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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • form, a transformation, through Judaism and Christianity? This
    • form a right conception of the historical evolution of mankind during
    • way that it can fall a prey to Ahriman when he appears in human form
    • in our sense — as once Lucifer appeared in human form in China, as
    • once Christ appeared in human form in Asia Minor. It is of no avail to
    • in human form and the only question is, how he will find humanity
    • cannot give it to them in an unvarnished form because they would
    • possible following when he appears in human form on earth. This
    • understood and calculated by mathematical formulae. This indeed is
    • illusions are necessary because mankind goes through varied forms of education
    • Now, in order that his incarnation may take the most profitable form,
    • Reformation and the Renaissance, the economist has been emerging in
    • right up to the Reformation and the Renaissance. Since that time the
    • one relies merely on the Gospel, especially in the form in which it
    • of real spiritual knowledge, form the beginning of a flock for Ahriman
    • the call to humanity: “Free yourselves from all these things that form
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • form, a transformation, through Judaism and Christianity? This
    • form a right conception of the historical evolution of mankind during
    • way that it can fall a prey to Ahriman when he appears in human form
    • in our sense — as once Lucifer appeared in human form in China, as
    • once Christ appeared in human form in Asia Minor. It is of no avail to
    • in human form and the only question is, how he will find humanity
    • cannot give it to them in an unvarnished form because they would
    • possible following when he appears in human form on earth. This
    • understood and calculated by mathematical formulae. This indeed is
    • illusions are necessary because mankind goes through varied forms of education
    • Now, in order that his incarnation may take the most profitable form,
    • Reformation and the Renaissance, the economist has been emerging in
    • right up to the Reformation and the Renaissance. Since that time the
    • one relies merely on the Gospel, especially in the form in which it
    • of real spiritual knowledge, form the beginning of a flock for Ahriman
    • the call to humanity: “Free yourselves from all these things that form
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • in the form of ‘anthroposophical history’ in the
    • something that Man formed out of himself as his most primal ability;
    • just ‘A’, the letters conformed to outer convention, to the prosaic
    • Testament words: ‘And God formed Man ... and breathed into nostrils
    • the inner experience, the inner feeling, the inner formation of
    • waking state. It remains unconscious and essentially forms the actual
    • are cosmic music, they are consonants. And the forming of consonants
    • formations of the Zodiac, whereas the formation of vowels within the
    • reflections of the formative forces of the cosmos, build up the speech
    • organs. The more interior speech organs are so formed out of Man's
    • contributes to the form of the physical body, are built up in such a
    • the formative forces taken up into the physical body, and also into
    • do with formative activity.) Thus when we speak, we bring to
    • letters of the alphabet are actually formed as images of what lives in
    • forming of vowels within the planetary spheres is expressed, but also
    • formed of all that is said by the planetary spheres and this echo is
    • Everything that is formed as inward sound, in the most manifold way,
    • the form of an axiomatic truth or as part of an axiomatic truth. Thus
    • today learns geometry and as he proceeds begins to experience forms as
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • in the form of ‘anthroposophical history’ in the
    • something that Man formed out of himself as his most primal ability;
    • just ‘A’, the letters conformed to outer convention, to the prosaic
    • Testament words: ‘And God formed Man ... and breathed into nostrils
    • the inner experience, the inner feeling, the inner formation of
    • waking state. It remains unconscious and essentially forms the actual
    • are cosmic music, they are consonants. And the forming of consonants
    • formations of the Zodiac, whereas the formation of vowels within the
    • reflections of the formative forces of the cosmos, build up the speech
    • organs. The more interior speech organs are so formed out of Man's
    • contributes to the form of the physical body, are built up in such a
    • the formative forces taken up into the physical body, and also into
    • do with formative activity.) Thus when we speak, we bring to
    • letters of the alphabet are actually formed as images of what lives in
    • forming of vowels within the planetary spheres is expressed, but also
    • formed of all that is said by the planetary spheres and this echo is
    • Everything that is formed as inward sound, in the most manifold way,
    • the form of an axiomatic truth or as part of an axiomatic truth. Thus
    • today learns geometry and as he proceeds begins to experience forms as
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • has to undergo a transformation that enables him to look into the
    • to them and forms mental images about them. As a rule he does nothing
    • We must choose mental images which we ourselves can form for ourselves
    • training our souls in conformity with the natural scientific approach,
    • blossoms develop, and how the fruit forms, producing new seed. We
    • — the baptism in the Jordan — when Jesus was transformed.
    • world. Human souls on earth have been transformed by the Mystery of
    • in a new form because it has understood the depth, truth and
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • has to undergo a transformation that enables him to look into the
    • to them and forms mental images about them. As a rule he does nothing
    • We must choose mental images which we ourselves can form for ourselves
    • training our souls in conformity with the natural scientific approach,
    • blossoms develop, and how the fruit forms, producing new seed. We
    • — the baptism in the Jordan — when Jesus was transformed.
    • world. Human souls on earth have been transformed by the Mystery of
    • in a new form because it has understood the depth, truth and
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • anthroposophists, something is formed here which can be perceived by
    • show you the transformation which can take place for the whole of
    • while the former is approaching Anthroposophy! How often we come
    • across this! It may indeed take on this form in the sphere of
    • form of speech, and the deceased can understand anthroposophical
    • spiritual causes of everything which occurs here in the form of
    • are these souls compelled to perform these services? Because they were
    • these experiences, we do indeed form the same karma, but we create
    • truths, because the old form of knowledge no longer exists. The
    • that we must prepare our form in a primal image. This makes the very
    • away; but what is formed there as a primal image which gradually
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • anthroposophists, something is formed here which can be perceived by
    • show you the transformation which can take place for the whole of
    • while the former is approaching Anthroposophy! How often we come
    • across this! It may indeed take on this form in the sphere of
    • form of speech, and the deceased can understand anthroposophical
    • spiritual causes of everything which occurs here in the form of
    • are these souls compelled to perform these services? Because they were
    • these experiences, we do indeed form the same karma, but we create
    • truths, because the old form of knowledge no longer exists. The
    • that we must prepare our form in a primal image. This makes the very
    • away; but what is formed there as a primal image which gradually
  • Title: Contents: The Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • I. The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three
  • 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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    • LECTURE IThe uniform plan of World History.The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.28 December, 1912
    • consciously and united with Christianity in a philosophic form; as in
    • the case of Raphael, Michael Angelo and Leonardo da Vinci, in the form
    • life, and even takes the form of a certain religious opposition in the
    • the soul through which the best that is in it goes forth in the form
    • this material basis, and which takes the most varied forms within it,
    • and thus shows itself outwardly in many different forms. A soul
    • and in so doing it takes on many different forms, and it is in
    • particular the study of these material forms that we find in the
    • original form of this material element as a sort of spiritual primeval
    • find as Form, as yet undifferentiated from the unity of the primal
    • third element that forms itself out of the whole and through which the
    • consists of lower and lower forms of the primeval substance. So that
    • we have the primeval substance, the first form of which is Budhi, and
    • its second form which is Ahamkara. The next form to that is Manas,
    • then comes the form which consists of the organs of the senses; this
    • is followed by the form of the finer elements, and the last form
    • philosophy was formed in a different way. That process was something
    • by clairvoyance as the former then was. The Veda philosophy consisted
    • forms, but it particularly studies the outer forms, which appear as
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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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    • the former standpoint also.
    • Hence the older form of theosophical development (to which we have now
    • great reformer of the Vedantic and other Indian knowledge in the
    • form our Spirit-Man; thus the substance of which the human Spirit-Man
    • this, from which all other forms come forth, was known by the Sankhya
    • philosophy as the highest form of substance; that form of substance
    • flood, from which all forms, both physical and super-physical, have
    • developed. To the man of today this highest form has not come into
    • In the next form which will evolve out of this primeval flowing
    • future stage; but as a super-human spiritual form-principle it has
    • existed, it was the first form differentiated from the primeval
    • super-psychic existence of Budhi arose from the first form of
    • substantial principle, we meet as a third form that which the Sankhya
    • certain individualisation, the form of Ahamkara appears as completely
    • imagine Budhi as organised into independent, real, substantial forms,
    • welling up so that separate forms emerge, but not breaking away as
    • fully formed drops, forms which rise like little mounts of water from
    • have the form of Ahamkara. Through a certain thickening of this
    • Ahamkara, of the already individualised form of each separate
    • soul-form, there then arises what we describe as Manas.
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • in a scientific form, if we describe that which stands at a lower
    • characterised. Such a soul might study all the variations of form of
    • in the changing forms. If a soul in one incarnation confines itself to
    • to give information about the nature of the Godhead, cosmology and the
    • only appears once in a cosmic epoch; if we can form such a conception
    • into a completely different form of life. The phenomena of life and
    • himself with the Divine Eternal if he performs his deeds because they
    • from them. He performs the deeds; but in him there is something which
    • but if we perform them because humanity or the course of the world
    • require them from us, then we perform these deeds regardless as to
    • a man says: “I perform my deeds, but it matters not whether they
    • are performed by me or by another — I look on at them: that which
    • although I may be in a position to know this or that, to form concepts
    • with the world of external forms which in Sankhya philosophy is
    • he has freed himself from all connection with every external form,
    • understand? Does he then more clearly understand the forms of the
    • soul to those external forms? No, he had already grasped that, but he
    • the external world in the multitude of forms, or his connection with
    • these forms, which he now understands when he strips off the three
    • of mankind, and so on; the unity in all forms, that am I,
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture IV: The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul. How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.
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    • day to become great and which is first to be found in invisible form
    • and inner perfection of form.
    • me,” that could not formerly be within it. But in the ages when
    • transforms the Sattva into the Tamas state. By means of it mankind
    • At such times of transition from one form of human experience into
    • formerly possessed by mankind. Now, how is he represented in the
    • as free and independent ego, whereas formerly all that made man an ego
    • been lost. That it is which we meet with in such a grand form in the
    • downwards. Remember what I have said in former lectures, that man is,
    • a transformation of the outer bodily nature of man and of the
    • connected with man's bodily form. It is with these external changes of
    • form that Sankhya philosophy is mostly concerned; in a sense it leaves
    • out. The souls in their multiplicity are simply behind the forms. In
    • or in the Rajas or in the Tamas condition with respect to the forms of
    • the external body.” But this philosopher studies the forms. These
    • forms alter, and one of the most remarkable changes is that which
    • described. We have then an external change of form. The soul itself is
    • concerns itself. The external changes of form are quite sufficient to
    • Krishna. It is the external changes of form which come into
    • Outer changes of form always come into consideration at the time of
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • for instance, although everyone can procure it in printed form, is really a
    • together form one body, so also is it with Christ. For through the
    • changing forms, with that which appertains to Prakriti, we may also
    • depended on man's finding his way out of the changing forms. But
    • from that also which thou formerly accomplished there! Dost thou wish
    • grasp of this formula, down to the words of Goethe: “The senses
    • thought as a Christian, even in that very formula: “The senses do
    • It is rather difficult to form a right conception of this but we must
    • Arisen One could appear in such a densified soul-form as he appeared
    • been made use of formerly as a messenger of the holy mysteries; it
    • form; that we may find the Christ as the Reconciler, Who will lead us
    • to the true form of the divine revelation, so that through Him we may
    • could only be removed by Him. This, transformed into a moral feeling,
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • very considerably from what it used formerly to be. The value of the Bible,
    • to build up their world-conception conformably with their Science. For this
    • acts performed by the Christ, with the way in which this unique Personality
    • Anthroposophy seeks to form a connecting link with what was achieved by such
    • personalities as these. When we look back to the relation which in former
    • only book able to give information about all that transcended the tangible,
    • man himself, transformed. From the standpoint of spiritual science the most
    • position to transform their souls in this way. It requires a highly developed
    • can be undertaken and information as to the events and beings there obtained.
    • form a clear conception of
    • information he has gained in the super-sensible world. That which is known
    • is that first the object is there and then the image is formed within us.
    • into the higher world. He must first be able to transform his conceptual world
    • the well known Rose Cross and in its simplest form, the black cross adorned
    • to explain the meaning. I shall give it in the form of an instruction given
    • these pictures the formation of man from out of the Spirit. And it is
    • came into existence afresh, and then from out of the transformed three-fold
    • its real form. The manner of treating such subjects to-day makes it
    • form in which Christianity was promulgated, from which all its later forms
    • The earliest form of Christianity as it spread abroad is based upon
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    • very considerably from what it used formerly to be. The value of the Bible,
    • to build up their world-conception conformably with their Science. For this
    • acts performed by the Christ, with the way in which this unique Personality
    • Anthroposophy seeks to form a connecting link with what was achieved by such
    • personalities as these. When we look back to the relation which in former
    • only book able to give information about all that transcended the tangible,
    • man himself, transformed. From the standpoint of spiritual science the most
    • position to transform their souls in this way. It requires a highly developed
    • can be undertaken and information as to the events and beings there obtained.
    • form a clear conception of
    • information he has gained in the super-sensible world. That which is known
    • is that first the object is there and then the image is formed within us.
    • into the higher world. He must first be able to transform his conceptual world
    • the well known Rose Cross and in its simplest form, the black cross adorned
    • to explain the meaning. I shall give it in the form of an instruction given
    • these pictures the formation of man from out of the Spirit. And it is
    • came into existence afresh, and then from out of the transformed three-fold
    • its real form. The manner of treating such subjects to-day makes it
    • form in which Christianity was promulgated, from which all its later forms
    • The earliest form of Christianity as it spread abroad is based upon
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  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • It is, of course, acknowledged that the fluid and the aeriform
    • have shown by the example of the cerebral fluid, and the aeriform
    • uniform fluid, but as being differentiated and organized — though
    • ‘fluid man’ and also the ‘aeriform man.’ For
    • only it is gaseous, aeriform, and in motion. And finally, the warmth in us
    • is not a uniform warmth extending over the whole human being, but is also
    • Thirdly, there is the aeriform organism which again cannot be studied
    • Aeriform organism         Astral body
    • aeriform organism which is permeated by the forces of the astral body.
    • the aeriform element all the time. We can really think of the air as
    • becomes an integral part of us. In our aeriform organism we actually
    • process takes place whenever we breathe out. Our aeriform organism
    • and when we breathe out. When we breathe out, the aeriform organism
    • constant interaction between the aeriform organism within us and the
    • degree of difference between the aeriform organism and the solid
    • organism and to ignore the fluid organism, the aeriform organism, and
    • warmth-organism, an aeriform organism, a fluid organism, and an earth
    • disregard this, also the fluid organism, and the aeriform organism.
    • man's aeriform organism.
    • manifest in the aeriform organism. And when we come to the etheric
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  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • organism, an aeriform organism, and a warmth-organism must also be
    • in everything aeriform, the astral body is paramountly active, and in
    • constitution, comprising as it does the fluid organism, the aeriform
    • of the fact that man also has within him a fluid organism, an aeriform
    • aeriform organism — though these are of course fluctuating and
    • moral deeds performed. But this is merely a matter of remembrance, and
    • formulate theoretical ideas a universe dies in them. Thus do we bear
    • nullity through the fact that we formulate theoretical thoughts. But
    • organism through the fluid and aeriform organisms to the
    • nothing but theoretical thinking, and the ideas thus formulated
    • within us in the form of thoughts, of ideas.
    • remained of it are those traditions which in the form in which they
    • Post-Atlantean peoples saw the heavenly bodies as spirit forms, spirit
    • formulating something that is not understood.
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • again, when we are performing deeds, thought is active in us. It is
    • If we review all the thoughts we have formulated, we shall find in
    • element of will which streams through our thoughts when we form
    • and in such a way that you are no longer obliged to formulate each
    • mirror-pictures if we turn to thinking in its purest form — in
    • formal.
    • stream down towards the sphere of will, where deeds are performed in
    • is filled more and more with thoughts. And what forms the bridge
    • must come to life again, but in an entirely different form
    • his will-nature, with thoughts; deeds are performed in love. Such
    • his skin in the form of deeds, has significance not only for him but
    • transformed into semblance and semblance is transformed to reality by
    • is transformed into semblance; and a new creation takes place in that
    • cosmos, semblance is again transformed into Being (Sein.)
    • more unfolded in love? It operates in that, as man performs such
    • way, now in that. At one time they mingle to form hydrogen, at
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    • Science, Goetheanum, Dornach. No person is held qualified to form a
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • take form as a sculpture that will be set up in a significant place in
    • For this reason, legends inform us that unusually endowed people, who
    • as imaginative forms.
    • of Asia will inform us that it contains much of what mankind as a
    • informed that the child was missing we tried to heave the vehicle up
    • Titles of books and articles are given in their German form; they are
    • In this form the
    • Volume I was published in 1883; it contained writings on the formation and
    • transformation of organisms. Rudolf Steiner's introductions and
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    • take form as a sculpture that will be set up in a significant place in
    • For this reason, legends inform us that unusually endowed people, who
    • as imaginative forms.
    • of Asia will inform us that it contains much of what mankind as a
    • informed that the child was missing we tried to heave the vehicle up
    • Titles of books and articles are given in their German form; they are
    • In this form the
    • Volume I was published in 1883; it contained writings on the formation and
    • transformation of organisms. Rudolf Steiner's introductions and
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • some particular wish may be expressed in the form of a question
    • form in which they now exist — have been more or less obliterated.
    • no animals in their present form and when the conditions of existence
    • such that before receiving his ego, he was able to perform the
    • consider what form this takes in the animal kingdom.) When the etheric
    • Society: ‘To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Man
    • personal form presented to him in the Events of Palestine, in the
    • further through transforming his astral body into Manas (Spirit-Self).
    • humanity has only lately come to recognize ideals in the form of
    • transitional stage of forming abstract ideals, it is equally true that
    • that what they have glimpsed for a time in the form of abstract ideas
    • Christ Who first appeared in physical form — which at that time was
    • the only form in which He could convey to men that even those who were
    • reveal Himself in a new form. The fact that He lives will need no
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    • some particular wish may be expressed in the form of a question
    • form in which they now exist — have been more or less obliterated.
    • no animals in their present form and when the conditions of existence
    • such that before receiving his ego, he was able to perform the
    • consider what form this takes in the animal kingdom.) When the etheric
    • Society: ‘To form a nucleus of the Universal Brotherhood of Man
    • personal form presented to him in the Events of Palestine, in the
    • further through transforming his astral body into Manas (Spirit-Self).
    • humanity has only lately come to recognize ideals in the form of
    • transitional stage of forming abstract ideals, it is equally true that
    • that what they have glimpsed for a time in the form of abstract ideas
    • Christ Who first appeared in physical form — which at that time was
    • the only form in which He could convey to men that even those who were
    • reveal Himself in a new form. The fact that He lives will need no
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • life on the old Atlantean continent was transformed into life on the
    • was formed and developed in each cultural epoch — but note well that
    • be more finely formed; it can be worked upon by the later members
    • refined form within the human being. But by that time the Ego, which
    • body can be furnished only in conformity with its entire earthly
    • such a way that they will be enabled to form their sixth or seventh
    • they were to form their sixth or seventh principle, and man only his
    • evolve their sixth principle, are now already forming their seventh,
    • their deformed bastard child,” we read in Faust. Certainly it is
    • fitting for the narrow, traditionally-formed Christianity to call
    • the most perfect possible form. Now each macrocosmic principle has an
    • not be performed upon a great cosmic body. It is exactly as if a great
    • her in another form. She recognized Him only when she heard Him speak.
    • etheric body contracts in a special way and forms a kind of scar. And
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    • life on the old Atlantean continent was transformed into life on the
    • was formed and developed in each cultural epoch — but note well that
    • be more finely formed; it can be worked upon by the later members
    • refined form within the human being. But by that time the Ego, which
    • body can be furnished only in conformity with its entire earthly
    • such a way that they will be enabled to form their sixth or seventh
    • they were to form their sixth or seventh principle, and man only his
    • evolve their sixth principle, are now already forming their seventh,
    • their deformed bastard child,” we read in Faust. Certainly it is
    • fitting for the narrow, traditionally-formed Christianity to call
    • the most perfect possible form. Now each macrocosmic principle has an
    • not be performed upon a great cosmic body. It is exactly as if a great
    • her in another form. She recognized Him only when she heard Him speak.
    • etheric body contracts in a special way and forms a kind of scar. And
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • form appeared to his ancient clairvoyance and tormented him, and these
    • capacity whereby he could see these daemonic forms, did he develop the
    • something now enters his life which was formerly not there, something
    • which he has seen before in quite another form.
    • not feel that he had seen it differently in former times. But the
    • sunrise is nothing other than an indication of this former condition,
    • Dream is an ancient heritage from former incarnations. Within these
    • his development gradually took its course out of this former shadowy
    • impulse for knowledge. Dreams, as the remnant of a former state of
    • he could simply take things as they were, because spiritual forms came
    • following comparison you may be able to form for yourselves a picture
    • of the transformation which the world must undergo when we pass
    • of the lamb and the wolf cannot be seen materially. Thus we form
    • which we form of wolf and lamb live only within us and have nothing to
    • bodily substance has been renewed; the wolf would then be formed
    • distinct" of the world of the senses — is like a transformation, as
    • the future in a different form.
    • The other more robust natures, however, have come over from a former
    • compensation of deeds will appear to human beings in the form of
    • former times had no conscience, but were tormented by the Furies
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    • form appeared to his ancient clairvoyance and tormented him, and these
    • capacity whereby he could see these daemonic forms, did he develop the
    • something now enters his life which was formerly not there, something
    • which he has seen before in quite another form.
    • not feel that he had seen it differently in former times. But the
    • sunrise is nothing other than an indication of this former condition,
    • Dream is an ancient heritage from former incarnations. Within these
    • his development gradually took its course out of this former shadowy
    • impulse for knowledge. Dreams, as the remnant of a former state of
    • he could simply take things as they were, because spiritual forms came
    • following comparison you may be able to form for yourselves a picture
    • of the transformation which the world must undergo when we pass
    • of the lamb and the wolf cannot be seen materially. Thus we form
    • which we form of wolf and lamb live only within us and have nothing to
    • bodily substance has been renewed; the wolf would then be formed
    • distinct" of the world of the senses — is like a transformation, as
    • the future in a different form.
    • The other more robust natures, however, have come over from a former
    • compensation of deeds will appear to human beings in the form of
    • former times had no conscience, but were tormented by the Furies
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    • begins with a dramatic performance produced in a form appropriate to
    • one such performance before a Course of Lectures in Munich, last year
    • we were able to give two performances, and this year we have been able
    • These performances are always, of course, a
    • nothing more than a beginning. These performances, combined as they
    • strikingly evident in these Munich performances that it is not the aim
    • year 1909 we gave one dramatic performance, two last year, and this
    • performances. If you study deeply enough, a work like The Soul's
    • those of external life, can be presented in artistic form. If it were
    • not only for the performances but also for the lectures. During the
    • occult ideal: There is in reality only one true form of occultism. To
    • greatness of her achievement consist in formulating the three
    • printed on our forms of application for membership? It certainly did
    • was enticed into an Oriental form of Theosophy.
    • heard that I have sometimes used the form of address: “My dear
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    • time I did not perform my duty properly, I was obliged to lead on
    • in the form of his great talents Very soon he became a man of high
    • set free, although he had formerly “proved the unreality of
    • spiritual world — not in the form in which it is expressed in European
    • form, in the literature of Europe — except it were to be imitated by
    • to incarnation. I said that this form of the evolutionary process
    • the process which had formerly been set in train by interaction
    • formerly been received directly from the spiritual world but were now
    • assumed, more or less, its present form. The Atlantean peoples on the
    • “The form I see there derives from the Earth, but what is within
    • on ... in the form of Imagination, Phantasy. Let us assume that in
    • experiences in the form they had taken in Atlantis. But there would
    • world of men and the world of spirits, will express itself in a form
    • form of narrating how a Star-being suddenly resolves to incarnate as
    • a deeper spirituality than in the products of later forms of
    • in a different form will be capable of throwing the West into
    • Science has to offer, then one day, in a form unsuited to Western
    • we say about those other phases of evolution, about other forms of
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    • which conformity to law cannot be admitted. When modern science speaks
    • really puts a ban upon any suggestion of conformity to law. Both
    • meaning, any inner conformity to law, to this “chance”
    • without bothering to ascertain whether any conformity to law could
    • there is no Divine-Spiritual conformity to law, nor anything like it.
    • law manifested by happenings in Nature; their conformity to law is
    • chance, man will learn to perceive a deeper conformity to law; when
    • rigid conformity to law, appears, finally, as evidence of spiritual
    • recognise conformity to law in so-called matters of chance, or to
    • normal consciousness but connected with higher forms of consciousness
    • form of intercourse between human beings, based as it is, merely upon
    • tolerance to other forms of idealistic thought, adopt an attitude to
    • you may know how things are, and form your own judgments. Among
    • evolution, the Exusiai, the “Spirits of Form,” the
    • sense, the Deeds of the Exusiai, of the Spirits of Form! When man
    • of it as the Exusiai, the Spirits of Form, speak in the facts of
    • this impulse he will recognise conformity to law in all the facts of
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    • B.C. when man's life of soul began to assume the form and character
    • with a certain form of clairvoyance: and it was during the period of
    • light of intellect and reason in their present form. Before the
    • which are also to be found in lower forms of life. Spiritual Science,
    • human form becomes an “Imagination.” In those olden days,
    • too, the soul attained to a form of Imagination, beholding in pictures
    • remarkable people we find, in a form of Imagination springing from the
    • spiritual research. The human being of today has the outer form we see
    • was able to become the recipient of his present form. In other words:
    • while the animals developed their various forms on the Earth, man
    • the animals had already assumed their destined forms. The foundations
    • Earth-existence in the external form in which he now lives.
    • manifestation in outer form, the threefold life of soul that had been
    • into his present form — a form able to receive the imprint of the
    • threefold soul was “membered” into the human form. And so
    • actually a compilation, but nevertheless, it forms a complete whole,
    • folk-poems which form themselves into one whole. We find how right on
    • this day retain many customs and arts reminiscent of an ancient form
    • epoch by the Consciousness Soul. There will follow a form of culture
    • maintain his rightful place it was necessary to form a link with a
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    • certain forms of spiritual life there is a decline, followed again, in
    • again, but in a new form and through a new impulse. In olden times,
    • form of what humanity may call the “Divine” can be glimpsed
    • the “ I ” can find the Divine within itself. The form in
    • Christianity. And then perhaps we ask ourselves: In what form did the
    • informed by them that the Child in the arms of the Mother, the Child
    • most perfect possible form. Few people, after all, have the
    • Conception, a form of Christianity independent of all differences of
    • passing away. Just as he provided for the revival, in a new form, of
    • of humanity, and of the enrichment which human life in all its forms
    • Its form all hidden 'neath a rosy veil!
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    • information as to how to reach a much less distant place, but he is
    • when the form in which the things of sense are made manifest, can only
    • In the kingdom of the animals we see the individual forms coming into
    • souls, men share in the forming of the Astral Body of Christ. His
    • form such a portrayal of Christ should take. For it would have to
    • unusual form of the chin and mouth, the power of conscience unfolded
    • in the lower jaw will seem to form themselves into a mouth. All this
    • will have to be expressed in the countenance. The form of the lower
    • Christ Figure a bodily form similar to that possessed by the physical
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    • been described. Its form stands there as a complete, self-contained,
    • form and structure, if we think of it as the dwelling-place of a
    • the architecture of the Egyptian time, every line, every form,
    • men must have undergone preparation before the architectural forms
    • beings within it! All its forms seem to convey that they are there to
    • the evolution of Form from the Egyptian Temple, through the Greek
    • of understanding the architectural forms of the Egypto-Chaldean epoch
    • is being recapitulated, in a certain form, in our own age; the Second
    • course, in the same form, for the recapitulation will everywhere bear
    • the knowers and sages in ancient India. They felt it in the form, as
    • Greek form of “Kaliyuga” is “Kalion.” And because
    • knowledge to life once again, but in an entirely new form. The lecture
    • into the physical, and of the form they take.
    • of them and to reckon with what endures in the form of live and potent
    • it is not the “form” but the content of the dream that is of
    • on, he is now fully aware that these impulses, in the form of a
    • The biographies give the information that Raphael's father was
    • down to his beloved son — in the form of delicate and intimate
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    • THOUGHT FORMS
    • period, and the present form and structure of the human body did not
    • consciousness he does not merely formulate ideas and thoughts but also
    • consciousness, filling and forming it, needs the outer, physical body,
    • the earthly body; when an idea or thought is formed, the being of
    • everyday consciousness are formed, disintegrates and decays at death.
    • physical body must be preserved in its accustomed form. In respect of
    • substances change, but the “form” remains. And the form must
    • the time the physical body retains its form. If, however, the memory
    • performed a deed of compassion or a deed born of fellow-feeling with
    • who performs them in the sense that his memory-pictures belong to him,
    • preserved in the form of personal memories has been inscribed into the
    • performed on Earth. And just as the personal memories are inscribed
    • backwards through the deeds and acts performed in the past life, they
    • of knowledge here described? Deeds performed during life are
    • Earth-evolution his physical body was transformed into the instrument
    • but, in addition, it has been so transformed as to become
    • being. Deeds performed in some life persist as his karma, and he can
    • with man but detaches itself from him as forms created by thoughts.
    • — the forms created by thoughts and feelings — go forth into the
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    • FORM-CREATING FORCES
    • physical body into the instrument of man's present form of
    • significance only for him, for other beings have quite different forms
    • make compensation for his deeds. But “forms” or
    • Now in respect of the forms or forces deriving from the “ I ”
    • compassion are unfolded, these “forces” or “forms”
    • individuality of form, of gesture, facial expression, and so on —
    • the distinction to be made among the individual forms of men in the
    • Everything that is “form” on the Earth derives from the
    • Spirits of Form. The name “Spirits of Form” is actually
    • that has form, shape, life — everything that takes on shape
    • inwardly and evolves an outer form, has received the essential impetus
    • for this form from the “Spirits of Form.” Now all these
    • In our present age, the Spirits of Form are moving to the higher rank
    • Personality” to that of “Spirits of Form; the
    • or “Archai.” As the Spirits of Form move upwards in rank
    • Form,” but the succeeding Spirits of Personality do not, at once,
    • assume the functions of Spirits of Form. This will help you to
    • passed. At the beginning of Earth-evolution, the Spirits of Form
    • stamped the principle of form into man; this comes to expression in
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    • VIII Consciousness, Memory, Karma Thought Forms.
    • IX Form-Creating Forces.
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    • it was he who tried ever and again to formulate the thoughts of
    • moment and to rise up again in a new form. Its duty is to work even
    • form in which they served the spiritual weal of men in days gone by.
    • true form has nothing whatever to do with the charlatanry that has
    • usurped its name — a new impulse, in the form of the revelation
    • widening the ideas and giving them life so that they might conform to
    • indeed it may be called — which took the form of the announcement
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    • the earth had an entirely different physiognomy, when what now forms
    • bodies had different forms at that time, but the souls that live in us
    • culture of a unique kind, and we today can form only a feeble idea of
    • In the seventh period, ancient India will appear in a new form. We
    • first culture later recrudesces in a new form in the seventh period.
    • Ancient India will then appear in a new form. Mysterious forces are at
    • seen among the ants; they form a state which, in its wonderful
    • structure as well as in its capacity to perform a relatively
    • wonderful purity poured out over the whole form. We have all felt
    • form floats in the air, perhaps also in the deep expression of the
    • child's eyes. Then, if we see the cloud-forms round about from which
    • background forming themselves into a number of little angel-heads,
    • This Jesus child itself is such a cloud-form, only become a little
    • once a form of reproduction other than the sexual one. In short, we
    • the Egyptian concerned himself that the outer physical form should be
    • mummies, in which he had preserved the outer form, and that as
    • physical body. They had the form of their body before them. This body
    • imprinted itself deeply, and the soul was formed in accordance with
    • super-sensible worlds are no more uniform than the experiences here in
    • laid aside his outer form at death. Just as mummification worked on in
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    • today; men had no bony system. All that was formed later. The farther
    • wherein was contained all that went into the formation of the earth,
    • but was condensed only to an etheric condition. This earth-formation
    • from the mere form of the seed. But a person who was endowed with a
    • would appear a flower-like form growing spiritually out of the seed.
    • It would stand before his clairvoyant view, a real form, but one that
    • could be seen only in the spirit. This form is the archetype of what
    • form was exactly like the plant that grows from the seed. It is not at
    • all like it. It is a wonderful light-form, containing streams and
    • complicated formations. One could say that what later grows out of the
    • seed is only a shadow of this wonderful spiritual light-form beheld by
    • example) a light-form, a beautiful form, which in reality is not there
    • but rests slumbering in the point. What is this form that the seer
    • arises? It is a form that is different from physical man, as different
    • the present human form. At that time the human form slumbered
    • this, what was formerly a unity appears as a duality, as two cosmic
    • Christian esotericism, Powers or Exusiai or Spirits of Form. Thus
    • beings pervade this picture at the same time as the human form. These
    • to be the most august, pure, and sublime element that was formerly
    • today, for they contained the metals in fluid form. In the middle of
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    • The Human Form as the Subject
    • form of what actually existed when our earth stood at the beginning of
    • but earth and moon still formed one body, came to light during the
    • from those of today. Through these different forms of consciousness
    • Hera, or Athena, all were a memory of the spirit-forms of that old
    • ancient Indian, Persian, and Egyptian cultures. If we want to form a
    • the world, thus approaching our form of day-consciousness. It was they
    • concepts. The great masses could form only ideas that were a sort of
    • folk-religions we must form a picture of them. We must transport
    • form, what he only sensed by day — the spirits that live in all things.
    • understand something of what gave the impulse to a form that developed
    • into one of the most important forms of the Indian outlook. We know
    • form. † Let us go back to the first half of the Atlantean
    • form.
    • the human form. However, we must not imagine that each man represented
    • and assumed the ultimate form before the others, but in the main one
    • animal-like form; the physical body was small in comparison with the
    • gigantic etheric bodies, forming a clumsy animal-like mass. The
    • similar to the modern formation; his countenance was similar to that
    • form had to stand before his soul, and the pupil had to steep himself
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    • human form, a thought-picture, on which he had to concentrate in
    • facing him, a sort of human form. If he had been sufficiently
    • mineral, plant, or animal forms. At that time the earth consisted only
    • all forms are dissolved. Thus, although the ancient Moon was already
    • populated with animal forms, the earth at first contained nothing
    • saw in the primeval atom the ideal human form. Keeping this form
    • human picture or form, tells me that the Godhead works from eternity
    • to eternity. It has poured itself out into these forms. It has
    • breathed out this original human form.” Then he asked himself
    • In spirit the neophyte saw the primal form of the Godhead. He saw the
    • animals and plants as accompanying forms, which appeared on earth only
    • Atlantean neophyte as having proceeded from the human form. We
    • understand this thought if we recollect how coal is formed. Think of
    • about him as the product of the human form. In primeval times, this
    • earth's tempo. These abstracted the finest substances and formed
    • were formed earlier for other reasons, and they also became
    • formed a sevenfold lodge that could transmit to the pupils the secrets
    • ever denser forms, and the picture of man in the primeval seed of the
    • (but also in a much colder) form, the primal image of man, clothed
    • lowest to the highest form.
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    • germs that later became plants. The mineral germs formed themselves
    • quite clear that this mist was nothing like a fog or cloud-formation
    • were then present in the mist in transparent and translucent form.
    • higher beings also: the Powers, or Exusiai, or Spirits of Form; the
    • man of that time consisted only of a fine mist-form or vapor-form; it
    • permeated by light. If we imagine a cloud formed with some regularity,
    • a chalice-like formation expanding in an upward direction, the chalice
    • chalice-like form, illuminated and warmed by the light, with no firm
    • This was once the form of man, a form that was a physical light-body,
    • refined vaporous plant-form, man hung as though on the umbilical cord
    • the mist cooled to water; and where there was formerly a mist-earth,
    • formerly luminous gas-form into the turbid waters and incarnate there
    • been air-forms floating in the air. Man became a water-form, but not
    • drenched with tone. It was the tone that gave form to the water, as
    • tone is something formative, a shaping force, since through tone the
    • that formed the body out of the water. That was the force of tone,
    • rings through the earth, out of which the human form shaped itself.
    • the beings who had gone out with the sun. Formerly, when the sun was
    • today in a degenerated form in fishes. The fishes that we see in the
    • form. We must think of a goldfish, for example, in a fantastic
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    • moon certain beings who are capable of transforming the bad into good,
    • self-forming, self-contained being.
    • There was a flower-like form, which perpetually metamorphosed itself.
    • exposed to the sun alone, the mobility of the human form would have
    • develop his present form. On the other hand, if only the moon forces
    • had been influential, man would have rigidified immediately; his form
    • mobility and complete rigidity. Because the forming forces are in the
    • these forms.
    • to lose this form. But if the giant took the moon away, all the
    • various forms and substances but in the relations of things to each
    • being of man. Into what was forming and unforming, which was
    • But this light of the sun is reflected in a different form every day.
    • We have the first form when the moon appears as a tiny crescent in the
    • heavens. On the next day it has grown to the second form, and so on
    • through fourteen days until we have the fourteenth form in the full
    • fourteen forms of the illuminated moon-disk. It is of deep
    • significance that the moon, i.e., Osiris, takes on fourteen forms,
    • cosmic space, he appeared in fourteen forms. The myth says that Osiris
    • yet withdrawn, man in his light-form did not have the foundation for
    • All that belongs to the male or female organisms formed itself under
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    • Upper Human Form.
    • that the moon requires to return to its first form. We have probed the
    • nerves were formed in man from outside. Now I beg you to heed well the
    • human germs, which formed the primeval earth-mist. The Indian
    • human form sprout forth spiritually out of this spiritual human germ.
    • sort of plant, which opened its chalice upward. These forms filled, so
    • the sun, the inner part of this human formation began to light up and
    • with the eyes of today, on approaching such a light-form one would
    • gleams into space in a regular form. Today, one can hardly form a
    • form, outside and around the chalice form. Many substances were
    • were air-forms. Soon after all this had arisen, other germs came out
    • of gas. These animals developed through most diverse forms to a
    • the highest animal form was the fish, although not the fish of today.
    • The form of the animals of that time was entirely different from that
    • and the densest forms, the animals, swam in this water-earth.
    • Something singular now came about. Certain of the primitive fish-forms
    • off, whenever such a human form (already considerably condensed) was
    • such an animal form below in the water-earth. Human and animal forms
    • were combined so that there was a human form above and an animal form
    • Because here an animal form was joined to the human body, which was
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    • The Stages of Evolution of the Human Form
    • departure of the moon. We have understood man's form which, as its
    • evolved into feet, shanks, knees, thighs, represent the animal forms
    • of our earth at that time. These animal forms, however, remained stuck
    • In the earliest times, when the sun departed, no animal forms had yet
    • appeared. After the sun had left, the highest form of animal was a
    • human feet corresponded to this fish-form, when we look at the feet in
    • certain forms were left behind which swam about like fish in the
    • form. What we have described as the chalice or blossom form, the
    • light-organ, was entirely etheric, an illuminated air-form. Only the
    • shanks. Man has been formed in such a way as to leave behind him, at
    • every stage of his existence, certain animal forms, beyond which he
    • aspects of the moon. We see how the most important formations of the
    • spine, formed the upper body. At first, through the tones that
    • comes into form. All that had to remain stuck at this point, beyond
    • which man progressed, appears in later evolution in the forms of the
    • pushed man's evolution down. The fish form was still connected with
    • stand higher than the fish. The forms of that time appear in their
    • decadence as the present amphibians, but man once had such forms in
    • upper body assumed solid form, that by use of this he transformed the
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    • so that we may form a clear conception of how things looked to human
    • etc., appeared as physical forms as early as the time when the sun had
    • region had been formed. Thus we may say that man already had the lower
    • part of the human form, but possessed nothing whereby he could have
    • of the womb of the gods. Formerly all this had been present to him as
    • this, the gods and the true form of man. What we see is Maya, is
    • the physical world. We must transform what comes from Ahriman; we must
    • by transforming the earth, by becoming beings capable of working upon
    • handwriting. We see that it was our friend's hand that formed these
    • starry script, how all physical forms had evolved. The ancient
    • whose thoughts stream into it. All the Gothic forms and ornaments
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    • preserved for us in the form in which they became domesticated in
    • Now let us bring into more concrete form what we touched upon
    • are only slightly infected with some form of materialism, what I am
    • also.” Such a being assumed a human form and moved about in the
    • forms, Wotan said, “No, I shall not go into this dense
    • no other human form for itself but could enter into another being and
    • bit by bit, gradually working out their form. We have seen how, when
    • bodies in which the ego-being of Jesus formerly abode, a Being was
    • sun. It had formerly been bound up with the earth until the moment
    • Formerly he worked from outside, overshadowing the prophets and
    • transformed them. We must be quite clear that all man's higher members
    • backward beings became the different animal forms — the birds,
    • hand. The ego gained predominance in the man-form. All the organs are
    • body and wholly permeated it, certain organs took form in man and in
    • development. When the form of the lower organs still resembled the
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    • place a sort of progress or transformation, so that the soul does not
    • formed themselves into physical organs of perception, so super-sensible
    • meditation being given to the pupil. These exercises are performed
    • impression. But when a person performs the exercises of meditation and
    • not have received the imprint of what the astral body had formed
    • candidate became acquainted with the true form of Osiris, Isis, and
    • death and a new birth. The Sphinx appeared to him as a real form; he
    • as he was when he still had an animal-like form, and his etheric body
    • animal-like form!” The Sphinx was a real experience for the
    • animality, at a time when the head was only an etheric form, the
    • also the older forms of the gods, who had, so to speak, taken a
    • level in full invisibility. These forms went through their special
    • was not yet manlike in its form. In his etheric body man was still
    • accommodate themselves to the same animal forms in which man lived on
    • of the sun and moon, who were on the earth, had to take on a form that
    • was possible at that time, an animal-like form. And since the Egyptian
    • Isis for example, as having animal-like forms. He still saw the higher
    • correct when such forms were represented with the head of a hawk or a
    • portrayed in the forms they had when they walked the earth. The outer
    • The forms in Lemuria were different from those in Atlantis. In those
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    • through the science of the spirit can an idea be formed of what the
    • the Christ-impulse into human evolution forms the other side of
    • the forms of the four apocalyptic beasts. Man grew out of this
    • ego. The modern man no longer can form any conception of this. In
    • this is only a distorted form of the word Devayana, the path of
    • only as an etheric form. It is an absolute reality; the initiate can
    • thoughts in materialistic form as memory. Where he had previously seen
    • in thought-form. Everything arises again, but in material form.
    • ancient Egypt, experienced by him in spiritual form. What can such a
    • ancient Egypt. It is as though he stated all this in a new form when
    • individual form of the spiritual that permeates the world.
    • portrayed as their gods in animal form. I was also able to show that
    • impression, a feeling, that can properly take the form of an impulse
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    • form.
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    • varied kinds are at work there in the form of teeming concepts and
    • and sympathy and those of displeasure and antipathy. The former are
    • from, the mere forming of concepts. We form concepts of things
    • ugly and evil. Just as everything that takes place in man in the form
    • actually performing some such deed. I will call pleasure in good deeds
    • the moral element that impels a man to perform some good deed.
    • where Divine Forces transform into the power of will the moral
    • can give themselves up in this way form a connection with something
    • of the heart there is a continual transformation of the blood into
    • form of currents of light, and what is of moral-aesthetic nature
    • being transformed into etheric substance, a similar process takes
    • blood — now transformed — which flowed on Golgotha. This
    • understanding must be acquired in the form suitable for that
    • number of individuals through a form of natural clairvoyance. Then in
    • the chemical force that undergoes a transformation in the process of
    • physical form. What will be accomplished in humanity through this
    • impulses. Man will transform the earth by feeling with ever-increasing
    • but not the actual form it would take. The mind could picture that
    • Enlightenment, pure Akashic forms, bathed in fire, lit by the sun,
    • not in physically embodiment but as pure Akashic forms within the
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    • varied kinds are at work there in the form of teeming concepts and
    • and sympathy and those of displeasure and antipathy. The former are
    • from, the mere forming of concepts. We form concepts of things
    • ugly and evil. Just as everything that takes place in man in the form
    • actually performing some such deed. I will call pleasure in good deeds
    • the moral element that impels a man to perform some good deed.
    • where Divine Forces transform into the power of will the moral
    • can give themselves up in this way form a connection with something
    • of the heart there is a continual transformation of the blood into
    • form of currents of light, and what is of moral-aesthetic nature
    • being transformed into etheric substance, a similar process takes
    • blood — now transformed — which flowed on Golgotha. This
    • understanding must be acquired in the form suitable for that
    • number of individuals through a form of natural clairvoyance. Then in
    • the chemical force that undergoes a transformation in the process of
    • physical form. What will be accomplished in humanity through this
    • impulses. Man will transform the earth by feeling with ever-increasing
    • but not the actual form it would take. The mind could picture that
    • Enlightenment, pure Akashic forms, bathed in fire, lit by the sun,
    • not in physically embodiment but as pure Akashic forms within the
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    • death — were attempted again and again in picture form. But these
    • Anyone who truly enters, for instance, into the artistic forms created
    • transparent to his fellow-man. The way his head is formed, the way he
    • forms, human movements, and all that goes with them as a picture of
    • All that is said here is said not merely in order to formulate certain
    • very primitive form, when we consume one food-stuff or another. In the
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    • death — were attempted again and again in picture form. But these
    • Anyone who truly enters, for instance, into the artistic forms created
    • transparent to his fellow-man. The way his head is formed, the way he
    • forms, human movements, and all that goes with them as a picture of
    • All that is said here is said not merely in order to formulate certain
    • very primitive form, when we consume one food-stuff or another. In the
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    • good-for-nothing. It was the pain that transformed his shortcomings into
    • removed by being transformed into maturity.
    • transformed into something better.
    • will be transformed into positive attitudes toward life, into strength and
    • that everything we can know in life and acquire in the form of knowledge
    • that we become capable of transforming ourselves. “Create thyself through
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    • good-for-nothing. It was the pain that transformed his shortcomings into
    • removed by being transformed into maturity.
    • transformed into something better.
    • will be transformed into positive attitudes toward life, into strength and
    • that everything we can know in life and acquire in the form of knowledge
    • that we become capable of transforming ourselves. “Create thyself through
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    • in an etheric spirit form,” for such is the form of those we call
    • form of an archangel.”
    • Christ Being Who had ensouled Himself three times in archangelic form
    • ensouled three times in an archangelic form, and then incarnated in a
    • angelic form. So it may seem to us. Yet, even though it is claimed that the
    • archangelic form, leaving out the angelic form, and then made use of a
    • control. Equally, we have not under our control all that we perform in the
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    • in an etheric spirit form,” for such is the form of those we call
    • form of an archangel.”
    • Christ Being Who had ensouled Himself three times in archangelic form
    • ensouled three times in an archangelic form, and then incarnated in a
    • angelic form. So it may seem to us. Yet, even though it is claimed that the
    • archangelic form, leaving out the angelic form, and then made use of a
    • control. Equally, we have not under our control all that we perform in the
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    • “The right to form a judgment on the content of such privately printed
    • value too of the forces forming the foundation of human life.
    • which ought to develop regular forms according to definite laws, should be
    • forming its proper angles. There are actually very few crystals in Nature
    • perfectly formed in accordance with their inner laws. Or, if we study the
    • what is without in picture-form is also within us in our apprehension of it;
    • with what dwells in the soul of a man who has to perform some menial,
    • perfect in form but permeated by a deep life of soul. He left excellent
    • man has prepared this bad fortune for himself in a former life, and that in a
    • former life the fortunate man has prepared his own good fortune. Such an
    • inmost core of man's being. In former lectures (see
    • transform the experiences within ourselves and what we make of them. If
    • means of the transformation described, that man is actually called upon to
    • approach him and raise his existence, he can, nevertheless, so transform it
    • reality. Thereby man becomes the transformer of outward semblance into
    • in the inner and a semblance transformed into real being. It is only because
    • that man transforms semblance into reality shows us that this dualism is
    • transformed into inner reality. And life shows us, too, that what we
    • To be sure these truths are often presented to us in a very crude form.
    • of his life, can transform them and assimilate them with the evolving core
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    • “The right to form a judgment on the content of such privately printed
    • value too of the forces forming the foundation of human life.
    • which ought to develop regular forms according to definite laws, should be
    • forming its proper angles. There are actually very few crystals in Nature
    • perfectly formed in accordance with their inner laws. Or, if we study the
    • what is without in picture-form is also within us in our apprehension of it;
    • with what dwells in the soul of a man who has to perform some menial,
    • perfect in form but permeated by a deep life of soul. He left excellent
    • man has prepared this bad fortune for himself in a former life, and that in a
    • former life the fortunate man has prepared his own good fortune. Such an
    • inmost core of man's being. In former lectures (see
    • transform the experiences within ourselves and what we make of them. If
    • means of the transformation described, that man is actually called upon to
    • approach him and raise his existence, he can, nevertheless, so transform it
    • reality. Thereby man becomes the transformer of outward semblance into
    • in the inner and a semblance transformed into real being. It is only because
    • that man transforms semblance into reality shows us that this dualism is
    • transformed into inner reality. And life shows us, too, that what we
    • To be sure these truths are often presented to us in a very crude form.
    • of his life, can transform them and assimilate them with the evolving core
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    • The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart.
    • information about the external world. It is the same with the other
    • even in the forming of our thoughts and feelings, which the child
    • time of puberty. Not until then can the child begin to form real
    • himself the forces of the etheric world, and, in so doing, he forms
    • The etheric body, as it forms and develops itself in the human being,
    • is a universe in itself — a universe, one might say, in picture form.
    • of teeth — these forms that we behold in the etheric body begin to
    • that these rays, having grown together here in the center, form as it
    • the whole cosmic sphere we brought with us as an ether form, a
    • puberty, a distinct change in the whole etheric form that the human
    • the etheric heart formed out of his own etheric body, and not supplied
    • astral body — as a multitude of single forms and structures —
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • the physical organs the concrete forms which it brings with it from
    • more intense. Gradually these forms disappear, they slide into the
    • enter into many forms of activity. This activity expresses itself, as
    • influences collect together and form a kind of astral center.
    • has formed itself, we now have an astral structure too, which gathers
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    • The Formation of the Etheric and the Astral Heart.
    • information about the external world. It is the same with the other
    • even in the forming of our thoughts and feelings, which the child
    • time of puberty. Not until then can the child begin to form real
    • himself the forces of the etheric world, and, in so doing, he forms
    • The etheric body, as it forms and develops itself in the human being,
    • is a universe in itself — a universe, one might say, in picture form.
    • of teeth — these forms that we behold in the etheric body begin to
    • that these rays, having grown together here in the center, form as it
    • the whole cosmic sphere we brought with us as an ether form, a
    • puberty, a distinct change in the whole etheric form that the human
    • the etheric heart formed out of his own etheric body, and not supplied
    • astral body — as a multitude of single forms and structures —
    • life, slip by degrees into the brain formation and saturate the organs
    • adult life, our organs have imprisoned in them the several forms and
    • the physical organs the concrete forms which it brings with it from
    • more intense. Gradually these forms disappear, they slide into the
    • enter into many forms of activity. This activity expresses itself, as
    • influences collect together and form a kind of astral center.
    • has formed itself, we now have an astral structure too, which gathers
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    • The following remarks formed the content of a lecture I delivered on
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • will, in the form of Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy, force its way
    • particular form to this life which compels us today to regard all questions
    • Only today are those questions taking on tangible form. Prime evidence of
    • Now the individuals who unite to form the Anthroposophical Society are in
    • for information concerning any sort of spiritual world. He believed that the
    • is that inhabits the human soul in the form of consciousness; nay more, we
    • which contained nothing but forces belonging to a misty form. The rotation
    • perform a simple experiment for the children in order to believe that the
    • children are now being taught this — the central gaseous sphere is formed
    • excrement of creation, the final form in which our earth would eventually be
    • pamphlet form bearing the title “The Mission of Spiritual Science and its
    • researcher is in the position to form such means by which everyone who is
    • there we have more than a mere dead result about which information has been
    • a year, lives in the human organism in the form of an enclosed etheric body.
    • inner formation and structure, in the solidifying of its parts, etc., etc.
    • the form of memory. When this perception of a spiritual element in the
    • heavenly body out of which the earth subsequently took form, that which is
    • of its life, and is formed to be its bearer. However, about the fourteenth
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    • The following remarks formed the content of a lecture I delivered on
    • upon physical life is transformed for him into the portal to the everlasting
    • will, in the form of Spiritual Science or Anthroposophy, force its way
    • particular form to this life which compels us today to regard all questions
    • Only today are those questions taking on tangible form. Prime evidence of
    • Now the individuals who unite to form the Anthroposophical Society are in
    • for information concerning any sort of spiritual world. He believed that the
    • is that inhabits the human soul in the form of consciousness; nay more, we
    • which contained nothing but forces belonging to a misty form. The rotation
    • perform a simple experiment for the children in order to believe that the
    • children are now being taught this — the central gaseous sphere is formed
    • excrement of creation, the final form in which our earth would eventually be
    • pamphlet form bearing the title “The Mission of Spiritual Science and its
    • researcher is in the position to form such means by which everyone who is
    • there we have more than a mere dead result about which information has been
    • a year, lives in the human organism in the form of an enclosed etheric body.
    • inner formation and structure, in the solidifying of its parts, etc., etc.
    • the form of memory. When this perception of a spiritual element in the
    • heavenly body out of which the earth subsequently took form, that which is
    • of its life, and is formed to be its bearer. However, about the fourteenth
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    • given at all in public, they will form the topic of a later
    • The information that can be related here is but a scant outline of
    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • innermost depth of being. Precisely here a transformation takes place
    • former incarnation had already attained to a certain level of
    • truths for you.” It appears as if this is to be achieved by a form of
    • make the attempt to give up certain formerly held inclinations. Then,
    • through sheer force of will. A formerly careless person must get
    • all but that he learns to love it more and more. Thus he performs a
    • utterances are formed out of this clarity. Only if this has become the
    • The rules presented in this book were never made public in former
    • fragmentary form in one place or another. All the instruction that one
    • person is seen like a nebulous cloud formation. When a person sleeps,
    • spiral formations become clearly organized. They become increasingly
    • disseminated than formerly. It must be placed within reach of
    • older times. Hence, the book replaces the former oral
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    • given at all in public, they will form the topic of a later
    • The information that can be related here is but a scant outline of
    • not express itself in any particular external formalities, nor does it
    • innermost depth of being. Precisely here a transformation takes place
    • former incarnation had already attained to a certain level of
    • truths for you.” It appears as if this is to be achieved by a form of
    • make the attempt to give up certain formerly held inclinations. Then,
    • through sheer force of will. A formerly careless person must get
    • all but that he learns to love it more and more. Thus he performs a
    • utterances are formed out of this clarity. Only if this has become the
    • The rules presented in this book were never made public in former
    • fragmentary form in one place or another. All the instruction that one
    • person is seen like a nebulous cloud formation. When a person sleeps,
    • spiral formations become clearly organized. They become increasingly
    • disseminated than formerly. It must be placed within reach of
    • older times. Hence, the book replaces the former oral
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    • formative forces), and the physical organization. Of course in the
    • if we absorbed more oxygen. The more the carbonic acid formation
    • formations. These foreign formations may not manifest immediately in
    • pathways of the blood, they cannot dissolve. These formations have
    • the tendency to form tumor-like accumulations in the body and then to
    • fragment within. If the blood-formation process confronts them in the
    • of the organs. Foreign bodies are then formed, which are first
    • these tumor-like formations develop somewhere, which then decompose
    • formation arises, it is a symptom of the ego activity from the stream
    • is introduced, it is at once transformed into its opposite within the
    • forces. In absorbing them, the organism transforms them at once into
    • activity there. Then an exudate-like formation begins to encapsulate
    • form that is filled out only with the etheric. We have within us a
    • something foreign is formed purely out of the organism. This must be
    • the blood activity and does not permit an exudate to form. Instead it
    • stimulates a secretory process, leading to the formation of pus
    • carry in us, in incipient form, in the moment of coming into being,
    • however, the tumor-forming force that is directed inward and the
    • that is formed in outer nature similarly to the way in which our
    • invisible man is formed. We take into us something that proceeds from
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    • formative forces), and the physical organization. Of course in the
    • if we absorbed more oxygen. The more the carbonic acid formation
    • formations. These foreign formations may not manifest immediately in
    • pathways of the blood, they cannot dissolve. These formations have
    • the tendency to form tumor-like accumulations in the body and then to
    • fragment within. If the blood-formation process confronts them in the
    • of the organs. Foreign bodies are then formed, which are first
    • these tumor-like formations develop somewhere, which then decompose
    • formation arises, it is a symptom of the ego activity from the stream
    • is introduced, it is at once transformed into its opposite within the
    • forces. In absorbing them, the organism transforms them at once into
    • activity there. Then an exudate-like formation begins to encapsulate
    • form that is filled out only with the etheric. We have within us a
    • something foreign is formed purely out of the organism. This must be
    • the blood activity and does not permit an exudate to form. Instead it
    • stimulates a secretory process, leading to the formation of pus
    • carry in us, in incipient form, in the moment of coming into being,
    • however, the tumor-forming force that is directed inward and the
    • that is formed in outer nature similarly to the way in which our
    • invisible man is formed. We take into us something that proceeds from
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    • clothed in abstract formula but seek artistic expression.
    • true this has always found its scientific formulation in certain
    • in a sphere out of which the forms of the visible world are fashioned;
    • that lives in space and time. Formation, transformation, this is the
    • have a confused feeling of inter-weaving, hovering form, just as
    • that the further we go back to ever more imperfect physical forms the
    • look upon the material form, man's physical body, as a densification
    • physical, until he comes to his present physical form. The age to
    • physical form we see today. But spiritual science looks back into a
    • formations out of which the spiritual is born in the form of angels'
    • and Raphael, where after many transformations the Child and the
    • appears to us only as final emblem and symbol of the earlier form of
    • form of a spiritual Mother who is behind her; and we see the
    • back to ever more spiritual forms of fructification and reproduction.
    • times and transformed in accordance with the progress made by humanity
    • fructification out of the spirit of the world is given tangible form
    • given new form in the modern pictures presented throughout the world
    • masses of cloud form themselves into the heads of angels, and out of
    • this when he gave final form to his Faust when he had led him on
    • work in this form as divinity once again in the heart of man, and give
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    • clothed in abstract formula but seek artistic expression.
    • true this has always found its scientific formulation in certain
    • in a sphere out of which the forms of the visible world are fashioned;
    • that lives in space and time. Formation, transformation, this is the
    • have a confused feeling of inter-weaving, hovering form, just as
    • that the further we go back to ever more imperfect physical forms the
    • look upon the material form, man's physical body, as a densification
    • physical, until he comes to his present physical form. The age to
    • physical form we see today. But spiritual science looks back into a
    • formations out of which the spiritual is born in the form of angels'
    • and Raphael, where after many transformations the Child and the
    • appears to us only as final emblem and symbol of the earlier form of
    • form of a spiritual Mother who is behind her; and we see the
    • back to ever more spiritual forms of fructification and reproduction.
    • times and transformed in accordance with the progress made by humanity
    • fructification out of the spirit of the world is given tangible form
    • given new form in the modern pictures presented throughout the world
    • masses of cloud form themselves into the heads of angels, and out of
    • this when he gave final form to his Faust when he had led him on
    • work in this form as divinity once again in the heart of man, and give
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    • hand, transform itself and thereby acquire the possibility of
    • dispute. This law, first formulated by
    • another, it has taken on various forms. We need only assume that the
    • forms in the various ages of life.
    • look back from this present life to former lives on earth. We see that
    • gained for ourselves in former lives.
    • former lives on earth and brought with us from the spiritual world
    • kernel forms itself within us. Up until our thirtieth to thirty-fifth
    • performed at centers that served both as schools and churches. Through
    • cultic rites intended to transform the everyday life of soul, these
    • schools took different forms in different countries, but at all
    • thought that through this inner training the soul could transform
    • possessed those strengthened powers of soul formerly acquired by
    • expression in immediate form and as historical fact in Christ Jesus.
    • at the Mystery of Golgotha, a force that formerly lived outside the
    • something formerly experienced by every disciple of the mysteries
    • transform itself.
    • never understand Christ were it not able so to transform itself that it could
    • eyes could not exist had there been no light to form them from the
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    • hand, transform itself and thereby acquire the possibility of
    • dispute. This law, first formulated by
    • another, it has taken on various forms. We need only assume that the
    • forms in the various ages of life.
    • look back from this present life to former lives on earth. We see that
    • gained for ourselves in former lives.
    • former lives on earth and brought with us from the spiritual world
    • kernel forms itself within us. Up until our thirtieth to thirty-fifth
    • performed at centers that served both as schools and churches. Through
    • cultic rites intended to transform the everyday life of soul, these
    • schools took different forms in different countries, but at all
    • thought that through this inner training the soul could transform
    • possessed those strengthened powers of soul formerly acquired by
    • expression in immediate form and as historical fact in Christ Jesus.
    • at the Mystery of Golgotha, a force that formerly lived outside the
    • something formerly experienced by every disciple of the mysteries
    • transform itself.
    • never understand Christ were it not able so to transform itself that it could
    • eyes could not exist had there been no light to form them from the
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    • Meditating in even the simplest way upon one of the formulas pronounced by
    • the spiritual leaders of mankind, admitting to the mind a formula that
    • — and letting such a formula really live in the heart and experience,
    • form of his prayer will be but a means of rising to higher spiritual realms
    • each soaking up a part of it. What had been a uniform mass of water is
    • flowed into human nature to form its eternal part, consists of name, of
    • physical body. What was formerly in us is now somewhere else,
    • formerly he drew in what he needed from the universe, as a single drop in
    • In this form of salutation, man concerns himself with the deepest
    • All formulas for meditation in the world's great religious societies
    • Not at all; rather, the great wise men have adopted these prayer forms
    • form of prayer was born of this great knowledge; and the great Initiate
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    • Meditating in even the simplest way upon one of the formulas pronounced by
    • the spiritual leaders of mankind, admitting to the mind a formula that
    • — and letting such a formula really live in the heart and experience,
    • form of his prayer will be but a means of rising to higher spiritual realms
    • each soaking up a part of it. What had been a uniform mass of water is
    • flowed into human nature to form its eternal part, consists of name, of
    • physical body. What was formerly in us is now somewhere else,
    • formerly he drew in what he needed from the universe, as a single drop in
    • In this form of salutation, man concerns himself with the deepest
    • All formulas for meditation in the world's great religious societies
    • Not at all; rather, the great wise men have adopted these prayer forms
    • form of prayer was born of this great knowledge; and the great Initiate
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    • life. In the wisdom revealed by life, man forms the seed of his next
    • which we have nothing in the future are those we perform out of true,
    • before deeds can be performed from which nothing is to be gained for
    • from which we have nothing in the future are those we perform out of
    • performing deeds of love from which there is nothing to be gained for
    • Lack of interest in the world is egoism in its grossest form.
    • that Christ performs the Deed by which men are drawn back to the Gods.
    • down to the earth to perform His Deed here, and men are the onlookers
    • the super-sensible world; Christ's Deed was performed in material
    • life through this Deed — a Deed performed, not out of egoism but
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    • life. In the wisdom revealed by life, man forms the seed of his next
    • which we have nothing in the future are those we perform out of true,
    • before deeds can be performed from which nothing is to be gained for
    • from which we have nothing in the future are those we perform out of
    • performing deeds of love from which there is nothing to be gained for
    • Lack of interest in the world is egoism in its grossest form.
    • that Christ performs the Deed by which men are drawn back to the Gods.
    • down to the earth to perform His Deed here, and men are the onlookers
    • the super-sensible world; Christ's Deed was performed in material
    • life through this Deed — a Deed performed, not out of egoism but
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    • I may remind you first of what I said in former lectures here
    • and underwent by day and while awake, as though they were to form a
    • form of human consciousness — we call ourselves an ‘I,’ this
    • Bearing all this in mind, we only see this outer form of man aright if
    • the detail of its form; look at the rest of the body in its human
    • form. I do not look at it truly if I describe it as a reality — as a
    • between death and a new birth, and also — more in picture-form
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    • I may remind you first of what I said in former lectures here
    • and underwent by day and while awake, as though they were to form a
    • form of human consciousness — we call ourselves an ‘I,’ this
    • Bearing all this in mind, we only see this outer form of man aright if
    • the detail of its form; look at the rest of the body in its human
    • form. I do not look at it truly if I describe it as a reality — as a
    • between death and a new birth, and also — more in picture-form
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    • was performed for them. It really seems as if that simple, loving joy could
    • we have just seen, were performed for people who could experience them
    • the connection between the human soul and the forms of the eternal. Further
    • flames as if from a crater we can see the forms of the flying devils.
    • the spiritual world keep their childish form.
    • with the forms of children borne by angels into the land of the blessed. In
    • the same way we must see in the form of the innocent child the Being that
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    • was performed for them. It really seems as if that simple, loving joy could
    • we have just seen, were performed for people who could experience them
    • the connection between the human soul and the forms of the eternal. Further
    • flames as if from a crater we can see the forms of the flying devils.
    • the spiritual world keep their childish form.
    • with the forms of children borne by angels into the land of the blessed. In
    • the same way we must see in the form of the innocent child the Being that
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    • lectures form part of Steiner's remarkable public lecture series
    • the blood flowing from the cut forms the words: “Oh man,
    • undergo a peculiar transformation with regard to the whole conception
    • form what the occult investigation of today is revealing to us with
    • flourished. It is an axiom which forms the fundamental principle of
    • when you gaze upon a human countenance, you must not stop at the form
    • before the first tendency toward blood formation becomes apparent. The
    • groundwork for the formation of blood, with all its attendant system
    • and from this natural science has rightly concluded that the formation
    • attaining to the condition in which the world was before the formation
    • of blood, is it ready to perform this crowning act of evolution
    • the former, by hearing them thus applied to new and special cases. To
    • shape and form are concerned, is but a part of the complete Human
    • just as I am. All that there is in the world must conform to my
    • “feeling” may exist, an image must be formed within the
    • in the first place, that which has crystallized into form as man's
    • body, that living Force which exists behind the visible form.
    • that substance into living sap. What is it that transforms the
    • living configuration, a living form.
    • that which the etheric body has transformed into living substance is
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    • lectures form part of Steiner's remarkable public lecture series
    • the blood flowing from the cut forms the words: “Oh man,
    • undergo a peculiar transformation with regard to the whole conception
    • form what the occult investigation of today is revealing to us with
    • flourished. It is an axiom which forms the fundamental principle of
    • when you gaze upon a human countenance, you must not stop at the form
    • before the first tendency toward blood formation becomes apparent. The
    • groundwork for the formation of blood, with all its attendant system
    • and from this natural science has rightly concluded that the formation
    • attaining to the condition in which the world was before the formation
    • of blood, is it ready to perform this crowning act of evolution
    • the former, by hearing them thus applied to new and special cases. To
    • shape and form are concerned, is but a part of the complete Human
    • just as I am. All that there is in the world must conform to my
    • “feeling” may exist, an image must be formed within the
    • in the first place, that which has crystallized into form as man's
    • body, that living Force which exists behind the visible form.
    • that substance into living sap. What is it that transforms the
    • living configuration, a living form.
    • that which the etheric body has transformed into living substance is
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    • form of modern science. It wishes to draw our attention to epochs of human
    • was to look out for suitable human bodies formed out of the material, the
    • from the heavenly worlds could still form and shape their bodies.
    • change of its form; there will be a change to some extent, but not a very
    • was at that time able to transform his outward form and he possessed this
    • capacity of transformation was far less conspicuous, although they also
    • and they could only transform it gradually. The animals could transform
    • forms. To-day, we are still able to move our hands and our face can still
    • change expression, but in a certain way the bodily form has grown firm
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • forms in accordance with man's inner nature. In the case of an evil-minded
    • something which allows it to be transformed. But even the etheric body
    • has taken on rigid forms from the Atlantean epoch onwards, up to our
    • rigid, solid forms from the fifth post-Atlantean epoch onwards, into the
    • forms penetrate into the physical body, will assert itself very strongly.
    • whatever during the sixth epoch, our bodily form will then obtain its
    • that have taken on the most rigid forms. Thus, even the earth and its
    • real prophets. At the present time, that peculiar formation of the
    • transformable. Strong measures, quite different and far stronger
    • tremendously earnest thoughts. A good way of transforming the dreams of
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    • form of modern science. It wishes to draw our attention to epochs of human
    • was to look out for suitable human bodies formed out of the material, the
    • from the heavenly worlds could still form and shape their bodies.
    • change of its form; there will be a change to some extent, but not a very
    • was at that time able to transform his outward form and he possessed this
    • capacity of transformation was far less conspicuous, although they also
    • and they could only transform it gradually. The animals could transform
    • forms. To-day, we are still able to move our hands and our face can still
    • change expression, but in a certain way the bodily form has grown firm
    • and hard. The animal forms are however quite hardened, so that their
    • forms in accordance with man's inner nature. In the case of an evil-minded
    • something which allows it to be transformed. But even the etheric body
    • has taken on rigid forms from the Atlantean epoch onwards, up to our
    • rigid, solid forms from the fifth post-Atlantean epoch onwards, into the
    • forms penetrate into the physical body, will assert itself very strongly.
    • whatever during the sixth epoch, our bodily form will then obtain its
    • that have taken on the most rigid forms. Thus, even the earth and its
    • real prophets. At the present time, that peculiar formation of the
    • transformable. Strong measures, quite different and far stronger
    • tremendously earnest thoughts. A good way of transforming the dreams of
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    • form of nervousness. Another is one in which people do not know what
    • that may finally be expressed in various forms of disease that simulate
    • thought in mind that I have put it in a particular spot. Then I will form a
    • consciously into connection with the deed he does, and also that he forms
    • occult foundation of every form of cramp or convulsion. Here the
    • practicing for fifteen minutes a day to pay attention to the way he forms
    • The etheric body can be strengthened by performing another exercise, in
    • way he walks, moves his head, laughs, etc. In short, he should try to form
    • and let this, rather than what he has done to us, form a basis for our
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    • form of nervousness. Another is one in which people do not know what
    • that may finally be expressed in various forms of disease that simulate
    • thought in mind that I have put it in a particular spot. Then I will form a
    • consciously into connection with the deed he does, and also that he forms
    • occult foundation of every form of cramp or convulsion. Here the
    • practicing for fifteen minutes a day to pay attention to the way he forms
    • The etheric body can be strengthened by performing another exercise, in
    • way he walks, moves his head, laughs, etc. In short, he should try to form
    • and let this, rather than what he has done to us, form a basis for our
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • never proceed within the human organism in the same form in which they
    • in nature; but he transforms it immediately in his organism —
    • That results then in the various forms of the illness treated by medicine
    • humanity because these various forms of illness are known everywhere.
    • What develops is known as the various forms of migraine. In order to
    • understand migraine in its various forms we must comprehend this
    • activity in the lower body. If they break through then such forms of
    • And just as we can point to two especially characteristic forms of illness,
    • so can we point to other forms of illness which always develop when an
    • extraordinarily interesting property. Its form in nature is such that certain
    • in the human organism and how they take on all kinds of forms of forces
    • to briefly sketch for you what is inherent in these forms of activity. These
    • organism it takes on forms of the kind which I have just explained to you.
    • where the plastically active forces, for example, the cell-forming forces
    • occur. These are the forces which round out the cells, which form the
    • an etheric body — a body of formative forces, an astral and an ego
    • the formative force body, and on the other, between the ego and the astral
    • formative force body, for they separate every night.
    • astral body. Instead of transforming itself into metabolic activity, it
    • of the effect of that which lies in the silicic acid formation process. Thus
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    • never proceed within the human organism in the same form in which they
    • in nature; but he transforms it immediately in his organism —
    • That results then in the various forms of the illness treated by medicine
    • humanity because these various forms of illness are known everywhere.
    • What develops is known as the various forms of migraine. In order to
    • understand migraine in its various forms we must comprehend this
    • activity in the lower body. If they break through then such forms of
    • And just as we can point to two especially characteristic forms of illness,
    • so can we point to other forms of illness which always develop when an
    • extraordinarily interesting property. Its form in nature is such that certain
    • in the human organism and how they take on all kinds of forms of forces
    • to briefly sketch for you what is inherent in these forms of activity. These
    • organism it takes on forms of the kind which I have just explained to you.
    • where the plastically active forces, for example, the cell-forming forces
    • occur. These are the forces which round out the cells, which form the
    • an etheric body — a body of formative forces, an astral and an ego
    • the formative force body, and on the other, between the ego and the astral
    • formative force body, for they separate every night.
    • astral body. Instead of transforming itself into metabolic activity, it
    • of the effect of that which lies in the silicic acid formation process. Thus
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    • transformed at any moment into sensation and feeling, enabling us to
    • other formalities complied with. The uniform rate of postage known
    • After the uniform system of postage stamps had been devised, the
    • thought must say to himself, “If I can formulate thoughts about things,
    • this ability to form exact pictures, especially of successive events, so that
    • be easily believed that if he forms exact inner images of succeeding
    • Now, to the extent we abstain from arbitrary thinking and simply form
    • day. We do not go any further but clearly picture his act and try to form
    • an image of what he may do, imagining that the next day he will perform
    • Whenever something is understood, we try to form a thought picture of
    • preferring one method over another but we should refrain from forming
    • able to form a different, or at least a more thorough decision than could
    • ourselves without forming any definite conclusions, and we then should
    • causes are known can a correct judgment be formed. In this case it might
    • then forms a concept of what lives in them. Excluding himself and
    • to be quite impossible. His concept “ape” will never transform
    • transformation into man a possible conception.
    • that make this or that statement valid and possible if he has formed the
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    • transformed at any moment into sensation and feeling, enabling us to
    • other formalities complied with. The uniform rate of postage known
    • After the uniform system of postage stamps had been devised, the
    • thought must say to himself, “If I can formulate thoughts about things,
    • this ability to form exact pictures, especially of successive events, so that
    • be easily believed that if he forms exact inner images of succeeding
    • Now, to the extent we abstain from arbitrary thinking and simply form
    • day. We do not go any further but clearly picture his act and try to form
    • an image of what he may do, imagining that the next day he will perform
    • Whenever something is understood, we try to form a thought picture of
    • preferring one method over another but we should refrain from forming
    • able to form a different, or at least a more thorough decision than could
    • ourselves without forming any definite conclusions, and we then should
    • causes are known can a correct judgment be formed. In this case it might
    • then forms a concept of what lives in them. Excluding himself and
    • to be quite impossible. His concept “ape” will never transform
    • transformation into man a possible conception.
    • that make this or that statement valid and possible if he has formed the
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    • pointed out in former lectures, precede the awakening of the Ego in
    • of its nature and form. (There are exceptions in the animal world, but
    • about because, during the Earth development, the Spirits of Form
    • have had the form of an angel, took on human form (not of flesh, but a
    • human etheric form). In the super-earthly region Jesus of Nazareth is
    • to be found as an etheric angel-form. Through permeation with the
    • Christ he then assumed etheric human form. Thereby something new
    • man, the physical earthly human form, into whom streamed the force of
    • destruction which must have overtaken him had not the Formative Force,
    • form-giving force, which was able to stream into mankind because of
    • being the human etheric form as the result of that permeation.
    • Spirits of Form poured themselves into man and permeated him, and
    • heights through that which the Spirits of Form poured into him, and we
    • will consider how he has transformed himself from a dumb into a
    • connected with the former — that he would only have been capable of
    • which, through the working of the cosmic forces into the whole form
    • they erected the enigmatic Sphinx with its dumb, granite form which
    • had to be said to mankind. In the forming of the word-movement lies
    • to the Ego-consciousness is to form ideas, to think. This power of
    • on such forms as live within him — forms such as that which flowed
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    • pointed out in former lectures, precede the awakening of the Ego in
    • of its nature and form. (There are exceptions in the animal world, but
    • about because, during the Earth development, the Spirits of Form
    • have had the form of an angel, took on human form (not of flesh, but a
    • human etheric form). In the super-earthly region Jesus of Nazareth is
    • to be found as an etheric angel-form. Through permeation with the
    • Christ he then assumed etheric human form. Thereby something new
    • man, the physical earthly human form, into whom streamed the force of
    • destruction which must have overtaken him had not the Formative Force,
    • form-giving force, which was able to stream into mankind because of
    • being the human etheric form as the result of that permeation.
    • Spirits of Form poured themselves into man and permeated him, and
    • heights through that which the Spirits of Form poured into him, and we
    • will consider how he has transformed himself from a dumb into a
    • connected with the former — that he would only have been capable of
    • which, through the working of the cosmic forces into the whole form
    • they erected the enigmatic Sphinx with its dumb, granite form which
    • had to be said to mankind. In the forming of the word-movement lies
    • to the Ego-consciousness is to form ideas, to think. This power of
    • on such forms as live within him — forms such as that which flowed
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    • spiritual science without forming ourselves into groups, but simply by
    • within these worlds. In the spiritual world, the work performed by
    • has, on the one side, to cultivate a particular form of culture and of
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • Collective beliefs that exist in so many forms today among the various
    • his whole form must pass into the spiritual world. He thinks
    • matter of course will accept as science only such forms of knowledge
    • earth in the sixth epoch of civilization. In our groups we perform
    • higher form of community, founded in the freedom of love among
    • particularly striking form, especially among the civilized Greeks, a
    • hovers before us as a high ideal a form of community that will so
    • the forces now within them in an elementary form. The mission of
    • salvation lies in the Russian nature and in the Russian form of life
    • at all, for it is the old form of group soul existence. If it
    • continued it would be a Luciferic group soul, a form of life that has
    • remained at an earlier stage, whereas the form of group soul life that
    • preserve in an external form, namely, an old Luciferic-Ahrimanic form
    • which brotherhood prevails. That other form of community would like to
    • group soul, or for conformity. But this striving for life in a group
    • a form of existence, how the soul is transformed in death into another
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    • spiritual science without forming ourselves into groups, but simply by
    • within these worlds. In the spiritual world, the work performed by
    • has, on the one side, to cultivate a particular form of culture and of
    • which the form of external life belonging to the next epoch of culture
    • Collective beliefs that exist in so many forms today among the various
    • his whole form must pass into the spiritual world. He thinks
    • matter of course will accept as science only such forms of knowledge
    • earth in the sixth epoch of civilization. In our groups we perform
    • higher form of community, founded in the freedom of love among
    • particularly striking form, especially among the civilized Greeks, a
    • hovers before us as a high ideal a form of community that will so
    • the forces now within them in an elementary form. The mission of
    • salvation lies in the Russian nature and in the Russian form of life
    • at all, for it is the old form of group soul existence. If it
    • continued it would be a Luciferic group soul, a form of life that has
    • remained at an earlier stage, whereas the form of group soul life that
    • preserve in an external form, namely, an old Luciferic-Ahrimanic form
    • which brotherhood prevails. That other form of community would like to
    • group soul, or for conformity. But this striving for life in a group
    • a form of existence, how the soul is transformed in death into another
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    • to be reformative. The spiritual scientist is obliged to state the
    • various functions the body has to perform, we see that man utilizes
    • must be stressed. The body permeated by the ego performs an action
    • various animals forms. If one were to picture all the individual
    • who abandons the task of fat formation by eating meat will notice
    • perform functions that we otherwise would have to produce through
    • weakest possible form the animalistic process brought forth by the
    • The wrong food can easily transform us into what
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    • to be reformative. The spiritual scientist is obliged to state the
    • various functions the body has to perform, we see that man utilizes
    • must be stressed. The body permeated by the ego performs an action
    • various animals forms. If one were to picture all the individual
    • who abandons the task of fat formation by eating meat will notice
    • perform functions that we otherwise would have to produce through
    • weakest possible form the animalistic process brought forth by the
    • The wrong food can easily transform us into what
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    • center of the view found in the cultic rituals performed by the priests in
    • that belongs to it as a mere metamorphosis, a transformation, of ancient
    • to Egypt and how he then became active in another form, namely, from out of
    • different form during our fifth post-Atlantean age. Humankind must
    • the mysteries of the Egyptian priests in a form appropriate to our own age,
    • time. We cannot lose the Christ and what he, in a higher form than Osiris,
    • renewed, then it must not simply follow the old form — Osiris, killed by
    • then human beings see their picture of the world in a luciferic form. How
    • appear again in his spiritual form during the course of the twentieth
    • souls arises in which all forms of envy and the like disappear, and in which
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    • center of the view found in the cultic rituals performed by the priests in
    • that belongs to it as a mere metamorphosis, a transformation, of ancient
    • to Egypt and how he then became active in another form, namely, from out of
    • different form during our fifth post-Atlantean age. Humankind must
    • the mysteries of the Egyptian priests in a form appropriate to our own age,
    • time. We cannot lose the Christ and what he, in a higher form than Osiris,
    • renewed, then it must not simply follow the old form — Osiris, killed by
    • then human beings see their picture of the world in a luciferic form. How
    • appear again in his spiritual form during the course of the twentieth
    • souls arises in which all forms of envy and the like disappear, and in which
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    • according to the time of year it will form a chrysalis (pupate), at another
    • season it will emerge and shed its chrysalis-form, at another time lay its
    • history, and which will form a whole within the long planetary development
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • human race, of this or that century. And just as, for a lower form of life,
    • or animal — of what grew there, took form, and unfolded within them. This
    • richly diverse in form and colour, and sounding with inner music — this
    • of forms, diversity, and constant flux, this world that trembled with
    • is always dependent on the subhuman. What was seen by that high form of
    • With their non-intellectual form of knowledge they could only grasp the
    • development than he could in former ages.
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    • according to the time of year it will form a chrysalis (pupate), at another
    • season it will emerge and shed its chrysalis-form, at another time lay its
    • history, and which will form a whole within the long planetary development
    • more conscious form. Yet we find that man, in spite of his higher soul-life
    • human race, of this or that century. And just as, for a lower form of life,
    • or animal — of what grew there, took form, and unfolded within them. This
    • richly diverse in form and colour, and sounding with inner music — this
    • of forms, diversity, and constant flux, this world that trembled with
    • is always dependent on the subhuman. What was seen by that high form of
    • With their non-intellectual form of knowledge they could only grasp the
    • development than he could in former ages.
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    • for a refined form of higher egotism. It would actually be a severe
    • separate individualities the whole of humanity forms a unity. One will
    • earth. We definitely belong to this earth organism. We form a part of the
    • In the future the moral awareness of human beings will form itself in this
    • advance to other stages of development. Man in his present form has
    • arisen with the earth in its present form. When through the study of
    • is present in a state of spirit and soul will proceed to form itself into
    • the Christ into themselves will exist in a finer form on Jupiter, the
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    • for a refined form of higher egotism. It would actually be a severe
    • separate individualities the whole of humanity forms a unity. One will
    • earth. We definitely belong to this earth organism. We form a part of the
    • In the future the moral awareness of human beings will form itself in this
    • advance to other stages of development. Man in his present form has
    • arisen with the earth in its present form. When through the study of
    • is present in a state of spirit and soul will proceed to form itself into
    • the Christ into themselves will exist in a finer form on Jupiter, the
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    • and form the power of Inspiration. And the forces that in bygone times
    • remember is the same force that transforms the food we eat into the sort
    • and this bread is transformed inside your body into the sort of substance
    • understanding. And these are the same forces that also form our head. So
    • seventh year. They are bodily processes that are formed by the circulating
    • fact actual transformations of bodily organs are brought about;
    • same force that transforms food into substances man needs for his
    • be transformed in man, like for instance the force with which we
    • reform everything, even revolutionize them. But if you talk to these
    • admit quite honestly to a particular conviction about reforming things.
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    • and form the power of Inspiration. And the forces that in bygone times
    • remember is the same force that transforms the food we eat into the sort
    • and this bread is transformed inside your body into the sort of substance
    • understanding. And these are the same forces that also form our head. So
    • seventh year. They are bodily processes that are formed by the circulating
    • fact actual transformations of bodily organs are brought about;
    • same force that transforms food into substances man needs for his
    • be transformed in man, like for instance the force with which we
    • reform everything, even revolutionize them. But if you talk to these
    • admit quite honestly to a particular conviction about reforming things.
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    • independence, but that social forms provide a balance to this
    • reforms and the like when he has never learned those things which we
    • It is therefore tremendously important that those things which form
    • acquired consciously in working with one's soul forces, while formerly
    • areas. Of course we cannot immediately take in hand the reform of the
    • must be done so that social life and forms are consciously established
    • people form. They do not provide any opportunity for people to get to
    • forms part of us could not be there at all unless this or that person
    • of man. All thinking about social forms can bear no fruit if we do not
    • structures of humanity, people fancy that the same social form, based
    • cannot simply create identical forms at will all over the globe. This
    • thoughts, even if the aesthetic shaping has a logical form. It is
    • thoughts of value appear in dialectical form, shaped by an aesthetic
    • strives for aesthetic form, which can become untrue, an illusion, a
    • truth of these things. I will tell you of a formula which was
    • forms, but in His present form He wishes to help humanity realize that
    • where hatred forms a foundation for love as in the cry, “Workers of
    • manner — and which is tragic to behold in its true form. But you will
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    • independence, but that social forms provide a balance to this
    • reforms and the like when he has never learned those things which we
    • It is therefore tremendously important that those things which form
    • acquired consciously in working with one's soul forces, while formerly
    • areas. Of course we cannot immediately take in hand the reform of the
    • must be done so that social life and forms are consciously established
    • people form. They do not provide any opportunity for people to get to
    • forms part of us could not be there at all unless this or that person
    • of man. All thinking about social forms can bear no fruit if we do not
    • structures of humanity, people fancy that the same social form, based
    • cannot simply create identical forms at will all over the globe. This
    • thoughts, even if the aesthetic shaping has a logical form. It is
    • thoughts of value appear in dialectical form, shaped by an aesthetic
    • strives for aesthetic form, which can become untrue, an illusion, a
    • truth of these things. I will tell you of a formula which was
    • forms, but in His present form He wishes to help humanity realize that
    • where hatred forms a foundation for love as in the cry, “Workers of
    • manner — and which is tragic to behold in its true form. But you will
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    • restrictions by cultivating a form of spiritual life fundamentally
    • of an alien form of culture. This Greek culture was a cover for the
    • straightforward way. The transformation of the old impenetrable
    • Thus the economic sphere and the political sphere, the former coloured
    • shows unmistakably how Roman influences in the form of jurisprudence
    • influence of human thinking and feeling, to take the form that is
    • they yield to these thoughts; they prefer to have them in the form of
    • receptiveness of people to a form of soul-life entirely foreign to
    • with an outworn form of Greek culture, and this was the source of all
    • former ages and modern times as regards the living side-by-side of
    • had formerly depended entirely upon the way in which the souls
    • sympathetically attracted by the bodily form and constitution of the
    • forms over the earth. Truly, man is not simply the being he appears
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    • restrictions by cultivating a form of spiritual life fundamentally
    • of an alien form of culture. This Greek culture was a cover for the
    • straightforward way. The transformation of the old impenetrable
    • Thus the economic sphere and the political sphere, the former coloured
    • shows unmistakably how Roman influences in the form of jurisprudence
    • influence of human thinking and feeling, to take the form that is
    • they yield to these thoughts; they prefer to have them in the form of
    • receptiveness of people to a form of soul-life entirely foreign to
    • with an outworn form of Greek culture, and this was the source of all
    • former ages and modern times as regards the living side-by-side of
    • had formerly depended entirely upon the way in which the souls
    • sympathetically attracted by the bodily form and constitution of the
    • forms over the earth. Truly, man is not simply the being he appears
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    • ALL the formulae of a devotional or petitionary character, wise saws,
    • particular aspect in that some practiced prayer more in the form of
    • members exercises in meditation, definite formulae of a devotional
    • concentrate upon these formulae they feel that divine spiritual life
    • merged with the divine Ground. These formulae, however, belong to the
    • of mind, this attitude of surrender must form the undercurrent, the
    • become magical formulae, instruments of idolatry, and in the epoch
    • formulae — all of which had their particular significance in their
    • place of origin — were in common use. These magic formulae were
    • forms the ocean-bed between Europe and America. Atlantis was destroyed
    • drop of this water. The drops which had previously formed an integral
    • lower nature and transformed it, and in the process of this
    • transformation raised itself to a higher level, we call the higher
    • means of which man transforms in gradual stages his lower nature into
    • transforms his astral body, through the force of Buddhi he transforms
    • spiritualize these three bodies. Formerly, man consisted of the four
    • Buddhi, a vital spark of this creative principle. In the form of
    • the body continually transforms. It is only through the processes of
    • renewed by the transformation of these physical substances. He is an
    • explained by the fact that the astral body is the bearer of the former,
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    • ALL the formulae of a devotional or petitionary character, wise saws,
    • particular aspect in that some practiced prayer more in the form of
    • members exercises in meditation, definite formulae of a devotional
    • concentrate upon these formulae they feel that divine spiritual life
    • merged with the divine Ground. These formulae, however, belong to the
    • of mind, this attitude of surrender must form the undercurrent, the
    • become magical formulae, instruments of idolatry, and in the epoch
    • formulae — all of which had their particular significance in their
    • place of origin — were in common use. These magic formulae were
    • forms the ocean-bed between Europe and America. Atlantis was destroyed
    • drop of this water. The drops which had previously formed an integral
    • lower nature and transformed it, and in the process of this
    • transformation raised itself to a higher level, we call the higher
    • means of which man transforms in gradual stages his lower nature into
    • transforms his astral body, through the force of Buddhi he transforms
    • spiritualize these three bodies. Formerly, man consisted of the four
    • Buddhi, a vital spark of this creative principle. In the form of
    • the body continually transforms. It is only through the processes of
    • renewed by the transformation of these physical substances. He is an
    • explained by the fact that the astral body is the bearer of the former,
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    • WE HAVE BEEN studying how the living form of man, his soul and his
    • life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
    • rise into our consciousness inasmuch as we can form mental concepts
    • when we are walking; but we can see ourselves stepping forward. We form
    • to expression in the form of feeling, surge upwards. We know that
    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
    • forms of art or of nature, or in sympathies and antipathies connected
    • give rise to persecution mania in all its forms. When feelings of
    • and persecution mania in all forms is nothing but superabundant,
    • it comes to expression in the form of negative judgments, judgments of
    • This, then, is a purely mental, concept-forming activity, which can be
    • concept-forming activity but it is still our own. What takes place
    • forms give expression to sympathetic affirmation or antipathetic
    • form which denies the sun.
    • the forms of the ancient wisdom, upon preserving for humanity those
    • ancient memorials which Christianity, assuming a material form for the
    • Christianity in Rome in its rigid, mechanical forms. In the
    • Constantine, in giving an externalized form of Christianity to the
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    • WE HAVE BEEN studying how the living form of man, his soul and his
    • life; everything experienced by the soul in the form of pricks of
    • rise into our consciousness inasmuch as we can form mental concepts
    • when we are walking; but we can see ourselves stepping forward. We form
    • to expression in the form of feeling, surge upwards. We know that
    • sympathies and antipathies aroused by different forms of life, by
    • forms of art or of nature, or in sympathies and antipathies connected
    • give rise to persecution mania in all its forms. When feelings of
    • and persecution mania in all forms is nothing but superabundant,
    • it comes to expression in the form of negative judgments, judgments of
    • This, then, is a purely mental, concept-forming activity, which can be
    • concept-forming activity but it is still our own. What takes place
    • forms give expression to sympathetic affirmation or antipathetic
    • form which denies the sun.
    • the forms of the ancient wisdom, upon preserving for humanity those
    • ancient memorials which Christianity, assuming a material form for the
    • Christianity in Rome in its rigid, mechanical forms. In the
    • Constantine, in giving an externalized form of Christianity to the
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    • perform is truly free.
    • This means that in order to form a judgment we do not merely pass in
    • performing the action — all this lives in me in no other way than do
    • birth or conception, and itself forms and organises the body. In
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    • This means that in order to form a judgment we do not merely pass in
    • performing the action — all this lives in me in no other way than do
    • birth or conception, and itself forms and organises the body. In
  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
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    • How the single organs, the form and functions of the body have been
    • the spiritual prototype, the spirit-form of his physical body. The
    • form an idea that harmonizes strictly with it and thus is true, or,
    • forms an idea that is not in accordance with the fact, it is as if he
    • We acquire the etheric body (or body of “formative forces”) only a
    • the etheric body of formative forces. Whereas Truth is connected with
    • more perfectly we represent the human form, say, in sculpture or
    • with love for the beautiful, this too forms a bond with pre-earthly
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    • How the single organs, the form and functions of the body have been
    • the spiritual prototype, the spirit-form of his physical body. The
    • form an idea that harmonizes strictly with it and thus is true, or,
    • forms an idea that is not in accordance with the fact, it is as if he
    • We acquire the etheric body (or body of “formative forces”) only a
    • the etheric body of formative forces. Whereas Truth is connected with
    • more perfectly we represent the human form, say, in sculpture or
    • with love for the beautiful, this too forms a bond with pre-earthly
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    • Thus what we may call the secret of Christianity is given form in
    • mathematical forms and reckoning to them, we are spreading out again
    • a dreamlike condition, they perceived what was happening in the form
    • form at the time when the Mystery of Golgotha occurred. But all this
    • in many shapes and forms to-day. For Jahve was once rightly worshipped
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    • Thus what we may call the secret of Christianity is given form in
    • mathematical forms and reckoning to them, we are spreading out again
    • a dreamlike condition, they perceived what was happening in the form
    • form at the time when the Mystery of Golgotha occurred. But all this
    • in many shapes and forms to-day. For Jahve was once rightly worshipped
  • Title: Lecture: Woman and Society (Die Frauenfrage)
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    • everyday life, and which since then, has transformed the whole of our
    • all the opinions in this area that have been formed out of theory
    • differing opinions people have tried to form a view concerning the
    • than was ever formerly the case in the public world, Spiritual
    • volumes of The Secret doctrine give information on almost all
    • one will see how far the latter surpasses the former. Thus it is a
    • Outside are the forces which form the dead stone and are the
    • forces would never crystallise themselves into a life form if they
    • were not formed principally by that which permeates every living body
    • these’ — for he has transformed his astral body. And it
    • has been transformed even more by such a personality as Schiller, and
    • part transformed by the ‘I’, we call Spirit-Self or
    • transformations of your astral body. But now think how little in most
    • etheric body is gradually transformed.
    • individuality. The human soul forms for itself a body with two poles,
    • just as a magnet does. It forms for itself a masculine and a feminine
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    • everyday life, and which since then, has transformed the whole of our
    • all the opinions in this area that have been formed out of theory
    • differing opinions people have tried to form a view concerning the
    • than was ever formerly the case in the public world, Spiritual
    • volumes of The Secret doctrine give information on almost all
    • one will see how far the latter surpasses the former. Thus it is a
    • Outside are the forces which form the dead stone and are the
    • forces would never crystallise themselves into a life form if they
    • were not formed principally by that which permeates every living body
    • these’ — for he has transformed his astral body. And it
    • has been transformed even more by such a personality as Schiller, and
    • part transformed by the ‘I’, we call Spirit-Self or
    • transformations of your astral body. But now think how little in most
    • etheric body is gradually transformed.
    • individuality. The human soul forms for itself a body with two poles,
    • just as a magnet does. It forms for itself a masculine and a feminine
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • have also called the body of formative forces — and physical body.
    • Earth-evolution and the spirits of Form who direct it. Fundamentally
    • to all the Hierarchies participated in the formation of the three
    • In this domain it is extremely difficult even to formulate a concrete
    • individual human being — these Beings form pictures in man's
    • astral body. Under the guidance of the Spirits of Form (Exusiai) the Angels
    • form pictures. Unless we reach the level of Imaginative Cognition we
    • do not know that pictures are all the time being formed in our astral
    • of the Spirits of Form. The Spirits of Form are obliged, to begin
    • reality in a humanity transformed.
    • Through the Angels, the Spirits of Form are already now shaping these
    • pictures in our astral body. The Angels form pictures in man's astral
    • forming these pictures the Angels work on a definite principle,
    • That is the one principle in accordance with which the Angels form the
    • later, but it is bound to form part of the evolutionary process. It
    • have to be performed in the etheric body while man himself was not
    • be the outcome if the Angels were obliged to perform this work without
    • the sexual life would arise in a pernicious form instead of
    • brotherhood in any form whatever on the earth, and would rather induce
    • can never grow clear about these things. If a form of medicine
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    • have also called the body of formative forces — and physical body.
    • Earth-evolution and the spirits of Form who direct it. Fundamentally
    • to all the Hierarchies participated in the formation of the three
    • In this domain it is extremely difficult even to formulate a concrete
    • individual human being — these Beings form pictures in man's
    • astral body. Under the guidance of the Spirits of Form (Exusiai) the Angels
    • form pictures. Unless we reach the level of Imaginative Cognition we
    • do not know that pictures are all the time being formed in our astral
    • of the Spirits of Form. The Spirits of Form are obliged, to begin
    • reality in a humanity transformed.
    • Through the Angels, the Spirits of Form are already now shaping these
    • pictures in our astral body. The Angels form pictures in man's astral
    • forming these pictures the Angels work on a definite principle,
    • That is the one principle in accordance with which the Angels form the
    • later, but it is bound to form part of the evolutionary process. It
    • have to be performed in the etheric body while man himself was not
    • be the outcome if the Angels were obliged to perform this work without
    • the sexual life would arise in a pernicious form instead of
    • brotherhood in any form whatever on the earth, and would rather induce
    • can never grow clear about these things. If a form of medicine
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • the form of moral impulses.
    • in the form of ‘anthroposophical history’ in the communications
    • the most, in the form of outer historical records kept by some secret
    • dependent on the outer form of speech, or spoken words. They did not
    • course, did not assume the form of a problem formulated in a
    • that have formed Saturn, the Sun, the Moon and finally the Earth. If
    • have said: We can form the Earth out of Saturn, Sun and Moon. But if
    • for us, higher hierarchies, to form the Earth in such a way that it
    • designate that which existed in the form of an esoteric Christianity,
    • living development, but the form in which it reached a later mankind
    • past, in the spiritual form which I have described. Then, this was
    • through a weaker form of life when nothing was known of death;
    • their knowledge of the divine worlds in the form of images and inner
    • formed by our intellect, a creative, living activity inspite of all.
    • awakened into life in the form of moral impulses, and thus be led to
    • man in the form of images, in order to form a thread leading from the
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    • the form of moral impulses.
    • in the form of ‘anthroposophical history’ in the communications
    • the most, in the form of outer historical records kept by some secret
    • dependent on the outer form of speech, or spoken words. They did not
    • course, did not assume the form of a problem formulated in a
    • that have formed Saturn, the Sun, the Moon and finally the Earth. If
    • have said: We can form the Earth out of Saturn, Sun and Moon. But if
    • for us, higher hierarchies, to form the Earth in such a way that it
    • designate that which existed in the form of an esoteric Christianity,
    • living development, but the form in which it reached a later mankind
    • past, in the spiritual form which I have described. Then, this was
    • through a weaker form of life when nothing was known of death;
    • their knowledge of the divine worlds in the form of images and inner
    • formed by our intellect, a creative, living activity inspite of all.
    • awakened into life in the form of moral impulses, and thus be led to
    • man in the form of images, in order to form a thread leading from the
  • Title: Mathematics and Occultism
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    • hover over innumerable, manifold sense-perceptible forms. When I think
    • and of which the concrete form is a mere representation. I could learn
    • sense-perceptible form leads me beyond itself; it can only be for me a
    • of geometrical forms and arithmetical relations of numbers, then he is
    • than that by reducing to mathematical formulae all natural
    • only after I have reduced it to mathematical formulae. To express by
    • such formulae the processes presented to the senses is the ideal of
    • mathematical formulae only what can be described and constructed
    • sense-perception in form, to formless thought. The idea of a triangle,
    • of a circle, etc., is still qualified by form, even though this form
    • is limited by finite form to that which does not yet possess any form,
    • but which contains within itself the possibility of form-creation,
    • forms of plants with the accuracy and clearness of mathematical
    • formula a multiplicity of single cases, so does Goethe seek for the
    • formless protoplant, and he endeavours to derive therefrom the actual
    • plant-forms just as the mathematician gets from an equation the
    • special forms of lines and surfaces. In these realms Goethe's trend of
    • plans by which the Occultist works upon the qualitative forms of life
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    • hover over innumerable, manifold sense-perceptible forms. When I think
    • and of which the concrete form is a mere representation. I could learn
    • sense-perceptible form leads me beyond itself; it can only be for me a
    • of geometrical forms and arithmetical relations of numbers, then he is
    • than that by reducing to mathematical formulae all natural
    • only after I have reduced it to mathematical formulae. To express by
    • such formulae the processes presented to the senses is the ideal of
    • mathematical formulae only what can be described and constructed
    • sense-perception in form, to formless thought. The idea of a triangle,
    • of a circle, etc., is still qualified by form, even though this form
    • is limited by finite form to that which does not yet possess any form,
    • but which contains within itself the possibility of form-creation,
    • forms of plants with the accuracy and clearness of mathematical
    • formula a multiplicity of single cases, so does Goethe seek for the
    • formless protoplant, and he endeavours to derive therefrom the actual
    • plant-forms just as the mathematician gets from an equation the
    • special forms of lines and surfaces. In these realms Goethe's trend of
    • plans by which the Occultist works upon the qualitative forms of life
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    • were thefts, based on stenographic notes taken during a performance
    • form. One of these investigators is Eugen Reichel, who thinks to
    • that the plays, in the form in which they now exist, are able to
    • was proved by a performance of “HENRY V” at the
    • while they were enjoying the performance. He then became supervisor of
    • when performed in the poorest way.
    • informed on currently applicable copyright laws.
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    • were thefts, based on stenographic notes taken during a performance
    • form. One of these investigators is Eugen Reichel, who thinks to
    • that the plays, in the form in which they now exist, are able to
    • was proved by a performance of “HENRY V” at the
    • while they were enjoying the performance. He then became supervisor of
    • when performed in the poorest way.
    • informed on currently applicable copyright laws.
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    • performances, so that the texts did not completely correspond to
    • have existed in quite a different form. One of these researchers
    • opinions are contradicted by the fact that the plays, in the form
    • performance of  Henry V under the direction of
    • flight of his fantasy, his sudden transformations in the action,
    • of the visitors while they were enjoying the performance. He then
    • performed badly.
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    • have existed in quite a different form. One of these researchers
    • opinions are contradicted by the fact that the plays, in the form
    • performance of  Henry V under the direction of
    • flight of his fantasy, his sudden transformations in the action,
    • of the visitors while they were enjoying the performance. He then
    • performed badly.
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    • explain the confluence of Life and Form out of the cooperation of Good
    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • from form to form. Life has fashioned the lily, then Life overcomes
    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • would be no forms if Life were not obstructed and arrested in its
    • forces which stream out in every direction. Form grows precisely out
    • example in the Christian Mystics.) The form is nothing else than the
    • surrendered its Life to the Form. (The old offices of the state were
    • poured into the old Form. What was formerly Life, later becomes Form
    • The fructification of Manes is today the Life of men. The Form is what
    • evolution was the Life of men. Now this is its outer shell, its form.
    • In the confluence of Life and Form, the other is given at the same
    • Christianity. Christianity will appear in its perfected form in the
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
    • Christianity and lives in all forms and confessions. Whoever seeks the
    • Christian Life will find it. It creates Forms and shatters Forms. But,
    • in addition, a form for the Christian Life of the Sixth Root Race must
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    • explain the confluence of Life and Form out of the cooperation of Good
    • and Evil. Life becomes form through finding opposition. It does not
    • all at once express itself in a form. Only consider how Life hurries
    • from form to form. Life has fashioned the lily, then Life overcomes
    • the Form and it passes over into the seed out of which a new form will
    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
    • itself. Life is everywhere. The limited form is the hindrance. There
    • would be no forms if Life were not obstructed and arrested in its
    • forces which stream out in every direction. Form grows precisely out
    • example in the Christian Mystics.) The form is nothing else than the
    • surrendered its Life to the Form. (The old offices of the state were
    • poured into the old Form. What was formerly Life, later becomes Form
    • The fructification of Manes is today the Life of men. The Form is what
    • evolution was the Life of men. Now this is its outer shell, its form.
    • In the confluence of Life and Form, the other is given at the same
    • Christianity. Christianity will appear in its perfected form in the
    • Life as such overcomes every Form. It propagates itself through
    • Christianity and lives in all forms and confessions. Whoever seeks the
    • Christian Life will find it. It creates Forms and shatters Forms. But,
    • in addition, a form for the Christian Life of the Sixth Root Race must
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    • upon the formation of the head, faculty of memory upon the
  • Title: Man as a Being: Introduction
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    • “The right to form a judgment on the content of such privately
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    • ego, what we see first is the human form; we know that we ourselves
    • have such a form, that in us this form harbours an ego, and so we
    • conclude that there is also an ego in this other human form which
    • Now these senses, which in essentials form a link between the outer
    • pictorial form, we then proceed to apply to what we see. Nor can there
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    • of warmth and the sense of sight are all experiences of the former
    • now they were forming their judgments from experience. But they were
    • humanity believes that it forms an unprejudiced judgment, whereas the
    • the fourth century, will form his judgments about the relations of man
    • be able to form opinions about man's relation to intellectuality; he
    • will not be able to form any opinion about his relation to
    • the ideas that formed the content of the Gnosis. Hence arose the
    • to a formula. The argument as to whether the Son is of the same nature
    • All this formed the transition to the pure intellectualism which was
    • both ill-informed and foolish, for as soon as he begins to speak of
    • the doctrine of the uniform origin of both body and soul through birth
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    • these ideas are even made to cover the plants. The scientists form an
    • idea of what birth is, or what death is, just as one forms an idea of
    • reality of man, not from some idea we have formed of the
    • We form our ideas about memory in somewhat the same way. It is
    • connection between the child's memories and his formation of concepts
    • you will see that his formation of concepts is very dependent upon
    • important, to see how the concepts that the child forms depend
    • concepts he forms. On the other hand, it will easily be seen that the
    • constituted, whether the formation of his blood, the nourishment of
    • form concepts and ideas more easily.
    • perception, that the child forms concepts; but that the faculty of
    • memory, interwoven as it were with the formation of concepts, develops
    • very individual manner of memory-formation, how it differs in children
    • growth as a whole and formation of the power of memory.
    • Now I have said on earlier occasions that the formation of the head
    • transformed body (apart from the head) of the previous earth-life, but
    • especially the transformed metabolic-limb system; or what to-day is
    • metabolic-limb man is transformed during the life between death and
    • rebirth into the head-formation of the next earthly life. One must of
    • forms and forces.
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    • into colour and form the very nature and being of Christianity itself —
    • mankind in colours and forms of rarest loveliness. We see, thus following
    • association with the great Cosmic Healers, he transforms for his
    • transformation of the human heart.
    • forms, preparing through art and through poetry the true Michael mood of
    • Worlds, which can transform the Logos of the Worlds into the Logos of
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    • into colour and form the very nature and being of Christianity itself —
    • mankind in colours and forms of rarest loveliness. We see, thus following
    • association with the great Cosmic Healers, he transforms for his
    • transformation of the human heart.
    • forms, preparing through art and through poetry the true Michael mood of
    • Worlds, which can transform the Logos of the Worlds into the Logos of
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    • actions are performed by us. (Spiritually considered, of course, the
    • these kingdoms are present in quite a different form. They are not
    • present in the spiritual world in the form in which we know them here,
    • particles, is formed out of the Cosmos. For we ourselves prepare this
    • without further thought in the case of an egg forming within the hen.
    • But when the egg is forming within the hen the whole Cosmos is, in
    • physical form.
    • had been no Earth life we should be unable to form links with human
    • formed on Earth,
    • In what I have now told you, you have as it were the fundamental form
    • described. That is one form of knowledge of the spiritual world. The
    • difficulties than the first form of knowledge, which is easy to
    • Strange and grotesque as it may seem, the whole form of intercourse to
    • form of intercourse is exceedingly difficult. The dead are always
    • form of intercourse. On the physical plane we think that when anything
    • to explain how the head, in its physical form, can only be understood
    • aright when it is conceived as a complete transformation of the other
    • two forms of pain: egotistical pain in regard to the old, a pain
    • remembrance should take a more universal form, giving the child, who
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    • actions are performed by us. (Spiritually considered, of course, the
    • these kingdoms are present in quite a different form. They are not
    • present in the spiritual world in the form in which we know them here,
    • particles, is formed out of the Cosmos. For we ourselves prepare this
    • without further thought in the case of an egg forming within the hen.
    • But when the egg is forming within the hen the whole Cosmos is, in
    • physical form.
    • had been no Earth life we should be unable to form links with human
    • formed on Earth,
    • In what I have now told you, you have as it were the fundamental form
    • described. That is one form of knowledge of the spiritual world. The
    • difficulties than the first form of knowledge, which is easy to
    • Strange and grotesque as it may seem, the whole form of intercourse to
    • form of intercourse is exceedingly difficult. The dead are always
    • form of intercourse. On the physical plane we think that when anything
    • to explain how the head, in its physical form, can only be understood
    • aright when it is conceived as a complete transformation of the other
    • two forms of pain: egotistical pain in regard to the old, a pain
    • remembrance should take a more universal form, giving the child, who
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    • its sculptures, those great, ideal, and perfect human forms described
    • which are still preserved; we see forms clothed with the toga, which
    • belonging to the Roman Republic that one feels as if the ideal forms
    • fleshly form upon the physical plane. The spirit had come completely
    • the form of the Pyramids and the Temple change to that of the Roman
    • need only call up this figure before our eyes in the wonderful form
    • a crowd of angelic forms. Let us now allow our feeling to be
    • from the woman. No! These wonderfully delicate angel-forms we see in
    • fleeting angel-forms, which seems as if brought down from the clouds
    • characteristic form of architecture! We must exert ourselves mentally
    • Egyptian priest felt according to his form of religion. Later we shall
    • expressed in the Egyptian form of religion was very profound; it was
    • spiritual forms just as he now sees fleshly forms. He saw Baldur,
    • as their densest form transparent etheric bodies. When at night man
    • forms; and when in the morning he again drew into his physical body he
    • formed between this spiritual part and the earthly world; we must form
    • what is earthly, we can see how kamaloka with its mysterious forms
    • the physical head. In animals this formation has remained to the
    • may be seen towering upwards as a form of light above the horse's nose
    • and still possessed a somewhat lower animal form.
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    • form a clear conception of the two extremes which have to be
    • the patient perceived etheric forms in the spiritual world, and the
    • forms, and the priest, because of the power he possessed through his
    • today), was able to control the entire sleep. He formed and fashioned
    • appeared before the sleeper, as if by magic, those forms which at one
    • forms — concerning which the various peoples still possessed a
    • For example, let us take the simple conception 3 x 3=9. Children form
    • as it was formerly in the hands of the Egyptian priests; at that time,
    • etheric forms; among whom we once lived, when we were able to be
    • possessed a far more impermanent, a far softer form; his body was
    • vapours. In this man lived as a true airy form, and the currents
    • surrounding the earth passed in and out of him. Man's form was almost
    • form, only the form of man at that time was firmer and more defined.
    • sphere around him. That was the form of reproduction at a time when
    • before him those primeval forms which were fertilized, not from their
    • lay in the temple-sleep beheld the form of her who was the mother of
    • the companions of such forms as floated around them, and they brought
    • ancient forms in an abnormal way, as in temple-sleep, the pictured
    • has no mortal raised, for she is the form which was there when death
    • sexless self-propagating human forms was perceived as a masculine
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    • live, and which forms the centre of our studies.
    • earth and sun still formed one body up to our own day. We saw also
    • the mere material physical being of which the outer senses inform us,
    • similarly formed animals have one “ I ,” or ego, in common.
    • world. In order that you may form an idea of such a group-ego imagine
    • there these continuations meet together and form the garment or
    • must imagine this entire form as hollowed out, that it resembles a
    • peculiarly formed rays. Picture to yourselves forms of light, or rays,
    • clairvoyantly you see this physical form surrounded by the light of
    • ray-formations which extend endlessly in all directions into space.
    • by the light-forms of the etheric body, these rays of light appear to
    • is a centre in himself, a “man-centre.” Plants form a wider
    • centre; taken together they form an “earth-centre”; and the
    • egos of minerals form the circumference of the earth-sphere. Wherever
    • solidification, and formation of the mineral earth, in order that man
    • the sun formed one body. Man was already there though he lived under
    • will know that everything he eats is the external form of something
    • densest form had only an etheric body. Those figures which have
    • body completely. Man will then have formed a higher principle, this
    • body, which has been transformed by the ego.
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  • 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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    • substance, in spite of the fact that no solid form endures in this
    • in it in continually changing forms, although it is not possible to
    • physical body is in a form not represented by any solid, clearly
    • Angelic Beings dwelt in water it is preferably that form of water
    • of Form. It is they who give form to everything around us. Wherever
    • things are seen with a distinct form this is due to the activity of
    • Form is still higher. We shall best understand what this is if we
    • human beings. As if from a higher kingdom, the Spirits of Form have
    • Spirits of Form have the task of working on the earth as a whole,
    • encounter the Spirits of Form.
    • of Form on the earth, and these are called, according to Christian
    • principle ruled upon the Ancient Sun, as the Spirits of Form rule upon
    • of Form. All these Hierarchies are continually in some sort of
    • Form, whom we look up to and reverence as very exalted Beings, passed
    • of fire; but the Spirits of Form no longer require our planetary
    • Spirits of Form tore from the earth its finer substances; in this way
    • outside. In the sunlight the spiritual nature of the Spirits of Form
    • of Form, etc. Only the germ of man dwelt in this globe, as yet he had
    • this globule becomes oblate, how drops break from it, how these form
    • gradually formed that which today we know as our planetary system.
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  • 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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    • evolution of humanity, are the Spirits of Form. They are the Beings
    • leader of the Spirits of Form remained with the earth, and later
    • sent down their forces to us with the light — the Spirits of Form
    • condition of the Sun spirits. They form a very important group of
    • The first rudiments of the physical body were formed as far back as on
    • gaseous; if you imagine his physical body formed only of warmth, such
    • ancient Saturn. But that body was not formed as it is now, it had only
    • the most rudimentary germs of a form. This was particularly the case
    • You must not imagine this body of warmth as being uniform or
    • “felt out” warmth formations. The whole of Saturn consisted
    • of forms of warmth alone, and these were the original foundations of
    • Saturn changed into the Sun formation. Externally it is the case that
    • now. Let us try to form an idea, if only a rough one, of the physical
    • in-breathed air, which in effect forms an image of the whole human
    • air and the warmth in mind. You then have in imagination a form before
    • and its activity. If you observed the form of this in-breathed air and
    • form man had at the middle of the Sun period.
    • these, currents of gas which form the physical body, how does the
    • form of warmth it begins to shine. Hence upon the Sun the physical
    • condition of rest. On the material side the airy formation condensed
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  • 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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    • Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
    • The Spirits of Form as regents of earthly existence. Participation of the Luciferic beings. The formation of race.
    • of Form, or Exusiai as they are called in Christian esotericism, are
    • matter is contained in the fact that these Spirits of Form worked in
    • substances, they left the earth and formed a new field for their
    • What do we mean when we say: “The Spirits of Form are the special
    • the Spirits of Form, of whom Jehovah is one, were active even at that
    • Motion giving him an astral body on the Moon, did the Spirits of Form
    • astral body within himself could the Spirits of Form give him what we
    • now know as the human form. The form you are able to observe in your
    • development before man could rise to his present noble form. If asked
    • why the Spirits of Form could not set to work on Saturn we must reply:
    • the Sun, formed one planet of a very fine substance. The Spirits of
    • Form were even then active, working slowly and gradually at the human
    • certain conclusion, when the human form was, in a way, finished. This
    • received a form essentially the same as he has today. Before then his
    • etheric body is nowadays approximately the same in size and form as
    • Spirits of Form had completed the construction of his form. So long as
    • man had not received the completed physical form, the form he was to
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  • 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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    • middle of the Atlantean epoch that the true human form appeared. In
    • form of man was very mobile; not only could he move his limbs as at
    • or bad his external shape assumed a different form. It was impossible
    • external bodily form immediately expressed it, therefore man appeared
    • and thoughts? They are the shapes of animals. When we observe the form
    • imparted at once to the soft body (which was really only formed out of
    • forms and fell behind in evolution. Anyone who looks with really
    • all these forms, for in my inner being I experienced the qualities
    • nature only, and take on no external form. This is what man's higher
    • not the same form as that in which they appeared in past ages, for
    • time in man's outward form, giving him the semblance of a lion, that
    • this form then hardened, and the genus lion originated. Since that
    • same form as at that time. The present lion is the descendant of a
    • We must not, however, imagine that all the animal forms we see around
    • forming the various animal-like shapes.
    • it as religious knowledge. The Egyptian form of religion contained as
    • of the Atlantean epoch the present human form was only gradually
    • Form; the totality of what we find in man today was first formed
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • way to form a clear idea of what in Spiritual or Occult Science is
    • the same form as upon earth, but we do discover that each planet, each
    • receiving into him the Christ-Principle; the material form of a planet
    • arranged according to the highest wisdom so as to form a support
    • ingrained in everything that exists on earth, had to take form
    • love, had to be in its lowest form. This happened during the Lemurian
    • love in its lowest form began through the separation of the sexes. All
    • form, a feeling of “belonging to each other” which,
    • lower creations, and will thus transform the earth. In a far distant
    • future he will transform the entire substance of the earth, and so
    • Animal forms on the various planetary existences are partly alike and
    • 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
    • those forms of the mineral kingdom through which the light passes, to
    • forms at present the foundation of our life, is the mineral. It has a
    • Though he is adapted, through his outward form, to the conditions of
    • as sense perception is of the earth, so also is the form of
    • consciousness has remained in our power to form memory pictures. These
    • consciousness plants have, but in a sleeping form. If one rises to
    • tones which give it form, and give to the fruit its character. The sun
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  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • gradually acquired his present form; we will now extend our study of
    • around him he at the same time gained that form of self-consciousness
    • relationship of man to the universe we must try to form a conception,
    • category of divine beings experience all they had formerly been able
    • the Greeks represent in many artistic forms as the Satyr, the Hermes,
    • Formerly we had connection with the spiritual world, but we have
    • world; they felt all the forms they had previously seen were like a
    • its complete form; this only came later, but those who were the most
    • being conscious of our ego. In short, the consciousness of a formless
    • God was now evolved, a God who does not appear in outward form, but
    • which is a very old one, was transformed in the course of man's
    • There, where God is formless, man strove to form an idea of Him and to
    • Now, there was formed within the third age of civilization a small
    • Christ has not only come once, but only once in personal form; His
    • exactly the same (in an external, symbolic, yet true form) as in the
    • coming of Christ, held most firmly to the conception of a formless
    • remember an old form. This people with its Jehovah-religion became in
    • hence the idea of the power of the formless God spread through all the
    • How could this God first obtain a form that could be comprehended by a
    • Southern Europe another group was being formed. Certain men had come
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  • 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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    • though tinted by passing through coloured glass, so the Christ-form
    • the full depth of meaning of this formula but it is important to
    • the direct way. Certain spiritual beings, those who had formerly been
    • appeared as in the ordinary course of events, where a form is provided
    • that is able to again transform the bones that is, to lead men
    • form before he could recognize Him, for he could no longer penetrate
    • expression of what Christ can be to a transformed world when in the
  • 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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    • The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
    • They tried at that time to preserve the physical form of man, and this
    • form is thus preserved the soul after death is still connected in a
    • certain way with the form it bore during life. Thought-forms are
    • called up in the soul, these cling to the sensible form, and when the
    • these thought-forms endure.
    • form which demonstrates certain things symbolically. The close union
    • of spirit — the formative human spirit — and the physical
    • form had not yet been completed. We see this with special clearness in
    • the Atlantean etheric human form. In its physical form the Sphinx
    • in the forms of Greek plastic art; and the moral life, the destiny of
    • consciousness so as to re-appear in a newer, higher form through the
    • say: That spiritual form which was preserved in men's minds as Osiris
    • forms than races. While it is true that the races have arisen through
    • on the earth today were incarnated formerly in Egyptian bodies and
    • the unconscious memory of it that impelled him to renew, in a form
    • materialistic form, as the Copernican theory.
    • Sphinx, that wondrous, enigmatic form which later became the Sphinx of
    • that the Sphinx is built up from that human form which on the physical
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    • The Spirits Of Form As Regents Of Earthy Existence. Participation Of
    • The Luciferic Beings. The Formation Of Race.
    • Animal Forms — The Physiognomical Expression Of Human Passions.
    • The Reversing Of Egyptian Remembrance Into Material Forms By Way Of
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    • Science, Class I. ¶ No person is qualified to form a
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Introduction by Marie Steiner
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    • The cycle of lectures now appearing in book form was given by Rudolf
    • the Rosicrucian spiritual aims; the motive of the column-forms
    • necessary to waken an understanding of the changed form in which this
    • wisdom was now to be given, and to show how such forms are subject to
    • Formerly his task was to complete the education of the personality,
    • adherents of other forms of belief and satisfy the longings of western
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    • through Cognition that we form a picture of the
    • the highest formulations of the intellect.
    • have long dwelt down below take form for the first
    • the form of an impulse towards discovery.
    • through our intellect or any form of mental
    • clothed in conceptual definitions or formulations,
    • have formerly made, and also the differentiations
    • when we form concepts of it. Only when we transform
    • the concepts and ideas they formulate for
    • into a conceptual form: then they may influence
    • with the crucifixion; with that form of death which,
    • not appeared in an altered form. The Evangelists
    • Christ appeared in this altered form. But they also
    • should not complain because they are not uniform.
    • man, He sent forth the Spirit in the form of the
    • transformation which such psychic exercises mean for
    • transformed through Imaginations which work with
    • had to form an Imagination of Babylon and the plain
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    • through Cognition that we form a picture of the
    • the highest formulations of the intellect.
    • have long dwelt down below take form for the first
    • the form of an impulse towards discovery.
    • through our intellect or any form of mental
    • clothed in conceptual definitions or formulations,
    • have formerly made, and also the differentiations
    • when we form concepts of it. Only when we transform
    • the concepts and ideas they formulate for
    • into a conceptual form: then they may influence
    • with the crucifixion; with that form of death which,
    • not appeared in an altered form. The Evangelists
    • Christ appeared in this altered form. But they also
    • should not complain because they are not uniform.
    • man, He sent forth the Spirit in the form of the
    • transformation which such psychic exercises mean for
    • transformed through Imaginations which work with
    • had to form an Imagination of Babylon and the plain
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    • Their Jubilee Year as the expression of formative powers of the soul.
    • The human organism, results of prenatal formative powers. The dual
    • The transformation of the physical body into the head of the next
    • Memory and habit as metamorphoses of former spiritual experiences that
    • The allocation of the whole human form to the cosmos. Technical
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    • foundation for Social Forma — lecture 3)
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    • forms that are born out of the womb of spiritual science. However
    • to us in the maya form of a woman. If less were mixed in, then the
    • is a genius. One reforms the whole world daily. This applies to
    • with a programme he had formulated. Beforehand, he had announced to a
    • caricature-like form, that the plant is the embodiment of
    • distorted form. What, then, is actually going on here? One needs to
    • brain does not function in the way it has been formed to function, the
    • being like butter, or wax. A properly formed human brain allows the
    • unaltered. But this brain has not retained the form proper to a human
    • formed. Then it would have been right for the ideas to press into the
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    • Their Jubilee Year as the expression of formative powers of the soul.
    • morning, but we cannot say that we will see a certain cloud formation
    • rediscovered in some form in mankind. So we would expect to find these
    • two spheres of nature expressed in some human form, one which exhibits
    • sphere that formed the vault of the heavens. Much later it was
    • formed. Out there live beings for whom one revolution of Mercury is
    • cosmos, which means that cosmic forms were inscribed in the soul. This
    • begin to make their appearance in the forms I have described to you,
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    • the skeleton that hang down from the head, form the basis for the life
    • incarnation. If one loses sight of this, one forms a false picture of
    • expressed in the form of the human body, with its head that is
    • I mean the form that it acquires; and the way the head is formed
    • the form of the body, a human being is a product of Uranus and Gaia:
    • sight is informed by a deeper knowledge of the human being. With a
    • have said about Uranus and Gaia; it has the external form that it has
    • to influence the individual being and the human form in accordance
    • masculine. But it is not male; it is formed by Uranus in accordance
    • It is extraordinarily important to form a precise view of these
    • referring to forces, not to the outer form. You can let a person's
    • is nothing special. This refers to the outer form of the head, of
    • is transformed into the new head during the time between death and a
    • means of your head in this life are what will transform the forces of
    • for that purpose. The head you carry around now is the transformed
    • life. It is not only there in the transformation of a plant's leaves
    • head that is yet to come — your head is a transformed body.
    • transformation of our body. Wherever one looks deeply into the
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    • The human organism, results of prenatal formative powers. The dual
    • about how a person's head has actually been formed in the spiritual
    • the head is formed in the mother's body during the time of pregnancy;
    • it is mad to say that it is really formed during the long period
    • aforementioned assertions as a form of madness.
    • the human head, namely, the forces that form and shape it, are active
    • during the time in the mother's body; the matter takes on form in
    • accordance with these forces. The form of the head is not made there,
    • but the head that is built there is built according to the form that
    • matter comes into this form that it becomes visible for the first
    • of certain invisible formative forces. The forces connected with
    • inheritance also play into this, but the principal formative forces of
    • accordance with the magnet's invisible lines of force. The form of the
    • between death and a new birth, and how the formative forces that shape
    • of the body is formed by the forces in whose midst we live during the
    • strongly at all into the formative forces of the head. Its presence
    • purest form is wisdom. To the extent that it flows into the
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    • form of the expression, but you will understand what I mean.
    • his life. But even though the moral impulse is grasped in the form of
    • when he awakens. The words are not so bad in their present form, and
    • That formed a balefully grinning Medusa
    • ‘unimaginable blossoms with dead eyes that formed a balefully
    • That formed a balefully grinning Medusa
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    • The transformation of the physical body into the head of the next
    • fact that a human being is formed in an intricate way from the entire
    • what is now the rest of his body appears, transformed, as the head of
    • transformed into the forces of the head during our passage through the
    • next incarnation? How are the forces of our present body transformed
    • The transformation of our body into a head is hard to imagine at
    • first. We need to ask ourselves: How is this transformation possible?
    • death, we gradually accumulate wisdom. We employ it to form a picture
    • the very powers that transform our organism after death. That is to
    • say, they transform its forces into the forces of the head! This
    • person acquires is the transformation of the organism, exclusive of
    • acquire. In it surge and weave the forces that will transform our
    • led over after death to become the power that actually transforms our
    • becomes the power that will transform our organism. In a certain
    • infinitesimally little to take with them for the transformation of the
    • incarnation with a head formed from a body that had undergone very
    • little transformation. It would have an animal-like appearance, for
    • formative forces.
    • us, in the form of matters concerned with truth, for the purpose of
    • enabling the body of our present incarnation to be transformed into
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    • As regards their form, the senses of today are much more dead than
    • living relationship with the being that is forming the words, before I
    • being that is doing the thinking and forming the concepts. That
    • world. We now find processes that re-form what has been taken in from
    • outside — processes that transform and internalise it. To
    • characterise this re-forming, I would like to use the same expressions
    • formulate our own. The purely inner process that is the basis of the
    • re-forming of what we take in from outside us can be seen to be
    • One part of the secretion performed by organs of digestion separates
    • in air but, in so doing, all the blood-forming processes in us are
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    • Moon man was capable of transformation, of metamorphosis. Now, I have
    • concepts that can be transformed and metamorphosed, one into the
    • other hand, we do need the transformed sense of hearing, but in a form
    • spiritualised form it is the sense that most resembles the senses of
    • Spirit of Personality and an Archangel, or between a Spirit of Form
    • a form of awareness that is still subconscious in people of today: it
    • thoughts he forms under the influence of his inner zodiac-one
    • of forming imaginations that are part of our day-time consciousness,
    • transformation of hearing — which is already a relatively
    • kinetic energy in the form of warmth conveyed to the places where it
    • accidentally formed — irregular surfaces fit together so
    • take effect and the two grow together to form one compact mass.
    • smooth surface covers the former tracks of the hare as if it had never
    • Forms would take shape with apparent spontaneity. But we would have no
    • ahead, possibly be? Can the sudden appearance of a form and its
    • gradual transition into formlessness be the ultimate goal? No, and no
    • into a conceptual form that is accessible to the understanding of
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    • of disseminating information, either. Aristotle could discuss certain
    • noted that there is a form of regression that revives the dreamlike
    • into the visionary state of Old Moon is a form of illness.
    • sustained by the human organisation in its present, earthly form. The
    • impinge on the sense processes, are transformed into life processes
    • dead state and transformed into something living: you still see, but
    • warming and nourishing unite to form an inner association with one
    • Secretion, growth, maintenance and reproduction are united to form a
    • takes place. The sense-zones are transformed into regions of life, the
    • thought and the sense of physical touch must be wholly transformed,
    • speech, or the sense of word. Through it, we obtain information about
    • we listen to straightforward information, we will not be able to
    • reason, Schiller says that the person who conforms to the necessities
    • finds it in what occurs when a person forms something aesthetically
    • formed into something that ceases to be material and instead lives and
    • conceptual form, however, and the longing could not be satisfied. And,
    • They conform exactly to a
    • it, bringing spiritual science to mankind in a form that is
    • After he had taken it, the former owner did not possess it as before,
    • had earned once. A trial was conducted. The former possessor of the
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    • work in the whole process of knowledge, and forms the basis of the
    • form or another and there was much speculation about it. People said:
    • some [form] of sensation, and beyond the sensations nothing objective is
    • forming judgements? Sensations are all that one has to go on-and Mach
    • it again and again and certain information contained in the book has
    • gives me information about certain things. But when I take a really
    • more letters. I have really been an ass to believe that information
    • the world. Human knowledge has lost the power to formulate any
    • is available. But we have formed the judgement: The sun rises every
    • form are useful. But there can be no talk of whether they are true or
    • incapable of forming true or false concepts in the way they used to
    • do, although they still persist in forming them. The atom is a
    • higher concepts we form about reality are, fundamentally, fictions of
    • break down and for truth to be measured against life. Formerly it was
    • If, truth is the most comfortable form of error. For, although
    • forms of thought that, as such, are merely internally logical. I will
    • show you one of these internally logical thought-forms.
    • sufficient just to form a logical concept, or a logical idea. There is
    • nevertheless, it is not a concept that would be formed by someone who
    • resulting emancipation of abstract thinking has led to the formation
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    • Memory and habit as metamorphoses of former spiritual experiences that
    • memory, in the form in which we develop it in our physical, earthly
    • Moon in the form that we have them on Earth. On Old Moon we possessed
    • neither memory nor the ability to form habits — not in the
    • earthly form they have today. If you observe human development from
    • souls perform them more mechanically.
    • originate in us. And so, acquiring the capacity to form habits is also
    • They are transformations of quite other conditions in the spiritual
    • world. Memory is a transformation of the way imaginative dream
    • transformed from a more outward power, which involved interaction with
    • the world, into a more inward power. As it was transformed into an
    • transformations of modes of activity in the spiritual world, so also
    • which are transformations of what we have acquired here in the
    • characterising memory and habit as the results of transformations, as
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    • lecture. Memory, in the form in which it appears in the present
    • consciously experienced in the manner in which one was formerly able
    • into this world through the gates of birth — not in the form in
    • kinds of conscious life: the consciousness of Old Moon, with the form
    • of memory we described, and the form of consciousness that belongs to
    • the help of normal, healthy human reason, and that one can form a
    • feeling that every thought must be formulated immediately. But the
    • But people today like to formulate their thoughts quickly — do
    • order to formulate thoughts with undue haste but, rather, so that we
    • long time at the stage of searching for a form. One should postpone
    • formulating thoughts until responsibility has been taken for the facts
    • responsibility for whatever one formulates as a truth. Especially in
    • can become exactly the opposite of the truth when it is formulated too
    • they will continue to formulate abstract ideals — just thoughts
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    • The allocation of the whole human form to the cosmos. Technical
    • to say, to a different form of the world — from that in which
    • discuss. Remember how the external human form led us to a description
    • the next incarnation when it will have undergone a transformation. The
    • transformation of the whole body — namely of the body of the
    • whole head must serve a single sense. A second sense will be formed
    • transformed in the next incarnation. A third sense will be formed from
    • lacking, or are included in a form very different from the form in
    • exists. And we will find that this formation is always present, no
    • its present form. And however could it have developed through purely
    • entirely impossible for man, in his present form, to live. A man
    • former happened in the Lemurian period, the latter, in the Atlantean
    • celebrity, they have been transformed and seem to believe the whole
    • whether an idea he has formulated is in accordance with reality.
    • says. And when this kind of thing is going on, he helps by formulating
    • occultism, provided that this form of initiation has not awakened in
    • In both cases things are achieved that ideas, formed solely on the
    • Thus, today, when truths are nevertheless formed on a subjective basis
    • form of consciousness that is wrong, the other brings about falsehood
    • accordance with the facts; they simply form them in accordance with
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    • human head and all that pertains to it is a transformation, a
    • metamorphosis. The head is a transformation and reconstruction of the
    • forces that are capable of transforming it into nothing but a head, a
    • has nothing to do with the formation of our own thoughts. Something
    • formation of our own thoughts.
    • do with the formation of our own speech or with our ability to speak.
    • form of a human being really does function as an organ of perception,
    •  I  — the whole of the human form at rest, with
    • others' thoughts. Think of yourself, not with regard to your form, but
    • human form is the organ of the sense of the ego. Ahriman is still hard
    • because the external world pushes against the periphery formed by the
    • original form, the nature of which I have just indicated, it would not
    • speech have been altered by ahrimanic influences from the form which
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    • some general conclusions by reviewing the picture they form as a
    • which we have become acquainted are not formed solely in accordance
    • in the formation of the collective human constitution. Now, we should
    • zodiac formed by the twelve senses. But luciferic and ahrimanic
    • Through ahrimanic influence, nourishment includes the forming of
    • towards cyst-formation, towards becoming ossified and sclerotic,
    • forming. It is due to luciferic influences that external reproduction
    • try, through spiritual science, to formulate ideas which are truly
    • Consider the life process. To begin with, it forms the whole out of
    • needs to do more than just manifest his completed form through the
    • physical being — the very fact that we possess a human form
    • why the truths were formulated in such verses. I have chosen a
    • they also form associations in order to manage one thing and another
    • Atlantean Epoch, someone formulated the ideas that introduced
    • for the materialism of Atlantis to be formulated in the head of an old
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    • proclaimed in new forms and new ways, for the requirements of humanity
    • This anthroposophical annunciation is new only in respect of its form;
    • difference between the former and the present annunciation is that the
    • Apart from all exterior historical forms, this Rosicrucian Society
    • knows that whatever is formed from the elements grows and decays; and
    • this applies not only to his bodily form but also to his temporal
    • in a renewed form and in greater measure than humanity hitherto
    • its supreme form as the Logos Himself. The God who was as though
    • human form in Jesus of Nazareth. That was the course of evolution: out
    • too, traversed. The former leaders who had shared in the general
    • at his birth a man is formed approximately in accordance with the
    • life no more than conformed with outer circumstances. A man must build
    • reincarnating Ego necessarily overshadows the physical form to a
    • greater extent than with an ordinary man. Whereas the physical form of
    • the spiritual form (the human aura), the initiate's aura is radiant.
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    • Caesar. Caesar's actions, inasmuch as they were performed on the
    • form, there is a fragmentary poem on Nausicaa. We have only a
    • in the form of a spiritual being; he was present in the earliest ages
    • effect of the grade of initiation he attained in his former
    • to which his former efforts had raised him. In his former incarnation
    • fruits of his former efforts; life, as it were, approaches him from
    • outside and he may possibly experience the results of his former
    • incarnation in quite a different form. Thus it may happen that a
    • affects him in such a way that the wisdom he had formerly acquired for
    • himself now reappears, so that he now again stands where he formerly
    • repetition of his former stages of initiation, and draw forth from his
    • soul the high attainments to which he had formerly risen. Now, as we
    • form of a dove and united itself with Jesus of Nazareth — in that
    • it were, the outer form of the Godhead.
    • higher worlds in former incarnations, and showing how he prepared his
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    • spiritual science will form our starting point.
    • dwells in the human being. The nervous system has its present form and
    • also, in remote times, passed through other forms and other planetary
    • Earth as a planetary being. Precisely as man evolves from a former to
    • into the Earth. The old Moon is, as it were, a former incarnation of
    • physical body was there, though its form of existence was entirely
    • state, it became transformed into the old Moon. Here those parts of
    • uniformity during the Saturn and Sun development, the following event
    • The human form had an altogether different appearance from that of the
    • form of that time, it would appear most fantastic to you. Thus we find
    • it were, typical forms assumed by animal nature. There were therefore
    • development on the Moon lent form to these three types of animal-men,
    • finally of the old Moon. Sun, Moon, and Earth still formed one body;
    • Foremost among these, of course, were the beings who formerly had
    • forms, growing out of the soil, would have appeared on Earth. That was
    • beat it flat. But we can give it no form. We cannot form it until we
    • the departure of the moon. The Earth-beings could now be formed, and
    • in its present form. Let us consider this a little more closely.
    • beginning of the human physical body was formed. The physical human
    • form, as we see it today, first took shape on Saturn, as though
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    • through the former incarnations of our Earth — Saturn, Sun, and
    • spiritual nature, also detached themselves, as an older form of Sun
    • repetition of the former separation of the Sun. For a time we have the
    • everything spiritual in physical form and applies physical standards
    • human forms in embryonic state — much as a blackberry consists of
    • of themselves to form the first beginning of the human physical body.
    • formation of the physical human body. Then came other beings, not so
    • Personality could create no more on the Sun than formerly on Saturn: a
    • formed a kingdom inferior to the human kingdom; these were the
    • Personality performed their task on Saturn, and not on the Sun, there
    • the creations which now form our vegetable kingdom. On the Sun there
    • still formed part of the Earth) the mineral kingdom appeared in
    • now dug out in the form of coal was once a conglomerate of plants.
    • everything else which forms the solid groundwork of our Earth has been
    • formation was that there were still certain beings present who worked
    • mineral crust becomes increasingly dense and how all forms (including
    • the human forms) wither away. Even at that time a certain alternation
    • be sure, in its present form of existence, the plant consists of a
    • human beings and the Sun-beings, though the human form was as yet
    • impossible to form and shape the substances on the Earth. Speaking
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    • When man is considered in his present form, composed as he is of
    • same in size and form. The human head, especially, as it appears to
    • there is an enormous difference between the form and size of the
    • from the latter in form. If I were to sketch for you the formation
    • and astral bodies; he appeared, so to speak, in his first earthly form
    • souls abandoned the Earth, upon which only stunted human forms
    • form a sharply defined contour; the latter would have been bequeathed
    • subject matter to your will, because its present form is inherited.
    • This was not the case at that time. Man could assume any form at will;
    • he could cast the form as his soul willed. It was conditional to his
    • to use this refined matter for the formation of his body. This third
    • and fast, inherited form, but were flexible, the souls gradually
    • The forms, however, which became physical soon after the Moon's exit,
    • retained their fixed form through inheritance, and were therefore
    • the desire to descend to the Earth. Down below forms of every
    • description (the offspring of the forms which had survived the Moon
    • most plastic of the forms and abandoned them soon after. On the other
    • hardened forms, were imprisoned in them, and consequently remained
    • turned them into hard and fast forms before they were fully penetrated
    • by the etheric body. The human form, however, remained plastic until
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    • today as a last (often misunderstood) vestige of a former state,
    • quite a different way. Let us try to form an idea of the intercourse
    • another form, which may be described somewhat as follows.
    • passing from teacher to pupil, a new form of teaching was gradually
    • formerly been received into the oracles, so were they now admitted
    • former times. Through long periods of time we find such Mysteries in
    • is imparted in the form of spiritual science relates to the higher
    • joined that the former could be withdrawn with comparative ease, it
    • find his way. The form of initiation I have just described reached its
    • here on Earth. Now what was the essential condition in all forms of
    • personality, was to find the very beings whom he had formerly known as
    • other methods of striving for wisdom, and other forms were employed.
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    • risen from the water after the successfully performed rite, could say:
    • themselves in former incarnations to learn from individual
    • physical form and concludes, on the strength of modern methods of
    • first development of the physical form as he observes it at
    • physical and elaborates the results of a former incarnation. Now
    • coming from a former incarnation and operating in the human being,
    • forces in the soul, which issue from a former life; if these be
    • nature which we bring with us from a former life enters and organizes
    • it; how the Earth itself has undergone transformations, having passed
    • conceptions know that we have studied minutely the transformations of
    • forces of this (etheric) body. These forces were formerly not at the
    • to the world the Gospel of Christ in its profoundest form. An
    • When Christ was informed that Lazarus was ill, He replied: ‘The
    • of garnished and shrouded forms. This is necessary. For whoever
    • transformed into the John-individuality, in the sense of Christianity.
    • word, though the old forms, including the lethargy, were retained in a
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    • consciousness as the abnormal condition of former times. Now you must
    • advanced in maturity, through the sum of his experiences in former
    • performed a work of the highest significance. The Akashic record shows
    • form, then, could this astral body shape its thoughts? It adapted and
    • its forms of thought. In Persia they did not address the spirits that
    • from the Earth. We also remarked that the outer astral forms of these
    • forms here on the earth. There was the form of the ‘Bull-spirits’, the
    • the ‘Lion’ form, created for themselves a kind of image of what they
    • appeared in the form of Bull-spirits were particularly instructed in
    • God. So man descended to Earth and passed from earth-form to
    • earth-form. These initiates were especially interested in the
    • moment when they might have assumed human form. In the bird species we
    • spirits who rightly conformed with the trend of development — the
    • Christ-event. They had formerly possessed insight into the spiritual
    • true form. Out earlier vision, to which we ascended through the stages
    • of initiation, showed us a preliminary form for the Christ. Christ, it
    • And now let us understand, from this point of view, those whose former
    • former incarnations had been initiated into the Mysteries of the
    • was one of those who in former incarnations had lived chiefly within
    • initiation in addition to all the other initiations, in his former
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    • transformation of Lazarus into the writer of the Gospel of St. John.
    • a form of existence in which the gift of clairvoyance was a natural
    • more dependent on the ties of blood, was very different in former
    • character, but it has grown weaker. It will regain its former strength
    • were ready for such influences were more numerous in former times, no
    • Christ could not have performed His first miracle within the Jewish
    • people who cling to the old forms of life, the Ego remains ensconced
    • that force. At that moment He could perform no greater sign; the time
    • — that tie which is to form a link across to the others. She
    • transformed into another? But an ordinary interpretation will not here
    • former life. We are concerned with the fact that Christ poured into
    • event by the fact that the miracle was performed on the Sabbath.
    • itself to other souls; Christ could now appear in His own living form
    • were with Him on the mountain, to perform the miracle; — it now
    • enables them to see Christ and behold His very form, although they
    • His own form is now so distant that it can be beheld in the spirit.
    • understand this sign we must revert to the customary form of speech
    • incarnation through repeated lives on earth. It comes from a former
    • it was in a former life that he laid down the cause of his blindness
    • God in him proceeding from a former life should reveal themselves in
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    • former incarnations. This is the Christ-Being, who up to that time
    • spiritual form of the bony structure to become embodied in the
    • were able to incorporate the noble form of his bony structure into the
    • evolution that we find the same laws again, transformed and in a
    • higher form, at the end of Earth's evolution; but no vestige of
    • frame were not preserved. The form of the bony structure conquers
    • be described in the following words: The present form of his bony
    • incarnation of our planet; yet he would lose that form had not the
    • When an ordinary birth takes place, the fruits of a man's former
    • individuality who was there in former lives unites with the physical
    • appears in a reversed form. When a number is seen, for instance 345,
    • of Nazareth in the form of a dove. A spiritual principle appears as it
    • of Nazareth and the transformation already described took place, an
    • Nazareth became Virgin (due to the transformation of her inner organs
    • former times. Now it would be entirely wrong to conclude that
    • the people were not very greatly astonished by the sign performed at
    • performed by an initiate who dominated the fifth degree of initiation.
    • Thus the first of the signs performed by Christ Jesus, according to
    • relation to every form of egoism in His environment, so that the
    • as saying that the latter ‘stood there as a fleshly form in space,
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    • forming one whole. We have also seen that at night the physical and
    • contains the forces which lend form to the physical body. We see
    • a definite form from within, that is, from his spiritual parts. The
    • gives his physical body the definite form imprinted upon it by the Ego
    • handed down from former ages still holds sway in the human race. This
    • never be done. In pre-Christian times one form of outer strife was
    • differentiated form, in that which makes man an Ego. What then must
    • happened then was expressed in a formula which will sound strange to
    • seership. Had it sufficed to open the eyes, as formerly, through the
    • This did not exist formerly; the Deed of Christ Jesus first made it
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    • essentially different in form from that of the present day; we also
    • assumed their present form. The Atlantic period, especially in its
    • transformed in him and then leaving him, if he could see it at every
    • they formed themselves for him into something like a misty aura
    • formerly been seen by all men more or less. Legends and myths,
    • but the light of this wisdom had grown dimmer and dimmer. Formerly all
    • the transformation which humanity experienced in the nature of its
    • form of his physical body man would never fulfil his mission upon
    • it assumes the form of the etheric body, the incorruptible. And the
    • that the physical body, otherwise dedicated to death, is transformed
    • evolution of the world. But what must the external form have been?
    • different form, if the brain were influenced by the Christ-impulse.
    • conceptions they form, and the latter becomes ever poorer and poorer.
    • of Jesus of Nazareth had been transformed by Christ into precisely so
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    • For we have shown that this evolution of man in the form which it has
    • There was a time, therefore, in which sun, moon, and earth formed one
    • should appear to man, not in its true form, but as though it were only
    • the ancient wisdom which was his former heritage and which affirmed:
    • physical impressions were transformed into illusion and deception. Had
    • impressions the true form of the latter.’ I will mention one event to
    • hard for them to say to themselves: ‘The form in which this event
    • conclude that the form in which death presents itself to us is only
    • primal form of the spirit, to the source of all that is sensible and
    • divine Father-principle does not show itself in its true form; by
    • An event was to happen whereby the true form of death was made clearly
    • perceptible to him; the false form was to be extinguished and replaced
    • by the true form.
    • the true form for the false form of death.
    • done by one who wished to expel from the world this false form of
    • universal space, where there had formerly been none; so that we have
    • formation of a planet begins in the spiritual world. Every physical
    • force (being the first impulse for the transformation of the earth
    • which streams out into space. This force will form a sphere
    • creative and to form a spiritual ring round itself which, in time to
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    • that the form in which death appears to man in the physical world is
    • not its true form. The outer world, inasmuch as it must necessarily
    • appear subject to death, cannot present its true form; it cannot truly
    • Could he recognize the true form of things, he would be aware of the
    • spirit. Could he recognize death in its true form, he would see
    • itself. All previous forms of existence of our planet were of such a
    • retardative element formerly expelled by the divine spiritual Being
    • organs, but these were in embryonic form and only gradually hardened;
    • however, who were man's former companions rose ever higher. They would
    • than to preserve all beings on Earth in that form in which they are
    • striving to develop there, resemble and retain the physical form it
    • succeeded in making this being similar to its physical form, they
    • resemble the physical form which it inhabits, and make it forget, in
    • yet be allowed power over life.’ For the form which life would then
    • begin to wither, in order that a new plant form should emerge from the
    • otherwise mean annihilation) to be transformed into a seed of
    • everlasting selfhood. The true form of death was presented to mankind
    • Henceforth it is true that everything in the nature of the former
    • from the divine Father, but in a form in which it would lose itself;
    • of these words of Christ form for themselves thought-images which
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    • possible; these lectures may not conform to literary standards, but
    • we find that this portion constitutes a fairly uniform, mushlike
    • whorls develop here. They continue to form in an artful way. In other
    • just as wrong for me to say that the brain has formed these
    • child begins to utter sounds, this uniform mush is transformed into
    • consonants. First they form the sound A; then they add
    • out of their crying children gradually manage to form words by adding
    • form these consonants? All you need to do is to pay attention to how
    • imitation. The more the child moves beyond the vowels formed in mere
    • activity, forms the brain. Just as a carver shapes a piece of wood or
    • there. In other words, the L produces forms in which one
    • the ability to speak, it became possible to know that the formation
    • convolution, which is beautifully formed, as I said before. On the
    • formation of the brain.
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • surface, the left cerebral convolution would be more artfully formed;
    • right-handed child. How is the brain of such a child being formed?
    • coat, so to speak, of blood vessels. Then nerve tracts begin to form.
    • for the consonants are formed in the experience of the surroundings.
    • was unformed mush. The mountains first had to be pulled out of this
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    • possible; these lectures may not conform to literary standards, but
    • we find that this portion constitutes a fairly uniform, mushlike
    • whorls develop here. They continue to form in an artful way. In other
    • just as wrong for me to say that the brain has formed these
    • child begins to utter sounds, this uniform mush is transformed into
    • consonants. First they form the sound A; then they add
    • out of their crying children gradually manage to form words by adding
    • form these consonants? All you need to do is to pay attention to how
    • imitation. The more the child moves beyond the vowels formed in mere
    • activity, forms the brain. Just as a carver shapes a piece of wood or
    • there. In other words, the L produces forms in which one
    • the ability to speak, it became possible to know that the formation
    • convolution, which is beautifully formed, as I said before. On the
    • formation of the brain.
    • intelligent in later life, but more so, because I gradually transform
    • surface, the left cerebral convolution would be more artfully formed;
    • right-handed child. How is the brain of such a child being formed?
    • coat, so to speak, of blood vessels. Then nerve tracts begin to form.
    • for the consonants are formed in the experience of the surroundings.
    • was unformed mush. The mountains first had to be pulled out of this
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    • form. It is the same with painting — and today the tendency is
    • — man has the faculty of forming mental images. These are like a
    • When man creates a work of art, it springs from his image-forming
    • Now it is also possible to transform into a conscious condition the
    • word formed from them.”
    • scabbard form a single whole, so do the Sentient Soul and the sentient
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    • form. It is the same with painting — and today the tendency is
    • — man has the faculty of forming mental images. These are like a
    • When man creates a work of art, it springs from his image-forming
    • Now it is also possible to transform into a conscious condition the
    • word formed from them.”
    • scabbard form a single whole, so do the Sentient Soul and the sentient
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    • imprints, forms stamped in wax, representing classes, callings, or
    • It appears sometimes in grotesque forms. I will tell you of a little
    • something form out of the existing chaos, in particular the present
    • spiritual chaos. To give something form is much more difficult than
    • earth and of mankind, a transformation of all soul-life upon the
    • of the endeavour to achieve a transformation of man's mood of soul —
    • to find clear forms of expression should be recognised as unavoidable.
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    • imprints, forms stamped in wax, representing classes, callings, or
    • It appears sometimes in grotesque forms. I will tell you of a little
    • something form out of the existing chaos, in particular the present
    • spiritual chaos. To give something form is much more difficult than
    • earth and of mankind, a transformation of all soul-life upon the
    • of the endeavour to achieve a transformation of man's mood of soul —
    • to find clear forms of expression should be recognised as unavoidable.
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    • expressed in the form of the spiritual sympathies and antipathies we
    • example, very beautiful descriptions of the outer forms of courageous
    • the effect is to transform the sense-process in the sense-region into
    • a kind of symbiosis occurs; when these life-processes form a unity,
    • when they are imbued with activity of soul, they form a unity. They
    • association. An inward community is formed by the processes of
    • and reproduction are united and also form a process embracing
    • in that form.
    • and yet a form of comprehension arises which has a certain similarity
    • transformed most if they are to be led back halfway to the Old Moon
    • physical world, have to be completely transformed if they are to
    • is actually present form a way back towards that reanimation of the
    • transformation of the senses. The life-processes, I said,
    • description which is intended to inform us about the appearance of
    • to convey information, we do not understand the poem. The poem is
    • be accompanied by life-processes which are ensouled, transformed in
    • this, that all the realms of the senses can be transformed in such a
    • be transformed in such a way that they appear as processes of the
    • have just heard here, though with him it takes the form of
    • abstract conceptual form, that can be traced in Schiller's
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    • expressed in the form of the spiritual sympathies and antipathies we
    • example, very beautiful descriptions of the outer forms of courageous
    • the effect is to transform the sense-process in the sense-region into
    • a kind of symbiosis occurs; when these life-processes form a unity,
    • when they are imbued with activity of soul, they form a unity. They
    • association. An inward community is formed by the processes of
    • and reproduction are united and also form a process embracing
    • in that form.
    • and yet a form of comprehension arises which has a certain similarity
    • transformed most if they are to be led back halfway to the Old Moon
    • physical world, have to be completely transformed if they are to
    • is actually present form a way back towards that reanimation of the
    • transformation of the senses. The life-processes, I said,
    • description which is intended to inform us about the appearance of
    • to convey information, we do not understand the poem. The poem is
    • be accompanied by life-processes which are ensouled, transformed in
    • this, that all the realms of the senses can be transformed in such a
    • be transformed in such a way that they appear as processes of the
    • have just heard here, though with him it takes the form of
    • abstract conceptual form, that can be traced in Schiller's
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    • Goetheanism as an Impulse for Transformation ...
    • merely to write a literary essay, but to perform a political deed. At
    • the right form to the social institutions in which they lived. He asks
    • giving matter form. Through the formal pattern (Gestalt) that
    • these human beings form a social order, it will turn out to be a good
    • described, not in concepts, but in pictorial forms, open to various
    • not only in its form, but also in its content, very remote from
    • his “Tale” is evidently hinting at political forms?
    • question, or if life puts a task before me, I myself form a judgment,
    • the middle” who has the capacity to form a judgment and to act
    • religion or some other form of spiritual revelation and viewed as
    • transform it by my understanding; I take it into my soul, as I take
    • Thrones. Hence in your food you have something cosmically formative,
    • of teeth, for adolescence, and for the later transformations of the
    • system of legal regulations. Everything economic forms an independent
    • does: that the necessity of reason is transformed into inclination,
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    • the right form to the social institutions in which they lived. He asks
    • giving matter form. Through the formal pattern (Gestalt) that
    • these human beings form a social order, it will turn out to be a good
    • described, not in concepts, but in pictorial forms, open to various
    • not only in its form, but also in its content, very remote from
    • his “Tale” is evidently hinting at political forms?
    • question, or if life puts a task before me, I myself form a judgment,
    • the middle” who has the capacity to form a judgment and to act
    • religion or some other form of spiritual revelation and viewed as
    • transform it by my understanding; I take it into my soul, as I take
    • Thrones. Hence in your food you have something cosmically formative,
    • of teeth, for adolescence, and for the later transformations of the
    • system of legal regulations. Everything economic forms an independent
    • does: that the necessity of reason is transformed into inclination,
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    • of time depends on the whole form and character of the individual
    • often presented to you in a Eurythmy performance. Here you can see how
    • feeling. For these always come back to us in a changed form. They
    • swim. Here then you may see how experiences can come back in the form
    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • comes back in a more spiritual form, whereas in the second or third
    • always comes back in some form or other. You will probably remember
    • ready to form any idea of their reciprocal relation to the very realm
    • Impulse is not very noticeable in the concept-forming activity of our
    • the lines of abstract formulae solely because the Christ Impulse has
    • it returns to its source in a changed form. The sunlight does not go
    • So it is in reality with every form of light. And so it is with every
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    • of time depends on the whole form and character of the individual
    • often presented to you in a Eurythmy performance. Here you can see how
    • feeling. For these always come back to us in a changed form. They
    • swim. Here then you may see how experiences can come back in the form
    • ego-consciousness receives then a new form. The child becomes capable
    • comes back in a more spiritual form, whereas in the second or third
    • always comes back in some form or other. You will probably remember
    • ready to form any idea of their reciprocal relation to the very realm
    • Impulse is not very noticeable in the concept-forming activity of our
    • the lines of abstract formulae solely because the Christ Impulse has
    • it returns to its source in a changed form. The sunlight does not go
    • So it is in reality with every form of light. And so it is with every
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    • the Ego is associated with the intelligence and the faculty of forming
    • owe to the rays of the Sun the power which moulds the human form into
    • an image of the Ego. The forces which determine the human form from
    • rests there in the body of the mother and is given form by the Sun
    • say: the Sun forces give form to the human being from outside. The
    • metabolic system and work as it were by attraction upon the forming of
    • receives his shape and form from the Cosmos; he is an offspring of the
    • aeriform condition, are taken in by the human being and worked upon by
    • that is organically connected with the head. The formation of this
    • man can achieve nothing better than the forming of abstract concepts
    • the inner being of man, and it is only in connection with the forming
    • cosmic environment of the Earth. The crystallised forms of the metals
    • were given shape and form at a time when the Earth's forces were not
    • metals were formed within the Earth by the working of cosmic forces.
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    • the Ego is associated with the intelligence and the faculty of forming
    • owe to the rays of the Sun the power which moulds the human form into
    • an image of the Ego. The forces which determine the human form from
    • rests there in the body of the mother and is given form by the Sun
    • say: the Sun forces give form to the human being from outside. The
    • metabolic system and work as it were by attraction upon the forming of
    • receives his shape and form from the Cosmos; he is an offspring of the
    • aeriform condition, are taken in by the human being and worked upon by
    • that is organically connected with the head. The formation of this
    • man can achieve nothing better than the forming of abstract concepts
    • the inner being of man, and it is only in connection with the forming
    • cosmic environment of the Earth. The crystallised forms of the metals
    • were given shape and form at a time when the Earth's forces were not
    • metals were formed within the Earth by the working of cosmic forces.
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    • understand why, for example, salt assumes a cubical form. True, these
    • perceive. Nor can they arise within this domain. The form of the eye
    • or of the ear — both the inward form and the outer configuration
    • form of the eye or of the ear is already planned and laid out as it
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • form — the inner form for instance of an eye, or of an ear —
    • is formed and moulded by the work man does between death and a new
    • formed and created out of the super-sensible world; and only after it
    • has thus been formed can it undertake its task as a sense-organ —
    • Let us consider such a thing in detail. Observe the inner formation of
    • appears as a transformed knee-cap. Finally, that which passes from the
    • — a transformed metamorphosed limb. You might also describe it
    • formed. Coarsely you feel the ground with the sole of your foot, while
    • transformed, and this is one of them.
    • life, it is above all the head that is planned and formed. The other
    • the ear, transforms it and re-shapes it. And so it becomes the lower
    • these inner relationships of sound the human ear is formed. Hence we
    • principle of weight. Thus if we rightly understand how the form of man
    • world. We human beings are altogether formed in this way. Partly we
    • These transformations, however, not only take their course in the
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    • understand why, for example, salt assumes a cubical form. True, these
    • perceive. Nor can they arise within this domain. The form of the eye
    • or of the ear — both the inward form and the outer configuration
    • form of the eye or of the ear is already planned and laid out as it
    • and a new birth builds up his own physical body in a spirit-form
    • form — the inner form for instance of an eye, or of an ear —
    • is formed and moulded by the work man does between death and a new
    • formed and created out of the super-sensible world; and only after it
    • has thus been formed can it undertake its task as a sense-organ —
    • Let us consider such a thing in detail. Observe the inner formation of
    • appears as a transformed knee-cap. Finally, that which passes from the
    • — a transformed metamorphosed limb. You might also describe it
    • formed. Coarsely you feel the ground with the sole of your foot, while
    • transformed, and this is one of them.
    • life, it is above all the head that is planned and formed. The other
    • the ear, transforms it and re-shapes it. And so it becomes the lower
    • these inner relationships of sound the human ear is formed. Hence we
    • principle of weight. Thus if we rightly understand how the form of man
    • world. We human beings are altogether formed in this way. Partly we
    • These transformations, however, not only take their course in the
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    • can now be used for formulating these riddles. But when these riddles
    • transform themselves into what they become in most young people today.
    • The capacity for forming judgments is blossoming at this time and
    • If a student is unable to formulate a question which he experiences
    • he can bring about such a formulation in class, and he must be able to
    • poisonous substances is produced by the unformulated questions. These
    • really to be broken down and transformed instead of created. Poisons
    • If we spend too much time pouring a mass of information over young
    • transformation of the courses one gives that the pedagogy must concern
    • every kind of social reform but within their souls actually bring
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    • can now be used for formulating these riddles. But when these riddles
    • transform themselves into what they become in most young people today.
    • The capacity for forming judgments is blossoming at this time and
    • If a student is unable to formulate a question which he experiences
    • he can bring about such a formulation in class, and he must be able to
    • poisonous substances is produced by the unformulated questions. These
    • really to be broken down and transformed instead of created. Poisons
    • If we spend too much time pouring a mass of information over young
    • transformation of the courses one gives that the pedagogy must concern
    • every kind of social reform but within their souls actually bring
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    • against All. The significance of forms in connection with future
    • the other hand, everything that is performed without regard to self, that
    • survived of the good old Freemasonry takes the form nowadays of charitable
    • science well knows in what way the human being can perform selfless actions
    • setting up a wave-movement here and causing it to take a particular form at
    • terrible form. Great and mighty forces will be let loose by the
    • before, why the “good and proper form” as it has been called,
    • the future by using the good old forms than by having to struggle out of
    • forms,” as they say ... but those forms have nevertheless a deep
    • together with a new knowledge into these forms, much good would accrue, for
    • form, however belong to the whole. The state of affairs today is that the
    • form, strife in the sphere of investment and profit, industrial
    • ennobled, this will lead to brutality in every possible form. This state of
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    • against All. The significance of forms in connection with future
    • the other hand, everything that is performed without regard to self, that
    • survived of the good old Freemasonry takes the form nowadays of charitable
    • science well knows in what way the human being can perform selfless actions
    • setting up a wave-movement here and causing it to take a particular form at
    • terrible form. Great and mighty forces will be let loose by the
    • before, why the “good and proper form” as it has been called,
    • the future by using the good old forms than by having to struggle out of
    • forms,” as they say ... but those forms have nevertheless a deep
    • together with a new knowledge into these forms, much good would accrue, for
    • form, however belong to the whole. The state of affairs today is that the
    • form, strife in the sphere of investment and profit, industrial
    • ennobled, this will lead to brutality in every possible form. This state of
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    • being of the person performs facsimiles of the planetary movements;
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    • conformity with reality when we describe that which remains
    • we actually experience the formations of the fixed stars, that which
    • in former times, for instance, was called the images of the Zodiac.
    • formed here on earth, you find it primitive and simple in contrast
    • to be described — the human being is given his physical form.
    • had been woven before. The intuitive consciousness he formerly
    • according to certain former karmic connections, thinks it best to
    • physical body, in the form of astral body and ego organization,
    • the Mystery of Golgotha. The Being whom the human being met formerly
    • can inform him through true spiritual knowledge of his relation with
    • relation with extra-physical existence, can all this be transformed
    • are informed of the science of the spirit, they will sense the
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    • kind akin to dreaming in its form. It was the manifestation
    • the first time thou seest my real form.”
    • and changing movement into dance, completed it as a form.
    • “Now thou hast transformed me!” cried the figure
    • Spirits of Form by grouping thy steps into a rhythmic
    • pattern. Thou hast brought me myself to Spirits of Form. But
    • the Spirits of Form who are charged with the bringing about
    • upon the mission of the Spirits of Form thou wouldst destroy
    • transformed into one arising out of mad passion. So long as
    • just done and by grouping them into form thou makest in thy
    • steps a copy of those mighty measures performed by planets
    • when they think of a spirit form. The figure which confronted
    • their own physical form, where they call him one of their
    • earthly form, for she had been asleep but a little while, she
    • could pour into that form everything now contained in the
    • pour into the form just what thou expressest by movement. As
    • the form into a grimace, and the destiny of thine art will be
    • personalities; that which permeates them in the form of a
    • persistence to their individual forms. But they have fettered
    • feeling of selfhood and dissolve thyself in my form
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    • kind akin to dreaming in its form. It was the manifestation
    • the first time thou seest my real form.”
    • and changing movement into dance, completed it as a form.
    • “Now thou hast transformed me!” cried the figure
    • Spirits of Form by grouping thy steps into a rhythmic
    • pattern. Thou hast brought me myself to Spirits of Form. But
    • the Spirits of Form who are charged with the bringing about
    • upon the mission of the Spirits of Form thou wouldst destroy
    • transformed into one arising out of mad passion. So long as
    • just done and by grouping them into form thou makest in thy
    • steps a copy of those mighty measures performed by planets
    • when they think of a spirit form. The figure which confronted
    • their own physical form, where they call him one of their
    • earthly form, for she had been asleep but a little while, she
    • could pour into that form everything now contained in the
    • pour into the form just what thou expressest by movement. As
    • the form into a grimace, and the destiny of thine art will be
    • personalities; that which permeates them in the form of a
    • persistence to their individual forms. But they have fettered
    • feeling of selfhood and dissolve thyself in my form
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    • Life and Form are the two principles that must guide us
    • through the labyrinth of the manifested world, in multitudinous forms,
    • were not to appear in constantly new forms. The form is the revelation
    • of form, were it not ever and again to become seed for the building of
    • new forms out of the old. The seed of the plant grows into the developed
    • form of the plant and this plant must again become seed and give a new
    • form existence. So it is in nature everywhere and so it is in the
    • forms also change; life maintains itself through forms of infinite
    • variety. But life would lose all power were the forms not perpetually
    • renewed, were not new life to spring forth as seed from old forms. Just
    • life changing in infinitely diverse forms during these epochs. In the
    • lecture on Theosophy and Darwin** we heard of the diverse forms
    • something of the forms that existed in the ancient Vedic civilisation
    • a common life flows more and more into external forms, for this reason
    • it may be called the epoch of forms, the epoch when on every hand man
    • is taught to devote his life to form.
    • Wherever we look we see the predominance of form. Darwin is the most
    • forms of animals and plants in the struggle for existence. This
    • confirms that the attention of science is directed to the outer form,
    • animals live out their lives in the most manifold forms but that
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    • Life and Form are the two principles that must guide us
    • through the labyrinth of the manifested world, in multitudinous forms,
    • were not to appear in constantly new forms. The form is the revelation
    • of form, were it not ever and again to become seed for the building of
    • new forms out of the old. The seed of the plant grows into the developed
    • form of the plant and this plant must again become seed and give a new
    • form existence. So it is in nature everywhere and so it is in the
    • forms also change; life maintains itself through forms of infinite
    • variety. But life would lose all power were the forms not perpetually
    • renewed, were not new life to spring forth as seed from old forms. Just
    • life changing in infinitely diverse forms during these epochs. In the
    • lecture on Theosophy and Darwin** we heard of the diverse forms
    • something of the forms that existed in the ancient Vedic civilisation
    • a common life flows more and more into external forms, for this reason
    • it may be called the epoch of forms, the epoch when on every hand man
    • is taught to devote his life to form.
    • Wherever we look we see the predominance of form. Darwin is the most
    • forms of animals and plants in the struggle for existence. This
    • confirms that the attention of science is directed to the outer form,
    • animals live out their lives in the most manifold forms but that
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    • recent lecture on mysticism I spoke of the particular form of
    • forms of knowledge, designated the imaginative, the
    • misunderstood than when it is permeated with some form of
    • within us greater than all that we have employed to form
    • transformed into a feeling, we shall be able to observe what
    • transformed into feeling and perception.
    • future, when we transform it into feeling and perception?
    • the form of a judgment of rejection, of regret or shame, but
    • thus easier in this case to transform the idea into a
    • transform into a right feeling what comes so surely to us
    • one of two forms of prayer that lead to an intimacy with God.
    • why it has failed so to form itself that it can approve of
    • definite form, an acceptance of what the future can bring
    • ideal form it would be the sort of soul attitude that would
    • result of this second form of prayer that is directed to the
    • it in our words and ideas is the second form of prayer, the
    • soul. Impulses of will and ideals formerly strange to us rise
    • counterforce that assails us with greater vigor in the form
    • Silesius, which form a fitting conclusion to our
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    • recent lecture on mysticism I spoke of the particular form of
    • forms of knowledge, designated the imaginative, the
    • misunderstood than when it is permeated with some form of
    • within us greater than all that we have employed to form
    • transformed into a feeling, we shall be able to observe what
    • transformed into feeling and perception.
    • future, when we transform it into feeling and perception?
    • the form of a judgment of rejection, of regret or shame, but
    • thus easier in this case to transform the idea into a
    • transform into a right feeling what comes so surely to us
    • one of two forms of prayer that lead to an intimacy with God.
    • why it has failed so to form itself that it can approve of
    • definite form, an acceptance of what the future can bring
    • ideal form it would be the sort of soul attitude that would
    • result of this second form of prayer that is directed to the
    • it in our words and ideas is the second form of prayer, the
    • soul. Impulses of will and ideals formerly strange to us rise
    • counterforce that assails us with greater vigor in the form
    • Silesius, which form a fitting conclusion to our
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    • teaching exists in a very beautiful form. This was the result brought
    • teaching into a new form. A less definite doctrine of reincarnation
    • racial stock was grafted upon the former Turanian people who in
    • revival, in a new form, of the ancient magical achievements.
    • in the first place — and these form what is known as the ancient
    • Rome) The task of these Initiates was to take in hand the formation of
    • passions. This takes place in forms adapted to the different peoples
    • its civilization to carry the outer form of organization out on to the
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • people who had received the highest form of the law, were of such a
    • existing forms, taking the form of the law from the theocratic State,
    • from Judaism. Judaism could not accept the new form. It had its
    • own, which was the highest existing form of the law. But Christ had
    • the physical plane. Therefore He uttered His wisdom through the form
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
    • The Jews provide form for Christ
    • Jerusalem and had a definitely Roman form. In Rome, the physical
    • Rishis who now experience the teaching in a Christian form and want
    • From this stems the adaptation of the original form in which Christianity
    • that man himself is born out of these constellations, in conformity
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    • teaching exists in a very beautiful form. This was the result brought
    • teaching into a new form. A less definite doctrine of reincarnation
    • racial stock was grafted upon the former Turanian people who in
    • revival, in a new form, of the ancient magical achievements.
    • in the first place — and these form what is known as the ancient
    • Rome) The task of these Initiates was to take in hand the formation of
    • passions. This takes place in forms adapted to the different peoples
    • its civilization to carry the outer form of organization out on to the
    • personal in its highest form, given expression on the physical plane
    • people who had received the highest form of the law, were of such a
    • existing forms, taking the form of the law from the theocratic State,
    • from Judaism. Judaism could not accept the new form. It had its
    • own, which was the highest existing form of the law. But Christ had
    • the physical plane. Therefore He uttered His wisdom through the form
    • this idea very life. The Christ is given form in the Jewish
    • The Jews provide form for Christ
    • Jerusalem and had a definitely Roman form. In Rome, the physical
    • Rishis who now experience the teaching in a Christian form and want
    • From this stems the adaptation of the original form in which Christianity
    • that man himself is born out of these constellations, in conformity
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    • LECTURE I. The spirit-forms of the planets, the movements of the
    • several microcosmic counterparts in the form of man's skin and sense
    • His whole form becomes a physiognomy, expressing his moral and
    • spirit-worlds begin to form the head for the next incarnation. As man
    • spiritual archetype of the heart is being formed, man has a growing
    • transformed into forces of growth
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    • movements which are performed together with the Sun in one direction
    • — this curiously formed planet, looking like a globe surrounded
    • can be perceived as form. The physical planet Saturn is only
    • where Saturn itself is blotted out and we behold the “form
    • that this form extends as far as Jupiter, where the same process is
    • ether spreads out, spreads out very far; until once again a form
    • arises in the ether, which combines with the form from Saturn to
    • come in contact with the picture formed by Jupiter. In a wonderful
    • between the human being, on Earth, in respect to the form given him by
    • forms, and builds into the ether, the archetypal, heavenly picture of
    • to us something which, in conjunction with other movements, forms
    • itself into a figure of eight, a kind of lemniscate. Into this form
    • planetary movements. If we draw an outline of the human form, we can
    • have the feeling: This outline represents the form of the
    • movements of the planets by drawing into our outline of the human form
    • of this misty picture the Music of the Cosmos begins to form
    • form, to correspond with these Cosmic Rhythms?
    • In the sphere of Art, as you know, all manner of transformations are
    • paint into the picture a definite “form,” to express what we
    • have heard in the spirit. We can indeed transform it into drawing, but
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    • soul and spirit. The form of the brow, the form of the features and
    • countenance, — everything that belongs to the human form, man
    • spiritual sight continue to speak of the “form” or
    • who has passed through death reveals a form. In comparison with
    • first thing that strikes us about this form or figure is that it is
    • begin with, we speak of these Imaginations, these picture-forms, which
    • death from the two sheaths. It is a figure or form — a form
    • which, to begin with, bears some resemblance to the physical form of
    • the human being. But this spirit-form, as I will call it, is
    • involved in a constant process of transformation. I have spoken of the
    • This spirit-form of the human being is involved, as we said, in a
    • be described by saying: The spirit-form becomes one great
    • his spirit-form, presents a physiognomy that is the expression of his
    • the inner organs of breathing are situated. The physiognomical form
    • appearance within the spirit-form after death and reveals whether the
    • very great deal. Much can also be learned by studying the forms
    • formed” by the Cosmos and how the skin and sense-organs
    • are an expression of the form that is inscribed into the cosmic ether.
    • After death, the form that is given to man by the skin which encloses
    • thoroughly, for they behold the physiognomical forms of which we have
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    • We tried in the first lecture of this Course to form some idea of the
    • to Imaginative vision in a spirit-form. You must understand, of
    • spirit-form, of his head gradually fades away. On the other hand, the
    • whole of the rest of his form becomes “physiognomy,” a
    • rest of the form, which grows more and more like a physiognomy, allows
    • Try to form a living picture of how, with his moral — or immoral
    • their lovely form — cannot, to begin with, come into the
    • its vicinity Ahrimanic Beings. Ahrimanic forms are to be seen there.
    • seem, to his despair, to resemble the Ahrimanic forms that appear in
    • forms into which he cannot yet find his way again. He sees other human
    • beings in forms that are all differing expressions of evil, and he
    • notes the resemblance of these to the Ahrimanic forms. This, then, is
    • yourself resemble the Ahrimanic forms! Once again is a stern judgement
    • has to perform an act of will whenever he wants to perceive anything.
    • For he must form. and fashion himself in accordance with what he wants
    • physiognomy of evil and has gradually come to resemble the forms of
    • transformed into the upper being in preparation for the next earthly
    • life. The legs are wrought into the spirit-form of the lower jaw, the
    • arms into the spirit-form of the upper jaw and cheek-bones, and so on.
    • Cosmos to form the cosmic colony of the Moon. But in later times we
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    • this region the spirit-form of the lower part of the human being is
    • transformed into the head of the next earthly life. It must of course
    • begins to be transformed into the upper man. The limb structures are
    • transformed — spiritually, of course, at this stage — into
    • has to be performed in the Cosmos in order to bring into being the
    • nature to himself. I told you how he gradually changes his spirit-form
    • fix our attention on his spirit-form or figure, and describe that. But
    • existence between death and a new birth, our spirit-form has already
    • fallen away and we have come to resemble in form the cosmic sphere
    • itself; our form has undergone metamorphosis into what will become
    • reminiscent of the form we bore in earthly existence has by this time
    • corrupt. In none of its European or American forms to-day is speech a
    • signify forms; vowel sounds express feelings, the inner
    • tongues, speech was born from perception of feeling and of form
    • feeling in the vowel, form in the consonant. To-day these elements are
    • spirit-form, for by this time he is wholly changed; he has become a
    • “earthly.” Cosmic memory is transformed again into the germ
    • transformed on the path of return into the faculty to conceive human
    • forming of the human head is like the creation of a whole world. For
    • must be built and formed.
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    • Our senses give us information of all that is around us; they are the
    • the different planetary regions, where the forming of the
    • living organism, in quite a different form.” Thus do the veins of
    • forming and shaping of the Cosmos. We are able now to see how these
    • we look deep down in the Earth and behold in what earthly forms the
    • in the whole artistic form of the poem, so is it possible for us,
    • the human being building and forming himself in the sense world. We
    • see the formative forces working calmly and quietly within him.
    • the fire, then we can perceive there, in its spirit form, the force by
    • form of the other. When the soul is deepened by this knowledge, then
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    • formulas, science of the spirit provides something with which
    • formulated into concepts, whereas spiritual-scientific truths
    • coming to the point of definitely formulating questions as to
    • speculation and into the forming of all kinds of philosophies
    • dream transforms things in this way. Anxiety becomes terror,
    • body, then these pictures are formed out of life. For in
    • body. These dream pictures taken from ordinary life are formed
    • described may be called the formative forces of the cosmos,
    • the cosmic formative forces if we have first acquired
    • within these formative forces of the cosmos, within the cosmic
    • is everyone immersed, in sleep, in the formative forces of the
    • this life within the formative forces of the cosmos there are
    • the life of the cosmic formative forces. This means that, when
    • formative forces of the cosmos. It is as though we were
    • becomes indefinite and forms itself into a kind of sphere or
    • these lines of form to the apex, and back again. You would
    • would you experience the form, but also the inner forces. In
    • transformation. Christ, Who until the time of the Mystery of
    • death upon Himself, that is, assumed a human form in order to
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    • formulas, science of the spirit provides something with which
    • formulated into concepts, whereas spiritual-scientific truths
    • coming to the point of definitely formulating questions as to
    • speculation and into the forming of all kinds of philosophies
    • dream transforms things in this way. Anxiety becomes terror,
    • body, then these pictures are formed out of life. For in
    • body. These dream pictures taken from ordinary life are formed
    • described may be called the formative forces of the cosmos,
    • the cosmic formative forces if we have first acquired
    • within these formative forces of the cosmos, within the cosmic
    • is everyone immersed, in sleep, in the formative forces of the
    • this life within the formative forces of the cosmos there are
    • the life of the cosmic formative forces. This means that, when
    • formative forces of the cosmos. It is as though we were
    • becomes indefinite and forms itself into a kind of sphere or
    • these lines of form to the apex, and back again. You would
    • would you experience the form, but also the inner forces. In
    • transformation. Christ, Who until the time of the Mystery of
    • death upon Himself, that is, assumed a human form in order to
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    • lecture today will be put into such a form, that through
    • wanted to obtain a concept from pure formal logic. We can
    • tablet (Tafel), forming the boundary between the
    • the world of concepts forms the boundary. If the observer of
    • imagine the network of all the concepts which man can form,
    • for this reason the human being can form an inkling of the
    • to form concepts. The seer can perhaps arrive more easily at
    • to know the forces, which form the concepts. You will find
    • causes them to stream down upon him in that form (formlich).
    • mode of forming the concept. (p. 55, 1932 ed.)
    • gradually forms the concepts conforming to the objects which
    • causes it, and which I find in the form of the partridge. But
    • form representations about the world through outer
    • as we presuppose, to be able to form concepts before it
    • If we would form a representation of the concept of NICHTS,
    • form a concept of the NICHTS. But that is just the important
    • never have been formed unless you had encountered them. You
    • we have seen in formal logic how the concept works in the
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    • lecture today will be put into such a form, that through
    • wanted to obtain a concept from pure formal logic. We can
    • tablet (Tafel), forming the boundary between the
    • the world of concepts forms the boundary. If the observer of
    • imagine the network of all the concepts which man can form,
    • for this reason the human being can form an inkling of the
    • to form concepts. The seer can perhaps arrive more easily at
    • to know the forces, which form the concepts. You will find
    • causes them to stream down upon him in that form (formlich).
    • mode of forming the concept. (p. 55, 1932 ed.)
    • gradually forms the concepts conforming to the objects which
    • causes it, and which I find in the form of the partridge. But
    • form representations about the world through outer
    • as we presuppose, to be able to form concepts before it
    • If we would form a representation of the concept of NICHTS,
    • form a concept of the NICHTS. But that is just the important
    • never have been formed unless you had encountered them. You
    • we have seen in formal logic how the concept works in the
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    • form, so as to make use of his senses. The relation of the external
    • music, which resounds in an individualised form in the human etheric
    • the senses and from the whole skin, is formed into a shell-like copy
    • then forms a kind of etheric organism which is compounded of the
    • influence one another mutually, and form an organism — the
    • bound to describe it as consisting simply of the forms of thoughts,
    • moment, one would draw of course lines, or coloured forms. But to
    • describe the substance of these lines or coloured forms one could only
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • the ears of our fellow men, is as if transformed, turned inwards
    • work together to form a structure that lies towards the front of man,
    • forming the Lotus-flowers — man finds his connection with the
    • streaming, flowing, resounding, speaking activity, and form the human
    • formed and made individual, which shines and warms and sounds and
    • the forms of the physical body. During sleep he lives with the etheric
    • the spiritual beings, in accordance with the forms of the physical
    • again. The human being must not live on after death in those forms
    • spiritual Form can be found in this way. And these full spiritual
    • Forms are the only real things in the universe. In the old dreamy
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    • form, so as to make use of his senses. The relation of the external
    • music, which resounds in an individualised form in the human etheric
    • the senses and from the whole skin, is formed into a shell-like copy
    • then forms a kind of etheric organism which is compounded of the
    • influence one another mutually, and form an organism — the
    • bound to describe it as consisting simply of the forms of thoughts,
    • moment, one would draw of course lines, or coloured forms. But to
    • describe the substance of these lines or coloured forms one could only
    • individualised Logos. One cannot really say: this forming of
    • individual form, expressing in an inner Word, that can be perceived
    • the ears of our fellow men, is as if transformed, turned inwards
    • work together to form a structure that lies towards the front of man,
    • forming the Lotus-flowers — man finds his connection with the
    • streaming, flowing, resounding, speaking activity, and form the human
    • formed and made individual, which shines and warms and sounds and
    • the forms of the physical body. During sleep he lives with the etheric
    • the spiritual beings, in accordance with the forms of the physical
    • again. The human being must not live on after death in those forms
    • spiritual Form can be found in this way. And these full spiritual
    • Forms are the only real things in the universe. In the old dreamy
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    • forms and images — manifestations — of the divine Spiritual beings by
    • The fact that we are the Microcosm, the little world formed and
    • forceful information about these things, said very much the same from
    • bodies which forms the head becomes the expression of every feeling of
    • seen that that part of the etheric body which forms the head projects
    • aura in rudimentary form as I have described; but it still has to be
    • consciousness of every man in some form or other; but the
    • in its living form and living practice enkindles the Spiritual
    • (which in different people may take various forms) as something which
    • in another form in a like connection, in the book
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    • forms and images — manifestations — of the divine Spiritual beings by
    • The fact that we are the Microcosm, the little world formed and
    • forceful information about these things, said very much the same from
    • bodies which forms the head becomes the expression of every feeling of
    • seen that that part of the etheric body which forms the head projects
    • aura in rudimentary form as I have described; but it still has to be
    • consciousness of every man in some form or other; but the
    • in its living form and living practice enkindles the Spiritual
    • (which in different people may take various forms) as something which
    • in another form in a like connection, in the book
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    • information, address St. George Publications, Spring Valley, New York
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    • of Man,’ as he called it, to the members of the newly-formed
    • is mantric, that is, a spiritual revelation in which sound, form and
    • The Spirits of Form are exhorted to sound forth the
    • respond, for nothing exists in isolation and that which is formed is
    • significance and form a balancing cross, which image may serve as a
    • rigidification — were transformed. Death becomes Life.
    • formulate in the depths the question which will draw forth an
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    • Was durch den Westen sich formet;
    • What through the West takes form:
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    • What through the west takes form;
    • form, it seems to me that this new translation should not be
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    • Was durch den Westen sich formet;
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    • lo que por el occidente se forma;
  • Title: Lecture: The Tasks and Aims of Spiritual Science
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    • before you of late, perhaps in a somewhat astonishing form. If you try
    • is information given about the higher worlds, information that is the
    • This was indeed the custom formerly, to a certain extent: it was so
    • Spinoza's Ethics, so that he would be able to formulate in clear-cut
    • a position to form clearly defined ideas and clearly defined concepts
    • may ask: But how is it that we do not remember our former incarnations
    • their former incarnations? This question is of the greatest
    • importance. People do not remember their former
    • may have been in former times, if they did not pay attention to the
    • in the former incarnations, the self-hood was not there! What, then,
    • clairvoyance, if he has not in former incarnations worked through the
    • former incarnation. For he had not at that time set up the signpost as
    • this our earth; formerly it did not exist, it could only come about
    • had before the formation of man may be compared to the grain of wheat.
    • If this “grain of wheat” was to come to life in the form of
    • through them in the form of thought what they had had in the higher
    • taken form in thought, if man had not been able to give it this form.
    • most clearly into those forms of mental perception which we bring to
    • But if we are not thinkers, the revelations must seek other forms,
    • receive revelations is in the form of a sense-image. And you may often
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    • before you of late, perhaps in a somewhat astonishing form. If you try
    • is information given about the higher worlds, information that is the
    • This was indeed the custom formerly, to a certain extent: it was so
    • Spinoza's Ethics, so that he would be able to formulate in clear-cut
    • a position to form clearly defined ideas and clearly defined concepts
    • may ask: But how is it that we do not remember our former incarnations
    • their former incarnations? This question is of the greatest
    • importance. People do not remember their former
    • may have been in former times, if they did not pay attention to the
    • in the former incarnations, the self-hood was not there! What, then,
    • clairvoyance, if he has not in former incarnations worked through the
    • former incarnation. For he had not at that time set up the signpost as
    • this our earth; formerly it did not exist, it could only come about
    • had before the formation of man may be compared to the grain of wheat.
    • If this “grain of wheat” was to come to life in the form of
    • through them in the form of thought what they had had in the higher
    • taken form in thought, if man had not been able to give it this form.
    • most clearly into those forms of mental perception which we bring to
    • But if we are not thinkers, the revelations must seek other forms,
    • receive revelations is in the form of a sense-image. And you may often
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    • easy for our present consciousness to form a true conception of these
    • born. The body too is born from them but at first in spiritual form.
    • This true form of man is now hidden.
    • playing his own part, they form a kind of higher organism or body, and
    • culture. It was present in all Germanic lands, in a much stronger form
    • are content to draw their information about Spiritual Science from
    • Parsifal or Grail legend is simply a form of the Christ Mystery. The
    • transforming his “ether-body” or “life-body.” Out
    • of the transformed ether-body (it is a transformation of feeling),
    • transforms his willing and therewith the physical body itself, into
    • “Atma” or “Spirit-Man.” Thus by transforming his
    • finally his physical body into Spirit-Man or Atma. This transformation
    • notice has been taken of a legend which was given poetic form by
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    • easy for our present consciousness to form a true conception of these
    • born. The body too is born from them but at first in spiritual form.
    • This true form of man is now hidden.
    • playing his own part, they form a kind of higher organism or body, and
    • culture. It was present in all Germanic lands, in a much stronger form
    • are content to draw their information about Spiritual Science from
    • Parsifal or Grail legend is simply a form of the Christ Mystery. The
    • transforming his “ether-body” or “life-body.” Out
    • of the transformed ether-body (it is a transformation of feeling),
    • transforms his willing and therewith the physical body itself, into
    • “Atma” or “Spirit-Man.” Thus by transforming his
    • finally his physical body into Spirit-Man or Atma. This transformation
    • notice has been taken of a legend which was given poetic form by
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    • sense a transformation had taken place in that which from time immemorial
    • exactly the opposite of that which formed the central point of the
    • that the kind of mental comprehension present in the forming of the
    • was transformed in his feelings and impressions. What to-day appears
    • transformation and education of his soul. The question was how the
    • form. The pre-Christian method of Initiation is not now possible. A
    • wonderfully. Thus the entire form our consciousness takes and the way
    • primitive times was spread over all humanity gave way to that form of
    • and the other was to be met with in its purest form in Egypt and
    • and Egypt, than in Persia. In the two former, which agreed
    • transformation of their soul-powers. This transformation took place
    • divine man; that from the same sources whence the rock forms into
    • could be formed, and that that feeling was a deep egoism — the
    • forth the divine powers lying within him. So did he learn to transform
    • formed between man and God, and immortality ranked not as mere
    • Mysteries had handed down in the form of Dionysos and Mithra was born
    • formed to which men can look when they have to rise again. As in the
    • world having actually appeared in one single Form. What the disciples
    • formerly had poured Himself into the Mysteries had now flowed directly
    • soul can be so transformed as to find the Christ. Old Meister Eckhardt
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    • sense a transformation had taken place in that which from time immemorial
    • exactly the opposite of that which formed the central point of the
    • that the kind of mental comprehension present in the forming of the
    • was transformed in his feelings and impressions. What to-day appears
    • transformation and education of his soul. The question was how the
    • form. The pre-Christian method of Initiation is not now possible. A
    • wonderfully. Thus the entire form our consciousness takes and the way
    • primitive times was spread over all humanity gave way to that form of
    • and the other was to be met with in its purest form in Egypt and
    • and Egypt, than in Persia. In the two former, which agreed
    • transformation of their soul-powers. This transformation took place
    • divine man; that from the same sources whence the rock forms into
    • could be formed, and that that feeling was a deep egoism — the
    • forth the divine powers lying within him. So did he learn to transform
    • formed between man and God, and immortality ranked not as mere
    • Mysteries had handed down in the form of Dionysos and Mithra was born
    • formed to which men can look when they have to rise again. As in the
    • world having actually appeared in one single Form. What the disciples
    • formerly had poured Himself into the Mysteries had now flowed directly
    • soul can be so transformed as to find the Christ. Old Meister Eckhardt
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    • external physical, but to spiritual forms, — agree with
    • Christ Being has of course assumed the forms which were suited to the
    • the Christ which later formed the content of the doctrines of the
    • origin of man led us back to a form still hovering in spiritual
    • spiritual form, gradually descended to become the material being we
    • forms, whereas Spiritual Science leads us back to forms which more
    • lives, so that they can say: ‘In comparison to my former life
    • whereby the soul can be transformed into an instrument for perceiving
    • sanctuaries of learning as we should say to-day — performed for
    • and mythologies have preserved information, stepped forth upon the
    • Divinity is the creative formative impulse.’ Now however he
    • is revealed to men in its complete form. Only when man senses
    • obstacles which hinder him from seeing the world in its true form.
    • will realise, after he has thus formed a photographic image of the
    • light.” Just as the eye is formed by the light and the
    • overcomes himself shall he so come into his own that the form he has
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    • external physical, but to spiritual forms, — agree with
    • Christ Being has of course assumed the forms which were suited to the
    • the Christ which later formed the content of the doctrines of the
    • origin of man led us back to a form still hovering in spiritual
    • spiritual form, gradually descended to become the material being we
    • forms, whereas Spiritual Science leads us back to forms which more
    • lives, so that they can say: ‘In comparison to my former life
    • whereby the soul can be transformed into an instrument for perceiving
    • sanctuaries of learning as we should say to-day — performed for
    • and mythologies have preserved information, stepped forth upon the
    • Divinity is the creative formative impulse.’ Now however he
    • is revealed to men in its complete form. Only when man senses
    • obstacles which hinder him from seeing the world in its true form.
    • will realise, after he has thus formed a photographic image of the
    • light.” Just as the eye is formed by the light and the
    • overcomes himself shall he so come into his own that the form he has
  • Title: Lecture: Richard Wagner and Mysticism
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    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • which he does not see. But if a successful operation is performed upon
    • in the form of ritual to the eyes of the spectators. And what they saw
    • and art arose. Truth was expressed in the form of art, in
    • action and the music — albeit in a form not always understood. I
    • of our ancient forefathers whose form was very unlike our own. As I
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • This was a theme which Richard Wagner could reproduce in the form of
    • could no longer work through a wisdom possessed uniformly by all men;
    • in evolution: love that is dependent upon uniformity of flesh and
    • freedom. The former represented the power of Jehovah, whose
    • in simple dialogue form what the pupils of the Grail were made to
    • gaze — these together form the cross. To the pupils of the Grail
    • transformed. The idea living in the minds of the Knights of the Grail
    • ideal was known as the Holy Grail the transformed reproductive organs
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    • we realise that its impulse has already made itself felt in the form
    • impulse of which we shall speak lived in Richard Wagner in the form of
    • which he does not see. But if a successful operation is performed upon
    • in the form of ritual to the eyes of the spectators. And what they saw
    • and art arose. Truth was expressed in the form of art, in
    • action and the music — albeit in a form not always understood. I
    • of our ancient forefathers whose form was very unlike our own. As I
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • This was a theme which Richard Wagner could reproduce in the form of
    • could no longer work through a wisdom possessed uniformly by all men;
    • in evolution: love that is dependent upon uniformity of flesh and
    • freedom. The former represented the power of Jehovah, whose
    • in simple dialogue form what the pupils of the Grail were made to
    • gaze — these together form the cross. To the pupils of the Grail
    • transformed. The idea living in the minds of the Knights of the Grail
    • ideal was known as the Holy Grail the transformed reproductive organs
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    • revelation, in its more scholastic form, was by no means a body of
    • The information contained in text-books on the history of philosophy
    • eyes of men was brought down in more ancient times merely in the form
    • in the form of revelation. There is no fundamental difference between
    • already beginning to assume a more intellectual form. Now in those
    • We can form some idea of how such men were wont to speak, if we study
    • although it no longer exists in that form to-day, indeed cannot do so
    • form it afterwards assumed, but adhered to all the more firmly because
    • Jesus in the form of an abstract dogma laid down by the Councils and
    • of Isis, performing all the ritual acts still possible at that time,
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    • revelation, in its more scholastic form, was by no means a body of
    • The information contained in text-books on the history of philosophy
    • eyes of men was brought down in more ancient times merely in the form
    • in the form of revelation. There is no fundamental difference between
    • already beginning to assume a more intellectual form. Now in those
    • We can form some idea of how such men were wont to speak, if we study
    • although it no longer exists in that form to-day, indeed cannot do so
    • form it afterwards assumed, but adhered to all the more firmly because
    • Jesus in the form of an abstract dogma laid down by the Councils and
    • of Isis, performing all the ritual acts still possible at that time,
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    • Everything which comes from other directions and seeks to transform
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • “lack of guilt”. Even if we discard the most extreme form
    • we develop in the physical world in the form of SPIRITUAL LIFE. It
    • form of impulses. In the same way in which we bring along with us
    • life in the form of love for humanity and brotherliness. These forces
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    • Everything which comes from other directions and seeks to transform
    • goal of transforming social life in a real and true way, and this can
    • “lack of guilt”. Even if we discard the most extreme form
    • we develop in the physical world in the form of SPIRITUAL LIFE. It
    • form of impulses. In the same way in which we bring along with us
    • life in the form of love for humanity and brotherliness. These forces
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • form of a plan with real ideas relating to those things which can at
    • everything which has thus been given in a schematic form. We already
    • recollect that man’s physical body, in the form in which it
    • underwent a constant transformation. It was gradually
    • transformed under the influence of the processes which were taking
    • place: it was transformed through the fact that the etheric body was
    • body has been transformed through the fact that the etheric body
    • Spirits of the Will or the Thrones, so the transformation during
    • transformation during, the Moon-epoch through the Spirits of
    • Movement. The transformation during the Earth-epoch, that is to say,
    • Form, This is a most significant fact, which we must bear in mind.
    • form, the form which is most appropriate to it. During the Moon
    • adapted to it. The form which was most suited to it, is a gift of the
    • Spirits of Form, and is in keeping with the fact that an Ego had to
    • earthly body, which has a physical form, has been formed in such a
    • Spirits of Form gave the human physical body the form which it
    • have received their forms later. If you read the more intimate
    • their forms at that time. They are described with a certain mobility.
    • kingdoms of Nature have received their stable forms through the
    • Spirits of Form, during the Earth-epoch. Let us now contemplate the
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    • form of a plan with real ideas relating to those things which can at
    • everything which has thus been given in a schematic form. We already
    • recollect that man’s physical body, in the form in which it
    • underwent a constant transformation. It was gradually
    • transformed under the influence of the processes which were taking
    • place: it was transformed through the fact that the etheric body was
    • body has been transformed through the fact that the etheric body
    • Spirits of the Will or the Thrones, so the transformation during
    • transformation during, the Moon-epoch through the Spirits of
    • Movement. The transformation during the Earth-epoch, that is to say,
    • Form, This is a most significant fact, which we must bear in mind.
    • form, the form which is most appropriate to it. During the Moon
    • adapted to it. The form which was most suited to it, is a gift of the
    • Spirits of Form, and is in keeping with the fact that an Ego had to
    • earthly body, which has a physical form, has been formed in such a
    • Spirits of Form gave the human physical body the form which it
    • have received their forms later. If you read the more intimate
    • their forms at that time. They are described with a certain mobility.
    • kingdoms of Nature have received their stable forms through the
    • Spirits of Form, during the Earth-epoch. Let us now contemplate the
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    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • sacred buildings and give birth to new forms as the evolution of
    • motifs of the windows in the Goetheanum expressed in the form of
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • forms as the evolution of humanity advances. The forms of
    • Material through new forms which through metamorphoses from within,
    • great building of wood, with its hand-carved, weaving forms and
    • rented in Munich for performances of these Mystery Plays had brought
    • chosen by the Association formed for the purpose of carrying this
    • forms, the colours and so on. For in those times the Gods themselves
    • is afforded by the forms of temples belonging to the Second
    • original form can only be dimly pictured or reconstructed from the
    • Akasha Chronicle. Something reminiscent of their forms did indeed
    • have little information to give on the subject. But if, assuming that
    • Riddle.” The upward-rising form of the pyramid in which there
    • any rate, a façade is indicated only in the form of a riddle
    • presented to us. In the interior, as well as information on manifold
    • dynamic power, of inner forces weaving in the forms, it is whole and
    • embodied, within Earth-existence. This is expressed in the whole form
    • minds of the Faithful; and every one of the forms in the space we
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    • the life of the human soul which express themselves in the forms of
    • sacred buildings and give birth to new forms as the evolution of
    • motifs of the windows in the Goetheanum expressed in the form of
    • themselves in the forms of sacred buildings and give birth to new
    • forms as the evolution of humanity advances. The forms of
    • Material through new forms which through metamorphoses from within,
    • great building of wood, with its hand-carved, weaving forms and
    • rented in Munich for performances of these Mystery Plays had brought
    • chosen by the Association formed for the purpose of carrying this
    • forms, the colours and so on. For in those times the Gods themselves
    • is afforded by the forms of temples belonging to the Second
    • original form can only be dimly pictured or reconstructed from the
    • Akasha Chronicle. Something reminiscent of their forms did indeed
    • have little information to give on the subject. But if, assuming that
    • Riddle.” The upward-rising form of the pyramid in which there
    • any rate, a façade is indicated only in the form of a riddle
    • presented to us. In the interior, as well as information on manifold
    • dynamic power, of inner forces weaving in the forms, it is whole and
    • embodied, within Earth-existence. This is expressed in the whole form
    • minds of the Faithful; and every one of the forms in the space we
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    • or parts thereof in any form.
    • and elementary a form as possible. It is, however, also necessary
    • course of time, we may perhaps not find it at all in a former fleshly
    • etheric body received its archetypal form because an avatar had woven
    • original to be formed, and these many copies could be woven into all
    • etheric body were formed, his own etheric body was also preserved in
    • forming false notions of all sorts of things, but immediate
    • Dominican, but that the thought forms employed in the natural
    • learned the thought forms of the scholastic science of the Middle
    • capacity. Then for a time Christianity in its true form was
    • forms as the foundation of the objective world.
    • form and present thinking could only be developed from the astral,
    • etheric and physical forms of Christianity. Christianity has now
    • it is also true that the ego form of humanity can appear only after
    • the astral and etheric forms of Christianity have been developed.
    • will arise in new form. The transformed astral body will appear as
    • the Christian spirit self; the transformed etheric body will appear
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    • or parts thereof in any form.
    • and elementary a form as possible. It is, however, also necessary
    • course of time, we may perhaps not find it at all in a former fleshly
    • etheric body received its archetypal form because an avatar had woven
    • original to be formed, and these many copies could be woven into all
    • etheric body were formed, his own etheric body was also preserved in
    • forming false notions of all sorts of things, but immediate
    • Dominican, but that the thought forms employed in the natural
    • learned the thought forms of the scholastic science of the Middle
    • capacity. Then for a time Christianity in its true form was
    • forms as the foundation of the objective world.
    • form and present thinking could only be developed from the astral,
    • etheric and physical forms of Christianity. Christianity has now
    • it is also true that the ego form of humanity can appear only after
    • the astral and etheric forms of Christianity have been developed.
    • will arise in new form. The transformed astral body will appear as
    • the Christian spirit self; the transformed etheric body will appear
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    • unconscious and unformulated. It was a time of questioning, when
    • as modern Science conceives; for within the outer form, however like
    • would come down and would take on a human form. And they knew that
    • what human souls had formerly experienced in their pre-earthly life,
    • form, so that man could see Him and behold Him, and future History
    • earthly life. Now He could say to His disciples upon Earth: In former
    • in a tragic situation. For when he unites his soul with that form of
    • It is no formula devised by human cleverness: the
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    • unconscious and unformulated. It was a time of questioning, when
    • as modern Science conceives; for within the outer form, however like
    • would come down and would take on a human form. And they knew that
    • what human souls had formerly experienced in their pre-earthly life,
    • form, so that man could see Him and behold Him, and future History
    • earthly life. Now He could say to His disciples upon Earth: In former
    • in a tragic situation. For when he unites his soul with that form of
    • It is no formula devised by human cleverness: the
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    • form of existence that was satisfying in itself. Therefore, one
    • teaching of Gautama Buddha, although in an entirely different form,
    • it then, which collectively is Man? It is Name and Form. But
    • then, it is even so with the name and form of a wagon. If we gather
    • which stands before me as Man, Name and Form pass from life to life.
    • Is it then the Name and Form of the self-same Being that appears
    • transformed itself. That which was growing upon the mango-tree simply
    • name and form; but it is not the same fruit. Still, one can punish
    • earth-life strives to reappear transformed, as effects, in later
    • parts. This man busies himself in the world, and performs various
    • Form, reveals itself in all its emptiness! There is no truth in
    • the parts into movement, but performs all the separate acts.
    • Form; when nothing passes from incarnation to incarnation save the
    • revealed at last in its true spiritual form. What is apparently
    • greatest of the forms of its presentation, no less than in its
    • that arises from man himself, who has so formed his organs of
    • outer world in its true form!’
    • man is so imperfect a being that he cannot perceive the true form of
    • before the true form of the outer world can be perceived. Repeated
    • possess the forms of his present knowledge.
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    • form of existence that was satisfying in itself. Therefore, one
    • teaching of Gautama Buddha, although in an entirely different form,
    • it then, which collectively is Man? It is Name and Form. But
    • then, it is even so with the name and form of a wagon. If we gather
    • which stands before me as Man, Name and Form pass from life to life.
    • Is it then the Name and Form of the self-same Being that appears
    • transformed itself. That which was growing upon the mango-tree simply
    • name and form; but it is not the same fruit. Still, one can punish
    • earth-life strives to reappear transformed, as effects, in later
    • parts. This man busies himself in the world, and performs various
    • Form, reveals itself in all its emptiness! There is no truth in
    • the parts into movement, but performs all the separate acts.
    • Form; when nothing passes from incarnation to incarnation save the
    • revealed at last in its true spiritual form. What is apparently
    • greatest of the forms of its presentation, no less than in its
    • that arises from man himself, who has so formed his organs of
    • outer world in its true form!’
    • man is so imperfect a being that he cannot perceive the true form of
    • before the true form of the outer world can be perceived. Repeated
    • possess the forms of his present knowledge.
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    • imagined, for instance, that speech-formation took its start from the
    • sound and calls the dog ‘bow-wow.’ Word-formation of this
    • word formation, — at least so it was stated by those who
    • working, from his Ego outwards, as it were, at the transformation of
    • in a far-off future the human Ego will have transformed these three
    • transformed. Whereas formerly it was not worked upon by the Ego, it
    • consciously transformed from out of the Ego, ‘Spirit Self,’
    • for them even to-day. Man will only begin consciously to transform
    • consciousness, the dim activity of the Ego has already transformed
    • transformed astral body, or sentient soul, belong together in the
    • memory, is connected with a subconscious process of transformation of
    • past ages already worked at the transformation of the physical body
    • in order that man may exist in his present form. The product of this
    • transformed into the vehicle of so-called ‘human
    • spiritual activity has been at work on our sheaths, imparting form,
    • Group-Soul similarly transformed, developed and regulated the three
    • what is inwardly working there correspondingly forms and transforms
    • soul, intellectual soul and sentient soul, he is also transforming
    • if it lays hold of the whole soul, has a transforming effect on the
    • influence, man's form was so moulded that it has become, on the
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    • imagined, for instance, that speech-formation took its start from the
    • sound and calls the dog ‘bow-wow.’ Word-formation of this
    • word formation, — at least so it was stated by those who
    • working, from his Ego outwards, as it were, at the transformation of
    • in a far-off future the human Ego will have transformed these three
    • transformed. Whereas formerly it was not worked upon by the Ego, it
    • consciously transformed from out of the Ego, ‘Spirit Self,’
    • for them even to-day. Man will only begin consciously to transform
    • consciousness, the dim activity of the Ego has already transformed
    • transformed astral body, or sentient soul, belong together in the
    • memory, is connected with a subconscious process of transformation of
    • past ages already worked at the transformation of the physical body
    • in order that man may exist in his present form. The product of this
    • transformed into the vehicle of so-called ‘human
    • spiritual activity has been at work on our sheaths, imparting form,
    • Group-Soul similarly transformed, developed and regulated the three
    • what is inwardly working there correspondingly forms and transforms
    • soul, intellectual soul and sentient soul, he is also transforming
    • if it lays hold of the whole soul, has a transforming effect on the
    • influence, man's form was so moulded that it has become, on the
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    • difference it makes to man whether the words he speaks are formed in
    • sounds of his words and into the whole way the sounds were formed and
    • forming of words. But in order to study the times when man's
    • interested him, and he formed his words accordingly. So that in those
    • enabled them to put the speech-forming power into human life on
    • then their speech-forming power flows no longer out of Intuition but
    • out of this Inspiration they pour down to Earth the speech-forming
    • of will, as in former times, we have now a language of feeling. We
    • into the whole way in which a Greek thinks and forms his ideas.
    • detect in the speech-forming power of man the element of Inspiration,
    • speech-forming faculty, he retains the Inspirations longer. Dates can
    • past the pictures of the speech-forming power, — for that is
    • present flow of the speech-forming power. And inasmuch as speech now
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • the possibility of forming Imaginations from above. Consequently Man
    • to be noted if we want to form a true picture of the significance of
    • Archangels lost the possibility of forming Imaginations from the
    • living Christ Impulse, the speech-forming power.
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
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    • difference it makes to man whether the words he speaks are formed in
    • sounds of his words and into the whole way the sounds were formed and
    • forming of words. But in order to study the times when man's
    • interested him, and he formed his words accordingly. So that in those
    • enabled them to put the speech-forming power into human life on
    • then their speech-forming power flows no longer out of Intuition but
    • out of this Inspiration they pour down to Earth the speech-forming
    • of will, as in former times, we have now a language of feeling. We
    • into the whole way in which a Greek thinks and forms his ideas.
    • detect in the speech-forming power of man the element of Inspiration,
    • speech-forming faculty, he retains the Inspirations longer. Dates can
    • past the pictures of the speech-forming power, — for that is
    • present flow of the speech-forming power. And inasmuch as speech now
    • changes from one form of life into another. The actual event of death
    • the possibility of forming Imaginations from above. Consequently Man
    • to be noted if we want to form a true picture of the significance of
    • Archangels lost the possibility of forming Imaginations from the
    • living Christ Impulse, the speech-forming power.
    • language-forming power. A quite new kind will begin to work. I have
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    • of this mystery took many different forms but no essential purpose
    • respective merits of two epochs of time, or of forming an opinion of
    • thought is formal, short-winded, often inconsistent. Men should
    • into Western culture in its most characteristic form. As a matter of
    • inform themselves about the dark secrets of existence. The
    • highly spiritual form of knowledge has become corrupt; the life of
    • the material world in an Ahrimanic form and were applied not only on
    • through the centuries to our own day, an Ahrimanic form of magic
    • Ahrimanic beings who practise an earthly, materialised form of magic.
    • this cosmic background the faculty of thought in its pure form began
    • the earthly world and apply them in an earthly, Ahrimanic form of
    • inwardly active form of thought. This astral world was ever-present
    • provided by magic arts which are the debased, materialised form of
    • their present state, the goat-form which constitutes the lower part
    • half bear-, half goat-like in form, with semi-human countenances
    • made to consummate a union between a certain form of magic and
    • incomprehensible to the modern mind. Luciferic elements in the form
    • these cloud-like, spiritual forms seem to gather together into a mass
    • form has coarsened to a bear-like form and the further West they come
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    • of this mystery took many different forms but no essential purpose
    • respective merits of two epochs of time, or of forming an opinion of
    • thought is formal, short-winded, often inconsistent. Men should
    • into Western culture in its most characteristic form. As a matter of
    • inform themselves about the dark secrets of existence. The
    • highly spiritual form of knowledge has become corrupt; the life of
    • the material world in an Ahrimanic form and were applied not only on
    • through the centuries to our own day, an Ahrimanic form of magic
    • Ahrimanic beings who practise an earthly, materialised form of magic.
    • this cosmic background the faculty of thought in its pure form began
    • the earthly world and apply them in an earthly, Ahrimanic form of
    • inwardly active form of thought. This astral world was ever-present
    • provided by magic arts which are the debased, materialised form of
    • their present state, the goat-form which constitutes the lower part
    • half bear-, half goat-like in form, with semi-human countenances
    • made to consummate a union between a certain form of magic and
    • incomprehensible to the modern mind. Luciferic elements in the form
    • these cloud-like, spiritual forms seem to gather together into a mass
    • form has coarsened to a bear-like form and the further West they come
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    • all know, we are formed of solid matter only to a very small extent.
    • choice. We form our friendships for ourselves, likewise our other
    • the Monism that is formed by the working together of the living and
    • physical in a more inward way. In former times, the outer life was
    • into us from within, whereas they formerly worked into us from
    • transformed into inner feeling. Even if all the ideas developed in
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    • all know, we are formed of solid matter only to a very small extent.
    • choice. We form our friendships for ourselves, likewise our other
    • the Monism that is formed by the working together of the living and
    • physical in a more inward way. In former times, the outer life was
    • into us from within, whereas they formerly worked into us from
    • transformed into inner feeling. Even if all the ideas developed in
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    • from the soul experience. Formerly a change of consciousness at
    • Duality of human being. Head-man and trunk-man. Transformation
    • of head knowledge into heart knowledge. Transformation of
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    • myths. They brought to expression in the form of a myth what they
    • are formed about the origin of myths, the creation of mythology,
    • sometimes how myths have been formed among neighbouring peoples of
    • them in the form of myth.
    • through the Gate of Death and in new form experiences new destinies
    • have often already expressed it in another form — that is
    • being again which had the complete form of Osiris. She then gave to
    • hand, what the Egyptians in a certain sense formed as their highest
    • The point is not merely to form concepts, the point is that one is
    • able to form concepts that connect one with reality; the especially
    • for the Greek consciousness? To form even an historical concept of
    • to conduct his affairs he took on all sorts of forms, did he not —
    • of the being of Zeus — please note exactly how I form the
    • will examine the words a little, so that we can form an idea of what
    • did the Greek form this conception — that there was once a
    • as a super-sensible being — why did the Greek form this concept?
    • man's forming of concepts, his observation and perception were
    • ideas they formed of the Gods. Thus they looked back to Zeus, Hera,
    • has been left; the fluid in man that can take a drop formation; that
    • could transform the sulphur through Imagination into reality, if he
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    • taken, not from animal or earthly forms, but from the
    • form, as signs — such signs then are images of Imaginations.
    • find the corpse; that means to find the picture-script transformed
    • himself out of the atmosphere. Formerly he had seen it outside; now
    • more concrete form of the Osiris-Isis-myth: it is universal wisdom in
    • etherically, by having perceived it formerly as it were, outside, and
    • experience in its concrete form I have described for you with
    • formerly I saw in Imaginations. The air transmits to me the true
    • man.’ In the doctrine of the Old Testament this was transformed
    • only the air, but man himself has become coarser. That which formerly
    • the Nymph Egeria to receive information from her as to how he should
    • form over the earth today, without people having any idea of how out
    • A former age could
    • had grown to such a pitch that they asked themselves: When I form a
    • as it were, what as a child they had formerly perceived; they
    • That was supposed to have been the cross of former times.
    • the sign is this: man in the form of a cross. People today know so
    • Imaginations. One could say in another form: Osiris must become
    • find forms of experience which are common to the dead and the
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    • uniform source; they have very different origins, and we bear much
    • speak in common have formed the individually sounding languages,
    • all the deepest thoughts the Egyptians were able to form about the
    • inscription once stood on the veiled form at Sais. In fact the
    • genuine form she could accept it again from a group of spirits who
    • the ancient Isis must take on quite a different form.
    • spiritual science, to transform the cow-horns, so that even the paper
    • someone came before the provisional form of the statue of the new
    • living between birth and death, if one can form a few ideas of the
    • the force of the thought, the force of the idea in a new form. It
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    • quite a wrong interpretation. As the priests transformed the
    • very great, greater from a certain aspect than they were in former
    • the spring, the autumn, and he formed his concepts accordingly. And
    • as modern humanity forms its abstract, its straw-like abstract,
    • post-Atlantean period, the Cancer-culture, mankind formed concepts
    • abstractions one cannot form much idea of the intimate relation
    • different from the earlier forms of knowing. In this epoch
    • Aries-civilization formed a special relation to the surrounding world
    • more terrible than formerly, yet they are stragglers, out of date. We
    • made a complete revolution. What man had formerly received from the
    • post-Atlantean periods. Hence Jupiter has to perform the same service
    • to man in the fifth epoch as Mars had to perform in the fourth. And
    • with the human head, the human countenance, the human word-formation.
    • then through the Jupiter force one transforms the force coming from
    • form judgments in the way I have described: If I have one coin, then
    • at all is stated in the form, in the definite form, in which the
    • quite a different formulation, in fact in a reasonable formulation!
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    • transformations. Now we have already described in what sense I a
    • growing older was connected with a transformation of the soul and
    • from what lucid conceptions men have spoken formerly of science and
    • for instance, forms the spiritual challenge of the anthroposophical
    • etheric body or the body of formative forces, and then the astral
    • of formative forces, we see that we bear it within us between birth
    • blood and bones. We carry in us this etheric body of formative
    • ever older, the etheric or body of formative forces is old when we
    • transformed, and that one reacts to what one takes in just as the
    • what it will be like in later centuries; for them the right form will
    • crude materialistic form in which it appears today, attempts to force
    • our Group, in all his forms. If the false freedom of thought, which
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    • physical form that wanders about before our eyes as man — far,
    • say: Not only can one recognize in the human form, in the physical
    • of soul. One must only develop a feeling that this human form is a
    • spherical form. If one desires to express in a diagram what the human
    • head is, we can say: man is ruled by the spherical form (see
    • as a sphere, so one can picture the rest of man in such a form as
    • this (see diagram: moon form), only, of course, the two circles must
    • really conceive of man so — as spherical form and as moon-form.
    • meets us in its globular form, an image of the whole cosmos, as the
    • confronts us is externally complete. All that is spiritual has formed
    • slowly, is destined to transform the head-knowledge gradually into
    • call him the heart-man — to transform head-knowledge into
    • transform head-knowledge into heart-knowledge than to assimilate the
    • is transformed through what ascends from man as heart-warmth or love.
    • been transformed into heart-knowledge because people — I
    • transformed into heart-knowledge. And that is precisely the task
    • transformed into heart-knowledge. A real miracle will happen if
    • head-knowledge is transformed into heart-knowledge! One is completely
    • if it is transformed into what can flow to the head from the rest of
    • will be linked a complete transforming which can be felt by one who
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    • two-fold form something of the solution of the world-riddle. In
    • more deeply of the formula: The world as totality is a riddle, and
    • solution of the world-riddle. So this is a very serviceable formula:
    • we regard man's external physical form, we can distinguish in it the
    • its spherical form as an image of the whole cosmos, not only as a
    • starry heaven is at work to bring about the form, the shaping, the
    • case of man, it is with the formation of his head that the whole
    • ancestors is not the form of the head nor its inner forces, and that
    • the instreaming forces. Hence its formation and development are
    • be brought into a formula, into an essentially important formula. For
    • physical matter. Since our head has been formed and shaped by the
    • space, in order to form its spiritual element. And whilst our
    • Spiritual-Science, since we know that the Earth will be transformed
    • piece what is to form this new planetary existence. We human beings —
    • these two Zurich performances by Pulver and Reinhart have really
    • Swiss first performances by Pulver and Reinhart were discussed, where
    • not always held good. That we may be informed at least about the most
    • different form. (You can read in
    • time, so that man can find on earth what he formerly received from
    • about nature is far more spiritual than what was formerly known. What
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    • soul-life in unspatial formations. The arising of space from
    • shattered Form and of matter from out-spraying Spirit
    • Out-spraying form and radiating substance. The mystery of their
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    • form correct conclusions in this respect I endeavoured to show from
    • to the thought that just as the air that is all around him forms and
    • it is crystallised out into the wonderful form of man himself.
    • performed that man might come into being!
    • formulated it and defined it in countless different ways, but it lies
    • at knowledge when we have formed right judgments and exercised
    • thinking is quite incompetent to form a decision in respect of
    • make ourselves ripe for it to come to us. Then the judgment we form
    • present themselves and let them form the judgment. You may constantly
    • man begin to form a judgment. It is an interesting fact that one will
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    • one expects by thinking to come to conformity with some
    • transformed into reality the mistakes in our thinking. We actually
    • the world. We have to judge and form opinions — we shall see in
    • form. We should, as it were, be continually looking over our own
    • at all if they are to doubt whether the opinion they form on some
    • I have, of course, to live my life, and this means I must form
    • any thought about truth, if not by forming judgments in the ordinary
    • the general concept “wolf.” And now he can go on to form
    • merely judges and forms opinions. This is the kind of conclusion he
    • formulate any judgment on the matter, I am simply going to let the
    • An inclination to judge or form opinions wants to be continually
    • brilliance — not forming judgments but letting the things
    • and forms that work upon your eye, the smells and tastes that work
    • world of colour and form, and so on. We know the sense world through
    • then forms his judgments. The man who has learned surrender receives
    • transformed leaf. You may learn this from Goethe's researches
    • evolution when the larynx will be completely transformed, when it
    • and consequently unable to form any judgment about what is real. By
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    • true form may be described as active ruling wisdom. And what we call
    • time have been brought together and formed into a whole. Now it is a
    • Lucifer the senses have a different form of activity from what they
    • impossible to believe that some other form of activity in the senses
    • if I begin to write down the facts in tabular form on the blackboard.
    • to this fact that the sense organs have attained their present form.
    • remarkable one. You can form an idea of it if you will follow
    • shall not be able to form any correct idea of how the ego would now
    • has to connect together all kinds of thoughts and form a judgment or
    • opinion within himself. This forming of judgments within ourselves,
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    • soul-life in unspatial formations. The arising of space from
    • shattered Form and of matter from out-spraying Spirit.
    • draw the content of our life of soul, then we could form it in many
    • expansion and contraction gives forms. So you have movement, and the
    • outer expression of movement in certain forms. But there are no space
    • forms. The forms here meant are not spatial forms, but forms of
    • water which swims along, moving in forms, but it is all spiritual.
    • Movement — expansion and contraction; and then Form, which
    • differentiate within your soul-life: will, wisdom, movement, form.
    • form. Now you will see that the series we have here given for the
    • and of Movement, and Spirits of Form. In presenting our soul-life in
    • that they are not of space. We know, therefore, that by “Form
    • is meant the unspatial spiritually formative power of form. That is
    • very important. So when we speak of “forms” created by
    • the Spirits of Form we do not mean external forms in space but those
    • inner formations that only exist for consciousness and that we can
    • Spirits of Form on the Earth, we must bear in mind the purely inner
    • quality of the Spirits of Form, and we shall have to say: The Spirits
    • of Form created man on the earth in such a way that he still has an
    • invisible form. This agrees, in a wonderful way, with what emerged
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    • Out-spraying form and radiating substance. The mystery of their
    • spiritual forms — pulverised spiritual forms. And as we went on
    • of how the broken and scattered spiritual form has penetrated into us
    • formed the idea from what was said yesterday — that is, if you
    • formed the idea that man is in reality a kind of double being. Let me
    • purpose to be fulfilled in the performance of these organic
    • form, of form that is breaking and scattering and dispersing. When
    • form sprays into these activities, when shattered form, that is to
    • that in these activities we have to do with breaking form, with a
    • form that breaks to pieces. It is nothing more than special
    • manifestations of the destruction process in form that meets us in
    • destruction process in form, or as the shooting of form into matter.
    • and enter Kamaloka or Devachan. We retain in us a picture form which
    • the form to the bony system; and on this account is death, not
    • time, you need to be continually formed anew — even although in
    • form comes to a kind of boundary or limit and there breaks and
    • scatters; this pulverised form then shows itself as matter. That is
    • have here (a) purely spiritual form-rays of the blood substance, and
    • far as to form as it were a skin of substance, fine and slight, it
    • their ego from the Spirits of Form alone; for then they would
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    • are in a position to form some conception of what the ear was once
    • man when we trace back the human ear to its original form. For in its
    • forms with his word and his singing and his tone, so did the divine
    • words and the divine music bring forth forms.
    • most wonderful of all the forms created by Divine music. We may
    • then through this sound the possibility arises of creating a form in
    • the air. It was in like manner that form entered into the world out
    • of the cosmic Word, and the most precious of all these forms is man
    • As to-day the air comes into forms through the word of man, so did
    • our world come into its form through the Word of the Gods. And man is
    • the most excellent of these forms. The organ of hearing was, of
    • metal that will undergo transformations in the future but
    • transformations that will lead to greater perfection. Quicksilver as
    • and place into the world. It will assume new forms. Thus quicksilver
    • for any particular diet, I am merely informing you about facts of
    • the rest builds up and takes form and is perpetually there in man's
    • disappeared, we can form some idea of what that consumption and
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    • One. No person is held qualified to form a judgment on the contents
    • is an aggregate of what I would call form structures. This aggregate
    • of form structures, becoming ever more widely diffused, actually
    • human beings who have lived in former times. That which through our
    • impulses; and with the form it has acquired as the result of these
    • takes place a kind of union between the metamorphosed, transformed
    • follow this up in the outer human form, if we look at the being of
    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
    • Figuratively speaking, it approaches in the form of a hollow sphere,
    • transformed astral body, and the ego after having completed the
    • skin-sense formation, is organized by the earth.
    • intellect, our power of forming mental pictures, is deeply akin and
    • of forming mental pictures points in fact to our previous earth life.
    • We acquire this power of forming mental pictures by virtue of the
    • been formed from without as a skin-sense organ. The rest of the
    • circuit of the former astral body, and our will organization, which
    • just in our head organization something formed by the macrocosm, we
    • thus referred to our former earth lives.
    • thought that some kind of evolution, some nerves underlie the forming
    • processes which had formed his brain really point back to former
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    • One. No person is held qualified to form a judgment on the contents
    • is an aggregate of what I would call form structures. This aggregate
    • of form structures, becoming ever more widely diffused, actually
    • human beings who have lived in former times. That which through our
    • impulses; and with the form it has acquired as the result of these
    • takes place a kind of union between the metamorphosed, transformed
    • follow this up in the outer human form, if we look at the being of
    • on earth, is really formed from two directions. I have described to
    • Figuratively speaking, it approaches in the form of a hollow sphere,
    • transformed astral body, and the ego after having completed the
    • skin-sense formation, is organized by the earth.
    • intellect, our power of forming mental pictures, is deeply akin and
    • of forming mental pictures points in fact to our previous earth life.
    • We acquire this power of forming mental pictures by virtue of the
    • been formed from without as a skin-sense organ. The rest of the
    • circuit of the former astral body, and our will organization, which
    • just in our head organization something formed by the macrocosm, we
    • thus referred to our former earth lives.
    • thought that some kind of evolution, some nerves underlie the forming
    • processes which had formed his brain really point back to former
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  • Title: The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking
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    • The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking.
    • THE FORMING OF DESTINY IN SLEEPING AND WAKING
    • We can most easily form an accurate conception of the way in which
    • the child's consciousness does not take a form which can be
    • animals make uniform use of their four limbs, whereas in the human
    • If you can perceive how a human being speaks, how he forms his words,
    • qualities of speech. The forming of the words, the nuances of tone,
    • the Ego involved in what the human being performs with his limbs,
    • Spiritualism is veritably the most extreme form of materialism. It is
    • imbued with the Spiritual, in the form of idealism.
    • sleeping state as an echo of what has been performed by arms and legs
    • satisfied with what I have performed with my arms and legs.’
    • human being works at the formation of his own karma. He weaves it
    • needs for its texture. He weaves the threads that are formed out of
    • these are creative forces in the forming and shaping of karma.
    • being formulates in thought — something that has nothing to do
    • Again, when through universal human love a man forms a real link with
    • judgments that he forms — satisfaction or dissatisfaction with
    • the actions performed by legs and hands. This cannot be achieved by
    • condition and for our moral forces to perform their true functions in
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    • The Forming of Destiny in Sleeping and Waking.
    • THE FORMING OF DESTINY IN SLEEPING AND WAKING
    • We can most easily form an accurate conception of the way in which
    • the child's consciousness does not take a form which can be
    • animals make uniform use of their four limbs, whereas in the human
    • If you can perceive how a human being speaks, how he forms his words,
    • qualities of speech. The forming of the words, the nuances of tone,
    • the Ego involved in what the human being performs with his limbs,
    • Spiritualism is veritably the most extreme form of materialism. It is
    • imbued with the Spiritual, in the form of idealism.
    • sleeping state as an echo of what has been performed by arms and legs
    • satisfied with what I have performed with my arms and legs.’
    • human being works at the formation of his own karma. He weaves it
    • needs for its texture. He weaves the threads that are formed out of
    • these are creative forces in the forming and shaping of karma.
    • being formulates in thought — something that has nothing to do
    • Again, when through universal human love a man forms a real link with
    • judgments that he forms — satisfaction or dissatisfaction with
    • the actions performed by legs and hands. This cannot be achieved by
    • condition and for our moral forces to perform their true functions in
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  • Title: Address: The Spiritual-Scientific Basis of Goethe's Work
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    • form. Nor must one put an abstract interpretation upon his art by
    • not wish. If only the performance gives pleasure to the
    • perfect form. He says there, for instance:
    • is she creating new forms; what is, never was before; what has been,
    • I would call that former stage of insight the Comparative, which is
    • the former belonging to matter, insofar as we call it material,
    • former is everlastingly attracting and repelling, the latter is ever
    • of never forming conceptions beforehand of persons whom I expected
    • characterize the part which Evil takes in the formation of
    • transformations.
    • You thus may learn what transformations he
    • Through myriad forms of being wending,
    • the transformations which mankind has undergone in reaching its
    • present form. In these conceptions, he was in line with the theory
    • origin of the lower forms of life was that the impulse which was
    • with an artistic form in the transformation of Homunculus into a
    • formation of clouds, “he expresses his thoughts
    • forms in the following words:
    • shakes them out again, rejoicing at the variety of forms, remains
    • Delight thyself in forms long past away!
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    • form. Nor must one put an abstract interpretation upon his art by
    • not wish. If only the performance gives pleasure to the
    • perfect form. He says there, for instance:
    • is she creating new forms; what is, never was before; what has been,
    • I would call that former stage of insight the Comparative, which is
    • the former belonging to matter, insofar as we call it material,
    • former is everlastingly attracting and repelling, the latter is ever
    • of never forming conceptions beforehand of persons whom I expected
    • characterize the part which Evil takes in the formation of
    • transformations.
    • You thus may learn what transformations he
    • Through myriad forms of being wending,
    • the transformations which mankind has undergone in reaching its
    • present form. In these conceptions, he was in line with the theory
    • origin of the lower forms of life was that the impulse which was
    • with an artistic form in the transformation of Homunculus into a
    • formation of clouds, “he expresses his thoughts
    • forms in the following words:
    • shakes them out again, rejoicing at the variety of forms, remains
    • Delight thyself in forms long past away!
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    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • former epochs of history from that to which we are accustomed to-day.
    • in Italy Goethe begins to see the transformation of leaf into petal
    • they observed the changes and transformations taking place
    • the world. The Greeks formed a picture of the world by contemplating
    • When Schiller had conquered his former dislike of Goethe and had
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • were revealed in this poetic form of speech, mysteries which cannot
    • element by which the sounds of speech themselves were formed and
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • the form in which it still exists in the East — points to a
    • listen to the words uttered by another human being, we can form an
    • it is necessary for us to transform our attitude of soul if we are to
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    • must make our ideas plastic and form quite a different conception of
    • former epochs of history from that to which we are accustomed to-day.
    • in Italy Goethe begins to see the transformation of leaf into petal
    • they observed the changes and transformations taking place
    • the world. The Greeks formed a picture of the world by contemplating
    • When Schiller had conquered his former dislike of Goethe and had
    • itself. The poet of modern times has to give language artistic form
    • were revealed in this poetic form of speech, mysteries which cannot
    • element by which the sounds of speech themselves were formed and
    • oriental civilisation points to former conditions of life in its
    • the form in which it still exists in the East — points to a
    • listen to the words uttered by another human being, we can form an
    • it is necessary for us to transform our attitude of soul if we are to
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    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • different form.
    • form of mysticism which simply calls up memories in a different garb
    • present in any healthy life of soul and which forms a boundary
    • it takes its start from faculties of ordinary life, but transforms
    • organ, allowing the formative forces of the soul to express
    • illusory form ... When a man has this experience as a result of
    • of this oppression all that was previously within us in the form of
    • the ether body, or the body of formative forces.
    • member which works at the forming of the earthly body, is discovered
    • All the faculties that were formerly his, remain, and he can at any
    • moment, and at will, look back to what formed part of his
    • in a form that is intelligible at every point to ordinary healthy
    • practised over in Asia as a decadent form of Yoga, by men whose
    • way, but deliberately and systematically; he transformed the ordinary
    • which I have here described in the form in which it is suitable for
    • the body of formative forces working in us during earthly
    • existence. This body of formative forces has now been suppressed and
    • in and through the ether-body or body of formative forces, just as
    • formative forces although its life lies in other worlds. And when we
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    • in later life in a different form. Many a man believes that in
    • different form.
    • form of mysticism which simply calls up memories in a different garb
    • present in any healthy life of soul and which forms a boundary
    • it takes its start from faculties of ordinary life, but transforms
    • organ, allowing the formative forces of the soul to express
    • illusory form ... When a man has this experience as a result of
    • of this oppression all that was previously within us in the form of
    • the ether body, or the body of formative forces.
    • member which works at the forming of the earthly body, is discovered
    • All the faculties that were formerly his, remain, and he can at any
    • moment, and at will, look back to what formed part of his
    • in a form that is intelligible at every point to ordinary healthy
    • practised over in Asia as a decadent form of Yoga, by men whose
    • way, but deliberately and systematically; he transformed the ordinary
    • which I have here described in the form in which it is suitable for
    • the body of formative forces working in us during earthly
    • existence. This body of formative forces has now been suppressed and
    • in and through the ether-body or body of formative forces, just as
    • formative forces although its life lies in other worlds. And when we
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    • times was really a form of astrology. The mere mention of this word
    • form and that prophecy as a whole is a much wider sphere, connected
    • his predictions seemed to rise up in him in the form of strange
    • life reveal conformity to law and principle does not gainsay our
    • freedom. Many people are apt to say that this conformity to law in
    • but nevertheless related form. In those times, therefore, causes were
    • different forms; in short, the effects of causes laid down in ancient
    • in the womb of time and appear again in transformation, so too this
    • The forces in Nostradamus’ soul remained and were transformed,
    • transformed into the gift of seership. The same may be true of human
    • the same form as those of Nostradamus after their transformation.
    • Hebrew prophets in the form of mighty pictures and visions. The gift
    • with the transformation of surplus forces in the soul.
    • them before him and believes that they conform to the realities of
    • which more or less conform to fact. And one who rightly exercises the
    • has formed, not for the appeasement of cravings for knowledge or of
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    • times was really a form of astrology. The mere mention of this word
    • form and that prophecy as a whole is a much wider sphere, connected
    • his predictions seemed to rise up in him in the form of strange
    • life reveal conformity to law and principle does not gainsay our
    • freedom. Many people are apt to say that this conformity to law in
    • but nevertheless related form. In those times, therefore, causes were
    • different forms; in short, the effects of causes laid down in ancient
    • in the womb of time and appear again in transformation, so too this
    • The forces in Nostradamus’ soul remained and were transformed,
    • transformed into the gift of seership. The same may be true of human
    • the same form as those of Nostradamus after their transformation.
    • Hebrew prophets in the form of mighty pictures and visions. The gift
    • with the transformation of surplus forces in the soul.
    • them before him and believes that they conform to the realities of
    • which more or less conform to fact. And one who rightly exercises the
    • has formed, not for the appeasement of cravings for knowledge or of
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    • by men in those times go to form the content of history. But it must be
    • through the air, is that they have the tendency to assume forms and
    • shapes. Earthly substances too, of course, assume the forms we know as
    • too, build forms — forms that do not resemble those of the
    • Knowledge, we see within it floating forms, delicate ether-forms with
    • the inner organs of man. With trained etheric sight all these forms can
    • organs, however, these cosmic forms are usually of gigantic dimensions.
    • We see gigantic ether-forms, with the shapes of liver, lung, and so on,
    • interpenetrating the cosmic space around us. These forms, floating as
    • this happens. For as man inbreathes these forms which enter into him
    • merely through their dreamlike clairvoyance, to see these ether-forms
    • dissolved, pepsin-like substances in the ether, the form of the
    • breathing in the ether-form was not as if air were automatically pumped
    • into a space emptied of air. Think of an ether-form that passed into
    • as the cosmic forms sank into him. In recent lectures, some public and
    • now speaking, were able by way of these cosmic forms to pass from the
    • external observation for the inner power, which in former days had been
    • learn the intentions behind deeds that go to form the history of that
    • manifested, later on, in a more external form — looking back to
    • the times when forms of primitive grandeur were the source and
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    • civilisation, and arose because an older form of speech — the
    • Latin language in its original form, which was still connected with
    • forms of science and literature. He knows them only in the form of
    • described yesterday, the cosmic ether-forms enter into man and work for
    • “Jupiter” planet will arise from the densified forms
    • — impulses which will build the new world out of the forms
    • only in a grotesque, poetic form and also with a certain grandeur
    • the mechanical contrivances of modern life that form a kind of second
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    • evolution of the earth through different forms, and that the Greeks, at
    • being after the spirit-and-soul had departed from his physical form.
    • astral organism and Ego, work within this form. The form is irradiated
    • blood and the rest of the organism. The mummy was bare form, a form
    • The Egyptian Initiates used this form — in which the soul and the
    • what was present in the mummified form from which the soul and the
    • live on the earth because the human form was preserved by
    • achieved by this careful preservation of the mummified form, namely,
    • fettered, as it were, to the preserved, mummified form. And whereas
    • but they cannot use the body in order to form concepts about nature.
    • of an epoch when men were to form their concepts of outer nature from
    • so. The whole organisation of man was inwardly transformed. He felt
    • And so he turned to the observation of external phenomena; he formed
    • and the capacity to form thoughts and ideas about external nature
    • although they take a different form and the analogy is not perceived.
    • Modern humanity could have gained nothing by preserving the human form
    • been preserved, just as the mummy preserved the dead form of man. And
    • information conveyed to them by the Spirits indwelling the mummies to
    • the human being thinks, and his intellectualistic thought-forms are
    • thought-forms go forth from him; there are no little
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    • rites in their more modern forms enshrine secrets whose full
    • will give you a picture in the form of a kind of narrative.
    • delicate, aeriform, etheric substance. Again a lower layer in the earth
    • image, the earth, let us study the human head. The human head is formed
    • except that he would, of course, have used the forms of expression
    • breathe in a particular way; and by transforming the breathing process
    • revealed as the deeds performed by the brain in the human organism
    • the necessity of understanding what is contained in the actual forms of
    • given to the preservation of the mummies. By way of the forms in the
    • forms lying before you in the mummy. Here you have very faint
    • head. But you have before you in great clarity and precision the forms
    • the plastic quality of the forms of the inner organs of the human body,
    • has the tendency to shape the breath into the form of a mummy. The
    • towards mummy-formation. And it is only because the body works against
    • “nascent” mummy is transformed back again. Thus what is
    • taking shape there as the breath passes onwards, is a form like the
    • mummy, a form that takes shape rapidly. In that the breath is breathed
    • out, it dissolves again. All that remains of it is a form of appearance
    • from the head outwards the etheric body is trying all the time to form
    • human etheric body tends to make it assume the form of a mummy, and
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    • the corpse, which can only have this particular form because a living
    • believe that the human corpse, with its characteristic form, could have
    • nature has, it is true, the power to destroy the form of the human
    • corpse but not the power to produce it. This human form is produced by
    • described, a picture, a concept of the human form was made possible.
    • Men trained themselves to unfold a picture of the dead human form in
    • ceremonies and rites are dead forms. Even the Mystery of Golgotha was
    • were merely forms preserved by tradition. He was able to make actual
    • the plant develops crude, unformed leaves, then, higher up, leaves
    • which have more developed forms but are transformations, metamorphoses
    • transformations of the one fundamental form of the leaf itself. Goethe
    • has an inner power of transformation, and it is just as possible for it
    • not two leaves, but one leaf, in two different forms of manifestation.
    • concerned, for the one form is red and the other green. Now if someone
    • manifesting in different formations. The same force works, sometimes
    • it has a particular form, at another place a different form. Goethe did
    • the seed it forms a root, a stem, leaves on the stem, then petals,
    • stamens too are only different formations of the leaf. He might also
    • petal and the slender stamen are only different formations of one and
    • formations. This cannot be pictured in the physical sense; something
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    • although in a different form. We see how men gave vent to this mood by
    • making their way, in a much modified and changed form, across Southern
    • different forms, towards other parts of Europe.
    • pictorial forms of presentation. One such is the story of the Holy
    • colouring and had adopted the forms of Roman Rhetoric — in other
    • words, had become formal and exoteric.
    • maintained its purest form and for some time there were Schools in
    • a somewhat different form, namely that owing to their intrinsic
    • esoteric substance. But over in the East, purely in the form of
    • found, formulae coined and proclaimed; but the possibility of
    • of vision, men must be given in the forms of abstract dogma, those
    • Latinised forms of thought, the knowledge bearing upon the etheric
    • decided to retain in the West only what the intellect had formulated
    • was born the modified form of the cult which now exists in the Roman
    • form of cult practised in the Roman Catholic Church, you will perceive
    • was gradually confined within the externalised forms preserved in
    • Europe a form of cult which does not, as in the East, take hold of the
    • followed by a current, which in the forms of Arabian thought was
    • becoming increasingly exoteric and formal. What men over in Asia had
    • picture of Man in his physical form as a being to whom the earth is not
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    • through this form of occultism, speak of the development of the true
    • will show you that the results of such a spiritual form of research
    • in its present planetary form, that is, they point to conditions
    • evolution of cosmic life itself, the transformation of our Earth and
    • investigation is the one which will form the subject of this
    • nature, I must say to myself: Their form of existence, the way in
    • the form of thoughts, representations, feelings, and impulses of the
    • we form in accordance with our thoughts and ideals; it is enough to
    • methods of initiation consist in other forms of soul-activity than
    • that the reason modern people form concepts and ideas is to gain
    • external life, with the external culture, this form of soul-activity
    • complete transformation. In other words (let me use the taboo word!),
    • transforms our whole consciousness.
    • endeavour to practice such concentration, such meditation, by forming
    • appear in the form of pictures, which cannot be compared to anything
    • practical experience). We recognize that in performing this activity
    • say: Everything that comes out of the child's soul, that forms
    • was formerly a mere belief, namely, that the human soul-spiritual
    • being comes from the spiritual world and forms the physical-bodily
    • super-sensible world, forming the prototype of a new incarnation, of a
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    • through this form of occultism, speak of the development of the true
    • will show you that the results of such a spiritual form of research
    • in its present planetary form, that is, they point to conditions
    • evolution of cosmic life itself, the transformation of our Earth and
    • investigation is the one which will form the subject of this
    • nature, I must say to myself: Their form of existence, the way in
    • the form of thoughts, representations, feelings, and impulses of the
    • we form in accordance with our thoughts and ideals; it is enough to
    • methods of initiation consist in other forms of soul-activity than
    • that the reason modern people form concepts and ideas is to gain
    • external life, with the external culture, this form of soul-activity
    • complete transformation. In other words (let me use the taboo word!),
    • transforms our whole consciousness.
    • endeavour to practice such concentration, such meditation, by forming
    • appear in the form of pictures, which cannot be compared to anything
    • practical experience). We recognize that in performing this activity
    • say: Everything that comes out of the child's soul, that forms
    • was formerly a mere belief, namely, that the human soul-spiritual
    • being comes from the spiritual world and forms the physical-bodily
    • super-sensible world, forming the prototype of a new incarnation, of a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and
    • Europe in the form of an ancient wisdom, from what could still be
    • super-sensible vision. This older form of wisdom, the last echoes of
    • evinced that the older form of spirituality had ceased to exist and
    • traditional form. Aristotle is aware of this older form of wisdom; he
    • super-sensible form. This stage, of not being able to connect any
    • accepts what the Catholic Church presents to him in the form of
    • the form of dogmas, that is to say, of intellectual forms of thought.
    • in the form of memories. It was no longer possible to gain an insight
    • their capacity of forming concepts by studying the conceptual
    • scholastics it was a conceptual form with clearly defined outlines,
    • things were altogether considered as forming part —
    • the form which this development took on just about the middle of the
    • other form of materialism which has come to the fore in spiritism,
    • laws. This forms part of what has been achieved from 1840 onwards.
    • “as-if principle”, in the form which it took on in a
    • things in the form of intellectual concepts and these things had
    • the super-sensible. Man himself, in the form in which he appears
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    • The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and
    • Europe in the form of an ancient wisdom, from what could still be
    • super-sensible vision. This older form of wisdom, the last echoes of
    • evinced that the older form of spirituality had ceased to exist and
    • traditional form. Aristotle is aware of this older form of wisdom; he
    • super-sensible form. This stage, of not being able to connect any
    • accepts what the Catholic Church presents to him in the form of
    • the form of dogmas, that is to say, of intellectual forms of thought.
    • in the form of memories. It was no longer possible to gain an insight
    • their capacity of forming concepts by studying the conceptual
    • scholastics it was a conceptual form with clearly defined outlines,
    • things were altogether considered as forming part —
    • the form which this development took on just about the middle of the
    • other form of materialism which has come to the fore in spiritism,
    • laws. This forms part of what has been achieved from 1840 onwards.
    • “as-if principle”, in the form which it took on in a
    • things in the form of intellectual concepts and these things had
    • the super-sensible. Man himself, in the form in which he appears
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    • conveyed, in this comprehensive form, a picture of the world. You
    • Haeckel had formed a world-conception; he was one of those who
    • know anything about the possibility of forming a conception of the
    • unfolded in its most perfect form before the natural-scientific
    • regard to all the thought-forms connected with what the human beings
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • feelings. What we experience in the form of feelings, is permeated by
    • lives in a corporeal form within the sentient part of man? Rhythm:
    • element of the instincts. This has been formed, if I may use this
    • symptomatic form, it reflects itself in what I have already
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • Outside, is everything which forms the object of man's thoughts. (A
    • nineteenth century, with the particular form of materialism which has
    • the proof of every form of unsocial and anti-social life.
    • which are given in the form of spiritual-scientific ideas, from out a
    • the form in which we can understand it, if we allow things to take
    • which forms part of materialism has furthered human development in
    • transformed itself into the intellectualistic, materialistic
    • throughout our life this moment is contained within us in the form of
    • see, an older and more instinctive form of wisdom could feel
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    • conveyed, in this comprehensive form, a picture of the world. You
    • Haeckel had formed a world-conception; he was one of those who
    • know anything about the possibility of forming a conception of the
    • unfolded in its most perfect form before the natural-scientific
    • regard to all the thought-forms connected with what the human beings
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • feelings. What we experience in the form of feelings, is permeated by
    • lives in a corporeal form within the sentient part of man? Rhythm:
    • element of the instincts. This has been formed, if I may use this
    • symptomatic form, it reflects itself in what I have already
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • Outside, is everything which forms the object of man's thoughts. (A
    • nineteenth century, with the particular form of materialism which has
    • the proof of every form of unsocial and anti-social life.
    • which are given in the form of spiritual-scientific ideas, from out a
    • the form in which we can understand it, if we allow things to take
    • which forms part of materialism has furthered human development in
    • transformed itself into the intellectualistic, materialistic
    • throughout our life this moment is contained within us in the form of
    • see, an older and more instinctive form of wisdom could feel
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    • FORMER PLANETARY CONDITIONS.
    • formed upon Saturn and they are the most perfect parts of man's
    • Saturn in the same form in which it exists to-day. But the first
    • existed in the form which was the first foundation of his physical
    • physical laws and develop in the form of cubes, hexæders, etc.,
    • so at that time forms developed which resembled apparatuses and which
    • space, formed the first foundation of that which developed later on
    • down his rays and that these rays then returned to him in many forms;
    • other forms of existence, so a cosmic body, such as Saturn, passes
    • Sun state of existence. The whole planet then emerges in a new form
    • and a considerable transformation had taken place. Upon the Sun, a
    • earth; it decays, but it forms the foundation of a new plant. Thus
    • everything which came raying towards it, and after having transformed
    • reverberate colours. The plant forms its green colour and other
    • observed like a dark mass, like dark forms against the light, like
    • been called by that name. The old form of Christianity always
    • and the exoteric form of Christianity, which is in so many cases
    • based upon misunderstandings, is that the older form of Christianity
    • Nazareth. The ancient form of Christianity wished to gain a
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    • FORMER PLANETARY CONDITIONS.
    • formed upon Saturn and they are the most perfect parts of man's
    • Saturn in the same form in which it exists to-day. But the first
    • existed in the form which was the first foundation of his physical
    • physical laws and develop in the form of cubes, hexæders, etc.,
    • so at that time forms developed which resembled apparatuses and which
    • space, formed the first foundation of that which developed later on
    • down his rays and that these rays then returned to him in many forms;
    • other forms of existence, so a cosmic body, such as Saturn, passes
    • Sun state of existence. The whole planet then emerges in a new form
    • and a considerable transformation had taken place. Upon the Sun, a
    • earth; it decays, but it forms the foundation of a new plant. Thus
    • everything which came raying towards it, and after having transformed
    • reverberate colours. The plant forms its green colour and other
    • observed like a dark mass, like dark forms against the light, like
    • been called by that name. The old form of Christianity always
    • and the exoteric form of Christianity, which is in so many cases
    • based upon misunderstandings, is that the older form of Christianity
    • Nazareth. The ancient form of Christianity wished to gain a
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etheric Body as a Reflexion of the Universe
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    • forces never go lost, but transform themselves. Natural science
    • life; it admits that forces do not go lost, but merely transform
    • spiritual world, which are needed to create the forms and the
    • pertains to the physical body only if we realise that its forms
    • heavenly forces of imagination are transformed into life-forces
    • Thus we cannot speak of our etheric body merely as a misty form, but
    • we should rather speak of it as a microcosmic form reflecting
    • as a specially perfect form. When we are born, our etheric body
    • already explained to you how wonderful are the imaginative forms
    • nationalism were to spread out exclusively in the form of passion,
    • is built in such a way that its forms are an artistic expression of
    • forms themselves reveal.
    • can only say, resembling) a human head. It is really formed in such a
    • and become his larynx. The lobe of the larynx grows upwards and forms
    • formed by the forehead. On the other side, we can see two
    • a form that, as a whole resembles a transformed human countenance.
    • The wings, larynx and ear are one form. We may therefore say that
    • should be transformed into something artistic. We should therefore
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    • forces never go lost, but transform themselves. Natural science
    • life; it admits that forces do not go lost, but merely transform
    • spiritual world, which are needed to create the forms and the
    • pertains to the physical body only if we realise that its forms
    • heavenly forces of imagination are transformed into life-forces
    • Thus we cannot speak of our etheric body merely as a misty form, but
    • we should rather speak of it as a microcosmic form reflecting
    • as a specially perfect form. When we are born, our etheric body
    • already explained to you how wonderful are the imaginative forms
    • nationalism were to spread out exclusively in the form of passion,
    • is built in such a way that its forms are an artistic expression of
    • forms themselves reveal.
    • can only say, resembling) a human head. It is really formed in such a
    • and become his larynx. The lobe of the larynx grows upwards and forms
    • formed by the forehead. On the other side, we can see two
    • a form that, as a whole resembles a transformed human countenance.
    • The wings, larynx and ear are one form. We may therefore say that
    • should be transformed into something artistic. We should therefore
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    • lifeless nature are all, to begin with, given form. That which exists
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • which we do not find in crystallised form, but formless, in dust and
    • builds them up into that form which is peculiar to its own nature.
    • say: Out there in nature, everything has its form, its configuration.
    • When man takes in these forms, he dissolves them. This is one form of
    • the process which goes on in man’s organism. The forms, as they
    • the substances have been absorbed and transmuted into fluid, forms
    • then give it form again. When we eat substances drawn from plants,
    • they are dissolved and then inwardly reformed, not, this time, in the
    • salt. It was dissolved and re-formed in his etheric body but he was
    • thought-experience of the formative process undergone by the salt.
    • he experienced as imaginations, as dreamlike imaginations, were forms
    • forms, cosmic configurations.
    • inner experience to him that salt is cubic in form. He was obliged to
    • on earth. And man again gives form to these cosmic thoughts in his
    • re-forming process undergone by substance within the organism of man.
    • embodied in the crystal-formations of the earth, to which man gives
    • form in his etheric body and consciously experiences - such was the
    • the Logos is working. The crystal-formations of the earth are the
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    • lifeless nature are all, to begin with, given form. That which exists
    • on earth without form, in lifeless nature, is really cloven asunder.
    • which we do not find in crystallised form, but formless, in dust and
    • builds them up into that form which is peculiar to its own nature.
    • say: Out there in nature, everything has its form, its configuration.
    • When man takes in these forms, he dissolves them. This is one form of
    • the process which goes on in man’s organism. The forms, as they
    • the substances have been absorbed and transmuted into fluid, forms
    • then give it form again. When we eat substances drawn from plants,
    • they are dissolved and then inwardly reformed, not, this time, in the
    • salt. It was dissolved and re-formed in his etheric body but he was
    • thought-experience of the formative process undergone by the salt.
    • he experienced as imaginations, as dreamlike imaginations, were forms
    • forms, cosmic configurations.
    • inner experience to him that salt is cubic in form. He was obliged to
    • on earth. And man again gives form to these cosmic thoughts in his
    • re-forming process undergone by substance within the organism of man.
    • embodied in the crystal-formations of the earth, to which man gives
    • form in his etheric body and consciously experiences - such was the
    • the Logos is working. The crystal-formations of the earth are the
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    • Reformation. I want you to understand me precisely. All the
    • of the Renaissance and Reformation. Indeed, with all the conditions
    • Renaissance and Reformation, would undoubtedly have received a very
    • which he would have received was transformed. He received it in
    • another form; it was transformed into a peculiar impressionability
    • connected, as you will see from former lectures, with this whole
    • ‘In a former life on earth this
    • creative, physically formative power.
    • single and uniform kingdom of the Angeloi is being turned into a
    • While the Michael community is being formed here upon earth, we can
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    • Reformation. I want you to understand me precisely. All the
    • of the Renaissance and Reformation. Indeed, with all the conditions
    • Renaissance and Reformation, would undoubtedly have received a very
    • which he would have received was transformed. He received it in
    • another form; it was transformed into a peculiar impressionability
    • connected, as you will see from former lectures, with this whole
    • ‘In a former life on earth this
    • creative, physically formative power.
    • single and uniform kingdom of the Angeloi is being turned into a
    • While the Michael community is being formed here upon earth, we can
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    • looked up to the stars in former times, he said to himself, “I
    • the materialistic element; the forms of thought would have become
    • those that [who] thought or felt differently. Quite rigid in form, devoid
    • of the former.
    • it to freeze. At first ice-crystals, like needles, would form here
    • and there, and as they continued to form they would accumulate into
    • particles of ice as they formed. And what is it that he now
    • perceives? He perceives that ice is forming. But out of what does it
    • seem to him to be forming? Out of nothing!
    • he is not right, for if the church really performed its task in full
    • transforms the earth.
    • hidden away, they worship Christ; there they perform their symbolic
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    • looked up to the stars in former times, he said to himself, “I
    • the materialistic element; the forms of thought would have become
    • those that [who] thought or felt differently. Quite rigid in form, devoid
    • of the former.
    • it to freeze. At first ice-crystals, like needles, would form here
    • and there, and as they continued to form they would accumulate into
    • particles of ice as they formed. And what is it that he now
    • perceives? He perceives that ice is forming. But out of what does it
    • seem to him to be forming? Out of nothing!
    • he is not right, for if the church really performed its task in full
    • transforms the earth.
    • hidden away, they worship Christ; there they perform their symbolic
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    • of transformation, in a special course of development. We know that
    • do with a particular forming of man's etheric body, during a very old
    • time of development in India; a particular forming of the astral body
    • formerly were those incarnated souls — into the fifth
    • formations in certain parts of the body. These names mean far more
    • (which is quite true, as far as an altogether external form of
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    • of transformation, in a special course of development. We know that
    • do with a particular forming of man's etheric body, during a very old
    • time of development in India; a particular forming of the astral body
    • formerly were those incarnated souls — into the fifth
    • formations in certain parts of the body. These names mean far more
    • (which is quite true, as far as an altogether external form of
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    • Spiritual and Social Transformations in Human Evolution
    • Spiritual and Social Transformations in Human Evolution
    • whereby he can act upon and transform external nature.”
    • is able to know and experience in the material world. To form an idea
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • Although there is not complete conformity between the way in which,
    • formulating what happens here in the physical world.
    • concerned to formulate something they have experienced in such a way
    • formulate things as they want them to be, in the way that suits
    • information about Anthroposophy.] They certainly do not. For
    • ordinary form, they like to get hold of something new; but for all
    • hence they found Anthroposophy more opportune than some other form of
    • time in such ugly forms is simply this: People realise that here it
    • the formula current at universities were once realities. The title,
    • is as free as are those forms out of which, in architecture,
    • things shall be said not through words alone, but also through forms.
    • Men should feel that here, through these forms, something different
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    • Spiritual and Social Transformations in Human Evolution
    • Spiritual and Social Transformations in Human Evolution
    • whereby he can act upon and transform external nature.”
    • is able to know and experience in the material world. To form an idea
    • same form of physical life beyond this time in the sixth or seventh
    • Although there is not complete conformity between the way in which,
    • formulating what happens here in the physical world.
    • concerned to formulate something they have experienced in such a way
    • formulate things as they want them to be, in the way that suits
    • information about Anthroposophy.] They certainly do not. For
    • ordinary form, they like to get hold of something new; but for all
    • hence they found Anthroposophy more opportune than some other form of
    • time in such ugly forms is simply this: People realise that here it
    • the formula current at universities were once realities. The title,
    • is as free as are those forms out of which, in architecture,
    • things shall be said not through words alone, but also through forms.
    • Men should feel that here, through these forms, something different
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    • evolution of humanity, science, art, and religion formed a harmonious
    • picture form, in the way that was possible in those times. That way
    • not merely by being communicated in words, but through forms which
    • formative activity in tones and in words — an art which also
    • Movement will become clear if we take our start from the forms in
    • assumed forms that do not really enable it to instil into its
    • Golgotha, from the consciousness that the Christ Being Who formerly
    • teach and perform the duties of pastors, but above all those —
    • I pointed out that it was a matter of forming communities; that what
    • by forming communities in which heart and soul and spirit work
    • drawn into the forms of thinking and ideation prevailing in various
    • world. When I gave this advice I never performed a ritualistic act
    • ceremonies, how they have to be performed. That was necessary. And
    • only gave advice. The one who started it, the one who performed the
    • very first ceremony in this Movement, performed it under my guidance,
    • religious Movement into a real spiritual community in a form suited
    • of itself, that it has formed — not, it is true, the content of
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    • evolution of humanity, science, art, and religion formed a harmonious
    • picture form, in the way that was possible in those times. That way
    • not merely by being communicated in words, but through forms which
    • formative activity in tones and in words — an art which also
    • Movement will become clear if we take our start from the forms in
    • assumed forms that do not really enable it to instil into its
    • Golgotha, from the consciousness that the Christ Being Who formerly
    • teach and perform the duties of pastors, but above all those —
    • I pointed out that it was a matter of forming communities; that what
    • by forming communities in which heart and soul and spirit work
    • drawn into the forms of thinking and ideation prevailing in various
    • world. When I gave this advice I never performed a ritualistic act
    • ceremonies, how they have to be performed. That was necessary. And
    • only gave advice. The one who started it, the one who performed the
    • very first ceremony in this Movement, performed it under my guidance,
    • religious Movement into a real spiritual community in a form suited
    • of itself, that it has formed — not, it is true, the content of
  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • pass through births and deaths and take on a special form of
    • existence between birth and death, in order to assume another form of
    • the senses. We then proceed, by studying that form of organisation
    • complicated structure, formed during long periods of development that
    • That form of
    • contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in which it now lives
    • descriptions contained in our spiritual science — were formed
    • formed our stomach, or everything that exists, spatially speaking,
    • possess was still formed from outside. Since that time, we have
    • super-sensible world has formed it, and when we look upon the physical
    • world, to begin with, as a form, — we return to the earth only
    • most spiritual form, this spiritually conceived idea would give you
    • death, we dive down with lightning speed into that which forms our
    • physical body in the form of super-sensible forces. We are
    • something that forms part of it.
    • elementary forms of description only enable us to explain
    • really requires to be explained in the form of images. In order to
    • with our physical body. Our recollections rise up in the form of
    • life-experiences now rise up in the form of imaginations. We can only
    • experience these things? — In the form of thoughts, connected
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    • pass through births and deaths and take on a special form of
    • existence between birth and death, in order to assume another form of
    • the senses. We then proceed, by studying that form of organisation
    • complicated structure, formed during long periods of development that
    • That form of
    • contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in which it now lives
    • descriptions contained in our spiritual science — were formed
    • formed our stomach, or everything that exists, spatially speaking,
    • possess was still formed from outside. Since that time, we have
    • super-sensible world has formed it, and when we look upon the physical
    • world, to begin with, as a form, — we return to the earth only
    • most spiritual form, this spiritually conceived idea would give you
    • death, we dive down with lightning speed into that which forms our
    • physical body in the form of super-sensible forces. We are
    • something that forms part of it.
    • elementary forms of description only enable us to explain
    • really requires to be explained in the form of images. In order to
    • with our physical body. Our recollections rise up in the form of
    • life-experiences now rise up in the form of imaginations. We can only
    • experience these things? — In the form of thoughts, connected
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    • express the fact that this form of consciousness once existed in a
    • time the human being was really formed out of these three soul-parts
    • mentioned to you: a uniform character of the soul, a soul-element
    • expressing this uniform character in the qualities of its character,
    • Graeco-Byzantine culture into Slavism, a particular form of the
    • of Golgotha, to a uniform soul-essence and may thus prepare these
    • souls having a uniform character for Christianity, and on the other
    • form, resembling an inspiration or an influence coming from the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, in the form in which it went out of the
    • form, the strivings after unity, in the manner in which they existed
    • case with nations. A nation is not an entirely uniform, homogeneous
    • remnant of the formerly great and widely spread nation) had souls
    • that possessed, in addition to a certain ancient form of
    • that lives upon the earth in the form of watery element, of liquid,
    • time is the earthly element, the Ego-forming element. When another
    • in its relation to man, only if we can contemplate the forms that we
    • thoughtless manner, but if we are able to understand what these forms
    • instance: The face has certain definite forms; flesh and air contact
    • the threshold of consciousness and the Spirits of Form have not in
    • vain set definite forms into Nature. It is possible to grasp the
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    • express the fact that this form of consciousness once existed in a
    • time the human being was really formed out of these three soul-parts
    • mentioned to you: a uniform character of the soul, a soul-element
    • expressing this uniform character in the qualities of its character,
    • Graeco-Byzantine culture into Slavism, a particular form of the
    • of Golgotha, to a uniform soul-essence and may thus prepare these
    • souls having a uniform character for Christianity, and on the other
    • form, resembling an inspiration or an influence coming from the
    • Mystery of Golgotha, in the form in which it went out of the
    • form, the strivings after unity, in the manner in which they existed
    • case with nations. A nation is not an entirely uniform, homogeneous
    • remnant of the formerly great and widely spread nation) had souls
    • that possessed, in addition to a certain ancient form of
    • that lives upon the earth in the form of watery element, of liquid,
    • time is the earthly element, the Ego-forming element. When another
    • in its relation to man, only if we can contemplate the forms that we
    • thoughtless manner, but if we are able to understand what these forms
    • instance: The face has certain definite forms; flesh and air contact
    • the threshold of consciousness and the Spirits of Form have not in
    • vain set definite forms into Nature. It is possible to grasp the
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    • this simple form, has its origin in the heights, with the
    • unknown to mankind by name. These are they who formed themselves into
    • the soul, the re-birth in the Spirit, was performed for the Mystics
    • beheld himself. Three stages were shown to him. He saw first forms as
    • they lived in a very distant evolution of mankind, then forms half
    • animal and half man, and finally perfect human forms. These three
    • little about what formed the last act in every such Initiation into
    • new life, he is reborn, he is spiritually transformed. He sees around
    • personally during the three days of initiation. What formerly was
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    • this simple form, has its origin in the heights, with the
    • unknown to mankind by name. These are they who formed themselves into
    • the soul, the re-birth in the Spirit, was performed for the Mystics
    • beheld himself. Three stages were shown to him. He saw first forms as
    • they lived in a very distant evolution of mankind, then forms half
    • animal and half man, and finally perfect human forms. These three
    • little about what formed the last act in every such Initiation into
    • new life, he is reborn, he is spiritually transformed. He sees around
    • personally during the three days of initiation. What formerly was
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    • The German original of this lecture is available only in the form or
    • available only in the form or notes and the text is not always
    • comes only from Intelligence. Formerly, all the affairs of life were
    • transform the Earth, spiritualise everything material; we must
    • Paradise. In free, creative activity men must transform the Earth.
    • of material existence, the importance of every form of manual work
    • Neurasthenia. In earlier times it was unknown, in its present form.
    • The true form of Christianity to-day is called Theosophy and it is a
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    • The German original of this lecture is available only in the form or
    • available only in the form or notes and the text is not always
    • comes only from Intelligence. Formerly, all the affairs of life were
    • transform the Earth, spiritualise everything material; we must
    • Paradise. In free, creative activity men must transform the Earth.
    • of material existence, the importance of every form of manual work
    • Neurasthenia. In earlier times it was unknown, in its present form.
    • The true form of Christianity to-day is called Theosophy and it is a
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    • indeed in a not too distant future, that older forms have come down
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • he longs to flee received their present form from the fact that man
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • person impelled to regard these forms as subhuman rather than as
    • comes a second, one already contained in seed form in the first. It
    • three people once joined forces and formed the executive committee of
    • his will into channels formed by the way things have developed in
    • formed groups of this sort and sent out good thoughts, escaping from
    • another, violently compulsive form, and so we need not be surprised
    • have had to call away individuals who formerly guided activities in
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    • indeed in a not too distant future, that older forms have come down
    • impulses and from the religious forms in which man's moral life finds
    • he longs to flee received their present form from the fact that man
    • super-sensible realm as the basis of knowledge. Externalized forms of
    • person impelled to regard these forms as subhuman rather than as
    • comes a second, one already contained in seed form in the first. It
    • three people once joined forces and formed the executive committee of
    • his will into channels formed by the way things have developed in
    • formed groups of this sort and sent out good thoughts, escaping from
    • another, violently compulsive form, and so we need not be surprised
    • have had to call away individuals who formerly guided activities in
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    • we thus remember a man and our former meeting with him?
    • of the etheric body are transformed into memory pictures. These light
    • grown man is very clever today] that the clever man can form an opinion
    • will be forbidden that is said otherwise than in the form patented and
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    • we thus remember a man and our former meeting with him?
    • of the etheric body are transformed into memory pictures. These light
    • grown man is very clever today] that the clever man can form an opinion
    • will be forbidden that is said otherwise than in the form patented and
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    • were just as enclosed within the limits of a certain form of growth
    • in embryonic form as with a bean. The bean grows from the seed in any
    • of forming an idea of this participation is to get to know a fact
    • have basically retained the same form. If, however, you compare the
    • which they could take something in and transform their nature. All
    • mental picture we have formed of an external impression, and now have
    • that happens, however, happens in conformity to law. Everything that
    • remains behind, but in a concentrated form. The astral body is the
    • sculptors and overseers working on the form of the life to come. For
    • man largely spends his time in Devachan working on the new form he is
    • groundwork for his future form. The life in Devachan is always spent
    • prototype of his next form. He forms this prototype by working into
    • forgetting assume a slightly different form. They change in such a
    • another form, and arise before man in the Akashic Record. Then he
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    • incumbent upon men to form each lecture so that it is part of a
    • medicine, irrespective of its various forms, still makes itself felt
    • you will know that definite forms of chronic illnesses are connected
    • national character and therefore take quite different forms. Thus for
    • will see that any form of one-sidedness must be avoided in the field
    • strongest justification for this form of illness and should not be
    • five different forms of human illness, that stem from the ego, the
    • a modern form, you must realise that this wisdom is, in some
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    • shape was formed differently, and both sexes were in a way contained
    • within it undifferentiated. We can form an external picture of the
    • individualities, which expresses itself in the multiformity of life
    • before the arising of the sexes. A great uniformity was there then.
    • say the earthy nature of the earth intensified, this uniformity
    • became less and less capable of transforming himself through the
    • everything that formerly helped to form man came from the
    • incarnates he comes down from the Devachanic world and forms his
    • human form. You have before you a human form, a human phantom
    • has taken antimony, you have before you a human form of very finely
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    • protective measures. This revolt is usually in the form of a
    • can see, then, that spiritual science helps us to form a judgment of
    • external form, it can be classified in species according to the
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    • up to form a deeper understanding of the being of man and various
    • movements of the planetary spheres that form a correlated system —
    • matter of course that man in his inner rhythm conformed with outer
    • us come back to the clock. In a certain respect this also conforms to
    • absolutely conformed to cosmic relationships. Man really was a clock.
    • And if he had not conformed to the cosmic situation, exactly the same
    • man's. In spiritual matters they conform absolutely to the cosmic
    • earth in his present form he fell out of this rhythm, hence the lack
    • without rhythm. Just as his inner life was formed from outside
    • covered with this basic formula of spiritual science. Think of the
    • the transformation of the three lower members: the third into the
    • count those that form the foundation of these, namely the physical
    • spiritualised form at the fifth stage as Jupiter, the Sun at the
    • transformed and spiritualised. So that here too, when we look at the
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    • beyond it. This is the moment you form the intention of getting rid
    • this good resolution forms a bond of attraction between B and A and
    • that we form connections with a great number of people in one life,
    • particular example. In Kamaloca we form the intention of carrying out
    • heredity, and is capable of re-forming the organism during the course
    • through our line of heredity. Its delicate convolutions are formed in
    • its effect. This effect appears in the form of some illness, and here
    • unfit to perform the task, is rebuilt through the illness so as to be
    • capable of performing it, although by the time the illness is over it
    • development. In order that the soul develops the power to form an
    • ancient time in which man came into being in his present form, the
    • therefore also capable of producing wrong formations of his organs
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    • at what moment this kernel of individuality can start its formative
    • to transform man's organism, assuming that circumstances are normal,
    • gradually transforms the organism, so that it becomes not only the
    • animal has a group soul, or we could say a group ego. Its form is
    • definite form, a form that is complete in itself? This is because
    • this form is imprinted upon it out of the astral world, and
    • essentially it has to keep it. Man has a form, which, as we have
    • stressed many a time, contains as it were all the other animal forms
    • within it as a harmonious whole. But this harmonious human form, the
    • animal body. It must not have such a rigid form as an animal body. We
    • compare that with the mobile human form, with its change of gesture,
    • him to imprint his own form on himself because his ego dwells within
    • we can see the way his particular individual soul forms itself more
    • still has this mobility because man can give himself his own form
    • itself in an external form like laughter and weeping.
    • all that forms man is in continuous development. That man has the
    • that cannot adapt themselves to the forms of the astral body, then
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    • man takes on a different form in different regions of the earth.
    • begun to acquire a form that is anything like our present-day one. We
    • Man could only acquire his present-day form because the sun shone on
    • descend, as it were, and to incarnate in a physical human form in
    • consisted of transparent forms that were therefore not actually
    • physical form they showed a lower form of humanity. They lived in an
    • strings from above, the deeds they performed were perfectly
    • belonged to a number of forms below. Up in the North they were group
    • take on the physical human form of the Lemurian people.
    • migrated to Atlantis, the human body evolved its form to the extent
    • acquired this form in the regions corresponding to the present
    • confined to rigid forms, and the highly developed human beings, those
    • of transformation. Just at the time when Atlantis began to sink there
    • of soul, and were a race of little men, and the giant forms who were
    • we see that in Atlantean times the human body could still form itself
    • on the form which enabled it to mould all the organs, heart, brain,
    • representing combinations: those on European soil, forming the root
    • bring the right form of culture to each different shade of the
    • but it happens again in ever new forms. The anthroposophical movement
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    • the bell do not immediately combine to form the thought that the bell
    • within it. The plant emerges from the seed, forms its physical body,
    • transformed more and more by education and life, and it will have
    • Here you have the plant before you in another form, as a small seed.
    • interpenetrate to form the physical, and the spiritual
    • our ego. Henceforth, however, they will need what is formed by the
    • thought, aesthetic judgment or the fulfillment of duty, forms a
    • not have been able to perform any action that can be created out of
    • connections into which he is placed so as to form the foundation for
    • educated by all manner of circumstances; these influence him and form
    • metamorphosis into different forms, but the old is perfected and
    • prove itself to be something new, will continually build new forms
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    • Anthroposophy in the upper consciousness may take the form of longing
    • remembrance of what had formerly been direct vision. By the time of
    • correspondence between the true form of man and those faculties. The
    • human form stems from the Spirits of Form. These Spirits are opposed
    • to the Ego. The bodily organs are pervaded by the Spirits of Form
    • teeth marks the culmination of the formative process which works from
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    • is not enough to form a simple concept or give an ordinary definition
    • the content of which was first given in the form of lectures, before the
    • fatal, but his whole being was transformed. There are many such
    • world-karma. The man was chosen to perform a task of special
    • higher knowledge will be attained by one who attempts to formulate it
    • we form for ourselves by means of our intellect, so in the spiritual
    • fact that mutual relationships are continually being formed between
    • the life after death in a kind of formula, although as our language
    • long as we are out of the body. If we have formed an erroneous
    • feelings they form the basis for a new conception of life. A monistic
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    • the gate of death we can make compensation in some form for
    • views of the world. But it is through what is thereby formed in our
    • universal”. It is also true that a great transformation will
    • relationship which ensures freedom from any still imperfect form of
    • sphere does not appear empty to us but that the deeds He performed
    • etheric body shall be rightly formed in his next incarnation. The
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    • Anthroposophy in the upper consciousness may take the form of longing
    • first, the same as was formed during our existence on Earth and we
    • the form of longing in the subconsciousness. It does not necessarily
    • possibilities; this may not be in the form of definite ideas but of
    • use of a differently formed body, just as the message from Berlin to
    • to a quite different planetary existence. The particular formation of
    • very little relationship with the former earthly body.
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    • remembrance of what had formerly been direct vision. By the time of
    • form of an oval (A) but during sleep divides into two parts (B), one
    • Ego-aura seems to envelop the human form.
    • information available to one who studies ancient records or records
    • are still well-informed about the starry sky will steadily decrease.
    • You can form an idea of this experience by picturing
    • with it. You then form an idea of the rose. It was in this way that
    • the Graeco-Latin epoch of the faculty of judgement and the formation
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    • tree in the form of an anthroposophical Christmas study — a
    • he performed towards the end of the sixteenth century. This deed is
    • continued to work, perceptible to those who through some form of
    • propagating Buddhism in its old form, for he too had advanced with
    • to be transmitted of the old form of Buddhism came to expression in
    • Christian form. It may truly be said that when the Buddha had become
    • great transformation which could have been achieved only by
    • industry only, of external forms of culture on the Earth.
    • to be formed entirely under the influence of certain old Mars forces
    • the souls of men. But this would have led to the formation of a class
    • of participating in external, material forms of civilisation. These
    • sound natural scientific principles, to formulate ideas and concepts
    • in the sphere of the Earth as he had formerly worked in the Mystery
    • of Christmas gift, certain information about Christian Rosenkreutz.
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    • correspondence between the true form of man and those faculties. The
    • human form stems from the Spirits of Form. These Spirits are opposed
    • to the Ego. The bodily organs are pervaded by the Spirits of Form
    • experience connected with Buddha in the form that is right for the
    • spreading in the world in the form of occult teachings, of Spiritual
    • presentation of Christianity in its more advanced form?
    • to the further transformation undergone by the human being between
    • much, much deeper! How can we form an idea of this real ‘I’,
    • We can form a valid idea if we say to ourselves: the ‘I’
    • utter the first word of which you were capable and to formulate the
    • upright, walk, speak and think, he is an expression of the form
    • between the true form of man and the faculties of standing and
    • talk only because its form is upright. The fact that it is able to
    • in the spheres of the Spirits of Form, the Exusiai. These Spirits of
    • Form, known in the Bible as the Elohim, are the Beings from whom the
    • human form actually stems; it is the form in which the human ‘I’
    • down to a level below that of these Spirits of Form. To what category
    • The Spirits of Form are the Beings who enable man to
    • him, to begin with, a perverted form. These Spirits ought really to
    • Form. They are Luciferic Spirits who have come to a standstill in
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    • teeth marks the culmination of the formative process which works from
    • act of what may be called the formative principle. The last
    • contribution made by the forces that give the human being his form is
    • formative process, for the principle which builds up the human form
    • is no longer in action. With the seventh year the formative principle
    • of what has already been established as form. After the seventh year
    • of what is already established as basic form. Therefore we can say
    • that the principle of form unfolds its activity specifically in the
    • first seven years of the life of a human being. The principle of form
    • stems from the Spirits of Form; thus these Spirits of Form are active
    • birth, his actual form is not complete. What happens is that the
    • Spirits of Form continue their active intervention during the first
    • his form merely needs to grow. The basis for the form has been
    • formative principle still produces out of the human being. The
    • formative principle has now come to its conclusion. Were its activity
    • we may ask: When these Spirits of Form have worked on the human being
    • on growing and the basic principles of his form develop still
    • without interruption. If we think only of the principles of form that
    • forms should not continue to grow if nothing were to intervene. But
    • principles of form still have an effect upon him. They have already
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    • everyday life we want to think or form judgements, but for that very
    • within us the transformed Saturn foundation, the transformed Sun and
    • transformed physical conditions. The only part of all this that is
    • substances of the Earth, transforms them into his blood and permeates
    • blood and what has been transformed by the blood, that is to say, a
    • containing invisible currents — all this exists in the form of
    • have been transformed into blood. It is through this process that the
    • And Seeming's changeful forms, around you flowing,
    • former we behold what is already in existence and in the latter what
    • detail. It is not only our present form of education that helps to
    • its indifference to form and colour is in such contrast to what we
    • assimilated is transformed into faculties for the new incarnation.
    • form a judgement of the mission of Anthroposophy.
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    • appropriately formed brain which, on passing through birth we formed
    • and mould his organs; he can fashion them in an imperfect form only
    • Earth he can certainly form and mould his body, but he moulds it then
    • form in which it will be revealed depends entirely upon how we have
    • could only be received by him in a form that would finally result in
    • in the form of Anthroposophy. We need not, however, be dejected by
    • A certain form of mediation is, however, possible in
    • can help them either by putting what we have to say into the form of
    • information given during this Winter about the life between death and
    • allow Anthroposophy to transform our lives in a way commensurate with
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    • question: How is the information given, for example, in the book
    • soul, it will be easy for you to form an idea of what remains of
    • become compared with their former vividness; that will give you some
    • can possibly have sense-organs formed entirely of substance of the
    • recognises that thoughts such as are formed on Earth have
    • differ in youth, in middle life and in old age, a particular form of
    • wishing continues throughout a man's earthly life. This form and
    • ceases to long for sense-impressions or for thoughts formed by his
    • because material existence is not the only form of existence evolving
    • only enter into the form of existence that has its archetypes in the
    • adopted a creed; without religion in some form it would be lonely and
    • of all forms of religious life; but when it reaches the Jupiter
    • lectures and lecture-courses, we should be able to form our own
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    • and the approaches that take the form of external occult and
    • human form, and in the Mystery of Golgotha. Mankind's response to
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    • all forms of cognition of this age. Therein also lies that which
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    • in water colour, drawings, coloured diagrams, Eurythmy forms, etc.
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    • Among the varied forms of knowledge that we try to reach
    • which Greek culture and other deepened forms of thinking had achieved
    • philosophy in its much profounder form, struggled to bring all the
    • when they can say to themselves: “This or that rarefied form of
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    • bodily form. They formed the idea that it was only a phantom body —
    • apparent to us in — one might say — an abstract form.
    • the form handed down by external tradition, show that they arose from
    • much more effectively expressed in paintings and other forms of art
    • thirsted in vain. They had it all, but in what form did they have it?
    • attenuated form of the spiritual world, a world which had in it the
    • through meditation, a little of that confidence in the forming of
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    • strongly, while he was assuming a form of body on the different
    • Nathan Jesus-child assumed a cosmic form such that his life was in a
    • it were the form of the Dragon in order to hold off the Dragon from
    • dragon, as it rose from the cleft in the form of turbulent vapours.
    • the Greeks the son of Apollo, the healing god. The weakened form of
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    • rushing through the storm. What form then did the world-picture —
    • the subject of the creative work performed by Jahve together with the
    • form into man something taken from the Earth itself. He wishes to
    • precisely the god who forms man out of the Earth — that is, out
    • this teaching about man, that he is formed out of the forces of the
    • Adam — he who was formed out of earth! That is the significant
    • engaged in the forming of man. Athene lends her aid and causes a
    • spark from spiritual heights to be united with man. Prometheus forms
    • the soul in the symbolic likeness of a butterfly. The Jahve-god forms
    • breath with what he has formed out of earth. And he wishes to dwell
    • Thus we are told how Jahve, when he was forming man out of earth,
    • commandment. The form of commandment found in the Decalogue is
    • had formerly been done for the harmonising of thinking, feeling and
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    • indeed to reappear in another form, a form purified by the Christ
    • seen up above and one may form the strangest conjectures about it, so
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    • Sun-spirit appears within the moon's vessel in the form of the
    • Impulse; and in this moderated form it had to reappear, so that it
    • Ruler of Earth-history, and we have a form which is quite as valid as
    • the Sibylline forces have been transformed in the subconscious depths
    • the transformation of a Sibyl under the influence of the Christ
    • see in what a gentle, tender form, imbued with the noblest qualities
    • form, a Christ-filled form, and then, if one can practise it
    • the sea are its drink. The earth has a formative power, a kind of
    • forms or impressions of itself in all directions, and in this way
    • Holy Spirit the uniformity of the distance from centre to surface
    • people had formerly made use — at first rightly and afterwards
    • “It cannot be denied that such spirits formerly
    • was intimated to men in former times. Even today we hear stories of
    • itself — how it represents the renewing in a different form of
    • script again in a new form.
    • try to read the stellar script in the form now given to us. For in
    • try to learn to understand the significance of that which formerly
    • gradually into the consciousness of men. Let us try to transform that
    • centre, the Son the surface, and the Holy Spirit the uniformity of
    • drink. The earth has a formative power, a kind of imagination; it has
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    • soul life: one that forms an extended, or subconscious (as it is now
    • on normal well formed sense organs and a well-developed brain. Are we
    • friend Overbeck (formerly Professor in Basle who died a few years ago)
    • chaotic forms apparently lack all law and order, yet follow a subtle
    • transformed, and, after several intermediate phrases had been passed
    • when spiritual science informs us that from falling asleep to
    • man's grasp of form, giving him the faculties needed to look at things
    • as a draughtsman and to express what he saw in forms. The central core
    • all flow into the transformation of the body and then appear as
    • transformation into his consciousness, enabling him to exercise his
    • asserted through a particular dream. It is clothed in this form to
    • produce the faculties in a crystallised form. But this stage having
    • dream its activity is transformed into forces evident in conscious
    • being still needed first to form the organs which will produce the
    • mankind is involved in continuous self-transformation. Man is sometimes
    • animals performances. In this way we can survey the whole range of
    • not applicable. For who performs the operation, even when it is carried
    • out by an ordinary man who is no philosopher? It is performed by the
    • former quite special experiences. One will then find — anyone who
    • following is seen. As the man's former urge had remained unsatisfied,
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    • soul life: one that forms an extended, or subconscious (as it is now
    • on normal well formed sense organs and a well-developed brain. Are we
    • friend Overbeck (formerly Professor in Basle who died a few years ago)
    • chaotic forms apparently lack all law and order, yet follow a subtle
    • transformed, and, after several intermediate phrases had been passed
    • when spiritual science informs us that from falling asleep to
    • man's grasp of form, giving him the faculties needed to look at things
    • as a draughtsman and to express what he saw in forms. The central core
    • all flow into the transformation of the body and then appear as
    • transformation into his consciousness, enabling him to exercise his
    • asserted through a particular dream. It is clothed in this form to
    • produce the faculties in a crystallised form. But this stage having
    • dream its activity is transformed into forces evident in conscious
    • being still needed first to form the organs which will produce the
    • mankind is involved in continuous self-transformation. Man is sometimes
    • animals performances. In this way we can survey the whole range of
    • not applicable. For who performs the operation, even when it is carried
    • out by an ordinary man who is no philosopher? It is performed by the
    • former quite special experiences. One will then find — anyone who
    • following is seen. As the man's former urge had remained unsatisfied,
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    • formed their peculiar characteristics has passed away with them and
    • externally and observe his form it is solely this embodiment of the
    • that goes beyond the single human life, that forms a connection
    • ancient philosophers formed their philosophies from the human
    • see thoughts as perception. In the former Greek thinking that would
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • the forming of world concepts. It is difficult to give clear
    • see from this that very many impulses of transformation as regards
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    • formed their peculiar characteristics has passed away with them and
    • externally and observe his form it is solely this embodiment of the
    • that goes beyond the single human life, that forms a connection
    • ancient philosophers formed their philosophies from the human
    • see thoughts as perception. In the former Greek thinking that would
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • the forming of world concepts. It is difficult to give clear
    • see from this that very many impulses of transformation as regards
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    • forms the sum-total of the forces which sustain the animal world of
    • other knowledge is only like information we could glean about a human
    • informant concerning what has come to pass in the planetary system,
    • contains, in the form of thoughts, all the formative forces for the
    • revealed in the form of thoughts and can be approached only through a
    • Jupiter and Saturn together formed a certain constellation, many
    • the form of thoughts. Mars is constantly blurting out to the souls in
    • transforms everything, just as a dream transforms the happenings of
    • physical existence. Venus transforms the occurrences of earthly life
    • are transformed by Venus into dream-pictures of infinite diversity.
    • utterances of Mars. She transforms and illumines her dreamlike
    • the forces which underlie the organs connected with the formation of
    • the formation of human speech, we must turn our gaze to this strange
    • the universe, builds and fashions the outer form, the body of man. It
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    • forms the sum-total of the forces which sustain the animal world of
    • other knowledge is only like information we could glean about a human
    • informant concerning what has come to pass in the planetary system,
    • contains, in the form of thoughts, all the formative forces for the
    • revealed in the form of thoughts and can be approached only through a
    • Jupiter and Saturn together formed a certain constellation, many
    • the form of thoughts. Mars is constantly blurting out to the souls in
    • transforms everything, just as a dream transforms the happenings of
    • physical existence. Venus transforms the occurrences of earthly life
    • are transformed by Venus into dream-pictures of infinite diversity.
    • utterances of Mars. She transforms and illumines her dreamlike
    • the forces which underlie the organs connected with the formation of
    • the formation of human speech, we must turn our gaze to this strange
    • the universe, builds and fashions the outer form, the body of man. It
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    • things, perhaps in the form of aphoristic considerations, and on
    • formed part of their being, but they also felt that they themselves
    • formed part of a whole. In regard to these earlier times, one could
    • formed from out the whole universe. Just as we now feel that the
    • they formed part of it, just as the finger now feels that it forms
    • reality. Astronomy has maintained the accepted ideas of a former
    • which fills us with life, in the form in which it is able to do so;
    • through our organism, we transform this air, so that it becomes a
    • For if we transform into a feeling what these explanations convey,
    • forms part of the earth. It breathes us in and out in 1/18th
    • little in the form of communications during the course of our life.
    • Before that time, they were only able to take up anything in the form
    • were, in the form of examples.
    • contains, to begin with, AERIFORM substances. And where the human
    • WARMTH. The human being breathes AERIFORM substances in and out —
    • substance, aeriform substance, warmth, we must say, in the case of
    • things can only be given in the form of examples. Let us now, for
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    • things, perhaps in the form of aphoristic considerations, and on
    • formed part of their being, but they also felt that they themselves
    • formed part of a whole. In regard to these earlier times, one could
    • formed from out the whole universe. Just as we now feel that the
    • they formed part of it, just as the finger now feels that it forms
    • reality. Astronomy has maintained the accepted ideas of a former
    • which fills us with life, in the form in which it is able to do so;
    • through our organism, we transform this air, so that it becomes a
    • For if we transform into a feeling what these explanations convey,
    • forms part of the earth. It breathes us in and out in 1/18th
    • little in the form of communications during the course of our life.
    • Before that time, they were only able to take up anything in the form
    • were, in the form of examples.
    • contains, to begin with, AERIFORM substances. And where the human
    • WARMTH. The human being breathes AERIFORM substances in and out —
    • substance, aeriform substance, warmth, we must say, in the case of
    • things can only be given in the form of examples. Let us now, for
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    • on us, namely, that the forms and configurations taken by man's
    • those who believe themselves to be forming their judgments out of the
    • can reveal — forming conceptions out of this about the birth of
    • is as if one of the lower forms of life had not yet developed the
    • of a lower animal, forming its senses out of its own substance and
    • (ingenious as this formula is, though it says as good as nothing) the
    • transform what is undifferentiated in the soul into spiritual organs
    • example (as I have said, you can find more exact information in the
    • present the tree as a formed mental image. But it can easily be said
    • faithful image. We must always go all around the matter, forming
    • you have a rose cut from the rose bush; you form your mental image of
    • it. You are able to form this mental image yourself. You will often
    • issue is something real. People form mental images of these things,
    • turns to the conceptual forms of the kind given by the Professor, an
    • with its transformations will no longer be there; yet this same kind
    • method, however, the Kant-LaPlace theory was formulated. This theory
    • uses must first be awakened, that he must transform his soul before
    • a form enabling one to see that the spiritual investigator is not
    • destructively (in so far as the soul forms mental images, in so far
    • of formative forces. This is the super-sensible body of the human
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    • associations have as their goal to transform the earth gradually into
    • transforming Europe into a social paradise! What is taking place now
    • that when associations are formed under the light of spiritual
    • the Exusiai, the Spirits of Form? Over there we must learn to
    • various ways according to the geographical formation.
    • lost a certain connection that they had formerly, a connection that
    • informed about everything but how he is informed! — he will be
    • unflattering), humanity is informed today about all sorts of things
    • by the press, but it is informed by the press in such a way that the
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    • absurd and easily detectable form, but also under the mask of all
    • form of destiny, between birth and death — everything we
    • experience in the form of destiny. This word contains many,
    • may have been destroyed. These experiences form part of life; but
    • they also form part of all the experiences in common which we are
    • which has been formed here, in the physical world. If we investigate
    • form of violent death, and a man who attains a great age before he
    • appear as a coincidence are not at all a coincidence, but they form
    • any way realise what this more encompassing form of consciousness
    • in part lost his former relationship with the spiritual world and
    • they will form something after death enabling him, not only to
    • him forms the link between here and beyond and constitutes the force
    • present time in such an intensive form, is established because here
    • physical world in the form of ordinary science consists of thoughts
    • bring with us through the portal of death in the form of acquirements
    • with them from the earth, but in a changed form, according to what
    • then it streams down again in this changed form.
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    • absurd and easily detectable form, but also under the mask of all
    • form of destiny, between birth and death — everything we
    • experience in the form of destiny. This word contains many,
    • may have been destroyed. These experiences form part of life; but
    • they also form part of all the experiences in common which we are
    • which has been formed here, in the physical world. If we investigate
    • form of violent death, and a man who attains a great age before he
    • appear as a coincidence are not at all a coincidence, but they form
    • any way realise what this more encompassing form of consciousness
    • in part lost his former relationship with the spiritual world and
    • they will form something after death enabling him, not only to
    • him forms the link between here and beyond and constitutes the force
    • present time in such an intensive form, is established because here
    • physical world in the form of ordinary science consists of thoughts
    • bring with us through the portal of death in the form of acquirements
    • with them from the earth, but in a changed form, according to what
    • then it streams down again in this changed form.
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    • our spiritual-scientific endeavour to form concrete ideas of how we,
    • form.
    • being's death we may have to do, in one form or another, with what is
    • form.
    • world also conveys his form to us by the picture which he calls forth
    • life between birth and death, or out of former incarnations.
    • that come from the dead who were formerly related to us. Many a human
    • transform himself as to receive into his own being something of the
    • physical body are subject to the influences of this our present form
    • can observe it if we consider ways of life, formerly very
    • of evolution goes ever onward to new forms of life. In bygone times
    • dead. What, then, did they do? You need only think of former times,
    • connect their life with the life-habits of former times — with
    • work in a purely spiritual way into other egos. Formerly he worked by
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    • our spiritual-scientific endeavour to form concrete ideas of how we,
    • form.
    • being's death we may have to do, in one form or another, with what is
    • form.
    • world also conveys his form to us by the picture which he calls forth
    • life between birth and death, or out of former incarnations.
    • that come from the dead who were formerly related to us. Many a human
    • transform himself as to receive into his own being something of the
    • physical body are subject to the influences of this our present form
    • can observe it if we consider ways of life, formerly very
    • of evolution goes ever onward to new forms of life. In bygone times
    • dead. What, then, did they do? You need only think of former times,
    • connect their life with the life-habits of former times — with
    • work in a purely spiritual way into other egos. Formerly he worked by
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    • world into the higher super-sensible worlds can demand a uniform
    • event so completely that one transforms one's own inner soul life
    • world: the capacity for transforming our own being into other beings
    • way that with every step we transform ourselves into every single
    • transformation, the soul needs something more than it already
    • the faculty of transformation it has to have in order to be at all
    • aware of the spiritual world. The faculty of transformation I have
    • capable of transformation as it has to be in the elemental world.
    • sense world is the world of self-contained forms, for here the
    • Spirits of Form rule. The elemental world is the world of mobility,
    • of metamorphosis, of transformation; just as we continually have to
    • circumscribed form: all is in continual metamorphosis. A soul has to
    • this would require an enclosed form. Here, however, we must note that
    • adapted to the form. If the etheric body were not tucked into the
    • continuous transformation.
    • transformation. Then with its tendency towards movement it will fit
    • quite the opposite of the firmly imprinted form of the physical body.
    • of transformation. But the human soul could never live permanently in
    • permanently in a state of being able to transform itself as a human
    • the opposite direction to the faculty of transformation leading to
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    • world into the higher super-sensible worlds can demand a uniform
    • event so completely that one transforms one's own inner soul life
    • world: the capacity for transforming our own being into other beings
    • way that with every step we transform ourselves into every single
    • transformation, the soul needs something more than it already
    • the faculty of transformation it has to have in order to be at all
    • aware of the spiritual world. The faculty of transformation I have
    • capable of transformation as it has to be in the elemental world.
    • sense world is the world of self-contained forms, for here the
    • Spirits of Form rule. The elemental world is the world of mobility,
    • of metamorphosis, of transformation; just as we continually have to
    • circumscribed form: all is in continual metamorphosis. A soul has to
    • this would require an enclosed form. Here, however, we must note that
    • adapted to the form. If the etheric body were not tucked into the
    • continuous transformation.
    • transformation. Then with its tendency towards movement it will fit
    • quite the opposite of the firmly imprinted form of the physical body.
    • of transformation. But the human soul could never live permanently in
    • permanently in a state of being able to transform itself as a human
    • the opposite direction to the faculty of transformation leading to
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    • forces to form his etheric body as he descends to earthly life. We
    • to pour into man's earthly existence. The present forms a link in
    • nowadays provide mankind with a vast amount of popular information.
    • ones of solid, liquid, aeriform bodies and conditions of heat. When
    • use; nor is any other form of calculation, for they immediately play
    • that these elemental beings will gather together to form a kind of
    • certain age know that formerly one gained insight into another human
    • good. There are conditions which formerly were simply accepted but
    • elements or whatever chemical formulae are produced, all these
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    • forces to form his etheric body as he descends to earthly life. We
    • to pour into man's earthly existence. The present forms a link in
    • nowadays provide mankind with a vast amount of popular information.
    • ones of solid, liquid, aeriform bodies and conditions of heat. When
    • use; nor is any other form of calculation, for they immediately play
    • that these elemental beings will gather together to form a kind of
    • certain age know that formerly one gained insight into another human
    • good. There are conditions which formerly were simply accepted but
    • elements or whatever chemical formulae are produced, all these
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    • take on a special form of existence between birth and death, in order
    • to assume another form of existence after their passage through the
    • proceed by studying that form of organization which we designate as
    • physical body is a very complicated structure, formed during long
    • That form of contemplation which is, to begin with,
    • ordinary physical contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in
    • science were formed already during the Saturn period and we carry
    • spiritual than those that formed our stomach or everything that
    • which we now possess was still formed from outside. Since that time,
    • super-sensible; the super-sensible world has formed it, and when we
    • in the world, to begin with, as a form — we return to the earth
    • stars, if you imagine this in the most spiritual form, this
    • speed into that which forms our physical body from out of all the
    • at the foundation of our physical body in the form of super-sensible
    • within the world as something that forms part of it.
    • our physical body. The more elementary forms of description only
    • spiritual world that really requires to be explained in the form of
    • Our recollections rise up in the form of thoughts; through the power
    • now rise up in the form of imaginations. We can only say that we now
    • is woven into it. How did we experience these things? In the form of
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    • take on a special form of existence between birth and death, in order
    • to assume another form of existence after their passage through the
    • proceed by studying that form of organization which we designate as
    • physical body is a very complicated structure, formed during long
    • That form of contemplation which is, to begin with,
    • ordinary physical contemplation and ordinary science, in the form in
    • science were formed already during the Saturn period and we carry
    • spiritual than those that formed our stomach or everything that
    • which we now possess was still formed from outside. Since that time,
    • super-sensible; the super-sensible world has formed it, and when we
    • in the world, to begin with, as a form — we return to the earth
    • stars, if you imagine this in the most spiritual form, this
    • speed into that which forms our physical body from out of all the
    • at the foundation of our physical body in the form of super-sensible
    • within the world as something that forms part of it.
    • our physical body. The more elementary forms of description only
    • spiritual world that really requires to be explained in the form of
    • Our recollections rise up in the form of thoughts; through the power
    • now rise up in the form of imaginations. We can only say that we now
    • is woven into it. How did we experience these things? In the form of
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    • reality, the concepts, the percepts and ideas which we form
    • concerning the world, since we form them as we do because we are in a
    • perception of his surroundings, and thus he also forms concepts
    • we must consider and notice carefully how the human being forms
    • transforms itself, in reality, in one way or another, in a short or a
    • Man does not transform himself into air, water, etc. These are only
    • after thousands of years, it is transformed finally into warmth.
    • What is an experience? Well, you can form a conception
    • in the form of thoughts while we were alive — we survey, as it
    • we see that, after death, it forms part of our surrounding
    • an entirely different form. And, of course, we can approach the way
    • Spiritual Science can give us, to help us to transform those
    • about it. You can form a conceptual idea of the colour. But it is
    • the Building, must himself create all that is in it — its forms
    • with the Dornach Building — forms the aura of the Dornach
    • what the dead leave behind them, in etheric form, in our world. But
    • can gauge to what extent we must transform our conceptions, if you
    • thoughts which he formed during his life, and which he then
    • of ability to render our concepts more fluid, to transform our
    • objective world. We see, as it were, in the form of imaginations,
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    • reality, the concepts, the percepts and ideas which we form
    • concerning the world, since we form them as we do because we are in a
    • perception of his surroundings, and thus he also forms concepts
    • we must consider and notice carefully how the human being forms
    • transforms itself, in reality, in one way or another, in a short or a
    • Man does not transform himself into air, water, etc. These are only
    • after thousands of years, it is transformed finally into warmth.
    • What is an experience? Well, you can form a conception
    • in the form of thoughts while we were alive — we survey, as it
    • we see that, after death, it forms part of our surrounding
    • an entirely different form. And, of course, we can approach the way
    • Spiritual Science can give us, to help us to transform those
    • about it. You can form a conceptual idea of the colour. But it is
    • the Building, must himself create all that is in it — its forms
    • with the Dornach Building — forms the aura of the Dornach
    • what the dead leave behind them, in etheric form, in our world. But
    • can gauge to what extent we must transform our conceptions, if you
    • thoughts which he formed during his life, and which he then
    • of ability to render our concepts more fluid, to transform our
    • objective world. We see, as it were, in the form of imaginations,
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    • even in the external form of the human being. If we were to go far,
    • himself to develop those strong forces which were formerly poured by
    • times will become perceptible in the external, formative development
    • pliable bodily forms in which the spiritual was expressing itself
    • uniformity between the first and the later years of life. Even in
    • form and figure acquire a certain characteristic: the features that
    • concentrated form, in art. In actual fact, the material for the
    • people to form any adequate conceptions even of the most patent facts
    • number of concepts, and definite forms have thus been imprinted in
    • form and direction taken by culture in the near future that this is
    • achieves in the actual forming of the physical brain can never be
    • called upon to do something formerly done by the angel.
    • treasures of wisdom flowed into them in the same form of soul-life;
    • human being brings with him from his former incarnations are most
    • physical body that only a small part of the work formerly
    • so to transform and make himself master of his external sheaths that
    • worlds that the opposing outer nature is brought into conformity with
    • which forms the soil still contains any forces of renewal, any
    • formative forces, but rather — because the earth has passed the
    • destruction. The valleys and mountains are formed by the crumbling of
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    • even in the external form of the human being. If we were to go far,
    • himself to develop those strong forces which were formerly poured by
    • times will become perceptible in the external, formative development
    • pliable bodily forms in which the spiritual was expressing itself
    • uniformity between the first and the later years of life. Even in
    • form and figure acquire a certain characteristic: the features that
    • concentrated form, in art. In actual fact, the material for the
    • people to form any adequate conceptions even of the most patent facts
    • number of concepts, and definite forms have thus been imprinted in
    • form and direction taken by culture in the near future that this is
    • achieves in the actual forming of the physical brain can never be
    • called upon to do something formerly done by the angel.
    • treasures of wisdom flowed into them in the same form of soul-life;
    • human being brings with him from his former incarnations are most
    • physical body that only a small part of the work formerly
    • so to transform and make himself master of his external sheaths that
    • worlds that the opposing outer nature is brought into conformity with
    • which forms the soil still contains any forces of renewal, any
    • formative forces, but rather — because the earth has passed the
    • destruction. The valleys and mountains are formed by the crumbling of
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    • qualified to form a judgment on the contents of this work, who has
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    • The work of the Ego in transforming man, in connection also with
    • Transformation of their principles or bodies. Future full
    • form national character. Spirit of Form: normal, abnormal. The
    • Spirits of Form remaining on moon, influence man's brain, from
    • age and those influenced by abnormal Spirit of Form from moon.
    • Form at Stage of Spirit of Personality may also be called an
    • archangel is really an abnormal spirit of Form working on speech.
    • Folk-spirit, transforming his etheric body into Budhi or
    • decline. Angels transform their Astral body into Spirit-self or
    • do this transformation. Angel's Ego reaches much further than
    • abnormal. Spirits of Form, Motion, Wisdom. Distinction between
    • race and people. Normal Spirit of Form would keep one united
    • Spirit of Form and divides mankind into races. This belated Spirit
    • abnormal Spirit of Form.
    • ages of man in which Spirit of Form takes no interest. Spirit
    • of Form only interested in Ego, therefore when man is 19 –
    • abnormal Spirits of Form. Up to 20 man under these abnormal
    • spirits. The last third of his life under normal Spirits of Form,
    • Spirits of Form in old Persia in Ormuzd and Ahriman. Freshness of
    • of earth's surface formed by a balance between forces of Spirits
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    • openly and honestly to form the thought, that there are beings who do
    • himself in an external form that can be perceived or felt by the
    • Today we shall endeavor to form a sort of conception of
    • we wish to form an idea of a real being? A characteristic example of
    • spiritualizes them, transforming them from the present lower into the
    • future higher forms. The ‘ I ’ will remodel and
    • transform the astral, so that it will become something different from
    • etheric or life-body, by transforming it and remodeling it into what
    • physical body; he will transform it and change it into the spiritual.
    • seems grossest and most material, will, when transformed by the
    • that which will be done in the future to form the three higher
    • it with his ‘ I ’ and forming within it the
    • to form the first foundations of his physical body, then those of his
    • etheric body, and finally, to form those of his astral body and then
    • or mind-soul, were first formed in our present earth-existence. The
    • formerly passed through the human stage, should now be already at the
    • stage at which they are transforming their astral body into
    • earth, during the Jupiter state, shall finish the transforming of our
    • beings who were men in the Moon-period, finished the transforming of
    • with his ‘ I ’, [when] he transforms his etheric or
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    • expressed in some form or other. And this physical form in which the
    • countries in various parts of the earth knows that the peculiar form of
    • spiritual cloudlike formation which we must designate as the etheric
    • their true form on earth, endeavor to follow the interpenetration of
    • an abstract form, but if concrete connections are sought for, it is
    • of the egos of these beings. Now in order to form quite a concrete
    • 5. Powers, or Spirits of Form.
    • Beings whom we call Spirits of Form or Powers, who are now two stages
    • behind. Among these laggards are also some of these Spirits of Form
    • Spirits of Form or Powers, and by means of certain attributes can do
    • what at the present day can only be done by the Spirits of Form who
    • these Spirits of Form, tower four stages above the human stage. They
    • are possessed by the other Spirits of Form, and who can on that
    • For what have the Spirits of Form made of man during the earth
    • to himself if the Spirits of Form had not formed the brain into that
    • these are able to work even into the physical form, although they are
    • that which could not come about without the whole structure and form
    • those Spirits of Form who have remained behind at the Archangel stage
    • power so to transform the larynx, so to transform the entire
    • those Spirits of Form who are united with the Folk-spirits can only
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    • man, Beings who are working at the transformation of their etheric
    • bodies, who are now at the present time engaged in transforming their
    • body, prepare the transformation of the astral body itself, of the
    • etheric body and of the physical body. But these transformations are
    • in the soul-life of man. Hence also you must think of the form of
    • You may nevertheless form an idea of it if you will patiently follow
    • this external experience can never inform you that these three angles
    • make 180 deg., but you will at once be informed, whether you draw
    • figure in thought, without externally drawing it. You thus perform an
    • Now the Archangels are not Beings who can form
    • bring before him, does not affect the Archangels at all. In that form
    • transform it into our instruments, so are we the objects in so far as
    • finished the transforming of their astral bodies into Spirit-self or
    • Manas, and are now transforming their etheric body or life-body into
    • corresponds to the great ordinances of the Archangels. You will form
    • are formed, having special tasks. The action of the Spirits of
    • groups are formed having special tasks. This may last for several
    • of to form a special people, — there were not many such
    • opportunities. The Spanish people and the Portuguese formed one
    • themselves to us as being actually Spirits of Form or Powers, only
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    • of many, many of the Beings in the universe could his present form
    • other observations on the evolution of man, that formerly our earth
    • Will or Thrones, the Spirits of Wisdom, of Motion, of Form, of
    • woven out of many and various forms. It must be quite clear to us,
    • that this possibility was first given by the Spirits of Form, those
    • his physical body. These Spirits of Form have no particular interest
    • which the Spirits of Form take no particular interest; for that is a
    • repetition of the old Sun-period, and the Spirits of Form wished to
    • repetition. There too, those Spirits of Form who are evolving
    • for the Spirits of Form. They only intervene, out of their own
    • strange, that so far as the actual intentions of the Spirits of Form
    • of Form a kind of embryonic state, a sort of germinal condition, and
    • that these Spirits of Form who have developed themselves normally
    • one interfered with these Spirits of Form until the twentieth year,
    • consideration the activity of the Spirits of Form, man attains his
    • physical birth. It would not awake in the form in which it sees the
    • who remained at the stage of the Spirits of Form and are now active
    • as Spirits of Form in the Earth-evolution. Thus they are able, during
    • earlier epoch. They can bestow that which in the normal form of
    • from the abnormal Spirits of Form, which he would otherwise only
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    • namely, that in a race a normal and abnormal Spirit of Form must so
    • 1. Spirits of Form or Powers,
    • outstreaming forces; and where they come together they form as one
    • our earth to form itself into just such a planet as it now is. The
    • not be an element forming and throwing up waves so easily as water,
    • but it would form and throw up waves in a denser substance.
    • Now if you wish to form an idea of how the Spirits of
    • mighty wave in primeval ages formed the solid Alps. This conclusion
    • established, — the remarkable wave-like formation, which was
    • Spirits of Motion, the earth would be still in that form, if another
    • was added that which we call the activity of the Spirits of Form. You
    • may therefore imagine that these Spirits of Form, dancing as it were
    • forms; so that we have to describe the co-operative workings of three
    • Beings. You see the Spirits of Form at work, their influence
    • element, which was brought to rest by the Spirits of Form, —
    • formed; upon this surface the Spirits of Form literally dance upon
    • the waves, and bring them to rest and into form. For this reason
    • Form, who permeate the air and heat with their element, up to the
    • Seraphim — do the Spirits of Form manifest themselves? They are
    • the Spirits of Form weave and live. Since, however, the activities of
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    • You will therefore only be able to form a complete idea
    • Form, which brings about in our life on earth that there should be
    • races. For that uniform humanity, which man can only attain to again
    • normal Spirits of Form would have been necessary. These are the same
    • really recognize seven of these normal Spirits of Form in the entire
    • There are seven Spirits of Form or seven Elohim. If we
    • wish to form a conception of these seven with their various missions,
    • Spirits of Form so co-operate that what we have described in one of
    • Form could work in the way they have proposed among themselves, the
    • as other spiritual Beings co-operate with them, and vary this uniform
    • normal Spirits of Form are active, those Beings who, as described in
    • the universe, in which these Spirits of Form take counsel together
    • abnormal Spirits of Form should not by their activity produce too
    • of the Spirits of Form should detach Himself from the community; so
    • that, in reality, you have only to look for six Spirits of Form or
    • Form, who are really Spirits of Motion, the equilibrium should not be
    • aspect, when it is shown that the Spirits of Form go away with the
    • of Form, for they stand higher in the rank of the hierarchies —
    • had decided to remain behind, the normal Spirits of Form had to
    • activities of these normal Spirits of Form, it is best to think of
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    • hierarchy intervene and guide, how for instance the Spirits of Form
    • formed the black or Ethiopian race; when those other peoples came to
    • Spirit of the Age. It was that stream of peoples who formed the
    • formerly devolved upon the Chaldean Archangel; so that the leader in
    • has acquired its manifold representations and forms.
    • without the former. Therefore we must recognize the necessity for
    • were even already expecting to transform themselves from Spirits of
    • the Age to the next higher stage, to Spirits of Form, — just as
    • in certain respects already risen to the rank of a Spirit of Form, —
    • be a sort of Spirit of Form. What we are now coming to is something
    • had formerly gone through, he could pass comparatively quickly
    • ascent into the region of the Spirits of Form, which would at that
    • Archangels, in order to form individual peoples in various ways. It
    • form. It passed from the several guiding Archangels, — who had
    • a Spirit of Form. Thus it comes about that our fifth post-Atlantean
    • impulses of the old Egyptian civilization, and of a Spirit of Form
    • had raised himself to a certain rank among the Spirits of Form. Now
    • unique form of the Scandinavian mythology. If we compare, in the
    • their original form, such as we would have to see in a child, when
    • tendencies which were expressed later in the unique form of the
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    • the South, a uniform view of mythology, and on the whole a similar
    • this mythology, in one form or another, was outspread. That which the
    • acquaintance of a man; he wore a uniform made in such and such a way,
    • uniform, and ten years ago I met another who also wore the same
    • uniform.’ Now if the person in question were to believe that
    • ten years ago wore the same uniform, they could be compared with one
    • that uniform at those different times; and the essential thing is to
    • know what sort of man is in the uniform. This comparison may seem
    • the outer uniform. The apparel and the qualities of the Beings in the
    • comparison has only the value of a comparing of the uniform.
    • Indian civilization — which then acquired a literary form in
    • form an idea of what this difference consisted in we must realize
    • Record all that had formerly taken place in the evolution of
    • development sprang forth, so to speak, from the Spirits of Form or
    • domain they had already been formerly, and who were therefore no
    • the Powers or Spirits of Form. With these they were especially
    • Powers or Spirits of Form, whom they thought of collectively as
    • Spirits of Form or Powers, and which, from their point of view, the
    • comparing the uniforms. The important point is, the way in which they
    • look into the world of the Powers or Spirits of Form. That which is
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    • heard from former presentations given on similar themes, that the
    • stone, makes no difference to the purely formal act of cognition. But
    • like philosophical formulas, we might express it thus: The Indian
    • of this antithesis in a purely formal manner, then we shall also
    • relations to the outer world. Formerly, before man saw his ‘ I ’,
    • the various peoples, where these views are expressed in the form of
    • which was even then still participating in the formation of the races
    • form and coloring to man and made him an independent, active being in
    • form. Because the Northman could then see the reality, he saw that
    • seeing things in their true form. Whenever any part of the external
    • the influence of Loki or Lucifer, in the form in which the old
    • then find that this myth is formed for that clairvoyance. What does
    • memory of something experienced in former times, expressed in plastic
    • form. In Greek mythology there is no longer a direct connection with
    • Scandinavians. They then felt: ‘Everything we formerly
    • one day appear different from what they were formerly accustomed to
    • Formerly you looked into the divine spiritual world, and there
    • himself as receiving all that comes from former ages as the origin
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    • of the ‘Twilight of the Gods’, it will be well to form a
    • different stages of the human being, to form it and gradually to
    • Celts — of whom from former lectures we know that later he
    • surface as was necessary to form a foundation for the whole culture
    • body. But this form of world-conception which now appeared in Greece
    • Pyrenean peninsulas that which could be formed in the ‘ I ’
    • from the founding of the external constitutional form. The union of
    • founding of the parliamentary forms of government at once becomes
    • clairvoyantly experienced things of the spiritual world of former
    • more inward clairvoyant experience gone through in a former age. The
    • is for instance an individual man who performs his daily duties, let
    • something which existed in former times. I can only indicate these
    • in a differently developed form of conception and feeling, —
    • comprehended as such, although at a higher stage they again form
    • realized Christ in His complete form. This can, however, only be done
    • nature, both really working together, so that they do not merely form
    • was suckled and fed by that which, as we have seen, was formed out of
    • also show that we must form our ideals from such knowledge. We shall
    • gradually transforms himself into a Spirit of the Age.
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    • imaginative form is wonderfully connected with everything we can
    • the form of clouds; that was the condition when the descent of those
    • the bodies being formed upon earth.
    • rite, a ceremony; formerly it was a matter of observation. This
    • been preserved in the greatest purity in the Sagas which in former
    • the one who continued all that had been formerly received in
    • especially well and to transform it in the manner corresponding to
    • of future capacities are being formed.
    • be able to perceive from the physical plane that which could formerly
    • the Mystery-training will, by the transformation of the physical
    • of Christ will be repeated in the same form which was necessary
    • East; there, however, it assumes another form. It may happen that
    • again be repeated, that materialistic thinking will transform the
    • form of materialism. It would only be a continuation of what has
    • what was formerly the old clairvoyance must take a different form
    • see that it can no longer retain the old forms of the forces which
    • there exists the etheric form in which will embody that which we
    • shall once again see as the etheric form of Christ. And this alone
    • culture of the Holy Rishis in its true form; we lovingly accept the
    • sublimated spiritual perception in the form of philosophy. This must
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    • clairvoyant pictures densified into the forms of intellectual consciousness, as
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
    • go on dreaming, vaguely and in the abstract, of some form of Divinity, but he
    • being given to him in the form of new Imaginations, in which cosmic existence
    • men of earth, if they so wish, to develop a more and more automatic form of
    • complete manhood, however, cannot come to expression in such a form of
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • I have been speaking today of a matter upon which we cannot form a
    • A form of knowledge must develop which produces quite a
    • when applied to the plant kingdom, science must become a form of art, and still
    • more so in the case of the animal kingdom. To think that the form and structure
    • nonsense, the shadowy intellect cannot be transformed into a living, spiritual
    • abstract a form in the universities must be transformed and must lead to a
    • woman began with the departure of the moon, but this physical form of birth is
    • them if they lend themselves to what an ancient form of spiritual knowledge
    • an amazing network of intricate forms.
    • expression in the actual shaping and form of the surfaces of things in the
    • metamorphosis to the forms of the vertebras and cranial bones. But the process
    • whereby the forms of a previous existence are transformed, whereby the body of
    • the earlier life is transformed into the head of the subsequent life — it is
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    • clairvoyant pictures densified into the forms of intellectual consciousness, as
    • year of life. Women will then become barren. An entirely different form of
    • go on dreaming, vaguely and in the abstract, of some form of Divinity, but he
    • being given to him in the form of new Imaginations, in which cosmic existence
    • men of earth, if they so wish, to develop a more and more automatic form of
    • complete manhood, however, cannot come to expression in such a form of
    • has not allowed itself to be quickened by the new form of Imaginative Knowledge
    • I have been speaking today of a matter upon which we cannot form a
    • A form of knowledge must develop which produces quite a
    • when applied to the plant kingdom, science must become a form of art, and still
    • more so in the case of the animal kingdom. To think that the form and structure
    • nonsense, the shadowy intellect cannot be transformed into a living, spiritual
    • abstract a form in the universities must be transformed and must lead to a
    • woman began with the departure of the moon, but this physical form of birth is
    • them if they lend themselves to what an ancient form of spiritual knowledge
    • an amazing network of intricate forms.
    • expression in the actual shaping and form of the surfaces of things in the
    • metamorphosis to the forms of the vertebras and cranial bones. But the process
    • whereby the forms of a previous existence are transformed, whereby the body of
    • the earlier life is transformed into the head of the subsequent life — it is
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    • also began, in conformity with law, to bestir itself in man. At first
    • is possible to have some person near one and to see his external form
    • original form in the human soul. Why did this never occur to the
    • information concerning his immortality had to be given him in such a
    • leading from one form to another. Paul did not understand by “death”
    • who had formerly stood in the Mysteries before the soul that was
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    • have had occasion in Munich to perform what we call the Mystery
    • Plays, and Swedish friends have often been present. The performances
    • performances; that had to be a sense of responsibility to the
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    • indeed to await thy karmic settlement; but Christ has transformed thy
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    • revelations, but in such a form that their real inner meaning is
    • in a simple form so that it can be absorbed and, later, gradually
    • it is imbibed in a more or less childlike form. And if the questions
    • quite different form in the world in which we live, and attention
    • transform this ether into water-spirits. The plants transform light
    • into air-spirits; animals transform the spirit active in the chemical
    • live at all — he transforms the life-ether into Earth-spirits.
    • form; and into this phantom-like entity there was now mingled, as a
    • have spiritually created dense forms to which they had imparted
    • death. And these dense forms would have become the very things that
    • phantom-like beings which had issued from him in former incarnations.
    • attained the goal of Jupiter, and into those souls who will form a
    • His Name. Sins can be blotted out and transformed into living life
    • that with his words he forms a connection with the forgiveness of
    • his bond with Christ, even if he does not form it anew. Between the
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    • form, “sisterhood” doesn't even appear in the
    • Spiritual Scientific Movement know that our first aim is to form the
    • more than the gentle critic.” This we can find in various forms
    • were the main forces for forming out the character of these human
    • principle of mutual help appeared in a different form. Those who felt
    • common professions and trades began to form sort of trade unions
    • building guild was formed in which cooperation came about agreed upon
    • selflessness come about in forming the totality? None of our cells
    • pain in our hearts, to take up the Fight for Survival and transform
    • have to wait till that which forms roots in the totality ripens to
    • It is true that a talent is formed in quietude. It is also true that,
    • in the stream of the world, character is formed and with it the whole
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    • form, “sisterhood” doesn't even appear in the
    • Spiritual Scientific Movement know that our first aim is to form the
    • more than the gentle critic.” This we can find in various forms
    • were the main forces for forming out the character of these human
    • principle of mutual help appeared in a different form. Those who felt
    • common professions and trades began to form sort of trade unions
    • building guild was formed in which cooperation came about agreed upon
    • selflessness come about in forming the totality? None of our cells
    • pain in our hearts, to take up the Fight for Survival and transform
    • have to wait till that which forms roots in the totality ripens to
    • It is true that a talent is formed in quietude. It is also true that,
    • in the stream of the world, character is formed and with it the whole
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    • and of what exists in the form of ‘anthroposophical history’
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    • desire, to form a judgment as to the course of development in the
    • the abstract forms that are taught in schools as geometry and
    • through the senses represents the last transformation of the
    • to Christ We need to have again in a new form that which led on the
    • formerly could be experienced inwardly had ever more and more to be
    • and Vulcan periods. An astronomy from within where formerly
    • of nature where formerly there was the kind of piety possessed by
    • without distinction — as formerly He appeared among men, put
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    • had a central place in the cults performed by the Egyptian
    • it merely as a metamorphosis, a transformation, of ancient pagan
    • another form, from out of the earth. One of the Egyptian pyramids
    • be repeated in a different form during the fifth post-atlantean age.
    • a form which is suited to our own age, in the light of Christianity.
    • Christ and what He gives in a higher form than Osiris; but we can
    • form in which it has been transmitted to us — Osiris who
    • content of the Isis Mystery, but we must form it out of Imagination,
    • luciferic form. How does it appear to him? This luciferic picture of
    • be found in its later form among the Gnostics, and which the early
    • We must give form to this legend, for it sets forth the
    • a uniform white light that streams through the universe. It is that
    • spiritual form during the 20th century, not through an external
    • that arose with the modern consciousness of mankind. New forms
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    • history because the ancient form of knowledge belongs to ages lying
    • By the time the Mystery of Golgotha was drawing near, this form of
    • actual present, that men give very clear expression to that form of
    • ancient astrology was transformed into the world we picture today in
    • transformed into our modern knowledge of nature; what he had seen
    • spiritually through faculties of external knowledge was transformed
    • perceived, were faculties which at first developed in germinal form
    • what was formerly inner knowledge has drawn to the surface. If
    • The faculty that intensified in a different form in the
    • civilisation, new forms may arise, forms that are truly new.
    • Nor will these forms arise if we do not bear in mind
    • forms. You can only create these new forms when you have faith that
    • economic life must separate from one another and a higher form of
    • chaos will burst asunder. If this happens it will not take the form
    • that is necessary to humanity but an ahrimanic or luciferic form. It
    • threshold in our present day that can give the Christ-form to this
    • Initiation Science in order to perceive, in the form of a little
    • Organism based on Spiritual Science. If the old form of the state is
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    • Once again let us describe these forms of knowledge. On
    • visions, visions which in their whole configuration and form differ
    • world has a certain form in a specific part of the earth — in
    • with figures, this form of perception which saw a living
    • of the sciences. Locke speaks of the only form of knowledge that is
    • comes from an epoch when the primeval, purest form of vision of the
    • a new ‘Economic Council’ was recently formed. Out of
    • however formulated in precise terms by Dr. Rudolf Steiner and is
    • information can be obtained.
    • form they do, even among the leaders of Christianity. For example
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    • antbroposophical spiritual science receives its form at the
    • changed from all that I wrote and said formerly and have turned to
    • comes to a formal description of what spiritual science — from
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    • idea formed of him. The following example is particularly
    • characteristic for this form of attack. A building is being
    • artistic form of the building it is sought to realise that for
    • its true form were kept in view instead of a caricature of it.
    • In this pamphlet, therefore, the true form of spiritual science is
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    • than they formerly were, through the building at Dornach.
    • That which now forms the
    • it became necessary to represent in an artistic, dramatic form that
    • performances were at first given in an ordinary theatre. But it soon
    • belongs to it; a building which, moreover, in its form of architecture
    • through some form. of asceticism, or on something for which the nervous
    • investigator in natural science I would compare with the forms of a
    • thought-forms, just as the forms of a statue are forms.
    • lifeless form, were suddenly to begin to walk and to become living.
    • transformed that it no longer leads merely to images, but becomes
    • form that it takes involuntarily when he goes to sleep. He orders his
    • changed consciousness is active. The former has been transformed into a
    • experience which has been described there is formed a comprehensive
    • part of a refined physiology, a refined form of natural science.
    • putting into form of that which is aroused in our perceptions and
    • allegories in the forms of the building. Of that there is no question
    • is in the building was taken into account. If anyone explains the form
    • in what he constructs, to form a shell for what is within it, a shell
    • as it were in conformity with nature, so that the outer form is the
    • artistic in forms, colours and so forth. We have striven to make the
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    • form of existence; but the thoughts came with the pictures. One may
    • old humanity; but the thoughts were not formulated by dint of effort;
    • made between belief and knowledge. Knowledge came in the form of
    • saying: What man acquires in the form of wisdom must be true; but
    • in which he built up for himself a picture of the plant-form and
    • animal-form in his botanical and zoological studies was identical as
    • revelation of this spiritual vision presented to them in the form of
    • ascribes it to his own activity of thinking. He forms chains of
    • between thoughts should be formulated, for they came to him as
    • medium — the rising smoke — through form-creating words.
    • in him an entirely different mood. Whereas formerly he had felt that
    • dramatic form in keeping with this attitude. The leaders of the
    • their thoughts as produced by themselves. Whereas formerly man felt
    • Christianity. It was not until then that the old forms of the
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    • form of existence; but the thoughts came with the pictures. One may
    • old humanity; but the thoughts were not formulated by dint of effort;
    • made between belief and knowledge. Knowledge came in the form of
    • saying: What man acquires in the form of wisdom must be true; but
    • in which he built up for himself a picture of the plant-form and
    • animal-form in his botanical and zoological studies was identical as
    • revelation of this spiritual vision presented to them in the form of
    • ascribes it to his own activity of thinking. He forms chains of
    • between thoughts should be formulated, for they came to him as
    • medium — the rising smoke — through form-creating words.
    • in him an entirely different mood. Whereas formerly he had felt that
    • dramatic form in keeping with this attitude. The leaders of the
    • their thoughts as produced by themselves. Whereas formerly man felt
    • Christianity. It was not until then that the old forms of the
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    • reflejaban para ellos una forma espiritual de existencia, pero los
    • antigua, pero esos pensamientos no se formularon mediante el esfuerzo,
    • conocimiento llegaba en la forma de imágenes; pero la creencia se
    • materiales en obras de arte, y lo que adquirían en forma de
    • que el hombre adquiere en forma de sabiduría debe ser verdad; pero
    • en la hoja y la flor de la planta. Y la forma en que él
    • construyó para sí mismo una imagen de la forma de la planta y
    • la forma del animal en sus estudios botánicos y zoológicos era
    • presentan en forma de mitos, cuentos de hadas y leyendas por aquellos
    • pensar. Él forma cadenas de pensamientos, en conformidad con las
    • conexiones entre los pensamientos debían ser formulados, porque
    • él no vivía en sus pensamientos de la forma en que nosotros
    • pensamiento en esta forma. Eran iluminaciones; habían venido a
    • en los Misterios hablaban a sus alumnos de una forma como la que sigue.
    • convocaban a los que eran de alguna forma sus alumnos y en su presencia
    • ahora, en forma de elevación de sus sentimientos.
    • ascendente que de esta forma se expandía en ondas. Este acto estaba
    • través de palabras que creaban formas. Las palabras de la
    • hacia sí mismo, pero siempre devuelve afuera; de la misma forma
    • propios festivales se les dio una forma dramática, de acuerdo con
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    • reflejaban para ellos una forma espiritual de existencia, pero los
    • antigua, pero esos pensamientos no se formularon mediante el esfuerzo,
    • conocimiento llegaba en la forma de imágenes; pero la creencia se
    • materiales en obras de arte, y lo que adquirían en forma de
    • que el hombre adquiere en forma de sabiduría debe ser verdad; pero
    • en la hoja y la flor de la planta. Y la forma en que él
    • construyó para sí mismo una imagen de la forma de la planta y
    • la forma del animal en sus estudios botánicos y zoológicos era
    • presentan en forma de mitos, cuentos de hadas y leyendas por aquellos
    • pensar. Él forma cadenas de pensamientos, en conformidad con las
    • conexiones entre los pensamientos debían ser formulados, porque
    • él no vivía en sus pensamientos de la forma en que nosotros
    • pensamiento en esta forma. Eran iluminaciones; habían venido a
    • en los Misterios hablaban a sus alumnos de una forma como la que sigue.
    • convocaban a los que eran de alguna forma sus alumnos y en su presencia
    • ahora, en forma de elevación de sus sentimientos.
    • ascendente que de esta forma se expandía en ondas. Este acto estaba
    • través de palabras que creaban formas. Las palabras de la
    • hacia sí mismo, pero siempre devuelve afuera; de la misma forma
    • propios festivales se les dio una forma dramática, de acuerdo con
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    • receive the impression that every form of the human soul and
    • colors formerly used were not striking enough. He wanted to conjure
    • wanted to own something of his. First he would form an idea of what
    • the human form, he would enlarge a single limb, to ascertain how in
    • organism. Caricatured forms — in all sorts of contortions —
    • and their original form is no longer recognizable) we have the “St.
    • this form they correspond to what we can now see of the “Last
    • with respect to Judas, is, that this form itself conjures up a shadow
    • science new ideas and new conceptions were formed, but where it has
    • molded the form from an external model or made studies in detail as
    • instance, all the forces that formed that arm. Man felt himself
    • within the independent inner being of his own form. He did not look
    • at the form from outside but created “consciously” from
    • within, for he was still conscious of the formative creative force.
    • existence, which might take form in art, and the fragment of it which
    • embedded in the super-sensible; they must live in it to form the
    • soul: “Symmetrically and beautifully formed, there he stood, as
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    • receive the impression that every form of the human soul and
    • colors formerly used were not striking enough. He wanted to conjure
    • wanted to own something of his. First he would form an idea of what
    • the human form, he would enlarge a single limb, to ascertain how in
    • organism. Caricatured forms — in all sorts of contortions —
    • and their original form is no longer recognizable) we have the “St.
    • this form they correspond to what we can now see of the “Last
    • with respect to Judas, is, that this form itself conjures up a shadow
    • science new ideas and new conceptions were formed, but where it has
    • molded the form from an external model or made studies in detail as
    • instance, all the forces that formed that arm. Man felt himself
    • within the independent inner being of his own form. He did not look
    • at the form from outside but created “consciously” from
    • within, for he was still conscious of the formative creative force.
    • existence, which might take form in art, and the fragment of it which
    • embedded in the super-sensible; they must live in it to form the
    • soul: “Symmetrically and beautifully formed, there he stood, as
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    • animals of the same formation share a Group soul, a Group ego. Here
    • thus transforming it into a kind of syrup which is then carried into
    • stalk, leaves, and the tearing up of a root. The former gives the
    • if he was to go on evolving to his present form, these soft masses
    • been one great process of transformation, the passing over of the
    • existence. It is something which transforms our feeling and our will
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    • animals of the same formation share a Group soul, a Group ego. Here
    • thus transforming it into a kind of syrup which is then carried into
    • stalk, leaves, and the tearing up of a root. The former gives the
    • if he was to go on evolving to his present form, these soft masses
    • been one great process of transformation, the passing over of the
    • existence. It is something which transforms our feeling and our will
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    • environment perform actions, and enter into relationships even among
    • analogous to what lives in man. If we consider certain performances,
    • performance would denote for a man a great spiritual effort. A deep
    • radical distinction between what man performs with his soul, and the
    • which formerly was not as individualized as it is today. At one point
    • individuality works formatively on the body. This will be more and
    • individuality has worked itself out. Formerly, when marriage only
    • which pass over without separation into each other, thus forming a
    • especially developed for conflict; others were similarly formed but
    • bodies differed greatly in development even in external form. What
    • off during a former incarnation of the earth, and originated by
    • course of a long evolution was this body transformed to the present
    • the earth was meantime transformed, this standing still caused a
    • the one is transformed through the different ages of life, the other
    • down and look different from how they looked formerly.
    • too early, have adopted fixed forms which they should have gone
    • form is the human being. Imagine all the different qualities which
    • looks out from out of the human form.
    • pianist who can no longer play as he played formerly, if he has a bad
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    • environment perform actions, and enter into relationships even among
    • analogous to what lives in man. If we consider certain performances,
    • performance would denote for a man a great spiritual effort. A deep
    • radical distinction between what man performs with his soul, and the
    • which formerly was not as individualized as it is today. At one point
    • individuality works formatively on the body. This will be more and
    • individuality has worked itself out. Formerly, when marriage only
    • which pass over without separation into each other, thus forming a
    • especially developed for conflict; others were similarly formed but
    • bodies differed greatly in development even in external form. What
    • off during a former incarnation of the earth, and originated by
    • course of a long evolution was this body transformed to the present
    • the earth was meantime transformed, this standing still caused a
    • the one is transformed through the different ages of life, the other
    • down and look different from how they looked formerly.
    • too early, have adopted fixed forms which they should have gone
    • form is the human being. Imagine all the different qualities which
    • looks out from out of the human form.
    • pianist who can no longer play as he played formerly, if he has a bad
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Human Group Souls (Lion, Bull, Eagle, Man)
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    • events of that time, we find quite different forms of humanity.
    • etheric parts of the elephant form, which stretch far, far beyond the
    • man. That sounds terrible for modern man. That which today forms the
    • other men so that they form a ring which again sends its forces
    • forms a unity in itself, and within it, the egos. Thus there is a
    • which forms a unity because the egos are caught up in it, and the
    • over the world. These human beings form, then, this “round.”
    • That which is formed through the flowing together of their egos is
    • not indeed such a beautifully formed etheric body, but still it is a
    • because their egos formed a unity — and indeed, there were
    • Everything was still in a soft, slippery form — seething,
    • Among these grotesque forms were already, of course, the ancestors of
    • — such egos as were adapted to quite special forms, which were
    • category to enter another. The forms which were below must correspond
    • in their formation, in a certain way, to the kinds of egos which
    • waited. There were forms existing which were especially adapted to
    • have called the Bull soul enters quite definite forms which are there
    • soul was drawn to other special forms.
    • in their form. They were those in whom the heart, the seat of the
    • heart was specially developed, formed the human beings whose group
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    • events of that time, we find quite different forms of humanity.
    • etheric parts of the elephant form, which stretch far, far beyond the
    • man. That sounds terrible for modern man. That which today forms the
    • other men so that they form a ring which again sends its forces
    • forms a unity in itself, and within it, the egos. Thus there is a
    • which forms a unity because the egos are caught up in it, and the
    • over the world. These human beings form, then, this “round.”
    • That which is formed through the flowing together of their egos is
    • not indeed such a beautifully formed etheric body, but still it is a
    • because their egos formed a unity — and indeed, there were
    • Everything was still in a soft, slippery form — seething,
    • Among these grotesque forms were already, of course, the ancestors of
    • — such egos as were adapted to quite special forms, which were
    • category to enter another. The forms which were below must correspond
    • in their formation, in a certain way, to the kinds of egos which
    • waited. There were forms existing which were especially adapted to
    • have called the Bull soul enters quite definite forms which are there
    • soul was drawn to other special forms.
    • in their form. They were those in whom the heart, the seat of the
    • heart was specially developed, formed the human beings whose group
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    • in one form or another, as poison phenomena making an end of life.
    • of death, insofar as this death may then be spoken of as uniformly
    • ceases, as of a plant death added to the former death.
    • form the exterior corporeality, so long as the essential soul and
    • to explain again in detail what has been already indicated in former
    • even in the form adduced by the already-mentioned Russian scientist
    • hypotheses he can form a world conception which apparently stands
    • form the result of the disposition of the soul of our earth. And if
    • external form; just as in man the spiritual triumphs over the merely
    • instinctive, represented not in the separate form but certainly in
    • appear in such a way that what forms the foundation of the spiritual
    • individual animal form. We could only speak of a real death in
    • to a victory of what the lower, the individual animal form being
    • forms the background to our will impulses and in which this constant
    • in any form can indeed also be something which signifies an advance
    • incarnations, so that the life also assumes a more exalted form
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    • in one form or another, as poison phenomena making an end of life.
    • of death, insofar as this death may then be spoken of as uniformly
    • ceases, as of a plant death added to the former death.
    • form the exterior corporeality, so long as the essential soul and
    • to explain again in detail what has been already indicated in former
    • even in the form adduced by the already-mentioned Russian scientist
    • hypotheses he can form a world conception which apparently stands
    • form the result of the disposition of the soul of our earth. And if
    • external form; just as in man the spiritual triumphs over the merely
    • instinctive, represented not in the separate form but certainly in
    • appear in such a way that what forms the foundation of the spiritual
    • individual animal form. We could only speak of a real death in
    • to a victory of what the lower, the individual animal form being
    • forms the background to our will impulses and in which this constant
    • in any form can indeed also be something which signifies an advance
    • incarnations, so that the life also assumes a more exalted form
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    • formed quite specially that exactly the same causes, powers and
    • the natural investigator Wilhelm Preyer forms his own imagination. He
    • life formed backwards, in a certain way, so that the latter may
    • It is indeed true that the great results of natural science performed
    • in showing the metamorphosis of one form of life into another, and
    • of today's life forms, perhaps by means of a few differentiated
    • original life forms. But then Darwin says, in a very characteristic
    • forms of life back to an original one and in explaining the life of
    • speaking of these original forms of life in such a way that he
    • that if we could assume there was life in its simplest forms created
    • simplest forms full of such impulsion power, such impetus that it was
    • able to transform itself to complicated and manifold forms. —
    • more and more complicated forms through adaptation to their
    • already transformed into the lifeless. And the belief that life can
    • us as matter is only a transformed spiritual — then it
    • back to a form of the earth where the earth does not present itself
    • moving, but not formed, living matter in the most inferior organisms,
    • matter is, so to say, a living but still unformed substance, and
    • that which we call the formative principle, the transcendental
    • formative principle, as something purely spiritual at the starting
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    • formed quite specially that exactly the same causes, powers and
    • the natural investigator Wilhelm Preyer forms his own imagination. He
    • life formed backwards, in a certain way, so that the latter may
    • It is indeed true that the great results of natural science performed
    • in showing the metamorphosis of one form of life into another, and
    • of today's life forms, perhaps by means of a few differentiated
    • original life forms. But then Darwin says, in a very characteristic
    • forms of life back to an original one and in explaining the life of
    • speaking of these original forms of life in such a way that he
    • that if we could assume there was life in its simplest forms created
    • simplest forms full of such impulsion power, such impetus that it was
    • able to transform itself to complicated and manifold forms. —
    • more and more complicated forms through adaptation to their
    • already transformed into the lifeless. And the belief that life can
    • us as matter is only a transformed spiritual — then it
    • back to a form of the earth where the earth does not present itself
    • moving, but not formed, living matter in the most inferior organisms,
    • matter is, so to say, a living but still unformed substance, and
    • that which we call the formative principle, the transcendental
    • formative principle, as something purely spiritual at the starting
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    • particular form, a second or third time. The author argues as
    • into the basic ideas and forms which are to be found in the
    • the forms in which it appeared, must have spoken to the Greeks like a
    • message from another world. This creation of form was possible to the
    • organism is formed. The whole of a Greek's general education
    • models in order to create his forms. An inner knowledge gave them the
    • appropriate form. He put his soul into matter. It is natural that at
    • state, to appear again later in strengthened form. The achievements
    • of Greek sculpture had to pass through a sort of formative period in
    • the day of wakening, in a new form, in Michelangelo. But whereas in
    • nature things reappear in the same form and one day resembles another
    • and the plant its earlier form, the progress of humanity shows this
    • receive from the form of the hard stone the feeling that what lies
    • nature. Each type of stone calls for its own specific form, and each
    • from that in which Zeus or Hera or Apollo even in the form of the
    • sculpture to his painting the vital creative principle which informed
    • through them; they put into words, though often in confused form,
    • ourselves, and he expresses all this in external forms. If we then
    • Libyan, we see in them, though transformed, what we must call the
    • forms so directly to express what was wanted as this juxtaposition of
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    • particular form, a second or third time. The author argues as
    • into the basic ideas and forms which are to be found in the
    • the forms in which it appeared, must have spoken to the Greeks like a
    • message from another world. This creation of form was possible to the
    • organism is formed. The whole of a Greek's general education
    • models in order to create his forms. An inner knowledge gave them the
    • appropriate form. He put his soul into matter. It is natural that at
    • state, to appear again later in strengthened form. The achievements
    • of Greek sculpture had to pass through a sort of formative period in
    • the day of wakening, in a new form, in Michelangelo. But whereas in
    • nature things reappear in the same form and one day resembles another
    • and the plant its earlier form, the progress of humanity shows this
    • receive from the form of the hard stone the feeling that what lies
    • nature. Each type of stone calls for its own specific form, and each
    • from that in which Zeus or Hera or Apollo even in the form of the
    • sculpture to his painting the vital creative principle which informed
    • through them; they put into words, though often in confused form,
    • ourselves, and he expresses all this in external forms. If we then
    • Libyan, we see in them, though transformed, what we must call the
    • forms so directly to express what was wanted as this juxtaposition of
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    • The depiction of the Dornach building in the press. The formation of
    • and dreaming. The difference between the form and the action of the
    • the Mystery Drama performances. Joan of Arc. Experiencing the angels
    • transformation of experiences in the physical and the spiritual
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    • are changed in all sorts of ways, their form altered to such an
    • an objective state of affairs. If you want to inform a faraway friend
    • about something and write it down for him, it is you who form the
    • inwardly active of its own accord. We need thinking that forms
    • develop this inner capacity to form thoughts independent of anything
    • appear as they formerly did and appeal to our faith. Those times are
    • science of the spirit available today, they do so in a form that can
    • itself in our dreams, it can confront us with our self in a form that
    • stage, we have now reached an advanced stage and can form ideas about
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    • The depiction of the Dornach building in the press. The formation of
    • former. It is my only firm basis, and the eternal life I took
    • descriptions and all kinds of information about the spiritual world.
    • building, and watch our friends there transforming large blocks of
    • matters of the Munich performances, I was always aware that this
    • in the form of abstract theories, but in lively understanding of
    • mentioned is now in the spiritual world, and the spiritual formations
    • long illness, and that now form the basis of his spirit body. A
    • connection with our artistic work, or by mentioning a soul whose form
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    • with fishes, when we observe the life forms that creep along the
    • creatures of the developing Godhead in one form or another, even if
    • spiritual world. One forms an image of the person and then, while
    • essential thing about him is the deed he performed, which began as a
    • today, but you can see what it could signify presented in a form
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    • The difference between the form and the action of the deceased.
    • of the Mystery Drama performances. Joan of Arc. Experiencing the
    • and Ahriman. The transformation of experiences in the physical
    • but are in continuous movement and transformation. Objects in the
    • we clairvoyantly perceive a dead person who has taken on the form of
    • in his own form. The appearance of the deceased, then, is of very
    • form of either of those other individuals. In other words, we lack
    • the appearance or form is not at all important; a being is meeting us
    • in one form or another, and we need to note what this being does. If
    • words “I perceive” undergoes a transformation when we
    • which we had to work on the performances were such that we needed an
    • arrangements for the performances.
    • of a person we feel close to at the moment. The form in which the
    • takes on the form of an elemental being. In the physical world, our
    • can transform this insight into a genuine feeling. Transforming and
    • archangels worked actively on the poetical transformation of his
    • the inner progress of the soul. We transform our ordinary personality
    • that we learn in our mystical clairvoyant development to see forms in
    • something we acquire through transforming our feelings and
    • the physical world because the former are completely different from
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    • concentration are not some kind of miraculous mental performance, but
    • think and form ideas from its physical tools, namely, the nervous
    • forming of ideas, fully aware that we are outside the nervous system
    • life would not suffice to perform the task, which was to understand
    • different, super-sensible way could take the form of intelligent
    • intelligence is indeed able to understand information from the
    • treat information from the spiritual world as they treat the insights
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    • souls in our time in just this form, as insight and knowledge. In
    • These ideas were transformed into a true, spiritual light that
    • air. However, they always knew it was necessary to form the
    • something forms in the living tissue that is no longer alive but only
    • reality they live in the etheric body. They are formed by our
  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture Seven: Robert Hamerling: Poet and Thinker
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    • the outskirts of the Austro-Styrian town of Graz. The physical form
    • expressive, so eloquent was this physical form. It also bore the
    • pleasure, who had to perform Greek dances day after day and other
    • as if it were a miracle the cosmos itself performed on him.
    • fourteen years old. He formed a close relationship to a strange
    • in poetic form. So everything in him strove toward beauty, toward the
    • claimed to have read some grammar books, his performance in the
    • if in a large tableau. Then these images were transformed into a
    • soul until he found the poetic form for the personality of Ahasver.
    • form. Greece arose before his soul in the form to which he wanted to
    • In the form of a three-part novel, Aspasia became a wonderful
  • Title: Lecture: The Mystery of the Human Temperaments
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    • individual enigma — man. Not only must it give us information
    • To these belong those human qualities which today form the subject of
    • spiritual science is able to give also the necessary information
    • crystal. It has a regular form. If it is destroyed, nothing of its
    • form remains which could pass over to other rock crystals. The new
    • rock crystal receives nothing of its form. Now if we rise from the
    • parent plant. Here the form is maintained and passes over to the
    • as among its greatest results. Not only does one form proceed from
    • earlier forms, the lower evolutionary phases of his ancestors. Among
    • physical man as form and stature, and so forth, for the
    • investigate what was his former life when he passed through the gate
    • other forms of existence in the spiritual world. And when again the
    • him from his former life certain qualities of his life. Certain
    • According as he has performed this or that deed, he calls forth the
    • This human being as he confronts us in life, formed by
    • body, the etheric body or body of formative forces, the
    • such a way that they destroy the form of life, as we are able to
    • observe after death, when the physical forces destroy the life-form.
    • body does not conform to the physical and chemical forces and laws,
    • certain experiences in his former life.
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    • individual enigma — man. Not only must it give us information
    • To these belong those human qualities which today form the subject of
    • spiritual science is able to give also the necessary information
    • crystal. It has a regular form. If it is destroyed, nothing of its
    • form remains which could pass over to other rock crystals. The new
    • rock crystal receives nothing of its form. Now if we rise from the
    • parent plant. Here the form is maintained and passes over to the
    • as among its greatest results. Not only does one form proceed from
    • earlier forms, the lower evolutionary phases of his ancestors. Among
    • physical man as form and stature, and so forth, for the
    • investigate what was his former life when he passed through the gate
    • other forms of existence in the spiritual world. And when again the
    • him from his former life certain qualities of his life. Certain
    • According as he has performed this or that deed, he calls forth the
    • This human being as he confronts us in life, formed by
    • body, the etheric body or body of formative forces, the
    • such a way that they destroy the form of life, as we are able to
    • observe after death, when the physical forces destroy the life-form.
    • body does not conform to the physical and chemical forces and laws,
    • certain experiences in his former life.
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  • Title: Lecture: Technology and Art: Their Bearing on Modern Culture
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    • life. Steiner depicts here the transforming power of art as
    • civilisation to work upon himself, he has experiences which inform
    • is that in the former case the experiences become conscious; the
    • waking consciousness — is fully aware how little it conforms
    • into application. What happens is, fundamentally, a performance that
    • modern life in the form of machinery and the like presses into the
    • form of art leads him out of the material into the spiritual, but by
    • whereas formerly the pendulum of life swung now to the one side, now
    • the human soul and is also able to transform them; hence it is
    • are active in human speech, and when man formulates words, elemental
    • boundary between the two forms of experience was established during
    • souls of men. In the form in which they took their course in the
    • groupings are formed among the nationalities of Europe. Previously,
    • different impulses. How the single nationalities form alliances in
    • means of support different from those available in former times. And
    • very first steps — towards a new form of art. The attempt that
    • An ancient work of art made its effect through its forms
    • and colours; the forms and colours in the space they occupied worked
    • Building, it flows out to the boundaries of the forms.
    • the influence of the forms. This, in fact, is the work of art: not
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    • life. Steiner depicts here the transforming power of art as
    • civilisation to work upon himself, he has experiences which inform
    • is that in the former case the experiences become conscious; the
    • waking consciousness — is fully aware how little it conforms
    • into application. What happens is, fundamentally, a performance that
    • modern life in the form of machinery and the like presses into the
    • form of art leads him out of the material into the spiritual, but by
    • whereas formerly the pendulum of life swung now to the one side, now
    • the human soul and is also able to transform them; hence it is
    • are active in human speech, and when man formulates words, elemental
    • boundary between the two forms of experience was established during
    • souls of men. In the form in which they took their course in the
    • groupings are formed among the nationalities of Europe. Previously,
    • different impulses. How the single nationalities form alliances in
    • means of support different from those available in former times. And
    • very first steps — towards a new form of art. The attempt that
    • An ancient work of art made its effect through its forms
    • and colours; the forms and colours in the space they occupied worked
    • Building, it flows out to the boundaries of the forms.
    • the influence of the forms. This, in fact, is the work of art: not
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    • drips steadily from strange stone formations upon the stalactites
    • architecturally formed entirely out of the spiritual world, a
    • former times and who had gone up yonder to help now from over there.
    • poetical form, awakes in us a feeling for the kind of perception
    • from their own soil. For what they had experienced in the form of
    • souls in a purified and milder form. And thus we may say — it
    • Erin's finest sons the ancient battle cries had now been formed
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    • drips steadily from strange stone formations upon the stalactites
    • architecturally formed entirely out of the spiritual world, a
    • former times and who had gone up yonder to help now from over there.
    • poetical form, awakes in us a feeling for the kind of perception
    • from their own soil. For what they had experienced in the form of
    • souls in a purified and milder form. And thus we may say — it
    • Erin's finest sons the ancient battle cries had now been formed
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    • of knowledge which form the basis for a true understanding of life.
    • suppose he wants to inform himself about things that are actually
    • the fragmentary history that forms part of popular education. But
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • were souls who had had no contact with Christianity in former
    • Europe and who received Christianity in a form altogether different
    • and received Christianity in this form, are, speaking broadly,
    • surrounded from childhood by the decadent forms of ancient Oriental
    • culture which have remained in the language and other forms of
    • great many men were able to form very clear and definite conceptions
    • is absolutely right to refrain from uttering the bald, dogmatic form
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    • of knowledge which form the basis for a true understanding of life.
    • suppose he wants to inform himself about things that are actually
    • the fragmentary history that forms part of popular education. But
    • souls which expressed itself in a universal, pantheistic form of
    • were souls who had had no contact with Christianity in former
    • Europe and who received Christianity in a form altogether different
    • and received Christianity in this form, are, speaking broadly,
    • surrounded from childhood by the decadent forms of ancient Oriental
    • culture which have remained in the language and other forms of
    • great many men were able to form very clear and definite conceptions
    • is absolutely right to refrain from uttering the bald, dogmatic form
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    • created the Heaven and the Earth; and the Earth was without form and
    • “The earth was without form and void” — these are
    • many words have assumed quite a different meaning. Formerly it was
    • worlds not only deeds, but words. In former ages this was done; and
    • founded; it guarded and preserved the occult secrets in their form
    • from Physics that most substances can be transformed into gas.
    • which was formerly there in the water, divided there into finer
    • passes over into quite another form. This new condition, the
    • vapourous state in a higher form of development, is what we call the
    • and Comenius, the gaseous state was unknown in this form. It was in
    • which, however, as from a gas, the Universe was formed. Once upon a
    • clouds of misty vapour are formed out of the gas, so out of the
    • Heaven and Earth, and the Earth was without form and void, and the
    • us into vibration, and every word shapes itself into forms in the
    • Godhead, working formatively into this space. Then we hear the words
    • original foundation. Then it became cloudy; the seeds were formed;
    • the shapes and forms arise; worlds were formed out of the Chaos. But
    • perhaps at one time a beautiful, marvelously-formed plant, an entity
    • in the world that had also once been formed out of the Chaos. Then it
    • past of our earth. For Spiritual Science the future form is the
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    • created the Heaven and the Earth; and the Earth was without form and
    • “The earth was without form and void” — these are
    • many words have assumed quite a different meaning. Formerly it was
    • worlds not only deeds, but words. In former ages this was done; and
    • founded; it guarded and preserved the occult secrets in their form
    • from Physics that most substances can be transformed into gas.
    • which was formerly there in the water, divided there into finer
    • passes over into quite another form. This new condition, the
    • vapourous state in a higher form of development, is what we call the
    • and Comenius, the gaseous state was unknown in this form. It was in
    • which, however, as from a gas, the Universe was formed. Once upon a
    • clouds of misty vapour are formed out of the gas, so out of the
    • Heaven and Earth, and the Earth was without form and void, and the
    • us into vibration, and every word shapes itself into forms in the
    • Godhead, working formatively into this space. Then we hear the words
    • original foundation. Then it became cloudy; the seeds were formed;
    • the shapes and forms arise; worlds were formed out of the Chaos. But
    • perhaps at one time a beautiful, marvelously-formed plant, an entity
    • in the world that had also once been formed out of the Chaos. Then it
    • past of our earth. For Spiritual Science the future form is the
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    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • Envy does not always take on the form of conscious green envy. Of
    • everything in them bad. This is a secret form of envy which creeps
    • into our etheric body. There it takes on the form of an opinion, of a
    • in a masked form. What has taken place? A very significant process
    • Lucifer and Ahriman, crept into the human soul. In what form do
    • into the astral body which appears in the form of an extremely
    • were the object of his former envy. What can we now do for him? If
    • feel this forms part of a deep understanding of Karma and its laws.
    • far as real understanding. Rebuke recoils upon ourselves and forms
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    • hold good, life itself must take on a form which shows us how Karma
    • Envy does not always take on the form of conscious green envy. Of
    • everything in them bad. This is a secret form of envy which creeps
    • into our etheric body. There it takes on the form of an opinion, of a
    • in a masked form. What has taken place? A very significant process
    • Lucifer and Ahriman, crept into the human soul. In what form do
    • into the astral body which appears in the form of an extremely
    • were the object of his former envy. What can we now do for him? If
    • feel this forms part of a deep understanding of Karma and its laws.
    • far as real understanding. Rebuke recoils upon ourselves and forms
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    • Egyptian culture through an instinctive form of cognition. Even
    • deep influence proceeding form the astral body; during the third
    • concepts unless we take the trouble to unite the elements which form
    • whole world, which never existed before in this form, a battle which
    • induce people to form groups. And if these groups are sufficiently
    • acquired a form which transcends the purely personal destiny and
    • formulated questions, something about the great destiny-goals of
    • information concerning the great destiny aims of humanity, not
    • explained. For the Spirits of Form, which come after the Archai, are
    • transforming him into a “resigned” member within the
    • sentences, elastic forms. It is therefore necessary, as I frequently
    • explained to you, to consider not only the transformation of single
    • architectural forms, the great destinies of humanity. And it is good
    • with its forms which are stronger than any other architectonic forms
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    • Egyptian culture through an instinctive form of cognition. Even
    • deep influence proceeding form the astral body; during the third
    • concepts unless we take the trouble to unite the elements which form
    • whole world, which never existed before in this form, a battle which
    • induce people to form groups. And if these groups are sufficiently
    • acquired a form which transcends the purely personal destiny and
    • formulated questions, something about the great destiny-goals of
    • information concerning the great destiny aims of humanity, not
    • explained. For the Spirits of Form, which come after the Archai, are
    • transforming him into a “resigned” member within the
    • sentences, elastic forms. It is therefore necessary, as I frequently
    • explained to you, to consider not only the transformation of single
    • architectural forms, the great destinies of humanity. And it is good
    • with its forms which are stronger than any other architectonic forms
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    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • horizon of our consciousness appear forms, beings, and events
    • need to sleep which appears in the form of fatigue.
    • multiplied form. What is so alarming is that the oneness, the
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • something which we may designate as having been formed upon the
    • form, many things will be pressed into their organism; they will
    • the form in which it now exists in the animals of the earth. The
    • with something of which we may say that it forms part of us when
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    • the physical world gradually transforms itself and assumes the
    • horizon of our consciousness appear forms, beings, and events
    • need to sleep which appears in the form of fatigue.
    • multiplied form. What is so alarming is that the oneness, the
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • something which we may designate as having been formed upon the
    • form, many things will be pressed into their organism; they will
    • the form in which it now exists in the animals of the earth. The
    • with something of which we may say that it forms part of us when
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    • private circles I could formulate what I had to say in a way I should
    • of this determined the form of the lectures.
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    • of positivist science. If it can be described as a ‘formative
    • pass through us and be received again in the forms into which we can
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture I: Anthroposophy as What Men Long For Today
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    • think. But when we formulate them in words they appear, at first,
    • remains after a certain time? A distorted human form consisting of
    • of lime still resembles, in a distorted form, the human body, but if you
    • crystal forms, who conjures forth each spring the sprouting, budding
    • between birth and death? She destroys it, reduces it to formless dust.
    • is the human form; we study it in all its wonder. It is, indeed, wonderful,
    • for it is more perfect than any other form. to be found on earth. There,
    • earth. Yet this Realm of Nature cannot suffer the human form within
    • do not form ideas about it, but it is deeply rooted in our feeling life.
    • the question takes shape: Whence comes this human form? I look at the
    • wonderfully formed crystal, at the forms of plants and animals. I see
    • this — man says to himself — but the human form can come
    • form, forces that turn it to dust.
    • Where, then, is the world from which the human form comes? And at the
    • that other world, from which the human form comes?
    • say, my dear friends, that you have not yet heard this question formulated
    • life: Where is the other world from which the human form comes? —
    • for man, with his form, does not belong to this. People often reveal
    • whose magic womb I have sprung in my present form. To what world do I
    • I have only formulated what human hearts are saying. That is the point.
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    • case, we see an immediate transformation when external, physical substances
    • grain of salt in the mouth and it is at once dissolved. The transformation
    • nature, as the external world; it transforms what it takes in, and then
    • transforms it back again. Thus we must seek for something within the
    • relation to the form man bears into physical life, Nature is a destroyer;
    • man's physical body we see it destroys — or transforms — what
    • we will say ‘transforms’.) At any rate, what is taken in must
    • during which something incorporated into the human organism is transformed
    • very different. But when we try to find something similar to its former
    • are transformed into a condition in which the whole earth once was.
    • the stage midway between ingestion and egestion, when the former passes
    • resemble the earth; we hand over substances to the earth in the form
    • destroy the form of our physical organism. But this earth must once
    • not realise his power of also forming ideas freely from within. To do
    • so to strengthen our power of thinking — the power whereby we form
    • We learn to know the force that transforms food substances within the
    • body and retransforms them again. And in experiencing this higher man
    • plants, however, still bear within them the former primeval condition
    • only forming our ideas ourselves, and passing from one idea to another
    • He feels that this etheric body transforms his food-stuffs and transforms
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    • of Initiation itself. These three lectures will then form a kind of
    • form to which he is not accustomed today, but it fills him with deeper
    • poetic form.
    • and taught us in our former earthly lives; they have retired to the
    • who inhabit the moon remain. It is these who form the permanent element
    • — or, at least, had not formed such a judgment of one another as
    • thus forming their destiny for future lives on earth.
    • usually felt only in the will, take such a form for the initiate that the
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    • world and has been handed over to the elements in any form, there is
    • no longer any possibility that the human form, which has been impressed
    • down into the organism, between the formation of the thought and the
    • of life who can formulate them in an intellectually clear way and lay
    • joy in life, no firm foundation, no security. With the form man's thinking
    • saying: True; man's thinking, in the form it has so far actually taken,
    • ourselves, again and again, to per-form the above activity, irrespective
    • Formerly you felt for example: I am standing on my legs. The ground
    • earth in relation to our ‘second man’, as we formerly thought
    • to esteem ourselves inhabitants of the world of stars as we formerly
    • everything that occurs in solid forms. Yet there is a curious thing about
    • element begins, an inner formative force working with very great
    • uniformity. Take the whole fluid element of our earth — its water;
    • it is a great drop. Wherever water is free to take its own form, it takes
    • individual forms, which we can recognise. What is fluid, however, tends
    • always to take on spherical form.
    • to explain the spherical form of the oceans by terrestrial forces, you
    • will realise how vain such efforts are. The spherical form of the oceans
    • beyond the terrestrial in understanding his form. The moment you come
    • the form of his fluid components unless we think of the second man as
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  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture V: Love, Intuition and the Human Ego
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    • and that this tendency to spherical formation, due to the complex of
    • course, all this takes place in the subconscious. In its present form
    • etheric body, which otherwise conforms to the human shape, only protrudes
    • has from the cosmos the tendency to take on spherical form. The higher
    • tendency and mould the spherical form to the human shape. So we may
    • building up his own form out of the etheric, whereas the formative tendency
    • of the surrounding etheric is to give spherical form to what is fluid.
    • In man what is fluid takes on human form, and this is due to his inner
    • such a way that it develops the plant form out of the earth; and the
    • plant form clearly shows this response to the astral. The plant has
    • it is transformed into the human astral form, whereby complicated things
    • The human being moulds it to the most varied forms in order to make
    • bath, here his physical leg and here the same leg formed of water, then
    • sea, in the rivers, rising mists, falling drops and cloud formations
    • ‘water-earth’, in what constantly rises in the form of
    • vapour, forms clouds and descends as mist, in all
    • and present form a whole. If you have a twenty-year-old person before
    • into your former life on earth — into what we call previous
    • sense — of our former incarnation. Love, in the highest sense,
    • must be intensified so that we may be able to experience our former
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    • memories. And, as we formerly learnt to understand and experience through
    • functions it has to perform; how it is outside during sleep and receives
    • and the vault of heaven above, form our outer world. When we sleep what
    • former incarnations. During sleep one actually experiences, though without
    • state, or has returned to his former lives on earth. When talking simply
    • man forms a thought from his experience, this thought descends somewhere,
    • which we form the memory-thought — just as we form a thought of
    • the act of memory transforms into a thought just as we transform outer
    • have learnt to know in his physical form. Immediately after death I
    • be received again in the form into which we can transmute it. As human
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    • by the transformation the latter has undergone. We do not usually relate
    • at this type of dream-life that conjures outer experiences in transformed
    • in our dreams, transformed pictures of outer life. That is one kind
    • may dream of all kinds of snake-like forms and wake up with intestinal
    • peculiar formations constituting the vault. If Nye pursue our studies
    • though in an altered, symbolic form. Such paintings sometimes possess
    • in a dream. For, when awake, man experiences the form of his organs
    • however, puts this before him in pictures, although in transformed
    • organ-forms presented by the dream. One is forced to see that it is
    • exactly as he experienced them, while the strong man transforms and
    • another; study the configuration of his dreams. Then, having formed
    • the idea you have formed of his dream-life, you will be able to form
    • in a distorted, caricatured form. But they are not able to look into
    • the most varied forms. It is inwardly and outwardly immense. If, now,
    • The human liver, so perfect in its way, is formed from an imaginative
    • making up his mind to do something, forming certain intentions.
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    • we really come to see that the seed of a future life is being formed
    • within the withering process that proceeds from man's being of a former
    • faded and most closely united, in form and content, with the future
    • physical form, only beautified and ennobled (I say ‘almost’,
    • from the earth; and the heart indicated in some form or other reminiscent
    • physical structure of the human head. It is now transformed into something
    • spiritual and its form is still more wonderful as it withers, showing
    • its form so clearly. For the convolutions of the brain actually seem
    • to contain, in a withered form, deep secrets of the world's structure.
    • present is active to this extent; all the rest comes from his former
    • you draw forth from within you in the form of thoughts or mental
    • think about the intentions we have had, the actions we have performed
    • counterpart is perceived in dreams, but only in the form of weak
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    • transforms into memories which he recalls from time to time.
    • in the same form, only, it is received into the subconscious directly,
    • that arise from the depths of our soul in the form of thoughts as the
    • second form taken by memory — in a sense, its second metamorphosis
    • in the form of thoughts returning thereto. But while we lose the memories
    • upon it, gives us back to ourselves in objective form.
    • imagination of the artist draws. That is the first form of memory. Behind
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    • this has formed an impenetrable wall, over which in many cases there
    • forms of thought which dominated wide circles became during this time
    • prevailed among educated people that the human being ought to form
    • of men. Of course we do not need to advocate the peculiar form of
    • every shape and form. It recognizes only the miracle of all miracles,
    • and it has become so by having been completely transformed. When
    • letter to which I have referred, form the Head of his Order to
    • have made such magnificent progress; but, if we want to form
    • instance, that form the Jesuit side came the most flagrant lies; for
    • I beg you to notice that in both these forms really one of the most
    • this platform, without polemics, a purely historical lecture showing
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    • then in former times consisted definition by an Ecumenical Council?
    • was needed was a well-formed concept which could justify
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    • was the transformation of consciousness in man, which took place, as
    • Century. The human being wants ever more and more to form his own
    • able to evolve out of this common uniform folk consciousness because
    • general, however, man’s consciousness was uniform. It was a
    • and in their form they are at the same time something which enchants
    • external fabrication of natural laws which today forms the subject of
    • earth goes through a complete transformation; and folk consciousness
    • whole form of consciousness is in different categories of human
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    • followed by the stirring of conscience, but a demonic form appeared
    • forms were called Erinys or Furies. Only when men had lost the
    • capacity to see these demonic forms did they become able to feel,
    • He feels dimly: ‘Yet this is all different, from the form in
    • before birth; but though it is not in the form of clear thought, it
    • form a picture of the way in which this world must alter when we pass
    • essential being of lamb and wolf. One forms mental pictures of the
    • who hold that the concepts of wolf and lamb which we form for
    • reality, which in ordinary life one only forms as a concept, one
    • the whole visible world grows less distinct is a transformation like
    • in the future in another form. Human beings who feel this are more
    • for former lives on earth will revive. Men who are living today are
    • form; let us assume that a man has done something, and is troubled
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    • followed by the stirring of conscience, but a demonic form appeared
    • forms were called Erinys or Furies. Only when men had lost the
    • capacity to see these demonic forms did they become able to feel,
    • He feels dimly: ‘Yet this is all different, from the form in
    • before birth; but though it is not in the form of clear thought, it
    • form a picture of the way in which this world must alter when we pass
    • essential being of lamb and wolf. One forms mental pictures of the
    • who hold that the concepts of wolf and lamb which we form for
    • reality, which in ordinary life one only forms as a concept, one
    • the whole visible world grows less distinct is a transformation like
    • in the future in another form. Human beings who feel this are more
    • for former lives on earth will revive. Men who are living today are
    • form; let us assume that a man has done something, and is troubled
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    • sie aus dem «Tönen» indie Form übersetzt. Das ist
    • verständ-lich ist, wenn man sich die Formen plastisch (nicht
    • Veranschaulichung, daß sie hier in dieser Form vorliegen. Die
    • Nur ein paar Andeutungen seien gemacht. Jedes Zeichen, jede Form an
    • abwärtsgehenden Entwicklungsstufen früherer Formen
    • vergeistigte Produktionsform durch das sachgemäße
    • verschiedenen Formen derselben auf vier Grundtypen
    • ihrer menschlichen Form mit dem Tode zusammenhängen, und rotes
    • Blut ist der Ausdruck des Lebens, das aber in der menschlichen Form
    • geistigen Tönen bestehen. Die plastischen Formen der
    • «Seher» hört. Doch sind diese Formen keineswegs
    • durchströmt, auf die formende Hand wirken läßt. Die
    • plastischen Formen sind hier wirklich eine Art «gefrorener
    • diese Formen als Säulenkapitäle auftreten, erscheint
    • dieser Zustände durch die Formen der Säulenkapitäle
    • Erklärung beim Beschauen der Formen zugrunde legt. Man muß
    • künstlerisch-empfindend sich in die Formen hineinschauen
    • und die Kapitäle eben als Form auf sich wirken lassen.
    • die Formen von oben an, schieben sich in die Spitzen von unten hinein
    • und bewirken so, daß die unteren Formen nach den Seiten
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    • altem Können erworbene Form zu gießen. In den
    • dem gegebenen Format möglich war, ist der Versuch gemacht
    • losgelöst vom Gegenständlichen, als formgebende
    • plastischen Formen der sieben Säulen so, wie sie in ihrem
    • geformt waren, beibehalten. Ihnen sind die Worte, die Rudolf
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    • Entwicklungsstufen früherer Formen darstellen, die also
    • vergeistigte Produktionsform durch das
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    • menschlichen Form mit dem Tode zusammenhängen, und rotes
    • Form keine Erkenntnis für sich allein geben könnte.
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    • plastischen Formen der Kapitäle sind Übersetzungen
    • Formen keineswegs willkürlich, sondern so, wie sie sich
    • auf die formende Hand wirken läßt. Die plastischen
    • Formen sind hier wirklich eine Art «gefrorener
    • Daß diese Formen als Säulenkapitäle auftreten,
    • durch die Formen der Säulenkapitäle wiedergegeben.
    • Erklärung beim Beschauen der Formen zugrunde legt. Man
    • muß künstlerisch-empfindend sich in die Formen
    • hineinschauen und die Kapitäle eben als Form auf
    • die Formen von oben an, schieben sich in die Spitzen von unten
    • hinein und bewirken so, daß die unteren Formen nach den
    • Formen zu lebendigen Gebilden auf (Sonnensäule). Im
    • Leben in einer keuschen Form (Jupiter-Säule). Der letzte
    • Anschauung Form, Leben, künstlerische Gestaltung werden
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    • line. Science ignores how far the form in which the animal appears in
    • have to wait for the transformation of the earth into its three
    • the future I shall be able to shape my outer form in the way which it
    • states of consciousness tend to transform him even as regards his
    • of any other form of Chauvinism that spreads over the world, will be
    • transformed into other conditions before it can do that.
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    • have to wait for the transformation of the earth into its three
    • the future I shall be able to shape my outer form in the way which it
    • states of consciousness tend to transform him even as regards his
    • of any other form of Chauvinism that spreads over the world, will be
    • transformed into other conditions before it can do that.
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    • form, as it were, a garment for our souls, has in it no moral
    • a purely formal compensatory effect. But this physical world is
    • body; and in forming it we build, from within, our own destiny. For
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • 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
    • personal experiences of the Christ Who appeared in a personal form.
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    • form, as it were, a garment for our souls, has in it no moral
    • a purely formal compensatory effect. But this physical world is
    • body; and in forming it we build, from within, our own destiny. For
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • 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
    • personal experiences of the Christ Who appeared in a personal form.
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    • after long acquaintance — if at all — in former
    • necessary to a group of people forming themselves into a community.
    • connections formed at a stroke are no longer even beneficial, and
    • the transition period of formal acquaintanceship.
    • of forming fresh connections. But through repeated earth-lives we
    • meet anyone with whom in former incarnations we have not shared
    • appear by chance but in reality because in former incarnations we had
    • solitude as the result of former incarnations. In the
    • in a feeling, instinctive way, of what they formerly lived through
    • instinctive reminiscences and after-effects of former
    • the relations leading over from former incarnations. Stirred by
    • for the fifth. A conscious form of social understanding must take its
    • welfare and human happiness, this or that form of socialism, have
    • form in the nineteenth century but are gaining the upper hand more
    • The various forms assumed by Christianity were established in the
    • the Graeco-Roman civilisation. As Church-forms they are already
    • is only a special instance of other less noticeable performances in
    • other spheres of life. In a form hardly differing from the Jesuitism
    • Now when a society is formed, this should take place in
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    • after long acquaintance — if at all — in former
    • necessary to a group of people forming themselves into a community.
    • connections formed at a stroke are no longer even beneficial, and
    • the transition period of formal acquaintanceship.
    • of forming fresh connections. But through repeated earth-lives we
    • meet anyone with whom in former incarnations we have not shared
    • appear by chance but in reality because in former incarnations we had
    • solitude as the result of former incarnations. In the
    • in a feeling, instinctive way, of what they formerly lived through
    • instinctive reminiscences and after-effects of former
    • the relations leading over from former incarnations. Stirred by
    • for the fifth. A conscious form of social understanding must take its
    • welfare and human happiness, this or that form of socialism, have
    • form in the nineteenth century but are gaining the upper hand more
    • The various forms assumed by Christianity were established in the
    • the Graeco-Roman civilisation. As Church-forms they are already
    • is only a special instance of other less noticeable performances in
    • other spheres of life. In a form hardly differing from the Jesuitism
    • Now when a society is formed, this should take place in
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    • in everything fluid or aeriform. Today's intellectual outlook declares
    • periods of his exercises the yogi transformed his breathing into a
    • as such. His senses inform him about the external world and when he looks
    • transformed breathing his thoughts were submerged in the currents of
    • and formed of themselves rhythmic speech. Thus the changed breathing led,
    • whereas, formerly, the process and experience of breathing was the
    • today is to transform, in meditation and concentration, the otherwise
    • form concepts of our natural environment is not only connected with nerves
    • modern man to form an adequate idea of the extremes to which such
    • exercises were carried by ascetics in former times. Modern man prefers to
    • truths in former times did not take this view. They were quite clear about
    • The ascetics in former times sought spiritual experiences by suppressing
    • separated. Knowledge of the external world, in the form of natural
    • again today by describing how they were trodden in former times and how
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    • in everything fluid or aeriform. Today's intellectual outlook declares
    • periods of his exercises the yogi transformed his breathing into a
    • as such. His senses inform him about the external world and when he looks
    • transformed breathing his thoughts were submerged in the currents of
    • and formed of themselves rhythmic speech. Thus the changed breathing led,
    • whereas, formerly, the process and experience of breathing was the
    • today is to transform, in meditation and concentration, the otherwise
    • form concepts of our natural environment is not only connected with nerves
    • modern man to form an adequate idea of the extremes to which such
    • exercises were carried by ascetics in former times. Modern man prefers to
    • truths in former times did not take this view. They were quite clear about
    • The ascetics in former times sought spiritual experiences by suppressing
    • separated. Knowledge of the external world, in the form of natural
    • again today by describing how they were trodden in former times and how
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    • able to form the right ideas when he reads the words of Paul. Many
    • elemental form, with everything that lived in the air and on earth. But
    • ready to admit of the former that it is complicated, that it is real and
    • formula to which they have long been accustomed. But have we any right
    • very far indeed from forming any true idea of the Resurrection of which
    • they speak; for a true idea of it can only be formed with spiritual and
    • how he is formed and constituted out of the super-sensible, then he will
    • the beings of which you can form an idea. The ultimate consequences of
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    • able to form the right ideas when he reads the words of Paul. Many
    • elemental form, with everything that lived in the air and on earth. But
    • ready to admit of the former that it is complicated, that it is real and
    • formula to which they have long been accustomed. But have we any right
    • very far indeed from forming any true idea of the Resurrection of which
    • they speak; for a true idea of it can only be formed with spiritual and
    • how he is formed and constituted out of the super-sensible, then he will
    • the beings of which you can form an idea. The ultimate consequences of
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    • words I think I have adequately characterised the form which Count Keyserlingk
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    • You could do so, but it would be superfluous. If the seed-forming process
    • In the seed-forming process, I do not think it will be necessary to
    • the new plant is formed?
    • — which of its own accord tends easily to lasting seed-formation,
    • you will retard the seed-forming process by the use of silica. Meanwhile,
    • with the sainfoin, you will find the seed-forming process quite suppressed
    • generally. You will thus have the most interesting experiments on seed-formation.
    • them. A machine will not help in the seed-forming process, for
    • a philosophy contained in the very formation of the words. One marvels
    • of the formation of oxygen.
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    • should be made. The several forms of insects can no doubt be kept.
    • to ramify in various directions, to form thread-like growths, to spread
    • where it never goes so far as to form seed — will in the end eliminate
    • after this point in the same form in which you introduce it. The protein
    • must be completely transformed into dead substance, and must then be
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    • dealing particularly with the etheric nature of plants, and with formative
    • the forming of a funnel or crater, and the rapid changing of direction
    • of earth and soil to the formative forces of the etheric, astral and
    • of humus, the whole question of energy sources and Formative forces
    • transformation of cosmic sources of energy into chemical-material
    • U.S.S.R.: “The task of agriculture is to transform kinetic solar
    • energy of the sun's rays is transformed by green plants into potential
    • energy in the material form of organic matter. Thus our first concrete
    • factors. The former group originates in interplanetary space...”
    • forms of damage. ... One should see to it that meadows are infested
    • a botanical transition-form, the family of actinomycetes and streptomycetes,
    • organisms play a very special rôle in humus formation and decay,
    • place, and the extent to which the total growth and the form of the
    • and the various plant forms came into being. When one realises that
    • collaborators have already demonstrated the decisive effects of formative
    • itself and ebbs away. The formative forces of this original impulse
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    • example you get acids formed in the soil, and you then ask: “How
    • able to formulate in chemical terms.
    • animal, and that these bacteria will disintegrate the urea and transform
    • life was brought about in the soil, substances were thereby formed which
    • used for nourishment, the result is a malformation of the nervous life
    • soil in every conceivable form — as compost, leaf-mould, etc.
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    • and Countess Keyserlingk. I know from my former visits what a
    • very destructive form especially as regards the economic realm,
    • Agriculture, not even of the social forms it should assume, unless
    • the beautiful mineral quartz, enclosed in the form of a prism and
    • does in rocks like quartz, appears in such a form that it does not
    • silicon do? In a hypothetical form, let us ask ourselves this
    • less pyramidal forms. The flowers would all be stunted. Practically
    • all plants would have the form of the cactus, which strikes us as
    • would provide practically no nourishment. Plant-life in the form in
    • limestone natures; in the former, Saturn, Jupiter and Mars; and in
    • may well seem a matter of complete indifference to the formative
    • doubt this appears as a simple piece of information. But truths like
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    • processes connected with it, are in a way related to the form and
    • ideas can give no real information as to the exact relationships,
    • elements, at most, inasmuch as there is formation of humus, or manure
    • — in the form of silicic acid, for instance, and in other
    • silicious soil, according as we have to plant it with one form of
    • strongest formative-forces of crystallisation, the strongest forces
    • of form, can be developed for the mineral substances within the
    • crystal-forming forces that are there in the wide spaces of the
    • point of passing over into the crystalline element of form and shape
    • conditions, let us take our start from the seed-forming process. The
    • seed-formation, the earthly process of organisation is carried to the
    • is, until the seed-forming process occurs once more.
    • receives its special form. Now, the moment it is planted in the
    • Earth does not really want to preserve this form.
    • later stages also — over against the cosmic form which is
    • living as the plant-form in the seed we need to bring the earthly
    • of seed-formation — life, that is to say, which came to an end
    • seed-formation.
    • humus-formation comes very largely to man's assistance in
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    • Universe — the formative power of the Spiritual — and the
    • a man of whose outer form we caught a glimpse as we passed by him in
    • to-day in Nature in a broken, crumbled form, as coal or even graphite
    • amorphous, formless substance which we see as coal or carbon proves
    • the bearer of all the creatively formative processes in Nature.
    • Whatever in Nature is formed and shaped be it the form of the plant
    • mobility, it bears within it the creative and formative cosmic
    • that is formed in Nature must ultimately proceed.
    • forms that are built up in Nature — makes use of sulphur in the
    • building with the help of carbon the more firm and well-defined form
    • of the plant, or again, building the form in man, which passes away
    • destroy the form as soon as it arises; for he excretes the carbon,
    • body would form us too stiffly and firmly — it would stiffen
    • our form like a palm. Carbon is constantly about to make us still and
    • outward. So we are formed in the mobility which we as human beings
    • however, it is in the carbon — weaving and wielding, forming
    • itself, dissolving the form again. It is on the paths of this carbon
    • carbon as it forms itself and ever again dissolves the form.
    • his ever-mobile carbon-formative process, man lifts himself out of
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    • wrong to set up the formula: “Food received — Passage through
    • The true formula is thus: “Breathing, or reception of substances
    • growing what leads eventually to the formation of the tree as a whole.
    • this hillock of earth being formed, with a hollow in the middle —
    • form of evolution — is gathered up around the plant so as to enclose
    • process takes place in the forming of the tree. The earth itself is
    • in liquid manure, yet in a more stable form. The ethereal and astral
    • or limestone element. Bring some of this perhaps in the form
    • stalk-formation. The process we here communicate to the Earth —
    • which strongly tends to seek the wide expanse — in manifold forms
    • is formed which sends the currents inward with more than usual intensity.
    • the horn-formation is connected with the entire shaping of the animal.
    • The forming of horns and hoofs is connected with the whole shape and
    • form of the creature.
    • forming of antlers it is altogether different. Here the point
    • aeriform; they may also be currents of forces, localised in
    • has horns in order to send into itself the astral-ethereal formative
    • now: we take this mass and give it over to the earth, in one form or
    • thus give over to the earth must of course have lost its original form,
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    • possible of atomistic forms of thought.
    • instances, i.e. which bring about the formation of trunk or
    • stem or the like. The potash-content will hold back the growth in forming
    • In this form you can now
    • Unlike the former instance (the cow, which is quite different), these
    • are these: Yarrow mainly develops its sulphur-force in the potash-formative
    • it even transforms into nitrogen the limestone, the chalky nature, if
    • And the nitrogen which is formed in this way is of the greatest benefit
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    • gained into plant-growth, and into animal Formations too. Aphoristically
    • in a single year and culminates in seed-formation. From the seed a new
    • all that is transformed in the plant so that it spreads out and expands
    • because a continuous stream reforms it, ever anew. I mean, for example,
    • fruiting process. If on any occasion we perform what tends to fertilisation,
    • root, right up into the seed-formation. Thus we shall get the strongest
    • the Earth also receives for the formation of the cockchafer-grubs, which
    • is necessary to perform this operation when the Sun is in the sign of
    • way we come again to what was formerly described as “Wisdom of the
    • nor can we put it to any other use. It was not so in former ages. Time
    • Earth — albeit not so intensely as to bring forth plant forms,
    • occur in the seed-formation will occur at an earlier stage. Precisely
    • regions. As a result of the strong Moon influence, the seed-formation
    • see the forming of mildew, blight, rust, and similar diseases. The over-intense
    • when you transform it as described, into a kind of liquid manure, and
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    • all my plants. Down there, all the roots coalesce, until they form a
    • growing layer, constantly forming new cells, so that the plant-life
    • is the free with its cambium layer, the growing formative layer, which
    • In the tree with its cambium or formative layer, the earth-realm itself
    • and the scent of trees. Then, in the former case you will become clair-sentient
    • beside it, to transform what it brings about into good use and benefit.
    • may you look at their outer forms! You can dissect them, if you will,
    • till you get down to the skeleton, in the forms of which you may well
    • out of the warmth its bony system is formed — where the Moon-
    • of the air, its muscular system is formed. Here again, the forces of
    • way regulators to give the right form and development to the growth
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    • are, however, extremely difficult to clothe in general formulae or the
    • more or less. True, they conceive all kinds of transformations in the
    • as I have often called it. They — the professors — transform,
    • (as happens in the fruit-formation), something available as foodstuff
    • though it were formed by the physical matter which the animal eats somehow
    • way to Ego-formation. In man it goes on and on — to the full forming
    • as much as possible of the belly-manure is transformed into brain-manure,
    • I need something in Nature that has a ray-like, radiating form, or that
    • form, so to speak. What shall I use, then, as a second foodstuff? Once
    • Milk is a transformed sexual gland secretion. A substance which is on
    • into it and so transforming it. You can see right into this process.
    • we wish the processes to form themselves in this way, we must look around
    • but when she calves (for the fodder-reforms you introduce along these
    • to be taken are thus transformed into great complication.
    • form in which it was excreted or otherwise separated out of the animal
    • containing as much as possible in the form in which it just arose —
    • Circle” that has been formed — will fix the point of time
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    • everywhere took form, how it could be seen in minerals,
    • lower animal forms are decadent products of man. What is
    • the return journey to the original chaste created form.
    • developed into the present form, Horus, and the present man
    • then a transformed and consecrated being. One who is
    • transformed in this way can perceive the light bodies of
    • transformation of man in his
    • astral form was the third stage of the Mysteries. The pupil
    • consciously all that he formerly did unconsciously. This
    • fourth event in the Mysteries. Only one who was transformed
    • Earth. His appearance exemplified what formerly took place
    • in physical space. Formerly single individuals were led
    • human being are: Atma, Buddhi, Manas. Formerly in speaking
    • took over the whole Sacrifice which was formerly
    • represents the higher man as formerly man sacrificed
    • Sacrifice brings about the transformation of man. This Act
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    • lower animal forms are decadent products of man. What is
    • the return journey to the original chaste created form.
    • developed into the present form, Horus, and the present man
    • then a transformed and consecrated being. One who is
    • transformed in this way can perceive the light bodies of
    • transformation of man in his
    • astral form was the third stage of the Mysteries. The pupil
    • consciously all that he formerly did unconsciously. This
    • fourth event in the Mysteries. Only one who was transformed
    • Earth. His appearance exemplified what formerly took place
    • in physical space. Formerly single individuals were led
    • human being are: Atma, Buddhi, Manas. Formerly in speaking
    • took over the whole Sacrifice which was formerly
    • represents the higher man as formerly man sacrificed
    • Sacrifice brings about the transformation of man. This Act
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    • after all only the forms of the teaching that change with
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    • Forming of Man through Cosmic Influences - 1,
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    • in regard to his form, and from this standpoint widen and
    • begin with, the fact that the human form, of course,
    • whole, in order to grasp the human form from within, in a
    • concrete way. To begin with, the human being forms part of
    • mind that in regard to the formation of the head, the human
    • us first consider the human form
    • through feeling into your form, insofar as it is enclosed
    • gradual process of man's formation from outside
    • dissolves the form, devolving it into something which does
    • form part of him. There are many erroneous conceptions in
    • forming of man out of the universe, proceeded to the
    • forming of man from within, and arrived at the point where
    • the human being forms himself (at
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • characterizes man in regard to his form and the way he
    • farmer, or trader. These are forms of human activities, of
    • human being upon the earth. In regard to these four form
    • circumference; that is to say, he would be formed from out
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    • begin with, the fact that the human form, of course,
    • whole, in order to grasp the human form from within, in a
    • concrete way. To begin with, the human being forms part of
    • mind that in regard to the formation of the head, the human
    • us first consider the human form
    • through feeling into your form, insofar as it is enclosed
    • gradual process of man's formation from outside
    • dissolves the form, devolving it into something which does
    • form part of him. There are many erroneous conceptions in
    • forming of man out of the universe, proceeded to the
    • forming of man from within, and arrived at the point where
    • the human being forms himself (at
    • least, his life and to some extent also his real form) in
    • characterizes man in regard to his form and the way he
    • farmer, or trader. These are forms of human activities, of
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    • of Form sent their life-giving forces to Saturn; first inception
    • Sun the Spirits of Form sacrifice the etheric body, on the Moon,
    • Albumen formation. Origin of sense organs. Origin of ash after
    • the sun separation. Formation of the mineral through thought,
    • evolutionary conditions. Transformation of the systems of blood,
    • Lord of Form. Impulse of the laggard spirits. The future spiritualizing
    • are folk spirits, Archai, time spirits. For these, men form the
    • forces which take the form of architecture for the physical body,
    • as well as the form forces which take the form of sculpture for
    • of the spheres take the form of music for the intellectual soul.
    • receives in the night take the form of poetry in the day consciousness.
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    • one could form it differently. Invention comes to them spontaneously.
    • intestines. Whatever can form nutritious material for man is then passed
    • is spiritualized in comparison with the uniform food juice, the chyle.
    • while the other part is formed from the right side of the trunk and head.
    • changes the former into spirit-self or Manas and the latter into life
    • or the food obtained from these plants are transformed into the chyle.
    • illuminated from a still deeper aspect how folk-character is formed from
    • him to come to his present form and shape; they must however be overcome.
    • the lungs and is transformed through its combination with oxygen into
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    • our Earth will be transformed into a “Jupiter,” a “Venus”
    • only and it has risen from this to the form of existence belonging to
    • form of existence belonging to a fixed star but have expanded their
    • Zodiac upon a planetary system themselves evolved, in former ages,
    • when from being descending forces they are transformed into ascending
    • fourth; it has passed through three “form-conditions” —
    • Therefore in respect of the “form-conditions,” our Earth
    • form-condition of the fourth life-condition of the fourth planetary
    • man is able to conceive. How is it possible to form any kind of idea
    • are outspread around you; you perceive them, you form concepts of them.
    • form concepts. You have to rely upon receiving from outside the content
    • else than a transformed etheric body, In respect of substance, therefore,
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    • popular science forms from its own facts look like tiny, gasping, dwarf-like
    • the day. To express the sentence in this form would simply strike modern
    • event, but within the whole forming of globes, within this whole crystallizing
    • were active in this whole process of planet formation and we will now
    • was transformed into the Moon-condition; and so it continued, again
    • They went through their human stage in a different external form. The
    • most varied forms. Only the Earth-man goes through it in the flesh on
    • Apart from Uranus, all that forms our universe was contained in an original
    • gradually formed during the conditions of ancient Saturn, Sun and Moon,
    • much time to relate now in detail — had again formed a theatre
    • behind, and two special arenas were therefore formed for them through
    • itself from the earth and man began his existence in his present form.
    • He has acquired this existence in the present form through the fact
    • develop, he had a very different form. You would open your eyes in amazement
    • if I should de-scribe it to you, for the present human form has arisen
    • form. They could certainly have given him a form, but an inferior one.
    • him fast in one form. Forces that give the form must proceed from the
    • moon, while forces that continually alter the form proceed from the
    • sun. But in order that the present human form should arise, a molder,
    • a modeler of form, must work from the moon; it was not possible otherwise.
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    • of Form sent their life-giving forces to Saturn; first inception
    • Sun the Spirits of Form sacrifice the etheric body, on the Moon,
    • kinds are active in all this evolution. We have pointed out too in former
    • present formation. Everything on that Saturn cosmic body was, however,
    • but it helps to form an idea of the condition — you would not
    • sub-stance of which modern man can scarcely form a right idea —
    • in quite a different form — namely, the warmth contained in your
    • form a blackberry. In this way the Saturn-globe was a great berry made
    • of Movement, of Form, of Personality, and so forth. To-day we will turn
    • our attention especially to the Spirits of Form for the reason that
    • and environment of Saturn, we will therefore select the Spirits of Form
    • become more and more perfect, so have the Spirits of Form passed through
    • These Spirits of Form
    • to think away completely the physical body in the Spirits of Form, and
    • the Earth's embodiments. These Spirits of Form therefore act externally
    • rain from the etheric bodies of the Spirits of Form. The nature of Saturn
    • rays of the etheric body of the Spirits of Form and raying these back
    • again. We can form a rough picture of it, if we remember how the rain
    • mirror-pictures. You can form an idea of what was present on Saturn
    • was with the Spirits of Form in the environment of ancient Saturn. They
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    • Albumen formation. Origin of sense organs. Origin of ash after
    • the sun separation. Formation of the mineral through thought,
    • stages of evolution. Their formation was essentially more diverse, more
    • Moon. They united at the beginning of Earth evolution forming again
    • the first forms of mankind as warmth-beings. When with clairvoyant sight
    • of the newly-arisen Earth, sink into the surface, and form there masses
    • formed in its first rudiments at that time.
    • but in streams of force going down and forming a kind of centre where
    • at the same time in the development of man. What was formerly merely
    • peculiar came about on this human formation, the rudiments were added
    • and the beginnings of a breathing process were formed. Thus we see a
    • lines of force took on a thicker form. And as the finer substances went
    • And the important thing was this: formerly it shone out-wards, now
    • inner light. Formerly they had shone out to the light that shone towards
    • the forming of water. And exactly as the action of light streamed through
    • and see how most varied shapes were formed. Tone created forms in the
    • bow. The Chladni sound-figures are formed and you know of course what
    • regularly-shaped figures and formations appear. Thus the instreaming
    • music from cosmic space gives rise to most manifold forms and figures,
    • they listened to the cosmic music and arranged themselves in conformity
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    • evolutionary conditions. Transformation of the systems of blood,
    • Lord of Form. Impulse of the laggard spirits. The future spiritualizing
    • warmth-system was trans-formed to the later blood-system, and under
    • was formed. It was further described how that was all still in a rarefied
    • Earth would be a kind of warmth-system which formed the rudiments of
    • and only then arises what appears as the senses-system in the form suited
    • advanced a degree and the nerve-system also a degree. Changes and transformations
    • a sense-system which is transformed later, and it is the same with the
    • old Moon. We have seen how this personality has been formed gradually
    • for instance, that certain forms of family revenge, tribal revenge,
    • of love. For the animal kingdom has developed forms of love which have
    • stayed behind as laggard forms; and in so far as love appears among
    • on the Moon, became the Lord of Form on the Earth, the Regent of the
    • in the lowest form as sex-love, in order to rise through the various
    • how experiences made on the earth must be transformed) proceeds under
    • the Late-born, to Jehovah; he is the Lord of Form — and man would
    • was chosen, but in order to form a balance between the Spirits of Wisdom
    • and the Last-born of the old Moon, the Lord of Form, who was the point
    • ennobled human form to complete spiritualization. And we see how human
    • outer form one will recognize how good, how noble he is, one will see
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    • are folk spirits, Archai, time spirits. For these, men form the
    • it forms a supplement to them, recapitulating much that has been said
    • We will first try to form
    • an idea of the nature of the Angels. We shall most easily form an idea
    • in man and the task of these Angel beings. What then is forming in man
    • body, an astral body and an ego and that he is now occupied in transforming
    • which guide this task of man — the transforming of the astral
    • into his being and forms the basis for the upbuilding of the physical
    • Thus man has this life-essence and forms his next body out of it in
    • man not only forms this body but that in Devachan he is by no means
    • continually transformed. At the time when Christ Jesus walked upon earth
    • they work with those forces which transform the physiognomy of the Earth
    • to the transformation of the Earth, but he cannot do it without guidance.
    • who guide man's work of transforming the earth with the forces of Devachan,
    • can work, not indeed creatively, but transformingly. Such an Angel being
    • or a whole district and to transform them into virtues. To one who knows
    • man can form any idea guide the course of world-evolution through such
    • to them out of his human consciousness information about the animal
    • forms on the earth. For their consciousness reaches down only to man;
    • astronomy, and one arranged earthly affairs in conformity with this
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    • beings, to higher spiritual beings who formerly played that part in
    • of these elemental beings which take various forms and occupy the spiritual
    • a man go on four feet? Why has he transformed his front limbs to instruments
    • everything material, right into the form, is a result of what stands
    • those I have just described to you which are unable to transform their
    • come to expression in a material form. Yet the material form of beings
    • form an idea as to where such beings stand in the course of evolution.
    • of his form as well as of his abilities and destiny. What meets him
    • as his destiny are the deeds which he himself formerly engraved into
    • present form.” A man who thrusts from him such a Leader of mankind
    • will appear again in the same form. And if this attitude hardens, then
    • too will appear in an ever progressed form. He however who thrusts the
    • move forward to a higher racial form. I cannot today speak about the
    • but not in the forms of the later epoch. They appear in a later epoch
    • to develop the fifth principle there will be no avail-able form. They
    • Love in its lowest form originated in the ancient Lemurian age and becomes
    • transformed to ever higher stages up to the highest spiritual form.
    • is in a certain sense crystallized wisdom, which was formed little by
    • little on the Moon. But wisdom was formed gradually just as on our Earth
    • love is gradually formed. And just as we wonder at the wisdom in all
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    • last formed species of these elementary beings. We pointed to the fact
    • that each animal form — or to put it differently — a totality
    • of similarly formed animals is represented by a group soul. We have
    • world, similarly formed animals being members of their group ego. We
    • that there are certain animal forms which go too far in the process
    • entity. There are in fact certain animal forms which cannot send everything
    • which they were formerly united, have taken in exchange a strange role.
    • sleeping in unconsciousness, did not exist formerly. When it was daytime
    • Formerly the giving of a name went as far as the memory reached back
    • not know that the giving of names in former times was quite different
    • wider regions will be grasped by this form of truth and more peace can
    • that are formed. The individuals voluntarily allow their feelings to
    • stream together and this again causes the forming of something which
    • The more that associations are formed where feelings of fellowship are
    • with moss, thus forming a kind of partition between plant and stone,
    • A fourth species are the Salamanders which form, so to say, the youngest
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    • so conditioned that — speaking loosely — similarly-formed
    • Then on the Moon when the physical body had undergone a third transformation
    • body itself. We have seen in former lectures that the blood system appeared
    • flow in the present form in the blood channels? What does this blood
    • today is only one form of many. On the Moon, on the Sun, on Saturn,
    • in lines, in forms, what you learn to know as laws in physics. Externally
    • example, to the physical principle that our ear has such a form, that
    • now nothing of a material physical nature can subsist in the form which
    • class that we call “phantoms.” They form a certain group
    • man's soul understood of outer forms. Spiritual science will not
    • in forms. But then mankind too will live as spirit in the spirit. Then,
  • Title: Influence of Spiritual Beings Upon Man: Lecture XI
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    • forces which take the form of architecture for the physical body,
    • as well as the form forces which take the form of sculpture for
    • of the spheres take the form of music for the intellectual soul.
    • receives in the night take the form of poetry in the day consciousness.
    • is also formed between man and the spiritual world through his many
    • would form a clear thought about this bridge.
    • earthly bodily element which we can set up and which forms a bond of
    • our earthly sphere those forms of physical reality with the relationship
    • then these form an opportunity for the etheric bodies of these beings
    • worlds. In those forms of art expressed in space we have on earth physical
    • are for man thus acquire a very real significance. They form the magnetic
    • we must consider in somewhat more detail the different forms of man's
    • in all the forms of his temple what lives in space, what one can feel
    • in it, because the God can dwell in the forms. Only thus does one really
    • the space-lines, are so arranged that in their forms they point the
    • the forms that are expressed in the Egyptian Pyramids from the paths
    • with its rounded arches, which has formed churches with central and
    • living form what nature has offered him. The greater understanding possessed
    • have the three forms of art which work with external means, taking their
    • who are formed on a grander scale than normal man. He seeks the superhuman
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    • preparation in the cosmos. The former incarnations of a man
    • divided, as formerly, into an exoteric and an esoteric
    • make the former Cosmic Intelligence altogether earthly.
    • earth in sinless form. In the new Michael age men will
    • community is being formed here on earth, the kingdom of
    • reveal its own power to form the physiognomy, to shape
    • the whole form of man. To those who stand in the field of
    • Spirit is creative, for they will behold it in outer form
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    • was the stream which fought against the former one with the
    • universal ether. And those who fought against the former
    • might even be reduced again, and shape and form be given to
    • himself independent of such universality. The former stream
    • their former incarnations. They gave it an
    • Thinking, to compensate for the former heavenly reality, an
    • in forms of living thought. For otherwise it will come
    • — will only be taken hold of with the forms of dead
    • not be taken hold of with the forms of dead thinking. For
  • Title: Lecture: Karmic Relationships, Volume III: Lecture II: Forces of Karmic Preparation in the Cosmos
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    • ordinary consciousness is concerned, the forming of karma,
    • Spirit-realm, but out of his own former lives on earth. He
    • is acting across time, out of his former earthly lives, out
    • of a whole number of former lives on earth.
    • instinctively, so do the former incarnations of man work on
    • consequences of man's actions, transformed in righteousness
    • transformed into righteousness, in the living and weaving
    • the Spirit-land his earthly deeds — transformed into
    • cult or ritual men consciously transform their physical
    • say, — of a former age are roaming about in a later
    • are formed to popularise erroneous ideas of the 19th
    • different form, coming out of altogether different
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    • former lives on earth.
    • their former life on earth, they felt with peculiar
    • were to seek again in an altered form during their next
    • thankfulness was transformed into something that found an
    • evolved in that former life,