of the content of our Spiritual Sciences
    • find, when you see the figure at Dornach, that it is
    • finds only limited expression in the physical, the left eye
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    • creations, for in them one could find a true indication of
    • literature, will find that indications of such thins are
    • within them, only to find an inner murderer of their
    • would find this Goethean spiritual life cared for in the most
    • knowledge of it. What is just the point: man must find the
    • will be impossible to find a sound way of ordering earthly
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    • but not all, are well-intentioned), we find over and over
    • official records of Freemasonry, it is remarkable to find the
    • find that the third ends about the seventh or eighth century
    • although men can no longer find it now. A deeply significant
    • find that in the tenth century all spiritual vision had more
    • Nazareth”. It is less surprising to find this view
    • remain outside, who have also the right to find the way to
    • and he will find Him within. He must unite himself with his
    • inner divine self, then he will find Him”. People are
    • world in which we live, we find the
    • spiritual world, even as here below we find a richly-membered
    • everyone can find Him.” But it does not matter what men
    • really to be found in the spiritual. What do those find who
    • word the most learned dictionary-makers can find no origin;
    • only there can we find the “meta-organism!” which
    • find unwillingness to penetrate directly into the spirit; but
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    • are confirmed by Spiritual-Scientific knowledge, but we find
    • if he would find the right connectiona with the Christ. One
    • precisely the task of the present time, to find the way for
    • need of our time is to find a way of touching the nerve
    • find its onn way to the spiritual world. This must be
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    • Sentient-soul, we find in human consciousness a decided sense
    • intrigues of the Church, strove to accomplish, will find that
    • if he is to be understood. In his personality we find many
    • centuries between the eighth and 15th one finds always the
    • completely. It is what we find in the modern socialistic
    • we shall find it remarkable cooperation between Americanism
    • we find hatred for it, although expressed in different words
    • the spirit. However find they may be, they become abortions.
    • modern socialistic publications one finds — if certain
    • you'll find the same thoughts. One is the development of the
    • the British people, as Britons, find their union with the
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    • time, we shall find that of all the limiting and hindering
    • Where shall we find the “enduring”? Where is the
    • living element. We find nothing else described by modern
    • find, and with which He indicted Himself. Christ, unlike the
    • found in this sphere. It really is a paradox to find that the
    • the spiritual, lie all the necessary seeds for finding the
    • to look back into the past, finding and
    • of Christ-Jesus we can find a solution of many, many
    • practical, not merely theoretical; he will find himself in a
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    • 8th–9th century, and you will find a new light falling upon
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    • with the object of finding anything sensational in the successive
    • of the 19th century we find souls who had become dependent already in
    • find that his working was such that an Initiate stood behind him. The
    • you will find it so. He is a German and a Protestant, but with his
    • age we generally find a very firm and robust connection of the
    • find a soul living in Italy, to a large extent at Ravenna, at the
    • murdered. That is what we find to begin with.
    • earthly human beings finding their way upward and working on from
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    • present at the lectures before Easter may find some repetitions but
    • history we find a personality who is a kind of slave overseer in
    • We find, then, a
    • whole matter further, we find that the members of this rather
    • immediately find our bearings. We are led, first, to the 6th
    • works upon it in the manner of an artist; and at length one finds
    • belongs. And moreover we find a personality who lived in Italy, who
    • century, and can find there no explanation of this. And so we are
    • Middle Ages. We find the former Tacitus now as an observer of
    • academic style; he finds his way into an academic style of writing.
    • everything he could find of the author's writings — this
    • in which Herman Grimm encounters Emerson, we can find again the
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    • whole of man's nature, enabling him to find his bearings in
    • sense-observation, striving to find expression in poetry, in
    • in the early Middle Ages we find Basilius Valentinus, a Benedictine
    • one attempts to find the thread connecting what comes first with what
    • things of earth. Everywhere we find Plato affirming that over against
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    • relationships of existence. A man who finds everything comprehensible
    • causes. But to find everything in the world comprehensible is a sign
    • impulses of soul in a subsequent life on earth, find their balance
    • destiny. We need not go very far back in time to find that blows of
    • man in the past, we find on the one side that his gaze and
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    • you will find that it is one which leads still more directly into
    • himself! For what do we find when someone begins to enter more deeply
    • farther, and tries to find what it is that has taken the place of
    • points. But we can never understand how to find our way intelligently
    • we meet a man in real life. Then, in order to find karmic
    • recall some intimate previous experience, for we may find that we
    • it exists in ordinary consciousness, you find it related only to the
    • and legs any more, but find in the activity of arms and legs the
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    • see how much you will find lacking, how much you failed to observe,
    • mention — if you do not disdain to do this, then you will find
    • slip into your body after these two days — that you find this
    • picture slightly changed, slightly transformed. You find it again ...
    • precisely on waking the third day you find it again within you. It
    • you will find that the will begins to transform itself. This will
    • always finds, of course, that people are pleased when such things are
    • with, one must find one's way into these things, one must
    • the questions find their own answer in a much surer way. One must
    • belongs, from an earlier incarnation, to a later one, will find its
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    • happens to find himself in these circumstances considers it much too
    • always find confirmation of how the forces of the soul and spirit
    • physiognomy, indeed, in the proportions of the trunk, we find the
    • should find a place in the education of growing children as well as
    • circulation, we find fluidity. In the breath, the
    • over into movements, we find the fiery. The material elements
    • interesting to find that in the study of the human being we have
    • Lecture-Courses can indeed find for himself.
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    • make of Goethe's Faust? You would open the book and find
    • penetrating, full of warmth and vigour. It does one good to find this
    • find out or describe about him while he was alive.
    • find their bearings in the sphere of the Moon Beings. Something
    • journey when we come back once more into the Moon sphere we find
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    • to find any kind of balance there for the moral impulses issuing from
    • things living within the soul will in some way find fulfilment can
    • realm of the sun finds fulfilment and expression according to its
    • hardened evil-doer, therefore, you will find that very soon after his
    • region. There he finds the evil he left behind and he must receive it
    • live through the pain he felt. This experience too I find again on my
    • I find again as I return, has not passed through the Sun-existence. I
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    • life, we find what is characteristic of the animal kingdom especially
    • the last portion of life, the years that lead into old age, we find
    • observe the human being between the ages of 28 and 49, we find that
    • beings living in our time and sharing in its culture, we should find
    • reaches his 28th year and must begin to find a relation to the still
    • higher Hierarchy, the First Hierarchy, he must find this relation
    • art, you will find abundant proof of what I am saying. But what I
    • support from outside because they cannot find what brings them into
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    • phase and if we can find our bearings in the sphere of Inspiration,
    • early years after the Mohammedan campaigns we find this personality
    • — we find that the fruits of his studies in Northern Africa,
    • will find evidence of great wisdom spread out as it were over
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    • return into the body, we find an Archangelos. This Archangel is of
    • year, but we do not find the Archangel when we are looking back only
    • All this we find
    • we return again into the body. And then we find that in very truth
    • Mystery Plays. Throughout the Plays you will find scenes that have
    • us, feelings which alone can enable us to find our rightful place in
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    • find description after description of events and phenomena which are
    • probably find it highly sensational! Actually, however, it would
    • to find the transition from the studies hitherto pursued, to what can
    • man as he wakes. When we observe him at the time of waking we find
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    • moral sense, as destiny. And to-day we must find an answer to the
    • mind's eye scan the face of the earth, we find certain areas of
    • the earth literally covered with volcanoes. We find that other parts
    • remarkable results. We find the following: Up above in the spiritual
    • We even find that during this life between death and a new birth when
    • a thought which finds little enough understanding in our souls on
    • order to find in the path of disaster the path to perfection. Clear
    • forces that are in a corpse. But in a corpse we do not find the
    • fruits and bear them out into the cosmos in order that they may find
    • this knowledge can find its way into the hearts and souls of those
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    • Europe and from one point of view it is amazing to find what little
    • How do they find their place in the destinies of men? As I said
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    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
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    • buying a book which they might find mystifying and confusing,
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    • conditions modern man finds all around him. Healing will
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    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • to find a starting point for trying to get a grip on modern
    • In raising such questions he wishes to find the answer in his
    • finds only the reflections, the mirror-images, of outer life
    • man will be able to find his bearings regarding what actually
    • life; above all we shall not be able to find the balance
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    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • spoke of how we find within the human being a kind of source
    • as one can find in my
    • the gradual growth of the limbs, we find that we must look
    • You find in him an attitude of
    • similar things. One must only find the right form for these
    • things, a form that would enable them to find their way into
    • its chaos, moral impulses can find their way, then we have
    • into the world. Hence we find that even with the toned-down
    • however, find the Father God with the intellect, as I have
    • the sun, we find it is all quite different. Already in
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    • find the following. When we are able to experience the
    • which we find ourselves between going to sleep and awaking.
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    • the animal world, we find in the animal world a consciousness
    • descend to the plant world we find there not the same sort of
    • the mineral consciousness is weaving. We would find
    • that we find on awaking between the etheric body and the
    • us between our etheric and physical bodies, which we can find
    • spiritual world, this we find only as a fragment, as
    • upward we find what we then have subjectively in Imagination.
    • spiritual world we find a weaving of picture-thoughts.
    • world, you find, in fact, the content of your soul. It is the
    • place, our soul, permeated with the I, also finds the
    • we go still deeper, we find what is deeper than sleep; if we
    • go upward we first find Imagination as reality fulfilled.
    • descends and finds the animal's dreaming consciousness; it
    • descends further and finds the plant's sleeping
    • consciousness; it descends further and finds the mineral's
    • the human being rises above himself and finds the beings who
    • finds the beings who reveal themselves in Inspirations,
    • finally finds the beings who reveal themselves through
    • the other side you would find, raying in from the opposite
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    • civilization producing the terrible conditions modern humanity finds
    • thought is only weaving with it. We find it, as it were, in
    • first finds this outer evolution, begun on Saturn, expressed
    • objectively, therefore, we find what is otherwise in us
    • subjectively as soul life. We find it objectified. We find
    • that we are able to consider it objectively. We find,
    • kind of self-knowledge, one actually finds in this mood
    • mathematical, geometrical way, we find that we can think out
    • soul life along these lines, and everywhere it would find
    • one finds proclaimed in that inner being something that
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    • would be unable to