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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • explanation is not to be found merely in human nature. If men honestly
    • foundation is most of what we are considering based?
    • descend to the lower strata where reality is to be found. For, you
    • is profoundly true. One could only wish that it
    • found only by grasping reality through the Spirit. That is the point.
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    • explanation is not to be found merely in human nature. If men honestly
    • foundation is most of what we are considering based?
    • descend to the lower strata where reality is to be found. For, you
    • is profoundly true. One could only wish that it
    • found only by grasping reality through the Spirit. That is the point.
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • cosmic name of a person was found in accordance with what he
    • letters. They learned that the secrets of the cosmos found expression
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    • cosmic name of a person was found in accordance with what he
    • letters. They learned that the secrets of the cosmos found expression
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • founded upon any external procedures applicable in laboratories or
    • research begins — a profoundly shattering moment that has
    • what it has to say from Buddhism; it is firmly founded on the premises
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • prophets or founders of sects. Mankind has matured; the time for
    • prophets and founding religions is over. And in future people who feel
    • spiritual world has been possible only since the founding of
    • The founding of Christianity has introduced to mankind a reality that can
    • only be researched spiritually. Christ Himself could be found
    • in the mysteries to withdraw from his body. He can be found since the
    • to every human soul, since the Christ of Whom it speaks can be found
    • or as a founder of a sect, but instead they need to be addressed by an
    • unassuming scientist who draws their attention to what can be found in
    • spiritual science has no desire to found a religion of any kind;
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • This spiritual science is not trying to found either a new religion or
    • founded upon any external procedures applicable in laboratories or
    • research begins — a profoundly shattering moment that has
    • what it has to say from Buddhism; it is firmly founded on the premises
    • have anything to do with founding a new religion or to give rise to
    • prophets or founders of sects. Mankind has matured; the time for
    • prophets and founding religions is over. And in future people who feel
    • spiritual world has been possible only since the founding of
    • The founding of Christianity has introduced to mankind a reality that can
    • only be researched spiritually. Christ Himself could be found
    • in the mysteries to withdraw from his body. He can be found since the
    • to every human soul, since the Christ of Whom it speaks can be found
    • or as a founder of a sect, but instead they need to be addressed by an
    • unassuming scientist who draws their attention to what can be found in
    • spiritual science has no desire to found a religion of any kind;
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • found beyond death by the soul, because nothing of what can be
    • yet found Anthroposophy — the seer who has perceived how the
    • that have found their way into anthroposophical feelings — may
    • super-sensible beings lie at the foundation of illnesses which spread
    • by the spiritual facts themselves, which appeal profoundly not only to
    • birth onward. This makes a very profound impression upon us when we
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • found beyond death by the soul, because nothing of what can be
    • yet found Anthroposophy — the seer who has perceived how the
    • that have found their way into anthroposophical feelings — may
    • super-sensible beings lie at the foundation of illnesses which spread
    • by the spiritual facts themselves, which appeal profoundly not only to
    • birth onward. This makes a very profound impression upon us when we
  • 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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    • WE stand today, as it were, at the starting-point of the foundation of
    • connected with the founding of Christianity, the Apostle Paul. We can
    • day, is to be found, on the one hand, that which appertains to the
    • influence was being recognised in the eyes of the world is to be found
    • Greek ideas are to be found united with Christianity.
    • were enraptured by the greatness of the poem, by its profound
    • said that it was the most profoundly philosophical poem that had ever
    • the Veda philosophy has to give is to be found shining forth in the
    • and more from the foundations of his soul. A higher self rests as
    • Word had come spiritually into the world and was to be found in the
    • soul so that it experiences something not to be found in everyday
    • the foundations of the soul and from the depths of the Cosmos.
    • Non-existent, ... and this connection was found in the Will ...”
    • which are to be found within that wonderfully harmonious unity which
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • Movement, but in order to get to the foundations of the knowledge and
    • drawn from that old wisdom itself, is especially to be found in the
    • foundation of the Story of Creation), as we speak of how at the
    • the warmth organ, which at the present day is to be found in a stunted
    • be found, for instance, in the plants, as etheric or life-body. We
    • basis of this whole evolution there is to be found, in every plant a
    • externally. In the plant there is only to be found that late
    • manner of expression is no longer to be found in Aristotle, but the
    • principle of the old Sankhya philosophy is still to be found in him;
    • rightly, the Indian doctrine that Kapila was the founder of the
    • new methods had to be found, new ways of teaching, during the period
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • is to be found in germ in every human soul. Thus when a man looks up
  • 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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    • comparison to compare two things to be found side by side, such as a
    • day to become great and which is first to be found in invisible form
    • because human nature had found the way to seek knowledge through the
    • Sankhya philosophy we have found a kind of plurality; we have compared
    • which had to come was to be found in the transition in the fourth
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • things as are to be found in the Gita also remain secret doctrine,
    • found the way back to the original revelations and experiences of
    • of how the different human gifts to be found in a group of people must
    • revelations do not correspond. Complete harmony can only be found when
    • the question of a community which might be founded through the united
    • say that St. Paul, in all that underlies his profound Epistles, deals
    • gives us quite definite and profound conclusions. There is a
    • are not capable of seeing down into the foundations of what is spread
    • there was no such human ego as is usually to be found, and certainly
    • result of the profoundest human modesty. For out of this modesty
    • a building founded upon truth, for truth can only blossom if
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • The original German text of this lecture can he found in the collected
    • profound writing of Christendom — was divested of all worth as an
    • To-day we build upon the foundations of what was achieved by such
    • and those spiritual facts and processes which are the spiritual foundations
    • of the Spiritual world. Spiritual beings are the foundation and basis of the
    • absolutely necessary to maintain reason and a sure foundation for one's
    • found at this place in the Bible. The text ought really to stand as follows:
    • Amelia, it was found. Goethe was questioned about it, and said ‘Yes, I
    • word for word. I tried to show that a great deal of what is to be found in
    • found in Spiritual Science independently.
    • words what really is to be found in the Bible, different, indeed, from all
    • profound document of humanity, the deepest source of our civilization.
    • is a most profound document not only for simple folk, but also for the wisest
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • The original German text of this lecture can he found in the collected
    • profound writing of Christendom — was divested of all worth as an
    • To-day we build upon the foundations of what was achieved by such
    • and those spiritual facts and processes which are the spiritual foundations
    • of the Spiritual world. Spiritual beings are the foundation and basis of the
    • absolutely necessary to maintain reason and a sure foundation for one's
    • found at this place in the Bible. The text ought really to stand as follows:
    • Amelia, it was found. Goethe was questioned about it, and said ‘Yes, I
    • word for word. I tried to show that a great deal of what is to be found in
    • found in Spiritual Science independently.
    • words what really is to be found in the Bible, different, indeed, from all
    • profound document of humanity, the deepest source of our civilization.
    • is a most profound document not only for simple folk, but also for the wisest
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • more or less solid, or at most solid-fluid, substances found in him.
    • stands on the ground — and no relation is found between the two.
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • foundation, primarily, in these Moral Intuitions. Therefore
    • foundation of the past that has dissolved into semblance, through
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • This profound spiritual responsibility that Steiner put on the Germans
    • divine-spiritual forces can be found. If these forces did not want to
    • profound connections beyond the external developments that we are
    • especially profound. Not only is it characteristic of Hindu thought,
    • development because such a phenomenon could certainly be found
    • founded on “scientific data.” The findings are then compiled in books
    • magnificent painting The Last Judgment, which can be found in the
    • imperfection to one of greatest perfection. People found this too
    • decades several men there aspired to profound accomplishments, for
    • Destiny”). Corresponding remarks can be found in the Berlin
    • Darwinism” in Methodological Foundations of Anthroposophy,
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • This profound spiritual responsibility that Steiner put on the Germans
    • divine-spiritual forces can be found. If these forces did not want to
    • profound connections beyond the external developments that we are
    • especially profound. Not only is it characteristic of Hindu thought,
    • development because such a phenomenon could certainly be found
    • founded on “scientific data.” The findings are then compiled in books
    • magnificent painting The Last Judgment, which can be found in the
    • imperfection to one of greatest perfection. People found this too
    • decades several men there aspired to profound accomplishments, for
    • Destiny”). Corresponding remarks can be found in the Berlin
    • Darwinism” in Methodological Foundations of Anthroposophy,
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • infinitely more profound than is generally imagined. The reason why
    • existence but has become more clearly conscious of himself, has found
    • which was enacted then in the astral body. Man found himself on a steep
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • infinitely more profound than is generally imagined. The reason why
    • existence but has become more clearly conscious of himself, has found
    • which was enacted then in the astral body. Man found himself on a steep
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • and it is told of them that here and there they were founders of great
    • earthquake. It was astonishing to me to discover, after I had found
    • earth, the clothes were placed as they were said to have been found,
    • will perhaps be found to be more clever, possessed of more genius than
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    • and it is told of them that here and there they were founders of great
    • earthquake. It was astonishing to me to discover, after I had found
    • earth, the clothes were placed as they were said to have been found,
    • will perhaps be found to be more clever, possessed of more genius than
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • facts which have been found by clairvoyant consciousness are once
    • foundation of our physical one and all its phenomena?" Yes, there are
    • foundation of our existence.
    • times of Greek development. It is to be found in the history of
    • likewise only to be found from a certain time onward in ancient
    • Wonder, which was not to be found in the shadowy clairvoyance of
    • This ability can be found in only a few people today, but in the
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • facts which have been found by clairvoyant consciousness are once
    • foundation of our physical one and all its phenomena?" Yes, there are
    • foundation of our existence.
    • times of Greek development. It is to be found in the history of
    • likewise only to be found from a certain time onward in ancient
    • Wonder, which was not to be found in the shadowy clairvoyance of
    • This ability can be found in only a few people today, but in the
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • Neuchâtel a Group was founded, desiring to adopt the name of a great
    • the fact that,through her, an untold number of occult truths found
    • It may be regarded as a good augury that at the founding of the
    • stand upon the universal foundations of Theosophy. It is, therefore,
    • We shall have to search very deeply into the occult foundations of
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • the little man found the big man something of a burden and told him
    • sometimes on profound subjects. Thus on one occasion the little man
    • put the coffin on the ground, opened it, and found that it contained
    • in ghosts, no such stories will be found. You will find indications of
    • shall presently speak — will nowhere be found, in the same peculiar
    • knowledge. People in the West were dumbfounded by what German
    • upon the wisdom of Persia. These disclosures were so dumb-founding
    • who will say: “The truth is not to be found through deep
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • attitude” which arises on the foundation of these facts. The
    • greatest intolerance to be found in history.
    • will be found that certain branches of science will refuse to apply
    • publications, similar things are to be found. It would be well if
    • foundations. Even those who from superior heights occasionally extend
    • Spiritual Science which almost confounds the saying of Goethe:
    • there spiritual teaching is to be found ... although they ought to
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • foundations, are expressions, issuing from ancient times and from
    • which are also to be found in lower forms of life. Spiritual Science,
    • before us, only because the foundations of this threefold life of soul
    • the animals had already assumed their destined forms. The foundations
    • occult foundations, their ancient value and meaning. Man received
    • We now discern profound meaning in this Biblical conception upon which
    • what is to be found in many ancient records of importance to humanity
    • there to make its own impression upon us. What we ourselves have found in
    • remarkable and unique — perhaps nowhere else to be found on the
    • foundation and ground of this wisdom and recognise the truths that are
    • religions and the points of resemblance to be found in them. Splendid
    • understanding between the religions on Earth which are founded upon
    • hearts of men; there will be no founding of new sects, no
    • Rosicrucian principle which has remained unbroken since the founding
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • the contrary, it will be found that progress — indeed the whole
    • evolution of humanity constitutes much of the profound significance in
    • profound understanding. It is as though his genius came with him at
    • doctrine found entrance. While men have fought for these differences
    • be said — found entry in the reproductions of Raphael's Art,
    • Science are to be found everywhere. Inspirations that are like lofty
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • sixth century B.C. — a certain thought found frequent utterance,
    • of course, only be found in very remote districts. If such a person
    • on them can only be found by means of forces which must be drawn from
    • although they are profoundly enlightening. But in a past by no means
    • humanity, founders of religion and systems of thought appeared all
    • in Greece. How great the difference is between these founders of
    • those of other founders of religions. Yet in one respect there is
    • to print only those things which are founded upon genuine, reliable
    • be found by souls who are willing to receive Him. From that time
    • It will be a head such as is nowhere to be found in physical humanity.
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • are to be found in every civilisation.
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • nature can be understood only when we know that the first foundations
    • the Earth. The foundations of the physical body of earthly man were
    • foundations were laid during the Old Moon period. Let us try to
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • way to Christ will be found in the Spirit, out of the life of soul.
    • be found, and it is pure laziness when people say that if someone
    • following the founding of Christianity. The lectures in Christiania
    • strikingly it differs from the lives of all the other founders of
    • reincarnation and founds a community based essentially upon piety,
    • the founding of sects, for belief in authority, has gone forever as a
    • foundation of Unions or even Orders connected with the coming of
    • figure-heads, founders of religion, future World-Saviours
    • that a Statesman would found a league to await the coming of a new
    • For to found an Order to await the coming of a World-Saviour is just
    • as grotesque as it would be to found a league to await the coming of a
    • today to found a branch of such an Order, used the following argument
    • to me: “Yes, but after all, in the year 1848 a league was founded
    • league was ever founded to await the coming of a “Bismarck”!
    • founded the “Order of the Star in the East,” with
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    • founded with a flourish of trumpets. The Theosophical Society was
    • officially founded. The rhythms of the years recall such days vividly
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • have been given. Perhaps none can be found that is terser or more
    • so that this migration found a strange population already established.
    • these colonists founded the first post-Atlantean culture. This was
    • super-earthly beings and was founded by the Holy Rishis. It was a
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    • In order to lay a proper foundation, we must today allow still other
    • there, and there they found the proper tempo for their evolution. Had
    • causes lie at the foundation.
    • found on the earth; it simply was not there. The beings then existing
    • unconsciousness but found himself in a world of divine spiritual
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    • little groups of cultural pioneers nowhere found un-populated
    • to say. They reckoned with what they found. A balance was reached that
    • lies spiritually at the foundation of the earth. This picture did not
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    • expanded until it became the foundation of the universe. Then the
    • of you have heard of the holy Rishis, who were the original founders
    • ancient Moon was injected into the foundation of all things as
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    • believe that with the help of spectroanalysis he has found its inner
    • † Note 2: Fairly complete versions of this myth may be found in Padraic Colum: Orpheus Myths of the World (New York, Macmillan, 1930) and in Lewis Spence: Mysteries of Egypt (London, Rider & Co., 1929).
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    • we have on earth are as nothing compared to what is found on the moon.
    • it is told that when Osiris was found again, when he arose again in
    • in this profound myth we have a wonderful reference to the cosmic
    • yet withdrawn, man in his light-form did not have the foundation for
    • above, the nine from behind, the ten from out the foundations of the
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    • ** Note 2: Pictures of this ornament may be found in E. A. Wallis Budge, Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection (London, P. L. Warner, 1911), pages 42 and 49.
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    • found in Lake Hertha on Rügen. It was thought that the place
    • where the chariot sank might be found there. This is a remarkable
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    • was founded, remnants of this clairvoyance still existed, and even
    • corresponded to some spiritual work. The founder of this school, in
    • etheric body, they found their dwelling-place in the physical world in
    • One who understands the Greek temple knows that it differs profoundly
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    • during sleep. We found that this decreases steadily after that time.
    • those of Augustine are profoundly true: “What is called the
    • body was profoundly changed thereby. At this moment it took up
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    • account. He said that he had found one book containing deep medical
    • to find therein what Paracelsus found. What became of the medicine of
    • found there we can permeate with the pure spirit, which the science of
    • †† Note 4: A full description of these 42 gods is to be found in Budge, Osiris and the Egyptian Resurrection, Volume I, pp. 316-317. For a fairly good picture, see pages 344-45 of the same work.
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • foundation has been acquired, however, it endures, and then Christ
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • foundation has been acquired, however, it endures, and then Christ
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • founded on Spiritual Science. Only he who realises this, in all its
    • things if we would gain a foundation for understanding the so-called
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • founded on Spiritual Science. Only he who realises this, in all its
    • things if we would gain a foundation for understanding the so-called
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • Other versions of this Lecture can be found at:
    • is profound wisdom to know that to be a good person is one of the most
    • become a decent person. He has found a real foothold in life. He realizes
    • virtually destroys us in our souls. Relief can only be found by not making
    • found when we search in our soul for the mirrored world beyond the
  • Title: Lecture: Facing Karma
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    • Other versions of this Lecture can be found at:
    • is profound wisdom to know that to be a good person is one of the most
    • become a decent person. He has found a real foothold in life. He realizes
    • virtually destroys us in our souls. Relief can only be found by not making
    • found when we search in our soul for the mirrored world beyond the
  • Title: Lecture: The Four Sacrifices of Christ
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    • there was a certain reciprocal action — she asserted that she found the
    • doors to the living Christ. The dead, who know that Christ has found the
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    • there was a certain reciprocal action — she asserted that she found the
    • doors to the living Christ. The dead, who know that Christ has found the
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • as it is presented in Anthroposophy, and of what is to be found as
    • value too of the forces forming the foundation of human life.
    • was still young; and when the will was opened it was found to contain a
    • she had endured in addition to her physical malady. He found only a lifeless
    • foundation of true reality, becomes fiercely jealous. Take a man who has no
    • jealousy founded on an entirely imaginary picture created by himself; or
    • apposite sayings about fortune, and from these we can see what profound
    • yet is linked with the whole beneficent foundation of our world-order. If we
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • as it is presented in Anthroposophy, and of what is to be found as
    • value too of the forces forming the foundation of human life.
    • was still young; and when the will was opened it was found to contain a
    • she had endured in addition to her physical malady. He found only a lifeless
    • foundation of true reality, becomes fiercely jealous. Take a man who has no
    • jealousy founded on an entirely imaginary picture created by himself; or
    • apposite sayings about fortune, and from these we can see what profound
    • yet is linked with the whole beneficent foundation of our world-order. If we
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    • is to be found nowhere in the human organism except in the region of
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
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    • is to be found nowhere in the human organism except in the region of
    • found in their real union when we learn to understand all the
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • evolution can raise profound questions into consciousness, but that the
    • the earth during the winter, but are to be found only in the cosmic
    • as a product of a complex of forces to be found within the earth domain. (It
    • finds there another super-sensible element, one not found in the extra-
    • found neither within the earthly region nor within that super-terrestrial
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • apparent contradiction is found when a knowledge has been gained of the
    • that Darwinism would solve the problems of life, were unfounded. (Here I
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    • this fact is to be found in the belief held by many individuals during the
    • evolution can raise profound questions into consciousness, but that the
    • the earth during the winter, but are to be found only in the cosmic
    • as a product of a complex of forces to be found within the earth domain. (It
    • finds there another super-sensible element, one not found in the extra-
    • found neither within the earthly region nor within that super-terrestrial
    • now the mineral kingdom was not to be found. The road is a long one over
    • apparent contradiction is found when a knowledge has been gained of the
    • that Darwinism would solve the problems of life, were unfounded. (Here I
  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • several profound meanings but among the many interpretations it
    • tomorrow but forever. Such thoughts are found in the various religious
    • books of all people. They are found as an example in the Bhagavad
    • Gita, the hymn of human perfection. Too, they are found in the Old
    • with the thirteenth chapter. Again, effective thoughts are to be found
    • Human individuality and that of cosmic beings is profound,
    • unfathomingly profound. One cannot achieve anything in this area save
    • public will be found in my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and
    • actual alteration of the soul, that relate to the most profoundly
    • What is found in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment is
    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
    • they found the path leading into their inner being and because they
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    • several profound meanings but among the many interpretations it
    • tomorrow but forever. Such thoughts are found in the various religious
    • books of all people. They are found as an example in the Bhagavad
    • Gita, the hymn of human perfection. Too, they are found in the Old
    • with the thirteenth chapter. Again, effective thoughts are to be found
    • Human individuality and that of cosmic beings is profound,
    • unfathomingly profound. One cannot achieve anything in this area save
    • public will be found in my book, Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and
    • actual alteration of the soul, that relate to the most profoundly
    • What is found in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds and Its Attainment is
    • other than the path described above. They found these truths because
    • they found the path leading into their inner being and because they
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    • example, be found in the poison of the deadly nightshade. We also
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    • example, be found in the poison of the deadly nightshade. We also
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    • true this has always found its scientific formulation in certain
    • exercises that may be found in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, what
    • founded on divine spirituality; for it would be senseless to seek in
    • nevertheless founded on profound truth. If, however, we trace this
    • expression of a most profound truth.
    • human soul bears in it three natures — a will nature, found
    • head of Isis — this is profound symbolism. Those who understand
    • symbolic expression of a profound cosmic truth. What lasted throughout
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    • true this has always found its scientific formulation in certain
    • exercises that may be found in Knowledge of the Higher Worlds, what
    • founded on divine spirituality; for it would be senseless to seek in
    • nevertheless founded on profound truth. If, however, we trace this
    • expression of a most profound truth.
    • human soul bears in it three natures — a will nature, found
    • head of Isis — this is profound symbolism. Those who understand
    • symbolic expression of a profound cosmic truth. What lasted throughout
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    • explained in other lectures given on the foundations of spiritual
    • stands upon such a foundation that it can say that when man enters his
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • the world, mysteries lying at the foundation of the universe; yet even
    • now needs, the quality that in past epochs could be found only outside
    • humanity, must be found in humanity itself, within the evolution of
    • This truth lies at the foundation of St. Paul's significant words,
    • other beings cannot be found outside my own being; it can be found
    • discovers Christ within him. That He can be thus found was made
    • skepticism, to Christ. In future, Jesus will be found on that path we
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    • explained in other lectures given on the foundations of spiritual
    • stands upon such a foundation that it can say that when man enters his
    • man's origin can no longer be found on the old path; it must be found
    • the world, mysteries lying at the foundation of the universe; yet even
    • now needs, the quality that in past epochs could be found only outside
    • humanity, must be found in humanity itself, within the evolution of
    • This truth lies at the foundation of St. Paul's significant words,
    • other beings cannot be found outside my own being; it can be found
    • discovers Christ within him. That He can be thus found was made
    • skepticism, to Christ. In future, Jesus will be found on that path we
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    • reveal, in specific instances, their hidden spiritual-scientific foundations.
    • by the Founder of Christianity, Christ Jesus Himself. For if it were to
    • individualized Divinity is to be found in each of us human beings.
    • foundation of the human soul, the inmost element of the human being,
    • Who founded Christianity — Christ Jesus — had in mind the seven
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    • reveal, in specific instances, their hidden spiritual-scientific foundations.
    • by the Founder of Christianity, Christ Jesus Himself. For if it were to
    • individualized Divinity is to be found in each of us human beings.
    • foundation of the human soul, the inmost element of the human being,
    • Who founded Christianity — Christ Jesus — had in mind the seven
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    • love; love is the ground, the foundation of everything that lives. It
    • witnesses. Historical evidence is not to be found. Men have seen the
    • love, we have found the path to wisdom, we reach wisdom through the
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    • love; love is the ground, the foundation of everything that lives. It
    • witnesses. Historical evidence is not to be found. Men have seen the
    • love, we have found the path to wisdom, we reach wisdom through the
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    • foundation of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.
    • down to Earth or give to men from Saturn anything that can be found in
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    • foundation of the Anthroposophical Society in Great Britain.
    • down to Earth or give to men from Saturn anything that can be found in
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    • found depicted on these walls. This Purgatory painting expresses in the
    • to present in connection with the profound secrets of human evolution.
    • into the most profound human secrets. What does it represent? There is a
    • found in the work of the Middle Ages. We ask why the people come out of the
    • be found externally in the world, but also within, because we no longer
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    • found depicted on these walls. This Purgatory painting expresses in the
    • to present in connection with the profound secrets of human evolution.
    • into the most profound human secrets. What does it represent? There is a
    • found in the work of the Middle Ages. We ask why the people come out of the
    • be found externally in the world, but also within, because we no longer
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    • This lecture can be found in Supersensible Knowledge, whose
    • much more profound, and that as a matter of fact the legends and
    • most profound and ancient wisdom.
    • Very much more may be learned by thoroughly examining the foundations
    • surround us in this world — the mineral foundation, the
    • who have found their way into these matters will know that behind all
    • they are not to be found in the world of the senses.
    • itself; and he tells us that this made a profound impression upon him.
    • phosphorus, etc., are to be found outside in inanimate nature also. If
    • sensitive substance: and sensitive substance can only be found where
    • three bodies found in the simplest sensitive living creature.
    • The vital fluids, which are also found in plants;
    • the theme of the present lecture was drawn from the profound depths of
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    • This lecture can be found in Supersensible Knowledge, whose
    • much more profound, and that as a matter of fact the legends and
    • most profound and ancient wisdom.
    • Very much more may be learned by thoroughly examining the foundations
    • surround us in this world — the mineral foundation, the
    • who have found their way into these matters will know that behind all
    • they are not to be found in the world of the senses.
    • itself; and he tells us that this made a profound impression upon him.
    • phosphorus, etc., are to be found outside in inanimate nature also. If
    • sensitive substance: and sensitive substance can only be found where
    • three bodies found in the simplest sensitive living creature.
    • The vital fluids, which are also found in plants;
    • the theme of the present lecture was drawn from the profound depths of
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    • occult foundation of every form of cramp or convulsion. Here the
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    • occult foundation of every form of cramp or convulsion. Here the
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    • physicians too found their way to this movement. They are seriously
    • many cases the foundations for the actual comprehension of processes of
    • illness and healing are lacking. These foundations are lacking in official
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • foundation of anthroposophy certainly do not exclude therapeutic
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    • physicians too found their way to this movement. They are seriously
    • many cases the foundations for the actual comprehension of processes of
    • illness and healing are lacking. These foundations are lacking in official
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • foundation of anthroposophy certainly do not exclude therapeutic
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    • can provide that basis. Even though such a foundation must be taken as
    • is found that their so-called “practical thought” is often not
    • to those who stand upon an anthroposophical foundation. The one who is
    • in the same way that the transition occurred in nature, it shall be found
    • not our thought was correct. If the true cause has been found, very well.
    • again to the matter in question, it will be found that certain thought forces
    • It is certain that what a man seeks can always be found in the world,
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    • can provide that basis. Even though such a foundation must be taken as
    • is found that their so-called “practical thought” is often not
    • to those who stand upon an anthroposophical foundation. The one who is
    • in the same way that the transition occurred in nature, it shall be found
    • not our thought was correct. If the true cause has been found, very well.
    • again to the matter in question, it will be found that certain thought forces
    • It is certain that what a man seeks can always be found in the world,
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    • The original German text of this lecture can he found in the Collected
    • to be found as an etheric angel-form. Through permeation with the
    • bodily processes taking place in his organism. He would have found
    • indeed have come to pass that man would have found not only sounds,
    • These words are to be found where the Gospel was born out of the fourth
    • foundation of Spiritual Science. We must consider this, too! The
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    • The original German text of this lecture can he found in the Collected
    • to be found as an etheric angel-form. Through permeation with the
    • bodily processes taking place in his organism. He would have found
    • indeed have come to pass that man would have found not only sounds,
    • These words are to be found where the Gospel was born out of the fourth
    • foundation of Spiritual Science. We must consider this, too! The
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    • come here today for the opening of the group founded by our friend,
    • associate in groups and to ask ourselves why we found working groups
    • these working groups, we will continue to found them in full
    • of course, be found among those who in the sixth epoch have still
    • in that epoch. We found communities of human beings within which there
    • because it emanates from one person or another. We found communities
    • consecration that is the foundation of a working group within the
    • higher form of community, founded in the freedom of love among
    • through the blood. Community that is founded not upon the blood, but
    • end of the world.” Always He can be found as the living Christ.
    • But grantest, that in her profoundest breast
    • receive into ourselves. Hereby we consecrate a group at its founding.
    • foundation of a group we will take this as our motto of consecration:
    • have associated themselves with those who have founded the group here.
    • like to found through the manner of our work, will thus grow and
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    • come here today for the opening of the group founded by our friend,
    • associate in groups and to ask ourselves why we found working groups
    • these working groups, we will continue to found them in full
    • of course, be found among those who in the sixth epoch have still
    • in that epoch. We found communities of human beings within which there
    • because it emanates from one person or another. We found communities
    • consecration that is the foundation of a working group within the
    • higher form of community, founded in the freedom of love among
    • through the blood. Community that is founded not upon the blood, but
    • end of the world.” Always He can be found as the living Christ.
    • But grantest, that in her profoundest breast
    • receive into ourselves. Hereby we consecrate a group at its founding.
    • foundation of a group we will take this as our motto of consecration:
    • have associated themselves with those who have founded the group here.
    • like to found through the manner of our work, will thus grow and
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    • found in the breathing process. It is a familiar fact that men
    • between men and animals is found in the fact that the
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • foundation for the right solution of the nutritional problem. This
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • investigated, it will generally be found that they eat meat.
    • for an exclusively vegetarian diet will be found to prevail among
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    • found in the breathing process. It is a familiar fact that men
    • between men and animals is found in the fact that the
    • be carried out in the right way. The inner life is founded on them.
    • foundation for the right solution of the nutritional problem. This
    • of impulses found spread out in the animal kingdom, has induced
    • investigated, it will generally be found that they eat meat.
    • for an exclusively vegetarian diet will be found to prevail among
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    • center of the view found in the cultic rituals performed by the priests in
    • is founded upon the story of Osiris — how he was killed, how his spouse
    • sought by Isis, and how he was found again so that he is then able to
    • sun being had been lost in a sense, and must be found again. We cannot
    • Typhon-Ahriman and carried away by the waters of the Nile, must be found
    • morality, so that the moral meaning of the world's order cannot be found
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    • center of the view found in the cultic rituals performed by the priests in
    • is founded upon the story of Osiris — how he was killed, how his spouse
    • sought by Isis, and how he was found again so that he is then able to
    • sun being had been lost in a sense, and must be found again. We cannot
    • Typhon-Ahriman and carried away by the waters of the Nile, must be found
    • morality, so that the moral meaning of the world's order cannot be found
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    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • man found fulfillment in his soul-life. He bore in himself the effects of
    • Undertaking to obey the injunction ‘Know Thyself’, however, he found
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
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    • With regard to mankind, a certain law of development is found to run like a
    • his life could be found once more by seeing himself as a member of the
    • man found fulfillment in his soul-life. He bore in himself the effects of
    • Undertaking to obey the injunction ‘Know Thyself’, however, he found
    • knew clearly that the essence of man could only be found in super earthly
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    • sense. It is well-founded. The whole organism of the earth suffers from
    • of people merely as knowledge. If it found its way into the developing
    • other class. Such an attitude has found its way into human souls and in
    • Thus we see how unfounded it is when people who do not really know
    • foundation for an egotistical morality we can thus reply, “No! True
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    • sense. It is well-founded. The whole organism of the earth suffers from
    • of people merely as knowledge. If it found its way into the developing
    • other class. Such an attitude has found its way into human souls and in
    • Thus we see how unfounded it is when people who do not really know
    • foundation for an egotistical morality we can thus reply, “No! True
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    • constructed a deeper foundation for these questions, by saying that
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    • constructed a deeper foundation for these questions, by saying that
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    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • foundation for the social structure of humanity.
    • are placed. We must at first lay the foundations for such
    • as one is adverse to entering into the spirit and soul foundations of
    • that a foundation for the political thinking of the fifth
    • found during the second half of the 19th century which referred to the
    • where hatred forms a foundation for love as in the cry, “Workers of
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    • naturally corresponds to certain impulses which are ultimately found
    • foundation for the social structure of humanity.
    • are placed. We must at first lay the foundations for such
    • as one is adverse to entering into the spirit and soul foundations of
    • that a foundation for the political thinking of the fifth
    • found during the second half of the 19th century which referred to the
    • where hatred forms a foundation for love as in the cry, “Workers of
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    • mobility. Many similar examples could be found of Hermann Grimm's
    • came an alien intrusion, one that had actually found a footing in the
    • Germanic world during the first centuries after the founding of
    • of the Roman element had even found its way into the wild Nibelung men
    • onwards takes into itself the germs of decline with the founding of
    • Wurzburg and the rest. The founding of these Universities throughout
    • I am speaking here of something profoundly characteristic. In their
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • comparison is no mere analogy, but is founded upon facts of the spiritual
    • foundation and not to be scoffed at; but nevertheless it will lead
    • concepts, however, can be developed only on the foundation of
    • spiritual science. And such a foundation is available when the spirit
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    • mobility. Many similar examples could be found of Hermann Grimm's
    • came an alien intrusion, one that had actually found a footing in the
    • Germanic world during the first centuries after the founding of
    • of the Roman element had even found its way into the wild Nibelung men
    • onwards takes into itself the germs of decline with the founding of
    • Wurzburg and the rest. The founding of these Universities throughout
    • I am speaking here of something profoundly characteristic. In their
    • in early times, certain kinds of human bodies were to be found in
    • comparison is no mere analogy, but is founded upon facts of the spiritual
    • foundation and not to be scoffed at; but nevertheless it will lead
    • concepts, however, can be developed only on the foundation of
    • spiritual science. And such a foundation is available when the spirit
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    • and of a fundamental book on the subject of Christianity will be found
    • aphorism and the like will be found at all times to contain much that
    • reckoned amongst the most profound of all prayers. To-day we cannot
    • whole of theosophy, of divine wisdom, is found in the Lord's Prayer.
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    • and of a fundamental book on the subject of Christianity will be found
    • aphorism and the like will be found at all times to contain much that
    • reckoned amongst the most profound of all prayers. To-day we cannot
    • whole of theosophy, of divine wisdom, is found in the Lord's Prayer.
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    • In the deep foundations of man's being lies the will. In many respects
    • foundations as a necessary force.
    • outer symbol, inasmuch as beneath the foundations of the most
    • Palladium was taken away from Rome. Constantine founded
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
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    • In the deep foundations of man's being lies the will. In many respects
    • foundations as a necessary force.
    • outer symbol, inasmuch as beneath the foundations of the most
    • Palladium was taken away from Rome. Constantine founded
    • again. The Sun-Mystery must be found again — otherwise the Palladium
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • realm where the dangerous knowledge is to be found; a Guardian holds
    • foundation for the whole method of spiritual scientific research lies
    • healthy solutions can be found — as I have explained in my book,
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    • nothing sectarian about it, nor does it set out to found a new
    • realm where the dangerous knowledge is to be found; a Guardian holds
    • foundation for the whole method of spiritual scientific research lies
    • healthy solutions can be found — as I have explained in my book,
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    • It was, indeed, out of a profound instinct that Truth, Beauty and
    • Soul is found in other of his works.
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    • It was, indeed, out of a profound instinct that Truth, Beauty and
    • Soul is found in other of his works.
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    • clairvoyance and proceeds through the state found in our modern
    • be found on the mountains in the juice of the Soma.
    • the revelation found completion in what was brought to understand it.
    • found especially mature and ready? Kant speaks of mathematics as being
    • to found a science of the spirit upon knowledge gained outside man,
    • founded, but one may still remain a mere phrase-maker even when
    • founding schools of wisdom. For rightly understood, the matter is as
    • It must be found entirely anew.
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    • clairvoyance and proceeds through the state found in our modern
    • be found on the mountains in the juice of the Soma.
    • the revelation found completion in what was brought to understand it.
    • found especially mature and ready? Kant speaks of mathematics as being
    • to found a science of the spirit upon knowledge gained outside man,
    • founded, but one may still remain a mere phrase-maker even when
    • founding schools of wisdom. For rightly understood, the matter is as
    • It must be found entirely anew.
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    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • profound influence women had, for example, on the whole intellectual
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • essential importance. And one found, even in the most popular of
    • breathing (Atmung) it is called Atman. Spirit-Man is then found in
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    • Spiritual Science; that it has not found the way to life as it is in
    • life. It will prove itself far more by building a real foundation for
    • profound influence women had, for example, on the whole intellectual
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • essential importance. And one found, even in the most popular of
    • breathing (Atmung) it is called Atman. Spirit-Man is then found in
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    • revealing itself from the divine foundations of the world, revealing
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    • revealing itself from the divine foundations of the world, revealing
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • something, and they found that the communications of the gods
    • found in Plato that this was indeed so in ancient times. Today we can
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • something, and they found that the communications of the gods
    • found in Plato that this was indeed so in ancient times. Today we can
    • other expressions should really be found — that special joy
    • The gods found a new way of speaking to us. This way went through the
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    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • manuscripts by Shakespeare have ever been found, they are also based
    • found an audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say,
    • found in Schiller's dramas, who thought that he had to encumber his
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    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • manuscripts by Shakespeare have ever been found, they are also based
    • found an audience keenly interested in the theatre, that is to say,
    • found in Schiller's dramas, who thought that he had to encumber his
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    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • Shakespeare's hand have ever been found; they are also
    • that Shakespeare's fame spread so quickly proves that he found an
    • the idea of tragic guilt, as found in Schiller's dramas, who
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    • The original German text of this lecture can be found in the
    • Shakespeare's hand have ever been found; they are also
    • that Shakespeare's fame spread so quickly proves that he found an
    • the idea of tragic guilt, as found in Schiller's dramas, who
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • Manicheanism founded a mighty spiritual stream to which the mediaeval
    • The deep and profound thought here contained is the following: the
    • Root Race which has been in preparation since the founding of
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    • founded by Manes about the third century after Christ and its great
    • Manicheanism founded a mighty spiritual stream to which the mediaeval
    • The deep and profound thought here contained is the following: the
    • Root Race which has been in preparation since the founding of
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    • is to be found as ‘anthroposophical history’ in the communications
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    • Brentano's psychology is an historic fact of profound significance.
    • — or at any rate have a well-founded hypothesis — that
    • found in its first beginnings, what has to be more and more developed
    • antithesis. The way must be found to assimilate morality with that to
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    • about the foundation of the Giordano Bruno Society, I was present at a
    • That is man's frightful illusion. That is the foundation of pessimism
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    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • magical. The foundation is laid for his magic idealism in the experience he
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    • And we see further how what he thus had at the foundation of his life
    • magical. The foundation is laid for his magic idealism in the experience he
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    • hour, at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • a simple narration of what is found by spiritual investigation. These
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
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    • hour, at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • a simple narration of what is found by spiritual investigation. These
    • that I was so deeply impressed, — liked what he said, and found
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • results of civilization develop in an exceedingly profound way from
    • expressed in the Egyptian form of religion was very profound; it was
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • riddle, but which is found in the ancient Egyptian conception of the
    • The unique fact lying at the foundation of temple-sleep is that among
    • upon what profound inner conditions a case of healing may depend. Let
    • were to be found; that which then entered into him fertilized him, and
    • apocalyptic wisdom, the true new Spiritual Wisdom, will be found in
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    • foundation. At the same time we must remember that if we only use our
    • is found in the physical world; although we may not see it with our
    • is to be found in the case of animals in the astral world. The group
    • found; this is an important and essential truth. Whereas we see the
    • a man is found the human ego is always the centre; the mineral ego is
    • fills us with profound awe when we learn its meaning with the help of
    • with them during sleep. Such Beings were to be found everywhere who
    • body; it is therefore no childish idea, but profound wisdom, to speak
    • a spiritual atmosphere. From a mineral foundation plants spring forth,
    • it all. At the same time a foundation has been laid on which we can
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    • would have found that there were lines of warmth within it in all
    • of forms of warmth alone, and these were the original foundations of
    • was in fact a fluidic body, in it you might again have found physical
    • upon a vegetable-mineral foundation which later underwent condensation
    • known about the spiritual foundations of the world men will recognize
    • deep down in the hidden foundations of the world. Further, when we
    • example we can see that profound wisdom regarding the evolution of the
    • foundations of the human physical body. One who can occultly observe
    • into the Being of man. Profound secrets lie behind what is found in
  • 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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    • In our last lecture we reached a point where we found that the Spirits
    • a well-prepared foundation on which to work. Only through the Spirits
    • Paradise. In spite of all investigations Paradise is not to be found
    • journeyed westward, and their last descendants were found when America
    • The ancient Greeks found a people who had hardened earlier than
    • which might be called his own type, the race which founded the Aryan
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    • inner centre, found a certain balance, so that they have within them
    • passions such as are now found in lions were made manifest at that
    • found who had gone by other paths. With these they mingled, and from
    • is still to be found today, and which may in some way be compared with
    • in outward symbols like that of the fish, which were to be found in
    • have to incarnate in forms which are to be found on earth, so these
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    • Now, by developing certain capacities which are to be found slumbering
    • the sun found again a place upon the earth. Now, if the Christ is
    • wisdom will only gain gradually. This wisdom, which is found deeply
    • regardless of material foundations, must pass from soul to soul, from
    • On it the world soul is crucified; this is the profound esoteric
    • forms at present the foundation of our life, is the mineral. It has a
    • providing the first foundation of that which is the mission of the
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    • people by means of myth and legend, they found some who understood
    • had a spiritual foundation. Before the rise of the true Roman kingdom
    • had been saved from the world, which had withdrawn into profoundest
    • that in which is to be found the deepest memories of our soul. Even if
    • culture was founded under the influence of Initiates by means of
    • last remnants of which are to be found in the Vedas; in it the longing
    • Egyptian civilizations were founded. Through them a further step
    • This is found even in the most recent legends of the Teutonic gods,
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    • found to be worthy he might, through the merit acquired in the
    • according to its deeds was found worthy of this vision it might be
    • This is the actual foundation of the drama. It was felt that the Gods
    • mighty impulse through the Christ, something of profound importance
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    • development — in which man received the foundations of his ego,
    • materialistic belief that reality is only to be found between life and
    • justified in the civilization of that time, and is profoundly
    • souls. At the bottom of the division into castes lies a well-founded
    • appear to us, they were the result of a most profound conception. A
    • religious foundation.
    • advance side by side. The extremity of this divergence is found in the
    • found.
    • that were endeavouring, through entering profoundly into science, to
    • one of which went southwards towards India. Here the first foundations
    • Christian impulse of power is found in Rosicrucian spiritual teaching.
    • value to us to be told that the Egyptians had already found primeval
    • lightning, and if anyone found occasion to mock at the Apocalypse
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    • had to be introduced in gently balanced stages. The foundations had
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    • to tell us concerning the foundation of all
    • than anything to be found in the subconscious realm.
    • in life concerning the Christ can be found only — in
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    • to tell us concerning the foundation of all
    • than anything to be found in the subconscious realm.
    • in life concerning the Christ can be found only — in
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    • Kosmogonie, Jena, 1916. The cited passages are to be found on
    • found in the poem, Die Kunstler (The Artist).
    • founder of the theory of electrons.
    • foundation for Social Forma — lecture 3)
    • This verse is to be found among a series of similar verses in texts
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    • And some of what is to be found in the book, Sex and Character,
    • than those to be found in Sex and Character. But there is
    • about you, he says. Evil is to be found living wherever there are
    • — it can all be found in man. In this fashion, deeply felt
    • be found in almost anyone. It more or less depends on the subjective
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    • Now, there is a profound truth that we have considered from many
    • everything that is to be found at large in the macrocosm can be
    • of that soul, profound storms, and these storms were lived out in the
    • have been times when there was a profound awareness that a man's own
    • is a tremendous thing. The connections are immensely profound.
    • consciousness of earthly nature. That is a profound truth.
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    • cosmic significance, have imprinted on humanity. The foundations of
    • found direct evidence that mankind once possessed knowledge, explicit
    • often found in other areas today, whereby one judges on the basis of
    • foundations of existence one finds metamorphosis. Someone who
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    • body. These things are manifestations of the most profound mysteries,
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    •  I  are found the elemental beings of the myths and
    • You see, the more profound elements are only revealed when one
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    • to provide the foundations for fully conscious human life, but were
    • eye is alive, the ear is alive, that which is the foundation of all
    • If we count how many of our senses were already to be found on Old
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    • profound relationship between what is out there in the cosmos and
    • life processes and can profoundly affect them in abnormal
    • for music is one of the most profound things we have on the physical
    • way of relating to the spiritual world could only be found in a person
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    • find profound truths about the human being which one simply could not
    • senses is to be found in the arts and the enjoyment of art. Something
    • With this discovery, aesthetics leads us to some profound secrets of
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    • to be found. The entire world around us actually resolves into
    • before yesterday and half a year before that. We have found a group of
    • found to follow them. It is convenient for me to use the law of
    • whole business of science is founded — the law of economy of
    • be found. And then others come along and claim to have discovered laws
    • occurrences is such a thing as an  I  to be found.
    • Perhaps other, higher, orders could be found, but we are not presently
    • that are to be found in the mineral realm; they are simply organised
    • want to found some sort of mere pragmatism, or to restrict himself to
    • reality is not to be found. But a counter-tendency is beginning to
    • — the return of the same things — that is to be found in
    • found in another philosopher, Duhring, who said that the original
    • counter-theory is to be found. We then went to his library and located
    • the books. We found them the relevant passages — with which I was
    • quite familiar — and found heavy markings in Nietzsche's own hand
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    • substance of the world, one found the previous contents of that old,
    • today. They provide the necessary foundations for the
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    • world. And habit establishes the foundations for our freedom.
    • rate, much is written down — but most of it is unfounded, because
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    • twelve-foldness really is to be found in the head. Now most of you
    • before humanity discovered it. Other examples can be found-thousands
    • discovered — that cannot be found somewhere in the human
    • be found in the human organism. A human being only lacks the things
    • superficial will be regarded as ‘utterly profound’ by
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    • so to speak, able to read profound, living, spiritual truths that have
    • are no apparent organs to be found for perception of another's
    • will not rest on solid foundations until this has been understood.
    • normal observation, and can be found in what ordinary science has to
    • peripheral of these. The apparatus for touching is found mainly at the
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    • explanation for what is within the human being will be found in the
    • explained by what is to be found in the universe, you are not far
    • that found their way into print. Nowadays, either they are not
    • clumsily shaped verse, one that could still have been found in the
    • unfounded preconceptions. In truth, it is necessary for you to free
    • history will find these deeper connections. But today a foundation in
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    • of the present course of lectures will be founded upon the whole
    • describe the foundations upon which this Rosicrucian annunciation of
    • The Rosicrucians (not the strange new group being founded in America
    • man — something which can be found in its true nature only if we
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    • he found it increasingly possible to turn once more to the Gods out of
    • clairvoyant’ people are to be found, who have a dim clairvoyance and
    • profound truth in the saying that at the birth of the Buddha, forces
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    • light. When we take the most profound document of the New Testament
    • expression of these higher members will be found in the lowest. Even
    • would have found it impossible to remain united to the coarser
    • would have found no possibility of development upon it. Instead of
    • down upon them. (We must not confound this Light with physical light;
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    • survey and found that with regard to the progress of our planet, a
    • foundation it provided, that the Earth became hardened, parched, and
    • hardened that the beings who descended to reside in them found them
    • yesterday in a more abstract way. I said the Sun-forces found it
    • beings no longer found suitable bodies. This resulted in the
    • Earth, at last found that the bodies were no longer suitable for them.
    • who wished to incarnate as men and found only hardened bodies which
    • descendants, but when the souls returned to Earth they found the
    • profound importance of this decisive event — the exit of the
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    • had their foundation upon the earth. The mineral kingdom needed but
    • were to be found. The human souls, indeed all soul-beings, who felt
    • upon which this world is founded. He would not have seen the physical
    • system, and returned to Earth in proportion as they found bodies in
    • spiritual foundation of the world and mocked man with a world that is
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    • founded in post Atlantean times. And just as suitable candidates had
    • yesterday. The spiritual beings of old had effected love founded on
    • visions are distorted, because they lack the true foundation, Solovioff
    • their time; their work may spring from the profoundest depths of their
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    • behind all other things!’ Furthermore he knew that the spirit he found
    • these facts as a foundation for the most diverse conclusions.
    • to the world the Gospel of Christ in its profoundest form. An
    • found in my book Christianity as Mystical Fact, in which a chapter is
    • From this we see in what profound manner the Gospels reproduce the
    • profound writing.
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    • that a divine being should be found in Jesus of Nazareth.
    • God Himself. Another contradiction could then be found in the fact
    • profound insight into the spiritual world. Yes, the Akashic record,
    • found in St. John. Tradition therefore associates him with the symbol
    • their own past initiation, cannot possibly be founded upon mere fancy,
    • but that it springs from the deepest foundations of Christian
    • isolated profound thinkers come to recognize the truth of this Pauline
    • without spiritual science, even a profound thinker like Solovioff
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    • another. Though no mention of the fact is found in external records,
    • could not have found the persons necessary for this event in other
    • old state of consciousness was generally on the decline, He found
    • and for the water contained in the vessels to be found to taste like
    • find the truths which cannot be found without Anthroposophy.
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    • distinguish between two stages in the life of the Founder of
    • could only be found in the universe beyond our earth. At the Baptism
    • to the human being can be found a few inches distant from his skin.
    • profound mystery to which expression can be given only in words of awe
    • Christ said to him: ‘We have found the Master, He who dwells in Jesus
    • penetrate deeper in order to exercise a profounder influence upon
    • ‘And when they found Him on the other side of the sea, they said unto
    • sought and found Him through the heightening of their soul forces.
    • profound occult truth: ‘The eye is formed by the light for the light.’
    • a true belief, founded upon the Gospel of St. John: When Christ was
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    • new departure to the whole evolution of our earth. We found that,
    • physical body. It is true that we are now on the verge of a profound
    • produces similarity within a certain group, is found in the female
    • investigation), it would be found that the blood had changed and had
    • pierced; he was then left to die by exposure. A shepherd found the
    • indicated to us? Yes, legends and myths contain the profoundest
    • island of Kariot and deserted it there. It was found, however, by the
    • couple. The foundling son felt himself displaced and, being of
    • neighbour's wife — his mother. This foundling was Judas of
    • once more and found compassion in Him alone who had compassion on all
    • Thus we see how profound the Gospels are, indeed, how profound all the
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    • spiritual became invisible to him, he found it possible to develop
    • destitute. This was the position in which man found himself. He had
    • ancient Persian, or Indian wisdom, we should have found it everywhere
    • were the teachings of the seers. A ‘science’ not founded upon
    • seers; and a human science is founded, in the sixth and seventh
    • found nothing suitable for his purpose in contemporary science. He
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    • For a long period man found himself, and still finds himself to a
    • upon which our sense world is founded. For the foundation upon which
    • physical, we should have to name it the ‘foundation of all being’, the
    • world; indeed, it provides precisely the foundation for this life.
    • the etheric bodies of those who had found access to the Christ-impulse
    • ripe for hearing the truth without parables. Christ Jesus found the
    • founded in the divine Father-Spirit, and that death, as it is beheld
    • temporal goods; true riches are nowhere found save in man's evolved
    • Jesus of Nazareth. The Gospel of St. Matthew was founded on a
    • Ebionite Gospel. For this reason a certain tone is found in St.
    • he beheld, with his new-found vision, what was to be seen in the
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    • it is founded. Strictly speaking, this is equivalent to saying that
    • found in Heaven. But all evil, all wickedness has its good aspect and
    • the spiritual eye, at a time when Christ was again to be found in the
    • had not themselves committed this sin or laid the foundation of it in
    • once lost and that he was found sitting under a tree, surrounded by
    • able to extract new profound truths from the Gospels. And were we to
    • these profound documents, in ages of human evolution to come. Man can
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    • this particular region (and it will later be found to be the same way
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    • methods of life founded by older people. The young could regard it as
    • movement was refounded at Christmas at the Goetheanum, this soon led
    • founded side by side with the Anthroposophical Society in Germany.
    • symptoms. When we had founded the Anthroposophical Society, we also
    • externally, he cannot be found, even if he is there. It is indeed
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    • methods of life founded by older people. The young could regard it as
    • movement was refounded at Christmas at the Goetheanum, this soon led
    • founded side by side with the Anthroposophical Society in Germany.
    • symptoms. When we had founded the Anthroposophical Society, we also
    • externally, he cannot be found, even if he is there. It is indeed
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    • moral balance towards the beings and influences found in the
    • found.
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    • moral balance towards the beings and influences found in the
    • found.
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    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • involved in the subject. He found it disagreeable to talk about the
    • agitation! They would have found it quite natural to be questioned
    • it has to be found on the paths  of spiritual knowledge; now man has
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • when such things were founded, from an atavistic feeling originating
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    • is most evident when he has to talk about Kant. Here he found himself
    • involved in the subject. He found it disagreeable to talk about the
    • agitation! They would have found it quite natural to be questioned
    • it has to be found on the paths  of spiritual knowledge; now man has
    • natural foundation of life. Second, legal regulation, which
    • when such things were founded, from an atavistic feeling originating
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    • the elemental beings have found to do with them. Just as we live
    • the educational foundations of the Waldorf School, and I alluded there
    • of life wherein the Christ is to be found. The influence of the Christ
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • rests in very shaky foundations. These theories would indeed not hold
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    • the elemental beings have found to do with them. Just as we live
    • the educational foundations of the Waldorf School, and I alluded there
    • of life wherein the Christ is to be found. The influence of the Christ
    • to be found, quite objectively, not merely through tradition or
    • rests in very shaky foundations. These theories would indeed not hold
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    • If we study and compare many things that are to be found in
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    • intelligible on the foundation of what can be ascertained directly in
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • permeated with spiritual science. It will be found that in languages
    • in truth an organ of Heaven. Such a fact can only be found by
    • clairvoyant research. Once found it can be seen and recognised. We
    • only be there in order that the super-sensible truths may be found. But
    • conscious of his connection with the spiritual is seen as having found
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    • intelligible on the foundation of what can be ascertained directly in
    • we freed ourselves from the Hierarchies and found ourselves. As I said
    • permeated with spiritual science. It will be found that in languages
    • in truth an organ of Heaven. Such a fact can only be found by
    • clairvoyant research. Once found it can be seen and recognised. We
    • only be there in order that the super-sensible truths may be found. But
    • conscious of his connection with the spiritual is seen as having found
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    • institutions and foundations. And although the Lodges have lost their
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • animal world and with men, that too, we shall surely become. If you found a
    • charitable institution or have contributed something to its foundation,
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    • institutions and foundations. And although the Lodges have lost their
    • or charitable institutions. For selfless deeds are the real foundations of
    • animal world and with men, that too, we shall surely become. If you found a
    • charitable institution or have contributed something to its foundation,
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    • are profound and heartfelt, and I know that many of our friends have
    • establishments are founded, and they have to be cared for. The worries
    • be found who will give us help.
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    • she knew, “This being is not to be found yonder on the
    • colors to be found in lifeless nature — these thou wilt
    • once again, and one resembling nothing to be found in the
    • which are to be found upon earth. While one could say of the
    • analogy with it to be found on earth,” one could only
    • spirit realm, which is not found in the world of the
    • and profound emotions, all emotions existing like a mighty
    • her: once again very different from anything to be found upon
    • only what is found in the physical world. Thou wilt endow men
    • may call reflected images of things not to be found upon the
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    • she knew, “This being is not to be found yonder on the
    • colors to be found in lifeless nature — these thou wilt
    • once again, and one resembling nothing to be found in the
    • which are to be found upon earth. While one could say of the
    • analogy with it to be found on earth,” one could only
    • spirit realm, which is not found in the world of the
    • and profound emotions, all emotions existing like a mighty
    • her: once again very different from anything to be found upon
    • only what is found in the physical world. Thou wilt endow men
    • may call reflected images of things not to be found upon the
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    • The whole of Western culture is founded on the observation of form
    • race has produced a culture founded on intellect the next stage will
    • be found outside, in the material world, but can spring forth
    • another force, such as is found in the works of Tolstoy. What
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    • The whole of Western culture is founded on the observation of form
    • race has produced a culture founded on intellect the next stage will
    • be found outside, in the material world, but can spring forth
    • another force, such as is found in the works of Tolstoy. What
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    • will illumine the source and foundation of existence leading
    • beyond it to the source and foundation of the existence of
    • edict or arbitrary decision lacking foundation. It is the
    • devotion to prayer, the greatest mystics found the best
    • warmth is to be found — even in the work of Miguel
    • found itself in inner warmth and intimacy seeks for God
    • punished. Healing is to be found only when, having found God
    • we shall not find in the external world. It is found in the
    • have sought the power of prayer in the soul and have found it
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    • will illumine the source and foundation of existence leading
    • beyond it to the source and foundation of the existence of
    • edict or arbitrary decision lacking foundation. It is the
    • devotion to prayer, the greatest mystics found the best
    • warmth is to be found — even in the work of Miguel
    • found itself in inner warmth and intimacy seeks for God
    • punished. Healing is to be found only when, having found God
    • we shall not find in the external world. It is found in the
    • have sought the power of prayer in the soul and have found it
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    • descendants are still to be found in the interior of Australia.
    • Remains of the Fourth Root Race (Atlantean) are to be found in Western
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • over to Europe. Here (in the north) it found the ancient Hyperborean
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • second to create the foundations of material culture, and the task of
    • the third to build the foundations for the State, to galvanize
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • State which had already founded a world empire. The priest who
    • founding of) the Knights Templar, the actual messengers of the Grail.
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    • descendants are still to be found in the interior of Australia.
    • Remains of the Fourth Root Race (Atlantean) are to be found in Western
    • mingled with the new. Rishi-Priests migrated there and found decadent
    • Primal Semites and also decadent Acadians. Thus the Manu founded a new
    • over to Europe. Here (in the north) it found the ancient Hyperborean
    • produced the new Celtic Civilization. What had been found there
    • second to create the foundations of material culture, and the task of
    • the third to build the foundations for the State, to galvanize
    • found where the greatest number of spiritual impulses had been given,
    • State which had already founded a world empire. The priest who
    • founding of) the Knights Templar, the actual messengers of the Grail.
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    • then returns through the Spheres, the foundations are laid in each for
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    • the last few centuries, my dear friends, materialism has found its way
    • has to learn as the foundation for his work of healing. Having
    • methods of science, namely, to the founding of a real science of
    • same substances as are found on Earth. This science of the world that
    • may have found the Jupiter-picture or the Saturn-picture — and
    • archetypal picture of the human skin and sense-organs is found by
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    • aim was to create a foundation for a deep and full understanding of
    • Earth the most expressive part of man's being is found to be gradually
    • out of a profound knowledge and understanding, and the plastic
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    • This experience makes a profound and lasting impression. Once again
    • Spiritual Science itself. If Anthroposophy is found to be in agreement
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    • impulses can be found that will lead once again to an ascent.
    • it, and begins also to lay the foundation for an understanding of
    • memories, enables the foundation to be laid now in his head for the
    • earthly life. For it is really so, that the foundations of the limbs
    • of the previous earthly life come forth as the foundations of the head
    • Cosmos. This is connected with the fact that the first foundations of
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    • revelations will be vouchsafed to us. If we walk through foundries and
    • receive a strong and profound impression of the mysteries of our own
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    • deepest foundations of the human soul, though in a more or less
    • asked what is to be found in
    • Christ Jesus in Ahasueris. That is the deeper foundation, the
    • Ahasueris have a true objective foundation. We cannot
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    • deepest foundations of the human soul, though in a more or less
    • asked what is to be found in
    • Christ Jesus in Ahasueris. That is the deeper foundation, the
    • Ahasueris have a true objective foundation. We cannot
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    • is to be found somewhere on this line that leads outwards, the visual
    • is found in the Hierarchy which in anthroposophical writings I have
    • spiritual Form can be found in this way. And these full spiritual
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    • is to be found somewhere on this line that leads outwards, the visual
    • is found in the Hierarchy which in anthroposophical writings I have
    • spiritual Form can be found in this way. And these full spiritual
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    • more profound when we visualise such facts as will be brought before
    • to a man's consciousness this meeting with Christ Jesus. In a profound
    • to the Macrocosm in a profoundly significant way. There is a continual
    • support, as a foundation for the life and exercise of religion; but it
    • foundation of the world, and which we experience when we have the
    • to make the meeting with the Father-Principle as profound an
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    • more profound when we visualise such facts as will be brought before
    • to a man's consciousness this meeting with Christ Jesus. In a profound
    • to the Macrocosm in a profoundly significant way. There is a continual
    • support, as a foundation for the life and exercise of religion; but it
    • foundation of the world, and which we experience when we have the
    • to make the meeting with the Father-Principle as profound an
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    • It was George De Ris who first presented the Foundation
    • The original Foundation Stone was a double
    • 1923, at the Christmas Foundation meeting, Rudolf Steiner presented
    • a ‘spiritual Foundation Stone,’ the ‘Dodecahedron
    • the Foundation Stone Meditation with the Lord's Prayer,
    • on the occasion in 1913 of the laying in the ground of the Foundation
    • into its heart and consciousness the Foundation Stone Meditation, for
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    • THE FOUNDATION STONE
    • From hearts found
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    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • The Foundation Stone Meditation — given by Rudolf Steiner
    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • THE FOUND
    • during which the Anthroposophical Society was re-founded in Dornach,
    • decision to publish the verses of the 1923 laying of the Foundation
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    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
    • The Foundation Stone Meditation — given by Rudolf Steiner
    • during the meeting for the re-founding of the Anthroposophical Society
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    • end. In 1912 the Anthroposophical Society was provisionally founded
    • laid the foundations. What we did in the first four years was to
    • what is found in the Akashic Record with regard to the secrets of the
    • cosmos. Those members who joined later have found it necessary —
    • foundation of our work. This is indispensable for everybody; for it is
    • of our work in the four-fold foundation, as it were, of the whole, you
    • themselves a firm and sure foundation. Wherever the work is being
    • will confirmation be found for the facts communicated by the
    • put together in a fashion that is not to be found on the physical
    • between him and the real foundations of the physical plane there opens
    • Thus one will be for ever hovering about without firm foundations if
    • incarnation; for in this one they will have laid the right foundation.
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    • end. In 1912 the Anthroposophical Society was provisionally founded
    • laid the foundations. What we did in the first four years was to
    • what is found in the Akashic Record with regard to the secrets of the
    • cosmos. Those members who joined later have found it necessary —
    • foundation of our work. This is indispensable for everybody; for it is
    • of our work in the four-fold foundation, as it were, of the whole, you
    • themselves a firm and sure foundation. Wherever the work is being
    • will confirmation be found for the facts communicated by the
    • put together in a fashion that is not to be found on the physical
    • between him and the real foundations of the physical plane there opens
    • Thus one will be for ever hovering about without firm foundations if
    • incarnation; for in this one they will have laid the right foundation.
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    • Trottic Mysteries, founded by the Initiate who is known as Sieg, or
    • This suggests that wherever a dwelling place has to be found for a
    • seeking and which is found in Initiation. Who slew Baldur? Those who
    • the spiritual world, but, after all, who understands those profound
    • how this knowledge found its way into the outer world and made its
    • centuries as the founder of Rosicrucianism, a Mystery-School having as
    • way suited to the new era. Thus esoteric Christianity found refuge in
    • truth. Profound achievements of spiritual life were influenced by the
    • mysterious threads of Rosicrucianism which found their way into
    • Geheimnisse he speaks of a man who was led to a house and found on
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    • Trottic Mysteries, founded by the Initiate who is known as Sieg, or
    • This suggests that wherever a dwelling place has to be found for a
    • seeking and which is found in Initiation. Who slew Baldur? Those who
    • the spiritual world, but, after all, who understands those profound
    • how this knowledge found its way into the outer world and made its
    • centuries as the founder of Rosicrucianism, a Mystery-School having as
    • way suited to the new era. Thus esoteric Christianity found refuge in
    • truth. Profound achievements of spiritual life were influenced by the
    • mysterious threads of Rosicrucianism which found their way into
    • Geheimnisse he speaks of a man who was led to a house and found on
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    • causes which brought about the Event of Palestine were not to be found
    • is to be found an explanation from the aspect of Spiritual Science, and
    • was bound up and united with the very foundations of the Cosmos and
    • described by Aristides. He who, according to what is to be found in my
    • way, therefore, to the divine foundations of the Universe which was
    • spiritual foundations. As we take in the external air with our breath
    • are to be found in my
    • what was found of the forces of human nature the “sub-earthly”
    • found spread over Greece and Egypt, the Mithraic are diffused from
    • were found the primordial forces of the Universe. God came as it were
    • beyond this, and was not to be found except by those who alienated
    • He who had the profoundest knowledge of this fact of Christianity was
    • thought that his nature was capable of assimilating the profoundest
    • further seen that because Mithra had so vanished that which man found
    • previously been a streaming substance was now to be found as
    • that was true in the Mysteries is to be found repeated in the Gospel
    • Mysteries in the way in which He was to be found after the Mystery of
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    • causes which brought about the Event of Palestine were not to be found
    • is to be found an explanation from the aspect of Spiritual Science, and
    • was bound up and united with the very foundations of the Cosmos and
    • described by Aristides. He who, according to what is to be found in my
    • way, therefore, to the divine foundations of the Universe which was
    • spiritual foundations. As we take in the external air with our breath
    • are to be found in my
    • what was found of the forces of human nature the “sub-earthly”
    • found spread over Greece and Egypt, the Mithraic are diffused from
    • were found the primordial forces of the Universe. God came as it were
    • beyond this, and was not to be found except by those who alienated
    • He who had the profoundest knowledge of this fact of Christianity was
    • thought that his nature was capable of assimilating the profoundest
    • further seen that because Mithra had so vanished that which man found
    • previously been a streaming substance was now to be found as
    • that was true in the Mysteries is to be found repeated in the Gospel
    • Mysteries in the way in which He was to be found after the Mystery of
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    • more profound conception of the Christ than all the other doctrines
    • because, as we have seen, its elementary principles are to be found
    • remote past. The soul standing wholly upon its own foundations, can
    • outline [A more exact description is to be found
    • great stage of world history through the founding of Christianity.
    • exact are to be found in the Gospel of St. John — we have that
    • He who can understand certain profound words in the
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    • more profound conception of the Christ than all the other doctrines
    • because, as we have seen, its elementary principles are to be found
    • remote past. The soul standing wholly upon its own foundations, can
    • outline [A more exact description is to be found
    • great stage of world history through the founding of Christianity.
    • exact are to be found in the Gospel of St. John — we have that
    • He who can understand certain profound words in the
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    • uttered at random; they were indications of a deep and profound theory
    • his inner being. But a cleft arose in art. Richard Wagner found
    • underlying all his work — an idea that had arisen from profound
    • vague abstraction. Wagner is expressing a profound truth when he uses
    • Now there is a certain profound mystery bound up with humanity and it
    • Citadel of the Grail was founded. The cup was guarded by the
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    • uttered at random; they were indications of a deep and profound theory
    • his inner being. But a cleft arose in art. Richard Wagner found
    • underlying all his work — an idea that had arisen from profound
    • vague abstraction. Wagner is expressing a profound truth when he uses
    • Now there is a certain profound mystery bound up with humanity and it
    • Citadel of the Grail was founded. The cup was guarded by the
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    • found its way to men who were interested in these matters and who
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    • found its way to men who were interested in these matters and who
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    • must build up a foundation upon which the activity and influence of
    • thinking can become sounder; we must moreover create a foundation
    • foundation upon which the will can reach its particular development.
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    • must build up a foundation upon which the activity and influence of
    • thinking can become sounder; we must moreover create a foundation
    • foundation upon which the will can reach its particular development.
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    • the etheric body lies at the foundation of the physical body. Let us,
    • Earth-epoch, but it received its first foundation during the ancient
    • case, that just as the first foundation of the physical body has been
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • horizon, and this same statement can also be found in Schelling’s
    • foundation of this statement ... but just imagine what the learned
    • pride and arrogance, that human wisdom and all that may be found in
    • be found in Planck’s introduction to his “Philosophy of
    • will be found ABOVE. But its INFLUENCE in the future will depend upon
    • progress will in future be found by those souls below who say to
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    • the etheric body lies at the foundation of the physical body. Let us,
    • Earth-epoch, but it received its first foundation during the ancient
    • case, that just as the first foundation of the physical body has been
    • find such a great difference as may be found, for instance, between a
    • horizon, and this same statement can also be found in Schelling’s
    • foundation of this statement ... but just imagine what the learned
    • pride and arrogance, that human wisdom and all that may be found in
    • be found in Planck’s introduction to his “Philosophy of
    • will be found ABOVE. But its INFLUENCE in the future will depend upon
    • progress will in future be found by those souls below who say to
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    • super-sensible foundation of the Art of Building and foreshadows its
    • and winged wheels, of the curious pillars and columns to be found in
    • explanation, but it can only be found through insight into the
    • epoch. Its origin is to be found in the fruits of the ancient Hebrew
    • “Styles of architecture cannot just be found, cannot be
    • found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • architecture of the future can be found? ... I shall try now to
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • everyone contributing, as far as he can, to the aim which has found
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    • super-sensible foundation of the Art of Building and foreshadows its
    • and winged wheels, of the curious pillars and columns to be found in
    • explanation, but it can only be found through insight into the
    • epoch. Its origin is to be found in the fruits of the ancient Hebrew
    • “Styles of architecture cannot just be found, cannot be
    • found,” but in the real sense only when they are born
    • architecture of the future can be found? ... I shall try now to
    • different versions exist. Fragments of it are to be found practically
    • everyone contributing, as far as he can, to the aim which has found
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    • avatar beings can be found to be embodied more than once. They
    • foundation as the copy of the etheric body of Jesus of
    • soul, that the Christ can be found in the ego. Because they had
    • what means must this come about? By a more profound understanding
    • forms as the foundation of the objective world.
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    • avatar beings can be found to be embodied more than once. They
    • foundation as the copy of the etheric body of Jesus of
    • soul, that the Christ can be found in the ego. Because they had
    • what means must this come about? By a more profound understanding
    • forms as the foundation of the objective world.
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    • with the nature of Buddhism, will be aware how its Founder, Gautama
    • and the foundations of human existence. He would not speak of these.
    • Reincarnation, or repeated lives on earth, is also to be found in the
    • the fact that elementary geometry is also to be found in Euclid; and
    • be the religion which is at the foundation of the whole of our
    • parts together, still we have not found the Man himself, if we only
    • conception as expressed by the great Founder of Buddhism himself. The
    • line of opposition against the Founder of the Buddhistic
    • in pictorial fashion, what the Founder of Buddhism intended. We are
    • everything that is to be found in the external world of the senses.
    • We can enlarge upon these two aspects of the foundations of both
    • has not found it possible to open — (in Goethe's words) —
    • the divine-spiritual foundations of the world infinitely transcending
    • the external world what was once to be found there. And in this sense
    • found in the Ego itself.
    • did not turn away, but gazed upon it because they found in it a
    • which expressed what had happened with the founding of
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    • with the nature of Buddhism, will be aware how its Founder, Gautama
    • and the foundations of human existence. He would not speak of these.
    • Reincarnation, or repeated lives on earth, is also to be found in the
    • the fact that elementary geometry is also to be found in Euclid; and
    • be the religion which is at the foundation of the whole of our
    • parts together, still we have not found the Man himself, if we only
    • conception as expressed by the great Founder of Buddhism himself. The
    • line of opposition against the Founder of the Buddhistic
    • in pictorial fashion, what the Founder of Buddhism intended. We are
    • everything that is to be found in the external world of the senses.
    • We can enlarge upon these two aspects of the foundations of both
    • has not found it possible to open — (in Goethe's words) —
    • the divine-spiritual foundations of the world infinitely transcending
    • the external world what was once to be found there. And in this sense
    • found in the Ego itself.
    • did not turn away, but gazed upon it because they found in it a
    • which expressed what had happened with the founding of
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    • body, which contains substances which are also found in the mineral
    • what lies at its foundation. How is it expressed outwardly in
    • Human speech is founded on the threefold correspondence,
    • because the Ego makes its entrance after the foundations for
    • language as the Semitic, for instance. The foundation of the Semitic
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    • body, which contains substances which are also found in the mineral
    • what lies at its foundation. How is it expressed outwardly in
    • Human speech is founded on the threefold correspondence,
    • because the Ego makes its entrance after the foundations for
    • language as the Semitic, for instance. The foundation of the Semitic
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    • found His home in the hearts of men on Earth; He enters with His
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    • found His home in the hearts of men on Earth; He enters with His
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    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • Scholasticism to be far more profound, far more consistent than the
    • foundations stretched across the districts of the Ural Mountains and
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    • realisation that spiritual foundations underlie this physical world
    • Scholasticism to be far more profound, far more consistent than the
    • foundations stretched across the districts of the Ural Mountains and
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    • many things are hidden in the foundations of the soul, but they
    • the foundations of the soul. Years ago, the human being had perhaps
    • gently hint that in these demonic depths beneath are to be found the
    • sub-conscious foundations of the soul contains half and
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
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    • many things are hidden in the foundations of the soul, but they
    • the foundations of the soul. Years ago, the human being had perhaps
    • gently hint that in these demonic depths beneath are to be found the
    • sub-conscious foundations of the soul contains half and
    • realities that live in the foundations of the soul work in towards us
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    • of thought found in the concepts of mythology. For the ideas which
    • are to be found in the myths, and the origin of what they express
    • Osiris-Isis-Myth arose as the representative for profounder truths,
    • foundations of the human soul. The Egyptians desired in this way to
    • order to have a foundation, let us consider the Osiris-Myth in its
    • a long time for the corpse. She found the body at last in Phoenicia,
    • North a hundred years after the founding of Christianity, and he
    • found there had of course other names yet he recognized their being
    • regard the myth as foundation for all sorts of world-conceptions, is
    • in a human being, had found his centre there in order to work in the
    • of what lies at the foundation of all this.
    • make use of the Sulphur to be found in him. Were man able to make
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    • slain, she departed on a search for the dead body. She found it at
    • profoundly in the Osiris-Isis myth. Over to Phoenicia must Isis go to
    • letter-script was ‘found’, invented, as we say, in
    • concept in the abstract script has also found expression in the
    • a pernicious sense today is found in all old religious rites: the
    • understood, is profound truth, needs hardly to be altered at all
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    • deeper foundations of such Myths as the Osiris-Isis Myth; we have
    • contemplation of the Gods, is to be found in the Old Testament
    • important that we can lay one thing as a foundation; I have
    • profound allegorical-symbolical manner of speech they had put forward
    • Isis, found that she is asleep. And so one can say: the real
    • paper — covered with all sorts of writings of a profoundly
    • crown which is written upon in the new deeply profound scientific
    • tombstone had been found in Belgium upon which there was likewise an
    • same sign is found in Lauenburg and Belgium then naturally no
    • one finds a second time what one has found a first time, one takes
    • same logic. This is the logic in fact that is to be found in our
    • be found wry frequently! But what is the essential point of
    • shown, that the foundation of external knowledge is only a reflection
    • profound Eulenspiegelism — I should say ‘natural
    • themselves very profound when they do it.
    • And with this, one thinks one has said something most profound. But
    • that it is false what the modern profound scientific method has to
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    • cosmos and what is to be found there of the Gemini nature — on
    • spirituality as this fifth epoch. Courage must only be found to drive
    • the money-changers out of the Temple. Courage must be found to
    • unfounded to say: Well, what can I do by myself? The world takes its
    • his speech are to be found the fine words ‘The accused were
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    • purpose. In order that we may have a foundation as broad as possible,
    • the impulse really be found which mankind needs if it is to take in
    • forbidding picture of Spiritual Science that he found it was not at
    • has read a lecture and has found that this is not the case.
    • is therefore no proof that a man has found something antipathetic to
    • be found in anthroposophical Spiritual Science.
    • forward because it points to the profoundly important fact I
    • be found. But in any case, as it is now — to the dislike
    • already been found on spiritual scientific soil — even such new
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    • profound and significant law of life. One can acquire head-knowledge
    • is no better foundation than the natural science of the present day,
    • that is only to be found in me as man; I have to await something.
    • though they have not seen the foundations and the roots. Things
    • and then they will be able to co-operate in what must be founded.
    • first of over eighty Waldorf Schools was not founded until 1919.]
    • profoundly connected with the deep knowledge which man can only gain
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    • heart-life. All life to be found in mankind today outside the head is
    • tomorrow on what he had found out or learnt today — because he
    • found through that of which we have spoken, through the maturing
    • to be found between successive periods, similarities of the most
    • diverse kinds. We have found a close similarity between our age and
    • the right spot. Just as little can reality be found in the
    • abstract, paradoxical, but they correspond to profound realities;
    • mainspring of the present so-called war is to be found in the general
    • spirituality must also be found which is connected with the earth's
    • if the path to rejuvenation is not found, the evolution of mankind
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    • in. Twisted conclusions like this are to be found at every turn in
    • For besides being a profound student of the history of the
    • mere game of thought which he found in the world outside seem small
    • have found out something which stands higher than correctness,
    • every five. He would have found that one has to go out of oneself into
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    • which is to be found in every single wolf and which characterises all
    • receive from a spiritual foundation have a strengthening influence
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    • away, and in this latter world we found wisdom; we found that its
    • world has found place in man.
    • to complete the scheme on purely intellectual foundations. You would,
    • forces are to be found in the preponderance of the astral over the
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    • remember what we wrote on the blackboard. We found an etheric body
    • influences which had been brought to bear upon man. But we found
    • something more. We found also physical corporality which had a
    • body. As a matter of fact, we found that first, did we not? I want
    • connection that we found in the badly combined organisation of man —
    • descend if we want to investigate these things at their, foundation.
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    • men of earth and filled out our being, we found ourselves inevitably
    • we found from another aspect that what we call nerve substance is
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    • far that in actual fact the eating of what is to be found in plant
    • soul is not to be found in the single plant but has its most
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    • have incorporated into our astral body is to be found outside in the
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • not abstract and fanatical, but are founded upon a penetrating
    • foundation of our inner life. The moment we learn to perceive what
    • of verification of them; for, if he found only what he had already
    • foundation for whatever understanding was brought to Christianity in
    • far more active creative force than can be found in the present-day
    • afterward; and in America are to be found those souls who lived in
    • only — although somewhat more profoundly — the history of
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    • have incorporated into our astral body is to be found outside in the
    • system, stands our feeling life, which can develop on the foundation
    • not abstract and fanatical, but are founded upon a penetrating
    • foundation of our inner life. The moment we learn to perceive what
    • of verification of them; for, if he found only what he had already
    • foundation for whatever understanding was brought to Christianity in
    • far more active creative force than can be found in the present-day
    • afterward; and in America are to be found those souls who lived in
    • only — although somewhat more profoundly — the history of
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    • foundations. If, because of feebleness, we have only forces of
    • human being retains the real foundation for his thinking — the
    • free. The foundation for freedom lies in the activity of pure
    • wherein freedom has its foundations. Karma does not weave the texture
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
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    • foundations. If, because of feebleness, we have only forces of
    • human being retains the real foundation for his thinking — the
    • free. The foundation for freedom lies in the activity of pure
    • wherein freedom has its foundations. Karma does not weave the texture
    • well be found in what is said concerning one particular domain or
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    • first being that, as a result of this profoundly spiritual attitude,
    • having such a profound conception of his creative power. On January
    • dramatic poem is in fact to be found what Goethe had to say concerning the
    • Without taking into account the spiritual-scientific foundation of
    • their foundation in the imperishable spiritual ones to which we
    • to me; and how could it be otherwise, when I found set forth therein
    • spiritual-scientific foundation in his being.
    • and the deep foundation of which I left untouched in all its sacred
    • on a profound penetration of the truth. As an artist, he wished
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    • first being that, as a result of this profoundly spiritual attitude,
    • having such a profound conception of his creative power. On January
    • dramatic poem is in fact to be found what Goethe had to say concerning the
    • Without taking into account the spiritual-scientific foundation of
    • their foundation in the imperishable spiritual ones to which we
    • to me; and how could it be otherwise, when I found set forth therein
    • spiritual-scientific foundation in his being.
    • and the deep foundation of which I left untouched in all its sacred
    • on a profound penetration of the truth. As an artist, he wished
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    • There is a very significant example of a man who found it inwardly
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
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    • There is a very significant example of a man who found it inwardly
    • and he found it when he felt that he had brought to life within him
    • urge connected with the deeper foundations of his life of Soul.
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    • may be found. Anthroposophical Spiritual Science cannot speak of the
    • Spiritual Science is founded upon the same fundamental principles
    • This ‘going beyond’ is founded primarily upon the
    • external science is unable to give them is to be found by plunging
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • and more precise details are to be found in my books,
    • with this kind of thinking we have the real foundation of our
    • symbol, not a single allegorical form will be found there; everything
    • endeavouring to develop an art of movement founded on the reality of
    • to forge with the Divine-Spiritual foundations of the Universe. In
    • inner security which can only be found in consciousness of his
    • the reason that if his life is to rest upon sure foundations, contact
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    • may be found. Anthroposophical Spiritual Science cannot speak of the
    • Spiritual Science is founded upon the same fundamental principles
    • This ‘going beyond’ is founded primarily upon the
    • external science is unable to give them is to be found by plunging
    • But with this kind of mysticism no really profound science of the
    • and more precise details are to be found in my books,
    • with this kind of thinking we have the real foundation of our
    • symbol, not a single allegorical form will be found there; everything
    • endeavouring to develop an art of movement founded on the reality of
    • to forge with the Divine-Spiritual foundations of the Universe. In
    • inner security which can only be found in consciousness of his
    • the reason that if his life is to rest upon sure foundations, contact
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    • philosophy there is much that will be found neither in heaven nor
    • requested. As is the case with many horoscopes, Wallenstein found
    • service during an epidemic of the plague; he was a man of profound
    • but sound and well-founded reasons. Even if these reasons are
    • stream in human life, which can as it were be found again in the
    • without the wonted fanaticism of opponents) it will be found that
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    • philosophy there is much that will be found neither in heaven nor
    • requested. As is the case with many horoscopes, Wallenstein found
    • service during an epidemic of the plague; he was a man of profound
    • but sound and well-founded reasons. Even if these reasons are
    • stream in human life, which can as it were be found again in the
    • without the wonted fanaticism of opponents) it will be found that
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    • mummies, the Egyptian priests found the solution to the secret of
    • method was found for bringing about what had once happened in the
    • one day say of Faust, because contradictions have been found in
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    • thoughts are altogether intellectualistic, having their foundation in
    • immediately after its foundation, for the influence of the rules of the
    • my innermost and well-founded conviction that Steiner's Anthroposophy
    • and well-founded conviction that Steiner's Anthroposophy can only be
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    • they founded, for example, a wonderful art of medicine.
    • organs and founded a science of anatomy, not merely of medicine. This,
    • found their way into the events there recorded. The Old Testament
    • civilisation, the Moon-Spirits found themselves homeless during the
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    • that exists in the cosmos is also to be found in the earth itself.
    • condensed when it is found in the earth's strata. Thus at the centre of
    • active, but the effects of its activities are to be found in the other
    • homeless about the earth, found dwelling places in the mummies. These
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    • found it much more difficult to picture the form of one of the spinal
    • understand this we have a picture of a profoundly significant impulse
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    • of profound significance in the whole life of the West during the
    • perceive the influence of this deeply esoteric stream in the founding
    • actually been founded in Italy for the extermination of all paths to
    • found, formulae coined and proclaimed; but the possibility of
    • worked as a power in themselves and what found its way over to the West
    • And so materialism found
    • South and East; it found its way into the middle stream, and,
    • esotericism which had here found its outlet ... and there arose the
    • ninth century, was so profoundly concerned: How can happenings in the
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    • the essence of life, these phenomena are of the profoundest
    • lying at the foundation of that effort of our will falls
    • the founders of religions and sects were wont to do, will gradually
    • no longer can overcome the perils which beset humanity by founding
    • skeptical and full of distrust, when any prophet, founder of a sect,
    • instead of being founded upon the natural confidence, the inner
    • accepted upon the foundation of external authority, and not upon the
    • demand — believe in this or that new prophet or founder of
    • field charlatans will be found beside to conscientious initiates who
    • itself, and may be found side by side with the conscientious results
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    • the essence of life, these phenomena are of the profoundest
    • lying at the foundation of that effort of our will falls
    • the founders of religions and sects were wont to do, will gradually
    • no longer can overcome the perils which beset humanity by founding
    • skeptical and full of distrust, when any prophet, founder of a sect,
    • instead of being founded upon the natural confidence, the inner
    • accepted upon the foundation of external authority, and not upon the
    • demand — believe in this or that new prophet or founder of
    • field charlatans will be found beside to conscientious initiates who
    • itself, and may be found side by side with the conscientious results
  • Title: Lecture: The Dual Form of Cognition During the Middle Ages and the Development of Knowledge in Modern Times
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • which may still be found in the pre-Socratic philosophers and which
    • continuation of schools which had been founded by the Church, so the
    • otherwise not have been found. It was, to be sure, a certain
    • kind, and so forth. But this is not possible. It can only be found if
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • which may still be found in the pre-Socratic philosophers and which
    • continuation of schools which had been founded by the Church, so the
    • otherwise not have been found. It was, to be sure, a certain
    • kind, and so forth. But this is not possible. It can only be found if
  • Title: Lecture: The Remedy for Our Diseased Civilisation
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • they were able to educate mankind. And again, upon the foundation of
    • as their foundation and those in whom the old traditional thoughts
    • in those who have found a direct pleasure in Haeckel's “Riddles
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • For this reason, we cannot say that it can only be found among a
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • have founded the intellectual and materialistic science of the
    • will really be able to found upon the earth a human structure
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • they were able to educate mankind. And again, upon the foundation of
    • as their foundation and those in whom the old traditional thoughts
    • in those who have found a direct pleasure in Haeckel's “Riddles
    • has merely found a comprehensive expression within the materialistic
    • For this reason, we cannot say that it can only be found among a
    • dwindling minority. Indeed, formulated concepts may be found there,
    • formed the foundation of what has kindled instincts in a spiritual
    • have founded the intellectual and materialistic science of the
    • will really be able to found upon the earth a human structure
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    • This document, literally crumbling in your hand when it was found,
    • first foundation of man's physical body was laid upon Saturn. The
    • grasped from a purely physical aspect and their first foundation
    • foundation of the eye, the ear, of every sense-organ and of all the
    • found to-day, are those which pertain to the mineral kingdom.
    • existed in the form which was the first foundation of his physical
    • space, formed the first foundation of that which developed later on
    • beginning implanted into the physical foundation of man's body the
    • foundation not been prepared at that time, so that now you are
    • earth; it decays, but it forms the foundation of a new plant. Thus
    • a new foundation and it became permeated with on etheric body.
    • conception of what lay at the foundation of this mystery, and no
    • preparatory stage upon Saturn by developing the physical foundation
    • of man was added; this gave rise to the first foundation of a nervous
    • speaking, the Moon's foundation consisted of a mass resembling a mash
    • whole foundation of the Moon was therefore of vegetable nature.
    • walked over such a peaty ground or vegetable foundation, and.
    • this whole foundation, and above them, in the Moon's environment
    • mistletoe arise out of this foundation.
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    • This document, literally crumbling in your hand when it was found,
    • first foundation of man's physical body was laid upon Saturn. The
    • grasped from a purely physical aspect and their first foundation
    • foundation of the eye, the ear, of every sense-organ and of all the
    • found to-day, are those which pertain to the mineral kingdom.
    • existed in the form which was the first foundation of his physical
    • space, formed the first foundation of that which developed later on
    • beginning implanted into the physical foundation of man's body the
    • foundation not been prepared at that time, so that now you are
    • earth; it decays, but it forms the foundation of a new plant. Thus
    • a new foundation and it became permeated with on etheric body.
    • conception of what lay at the foundation of this mystery, and no
    • preparatory stage upon Saturn by developing the physical foundation
    • of man was added; this gave rise to the first foundation of a nervous
    • speaking, the Moon's foundation consisted of a mass resembling a mash
    • whole foundation of the Moon was therefore of vegetable nature.
    • walked over such a peaty ground or vegetable foundation, and.
    • this whole foundation, and above them, in the Moon's environment
    • mistletoe arise out of this foundation.
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • [a] case resembling that of the boy who found his death under
    • exist in the spiritual world. They may, of course, also be found in
    • of Beings that can only be found in the spiritual world. Naturalism
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was found ...
    • [a] case resembling that of the boy who found his death under
    • exist in the spiritual world. They may, of course, also be found in
    • of Beings that can only be found in the spiritual world. Naturalism
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    • in him a profound wisdom. But there is no trace of this wisdom in the
    • sulphur-process — are nowhere to be found in this form in
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    • sulphur-process — are nowhere to be found in this form in
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    • realise what a profound significance his impulses must have for those
    • predestines him for this. This again has a profound influence upon
    • foundations.
    • anthroposophical foundation. When the more Pagan kind of souls,
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    • realise what a profound significance his impulses must have for those
    • predestines him for this. This again has a profound influence upon
    • foundations.
    • anthroposophical foundation. When the more Pagan kind of souls,
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    • These documents, literally crumbling in your hand when they were found,
    • experience a discord which leads to the profoundest consequences in
    • this, when a newly-founded Group is to be dedicated, it is indeed
    • never deny the facts found by scientific investigation, but will
    • all that you say of the Gospels, but what is the use of founding
    • rituals. Down there the first Christian communities are founded.
    • good spiritual forces that they may watch over this newly-founded
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    • These documents, literally crumbling in your hand when they were found,
    • experience a discord which leads to the profoundest consequences in
    • this, when a newly-founded Group is to be dedicated, it is indeed
    • never deny the facts found by scientific investigation, but will
    • all that you say of the Gospels, but what is the use of founding
    • rituals. Down there the first Christian communities are founded.
    • good spiritual forces that they may watch over this newly-founded
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • These documents, literally crumbling in your hand when they were found,
    • cartilaginosity of the abdomen. It is a name that the Greeks found
    • last remains of that knowledge may be found at the time when the
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha could be found in Europe. But these
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    • These documents, literally crumbling in your hand when they were found,
    • cartilaginosity of the abdomen. It is a name that the Greeks found
    • last remains of that knowledge may be found at the time when the
    • of the Mystery of Golgotha could be found in Europe. But these
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    • founded. He also referred to articles in a Roman Catholic periodical,
    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • human reason does not unfold on bodily foundations; it unfolds in
    • hence they found Anthroposophy more opportune than some other form of
    • curiosity. People are so ready to confound curiosity with interest.
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    • that it must be founded upon confidence, in the sense
    • human reason does not unfold on bodily foundations; it unfolds in
    • hence they found Anthroposophy more opportune than some other form of
    • curiosity. People are so ready to confound curiosity with interest.
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    • knowledge of the Spiritual lay at the foundation of all ancient
    • start from a broad basis whereon can be found a large number of
    • the world, can be found by men when they become spiritual
    • I went on to say that the Anthroposophical Movement is founded upon
    • that a path suited to them should be found, leading to the spiritual
    • that I am not the founder of this Movement, and I rely upon
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • but I had no part whatever in the founding of this Movement. It is a
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophy should not be looked upon as the founder of this
    • founded at Dornach in the Goetheanum and by the Goetheanum. For that
    • be able to see that those who have once found their way into the
    • is needed, because it is a profound necessity, a hand was extended to
    • aid in founding it. Matters will therefore go on in the right way if
    • sense that Anthroposophy has not founded this Movement for Religious
    • Renewal but that it has founded itself.
    • founding of the Movement for Religious Renewal, for only under these
    • that they can be found in the natural way, and there they must be
    • lent a hand towards founding this Movement for Religious Renewal. It
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    • knowledge of the Spiritual lay at the foundation of all ancient
    • start from a broad basis whereon can be found a large number of
    • the world, can be found by men when they become spiritual
    • I went on to say that the Anthroposophical Movement is founded upon
    • that a path suited to them should be found, leading to the spiritual
    • that I am not the founder of this Movement, and I rely upon
    • to found this Movement for Religious Renewal I have given the
    • The Movement for Religious Renewal, therefore, was founded
    • but I had no part whatever in the founding of this Movement. It is a
    • founded out of itself (not out of the Anthroposophical
    • Anthroposophy should not be looked upon as the founder of this
    • founded at Dornach in the Goetheanum and by the Goetheanum. For that
    • be able to see that those who have once found their way into the
    • is needed, because it is a profound necessity, a hand was extended to
    • aid in founding it. Matters will therefore go on in the right way if
    • sense that Anthroposophy has not founded this Movement for Religious
    • Renewal but that it has founded itself.
    • founding of the Movement for Religious Renewal, for only under these
    • that they can be found in the natural way, and there they must be
    • lent a hand towards founding this Movement for Religious Renewal. It
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  • Title: Lecture: The Ego-consciousness of the So-called Dead
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    • contemplate him so that we first take, as a foundation, his physical
    • stand upon the foundation of ordinary science, in the usual
    • Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs which we now
    • with that part which, here on earth, lies at the foundation of our
    • spiritually, at the foundation of our head, so that we are able to
    • painting may even be found here in Leipzig; but people do not go
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    • contemplate him so that we first take, as a foundation, his physical
    • stand upon the foundation of ordinary science, in the usual
    • Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs which we now
    • with that part which, here on earth, lies at the foundation of our
    • spiritually, at the foundation of our head, so that we are able to
    • painting may even be found here in Leipzig; but people do not go
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    • in the part where Sampo is lost and found again: it is, as it were,
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    • in the part where Sampo is lost and found again: it is, as it were,
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    • other religions so with Christianity too we find its foundations in
    • Mysteries and they found their expression in Greek sculpture. There
    • the very foundation of Christianity.
    • We have here to do with something founded by Saint Paul himself,
    • All other founders of religion could say of themselves: “I am the
    • most profound which has ever been brought to mankind.
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    • other religions so with Christianity too we find its foundations in
    • Mysteries and they found their expression in Greek sculpture. There
    • the very foundation of Christianity.
    • We have here to do with something founded by Saint Paul himself,
    • All other founders of religion could say of themselves: “I am the
    • most profound which has ever been brought to mankind.
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    • from the deepest and most profound insight. Stories of such beings as
    • this profound passage becomes comprehensible to us in the light of
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    • this profound passage becomes comprehensible to us in the light of
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    • into account as a factor in the founding of the Anthroposophical
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • about. You cannot carry on a pre-conceived campaign to found a thing
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
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    • into account as a factor in the founding of the Anthroposophical
    • Society into being. The Society wasn't really founded; it just came
    • about. You cannot carry on a pre-conceived campaign to found a thing
    • Unfounded personal slander, which sometimes goes so far that the
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    • humility is hardly to be found.
    • regarding any matter. But the world is profound; and all that is connected
    • with the hidden things of the world is also profound. Because of this belief
    • most profound problems of the world; and when these mysteries are mentioned
    • human soul is not to be found on the path followed by the methods of thought
    • our souls from the whole essence of Spiritual Science and what is to be found
    • readers, is founded the secret of the daily press as it exists today. Most
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    • humility is hardly to be found.
    • regarding any matter. But the world is profound; and all that is connected
    • with the hidden things of the world is also profound. Because of this belief
    • most profound problems of the world; and when these mysteries are mentioned
    • human soul is not to be found on the path followed by the methods of thought
    • our souls from the whole essence of Spiritual Science and what is to be found
    • readers, is founded the secret of the daily press as it exists today. Most
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    • the deeper foundations in these matters, and this knowledge has to be
    • for the causes in the irregularities to be found there. The question
    • period, where we found that there was nothing in existence apart from
    • For everything belonging to the plants and minerals has a profound
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    • We can glimpse from this the deeper foundations of astrology. But we
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    • count those that form the foundation of these, namely the physical
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    • strongly as it can that a high level of intelligence is to be found
    • because people cannot read such profound writings today, they are too
    • healthy laughter, is found in someone as an end in itself, as
    • always unfounded egoism. That is why it is so moving when Homer says
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    • actually found them, the group souls around the North Pole. If they
    • North Pole, we should have found a spiritualising of the earth
    • of the ego, the consciousness of Self, the foundations of which were
    • the souls looked, they found a different possibility for developing
    • possible shade of skin colour. Look at the colours to be found in
    • found the peoples that did not descend right into physical bodies but
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    • He had to receive the foundation for this, however, and if the gods
    • had not provided this foundation for him in the first place, he would
    • this laying of a good foundation.
    • connections into which he is placed so as to form the foundation for
    • the Holy Spirit, he had first to be given the foundation, as is the
    • case for all creation out of nothingness. This foundation was given
    • the greatest, most profound foundation. If man becomes such that he
    • esotericism is connected with the profoundest thought in the whole of
    • foundation. My ancient heritage will in no way hinder me from
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    • its influence. St. Paul's profound esoteric knowledge exemplified in
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    • foundation of the German Section of the Theosophical Society. Anyone
    • profound moral significance of the super-sensible truths pertaining to
    • Norbert [St. Norbert, c. 1085–1134. In 1121 founded the
    • founded a religious Order in the West. Before the idea of
    • founding the Order came to him, Norbert was a loose-living man, full
    • contained in the lightning. It was then that he founded his Order,
    • of its founder, in many respects it did good at the time. Such
    • understand the foundation of the legend that has grown up in
    • either be built on the foundations of spiritual knowledge — or
    • death in a favourable or an unfavourable way. It will be found that
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    • found that they differ greatly in the Mercury sphere. A clear
    • religion among them did not do so, but instead founded a second
    • bound blood to blood and were a determining factor in the founding of
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    • day the girl found a pearl, thereby becoming the possessor of great
    • treasure, the pearl she had found.
    • life, it will now be shown how reliable and well-founded are the
    • matter of recognising the confirmations which can actually be found
    • research lack any real foundation, this is only a sign that he has
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    • profoundly significant words to express this fact. It is one of the
    • BC. and was the founder of logic, of the art of judgement; he himself
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    • Earth is the deed of Gautama Buddha, the founder of a different
    • Today, because of the profound significance of the
    • order that the way can be found from a natural scientific view of the
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    • lectures is already to be found in the book
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    • its influence. St. Paul's profound esoteric knowledge exemplified in
    • well founded, but on the other hand it will also be evident that in
    • he could be endowed with the germinal foundation for the ‘I’,
    • astral body from the Spirits of Movement, and the germinal foundation
    • was rooted in profound esotericism. It was not possible for him
    • very presentation was based upon profound esoteric knowledge. We
    • lived, say, six or seven thousand years before the founding of
    • second Adam, the spiritual Adam. It is a profound truth that Paul
    • such a way that they become the foundation of the sense for freedom
    • between two chairs! The truth cannot be found by a one-sided adoption
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    • found in the outside world but within man himself. Let us recall what
    • first foundation was laid during the Old Saturn period; during the
    • Old Sun period the etheric body was woven into this foundation;
    • within us the transformed Saturn foundation, the transformed Sun and
    • by minds adequately prepared, are indicated in words to be found in
    • possible foundations for this attitude in their next incarnation —
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    • theoretical materialism are still to be found in certain circles.
    • by a seer? It is found that these were morose, hypochondriacal
    • always found it difficult to establish any relation with their
    • previous life; on medical examination they would have been found to
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    • region the soul must be able to lay the foundation for a new
    • today. It is good that on the basis of what can already be found in
    • something that is founded in the depths of the Cosmos, that does
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    • foundation of anthroposophically orientated Spiritual Science is laid
    • found it necessary to have the notes regulated. He entrusted this
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    • over to externals; we will draw on the old tradition as found in
    • philosophy in its much profounder form, struggled to bring all the
    • explanation of the deepening of thought at that time be found. Only
    • what else we are — is to be found. In the very moment when one
    • that the root causes of this are a profound enigma. You must seek in
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    • studies how these powers would have found an abode in human souls —
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    • who contributed in one way or another to the founding of
    • who at that time founded the Zarathustrian spiritual stream and then
    • influences, the souls descending from the planets would have found no
    • of St. George vanquishing the Dragon which are found in the records
    • Many towns founded by the Greeks as colonies were named
    • Apollo, for whom a kind of confederation was founded later on.
    • the course of later time human souls would not have found bodies in
    • who had taken part in the evolution of the Ego would never have found
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    • of the Greek Apollo we found an echo of what had taken place at the
    • The profound difference between the Greek and the Hebrew
    • clouds and found his kingdom on Earth. The distinctive inner
    • commandment. The form of commandment found in the Decalogue is
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    • Holy Vessel — where is it to be found? That was the question.
    • Parsifal's arrival at the Castle is to be found in Chrestien de
    • questions in the morning, but when morning came he found the whole
    • nobody was there. He got dressed, and downstairs he found his horse
    • Castle moat. And he found no trace of the company he had encountered
    • Where, then, is the Grail, which today must be found in
    • found? Now in the course of my researches it had been shown to me
    • gold-gleaming vessel in its reality is to be found, so that through
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    • I have said that the stellar script is to be found in
    • the Grail is to be found through the stellar script, not the Grail
    • sickle; and there, in occult writing, is to be found the name of
    • nature and in the gifts of Grace. This harmony is found both in
    • found. Anyone who attempted it was bound to suffer pain. And since
    • to be found who had remained untouched by the controversies in the
    • that the place of Prester John is not to be found on Earth.
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    • what on all sides of life presents, proof is found everywhere of what
    • anyone can verify, for it is to be found in literature. For all our
    • distinctly. She found the fervent and heartfelt way he preached most
    • is possible only after evolving the clairvoyant powers found when he
    • conscious life of the soul — all this may be found in a book I
    • penetrate the depths where we find the spiritual external foundations
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    • what on all sides of life presents, proof is found everywhere of what
    • anyone can verify, for it is to be found in literature. For all our
    • distinctly. She found the fervent and heartfelt way he preached most
    • is possible only after evolving the clairvoyant powers found when he
    • conscious life of the soul — all this may be found in a book I
    • penetrate the depths where we find the spiritual external foundations
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    • is no more to be found in our field of vision. We can only find the
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • part, for we found it still ensheathed in the sensible. Nor in the
    • will have found that four periods in the development
    • transition is found from a very remarkable ancient thinking to what
    • a watery temperament; Heraclitus founded the fire-philosophy because
    • must be found for the idea that what is created inwardly also exists
    • A race of err-ant gods has found existence
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    • is no more to be found in our field of vision. We can only find the
    • the laws underlying the foundation of the physical body we must look
    • part, for we found it still ensheathed in the sensible. Nor in the
    • will have found that four periods in the development
    • transition is found from a very remarkable ancient thinking to what
    • a watery temperament; Heraclitus founded the fire-philosophy because
    • must be found for the idea that what is created inwardly also exists
    • A race of err-ant gods has found existence
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    • certain deeper foundations of world-mysteries of which in modern
    • him during the night. And many a one who has found a better solution
    • possession and therewith he acquired the sure foundation of his
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    • certain deeper foundations of world-mysteries of which in modern
    • him during the night. And many a one who has found a better solution
    • possession and therewith he acquired the sure foundation of his
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Position in the Cosmic Whole, the Platonic World-Year
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    • found at the same place, but that it advances. It advances along that
    • the foundation of these signs, so that the calendars still indicate
    • lies at the foundation of the rhythm of the sun's course.
    • foundation of all the laws which come from spiritual science, because
    • found in the human being, for his capacity of freedom, his degree of
    • be found in every encyclopædia, we shall only require a.
    • be found from out our ordinary science.
    • arose, and even to-day this fact lies at the foundation of things and
    • the foundation of the things which I have now indicated, you would
    • found in Switzerland. If you are Italian, you may hear your
    • must lie at the foundation of our consideration's, if we wish to
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    • found at the same place, but that it advances. It advances along that
    • the foundation of these signs, so that the calendars still indicate
    • lies at the foundation of the rhythm of the sun's course.
    • foundation of all the laws which come from spiritual science, because
    • found in the human being, for his capacity of freedom, his degree of
    • be found in every encyclopædia, we shall only require a.
    • be found from out our ordinary science.
    • arose, and even to-day this fact lies at the foundation of things and
    • the foundation of the things which I have now indicated, you would
    • found in Switzerland. If you are Italian, you may hear your
    • must lie at the foundation of our consideration's, if we wish to
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    • founded. It has no such wish. It wishes to arise today as a necessary
    • various hypotheses — with the foundations laid by geology,
    • border where the spiritual world breaks in; this is not to be found
    • this image is well-founded from a natural scientific point of view is
    • well-founded hypotheses: he describes how one day after millions of
    • years according to these alterations. We get just as well-founded a
    • leave my footprints. These footprints are found by someone else, who
    • far-reaching, for they are found only when an individual progresses
    • makes death the foundation, just as physical investigation is based
    • foundation is the ground. In the spiritual world the consciousness
    • after death has different foundations, but it is definitely a
    • acquired. This knowledge has profound significance for the human
    • spiritual world between death and a new birth is founded on what
    • paradoxical here, but it is based on good foundations
    • today, the results of those who wish to lay the foundation for the
    • for which only spiritual science can provide the foundation. This is
    • foundations of a grasp of reality as Goethe wanted it.
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    • founding of societies based purely on the spiritual is already a task
    • found a society such as the Anthroposophical Society? Why does one
    • and profound significance to have insight into the connection between
    • are brought together with the facts that lie at their foundation.
    • foundation that are not merely functional. In order to understand
    • Columban and his pupil Gallus, who founded the city where I am
    • Things have deep foundations, and knowledge is necessary today, not
    • movement is today, it nevertheless found its way to the surface. And
    • an understanding of spiritual concepts have already found the
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    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • than Plato when he explains Plato to his pupils! Hebbel, the profound
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    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • karma-foundation of their preceding lives could not have been
    • than Plato when he explains Plato to his pupils! Hebbel, the profound
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    • sympathy. No, sympathies of all sorts and kinds can be found there.
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    • sympathy. No, sympathies of all sorts and kinds can be found there.
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    • gain insight into that spiritual foundation of nature which external
    • earthen nature has as its foundation an elemental spirituality.
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    • gain insight into that spiritual foundation of nature which external
    • earthen nature has as its foundation an elemental spirituality.
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    • take, as a foundation, his physical body which we learn to know
    • Of course, those who stand upon the foundation of
    • period, during the Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs
    • at the foundation of our physical body in the form of super-sensible
    • order to mould that which lies, spiritually, at the foundation of
    • Probably such a painting may even be found here in
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    • take, as a foundation, his physical body which we learn to know
    • Of course, those who stand upon the foundation of
    • period, during the Moon existence, the foundation of the inner organs
    • at the foundation of our physical body in the form of super-sensible
    • order to mould that which lies, spiritually, at the foundation of
    • Probably such a painting may even be found here in
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    • foundations. How well founded these things are, that must be spoken
    • world in which the dead are to be found — precisely then, when
    • The warmth which is to be found in the earth, is, in
    • consciousness which death has founded in us.
    • always be found. But when these scientists approach feeling and the
    • process is to be found, and that thought and sensation are bound to
    • found by the ordinary science. Indeed, it is natural science itself,
    • in everything and how its fragments can be found in all the
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    • foundations. How well founded these things are, that must be spoken
    • world in which the dead are to be found — precisely then, when
    • The warmth which is to be found in the earth, is, in
    • consciousness which death has founded in us.
    • always be found. But when these scientists approach feeling and the
    • process is to be found, and that thought and sensation are bound to
    • found by the ordinary science. Indeed, it is natural science itself,
    • in everything and how its fragments can be found in all the
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    • Rishis is perhaps nowhere to be found today. At certain times an
    • foundation of actual geological facts. Suess is not guided in his
    • traces of this process are found. Great segments of the earth's crust
    • found in connection with reincarnation and karma. Only it will be
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    • Rishis is perhaps nowhere to be found today. At certain times an
    • foundation of actual geological facts. Suess is not guided in his
    • traces of this process are found. Great segments of the earth's crust
    • found in connection with reincarnation and karma. Only it will be
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    • alongside of other courses. On Sun are found seven Elohim or
    • Before the Celtic archangel found his centre for the Grail, the
    • Scandinavian had found his centre above the earth near
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    • etc. I was able to build upon this foundation because my hearers
    • foundation for a true psychology of the various folk-characters. With
    • reality is placed at the foundation of the development of the
    • relations, whereas without this foundation there is no true knowledge
    • on this subject. One must seek a foundation for the psychology of
    • present time it will be found that what was then said throws a great
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    • profound truths of spiritual science. I therefore request those of
    • the foundations of a people, out of the spirit of the various
    • of homelessness has been attained, the way may be found back to the
    • developing as Spirit-self or Manas very little can be found in man
    • prototype; and that which is to be found in the spiritual-soul is in
    • to form the first foundations of his physical body, then those of his
    • age certain things of which the foundations were laid in ancient
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    • A similar co-operation is however to be found in yet
    • influence of the abnormal Spirit of Personality are also to be found
    • the North American people, there you have a people absolutely founded
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    • In the spiritual-soul is first to be found that which is
    • domain in which is to be found the sphere of consciousness of the
    • the Dutch people split away from the foundations which it had in
    • together, just as we have found a domain in which the normal and
    • these a foundation is created for what arises out of them. If we then
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    • and at the foundations from which the several peoples spring, we must
    • which he is to be found somewhere about his twentieth year. All that
    • earth's surface; and thus were the foundations laid for the
    • a profound mystery. It expresses the mystery which shows us how the
    • foundations were laid which made it possible for a Plato to arise.
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    • lay a foundation by acquiring an understanding of the Hierarchies, to
    • to be fulfilled, or man could not have received the foundations of
    • period, in order on the one hand to lay the foundation of the etheric
    • to lay the foundation — through the continued operation of the
    • foundations, into which we have glanced a little to-day, appear in
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    • that in which Moon for the time being is to be found. This is also
    • Thus were the great foundations of the races created,
    • of Form to be found in Mercury. He intervenes by co-operating with
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    • foundations of these races, others were sent afterwards to those
    • ruling class of that land and laid the foundations of the first
    • is only unity, a Monon at the foundation of the world. Monism or
    • have the task of analyzing the foundations of the world and thus to
    • be found in Western Europe, and there the inspiration was given by
    • Celtic Archangel had founded a new Centre in the noble citadel of the
    • indicated, in how far he has the foundations for a Spirit of the Age.
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    • advanced human beings passed into Indian territory and there founded
    • the Persian civilization was founded, then the
    • another. For instance, the men who in old India founded the ancient
    • it was as though he found the spiritual contents of the world spread
    • to be found in Greek mythology had been forgotten by the Persians and
    • giving him what were to become his soul forces, and he found there as
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    • clairvoyance then still to be found in humanity, were transposed
    • mythology, there is not always to be found an equally clear
    • of the Ahrimanic influence is not to be found there in the same way;
    • that is only to be found where spiritual science has been taught.
    • that are to be found in the sphere of inner vision. They therefore
    • come across such a clear and profound knowledge of the fact that
    • like of which cannot be found, because no other mythology adheres so
    • That is the profound utterance of John the Baptist.
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    • foundation, a basis, to work from. For we shall deal with the nature
    • surface as was necessary to form a foundation for the whole culture
    • which has worked its way up out of the foundations of all that lies
    • places the ego among other egos. It was able to found the whole
    • from the founding of the external constitutional form. The union of
    • founding of the parliamentary forms of government at once becomes
    • culture which for its foundation and development works out the other
    • which we have so often found in the Persian mythology; it has the
    • to be found in the world of the East. By means of these feelings this
    • the ground of Spiritual Science that a comprehension can be found of
    • what is so profoundly understood by Solovioff in the sentence, ‘In
    • these things. We shall work further on the foundations of these
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    • still found it among the South Germanic peoples at the time when he
    • in the Germanic North the best conditions are to be found for the
    • the etheric body are developed will be found in increasing numbers,
    • found by Initiates. Humanity is growing into that world in order to
    • St. Paul saw as the living Christ Who is to be found in the etheric
    • schools, a truth which to-day must be found especially in the domain
    • be seen from the fact that a picture has been found in the vicinity
    • influence of a founder of religion belonging to one particular
    • Mystery will be found to correspond to the truth.
    • I have found that many of those who have accompanied us
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    • science, but able to provide a true foundation for artistic creation, if man
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    • science, but able to provide a true foundation for artistic creation, if man
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    • Rudolf Steiner's works in the original German will be found at the
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    • already laid down. During the Sun embodiment the foundation of the
    • its uttermost depths, everything associated most profoundly with the
    • and Plato, as Christians who lived before the founding of
    • powers won back for our souls a community of Love can be founded
    • Mystery of Golgotha the human soul has found what it had lost from
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    • found a Path”) lives in the immense cosmic tableau that is like
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    • “death and immortality” which are to be found in Paul's
    • the man's guilt cannot be found in the Akashic Record.
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    • be found in the world, or in the certainty that he must himself pass
    • friends, from a heart profoundly moved I utter these words: “In
    • person in question has found a connection with Christ, that he wants
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    • core of a mutual help which is founded on an all embracing love for
    • View seems to go against what people have found recently. In certain
    • especially with Nietzsche. It can be found again in established
    • old ways of life in which people found their freedom in brotherly,
    • foundations for the practical arts. A materialistic way of life
    • It is the task of the future to found again
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    • core of a mutual help which is founded on an all embracing love for
    • View seems to go against what people have found recently. In certain
    • especially with Nietzsche. It can be found again in established
    • old ways of life in which people found their freedom in brotherly,
    • foundations for the practical arts. A materialistic way of life
    • It is the task of the future to found again
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    • the inner being of man. We must found that which is really man's true
    • East through an outer wisdom found their way to the crib.
    • The way must be found again to the Christmas Mystery. We
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    • This can show us how profound was the connection between
    • The Egyptian myth is founded upon the story of Osiris — how he
    • found again and is able hereafter to continue his activity in a new
    • found again. We cannot imagine that mankind could lose the Sun-Being,
    • Nile, who must be found again by Isis, in order that his body, cut
    • world's order cannot be found in their movements.
    • be found in its later form among the Gnostics, and which the early
    • find Isis, and when we have found her, we must learn how to place out
    • acquired through the newly-found Isis, so that the whole heavens
    • through the newly-found power of Isis, which is now become the power
    • Lucifer. It no longer sees into the spiritual foundations of
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    • more profound. External perception has itself descended from what was
    • this threefoldness of the social organism. It is only profound
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    • perceptions of the senses. They founded teachings based entirely
    • world in which the human being is not to be found — these have
    • the Economic Council to deal with the material foundations of the
    • This ‘Cultural Council’ was founded a year
    • festival, at a place where nothing in the old style is to be found.
    • mind today. When the ‘Futurum Company’ was founded here
    • unfold these powers out of the deepest foundations of their being —
    • deepest foundations. This birth should hover before us — the
    • the Wise Men from the East; from its very foundations we must
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    • connection in which these words are found in Troxler's work, and the
    • placing it at the foundation of his view of nature, which he
    • to be found in literature which is called theosophical. I know that
    • Gœthe on this subject was found.” Such is our
    • will be found. But this was found by me as long ago as 1891. In the
    • for 1790 R. Steiner found the following
    • similar things which I found, I was able to write in 1897 in my book,
    • In this booklet it has been pointed out how unfounded is all
    • are often made in such an unfounded manner upon spiritual science
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    • building, but unhealthy mysticism or such like is found. Yet in spite
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    • foundation of my own, independent method of research.
    • it, until it was there found heretical and turned out; and what had
    • a.d. True, resemblances may be found between
    • speak intelligibly about the ways and means found by spiritual science
    • researches. The method of research in spiritual science is founded on
    • is said that spiritual science is founded on what is to be attained
    • Gates of Knowledge, directions are to be found as to what must be
    • also to be found described in the above-named books. Through this
    • world is experienced with the senses. A second human being is found in
    • man in this way, as oxygen is found in water by the methods of natural
    • foundations of spiritual research. We arrive at leaving the body with
    • profoundest peace, and in complete harmony within the circle of the
    • belief be in any way lessened by what is found in spiritual science.
    • be found through spiritual science.
    • foundations, by any religious denomination. Only, in this very domain,
    • context, it will be found that, for instance, I never uttered such
    • think of the fact that nothing about repeated earth-lives is found in
    • versed in the culture of his time who could say that he found a
    • because nothing can be found therein about reincarnation,
    • found especially bad. Near the building with two domes stands a
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    • the founding of Christianity and in which many sublime cosmic
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    • frescoes had been painted by his predecessors; he found the sort of
    • picture; they found that the door which led from the kitchen into the
    • finally he found no model for Judas he could always use the Prior
    • found wonderfully described in this work of Leonardo. If we find in
    • contrast between what he realized as the primeval foundations of
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    • picture; they found that the door which led from the kitchen into the
    • finally he found no model for Judas he could always use the Prior
    • found wonderfully described in this work of Leonardo. If we find in
    • contrast between what he realized as the primeval foundations of
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    • astral plane; on that plane is found the lion ego, the tiger ego, the
    • egos are to be found. The astral plane is populated by beings who are
    • its group ego is to be found. The earth itself is the outward
    • spiritual science leads us into the spiritual foundations of
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    • astral plane; on that plane is found the lion ego, the tiger ego, the
    • egos are to be found. The astral plane is populated by beings who are
    • its group ego is to be found. The earth itself is the outward
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    • descended, they found the bearers very different. Many were
    • stationary at that point. Paracelsus uttered the profound words: If
    • There is only to be found the reflection of the soul, the mirror
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    • descended, they found the bearers very different. Many were
    • stationary at that point. Paracelsus uttered the profound words: If
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    • still outside. The ego is thus to be found in front of each one. This
    • sight would have offered itself to the observer. One would have found
    • and working it over, you would have found the third class of people,
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    • still outside. The ego is thus to be found in front of each one. This
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    • and working it over, you would have found the third class of people,
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    • that in exploring modern science he found every kind of investigation
    • world, whereas he found nothing in science itself concerning the
    • every heart. Tolstoi said that above all he found nothing whatever
    • world stand on a footing that gives no foundation for those points of
    • must see something which, as the solid foundation of the whole earth
    • appear in such a way that what forms the foundation of the spiritual
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    • that in exploring modern science he found every kind of investigation
    • world, whereas he found nothing in science itself concerning the
    • every heart. Tolstoi said that above all he found nothing whatever
    • world stand on a footing that gives no foundation for those points of
    • must see something which, as the solid foundation of the whole earth
    • appear in such a way that what forms the foundation of the spiritual
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    • or have some particular mood, he found it necessary to know the
    • same spirit which we have found in his sculpture and painting. The
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
    • of life is to be found when we observe repeated earth lives and transfer
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    • into the basic ideas and forms which are to be found in the
    • or have some particular mood, he found it necessary to know the
    • same spirit which we have found in his sculpture and painting. The
    • soul is to be found within the human ego as Anthroposophy teaches, in
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    • founders of the religions and modern spiritual science of the
    • the death of a friend (Christian Morgenstern): The founders of the
    • The great founders of the
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    • founders of the religions and modern spiritual science of the
    • founders of our religions handed down images not based on the
    • education of the human race undertaken by the founders of our
    • world after death. The founders of our religions wanted to be certain
    • meant to come of age, as it were. Religious founders will no longer
    • ideas of the ancient founders of religions. But humanity must come of
    • age and what the founders of religions provided for our faith must be
    • emphasize that when we speak of the old religious founders we are not
    • through him. The ancient religious founders were in a sense teachers,
    • following the religious founders, as in earlier times. And although
    • principle to the one used by the ancient religious founders. Their
    • their religious founders and modern people who are willing to
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    • This person not only developed a profound and warm-hearted interest
    • perception of a pentagram. Then we found that although we had asked
    • inwardly. It can give us foundations for our judgment so that we are
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    • the death of a friend (Christian Morgenstern): The founders of the
    • Various founders of
    • religious founders was to offer people ideas about the super-sensible
    • crippled. The founders of our religions provided ideas that met the
    • the spiritual world through our souls. The ancient founders of our
    • profound thinking underlying the building that is growing outside on
    • the external authority that supported the founders of religions; we
    • Society must have a profound inner knowledge of the mission of true
    • clairvoyant psychic forces, but then found here a captive audience
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    • in the early stages of spiritual science, but also a profound
    • profound poet, he had quickly found his way into the anthroposophical
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    • matters must be based on the same foundations as the study of nature
    • can call these processes, provides the foundation for spiritual
    • I found out that in my case
    • this spiritual eye for clairvoyant thinking, has found that this eye
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    • The great founders of the religions
    • The founders of our
    • That is why the founders of
    • comparison with the foundations of spiritual science, these ideals
    • power came from the founders of our religions. They were thoughts of
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    • happiness to life on earth. Hamerling found it impossible to speak of
    • soul until he found the poetic form for the personality of Ahasver.
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    • profound natural scientific research seeks to attain its final
    • to speak, from what is found scattered among the ancestors. Anyone
    • even more delicate attributes are to be found in the outer form. If
    • springing from a profound perception of human nature, has been handed
    • found to hold a special interest must be kept in mind. And whatever
    • found, with the forces which the child has. He will not be able to
    • means of such true life wisdom we create social foundations, and that
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    • profound natural scientific research seeks to attain its final
    • to speak, from what is found scattered among the ancestors. Anyone
    • even more delicate attributes are to be found in the outer form. If
    • springing from a profound perception of human nature, has been handed
    • found to hold a special interest must be kept in mind. And whatever
    • found, with the forces which the child has. He will not be able to
    • means of such true life wisdom we create social foundations, and that
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    • is said: this particular sentence is already to be found here, this
    • When the true foundations of these matters are
    • experiences in its deepest foundations when, lingering in this
    • The painting, too, that will be found in the Building
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    • is said: this particular sentence is already to be found here, this
    • When the true foundations of these matters are
    • experiences in its deepest foundations when, lingering in this
    • The painting, too, that will be found in the Building
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    • large numbers of Europeans founded colonies and exterminated or at
    • but abstractions when their spiritual foundations are ignored.
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    • large numbers of Europeans founded colonies and exterminated or at
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    • manifold reasons for the founding of this spiritual movement is one
    • founded; it guarded and preserved the occult secrets in their form
    • the gas was a transparent and clear foundation from out of which
    • foundation, the world origin, from out of which all beings are
    • original foundation. Then it became cloudy; the seeds were formed;
    • beautiful things that are found in the works of these great men, he
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    • manifold reasons for the founding of this spiritual movement is one
    • founded; it guarded and preserved the occult secrets in their form
    • the gas was a transparent and clear foundation from out of which
    • foundation, the world origin, from out of which all beings are
    • original foundation. Then it became cloudy; the seeds were formed;
    • beautiful things that are found in the works of these great men, he
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    • falsehood. This feeling may be found in great men and in
    • could not remember any real lie which he had told. Also Goethe found
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    • could not remember any real lie which he had told. Also Goethe found
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    • right foundation, call themselves “Egyptian Lodges.” This
    • An echo of this may still be found among the ancient Hebrews, where
    • Now that you are able to understand this upon a deeper foundation,
    • facts lying at the foundation of these things. During the epoch
    • truly objective foundation of human evolution always rebounds, flies
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    • right foundation, call themselves “Egyptian Lodges.” This
    • An echo of this may still be found among the ancient Hebrews, where
    • Now that you are able to understand this upon a deeper foundation,
    • facts lying at the foundation of these things. During the epoch
    • truly objective foundation of human evolution always rebounds, flies
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    • have, to begin with, the force which lies at the foundation of
    • connection. The first foundation of man's physical body arose
    • Moon stage of development arose the first foundation of the
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • activity which lies at the foundation of thinking is part of
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    • have, to begin with, the force which lies at the foundation of
    • connection. The first foundation of man's physical body arose
    • Moon stage of development arose the first foundation of the
    • foundation of memory, began to form part of man's structure
    • activity which lies at the foundation of thinking is part of
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    • things, built upon different foundations. The public writings are the
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    • sense, begun again only a month or two before with the solemn Foundation
    • as a supplement or complement to what is to be found in
    • found in the books and lecture-cycles and perhaps especially in the
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    • for it is more perfect than any other form. to be found on earth. There,
    • must be preserving it therefrom. Yet my own being is nowhere to be found
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    • we found yesterday, we see, on the one hand, the human physical body,
    • is not to be found — to begin with — in anything similar in
    • be found in the world of space; but they enter space when we produce
    • man (red). Everywhere around me I have what we found to be the second
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    • him in their stirring, yet profound, way, one comes to understand, even
    • Anthroposophical Knowledge from its foundations. You may regard the
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    • joy in life, no firm foundation, no security. With the form man's thinking
    • existence — into Reality. This way is only to be found in what
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    • composition that we discern in man is also found in the external world.
    • and other compounds found outside of man, and he investigates what the
    • it was than when in the water, and exclaimed: Eureka! I have found
    • however, all these conditions are found to be quite different from what
    • Here the connection between the moral and the physical is first found.
    • It cannot be found by merely studying the present world of Nature and
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    • it actually is, not altering it in his dreams, will be found to be a
    • his journey at a town in South Germany. It was found later, when the
    • found himself in a casual ward in Berlin, where he had finally landed.
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    • In this way we lay the foundation of our destiny, of all that works
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    • himself to do without his physical body as the foundation of his
    • to some earthly experience, we felt this or that about it, found it
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    • found a foothold in the various civilized states of Europe and
    • eighty errors is to be found everything which implies a modern
    • one of the founders of Scholasticism, as Bishop of
    • up to that time had merely laid the foundations of a reputation by
    • Dzyan’ which Madame Blavatsky claims to have found in a cave in
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    • a planned society.” This sentence is to be found in an article
    • concluded. It is to be found in an article on the measures taken by
    • you remember when the Jesuit Order was founded, you will easily draw
    • the inference that the foundation of that Order is essentially
    • connected with the fact that some means had to be found to overcome
    • was Canisius, the immediate disciple of Ignatius Loyola, who founded
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    • foundation that is rooted in a real spiritual life, and not in mere
    • weeks in showing you how ill-founded are the modern laws of the
    • more profound say that one must raise oneself into the spiritual
    • world and leave the evil material world behind; a really profound
    • live in the higher world! But even these profound natures as well as
    • the less profound have children and have the notion that these
    • foundation of the Jesuit Order by Ignatius Loyola as a result of
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • caution, it will be found widely comprehensible.
    • healthy human understanding. Once the things found by clairvoyant
    • — cannot be found in the earlier periods of Greek history; only
    • found. Earlier periods did not have this feeling. Why was it that
    • be found in ancient Greece from a certain time onwards. It is
    • more thorough description — it can be found that many of those
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    • caution, it will be found widely comprehensible.
    • healthy human understanding. Once the things found by clairvoyant
    • — cannot be found in the earlier periods of Greek history; only
    • found. Earlier periods did not have this feeling. Why was it that
    • be found in ancient Greece from a certain time onwards. It is
    • more thorough description — it can be found that many of those
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    • problems will be found to the degree in which men are able to feel
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    • Now it will be found that the concepts “true”
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    • found that “true” comes to mean for us sound or healthy,
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    • Now it will be found that the concepts “true”
    • A certain clairvoyance will be found to enter into this
    • found that “true” comes to mean for us sound or healthy,
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    • important is not to found sects and societies with fixed programmes,
    • and more. And since good is to be found only in the overcoming of
    • for the fifth post-Atlantean epoch will be found in asserting the
    • today? Good intentions are to be found everywhere, so let us for the
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    • important is not to found sects and societies with fixed programmes,
    • and more. And since good is to be found only in the overcoming of
    • for the fifth post-Atlantean epoch will be found in asserting the
    • today? Good intentions are to be found everywhere, so let us for the
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    • is a thought-rhythm. But it is not a rhythm that can be found in a
    • within the spiritual, which lies at the foundation of each single
    • of which I have spoken. When these are experienced they are found to have
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
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    • is a thought-rhythm. But it is not a rhythm that can be found in a
    • within the spiritual, which lies at the foundation of each single
    • of which I have spoken. When these are experienced they are found to have
    • because thinking, which has gradually become strong and alive, has found
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    • He can be found by man only through the awakening of an inner power of
    • everything on the earth will have found its grave and when ideals and
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    • He can be found by man only through the awakening of an inner power of
    • everything on the earth will have found its grave and when ideals and
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • for the first time at such a meeting. In point of time, the foundation
    • a number of persons have now found themselves together who will be the
    • to what we have hitherto found by our methods.” Then they declared
    • unite on the basis of what we have founded in Dornach — the
    • are now coming before us, is a result of the Christmas Foundation
    • lines for this work at the close of the present lectures) the foundation
    • indications and foundations of work for those sixty individual farmers.
    • is here making itself felt is the foundation of a rather intimate mutual
    • I have invariably found it wiser, and I do so to-day. Far rather would
    • could listen to such things, for I have always found them extremely
    • I have found it very stupid. This is what we at Dornach are striving
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • example, we found that if we wished absolutely to prevent the possibility
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    • it is a question of the underlying basis? My statement was founded on
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • paragraph often sufficed to create the foundation for a farmer's
    • faults typically found in spiritual movements. I then asked, “How
    • scientific knowledge must have found its way into practical life by
    • found that one-sided mineral fertilising lowers the trace-element content
    • from which certain antibiotic drugs are derived. I have found that these
    • situation was found to exist in regard to soils. Analyses of available
    • greater than those found in tests of soils from adjoining fields, one
    • been found that the time of day or the season of the year influences
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • With profound thanks
    • one first possesses as a foundation a practical acquaintance with the
    • means to grow mangolds, potatoes and corn! Without this foundation
    • foundations. They look at a beetroot as a beetroot. No doubt it has
    • true foundation to the story I have often told in other circles. In
    • in this way, and then apply, what we have found, in practice.
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • Earth which is the foundation of all Agriculture.
    • account for earthly processes. These effects are found in what is
    • first place as to the geological foundation out of which it arises.
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • include another substance, of the profoundest importance for protein,
    • foundations of these things. Otherwise the danger is very great that
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    • must do so. This understanding must be found, precisely for the most
    • is founded on this perception.
    • an impression of the quantitative aspect: I always found, having first
    • take our start above all from man himself. Man is the foundation of
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    • by certain other things. Only in one case a substitute cannot be found,
    • found in the same way in any other plant.
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    • weed.” Most of the authors, I found, if they tried to define what
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    • not to be found in the tree. To understand the matter rightly, we must
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    • from his profound understanding of the material as well as spiritual
    • such distinctions also). On this distinction they found all manner of
    • wish to create the foundations for an understanding of the feeding-process,
    • only the foundation for manifold experiments, which will extend, no
    • in this way. Person who have nothing to say out of a real or well-founded
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    • the word in which all these letters are to be found. He is
    • a profound significance. The three higher principles of the
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    • a profound significance. The three higher principles of the
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    • great deal more is to be found in Wagner than is generally
    • indications of profound truths, deeply significant truths
    • He founds a kingdom that is quite remote from any such
    • found that the capacity for conscious suffering is a
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    • great deal more is to be found in Wagner than is generally
    • indications of profound truths, deeply significant truths
    • He founds a kingdom that is quite remote from any such
    • found that the capacity for conscious suffering is a
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    • Everything in the Zodiac symbols is immensely profound,
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    • Everything in the Zodiac symbols is immensely profound,
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    • beings found on the physical plane, but who are yet connected with it.
    • from their lips. These beings are likewise to be found within our astral
    • a certain respect are extraordinarily clever. These beings to be found
    • asylums. They are, moreover, almost always to be found near mediums
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    • as separate globes because scenes of action had to be found for the
    • blood. Thus what has recently been found in a Zurich laboratory is in
    • foundations which bring about what the physicist sees. We have not been
    • on the other hand the spiritual facts have been found by occult means,
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    • neared old Saturn you would have found nothing of hardened, or watery,
    • If you could have examined the Saturn-condition you would have found
    • evolution. I. have shown that the light laid the foundation of the nervous
    • cosmic music is albumen, protoplasm, the foundation of all living growth.
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    • therefore has begun as a religion, for humanity was founded on religion.
    • no longer exist? There will be no religion that is founded on mere faith.
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    • which found expression, on the one hand, in the civilizations of Babylon,
    • founded; it was sought through geometry to make the earth suited to
    • have been able to find such an expression as it found in Giordano Bruno,
    • their lives according to the spirit of the time, how they found states,
    • found sciences, cultivate their fields — everything of human origin,
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    • All these symbols have their true foundation in reality. These beings
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    • found at quite definite places, namely, where there is a certain contact
    • application, however; they are to be found only at spots where the contact
    • they really play a role. In fact they are not only to be found where
    • Ages when cities of the same type were founded over the whole of Europe.
    • built on other foundations.
    • truths, those that are found in the most inward way, are at the same
    • all truths, the arithmetical, geometrical, are found inwardly, and yet
    • truth being found by everyone for himself inwardly, harmony will prevail.
    • is to be found. They are quite shrewd too, full of a natural wisdom.
    • not the slightest idea. All these things are founded on good grounds
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    • circles and not only theoretically but as giving the foundation for
    • to be found in our environment — they are “spectres”
    • on a spiritual foundation, will again signify some-thing living for
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    • purely a reproduction of spiritual forces to be found in space, and
    • worlds. It is of profound importance when viewed as spiritual history
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    • matter of penetrating into the most profound relationships
    • Foundation Meeting should not really be passed on to any
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    • Asia — influenced by what lived and found expression
    • personalities, who found their way in course of time
    • personalities of whom I am now speaking, it was a profound
    • was to arise — the Spiritual Soul, which, if it found
    • would a man be sitting there, trying to lay the foundations
    • after all, is smouldering still at the very foundations of
    • earthly reality must be found once more.’
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    • found here in the physical world of sense. Here we have
    • foundations of consciousness. The people of today have so
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    • earth is to be found on the one hand by looking round about
    • found his way into the Anthroposophical Society. Moreover,
    • Foundation Meeting: — We must become ever more
    • from the Christmas Foundation Meeting — that we must
    • action of the Anthroposophical Society on the foundations
    • penetrate the spiritual foundations of anthroposophical
    • striving. If the Christmas Foundation Meeting is to be
    • thankfulness was transformed into something that found an
    • founded in the real essence of human life. Such a Movement
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    • other souls, who have also found their way into
    • of what I said at the Christmas Foundation Meeting, when I
    • had existed ever since the founding of Christianity —
    • was founded upon Earth,’ *
    • the Sun, where we had always found Him, but now we find Him
    • death they found themselves in a state of great uncertainty
    • not, they found themselves together again in that great
    • found themselves face to face with a great super-sensible
    • responded in a peculiar way. Not that they found themselves
    • Anthroposophy — to which they found themselves
    • It was as though they found themselves together again in
    • too, the foundation will be created for a right estimation
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    • foundations of this karma above all in the state of soul of
    • incarnations during the first centuries of the founding of
    • considering this incarnation we found that we must
    • significant common element, lying at the foundation of the
    • — though they already found a large number who were
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    • found a haven of refuge, if I may put it so, in isolated
    • flowed into a great poem in which it found as it were its
    • influences from the earth and from the cosmos are found in
    • unison with Christianity — had found a refuge.
    • found their way to the Anthroposophical Movement.
    • founded. Their purpose is, in one way or another and within
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    • Michael preceded the founding of Christianity, preceded the
    • founding of the philosophy of Aristotle.
    • Golgotha, it found the following expression. Out of the
    • found its culmination in what was then founded in
    • expression, the Intelligence was no longer to be found in
    • Intelligence had found its way from the cosmos to the earth
    • Rosicrucian School was founded. Ordinarily when one looks
    • strong courage and courageous strength must first be found.
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    • he found the Cosmic Intelligence, which had fallen away
    • — he found it again in the realm of mankind
    • Asiatic Alexandrianism, had found their way over into
    • ‘the Book of Nature,’ is to be found at the end
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    • what a profound significance his impulses must have for
    • again has a profound influence upon the karma of every
    • to its foundations.
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    • foundations of the soul. Now what is it that can bring us
    • materialism to its foundations. But as a rule he finds
    • foundations of existence, gives the human being such or
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    • found their way into Asia, returned from Asia and
    • see, at the foundation of it there lies a cosmic fact. You
    • founding of Christianity and the age of the Spiritual Soul,
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting, we will not be silent on
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    • Christ Being; that one must depend on the profoundest
    • founding of Christianity, we realize that in a certain
    • about the founding of Christianity and will only consider
    • first at Southern Europe, we find a profound spiritual
    • highly educated men who adopted the profound ideas which we
    • profound understanding of Christianity which lies in
    • have found its antithesis in modern materialism. What is it
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    • we know that the suffering is founded in karma. That was
    • these concepts in the profoundest sense in order to
    • what impulses have they nevertheless given! Their profound
    • thoughtless one passes over things which are profoundly
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    • Jesus is said to have been lost and he is found again
    • our times, understand the enormously profound experiences
    • it must have made a profound impression on those lamenting
    • when we recently laid the foundation stone of our building
    • observe how profound human misery can be. He had seen
    • Nazareth heard more profound things about the secrets which
    • This refers to the first Goetheanum, for which the foundation
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    • nevertheless, a profound and important teacher – the
    • respect. And he knew what profound words Hillel had spoken.
    • felt only her infinite love. So something of a profound
    • dwells, founded by the old gods and spirits – they
    • are old. I want to found a new kingdom; I will give you
    • resist them. He found the strength which man needs to find
    • a deep impression on him. Everywhere he found the people
    • profound pain came over him in the last year due to being
    • profound things from my unpublished lecture cycles. One
    • laying of the foundation stone of our building know how
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    • method are found throughout Steiner's work. They include, among other
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    • for Christianity. What is found in the Gospels is the new good tidings,
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    • the opening of the sixth seal were also to be found at that time in
    • planets come from the spirits of the seven planets found around the
    • descended from the womb of God it found a human animal on earth. These
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    • records concerning initiation. And the Apocalypse is the profoundest
    • they were permitted to learn the teachings that can now be found in
    • is also found in the Northern European mysteries. There was an initiate
    • was the founder of the northern mysteries. What happened in the mysteries
    • so as to found a new world order. The new initiation is what will occur
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    • to the founder of the theosophical movement that we would like to
    • with the founder of our movement. We want to become fully conscious
    • Occidental culture, no one was found as suitable as Helena Petrovna
    • case that there are no mistakes to be found in them. But those who really
    • forth — that is prepared by the powers who, in 1841, found their
    • who, at that time, found suitable soil, those powers have taken possession
    • This stream found an instrument precisely in Helena Petrovna Blavatsky.
    • not yet have found the light within. Because egotism is the fundamental
    • larger part of humanity. As the Lemurian race found its end through
    • truths whose significance is not to be found there. The study of the
    • with Henry Steel Olcott (1832 – 1907) she founded the Theosophical
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    • events of the future — a profound mystery of the future is present
    • here. What is found today on a higher plane will appear in the future
    • that has lived for a long time and found various explanations. However,
    • foundation for organs in the future. There was a time when human beings
    • something found in every human being, something present in every
    • Apocalypse. Precisely these profound words show us that the Apocalypse
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    • chronicle. These are the majestic images found in Genesis. In these
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    • ancient mysteries founded the primal wisdom, the wisdom of the Atlanteans.
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    • found in the
    • will be closed. The profound meaning of these reincarnations, if we
    • 3:2 Be watchful, and strengthen the things which remain, that are ready to die: for I have not found thy works perfect before God. \
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    • and, for the grape juice, found the expression, “This is my
    • age must found a new culture after the war of all against all. The seventh
    • epoch. Those who have heard the call will be the founders of a new
    • was the most important founder of Attic tragedy and the oldest of
    • one of the “seven wise men,” and one of the founders of
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    • to the spirit not because this or that is found in old books, not because
    • This was gradually prepared in the Rosicrucian schools founded in the
    • Compare the lectures found in
    • Compare the descriptions found in the lecture
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    • 12:8 And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven. \
    • 13:8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world. \
    • have the value 666. In the picture found at
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    • 12:8 And prevailed not; neither was their place found any more in heaven. \
    • 13:8 And all that dwell upon the earth shall worship him, whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world. \
    • 17:8b and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is. \
    • 18:21 And a mighty angel took up a stone like a great millstone, and cast it into the sea, saying, Thus with violence shall that great city Babylon be thrown down, and shall be found no more at all. \
    • 18:22b and no craftsman, of whatsoever craft he be, shall be found any more in thee; and the sound of a millstone shall be heard no more at all in thee; \
    • 18:24 And in her was found the blood of prophets, and of saints, and of all that were slain upon the earth. \
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    • what is found in the Apocalypse, we must refer to the transformation
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    • that the Order of the Templars was founded in connection with the Crusades.
    • The Order of the Templars was founded almost at the very beginning of the
    • Crusades. Leaving on one side all that is known externally about the founding
    • found everywhere).
    • Through the fact that errors found their way into human evolution, human
    • of our time — these forces found entry in that far-off time into the
    • The soul and spirit in Man found again what it had once experienced long
    • in this direction. For to the materialistic age that has found the enduring
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    • that the Order of the Templars was founded in connection with the Crusades.
    • The Order of the Templars was founded almost at the very beginning of the
    • Crusades. Leaving on one side all that is known externally about the founding
    • found everywhere).
    • Through the fact that errors found their way into human evolution, human
    • of our time — these forces found entry in that far-off time into the
    • The soul and spirit in Man found again what it had once experienced long
    • in this direction. For to the materialistic age that has found the enduring
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    • penetrate into the spiritual foundation of man's nature. Anyone
    • his physical organs into the spiritual, super-sensible foundation of
    • physiology, from that of external physiology. The foundations for our
    • be found enclosed in organs affording the greatest protection against
    • are to be found in man and animal, that these organs must therefore
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    • be found outside the region we had in mind yesterday. Even the most
    • method of observation a foundation for the occult method, let us
    • parts is to be found in its essence in the external impressions or
    • it as a settled matter that in the nerve-system is to be found the
    • as having a still more profound basis, that, in the case of man, we
    • basis for arriving at the occult foundations of human nature. In
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    • which will then appear to us as its deeper foundations.
    • mystics, whether they had for their foundation more of reality or
    • found in the Saturn forces — in that planet therefore, which is
    • that mythology leads us deeper into the foundations of things and of
    • foundation.
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    • reason of the fact that it is built up on the foundation of a
    • builds itself up on the foundation of external perceptions and
    • super-sensible world, we can penetrate into the foundations of the
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    • resistances are to be found within the entire organism in a great
    • true if, during these ten years, this man has gone through profound
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    • The blood, as it exists in man, cannot be found anywhere else than in
    • a good foundation in the other organic systems while at the same time
    • called the skin are represented indeed, as we have found, all the
    • must then consider that in the bony system, which is the foundation
    • system of man the physical organisation has found the final
    • the foundation of our organisation.”
    • system is building itself out of the dark foundations and forces of
    • foundations.
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    • We have referred to various facts in this connection, and have found
    • any contradiction among those who have a foundation of true
    • the foundation, and whatever is disposed around it can be thus
    • expression of the subconscious self, that self which is to be found
    • as a model deep down in the foundation of man's being but,
    • its foundation a cosmic force-system which presses into the
    • expressions are scarcely to be found for things which are not in the
    • found only under the influence of our own feeling life, which takes
    • liquefying processes to be found in what is mingled with the
    • they are to be found in those processes in the blood-channels which
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    • profoundly and thoroughly, the correspondence between the vital
    • that certain of these metals to be found on the earth have their
    • in the statements to be found in our books dealing with therapy is
    • all the details of the embryonic process. And the more profoundly we
    • for the compassion which was the foundation-stone of all our higher
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    • air or water or solid earth is as yet to be found upon ancient
    • through the severance of sun and earth, all that was to be found at
    • Bible, then you will have a foundation for all that is to come before
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    • time actually existed in the physical mode can only be found today by
    • know as the group-souls of the plants. Today they can only be found
    • still be found today, though only in spiritual realms. Let us hold
    • evolved at that time, he too was to be found in a plantlike
    • be found. The Moon was the earth of that time, and it was only
    • in the sense-world today were not to be found on the Sun, nor on the
    • already to be found in the Moon evolution. During the Moon evolution
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    • Anthroposophy. Anthroposophy has a firm foundation, and those who
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    • much more profound than modern natural science dreams! Thus when
    • found an answer to these questions which satisfies us up to a certain
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    • sacrifice their own corporeality to supply the foundation, the basic
    • found every one of the hierarchical ranks. Thus, in what we
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    • be found in the physical sun.” The most you can say is that the
    • writer has forgotten nothing There is a profound reason why on the
    • second day of creation these words are not to be found. Here we have
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    • human being is to be found in the days before the sixth. If the earth
    • species form; the earth brings forth the foundations of plant life
    • Thrones was to be found in the element of air and in the Moon
    • Thus man on the sixth day was not to be found in solid fleshly form.
    • He was to be found in physical form, as an earth being, but only in
    • man of pre-Luciferic times was to be found in the elementary
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    • who withdrew with the sun and found their scene of activity
    • profound wisdom here. But I can assure you that nothing from this
    • as far as the foundations of his physical and etheric bodies are
    • the link which is to be found between the feelings and perceptions of
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    • possessed by a few people, but it takes as its foundation forces
    • But a significant example may be found in the way in which one
    • described to you in principle (details can be found in the books I
    • this spiritual foundation. Humanity must again permeate itself with
    • pedagogy. At the Waldorf School at Stuttgart, founded by Emil Molt,
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    • possessed by a few people, but it takes as its foundation forces
    • But a significant example may be found in the way in which one
    • described to you in principle (details can be found in the books I
    • this spiritual foundation. Humanity must again permeate itself with
    • pedagogy. At the Waldorf School at Stuttgart, founded by Emil Molt,
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    • found in phenomenalism. Then he criticizes the
    • same as it is with what grows under the earth and is found only when
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    • same as it is with what grows under the earth and is found only when
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    • two quite different things, built upon different foundations. The public
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    • a more profound sense, may be called sacerdotal — it is only
    • share the profound gratitude which I feel every time at the opening
    • found its way even into their paint brushes. It is
    • profound gratitude for the sacrifices made by every single actor. It
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    • one's admiration, for the profound cosmic wisdom which lies
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • really to be found. When an Atlantean man gazed into the spiritual
    • throughout life. Today, Demeter forces are not to be found in
    • when it becomes shrivelled and wrinkled. This profound truth is
    • profoundly meaningful figure is regarded in our materialistic age is
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • The references are to be found in
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    • enable us to acquire a profound insight, first into the wonders of
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    • forces found in man's astral body as transplanted into cosmic
    • but to be found in the main in a super-sensible world, and attainable
    • be found among all peoples of such individualities, not only in
    • the Christ Impulse to be found. They have not been
    • of the Earth, and will be able to be found there for all time, though
    • would remain behind, and the profound significance, the profound
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    • antiquity, and the profound meaning of which will only gradually be
    • within Christianity these two influences are to be found, merged
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • forces of Zeus were once to be found in an Atlantean Zeus, in the
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    • found so astonishing, but which, pieced together, give us the world
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • felt profoundly that the human form as it walks the Earth today is a
    • imbued with a kind of science more profound than our modern abstract,
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    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • circles are to be found. These thoughts do not enter into the brain
    • these Masters are to be found in all countries. They are present on
    • realises the profound meaning of Greek history if one enters into
    • can also be found in the Akasha Chronicle. Spiritual Science can once
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    • recognising this we lay a foundation which will enable us gradually
    • beginning of Lemuria man was still not to be found in his present
    • gods were the thoughts of the lower gods, and these upper gods found
    • found it too difficult to enter into these dense elements, and
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    • forms the foundation of the human being which cannot be seen
    • up the human being and which have a profound meaning for human
    • Jordan descended to Earth, out of the most profound wisdom took with
    • to be found until far on into the Middle Ages, right on into the
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    • that he has found what will continue to be regarded as scientific for
    • than was to be found in the earlier images. So that what the
    • inner laws of the physical brain. When in April 1861 Broca found that
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    • far as it is presented in Anthroposophy, and of what is to be found
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    • of St. Luke is to be found in portrayals of the Mithras bull being driven
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    • far into the Middle Ages he was regarded in a certain sense as the founder
    • in which they would have found nothing of a divine nature, had they
    • were on the foundation of shadowy clairvoyance, the particular formation
    • appears again in him. Such is the profound meaning of the story here
    • that the visible world they beheld around them and which found its unity
    • an Egohood there enters that which is otherwise nowhere to be found
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    • knowledge is to be found among all the peoples of antiquity. We may speak
    • founded upon ancient spirit-inspiration. This experience was described
    • movement to such a height, that, out of his prophecy alone, it found
    • not just outpourings of fanatical abuse, but have profound significance.
    • traversed by Moses and his people. Moses found in the Ishmaelites, among
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    • In our willing we are in profound sleep. In the sleeping part of us
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    • causes, the deeper-lying foundations of what has lately worked out in
    • can be found to speak to all men, no matter what their nationality,
    • profoundest depths of their consciousness people are dimly
    • about ruin (and perhaps a sorrowful proof of this may yet be found in
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    • foundation for a far-seeing knowledge of the human being; but such a
    • foundation is not sought at the present time. Anatomy,
    • knowledge, the rest of the organism does not. This has a profoundly
    • whole man. That has an uncommonly comprehensive and profound
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    • In our willing we are in profound sleep. In the sleeping part of us
    • waking and sleeping has a more profound significance in human life
    • the same as in ordinary dreaming. There is a profound relation
    • emphasised the profound relationship between dreaming and feeling in
    • condition of profound sleep.
    • hear him; we listen and we hear him. We are profoundly accustomed to
    • to found a new religion, or to introduce anything sectarian into the
    • by it, because it provides real foundations. Certainly, remembrance
    • side a foundation for the religious life will be created, if that
    • found in particular religious persuasions, but also among the ranks
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    • this last year and gave an example which can be found in
    • often be found in life. A man was accustomed to take a certain walk
    • Folk-Souls, to point out much which is to be found to-day in the
    • said: The Germans have founded a Society, the
    • found to be elected as President of the Society! That is what is to
    • these speeches. He remembers, perhaps, that he found them absolutely
  • Title: Earthly Death/Cosmic Life: Lecture 6: Feelings of Unity and Sentiments of Gratitude: A Bridge to the Dead
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    • and moral foundation for mankind, which must be much more living than
    • judgment. These two things are to be found side by side, and
    • whom thought is very easy; if it be found difficult then it is
    • his thinking. The following is to be found in many people. When from
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    • order to establish a relationship between them. We found that there
    • been connected. This feeling of kinship is the foundation for a
  • Title: Man and Woman in Light of Spiritual Science
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    • is to be found. But out of this, some strange conclusions came to
    • is to be found in the woman and a feminine in the man. Spiritual
    • following: The body is the foundation for our true soul nature;
    • origin of the two sexes is to be found in the astral sphere. In the
    • creates in the way of form in marble, for example, is not to be found
    • spiritual; soul and spirit are to be found in the very form of this
    • above the sexes can only be found in so far as the two sexes raise
    • These observations have shown, as is found again and again, that we must
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    • to questions of practical life than can be found in other
    • is to be found. But out of this, some strange conclusions came to
    • is to be found in the woman and a feminine in the man. Spiritual
    • following: The body is the foundation for our true soul nature;
    • origin of the two sexes is to be found in the astral sphere. In the
    • creates in the way of form in marble, for example, is not to be found
    • spiritual; soul and spirit are to be found in the very form of this
    • above the sexes can only be found in so far as the two sexes raise
    • These observations have shown, as is found again and again, that we must
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    • has found the inner strength of this ‘simple faith’ does
    • roughly with the founding of the Roman Empire.
    • soul development. For the founding of Christianity
    • has even found its way into faith — this narrow point of view
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    • has found the inner strength of this ‘simple faith’ does
    • roughly with the founding of the Roman Empire.
    • soul development. For the founding of Christianity
    • has even found its way into faith — this narrow point of view
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    • have passed through since the founding of Christianity, we again come
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    • have passed through since the founding of Christianity, we again come
  • Title: On the Duty of Clear, Sound Thinking
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    • to be found where the life of spiritual culture exists in its finest
    • profound in this thought, but yet it is an undeniable fact.
    • profoundly unhappy events of the present day, for these would not be
    • privileges, we have to recognise those who stand on the foundation of
    • We must search deeply, within the profoundest depths
    • profoundly we are dependent on it. It is our indolence, our love of
    • it is founded on the very worst kind of dilettantism of great
    • Here are to be found the tasks with which our
    • universal import, found numerous associations of monistic or other
    • realised that, when such societies are founded, it is as if one said:
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    • to be found where the life of spiritual culture exists in its finest
    • profound in this thought, but yet it is an undeniable fact.
    • profoundly unhappy events of the present day, for these would not be
    • privileges, we have to recognise those who stand on the foundation of
    • We must search deeply, within the profoundest depths
    • profoundly we are dependent on it. It is our indolence, our love of
    • it is founded on the very worst kind of dilettantism of great
    • Here are to be found the tasks with which our
    • universal import, found numerous associations of monistic or other
    • realised that, when such societies are founded, it is as if one said:
  • Title: Lecture: The Peoples of the Earth in the Light of Anthroposophy
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    • strives to gain a really profound knowledge of the relationships
    • where Goethe summarises the lofty perceptions, profound thought and
    • essence. The abstract results of these investigations, to be found in
    • permeates such thoughts as are found, for instance, in
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    • strives to gain a really profound knowledge of the relationships
    • where Goethe summarises the lofty perceptions, profound thought and
    • essence. The abstract results of these investigations, to be found in
    • permeates such thoughts as are found, for instance, in
  • Title: Lecture: The Christmas Mystery, Novalis, the Seer
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    • recognised its poetic possibilities and would not have found
    • Egyptian culture founded by Hermes, the conditions heralded
    • sea. Isis eventually found the chest but could not bring
    • where nothing physical could be found and darkness prevailed,
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    • recognised its poetic possibilities and would not have found
    • Egyptian culture founded by Hermes, the conditions heralded
    • sea. Isis eventually found the chest but could not bring
    • where nothing physical could be found and darkness prevailed,
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    • physical brain. What is to be found in anthroposophic literature and
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    • physical brain. What is to be found in anthroposophic literature and
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    • man's feeling life to some extent. Yet its answer can only be found
    • belief, yet, even if one has already found a certainty of belief,
    • soul must lead in the very near future. An answer will never be found
    • times?’ if one does not try to seek the foundation man has need
    • results of spiritual knowledge, when once they are found, can always
    • philosophy. In this Kantian moral philosophy Schiller found a
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    • man's feeling life to some extent. Yet its answer can only be found
    • belief, yet, even if one has already found a certainty of belief,
    • soul must lead in the very near future. An answer will never be found
    • times?’ if one does not try to seek the foundation man has need
    • results of spiritual knowledge, when once they are found, can always
    • philosophy. In this Kantian moral philosophy Schiller found a
  • Title: Lecture: Buddha and Christ: The Sphere of the Bodhisattvas
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    • wore symbols, of which they had such profound understanding that if
    • 14:30 How much more, if haply the people had eaten freely to day of the spoil of their enemies which they found? for had there not been now a much greater slaughter among the Philistines? \
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    • wore symbols, of which they had such profound understanding that if
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    • foundation of unconscious untruthfulness that underlies our
    • to be found in eastern teaching because we happen to incline toward
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • might call the oriental spiritual stream, which found its most
    • and profound one.
    • the stars in the heavens.” The Bible is profound, but the way
    • is how profound the stories in the Bible are; all of them correspond
    • can be found in the Bible. The Bible is far wiser than our science,
    • profoundly these Gospels record the event that inaugurated our era!
    • That event is so great that the four evangelists found that each of
    • initiations. The event they recorded is so profound that we must be
    • you an idea of how deeply this event should be taken and how profound
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    • turning up at the founding of our society out of curiosity, hoping to
    • messenger lived in him. This is found also in the Greek version of
    • angel].” Thus, a profound cosmic mystery connected with John
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    • kinds of etheric bodies are found among ordinary, even average, human
    • here we see a very profound meaning of this Christ
    • years. But these simple words can only be found on the basis of big,
    • that someday simple words may be found to express, in a basic,
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    • philosopher, scholar, scientist, and educator. was the founder of
    • philosophy, and religion. In 1924, he founded the General
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • a practice of thought that is founded on reality.
    • your thought was correct. If you have found the real cause, then it
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    • a practice of thought that is founded on reality.
    • your thought was correct. If you have found the real cause, then it
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    • body lies at the occult foundation of every kind of cramp or
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    • body lies at the occult foundation of every kind of cramp or
  • Title: Lecture: The Position of Anthroposophy among the Sciences
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    • can itself bring forward to serve as an effective foundation for its
    • Anthroposophy, in laying its foundations, is as conscientious as any
    • attitude of soul to be found in present-day movements that are really
    • Anthroposophy such a very questionable foundation is a complete
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • back then, we are by no means where we were when we found our way
    • times, but to times more recent — we found much of what had been
    • foundations I have laid to-day will then appear, perhaps, in a more
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    • can itself bring forward to serve as an effective foundation for its
    • Anthroposophy, in laying its foundations, is as conscientious as any
    • attitude of soul to be found in present-day movements that are really
    • Anthroposophy such a very questionable foundation is a complete
    • in things what we had first found in ourselves. Indeed, looking
    • back then, we are by no means where we were when we found our way
    • times, but to times more recent — we found much of what had been
    • foundations I have laid to-day will then appear, perhaps, in a more
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and the Visual Arts
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    • “anthropos”). As we looked into the human being and found
    • spiritual conviction was born, for example, what has found expression
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
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    • “anthropos”). As we looked into the human being and found
    • spiritual conviction was born, for example, what has found expression
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
  • Title: Lecture: Evil and the Power of Thought
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    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • when that word resounded which found its most radical expression in
    • ancient oriental civilisation was founded under a different influence
    • founded in Egypt and in North Africa. But particularly when the
    • steeped in fear. You found your social order upon fear; you create
    • founded the ancient Oriental world-conception, although they
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • be found even among people who have come from the same milieu. But
    • adjustment must be found.
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    • country civilisation was founded on a quite different basis. He would
    • when that word resounded which found its most radical expression in
    • ancient oriental civilisation was founded under a different influence
    • founded in Egypt and in North Africa. But particularly when the
    • steeped in fear. You found your social order upon fear; you create
    • founded the ancient Oriental world-conception, although they
    • you had to develop Egohood, everything is founded on fear. With us,
    • who had to suppress Egohood, everything was founded on love. With
    • be found even among people who have come from the same milieu. But
    • adjustment must be found.
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    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious consciousness.
    • man used to give instruction concerning a spiritual foundation of the
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • that the Father God is at the foundation of a world which reveals itself
    • is at the foundation of the world I can see with my senses. The world of
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    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious consciousness.
    • man used to give instruction concerning a spiritual foundation of the
    • have really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual existence.
    • that the Father God is at the foundation of a world which reveals itself
    • is at the foundation of the world I can see with my senses. The world of
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • really be found). — A measure of success in this direction
    • deeply and profoundly moving. Such pupils might also have said:
    • forces of Ahriman had found entrance. And so there came to Paul
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    • Exoteric Christianity is to be found in the Gospels and as they have
    • really be found). — A measure of success in this direction
    • deeply and profoundly moving. Such pupils might also have said:
    • forces of Ahriman had found entrance. And so there came to Paul
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    • which can be found in the world as material substance, will not be
    • let us say, of a Thomas Aquinas, has not found a continuation in the more
    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • precursory of things which found their real justification during a
    • Christ. Really, this is what lies at the foundation of the Wycliffe
    • Father-principle can be found, and atheistic opinions arose.
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
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    • which can be found in the world as material substance, will not be
    • let us say, of a Thomas Aquinas, has not found a continuation in the more
    • long as people still found real thoughts in the things around them.
    • precursory of things which found their real justification during a
    • Christ. Really, this is what lies at the foundation of the Wycliffe
    • Father-principle can be found, and atheistic opinions arose.
    • as we contemplate physical images; a new way of thinking must be found.
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • you were strengthened in it by the fact that a stone was found on the
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    • you were strengthened in it by the fact that a stone was found on the
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • initiation, which will then supply to us a kind of foundation for
    • ethical ideas, they are the foundation of our human freedom. On the
    • at the foundation of the fact that certain Secret Schools
    • they can establish sociology upon the foundation of natural sciences,
    • Many grotesque paradoxes can be found not only in rather
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    • initiation, which will then supply to us a kind of foundation for
    • ethical ideas, they are the foundation of our human freedom. On the
    • at the foundation of the fact that certain Secret Schools
    • they can establish sociology upon the foundation of natural sciences,
    • Many grotesque paradoxes can be found not only in rather
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    • which were founded upon the power of the spirit, are called the
    • trust as their foundation, are called the MYSTERIES OF THE FATHER.
    • the Spirit, which were founded upon the rightful power, authority and might
    • have been revealed in the years which have passed since the founding of
    • founders of religions was a preparation for the ONE great event, for
    • prepared for by the sequence of the founders of religions, by Zarathustra,
    • element is not found in what Christ said; the new element in the
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    • which were founded upon the power of the spirit, are called the
    • trust as their foundation, are called the MYSTERIES OF THE FATHER.
    • the Spirit, which were founded upon the rightful power, authority and might
    • have been revealed in the years which have passed since the founding of
    • founders of religions was a preparation for the ONE great event, for
    • prepared for by the sequence of the founders of religions, by Zarathustra,
    • element is not found in what Christ said; the new element in the
  • Title: Lecture: Man's Relationship with the Surrounding World
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    • grades, but of the main facts to be found under average conditions.
    • found, each would point to the common ego of the species, to the
    • gather again in the spring and return north. At the foundation of
    • earth as a foundation, then the earth will be redeemed with him;
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    • grades, but of the main facts to be found under average conditions.
    • found, each would point to the common ego of the species, to the
    • gather again in the spring and return north. At the foundation of
    • earth as a foundation, then the earth will be redeemed with him;
  • Title: Lecture: A Chapter of Occult History
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    • all went towards Asia and founded in Central Asia the great
    • as are always to be found with the great Initiates and who
    • sorrowing spouse, sought for and found the corpse but
    • physical world. Osiris can be found only when man passes over
    • henceforward would not be found only in the other world but
    • be found.
    • world it has faded away, is not to be found. If, however, we
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    • all went towards Asia and founded in Central Asia the great
    • as are always to be found with the great Initiates and who
    • sorrowing spouse, sought for and found the corpse but
    • physical world. Osiris can be found only when man passes over
    • henceforward would not be found only in the other world but
    • be found.
    • world it has faded away, is not to be found. If, however, we
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    • seeking souls. An intelligent answer will be found only when
    • found that the same must be said of all the records of
    • found in De Carne Christi.
    • have found Christ, for the Christ-experience does not consist
    • has found his way to the Mystery of Golgotha along a
    • super-sensible path, he has found within himself the strength
    • experience, for He has been found in very truth when a man
    • have found in my ego the higher Ego, the Divine Ego ...
    • is the most typical American who could possibly be found.
    • is to be found in Vol. XV (vol. 2), pp. 163–214.
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    • seeking souls. An intelligent answer will be found only when
    • found that the same must be said of all the records of
    • found in De Carne Christi.
    • have found Christ, for the Christ-experience does not consist
    • has found his way to the Mystery of Golgotha along a
    • super-sensible path, he has found within himself the strength
    • experience, for He has been found in very truth when a man
    • have found in my ego the higher Ego, the Divine Ego ...
    • is the most typical American who could possibly be found.
    • is to be found in Vol. XV (vol. 2), pp. 163–214.
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    • feelings and will impulses, no ego can be found. From nothing
    • of feeling and impulses of will and is always to be found
    • there, until sleep wipes it out? Since it is not to be found
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    • feelings and will impulses, no ego can be found. From nothing
    • of feeling and impulses of will and is always to be found
    • there, until sleep wipes it out? Since it is not to be found
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    • of a sound foundation of freedom, lack of an altruistic
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • we must do, is to turn to where forces can be found for the
    • foundations for religious altruism in the first place, and,
    • come to see, that one element is to be found among one
    • besides founding the impulse for freedom, wants to supply
    • founding freedom, ideally, spiritually. Only, Europe must
    • National Being. And herein lies the profound inward falsity
    • given proof of any very profound understanding of it. Nor
    • analogy they found was a very thin one and lies chiefly in
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    • of a sound foundation of freedom, lack of an altruistic
    • foundation of freedom nor spreads abroad the impulse of
    • we must do, is to turn to where forces can be found for the
    • foundations for religious altruism in the first place, and,
    • come to see, that one element is to be found among one
    • besides founding the impulse for freedom, wants to supply
    • founding freedom, ideally, spiritually. Only, Europe must
    • National Being. And herein lies the profound inward falsity
    • given proof of any very profound understanding of it. Nor
    • analogy they found was a very thin one and lies chiefly in
  • Title: Lecture: The Shaping of the Human Form out of Cosmic and Earthly Forces
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    • comprehend what has arisen here on this foundation is
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    • comprehend what has arisen here on this foundation is
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    • its hidden foundations. I am referring to man's life of
    • foundations of life. I shall therefore also speak of the
    • therefore, are found in the dream. I lay particular stress on
    • found in the dream. What was found in the dream and is
    • what an utter lack of foundation there is for the very
    • remain firmly on a scientific foundation. — This
    • always from well-founded judgment I could not say —
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    • its hidden foundations. I am referring to man's life of
    • foundations of life. I shall therefore also speak of the
    • therefore, are found in the dream. I lay particular stress on
    • found in the dream. What was found in the dream and is
    • what an utter lack of foundation there is for the very
    • remain firmly on a scientific foundation. — This
    • always from well-founded judgment I could not say —
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    • remains of the warmth and profound depth of feeling which in
    • For them it represented a transition from the profound,
    • intense enthusiasm devoted profound study to whatever
    • know how absurd it is to imagine that it could be found in
    • be found by a soul inwardly unsanctified, whose feelings are
    • When I was once in Hermannstadt about Christmastime I found
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    • remains of the warmth and profound depth of feeling which in
    • For them it represented a transition from the profound,
    • intense enthusiasm devoted profound study to whatever
    • know how absurd it is to imagine that it could be found in
    • be found by a soul inwardly unsanctified, whose feelings are
    • When I was once in Hermannstadt about Christmastime I found
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    • found among those peoples who set about destroying them at the
    • conception of the world built upon such a foundation? It was believed
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    • found among those peoples who set about destroying them at the
    • conception of the world built upon such a foundation? It was believed
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    • sick man, profound insight into the deeper connections and
    • turn the foundation for a knowledge of man that is intelligible to
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • School at Stuttgart was founded. All the principles of the art of
    • well-founded deduction of Spiritual Science.
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    • sick man, profound insight into the deeper connections and
    • turn the foundation for a knowledge of man that is intelligible to
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • School at Stuttgart was founded. All the principles of the art of
    • well-founded deduction of Spiritual Science.
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    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
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    • thou hast living experience of soul and Spirit, thou hast found the
    • that the Buddha found the four great Truths, one of which awoke
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    • imagine to ourselves that, based on the broad foundation, so to
    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • personal experience, come to feel they had found the Christ. This was
    • on the foundation of ancient clairvoyance. It was there, but it
    • who walks on the earth. This was why they found it so difficult to
    • found on such and such a page. This are the sort of thing that leads
    • of departure that can lead us to an understanding can be found
    • significant and infinitely profound fact that we must keep in mind,
    • It is profoundly
    • human soul, just as it was found in the ordinary, everyday atmosphere
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    • imagine to ourselves that, based on the broad foundation, so to
    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • personal experience, come to feel they had found the Christ. This was
    • on the foundation of ancient clairvoyance. It was there, but it
    • who walks on the earth. This was why they found it so difficult to
    • found on such and such a page. This are the sort of thing that leads
    • of departure that can lead us to an understanding can be found
    • significant and infinitely profound fact that we must keep in mind,
    • It is profoundly
    • human soul, just as it was found in the ordinary, everyday atmosphere
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    • a necessary foundation for many other perceptions which we need — a
    • foundation on which we shall afterwards have to build in our more intimate
    • physical and bodily. But the spiritual as such is nowhere to be found
    • at least the foundation of our Thinking. Without
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    • a necessary foundation for many other perceptions which we need — a
    • foundation on which we shall afterwards have to build in our more intimate
    • physical and bodily. But the spiritual as such is nowhere to be found
    • at least the foundation of our Thinking. Without
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    • originated, while only later the basic foundation of the lowest layer
    • and of natural philosophy, found this oldest rock-formation of the earth
    • the earth-being. Profoundly moving and leading more deeply into the
    • information can be found in my book
    • at the layer-formations to be found in the earth's upper crust.
    • foundation from which life has departed, and when we search for the
    • found in organic bodies.
    • processes — and then spiritual processes. This foundation
    • over as a foundation to the purely mineral life in order that on it
    • process of decomposition and provides a foundation for the finer
    • beginning their ascent on the foundation of the solid earth. In the
    • will unfold further on the foundation thus laid down.
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    • and of natural philosophy, found this oldest rock-formation of the earth
    • the earth-being. Profoundly moving and leading more deeply into the
    • information can be found in my book
    • at the layer-formations to be found in the earth's upper crust.
    • foundation from which life has departed, and when we search for the
    • found in organic bodies.
    • processes — and then spiritual processes. This foundation
    • over as a foundation to the purely mineral life in order that on it
    • process of decomposition and provides a foundation for the finer
    • beginning their ascent on the foundation of the solid earth. In the
    • will unfold further on the foundation thus laid down.
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    • are situated in the body. Here too are to be found the thought-forces
    • simple. Because at the back of this tapestry something is to be found
    • would lay yourselves open to profound disappointment. The world
    • certain relation will therefore be found to exist between thinking,
    • “Muspille,” a poem which was first found in a book
    • Jötunheim, the Realm of the Giants. Man himself was to be found
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    • are situated in the body. Here too are to be found the thought-forces
    • simple. Because at the back of this tapestry something is to be found
    • would lay yourselves open to profound disappointment. The world
    • certain relation will therefore be found to exist between thinking,
    • “Muspille,” a poem which was first found in a book
    • Jötunheim, the Realm of the Giants. Man himself was to be found
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    • be found. The philosophers are as a rule extremely clever and
    • have found nothing. But I once found one small echo of these
    • and in all directions are to be found Spirits of Courage or Will.
    • that what is at the spiritual foundation of our life is present,
    • innermost being — in its very foundation — this fact,
    • of sacrifice founded upon their strength and courage as kneeling
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    • could have observed the space of ancient Saturn we should have found
    • profound feeling of bliss at the vision of the sacrifice; he will
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    • spiritual to be found behind the phenomenon of heat, and then that
    • their own being. This is to be found in every breath of wind, in all
    • so difficult to perceive that words could hardly be found in any
    • sacrifice is to be found the actual essence of all the conditions of
    • profound reflection upon the conceptions about to be given can we
    • foundation is renunciation, or resignation. Wherever water is to be
    • found in the world there is divine-renunciation. Just as heat is an
    • own inner substance; what they themselves had done would have found
    • thoughts work profoundly upon your souls): I have till now thought
    • recollect those words, which are to be found in the Gospel: “Am
    • opponent in opposition to Him. This picture makes such a profound
    • to art a new foundation. Subconscious art has become a thing of the
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    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • degree of pain. The longing to be found in the souls of men, is what
    • universal Beings, by others who found their greatest bliss in gazing
    • alone provide us with an understanding of the spiritual foundation of
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    • inner movement of that life. We thus found the way from the
    • of profound significance. It is indicated in the words: all
    • however dry. What kind of learning would it be which found a place in
    • when those Beings found their sacrifice rejected. In a spiritual
    • found that this sacrifice was not accepted because the higher Beings
    • by putting the question as to whether anything real could be found in
    • found on the astral plane as group-soul, and the individual animal is
    • foundation for this cannot be laid in the higher worlds: it must be
    • must say: we have found pre-eminently on the physical plane something which
    • “reality” may be based on very different foundations. The
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    • Foundation and its Institute, and that is why we are supporting this
    • (a project of the Foundation for Advancement of
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    • which we are striving in the domain of Theosophy has already found
    • summer work that at the founding of the Branch at Neuchatel, the need
    • was only usurped, when a complete contradiction is found in her own
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    • found. The philosophers are as a rule extremely clever and speak in
    • have found nothing. But I once found one small echo of these
    • and in all directions are to be found Spirits of Courage or
    • spiritual foundation of our life is present, though it is not yet
    • foundation — this fact, that the beings belonging to the
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    • observed the space of ancient Saturn we should have found no
    • profound feeling of bliss at the vision of the sacrifice; he will
    • giving, which could not have been found on ancient Saturn. For just
    • soul-experience as a foundation.
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    • spiritual to be found behind the phenomenon of heat, and then that
    • their own being. This is to be found in every breath of wind, in all
    • so difficult to perceive that words could hardly be found in any
    • Cherubim. In this sacrifice is to be found the actual essence of all
    • conceptions about to be set forth. Only after long and profound
    • foundation is renunciation, or resignation. Wherever water is
    • to be found in the world there is divine-renunciation. Just as heat
    • found expression in the smoke of the sacrifice. Suppose these
    • easily be made, (and I want you to let these thoughts work profoundly
    • recollect those words, which are to be found alone in the Gospel:
    • opponent in opposition to Him. This picture makes such a profound
    • as the knowledge of these things to give to art a new foundation.
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    • greatness and significance to be found in resignation. None the less
    • degree of pain. The longing to be found in the souls of men, is what
    • universal Beings, by others who found their greatest bliss in gazing
    • foundation of things. We see, too, that our era had to come to
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    • been able to grasp as the inner movement of that life. We thus found
    • is even to-day of profound significance. It is indicated in the
    • What kind of learning would it be which found a place in our soul,
    • when those Beings found their sacrifice rejected. In a spiritual
    • found that this sacrifice was not accepted because the Higher
    • the question as to whether anything real could be found in our world
    • found on the astral plane as group-soul, and the individual animal is
    • Paul was — that He died, and rose again. But the foundation for
    • we have found pre-eminently on the physical plane something which
    • ‘reality’ may be based on very different foundations. The
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    • The Spiritual Foundation of Morality
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    • The Spiritual Foundation of Morality
    • of the most profound and important of the Gospels. A man is only
    • deeply into the foundations of the secrets of the world, earn
    • profoundly significant words, and that they may only be uttered when
    • would probably have found them useless and incomprehensible. On the
    • give them a foundation is difficult.” This statement is very
    • morals could thus be founded there would be no immorality at the
    • that ethical sermons do not produce this result. A moral foundation
    • example, from the philosophic side, to found a system of ethics, a
    • foundations of existence as the highest duty of those who belonged or
    • ancient Germanic peoples can still be found to-day; how it has
    • He found a
    • life, in the shape of something which we have found in the ancient
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    • found in America by its discoverers. When the Atlantean catastrophe
    • from its spiritual and occult foundations, we must examine a few
    • particular place of initiation where it was to be found.
    • concerned — in which there is not the foundation of what
    • foundation for the improvement of a human being always consists in
    • primarily these two fundamental impulses which are able to found a
    • necessarily built upon these two foundations, is that a person who
    • proceeding from the co-operation of the originally good foundation of
    • have found that wisdom lies at the foundation of moral life. In India
    • the wisdom of the Brahmins lay at the foundation of human life. In
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    • The Spiritual Foundation of Morality
    • found that moral impulses are fundamental in human nature. From the
    • facts adduced, we tried to prove that a foundation of morality
    • instinctive good foundation and that thereby what is evil, wrong and
    • to work from a moral foundation. In those places where they worked in
    • then, the mean, which must be found and followed if a man is really
    • advance to the actual foundations of morality and do not stop at the
    • friendship had a materialistic foundation and only after the lapse of
    • found.
    • found at this point should be counteracted by a spiritual conception
    • development the anthroposophist can foresee, the profound moral
    • in our last lecture we found to be the force of the
    • statement of love and this statement must become the most profound
    • foundation for morals, when we feel: “The Mystery of Golgotha
    • time goes on it will be found more and more that in ancient times man
    • around it like a covering, they shall then lay the foundations, in
    • that morals need not be preached, but they can indeed be founded by
    • the foundation, but we see that there is something real in our
    • which are able to found morals.
    • it true that Anthroposophy is to provide the foundation —
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    • German will be found at the end of the present
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    • original German will be found at the end of
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    • unique personality of H. P. Blavatsky. The founding of the
    • Theosophical Society. Antecedents of the founding of the
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    • soul remained, and evidence of this is to be found, for
    • to a marked degree in the seers who founded the Samothracian
    • is to be found in the spiritual world, but they had never
    • complicated story. Particularly on occasions of the founding
    • esotericists were basing themselves on a well-founded
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    • Theosophical Society and that we founded the so-called German
    • of the Theosophical Society, who at the time of its founding
    • exact but absolutely exact words cannot be found because one
    • still to be found and a great number were used while the
    • the Theosophical Society was founded and, fundamentally
    • we founded the German Section of the Theosophical Society in
    • satisfied. And so in this Movement there were to be found
    • high position in the Order founded to wait for the Second
    • adopting the air of a really profound initiate of the
    • founding of the Theosophical Society was one of special
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    • again men come to these atoms. How are they found? How does
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    • very few at the present time. Later on, they will be found to
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    • Sphere” in order that we may have a foundation for
    • that the actual foundation of the error consists in the fact
    • found with this kind of vision. That is to say: it must be
    • presumed at the outset that the Eighth Sphere is found by way
    • from generation to generation and has its deepest foundations
    • given to the public, then found the mediums believing that
    • testing that confirmation will be found. Whenever the word
    • be found in older occult writings. It will have been
    • interesting references are to be found in C. J.
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    • example of the kind of contradictions to be found in the
    • foundations. Suppose, for example, someone were to say: a man
    • what is to be found in the literature; we must translate into
    • emphasising for many years and found it necessary to include
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    • foundation for what I still have to say. I said that a
    • example, an essential foundation for discovering certain
    • beings, among whom are also to be found the souls of children
    • they are 16 or 17 are found very soon after death in the
    • found in the company of human souls, and indeed of those
    • early infancy, say up to the ages of 7 or 8, are found to be
    • found to be occupied with souls whose endeavour is to
    • found when consciousness of the spiritual world awakens
    • world. Indications on this subject are to be found in the
    • teeth, for I have always found that when the subject is under
    • way from the second. The second teeth will be found to be
    • recognise the profound truth of what is described in the
    • 9, and 9 to 16 or 17, are found among souls who are trying to
    • infinitely profound connection here. — The forces of
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    • unavailable! Practically everything has found its way into
    • such as are studied by natural science today, are to be found
    • discipline. Hence what was once profound knowledge has
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    • doing becomes the foundation of the new incarnation. We are
    • manual work. Those who founded such Orders said to
    • from this that when we wanted to lay the foundations of
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    • A profound
    • which surge in the dark foundations of the life of soul
    • our present earthly life. If you take all that can be found
    • to show that in it the positive can always be found. I said:
    • Theosophical Movement, as we did in the year 1902 by founding
    • of illness and death can the remedies be found.
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    • Alexandria he could absorb all that was to be found in the
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    • were given at the time they were delivered found in such
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    • profound of Steiner's cycles of the four Gospels.
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    • drama, the new art of eurythmy, and other fields. In 1924 he founded
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    • first is to be found in the words: “This is the
    • more thoroughly and profoundly, understood. For something
    • dimness. The other two thousand years since the founding of
    • foundation of the culture of this age. All those who wished
    • to be found in Homer as well as what took such magnificent
    • found in the poetry of Dante or Homer, but something appeared
    • profound relationship between this nineteenth century man and
    • for something deeper and more profoundly hidden in the depths
    • although partly contradictory, is to be found in the Vedas.
    • personal teacher but is founded on the Mystery of Golgotha, a
    • began to become evident to the more profound spirits of
    • depths of their inner life, they found themselves describing
    • beginning that shakes the inmost soul to its foundations and
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    • impulses which originated with the founding of Christianity.
    • none other than the soul of Zarathustra, the founder of
    • fact do we have here? We have the founder of Zoroastrianism,
    • Hebrew people founded their kingdom in Palestine. That
    • may be found also in tribes but not in peoples that had
    • naked souls, simple souls, when Christ found them again.
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    • investigate the deeper causes of the founding of Christianity
    • 21:20 And Ahab said to Elijah, hast thou found me, O mine enemy? And he answered, I have found thee; because thou hast sold thyself to work evil in the sight of the LORD. \
    • profoundly regret that at the time of Christ there was no
    • way, in such a way that from the time of the founding of
    • ego-filled condition, and this can be found in every single
    • this cosmic book, the profoundest wisdom concerning the
    • have to do with a founder of religion but with something
    • there as the founder of a new religion, but the Christ
    • three years, that a religious founder should have been
    • would be founding a society on mutual derision, not on the
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    • is occasionally to be found. It sometimes sounds through. One
    • founders have presented only the same one thing in different
    • describes how certain profound and significant facts about
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    • such men as these will no longer be found, and you yourselves
    • material world. Here in this world is to be found the cause
    • again attain to that ancient sacred revelation which found
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    • forces is the foundation of all things. In the time preceding
    • profoundest aspect, with what confronts us in the Old
    • pervaded by history will be found acceptable by the Western
    • is this soul to be found?
    • nor yet a process found satisfactory by Philistines who
    • Gospel grows ever more profound because of this permeation we
    • a tangle of incomprehensible things is to be found in this
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    • profound mystery that is given to us by occult science in the
    • appears in Indian souls. Nor can there be found one example
    • a passage in Nietzsche that can profoundly move us, take
    • of its special mission found that what had previously brought
    • Golgotha rests on a Greek foundation because the best of the
    • that what could hitherto be found only in the depths of the
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    • were, more profoundly into the secrets that were to be
    • be found in the Old Testament
    • found nothing but leaves, for it was not the season for
    • 11:13 And seeing a fig tree afar off having leaves, he came, if haply he might find any thing thereon: and when he came to it, he found nothing but leaves; for the time of figs was not yet. \
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    • their profoundly artistic character, and the artistry of
    • have been found in those who were nearest to Christ Jesus,
    • Mystery of Golgotha but is even to be found in some modern
    • of understanding could have been expected to be found among
    • found? Again something lesser is demanded, and it is
    • have all we need in order to understand the profound meaning
    • understand in an especially profound manner the words,
    • us in such a soul-shattering way is to be found also the very
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    • the many contradictions to be found in them and the way in
    • materialism, when they found these things could not simply
    • Nazareth.” This was found very agreeable by many
    • God-Man was really found, and there followed “research
    • in this realm today rests without solid foundations.
    • grounds; there is no longer any firm foundation. The
    • in Egypt the most profound secrets because this culture
    • soul that looked at the foundation, and not at the existing
    • profound understanding of how the greatest impulse lives in
    • the founder of his own religion had many incarnations,
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    • initiation science. A profound breach now runs through the whole of
    • profound and uplifting — namely, the world of moral values.
    • a similar way the profoundest element of the human being cannot be
    • the poverty-stricken concepts of polarity as found in inorganic
    • ahrimanic influence is found in everything that tends towards what is
    • luciferic influence in the human soul is found in everything that
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    • congresses, what is to be found in the depths of human souls is quite
    • profound depths of man's being. Today what is needed is profundity, a
    • willingness to enter into the profound depths of man's being, if
    • for what is most profoundly rooted in the being of man.
    • take us into the profound depths.
    • Above all, these forces of the West have provided the foundation for
    • founded on those fundamental forces of man's being which can be most
    • the feelings which are found as soon as we start going further and
    • the foundations of natural science. And in the East we see in the
    • foundations, a people for whom proofs based on mere abstract logic
    • and feels out of the very foundations of his people, the whole of his
    • profound level and gain a sense for the way in which the sounds are
    • foundations to a certain high degree of vision — not our vision
    • ever more profoundly into an understanding of the Christ-being, to an
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    • are also to be found among those divine, spiritual beings, so were
    • the ancient Persian time, the profoundest, most intense religious
    • distant past, something like this had been at the foundation of what
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    • of things with you after such a long while gives me the profoundest
    • moment. This is profoundly linked to the whole purpose of human
    • be said about this out of the foundations of spiritual science.
    • which resembles what is to befound here in the physical world of the
    • threshold. But if spirit is to be found there, then the physical
    • waiting till it happens. What it is like before birth is not found to
    • beyond conception — can only be found through knowledge.
    • must be found once more. If they cannot be found it will betotally
    • Stuttgart we have founded the Waldorf school
    • is found by seeking our eternal element within the temporal sphere;
    • quite unthinkable and indeed is not to be found.
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    • profound pleasure to be among our Breslau friends. We have been
    • profoundest secrets of life. Such knowledge starts, for instance,
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    • of the Knights of Malta — were founded, and indeed throughout
    • foundation of human beings. This became very obvious during my more
    • called up out of the profoundest foundations of human nature,
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    • and see what lay at the foundation of their will they would feel,
    • foundation of all his will impulses he will find fear and he must
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    • understanding this. Even today it has not yet been found.
    • for now it is found between the covers of tomes which the lawyers can
    • how various motifs which recur in Faust are to be found in
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    • sense of the word to depict how the spiritual world should be found
    • lived most profoundly in Goethe must enter into mainstream modern
    • those who still sensed what was most profound in Goethe. At the
    • and found a new age by radical means most certainly have no
    • the gullible worker believing himself to be the founder of a new
    • modern civilization, in so far as it is founded in Europe and reaches
    • that at last a way may be found of finding Christ within earthly
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    • say that profound traces of what took place at that time for mankind
    • did he discover a real deepening of vision. In him he found a spirit
    • course, at the profoundest soul level he is an individual, a unique
    • there does exist a pupil of Faust who can lead us more profoundly
    • found this extraordinarily satisfying.
    • until the recent foundation of the Waldorf school.
    • what he found in the work of Saxo Grammaticus,
    • facts. One cannot ignore the very profound impression made, by these
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    • figures found themselves faced with the task of answering, in poetic
    • be satisfied with Schiller's view, profound and spiritually powerful
    • most profound questions with which Goethe is concerned. He himself
    • extraordinarily profound, even if it is only the witch who says it:
    • wisdom-filled things found in the form of the human body by means of
    • question with which Goethe is profoundly concerned. He of course does
    • exceptionally profound. What was it that Faust lacked, but gained
    • extricate himself from that confounded capacity of thinking —
    • ninth century profoundly condemns the pact with the devil. Eventually
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    • seen in other areas too. Try to develop a sense for the profound
    • see in the mirror, and which become all the tall tales found in
    • intellect, whatever would they think if they found that moral
    • found out of individualism. Otherwise, in the ‘social
    • found an unnatural escape from intellectualism. The mood is in a way
    • sense of having been thrown out of the world is found everywhere, not
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    • endeavour to found a social environment which would be an expression
    • only be found within. But the price for this would have to be the
    • moral tact, which is otherwise not found in moralizing sermons, the
    • healthy commonsense, what has been found through Imagination,
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    • becomes enamored of his newfound power and of the beauty of the Sun;
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    • STEINER (1861–1925) was the founder of Anthroposophy, a modern
    • founded the General Anthroposophical Society, which today has
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    • this ancient paganism are the fruits of profound insight.
    • rightly understood, it will be found to contain sublime, deeply
    • foundations for a career, in other words, to provide the material
    • found in anthroposophy. It seems to them entirely redundant, for they
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    • of the necessity for conditions which would provide the foundation
    • but it was not long before most of the volumes found their way to library
    • such understanding? The fact that understanding cannot be found
    • When we founded the Waldorf
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    • founded. A great deal is said about “freedom of the individual
    • peoples.” But the time for founding empires based on
    • there that the most arrogant people are to be found:
    • discussed on the foundation of accurate and detailed knowledge. And
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    • will find salvation.” But in its deep foundations, human life
    • principle of the number seven is to be found in the Pythagorean
    • contained in numbers still survived when Pythagoras founded his
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    • are to be found everywhere. You can picture what I mean by thinking
    • causes are to be found within the human beings.
    • invented by a Jules Verne, it would be found with amazement that
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    • are the fruits of profound insight.
    • Paganism is rightly understood, it will be found to contain
    • this is done merely in order to provide the foundations for a
    • “twaddle” to be found in Anthroposophy. It seems
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    • foundation for a free spiritual life no longer dependent upon
    • but it was not long before most of the volumes found their
    • understanding ? The fact that understanding cannot be found
    • When we founded
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    • national states, national empires must be founded. A great
    • peoples”. But the time for founding empires based on
    • found.
    • In it the social question is discussed on the foundation of
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    • deep foundations, human life is by no means such a simple
    • number seven, is to be found in the Pythagorean
    • when Pythagoras founded his School. Other branches of the
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    • found everywhere. You can picture what I mean by thinking of
    • reality the causes are to be found within man.
    • Jules Verne, it would be found with amazement that nothing of
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    • unfortunately only found 30 participants. “Why
    • Foundation meeting, beginning January 2. We wrote this to all
    • Foundation meeting.
    • with the new founding of the General Anthroposophical Society
    • and the founding of the High School for Spiritual Science.
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    • to be found in books on anatomy have merely to do with the
    • soul in the human being could not be found was because no
    • process of growing old. In certain cases it may be found that
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    • something quite different from all that is to be found in the
    • being hidden, and then ‘found’. The discovery of
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    • of the earth. In speaking of the etheric body, we found that
    • modern chemistry. These beginnings are to be found in the
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    • should serve as a foundation for physicians. Owing to the
    • given as a foundation for medicine would constitute, as it
    • side must be built upon the foundation of the exoteric
    • have a science of nature that has found its way even into
    • found in regions where particular illnesses occur.
    • found, in its most concentrated form, in the mineral kingdom,
    • come from this foundation. It must be quickened by keen,
    • that the real foundation of medical knowledge lies in this
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    • development of our work is the foundation of everything,
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting, a kind of change must take
    • indication of how, after the foundation has been laid by a
    • which exist and which were reckoned with in the foundation of
    • not to others. That is where the esotericism has foundered
    • the newly founded Anthroposophical Society.
    • upon an inner foundation, and an acceptance of conditions
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    • really profound knowledge of some remedy, it is necessary for
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    • foundations comes only at the end, just as the way to
    • is without foundation, but it is exceedingly dangerous to
    • personal, I have always found that imagination was helped a
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    • something in profound correspondence with truth, of the human
    • our place in it. Having found this place, it is for us to
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    • the end of their studies; they will have found quite specific
    • later, is only to be found in the mineral kingdom, less in
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    • Christmas Foundation Meeting) really should not be. It is not
    • Foundation that a new character must come into the
    • to be found in the soul.
    • knowledge is sought for — although it cannot be found
    • there because it can only be found today by way of
    • nonsense. I myself found it most amusing. I said to him:
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    • remedy. Indications which are still to be found in dilettante
    • Christmas Foundation. You will realize this from other
    • founded far into Hungary and Poland. All the time there were
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    • medical thinking. The reason can be found if we can
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    • different foundations. When somebody is given meditations
    • carry out into the world those things that can be found here.
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    • solid, or at most, solid-fluid substances found in it. It is
    • on the ground — and no relation is found between the
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    • into us from the spiritual world has its foundation,
    • the foundation of the past that has dissolved into semblance,
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    • foundations necessary for understanding the deeper aspects of
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    • contains salt and all that the sea brings to maturity is founded on
    • give its muscles right nourishment it needs the earth-forces found
    • found in
    • where soles are to be found in the sea. Soles make themselves
    • substances to be found everywhere in the universe. It is fed
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    • than is found in the Alps, in granite, for instance, or gneiss. This
    • from the ground, are not to be found on earth, assuredly not. And if
    • is to be found in plants to-day, but even so it is extraordinarily
    • intermingled inside the earth, now they are to be found outside in
    • to be found outside in the mountains. They form the base of the
    • to be found everywhere in the earth and the plants are built up from
    • space works together to produce life, is not found at all in modern
    • iron flows in an iron foundry. It is naturally not quite the same,
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    • Protein is a constituent of all food; it is found in its most
    • the main ones — are contained in protein. It is then found that
    • no foundation in knowledge actually sidetracks men from recognising
    • something and bidden it; until it is found it is secret.
    • But it ceases to be secret the moment it is found! Anthroposophy has
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    • heavens, it is found to be of iron.
    • be found that the fault lies with iron — perhaps there is too
    • the organism. Thus a way must first be found of bringing the Mercury
    • other planets. We can for example say: it will always be found that
    • time you will have found something you would like to hear about in
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    • be found a treatment made up of soda baths, iron arsenite
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    • such a statement is well-founded — there are other ways too, of
    • very striking contradiction! Such contradictions are to be found not
    • to produce lead in your bodies. But lead can really never be found in
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    • of human evolution there appear again and again events of such profound
    • as profoundest essence was nothing different from that in which originate
    • the essence of which can be found only when one is aware that the true
    • found a successor in Moses, Moses' clairvoyant vision could see in the
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    • knows how to describe what he has found — only then is the document
    • can fathom and observe is to be found in the Gospels, particularly in
    • observation of Zarathustra he is not describing what is found in the
    • disclosures of the akashic record are to be found in the documents
    • Scherer on the other hand, who always sought what was to be found among
    • radiations. So again a profound truth underlies the story that healing
    • find the type in which the child is cast out, is found by shepherds,
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    • that most profound document of the New Testament, familiar as the Gospel
    • be found primarily those that had previously functioned as prototypes.
    • were to be found on the sun as Bull, Eagle, and Lion spirits, some had
    • have gradually dried out and mummified, and have found no possibility
    • because what they knew we have found again in Spiritual Science.
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    • survey, and we found that as regards the progress of our planet earth
    • in the evolving human being. We saw that the lofty beings, who found
    • A mineral kingdom, such as today constitutes the solid foundation upon
    • the solid foundation was what caused the hardening and desiccation that
    • that everything else forming the solid foundation of our earth is also
    • dried up, and the beings no longer found suitable bodies. This resulted
    • to descend as human beings, but found hardened bodies they could not
    • to the development preceding the moon's withdrawal. We found that man
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    • these influences took effect. But we found further that those who were
    • That is a very profound utterance in Goethe's Faust;
    • of pre-Christian time had been initiated into the profound secrets of
    • real, the true, to be found. But again, matters could not stop there:
    • goes to show that two men today can be profoundly convinced they are
    • the Christ impulse must first have penetrated to the profoundest depths:
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    • power to bring this about. Anyone who can become so profoundly absorbed
    • Gospel of the Christ in the most profound way. An initiation of this
    • initiate. That is why the Gospel of St. John is so profound a work.
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    • into the profoundest mysteries of the Christ-Impulse.
    • Father: to God Himself. A further contradiction could be found in the
    • previously the Christ was not to be found there, but thenceforth He
    • provide. But without spiritual science even so profound a thinker as
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    • found that men did not issue from a merely animalistic stage of development,
    • that nowhere else but in Galilee could Christ have found just those
    • was generally on the wane, still He found in Galilee a medley of peoples
    • will be found only by reading the Gospel in the right way and by
    • had not found in his soul the force that would overcome the consequences
    • its artistic composition and found it unthinkable that a work of art
    • the past seven years our wisdom has served to find what cannot be found
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    • stages in the life of Christianity's founder. In the first place we
    • could formerly be found only in the world existing outside our earth.
    • spirit. Here we touch the fringe, as it were, of a profound secret,
    • touch another profound mystery of which we are constrained to speak
    • aright, all this can be found stated there in one way or another; but
    • We have found the
    • found him on the other side of the sea, they said unto him, Rabbi,
    • who found Him, by virtue of an increase in their soul force. To say
    • from a deep understanding of the Rosicrucian initiation, has a profoundly
    • and we found that the potential capacity for vanquishing death came
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    • in man within a certain group, is to be found in the female element
    • do not disclose the profound truths underlying them. If you were to
    • is to be found in modern science, tell us that in the olden times the
    • discord into love. Christ, as a spiritual force in humanity, will confound
    • found the child and took pity on him. He brought him to Corinth, and
    • be found between the maternal and paternal elements, between man's own
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    • by degrees. Even today, under given conditions, it is still found as
    • them was to be found the dim clairvoyance as a heritage of the ancient
    • answer to this question can be found by examining nature carefully the
    • That is the position in which the human being found himself. He had
    • it has to this day found no foothold at all. There is one part of man
    • of this. Suppose that a man of the 13th Century had been profoundly
    • have found nothing in the current science that could have been used
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    • found a contact with the Christ impulse were irradiated: men who understood
    • full, profound import from the Gospel of St. John; and he who wrote
    • goods; true riches are found only in the properly developed inner self
    • to it. In the John Gospel are to be found the reasons for the existence
    • as he gazed with his newly found clairvoyance into what constituted
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    • prepared may well have found it very strange, in yesterday's lecture,
    • had been cast down to earth by the beings now to be found above. All evil,
    • is death to be found on the earth? Let us enquire of some plant being
    • over it. Seek as you will, nothing is to be found that is not interwoven
    • the new “Year 1” there occurred something of the most profound
    • or laid its foundations in an earlier incarnation. All is inscribed
    • home, and that he was found again under a tree surrounded by the poets
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    • lies at the foundation of this? The fact is that in its
    • been built up, we create, first of all, the foundations for a
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    • found their way back to the point where they could have
    • Aristotle then worked his way out of it, found his way closer
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    • Furthermore, people found that the part of the human being
    • found their way into his organization: black gall, white
    • was definitely founded on the observation of the fluid human
    • learning. Those cultic practices that found their way from
    • parts of the Gnosis that are found in the critical,
    • etheric astronomy that could be found in the original
    • into harmony with Christianity had to emigrate; they found a
    • civilization. Otherwise, the foundations of European
    • found in the East what had preceded Christianity but
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    • should have been found in these happenings in Palestine were
    • attention to a factor in the life of soul that found only
    • Western civilization, already found an early expression. But
    • profound Imagination arose in them. In the bread of the Last
    • scholarliness, found their way only slowly into the abstract
    • themselves, the Mystery of the Grail is not to be found on
    • found its highest form in Arabism. They are in the habit of
    • could not be found outwardly anywhere among people. Only
    • the temple of the Grail was supposed to be found in Spain,
    • Church, which is nevertheless to be found on earth —
    • in earnest striving of the spirit and with profound human
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    • into the spiritual world that was the foundation of Oriental
    • with the profound, tremendous problem of life, with the
    • worlds, the Christ, could have found His way into a human
    • this extraordinarily profound problem. This struggle was
    • The profound views of the Orient that contained no juristic
    • profound reaction to the Orient's treasures of wisdom, when
    • direction must be sought. Such a firm direction can be found
    • exists the most profound and thoroughgoing wish to deprive us
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    • profoundly influenced the civilization of mankind after the
    • intellectualism. He was seized with profound antipathy
    • overlooks the world from the foundation of existence is a
    • Richard Wagner in particular he found his way to Voltairism;
    • profound feeling and lyricism as did Friedrich Nietzsche,
    • Nietzsche was filled with a profound desire for truth. The
    • earth in Palestine. He found only a travesty of it in modern
    • falsehood must prevail, only through this profound feeling
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    • that it has profound significance that the tradition handed
    • profound experiences when, in regard to natural phenomena,
    • etheric body. Numbers are found between astral and etheric
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    • increasingly lost the feeling that a profound world riddle
    • and the Spirit. An ancient and profound primordial wisdom was
    • is described, but it is profoundly true. Assume that such an
    • experiences. It was in this that they found their cosmic,
    • Zarathustra found willing listeners in the ancient Persian
    • Egyptian age, little of it can be found, only its
    • through the Middle Ages and which has profound cosmic
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    • had a certain feeling in regard to the more profound thinking
    • is then found in the physical body.
    • indeed the profound and fateful challenge for modern
    • basis of precisely such profound insight that the significant
    • profoundly touched by the words of the Savior,
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    • the foundation and basis of a society that was subsequently
    • the nineteenth century and found it necessary to reckon with
    • made a jump and basically found the connection only in the
    • profound impression on the young people in Central Europe.
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    • must distinguish between what found its way into the Roman
    • use of the shadowy intellect, human beings found themselves
    • referred to the foundations of Romanism that still retain
    • that had found its way since ancient times from Asia into the
    • its fusion with all that found its way from the Orient into
    • style, in what can be found in the streets but passes itself
    • beyond the blood. Based on such profound depths of his world
    • was true. Goethe, therefore, had a profound, tremendously
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    • together all the references found here and there in
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    • the profound changes in human evolution that are connected
    • profoundly serious thoughts such as the one with which I
    • theory of color can be founded; it would be remote from the
    • sunlight to us, has indeed a profound connection to our
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    • certainly apt to make an extraordinarily profound impression
    • on him. For the mode of thinking found in this Dionysius was
    • Areopagite, they made a profound impression on him even in
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    • found to be the consciousness of human beings prior to the
    • profound mystery was sensed in the mysterious forces of the
    • his consciousness. In fact, a profound truth is expressed in
    • Christ was not found in the Orient. People received
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    • came spring, and the Greeks found that the blood made itself
    • People increasingly found their way into a sort of abstract
    • had been founded by Constantine.
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    • Italy, where at least it might still be found, it would be
    • since the Greek era, found no favour with him. When he came
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    • of men. Anyone who believes that thoughts are to be found
    • red or blue on things, so a Greek found that a thought was
    • may be found in the transition from the ancient period of the
    • profound personalities of the developing Greek culture,
    • upon the more profound Greek souls.
    • also felt by the more profound human beings in ancient
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    • Europe. This current of thought found its extreme expression
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    • the natural foundation had first to be laid down in man, so
    • that within the sphere of what this foundation has enabled
    • a foundation for what he can learn only in later life, so
    • foundation is laid for the solution of that immensely
    • impressive way man again finds the foundation for the moral
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    • found for works on the theory of knowledge, if written in the
    • truth a profound mystery.
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    • And in this activity of ‘divining’ they found a
    • cannot but be profoundly stirred by the fact that at the time
    • eyes of soul to something that is to be found there as a
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    • the original German will be found at the end of the present
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    • found in the ancient Mysteries. The problem of the
    • soul as a superstructure erected on the foundation of
    • Constantinople founded
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    • be found in the ancient Mystery teachings. We must see the
    • most profound mysteries for the present age. These mysteries
    • statements which are found in Saint-Martin only because they
    • also to be found to some extent in the Greek Mysteries and to
    • Palestinian Mysteries found no place in Romanism, for Rome
    • to Roman history therefore is to be found in the
    • solid foundation of material processes. It is important to
    • Swedenborg and Boehme. Alleged to have founded a Martinist
    • Berulensis (now lost), the Manichaean writings found at
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    • that the cosmos and man are founded on the threefold
    • was evident that, despite his profound erudition, despite the
    • something which carries profound implications, namely, that a
    • in divine life. And this conviction which was founded on an
    • Passion, the Death and Resurrection of Christ, can be found
    • — all these Christian ideas are to be found in the
    • sprang from those profound and original insights into the
    • they touch upon profound mysteries. And even today, if we
    • the most profound mysteries.
    • profound utterances St. Paul says: “If Christ be not
    • profound mystery. The most heinous crime in the history of
    • the solution of this enigma is found in the exemplary words
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    • have followed the path of mysticism have not found the
    • “withdraw from the world” is still to be found in
    • become so widespread? The answer is found in the words:
    • realization found expression in the following words:
    • the book he found the place where it was written: The spirit
    • their spirit with the spirit which He found in the world
    • impulse which found fourfold expression in the Gospels shows
    • separate languages and which is found in those whose words
    • fact remains that in contrast to other founders of religion,
    • call the Christ who is not to be found in nature, although He
    • is related to nature. He must be found in history as an
    • He believed that the Twelve Apostles had founded Apostolic
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    • earned by patient effort, that the most profound truths
    • profoundly Christian than those who forever have “Lord,
    • profoundly Christian in character. And here I would like to
    • which morals, law and religion are founded, into a vague
    • earlier theory.” Goethe does not say that he found an
    • have found it impossible to think of the world as once again
    • to a higher level is found in the Mystery of Golgotha, that
    • descended. It cannot be found where Darwin and his
    • found in the mighty events of prehistoric times.
    • frailties but only if they are founded on a true and concrete
    • must be founded upon this inner power. Every moral act must
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    • mind”, lies something extraordinarily profound,
    • These verses can be found in Goethes
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    • found amongst many of their contemporaries. One of these was
    • of what was later found in the Christian writings. Philo makes
    • of the soul carries profound implications; he implies
    • was founded on this principle. And suddenly the cry was
    • successor.” These words had profound implications.
    • Origen she found that this practice was in no way contrary to
    • Troy, he decided to found a new city, Constantinople,
    • the ambitious plan to found Constantinople, and the work was
    • He intended that the foundation of the
    • history. He therefore chose to lay the foundation stone at
    • endure for all time and proclaim the fame of its founder
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    • in reality a man with a profound and sincere love of truth, a
    • Indeed Julian's profound respect for truth has not its
    • day. He found that the Christian dogma had been introduced
    • attached to these teachings and they made a profound
    • undertake a comparative study of the Gospels and found many
    • come. And a way must be found to arrive at a real
    • found in ancient writings — makes a study of Christian
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    • founder of Western monasticism and monastic spirituality
    • theology in the nineteenth century were Bauer, founder of
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    • Church history. This history describes the founding of
    • found in an apparently continuous process, then it is here.
    • fields where peasants cultivated their crops were to be found
    • order to found a monastery dedicated to the service of the
    • found. Since I have already spoken of this earnest love of
    • but a profound science, different in character from that of
    • found in the well-known injunction of the Delphic oracle:
    • could be found in Aristotle's writings, but his
    • with a profound mystery of modern times. No matter what we
    • intuitively that Christ could only be found in the Mysteries.
    • ancient wisdom, the last traces of which Julian still found
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    • more beneficial they found it to commune with these souls.
    • ancestor of a tribe, folk-community or family they found it
    • his head to found an association on his own initiative, he
    • extremists — and between these two groups can be found
    • that these sentiments were born of a profound insight into
    • found here too — but, if the comparison is carried
    • be found because the State has no cells! If we think about
    • political science must be founded on a higher order of ideas,
    • fact that on the physical plane are to be found not only
    • — as scientific foundation of all ordinances and
    • motto. The Aufklärung wished to found everything on a
    • approach; some other way must be found to attract their
    • are to build afresh it must be from totally new foundations.
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    • to be found that which Otto Ludwig describes. It is found not
    • first sight seems perhaps extremely naive has profound
    • and reinforces what we believe, is founded on faith through
    • the “Kingdom”. This is one of the most profound
    • find that they are entirely founded on religious rites and
    • foundation. Thus people are willy-nilly brought face to face
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    • quite different things, built upon different foundations. The public
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    • the sun, not only are there none of the substances found on
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    • foundation of this, and this is even more the case with the
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    • today know that Amos Comenius was the actual founder of the
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    • combines it all together, he founds a universal newspaper and
    • resembles the things found in the
    • through Austria and found a word which has been formed there,
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    • found its be-all and end-all in people enriching themselves
    • cannot say that the judgments, ideas and notions to be found
    • found in Rome, is indeed older than our modern states. It had
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    • and has not found another one which suits him as well as the
    • way will only be found if those who have the inner
    • consciously and clearly considered and ways must be found to
    • could be found, and if this did not come from outside, people
    • It cannot be done. However, some people have not found a way
    • outsider attitude is to be found in our ranks exactly at this
    • profound seriousness and dignity, and to consider them in a
    • opponent. The real reason was not that he had found
    • will be found. But, people being as they are today, it is not
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    • be found for this. At Constantinople the spirit was made
    • future are very much mistaken. We need serious, profound
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    • assume the individual concerned found himself in a situation
    • at once, in dualism — to enter into profound thought
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    • for it has made a profound impression in the present time. I
    • this is an erudite, scholarly and truly profound individual,
    • profound.
    • which could be found again and again, came from economists
    • East. Last year I discussed the profound difference between
    • available. Such contrasts may be found in most areas, and we
    • Wilson's more recent tirades may be found in those pages.
    • Pretty words can always be found, even if the reality is
    • that was particularly to be found in the Theosophical
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    • the biblical term. Instead they are to be found in the human
    • has profound significance. The people of the nineteenth
    • found if one knows the spiritual background. It has to be
    • useful to consider this, for it has profound significance.
    • would have found a way of removing everything he had written
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    • alongside each other, in spite of the Press. Profoundly
    • clever people, many of them to be found as members of the
    • are not to be found in them.
    • they have air — not in the vacuum to be found under the
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    • Germanic human nature presents itself in a very profound way
    • I was sent a treatise on profound theosophical matters which
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    • darkness which came down with it laid an adequate foundation
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    • between the physical and the spiritual worlds can be found by
    • found. The most dangerous thing you can do in the immediate
    • found to vaccinate bodies so that these bodies will not allow
    • depth; they are in some respect profound. It is fair to say
    • that the people who have been least profound are the literary
    • will help us to be on our guard may be found hidden in Part 2 of
    • It is a profoundly significant symptom
    • It is necessary to take these things with profound seriousness
    • Characteristically, someone like Oswald Marbach only found
    • and in all dignity, the profound significance of the fall of
    • wrote the poem to mark the anniversary when Goethe found
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    • say that whilst the profound break came in 1841, the whole of
    • of profound significance has thus been initiated. One
    • a social phenomenon traced back to its spiritual foundations.
    • that Darwinism intervened so profoundly in human evolution,
    • This touches on a profound and most significant law of
    • The list can be found in Francis Delaisi's
    • one called so and so is doing that.’ Delaisi has found
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    • Lucifer for his drama. Much of Ahriman is to be found in both the
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    • evolution are not to be found in man, or are only to be found
    • is accepted by thousands of people as the most profound
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    • this civilisation was to be found only in India itself — it was
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    • study the last millennia prior to the founding of Christianity in a
    • founding of Christianity come to pass again afterwards in a certain
    • millennia prior to the founding of Christianity belong to an epoch in
    • the three millennia prior to the founding of Christianity man was losing
    • advance was made in the last millennium before the founding of Christianity,
    • in the Solomon-epoch. Thus the three millennia before the founding of
    • founding of Christianity. The preparation for this great event was
    • reveals Himself from the deepest foundations of the human soul. And
    • the victory over death the Christ would be found by clairvoyant
    • event. The Christ, now to be found in the spiritual sphere of the
    • the time of the founding of Christianity but that no progress would
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    • be founded only on an understanding of man.
    • individual, cannot be found in the world that holds good for his
    • to be found within the realm of natural forces, but outside
    • can be created out of nothing. The book has to be found and looked
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    • different. I have always thought of God in His power as founding
    • which the whole existence of the world is founded, and this suffering
    • instinctive experience of the spirit, found their way to concepts and
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    • most necessary confession of all. And it will be found that even the
    • super-sensible cognition can to-day be found in books such as
    • science — for that is founded on the senses and the intellect.
    • weaving, everywhere spiritual beings are to be found. They had
    • ideas acquired here on Earth. We have already found it necessary to
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    • found to belong to the Cosmos as a whole. We can see how in dreams
    • the laws of nature, laws founded on earthly conditions and earthly
    • that science here is not on firm ground. Hydrogen has been found
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    • this could be found by a man during the first millennia of earthly
    • must be found that will lead attention over from the evolution of man
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    • to be found in the colonised regions of the planetoids. With the
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    • never found people generally hostile. Those ancient times may often
    • spiritual worlds. Hence the Bodhisattvas found men ready to receive
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    • have found them to be animal bones transformed, and men's muscles to
    • found in this way. The difference can be seen only when we grasp how,
    • proof of this is to be found in the booklet just issued by our
    • Stuttgart, by means of exact scientific methods, a way has been found
    • it has been found possible to break down the purely material, so that
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    • Under hypnosis, the patient was found to have had, at an earlier
    • as this will be found with increasing frequency in life to-day. But if
    • is not to be found here, for it has to become spiritual
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    • foundations of existence. If we wish to grasp something
    • know this, for it is to be found in Rabbinical writings, and this
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    • pupils who have received it from the founders. This is the
    • one who works in the laboratory or the workshop and who founded the
    • illnesses, whose causes are sought for but not found because the
    • frequently we do not know where the causes of this are to be found.
    • these things gives a foundation for security, devotion, and peace in
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    • certainly never considered the founding of an institution
    • School was founded by our friend Molt
    • foundation can only be seen in the spiritual impulses that
    • spirit inwardly. To begin with, the spiritual cannot be found
    • where the sense phenomena are found; we come upon matter in
    • by many to be the spirit that can be found in the inner self.
    • childish. Childishness is frequently found to be a
    • the actual reality of these physical things be found (red).
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    • has found disciples here. One of them, for example, is
    • as from any number of practical spheres, always found the
    • lightly; they are brought up from the very foundations of
    • without such insight, talk not founded on reality, which will
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    • are found to be not graphic
    • I found an
    • spiritual-scientific foundations in
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    • really is nothing. Inwardly, on the other hand, he has found
    • social organism are found in different regions of the earth,
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    • life of thought than is found, for example, in modern
    • reflection of this spiritual life is found in Central Europe,
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    • Swabian spirit with its depth, as found in a few select
    • or universal reason. During the profound inner experience
    • nevertheless remains profound — for the experience
    • deeper occult foundations of which I spoke here a few days ago.
    • profound questions dealing with world concepts. The decay of
    • or we founder in what people immediately became enmeshed in
    • found that it is the economic thinking that flourishes
    • universities should be abolished in order to found a type
    • by the Haeckel Foundation
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    • elements are to a large extent founded entirely on egoism. In
    • was the foundation of Nietzsche's first world conception. He
    • be, founded on statistics today.
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    • yet cannot be found in nature.
    • therefore ensues here that is not yet found in nature. Now
    • could form a sort of natural foundation for the social life
    • kingdom, on the other hand, is actually found in the etheric
    • kingdom is found in the astral body, and the mineral kingdom
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    • spiritual life by founding it upon the human
    • turn, becomes the foundation for the reality of the future,
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    • Still others will found clubs, social associations, women's
    • initiation centers those who were found to be sufficiently
    • profound mysteries. On the other hand, there is nothing
    • foundation.
    • in the human being for what is asserting itself with profound
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    • at the foundation of everything that constitutes work for the
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    • more and more people can be found who will receive it into
    • be found that could carry on the work independently? Well,
    • they were found. They were found here in Berlin, too. And
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    • Waldorf School that was founded in Stuttgart. In teaching and
    • in future times. It was therefore out of a profound intuitive
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    • platform for his ideas. Found some support from B. Tucker and
    • London chaired by Mrs. Besant. Found no support here for the
    • foundation; Goethe's intuitive perception of nature and his
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    • Founded 1118 by Hugues de Payen to protect pilgrims on
    • invasion. A full account will be found in The
    • Osman I or Ottoman (d. 1326) who founded the Turkish empire
    • Founder and president of the ‘General Association of
    • Alfonso de Liguori (1696–1787) founded the
    • (1509–64). Founded the theological academy in Geneva.
    • poet. His philosophy has a profound mystical quality.
    • Co-founder of the first International.
    • Conception. Movement founded by Döllinger in Munich
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    • impulse of expanding Catholicism found in the Holy Roman
    • the Eastern areas, is profoundly influenced by those events
    • — the inner aspect which is found amongst those who
    • found, of course, in the episode of Avignon, where everything
    • an epoch when these impulses underwent a profound
    • profound influence upon the later development of life in
    • question, but no new symbol is found to replace them. The
    • to be found. The dawning of the Consciousness Soul signifies
    • after the powers had found scope for their activity, gave a
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    • which James I found himself at the beginning of the
    • found. And this no doubt accounts for the enigma of
    • Crusades that there was founded the Order of the Templars
    • these so-called liberal ideas which found so little support.
    • is the first of those tenets which have found their way into
    • earlier, was in some respect the founding father of modern
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    • prepared to accept a true cosmology founded upon a knowledge
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    • Revolution is to be found in the deeper impulses of
    • they to have had? A fruitful answer can only be found today
    • understanding must take hold of mankind it is so rarely found
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    • profound emotion. For here we touch upon one of the deepest
    • constantly remind you that this is a truth of profound
    • profound untruthfulness is sweeping over the world in that
    • lay a firm foundation for an understanding of the Mystery of
    • truth is found to be unpalatable and one is regarded as a
    • a splendid thing if only a few people could have been found
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    • did not wish to suppress anything that could be found in the
    • Weimar. The complete plan of my book can be found in the last
    • archives founded by the Grand Duchess began publication at
    • one could observe the profound influence of the new artistic
    • crosslegged on the floor because he found it convenient to
    • to be found in Goethe's conversations with his
    • Many, of course, have found this section somewhat repugnant
    • that my contemporaries found unpalatable in my book
    • firm scientific foundation. Freedom is the only word which
    • of things — of peace founded on justice, of peace
    • of such slogans as peace founded on justice, or peace imposed
    • found an audience, an audience whom many would now regard as
    • lukewarm. It found limited support in the circles associated
    • years found its way into Russia, but, for this reason, most
    • literature — the Magazin had been founded in
    • usually found him in bed. Occasionally we would while away an
    • have nonetheless found their way
    • without the solid foundation of a science of freedom were
    • reality can only be found in the firm inner discipline of a
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    • could be found in his entourage, but he was in no way
    • people who never found a hearing were aware to some extent
    • rests upon a solid scientific foundation. At the present time
    • also found that his university education held little interest
    • artistic in Goethe rests upon the solid foundation of a
    • cause for rejection is to be found in that barbarism which in
    • present catastrophe. It is profoundly symbolic that a few
    • three personalities exercised a profound influence upon
    • words of profound truth, namely, that Wilsonism will bring
    • different spheres of life are founded an Goetheanism we shall
    • become worse confounded, it is futile to ask: what must the
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    • concluded today. We must have a profound understanding of
    • which still exercises a profound influence on men today
    • revelation for future generations. We express a profound
    • founded which had a certain importance.
    • also founded in Russia you will reply. Now to employ the same
    • sovereignty, to found a terrestrial state which is at the
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    • population can still be found here and there amongst certain
    • they have found it. In order to form a true picture of the
    • profoundly the relation between man and nature, that man is
    • different religions. He found that they had a great deal in
    • Aufklärer found this to be reasonable. And Tindal who
    • today the Grail atmosphere is found today in Russia. And the
    • will be found in all men in the civilized world.
    • Russian nature, especially its piety, must have found the
    • which is founded upon the free communion of souls on
    • found in the way I have described.
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    • because this was the foundation of economic life, prosperity
    • unfounded. He says: Let us consider the increase in the human
    • Workers' Associations were founded and that the help and
    • super-structure, an ideology erected on the foundation of
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    • abstract path, but that have been sought and found in the
    • But this system of taxation, once more, can only be found by
    • materialism found entry into Russia. Men believed in
    • Materialism, because they found it useful and profitable for
    • other points of view, for example that of Nietzsche, found
    • and to trade and the life; and how the cities were founded,
    • places it was no different — every time, one found
    • dawn, by founding a “Wilsoneanum.” True, as yet,
    • least of it, the “Wilsoneanum” is being founded
    • indeed be founded. Therefore a Goetheanum was to stand here
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    • arrogance and conceit is to be found in the intelligentsia of
    • the matter thus in its foundations, my dear friends, then
    • dear friends, is only possible on a foundation such as is
    • think today and indeed, on the foundations of our present
    • between man and man, which can after all only be founded on a
    • — indeed in the rarest cases — to be found in the
    • foundations of one's soul is in many respects a very
    • discriminate it, from what is here to be found. For,
    • real foundations? Where do we find them speaking on the
    • founded without any relation to other societies. Outwardly
    • you have the material foundation for a Thought-form. But as
    • different foundation.
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    • therefore that human labor on Earth has found, so to speak, a
    • the foundation of this inner conflict of the soul. Today,
    • of judgment might be found among us — a new power of
    • new thing into the evolution of mankind. We must not confound
    • for reality which lies at the very foundation of
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    • revolutionary. He founded a school of thought written in so
    • inmost nerve of whose thought is to found a system which
    • my dear friends, the intention is to found a social order to
    • content of the World-riddle is not to be found with that with
    • through misfortune that mankind found the Christ, we too
    • all this and many other things arose on the foundation of
    • very foundations of all our social order the character of
    • only dive to the deeper foundations which underlie the
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    • book is found, there may be no great surprise about
    • profound interest in and respect for the triumphs of
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    • to be found only in spiritual science. Spiritual science
    • traditions, to be found everywhere, of a divine Trinity.
    • beautiful but lacks all foundation. Such a statement is just
    • Oh, but the earth lacks all foundation—planets and
    • found what mankind so sorely needs. Like so many others who
    • found what spiritual science can reveal about it. He had both
    • or as much of it as Plenge found suitable for his purpose. He
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    • founded a philosophy of the world of stars. He interpreted
    • Drews, no historical Christ Jesus can be found through
    • found in either Tauler or Eckart. It is a different matter
    • understood by Drews. In Boehme the Christ can be found for it
    • is of Him that he speaks. Christ is to be found neither in
    • situation in the early 1760s is investigated, it is found to
    • that a new path, a new connection, be found to truth and
    • learned that a new link to reality has to be found. In the
    • place!”— whereupon it is immediately found that
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    • there is water or a metal ore. Thus Benedikt found that if
    • dowsing it is found that the simple man instinctively
    • foundation. Through such experiments it is shown, for
    • reality. Imagine if a painter found it contradictory that his
    • to bear nor to deal with. I found it necessary today to draw
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    • personality like Franz Brentano found particularly
    • foundation of the evolution of thought itself. This led to
    • knowledge a path is found to the spiritual reality with which
    • good, Brentano, again after decades of struggle, found an
    • comprehensiveness in outlook seldom found in those who refuse
    • have entered a region where the solutions are to be found.
    • which no satisfactory solution can be found unless sought in
    • impulse to arise anew on the foundation of spiritual
    • really matter, no remedy will be found. It is essential to
    • firm foundation of the science of the spirit. What must
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    • turn to the kind of guidance to be found in the writings of
    • merely depicted I. What is found along this path in
    • Yet it will be found that we enrich the thought picture of
    • he had found lying dead in a field. Gypsies think nothing of
    • any ill effects. The person who found the gypsy eating,
    • are found dead, only animals that have been slaughtered. And
    • pantheistic it must be assumed that an animal found dead must
    • obvious connections can be found between one's experiences in
    • picture of our I is the foundation of our next incarnation,
    • “Free Russia,” founded for the purpose of
    • pleased he was that they had found one another again and how
    • that the words could be found which would enable people to
    • As I said one wishes the words could be found that make clear
    • regard to Brentano. I would indeed have found it
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    • through spiritual science. They cannot be found through
    • he reached the age of 27 and found no possibility to do
    • then at the age of say 31 he found himself in some public
    • future. If such a person could be found in the modern world,
    • he came to present his annual balance sheet, it was found
    • strength will also be found to cope. He sometimes had to
    • ironic remarks that found their target. Thus he managed to
    • everything to prevent war, when suddenly they found
    • impulses which from Britain laid the foundations for war
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    • never be the foundation, in a higher sense, for an existence
    • with the printed word, with everything to be found in books.
    • still loftier saying the foundation for his whole world view,
    • laying the foundation for what I now call the science of the
    • conception of time is a most fruitful foundation on which to
    • thinking. Just as the footprints, though found in the soil,
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    • begin to be founded. The ancient rural civilisation, based on the
    • Böhme proclaimed great, profound truths. Whence did he obtain
    • idea rose up before Wagner's soul as he descended into still more profound
    • of the Middle Ages an ancient legend found its way into German poetry
    • but now upon a deeper foundation, it becomes the expression of the
    • profound views of the Middle Ages, setting forth the dawn of a new
    • civilisation. Once more Wagner seeks a still more profound
    • lived in the profound depths of Wagner's soul. He deeply felt what was
    • Ego-consciousness, and he characterised it profoundly in the first
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    • foundation, upon another living being. The mistletoe is one of these
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    • a pure virgin. A virgin is found who is willing to sacrifice herself.
    • the root-legends which can also be found in a somewhat different form in
    • found.
    • foundation of the view which induced Wagner to become a strict vegetarian.
    • What lies at the foundation of Parsifal? What is the meaning of
    • who held it suspended in the air until Titurel found them and built
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    • foundation for: carrying certain essential themes to a
    • in others — both ill-founded. But something else might
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    • technicians can be found. One such was Reuleaux who from his
    • Ahrimanic forces — the sane which are found in the
    • element. The purely Ahrimanic is never found alone; but to
    • to be found in the whole Building; each part of the whole
    • Building has a concrete foundation, with inner motives which
    • feeling. The concrete foundation and the wooden part are the
    • much in the foundation of the physical world as in the
    • selfless devotion to it, and found their way wonderfully into
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    • earth-lives. In the same way we have found that the limb-man,
    • humanity was to be found under varied forms in the most
    • spiritual foundations for humanity, although it is just in
    • be found) will say: “What I feel, what is destined to
    • was founded. Looking at it from outside one
    • found it to knowledge of the natural world. This needs to be
    • social structure for humanity can be founded. Such a
    • structure cannot be founded on what nowadays is called the
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    • found in recent history. A certain fraternity, known to you
    • spiritual scientific knowledge, that they are profound,
    • found within it. It is as though the unconscious purpose was
    • be found in accounts of a personality such as St. Bernard Of
    • of Faith is indeed to be found in every age, but it is not always
    • foundation for the advent of the power of Faith: I mean, the
    • The Romans had found things very uncomfortable after the
    • profound spiritual perception lived in the spreading waves of
    • conceal the greatness of the Christ-idea and the profound
    • really to be found in the spiritual. What do those find who
    • so often say, “I have found an inner connection with my
    • say we “believe” we have found God, means nothin;
    • found an anti-Roman Christianity with its centre in
    • political economy from their foundations. The profound fact
    • poverty-stricken in conceptions. We can found no social
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    • Bernard of Clairvaux found their way to their God through the
    • founder of the so-called sect of the “Waldenses,”
    • of revelation but they are neither the foundation on which
    • matters is what the Church declares is to be found in them. I
    • found amongst us who hear with joy any praise of Spiritual
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    • founding of Rome), ends about 27 B.C.; the second runs from
    • founded on what man experiences when, as man, he begins to
    • whereas the Ahrimanic, founded on fear of the spiritual, is
    • increasingly been founded on “fear of the
    • inclination towards it, such as is to be found, albeit in a
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    • in ancient times, because Christ was no longer to be found in
    • imperishable to be found?
    • for the future. Further, there is the Society founded to
    • center of the family, and the family is the foundation of the
    • dying. You will see, if you think of what is to be found in
    • found in this sphere. It really is a paradox to find that the
    • and where the real ones are to be found.
    • for a new edition. I see that in it may be found everything
    • thick books. But read attentively and it will be found that
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    • in truth a matter of penetrating into the most profound mysteries of
    • list of relevant literature will be found at the end of the volume,
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    • karma is left behind before man enters the Sun-existence; it is found
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    • to us the actual effects of karmic connections, I have found it
    • life of culture far surpassing anything to be found in Europe in
    • remarkable events, of profound significance in history. Haroun al
    • bringing with him his profoundly significant impulses for the
    • Brothers had been founded, when Rosicrucianism had already been at
    • having themselves laid the foundation for this meeting when they
    • returned home — he was all alone — he found another man
    • founder of modern socialism. And the man who had seized his estate
    • of the Alsace of to-day, he found himself extraordinarily attracted
    • gods that he found in Alsace, and also in Germany and Switzerland. He
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    • Anthroposophical Movement since the Christmas Foundation Meeting at
    • founded, this question was really being asked, out of a deep occult
    • Foundation Meeting) I had said that I would undertake the leadership
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting, an entirely new element must come into
    • individuality we found again as Amos Comenius, whose field of action
    • which he founded upon earth — the mere researching into the
    • companions founded the Bishopric of Canterbury. What afterwards took
    • place at Canterbury began essentially with this foundation. The
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    • approach to the world. It considers only the broad foundations of
    • concentration of all that is to be found outspread in the far spaces
    • upon a man who lived about a hundred years before the founding of
    • first century before the founding of Christianity, when they had
    • The members of this mission founded Canterbury, where the bishopric
    • of Canterbury — the town of Canterbury, as I said, was founded
    • bourgeois, commonplace husband, again sank down into the foundations
    • hundred years after the founding of Christianity, we have an
    • that time — a hundred years after the founding of Christianity
    • III and Henry IV, took a profound interest in the history of the
    • really only now found himself, who for the first time found the style
    • Foundation Meeting. We must in future go bravely and boldly forward
    • this connection, you will see that what is said is founded on
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    • the past than in the future, for which the foundations have yet to be
    • deepest foundations of the soul. We must realise what a stupendous
    • foundations, as well as out into the cosmic All. And in the early
    • Christmas Foundations Meeting
    • his life of soul to an understanding of the profound wisdom contained
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    • my autobiography: Karl Julius Schröer. When I arrived I found
    • him profoundly shocked, as numbers were, by what had happened. And
    • to a Throne found life utterly worthless — a state of mind
    • whom a brilliant future was beckoning, found life utterly
    • motive that his utterances were sometimes profoundly significant. And
    • Meyerling destiny and it was found that in the personality of the
    • to-day is so profoundly moving.
    • sensitivity in earlier epochs of history than is to be found in
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    • with the very foundations of human life. Nevertheless, it is very
    • circumstances of daily life. Then came the time when I found
    • the foundation of the Anthroposophical Society, but did not succeed
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    • sense-organs — are, in reality, such profoundly wise
    • the Christmas Foundation, is intended to be a complete expression of
    • without foundation! He did not become an
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    • certain types of human beings can be observed, and it will be found
    • remains longer. Any physical substance that can be found in the
    • human being really is. We must include something that is to be found,
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    • spiritual foundations the primeval Teachers possessed a totally
    • its purpose. For in those days all such activity was founded upon a
    • where the foundations of karma are laid.
    • Moon Beings. Investigations of this kind are profoundly interesting
    • Beings who left the earth long ago and founded a kind of Moon colony
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    • What a human being has within him can be founded only upon forces
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    • physical organism but he elaborates what is otherwise to be found in
    • They lie mainly in the hidden, occult foundations of the
    • after the founding of Christianity, up to about the 8th or 9th
    • incarnation in the first seven or eight centuries after the founding
    • founding of Christianity. In these centuries the feeling in the human
    • known him in his youth and confess that I was astonished when I found
    • are to be found everywhere. But something else of the same kind can
    • also be found at a higher level of life. I have always been
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    • is founded on the experiences of earthly life.
    • — He had been profoundly moved by the grandeur and majesty of
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    • this day, and to found a colony there in order to be able to see with
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    • is in truth a matter of penetrating into the most profound
    • connected with our Christmas Foundation Meeting. We must be deeply
    • entirely new foundation of the Anthroposophical Society. And there
    • Christmas Foundation, the same habits persist — jealousies,
    • contain no higher spirituality than is to be found in the
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    • understood, produced a profoundly moving impression in those who
    • cult which has found its place in the Christian Community, and with
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    • be found that when human beings perish together, let us say in an
    • in the case of a railway accident it will generally be found that
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    • Foundations of an occult psychology out of Imaginative
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    • founded the General Anthroposophical Society, which today
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    • was founded on a completely different basis.He would probably
    • resounded that found its most radical expression in the Greek
    • his environment. The ancient Oriental culture was founded
    • mystery colonies were founded in Egypt and in North Africa,
    • colonies transported from the Orient and founded in Western
    • to cultivate the egoity, everything is founded on fear. With
    • us, who had to suppress the ego, everything was founded on
    • the lymph. Subtle shades of difference are to be found even
    • between East and West, though this balance must be found.
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    • inadequately if one fails to see as its foundation a
    • Father God cannot be found by an ordinary study of the world.
    • untruth has thus found its way into modern religious
    • foundation of the world, a form that would have a different
    • really found in ourselves the beginning of spiritual
    • God lies at the foundation of a world revealing itself to our
    • God lies at the foundation of the world that I can see with
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    • objectively the human soul life itself, and we found that
    • etheric body. We also found that feeling develops itself
    • outside him. In what is to be found outside the human body,
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    • regarding this web of thought to be found between the etheric
    • hand we have found what is of the nature of will, and we
    • more to the other side, to the web of thought that we found
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    • confront us in public life, are founded on the loose
    • things are found again through spiritual science, one comes
    • birth. One point of view is to be found in the lecture course
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    • which are to be found between the etheric body and the
    • someday cells will be found to have the most complicated
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    • and have found that this soul development takes place as
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    • what is found in the Akashic Chronicle, this theologian still
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    • of how the human being, when he founds a religion or when he
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    • founded on anything in earthly life — then we create
    • university view, which has no reasonable foundation. We find
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    • whose legends have recently been dscovered and which are found to correspond
    • the loftiest things which can be found again with great effort
    • foundation; it dissolves into nothing if we really observe things.
    • does not exist as yet upon the earth. It cannot as yet be found
    • which can be gained here.” Soon afterwards I found the solution
    • history knows that he was a profound initiate in many different
    • necessarily have found the Christ in his retrospective survey. But
    • foundation under your feet.” This is what he would say, and he
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    • whose legends have recently been dscovered and which are found to correspond
    • the loftiest things which can be found again with great effort
    • foundation; it dissolves into nothing if we really observe things.
    • does not exist as yet upon the earth. It cannot as yet be found
    • which can be gained here.” Soon afterwards I found the solution
    • history knows that he was a profound initiate in many different
    • necessarily have found the Christ in his retrospective survey. But
    • foundation under your feet.” This is what he would say, and he
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    • must continually be found again, and ever again.
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    • must continually be found again, and ever again.
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    • has the great teacher given so much of the foundations of method and
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    • say, if he found words at all, — would not be
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    • Astronomy, founded as it is on the Copernican system, it has
    • excluded from the foundations of modern Astronomy. We will
    • finding broader foundations in order to be able to judge the
    • as they exist outside man, upon broader foundations than
    • we not led in this way to broader foundations, making it
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    • realm can only be found through such views as were brought
    • firm foundation for true Astronomy.
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    • Hill. He had founded a kind of Cabaret and wanted to read his
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    • similar will be found as regards metabolism and
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    • only found fully conscious expression. Men were perplexed as
    • something real is to be found in general or universal
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    • build on this foundation a “psychology of the
    • be found, — where in effect we should be living in
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    • found, — it is “discovered” to be a
    • use; we only use them because we happen to have found them.
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    • from quite simple foundations, ideas with which most of you
    • found in any mathematical text-book relating to the subject.)
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    • Heavens would be found in other regions too. Take then this
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    • which we have found prevailing among such men as Aristarchus
    • together. Yet in the end it is found that if one does admit
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    • man than to indulge in so many fantastic and unfounded
    • found a true cosmic counterpart of the characteristic
    • not to be found within the physical at all, yet without doubt
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    • mental habits, would gladly found their understanding of
    • found ourselves obliged to assume a certain relationship of
    • prove necessary then, for more profound research into the
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    • the relevant geometrical positions which are to be found in
    • result, — in full agreement with what we also found observing
    • profound change was taking place in the whole way of
    • can indeed be found throughout Anthroposophical spiritual
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    • research and testing them by what is found in the field of
    • Sooner or later we must get beyond the old foundations of
    • transcend the accepted foundations of present-day physical
    • foundations. If he succeeds in this, then he will find the
    • way — for it can be found — from the
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    • continue. He observed the plant in its development and found the
    • of a sheep which he found on the Lido in Venice, showed him that the
    • your attention to some notes that I found in the Goethe-Archives when I was
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    • continue. He observed the plant in its development and found the
    • of a sheep which he found on the Lido in Venice, showed him that the
    • your attention to some notes that I found in the Goethe-Archives when I was
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    • The profound
    • profound wisdom. It is probable that the commercial, materialistic
    • and then anthroposophical study of the symbols and parables to be found
    • leaves depend upon forces that are not to be found on the Earth but
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
    • distortion and lunacy. It will be found that the Calendar indicates
    • The answer to this question will be found in the Calendar itself. As its
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    • The profound
    • profound wisdom. It is probable that the commercial, materialistic
    • and then anthroposophical study of the symbols and parables to be found
    • leaves depend upon forces that are not to be found on the Earth but
    • appeared. In this Calendar will be found signs that differ from those
    • distortion and lunacy. It will be found that the Calendar indicates
    • The answer to this question will be found in the Calendar itself. As its
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    • comparison. Imagine that someone found a piece of matter, some kind
    • in this way. It can only speak in such a way that everything found on
    • to the conclusion that all rocks found on our earth have in the final
    • scientific point of view, I have actually found only one individual
    • to its earlier position. Such starch cells are found in all plants
    • the spiritual life lying at the foundation of everything!’ Then
    • confirmed that the origin of all things is to be found in the domain
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    • comparison. Imagine that someone found a piece of matter, some kind
    • in this way. It can only speak in such a way that everything found on
    • to the conclusion that all rocks found on our earth have in the final
    • scientific point of view, I have actually found only one individual
    • to its earlier position. Such starch cells are found in all plants
    • the spiritual life lying at the foundation of everything!’ Then
    • confirmed that the origin of all things is to be found in the domain
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    • found most characteristically expressed in the ‘bon
    • this impulse, which only found its most characteristic
    • laid the foundations of his celestial materialism — for
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    • influence at that time, we found the declining aspect of the
    • hand, we found the other aspect — the rise of the way
    • and restricts himself to a science purely and simply founded
    • Earth-intellect, even as it can be found in the deep depths
    • of the Earth, — just as the Christ-Child is found in a
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    • only to be found up yonder in the Heavens, but that man too
    • for the true inner Man, who can only be found within us by
    • can be found in man himself, the evolution of man, is
    • healthy feeling of the truth can only be sought and found
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    • animals are found — the astral world — is called
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    • parts when we have laid the right foundation for this through
    • On Saturn we formed the first foundations of the physical
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    • something very similar to them, could also be found in that
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    • There a colony was founded, and from this centre colonists
    • found by the Europeans when America was rediscovered. Another
    • directed his gaze to the stars, and laid the foundations of
    • teachings given to mankind in Christianity are so profound,
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    • subject to his conscious will. The foundations of this are
    • through the Mystery of the Holy Supper. The profound meaning
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    • foundations for the “I am” earlier, and
    • the third age the foundations were laid for the Christ Power
    • from it again. Here we see a profound truth of occult
    • principles of initiation, such as were to be found in various
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    • mechanical-naturalistic foundation. This spiritual life is only
    • more profound souls almost in the form of a prayer by saying: the
    • felt in this star wisdom something which gave Maya a foundation
    • to be found. But one had to look up to the eternal Cosmic Word
    • did not think that this reality could be found on earth. Those
    • sphere, to the divine-spiritual which cannot be found on earth.
    • place in the development of humanity was that people once found
    • resounded from the cosmos. This Word could no longer be found
    • stirring and profound how the Gospels – now it is related
    • knowledge man may hope for a perennial Bethlehem. A profound
    • of all we must reach Christ. A profound intimate deepening of the
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    • mechanical-naturalistic foundation. This spiritual life is only
    • more profound souls almost in the form of a prayer by saying: the
    • felt in this star wisdom something which gave Maya a foundation
    • to be found. But one had to look up to the eternal Cosmic Word
    • did not think that this reality could be found on earth. Those
    • sphere, to the divine-spiritual which cannot be found on earth.
    • place in the development of humanity was that people once found
    • resounded from the cosmos. This Word could no longer be found
    • stirring and profound how the Gospels – now it is related
    • knowledge man may hope for a perennial Bethlehem. A profound
    • of all we must reach Christ. A profound intimate deepening of the
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    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • FOUNDATIONS OF
    • appeal to us most of all. For in order to gain a foundation and a
    • way of thinking and a scientific mentality the foundations of
    • foundation of Anthroposophy, which is so often accused of
    • scientific character of Anthroposophy and its foundations, let me
    • point in the foundations of Anthroposophy is to go out from
    • be found in sense perception. In that case we begin to notice
    • sanguine person. The physical foundation of desires could soon be
    • foundation of desires can therefore be seen in the temperament,
    • foundation of such visions, which are so beautiful and poetic in
    • foundation. It must be shown that an anthroposophist above all
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    • This lecture is in a 3 lecture series entitled: Foundations of
    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • FOUNDATIONS OF
    • appeal to us most of all. For in order to gain a foundation and a
    • way of thinking and a scientific mentality the foundations of
    • foundation of Anthroposophy, which is so often accused of
    • scientific character of Anthroposophy and its foundations, let me
    • point in the foundations of Anthroposophy is to go out from
    • be found in sense perception. In that case we begin to notice
    • sanguine person. The physical foundation of desires could soon be
    • foundation of desires can therefore be seen in the temperament,
    • foundation of such visions, which are so beautiful and poetic in
    • foundation. It must be shown that an anthroposophist above all
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    • reasonable foundation. We find instead that in the past, man gave
    • realized fully and profoundly. This knowledge will not be
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    • reasonable foundation. We find instead that in the past, man gave
    • realized fully and profoundly. This knowledge will not be
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    • it had found an abode in man, it dwelt fully in man, and man had
    • anthroposophical foundation come truths which call for that inner
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    • it had found an abode in man, it dwelt fully in man, and man had
    • anthroposophical foundation come truths which call for that inner
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    • emphasized that a person standing upon the foundation of
    • foundation if we do not remain standing halfway, but use our
    • things, because the foundation of the physical world lies in the
    • found in certain religions, as Metempsychosis. Yet spiritual
    • day a solution can really be found, it will somehow come to the
    • spiritual investigation cannot be found with the aid of ordinary
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    • emphasized that a person standing upon the foundation of
    • foundation if we do not remain standing halfway, but use our
    • things, because the foundation of the physical world lies in the
    • found in certain religions, as Metempsychosis. Yet spiritual
    • day a solution can really be found, it will somehow come to the
    • spiritual investigation cannot be found with the aid of ordinary
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    • by a more profound research. This has already been done here for
    • foundation of feeling lie the metal influences coming from the
    • foundation of all this? It is based on the fact that there is a
    • the present, then the life foundation of the past through that
    • contains a profound foreboding, far profounder than the truths in
    • this kind may be found, both in the useful fields and in the
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    • by a more profound research. This has already been done here for
    • foundation of feeling lie the metal influences coming from the
    • foundation of all this? It is based on the fact that there is a
    • the present, then the life foundation of the past through that
    • contains a profound foreboding, far profounder than the truths in
    • this kind may be found, both in the useful fields and in the
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    • good impulses. All this was prepared upon the foundation of the
    • founding of Rome, so that 747 years of the 2160 years forming one
    • different foundations, than, for instance, those of family-ties,
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    • good impulses. All this was prepared upon the foundation of the
    • founding of Rome, so that 747 years of the 2160 years forming one
    • different foundations, than, for instance, those of family-ties,
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    • man developed out of his natural foundations, as to how he
    • it. Although we may feel deep pleasure, profound satisfaction and
    • super-sensible essence of man and of the universe can be found.
    • ancient connection with the Divine. It cannot even be found by
    • found, if we apply the strict, exact method of thinking which is
    • on the foundation of a purely natural and sensory world
    • reason it is unfounded and only rooted in human egoism to say:
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    • man developed out of his natural foundations, as to how he
    • it. Although we may feel deep pleasure, profound satisfaction and
    • super-sensible essence of man and of the universe can be found.
    • ancient connection with the Divine. It cannot even be found by
    • found, if we apply the strict, exact method of thinking which is
    • on the foundation of a purely natural and sensory world
    • reason it is unfounded and only rooted in human egoism to say:
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    • Foundations of Anthroposophy, and a 10 lecture series entitled,
    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • conscience, for he knows that he does not speak on the foundation
    • foundation for a knowledge of the evolution of the world also
    • foundation of super-sensible knowledge.
    • primordial epochs that part of man which lies at the foundation
    • foundation of natural science we only have hypotheses in regard
    • upon a natural-scientific foundation, we must envisage the
    • this scientific foundation, will also find that finally the
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    • Foundations of Anthroposophy, and a 10 lecture series entitled,
    • Foundations of Anthroposophy,
    • conscience, for he knows that he does not speak on the foundation
    • foundation for a knowledge of the evolution of the world also
    • foundation of super-sensible knowledge.
    • primordial epochs that part of man which lies at the foundation
    • foundation of natural science we only have hypotheses in regard
    • upon a natural-scientific foundation, we must envisage the
    • this scientific foundation, will also find that finally the
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    • necessary to found a new religion; the time for this has
    • spiritual life which lies at the foundation of all physical
    • communicated anew. All the great founders of religion can be
    • found among such leaders.
    • foundation for a new way of proclaiming spiritual truths.
    • as Christian Rosenkreutz, founded, with quite a small number
    • Rosicrucians. It is not necessary to found a new religion,
    • years. At Athens, St. Paul had founded a school, whose leader
    • say: I stand firmly upon the foundation of the ancient
    • certain number of men to live upon the foundation of old
    • be found in the physical world. It will bring us knowledge of
    • spiritual foundations of the world. It does not change us
    • founding of the Anthroposophical Society, in Sept. 1912,
    • founded the Anthroposophical Society.
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    • the course of time appear well founded and
    • shall see what kind of consciousness lies at the foundation
    • foundation of human intelligence, enabling us to form
    • consciousness of the mineral world is to be found.
    • the same substances can be found in living beings as in
    • found for the world of the minerals? We have already seen
    • foundation of every growth and of every organic structure; in
    • sensation can be found in the physical world in a phenomenon
    • name could be found for it! Why? — Because this member
    • of the plants are to be found, and it draws its strength from
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    • even be found in ordinary life, during the shock which one
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    • outside constitutes the foundation of a dream's symbolical
    • echo of this may be found in dreams. In this connection you
    • This lies at the foundation of Christ's words: “Unless
    • there is a fourth region in Devachan. Up to now we have found
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    • foundations. Spiritual science therefore is not for brooding
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    • best which could be found in that direction were the parents
    • found outside in Nature, and these substances continually go
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    • satisfaction, but it also profoundly satisfies our heart and
    • sadness in the next life. The opposite may be found in people
    • you something which contributed to he founding of the
    • aspect of materialism is to be found in science, for there
    • contradiction be found between Christianity and the law of
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    • foundation of the temple-cult of Apis in ancient Egypt, and
    • foundation of each of the members of the human being was laid
    • for what has just been said may be found by considering the
    • the first foundation of the physical body was merely a
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    • first foundation of man's physical body was laid upon Saturn.
    • purely physical aspect and their first foundation was then
    • first foundation of the eye, the ear, of every sense-organ
    • Saturn which may still be found to-day, are those which
    • foundation of his physical body; everything, else, the blood,
    • formed the first foundation of that which developed later on
    • beginning implanted into the physical foundation of man's
    • the Ego had your eye's foundation not been prepared at that
    • in the earth; it decays, but it forms the foundation of a new
    • upon the Sun with a new foundation and it became permeated
    • what lay at the foundation of this mystery, and no wisdom was
    • the physical foundation of the sense-organs, transformed
    • foundation of a nervous system. The kingdom which had reached
    • Comparatively speaking, the Moon's foundation consisted of a
    • a kind of mineral plant, The whole foundation of the Moon was
    • walked over such a peaty ground or vegetable foundation, and
    • plant-animals grew out of this whole foundation, and above
    • of this foundation.
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    • found its way back, as it were, to the Sun, and as a result a
    • found the first foundation of the sensory apparatus which we
    • found (they must exist at the bottom of the Atlantic Ocean),
    • foundation had indeed existed for some time, and the
    • Atlantean clairvoyance even had a physical foundation. For
    • down the line of the generations, as far as the founder of
    • foundation of social life, did not exist among the
    • which have a profound meaning, spiritual wisdom defines the
    • the same spirit which lies at the foundation of spiritual
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    • built them up; whereas the mica foundation is related to that
    • foundation of gneiss has developed out of the sepals and
    • indeed, received the foundation of sight upon Saturn, but in
    • was not possible to speak of an Ego foundation. In regard to
    • Ego-feeling, a first foundation of such a feeling, developed
    • beings then also learned the first foundations of counting
    • founded the first culture of the post-Atlantean epoch, the
    • A second colony went out from the Gobi desert and founded a
    • into Asia Minor and founded the Chaldean-Babylonian-Egyptian
    • descended most profoundly into the external world. Compare,
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    • being it formed the first foundation of his blood. But long
    • knew that Christianity has a foundation: that which once
    • of all other founders of religions. What the others gave was
    • religions you may eliminate the founders of these religions
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    • foundation of everything which exists in the created world
    • path leads in the surest and profoundest way to a knowledge
    • easily fall into delusive fancies without a firm foundation
    • can be found in Nature.
    • foundation.
    • foundations of Nature.
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    • worlds, and these rules have existed ever since the founder
    • found these words strangely correct; for they are true
    • once entered Paradise„ he found the Tree of Knowledge
    • this forms its foundation. But death was connected with this
    • race, decayed, whereas those who had progressed, founded new
    • foundations of your sensory system existed; only this existed
    • Christ Jesus was walking along with his disciples, they found
    • (What is the Foundation of Spiritual Research),
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    • the most profound mysteries of existence, for within the sphere of
    • literature will be found at the end of this volume, together with a
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    • on the Christmas Foundation Meeting
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    • from us, has streamed downwards and is now to be found within the
    • aeons is now to be found within the souls of men on earth. And in the
    • way in which it is no longer sought today is to be found when one
    • is taken of the fact that the Intelligence must in future be found on
    • spirituality, the profound insight still possessed by these Teachers
    • founders of Scholasticism, the spiritual significance of which has
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    • founder of the Society of Jesus, who died in the 16th century. When
    • we follow the remarkable destiny of the Jesuit Order that he founded,
    • history with the remarkable figure of Ignatius Loyola, the founder of
    • the interesting point — he succeeded in founding the Order of
    • connection with its founder are due the forces that held the Order
    • impulses from those of its founder. We may frequently see in history
    • how in the course of karma the founder of some undertaking or
    • separated from the movement they have founded and the movement passes
    • or that founder. If, however, we come to know the later earth-life of
    • the founder of some undertaking we may find that he has long ago
    • spiritual will of Ignatius Loyola found transformation.
    • These books deal with the similarities to be found in different
    • it subsequently found its way into the great work of Dante —
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    • is always a time when that which has been founded in a centre of
    • to be found at that time in architecture, in art, in science, in
    • there these Teachers found ears willing to listen to them. Their
    • those who belonged to him. A great super-sensible School was founded,
    • something which, under the impulse of the Christmas Foundation at the
    • sure foundation.
    • are to be found truly anthroposophical souls, willing to bring this
    • upwards. If such souls are not found, decadence will continue
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    • Address on the Christmas Foundation Meeting.
    • the Christmas Foundation Meeting
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting at the Goetheanum and before beginning
    • through the Christmas Foundation Meeting must be realised to the full
    • intention to give a new foundation to the Society had taken shape
    • that ever since the new Foundation of the Anthroposophical Society at
    • from that usually adopted at foundation gatherings. This Executive
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    • now to be found throughout the world, and are, really, one of
    • spiritual world can be found in man himself. I have often
    • the soul is to be found somewhere between the sensory and the
    • again and again, is very strange when found in conjunction
    • a sound foundation of knowledge for the conceptions and ideas
    • with the real facts which lie at their foundation. The
    • found it almost a relief and satisfaction to oppose our
    • feel the spiritual foundations. For just as you have here a
    • that somebody found this idea quite a nice one. This is
    • anthroposophical soil should be found quite good? Indeed,
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    • the foundation that lives in the animal world. And just as
    • have found that not everyone always prefers to have roses on
    • that souls are scarcely to be found over the whole earth with
    • of the regions where also the dead are to be found
    • dead are. However, something else can be found in this world
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    • breath. The etheric foundation of our lung (the physical lung
    • foundation of our lung, is really an organ of perception, but
    • such a way that here on the physical plane the foundation of
    • to investigate what constitutes its etheric foundation, we
    • world. At the foundation of our lung-system we find a brain
    • found in the rhythm of human life and the rhythm of
    • within the whole visible universe; at its foundation lies the
    • the life that lies at the foundation of our feelings. We
    • The foundation of our lung-system in the present incarnation
    • taming of wild instincts can be found in man. Some writers
    • foundation of the stars. Except that the entire system is
    • the impulses leading to the fight are not to be found in the
    • things that lie at the foundation of human nature —
    • be found beneath the threshold of consciousness, would be
    • of the foundations that will enable us gradually to reach the
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    • understand what lies at the foundation of the two impulses
    • already gained as a foundation. This I will do today, in
    • so, because such an idea, which lies at the foundation of free
    • (That which lies at the foundation of free actions.) What, then,
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    • qualities to be found in Nature — they are the exact
    • imagination. But the reality that lies at the foundation of
    • the foundation of elementary life. We can, as it were, exist
    • to be found in the spiritual world. There we find effects
    • important causes to be found in the spiritual world is the
    • necessity is to be found. But in the materialistic age man
    • reverence for all that is profound in the world.
    • similar must be found, one does not naturally turn to those
    • historical events. As a foundation for the argument to be
    • spiritual foundation we are free. One becomes Christian
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    • is in the same realm where the dead can also be found. The
    • foundation here in the physical world and which,
    • Who to the Mothers found his way,
    • Who to the Mothers found his way,
    • found his way, has nothing more to undergo.” You see,
    • Homunculus is to be found; Homunculus is a part of Faust's
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    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • all the simplicity of the villagers, but profound seriousness
    • considered a profound investigator. His point of view may indeed lead
    • ‘Just because no meaning can be found in the external, it must
    • wonderful, profound picture, which expresses the whole thought I
    • Since then I see those eyes in deeps profound,
    • But where shall it be found; if into some knowledge it doth flow,
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    • olden times profound thoughts were expressed in such pictures. And
    • all the simplicity of the villagers, but profound seriousness
    • considered a profound investigator. His point of view may indeed lead
    • ‘Just because no meaning can be found in the external, it must
    • wonderful, profound picture, which expresses the whole thought I
    • Since then I see those eyes in deeps profound,
    • But where shall it be found; if into some knowledge it doth flow,
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    • deeper foundations. There is a deep meaning in the fact that in
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • on the Cross! A wonderfully profound picture, bringing the entire
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    • deeper foundations. There is a deep meaning in the fact that in
    • found in the outer events, the meaning must be looked for outside
    • on the Cross! A wonderfully profound picture, bringing the entire
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    • of the living God. The founding of new communities on the basis
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    • means heard all that can be heard. There was a profound
    • generations — to Abraham, the founder of the race.
    • The profound
    • essence, the essence which found expression in this blood. In
    • blood of the Hebrew people is to be found.
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    • outlines, were of profound importance. It needs but a few
    • Darkness. The profound meaning underlying this Iranian or old
    • be found among those Atlantean wanderers who had taken the
    • documents which are really founded on occultism contain all
    • separation from the Sun, is nowhere to be found in the
    • profound secrets of human and earthly existence, which in
    • Holy Mysteries, however, the most profound secrets had to be
    • expressions found in human history have arisen in this way;
    • way. Having founded an Hermetic wisdom at the time of David,
    • was found where he was not — in the external world
    • — it was now found by man in the centre of his own
    • this way that the race was founded whose special inner
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    • now in part condensed to the gaseous vapoury condition found
    • only be found in the sound-ether. As a metal disc, on which
    • fact is to be found in many records, but is only
    • the Hebrew people. Such legends, when experienced profoundly,
    • The more profound working of this law will be considered
    • Zarathustra could be found in an age when something entirely
    • profound depths as these the Gospel of Matthew has its
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    • founder of a people whose descendants will spread over the
    • from Atlantis to Central Asia, and founded post-Atlantean
    • Abraham's descendants as was found in the grouping of
    • Zodiac, constellations were expressed in which they found a
    • founded on occultism the trivialities usually seen there, but
    • we must recognize their profound depth.
    • to be found in that great original Scripture, which, if I may
    • Gospel of Matthew. It is based on the profound mystery of the
    • Universe, found expression first in the Aramaic language, in
    • foundation of the Gospel of Matthew, existed as early as the
    • containing words found to-day in the Gospel of Matthew. This
    • profoundest Mysteries of earthly evolution was perceived as
    • inflicted. This is an occult fact, and is also to be found in
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    • sect of the Essenes, as regards its profounder teaching,
    • to be found in the
    • spiritual world. As found in man, they have become defiled by
    • nothing more of this could be found, which means that the
    • a man. The inherited tendencies found in these two bodies
    • have attained that calm wherein a way may be found through
    • found in the Gospel of Luke; and why, in an age when the
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    • Essenes, but only among them were pupils to be found who had
    • founded the Mosaic Civilization through the sacrifice of his
    • founded the Mosaic Civilization through the sacrifice of his
    • founder of a little colony. Many such colonies existed in
    • stated that after the child Jesus had been found among the
    • found previously in the Nathan Jesus. In him the seed of a
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    • bodies. The account of this is found in the story of the
    • found where the Being of Christ Jesus now was, enclosed
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    • of wisdom is that which is found in man, although in his
    • What was found to result from Christ having experienced in
    • Profound
    • indeed is the Gospel of Matthew. So profound that its sources
    • reverence and a profound respect for this document, a
    • into effect in the external world of the profound secrets of
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    • lack of knowledge, bft with profound learning, the various
    • what these learned people have accumulated is nowhere found
    • The above example reveals the slender foundations on which
    • earth!’ Profound indeed is the thought contained in
    • are only to be found in a few blessed examples. Especially
    • found similar to those of the Sermon on the Mount, or if the
    • the very profoundest importance and depth could have been
    • translation of a tablet found at Sippara in the year
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    • elucidation of what is found in the present text of the
    • unto you,’ words found all through the Sermon on the
    • accomplished in a new way. This is what is found when the
    • are presented; we see how profound are the misunderstandings
    • profound depths of the Gospel of Matthew, that it is
    • is a profound reason for it. It is because the profound facts
    • circles, but in them ‘Christs’ are to be found.
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    • of the living God. The founding of new communities on the basis
    • continually to certain sequences of words found there, which
    • consciousness, in the profoundest depths of human
    • further and become a part of him, it must be founded on the
    • constructed this foundation, what the Christ-impulse can
    • found willing to help another to bear his karma. The karma
    • of meaning. It was so to say the founding of future humanity
    • found in calendars. As evolution advances, what is past curls
    • language, were found adequate to express it. The only way
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    • found in average humanity. Such ‘geniuses’ are at
    • who can penetrate to the profoundest depths of such a nature.
    • life of these men is described, it is found that they follow
    • profound works have been produced lately showing similarities
    • similarity would be found for instance between his genius and
    • necessarily much to be learnt as regards these profound
    • organizing quality lay here at the foundation of a new kind
    • lecture, is only found in the Gospel of Matthew, and not in
    • has, therefore, no inclination to tell us of the founding of
    • community’ could only be found in the Gospel of
    • founded on them. That they are misused in this sense is no
    • will found my community.’
    • these words might be found, but the passages to which I refer
    • are not found in these texts, portions of which are very much
    • parables founded on numbers are profoundly illuminating as
    • non-existence of Jesus. A resemblance is found by the German
    • perhaps the most remarkable to be found in any document. We
    • would be impossible for anyone. Christ can be found also by
    • Luke tells us he is to be found, where his light streamed
    • the Gospel of Luke. Here the Buddha is to be found, and here
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    • of the Mystery of Golgotha is not to be found which can be recorded
    • historical proofs are to be found; only the Mystery of Golgotha! For
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    • color.” In Plato another conception is found. There
    • the object. This can be found in Plato. The more recent ideas
    • frequently found today if we go into that sphere which is
    • are to be found in the environment of man. The essential
    • therewith a sure foundation for the knowledge of the
    • which deeply enriches human life and lays the foundation of a
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    • to the skies and another found fault with; that must happen;
    • found, must be added the fact that men have been rendered
    • really ought to learn why Darwinism found such quick
    • disappeared. He investigated the matter and found out that in
    • idea, but also into the profoundest depth of the human being.
    • be found among what mankind calls today the scientific or
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    • found today who, before July 1914, held the possibility in
    • time. I ask: In how profound a sense has it been understood
    • disclosed is a new idea; it is nowhere to be found among the
    • full of hope to be found today? But if such a thought, such a
    • still been found in an atavistic way. In many domains men
    • be found there. For the last four or five decades we have
    • which no other fault was found than that my
    • also considered very poor, but it was sufficient foundation
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    • in the Vedas, and in the profound philosophy of the Vedanta, of which
    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • the mysterious being who was to be found when a man descended more
    • learn besides this, for it will be found that all the moving and
    • clothed in the words of its great founder. These things pursue their
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    • “Zarathustra,” the original founder of the Persian
    • in the Vedas, and in the profound philosophy of the Vedanta, of which
    • later on found expression in Buddhism — all this was attained
    • the mysterious being who was to be found when a man descended more
    • learn besides this, for it will be found that all the moving and
    • clothed in the words of its great founder. These things pursue their
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    • found the fragments of his dismembered body, she buried them in
    • profound insight into this relation of man to the Cosmos. It was
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
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    • found the fragments of his dismembered body, she buried them in
    • profound insight into this relation of man to the Cosmos. It was
    • which shows that outer research too has found its way back to an ancient
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    • today it can only be found in one's inner experience. How the
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    • be found in light rays. The exercise is like a symbol that stimulates
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    • the exoteric to the esoteric can be found. An esotericism that wanted
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    • founded for a particular place on earth, and that one proceeds from
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    • where they wished to do some research. They found a man by the door who
    • we have reached the point where whole books can be found — such as
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    • where they wished to do some research. They found a man by the door who
    • we have reached the point where whole books can be found — such as
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    • on Mt. Sinai that became the foundation of all later human laws.
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    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
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    • left school found themselves standing before a spiritual void
    • and felt the foundations of their souls give way beneath
    • by stone, Rudolf Steiner built the foundation for an
    • lecture did he shrink back from building this foundation
    • commenting upon it found it otherwise. They soon saw how it
    • away and founded the
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    • upon the foundation of historical research are the ones who
    • have, for the most part, undermined the foundation upon which
    • nothing non-essential was to be found in important passages
    • penetrating into its spiritual foundations. If it is not
    • Gospel of St. John found one thing above all else to be of
    • They said: There is one quality which shows most profoundly
    • penetrate into the deep meaning which lies at the foundation
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    • foundation to pass before our souls. And we must dip deeply
    • forces to be found in the minerals out in the cosmos, it
    • members of its being are to be found only in higher realms.
    • The mineral has an ether body, but it is to be found in the
    • the same time he founded an esoteric school, the director of
    • which was directly founded by Paul himself, the purest
    • “Word” lies at the very foundation of the whole
    • physical human body, the foundation of all things. All
    • should the most profound mysteries of the world be expressed
    • saying, when reference is made to the profoundness of
    • of the most profound of the gospels, this Gospel of St. John,
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    • saw what profound contents are concealed within the first
    • of spiritual substance lying at the foundation of all things.
    • found everywhere on the Earth, so is love now being prepared
    • that wisdom was not to be found everywhere at that time. You
    • wisdom which was to be found everywhere. Inner
    • found in all things, so in like manner is love evolving. Love
    • your gaze upward toward the sun or toward what is to be found
    • form, lying as it does at the foundation of all that appears
    • foundation of all material things, behind all that appears to
    • foundation of all material life, but you should consider this
    • foundation of the words: “And the Logos became flesh
    • foundation of the world. Therefore Christ-Jesus, according to
    • transcription of this profound truth concerning the meaning
    • Father, from the primeval foundation of the world and I
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    • be found again. However, it must be very clear that in order
    • witness of them. Those who were found sufficiently developed
    • profound of matters, concerning the Mystery of Golgotha, I
    • listened to profound words about Christ-Jesus as the
    • no longer surprising that these profound words concerning
    • he had already learned at that time, the Baptist found the
    • profound truth: — Each human individual ego is one
    • is freed, seeking a foundation upon which it, as an
    • found, it must be especially emphasized. All names and
    • profoundly symbolical manner. This is often the source of
    • the most profound thing of which they were conscious, their
    • Gods” when they wished to refer to Him. This profound
    • profoundly this thought fits into the whole of human
    • possess it. And with such a profound document as the Gospel
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    • that the writer has reserved the most profound matters for
    • acting as the foundation of the individual ego within the
    • Cana in Galilee, something of the profound mission of the
    • about profound truths? Only those who were able to perceive
    • spiritual foundations of the world. When I speak of this Ego,
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    • something extraordinarily profound just in this very chapter
    • shapes; you would have found strange forms, forerunners of
    • reached the point where we could have found the physical
    • sea, you would have found in it, condensed out of the water,
    • spiritual foundation of the World are directly one. The
    • foretold the profound truth about the Word which later
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    • understands the profound meaning of the Gospel of St. John
    • moment when he was able to behold the profound mysteries
    • said: “The most profound mystery of My being is the I
    • what is to be found in such a writing as the Gospel of St.
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    • seen that we come closer to the profound
    • animals is to be found and the difference between the human
    • Atlantis and you would not have found that spectacle which is
    • before the Flood, you would have found no rainbow. Only
    • will get some idea of how literally and profoundly true the
    • have gone in Europe, you would still have found vivid
    • world wherein he found himself in order to be transported
    • which resulted from this kind of initiation found its echo in
    • civilizations were founded by colonies sent out under the
    • guidance of great leaders. The first colony founded the
    • civilization of the ancient Indians, the second founded what
    • west and laid there the foundation of the Babylonian –
    • they found inscribed in matter as the script of the gods. If
    • profoundest depths of personal necessity, of physical
    • their own personality. Certainly, profound mysteries exist
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    • standing as we do upon the foundation of Spiritual Science.
    • found these truths for himself and then is directed to the
    • standing upon the foundation of Spiritual Science than for
    • those who have stood entirely upon the foundation of such
    • Gospel of St. John the most profound teaching concerning
    • grasped this profound meaning of the Christian teaching, can
    • which forms the foundation of our present civilization. This
    • passed over into that period of civilization which found its
    • existed something spiritually more profound than the Divine
    • mystery lies hidden behind this fact, a mystery of profound
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    • humanity, and we have tried to understand why the founding of
    • real founder of logic was Aristotle. If there had previously
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    • clearly in mind that most profound idea of Christianity, that
    • Christianity most profoundly in the Gospel of St. John has
    • is found depicted in the Gospel of St. John as an historical
    • the most profound evolutionary impulses in the course of the
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    • foundation works more with other symbolic ideas which produce
    • to discern clairvoyantly the deeper foundations of his being,
    • had to express in the name the profound, world historic
    • founder, we must take under consideration yet another
    • was no fatherhood. But it is not that; a much more profound,
    • power to hold fast to the foundation which we recognize in
    • able to understand more and more the profound truths of this
    • highly initiated could not give us so profound a picture of
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    • Steiner here lays the foundation for a new Christology out of his insights
    • researcher and scholar, was the founder of Anthroposophy, a modern
    • and religion. In 1924, he founded the General Anthroposophical
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    • the most profound mysteries of existence, for within the sphere of
    • will be found at the end of the volume, together with a list of relevant
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    • thirtieth year of the life of Jesus of Nazareth has been confounded
    • Syria from 661 to 680. Founded the dynasty of the
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    • spherical form. And this is what we actually found! When we opened
    • the rabbit we found a tiny organic body, spherical in shape; it had
    • literature contains will have a profound reverence for the infinite
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    • be found that there is a hundred times — really a hundred times
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    • decades of effort have passed since the founding of Anthroposophical
    • Theosophical Movement. When we founded in Berlin the Section from
    • civilisation. You know that some six hundred years after the founding
    • culture found their way to Europe through this channel. In Western
    • representatives of all the sciences, were to be found there; moreover
    • the founder of modern science. From England, Bacon of Verulam. gave a
    • later civilisation of Europe, doing much to lay the foundations of
    • again to speak openly of the spiritual. Nevertheless it was found
    • was profound. Something of the kind may be said in connection with
    • unite with the power achieved by the technical sciences founded
    • inaugurated by the Christmas Foundation Meeting: to make into a
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    • since the Christmas Foundation Meeting it is not only a matter of
    • past, we find deep and profound Mysteries, great Initiates, in
    • to 9th centuries after the founding of Christianity led him from
    • found that his own estates were in other hands strange as the story
    • year has been confounded with the physical birth. What then became a
    • back to him, he found himself in an asylum for the homeless in
    • about me as the founder of Anthroposophy. In The Great Secret,
    • found in the lunatic asylums!
    • been found wanting in the strength to bring about this deepening of
    • the spiritual life, the Christmas Foundation Meeting was held as a
    • the direction I have indicated. The Christmas Foundation Meeting was
    • Foundations of the Bhagavad-Gita.' 9 lectures, May/June,
    • Founded the dynasty of the Omayyads.
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    • Foundation Meeting held at Dornach in December, 1923. The text of his
    • address will be found
    • be found in any sphere frequented by man, whether in physical or
    • Imaginative Knowledge will be found to be inadequate; we must pass on
    • portraying his earthly life but the character was founded on the life
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    • the Gods, must be found. This is the mission of Anthroposophy in all
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    • spiritual reality is the foundation for our body in the next earthly
    • life. The part that is merely a picture is the foundation for our
    • be found. Since the Mystery of Golgotha came to pass on the Earth,
    • reaching, profound knowledge. The knowledge possessed by these Irish
    • Mysteries was especially profound, not in an intellectual but in an
    • of the Hibernian Mysteries had made a profound impression; they had a
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    • teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and found their way
    • general statement that a divine ordering lies at the foundation of the
    • thoroughness, they will not be found to tell against these truths. On
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    • teachings were given in the places of the Mysteries and found their way
    • general statement that a divine ordering lies at the foundation of the
    • thoroughness, they will not be found to tell against these truths. On
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    • matters which affect the human heart in the profoundest
    • profoundest sensibilities, to the same extent unaffected, as in
    • we do not share it with the other persons. And a profounder
    • stream of water into its profounder depths, so may we penetrate from
    • penetrates into the profoundest human conceptions. It is
    • precisely in the profoundest human conceptions, I wish to say, in the
    • completely and profoundly valid in ordinary life which take on an
    • here I have always found it necessary not only, so to speak, to
    • cause the profoundest pain; where we have the whole life of the soul
    • foundation is, none the less, a thinking soul life, resting upon
    • its own foundations, rooted in the spiritual nature of the world. I
    • in the very spiritual foundations of the universe. And the fact that
    • was to be founded in Stuttgart on the initiative of Emil Molt was to
    • earthly phenomenon. The emergence out of the profoundest inner
    • springs from the profoundest moral impulses. Since the practice of
    • which had its justification as premonition, must be found again
    • however, the human being will become aware of the profounder meaning
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    • sphere of Science Anthroposophical truths are to be found again
    • world are only improvements of those lower functions found in
    • a most important truth. Galileo is said to have found the
    • Believers,” and if one reveals that which is to be found
    • scientific foundation the members of these races are
    • “Secret Doctrine” there is to be found another
    • Natural Scientists, the statement can be found: “Do we
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    • sphere of Science Anthroposophical truths are to be found again
    • world are only improvements of those lower functions found in
    • a most important truth. Galileo is said to have found the
    • Believers,” and if one reveals that which is to be found
    • scientific foundation the members of these races are
    • “Secret Doctrine” there is to be found another
    • Natural Scientists, the statement can be found: “Do we
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    • most profound relationships of existence, for within the sphere of karma
    • been said in the lectures here since the Christmas Foundation Meeting
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    • have come here to-day for the first time since the Christmas Foundation
    • of introduction. Through this Christmas Foundation the Anthroposophical
    • Foundation an esoteric impulse has indeed come into the Anthroposophical
    • spiritual Foundation Stone which was laid for the Anthroposophical
    • Christmas Foundation, the concrete working of karma in historical
    • connected with it has taken shape. Since the Christmas Foundation these
    • Christmas Foundation, also, our printed Lecture-Courses have been
    • since the Christmas Foundation, I shall be speaking to you in the coming
    • — into which modern spiritual investigation has already found its
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    • rely on those foundations of conviction in his audience which may follow
    • like, no indication of his former earthly lives could be found. Not that
    • science are well founded. It is of course just as absurd as if someone
    • a visit to him, and in his company I found the other man first
    • Emperors was founded, in the time of Augustus — not exactly, but
    • in the district of the Castle of the Dwarf King Laurin made a profound
    • effect, I found the soul who had passed through the servant of the old
    • — I found him again in the doctor of our time, in
    • understood when we know what is there in the foundations of a soul.
    • Theoretically, many people know that deep in the foundations of the soul
    • from quite different foundations. Look, too, at all the strange daemonic
    • set forth since the Christmas Foundation Meeting are to be regarded in a
    • laid the foundation, I wish to speak in the next lecture about the karma
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    • It was the task of the Order of King Arthur, founded
    • human figures founded in Europe.
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    • at the foundation of Nature. The ego and astral body are with the
    • in the same direction and who then found their way to Chartres. The
    • profound appreciation of one of those Cistercian priests who taught
    • of the karmic foundations which have made it possible for me to speak at
    • its start on earth there was founded in the super-sensible worlds a kind
    • future of the Anthroposophical Movement since the Christmas Foundation
    • towards Anthroposophy are to be found in this way in former epochs of
    • evolution. We cannot lay the foundations of true knowledge unless we can
    • Such is the foundation of the will of the
    • Anthroposophical Movement, which is united since the Foundation Meeting
    • Thus we have laid a kind of foundation, and
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    • the psychological vision to enter into such things, one found one's way
    • who are also to be found by direct spiritual research in the worlds
    • the present time. She has long ago found her way back into the worlds
    • for which she longed. She has found her way back to the Fathers of
    • foundations of the soul, we find what is otherwise a very rare
    • many of them are found in the Anthroposophical Society to-day with the
    • or laws, but one that is able to look into the true foundation of the
    • movements, but I have found no God!” So said the astronomer. And
    • blood-vessels and nerves — but I have found neither soul nor
    • him to the ancient Mysteries he found great sincerity — positive,
    • enter into his true spirit. We find in the foundations of his soul the
    • Christianity — this soul is found again in the Middle Ages
    • are the paths of mankind in the background, in the foundations of
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    • souls of whom I have spoken. The many souls who are now to be found in
    • The Foundations of Human Freedom
    • most intensely concerned in finding the spiritual foundations of the age
    • again I found that the inspiring spirit was the same who had lived in
    • Out of such foundations, I would fain kindle
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    • nevertheless found its way to such a wisdom, must be deeply thankful for
    • to found a sort of rationalistic Christianity on a basis of reason and
    • physical bodies, but they founded the primeval wisdom of which the
    • I found the individuality that underlay the archetype of Strader.
    • to found a kind of rationalistic religion.
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    • knowledge, yet able to come forward with concepts by no means profound.
    • of this nun. It was a deep, intensive Christianity, but it found no
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    • souls who out of a sincere impulse have since found their way into
    • spiritual foundations. Indeed this was the case even with those later
    • which is to be found in the Summa of St. Thomas Aquinas. Thus he
    • to Paris and found favour with Richelieu. He received a pension and
    • antipathy to women in general. This antipathy to women found its way
    • finding the spiritual, though in the unconscious foundations of the soul
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    • forth in him who wears it. For the countenance says: in the foundations
    • found its true development according to the possibilities of that
    • history of nations. All these things were found in Plato in a kind of
    • that the Ideas are the foundations of all things present in the world of
    • of Ideas contained a certain ancient Persian impulse — Plato found
    • it was a fairly long time — he found real difficulty in entering
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    • — we cannot fail to observe the profound significance with
    • coincident with the founding of Christianity, but during the first
    • profound significance, and you must be able to recall it to your
    • the candidate in the recesses of the Mysteries; and the profound
    • a neophyte. The neophyte could not sink the body into such profoundly
    • there found the Christ; that from Him, the Christ in the Sun, they
    • human being had evolved. Christ could no longer have been found in
    • What was enacted in a profoundly inner way in the sanctuary now
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    • cosmogonies is to be found a clear consciousness of the
    • documents exist, a period antedating the foundation of Christianity
    • Sun forces, the Christ forces — are also found in certain
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    • the universe and there founded a sort of Moon colony. We have
    • spring peoples. Among the former were to be found the Adonis
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    • deeper insight the Anthroposophical Society will be the foundation
    • found the cosmic script. This, however, is not achieved by means of
    • Middle Ages; and it is deeply hidden, profoundly esoteric. Profoundly
    • world wisdom, the light of the world, will be found again. It is our
    • once existed might in some historical way be found again in the
    • an image it signifies a profound truth, a truth that can be simply
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    • grow. At first she barely dreams of the profound thoughts of
    • profound human emotions are evoked when we thus ponder the
    • this thought profoundly. When he lived in a villa on the
    • Science. We also see the profound meaning of the
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    • grow. At first she barely dreams of the profound thoughts of
    • profound human emotions are evoked when we thus ponder the
    • this thought profoundly. When he lived in a villa on the
    • Science. We also see the profound meaning of the
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    • said about them, a more profound observation of the historical course
    • As I mentioned, a subspecies was found in
    • imperialism is even to be found in Dante.
    • Europe, it can only be found in the way Percival found it: one seeks
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    • to exist because no sense could be found behind the symbols. And the
    • Thus the founding of the Reich [empire] of
    • however keep them together on a real spiritual foundation.
    • serious names for what really existed could not be found. And that's
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    • foundation for public affairs.
    • how the efforts to found it were finally successful in 1870/71. He
    • united with the rest of Germany and the German Empire was founded in
    • whose impertinence had once been the motivation for the founding of
    • this, as do the socialists and the nationalists. We have founded
    • the whole world was founded on the British Isles and then when they
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    • the spiritual world, there he found definite facts, definite
    • impulses, longings, passions, to be found in the astral body,
    • in star law, men found the means of advancing in the conquest
    • world knows that it is no myth, but is actually founded on
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    • the spiritual world, there he found definite facts, definite
    • impulses, longings, passions, to be found in the astral body,
    • in star law, men found the means of advancing in the conquest
    • world knows that it is no myth, but is actually founded on
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    • kingdom of Heaven must now be sought and found
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    • kingdom of Heaven must now be sought and found
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    • instance, the following is to be found. It is there said,
    • found the main characteristic of death is that it leaves a
    • foundations of life is sought in what life leaves behind. Now
    • into consideration there. It is also found in certain of the
    • can be found. Thus, only that which is brought to a living
    • Ego-conception, as is usually found in man. Man places
    • to-day. It will then he found that a living spiritual
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    • instance, the following is to be found. It is there said,
    • found the main characteristic of death is that it leaves a
    • foundations of life is sought in what life leaves behind. Now
    • into consideration there. It is also found in certain of the
    • can be found. Thus, only that which is brought to a living
    • Ego-conception, as is usually found in man. Man places
    • to-day. It will then he found that a living spiritual
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • twenty-four Elders. The foundation for the animal, plant, human
    • is truly the temple of the egohood to be found within. If it is
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • statement that we may perhaps take as foundation for what we
    • are going to study. He said: The most profound thought is
    • profoundest truths and the most earnest and vital secrets of
    • — can only be found if one is aided by
    • foundation. People might assert that if that were true about
    • nature is to be found.
    • verified, you will know that this foundling — who was
    • could neither read nor write when he was found. At an age of
    • because men found a means of so developing their inner being
    • his soul in centres of profoundest secrecy. Above all we must
    • religions that are also to be found in Christianity.
    • the founders of pre-Christian religions, in their case it was
    • other religious founders. It is said of those: The Master has
    • super-sensible worlds, the more profound is what one will find
    • will always be mysteries in Christianity still more profound.
    • “Profoundest thought is linked with the historical
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • few days we are to occupy ourselves with a very profound
    • its foundation. The world and all it contains will at length
    • found as the gods of northern Mythology. One might say that
    • the most profound document of Christianity, the Apocalypse of
    • profoundest part of what may be described as esoteric
    • found followers among the Franciscans, and these looked upon
    • materialize the profoundest document of Christianity so far
    • found by a mere materialistic observation of the world.
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • that Woden, Willy and Weh found a tree on the
    • Abraham's bosom. He felt that his immortal part found
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • forms the foundations on earth of a material world culture
    • of the sixth age will be prepared. We shall then have found
    • — the “I” that has found itself within itself.
    • seventh age those who have found this spiritual life will
    • hot.” The little flock which has found spirituality
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • and who will form the foundation for a new and different
    • form. There was a profound consciousness that the acquisition
    • be made manifest in the countenance, is to be found in Christ
    • with something whereby a foundation is made for that which is
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • upon which is to be found nothing of our present minerals or
    • warmth you now have in your blood is the first foundation of
    • of him there existed only the foundation of the physical
    • body. Saturn consisted only of such foundations of physical
    • would not have been able to give man the right foundation for
    • Instead of granite you would have found blocks which might be
    • foundation grew another kingdom. Through the exit of the Moon
    • Thus we have also found the twenty-four Elders again here and
    • first foundations of the present animal kingdom, and the
    • foundations of the present plant kingdom. Only upon the Earth
    • have now laid a good foundation to link up again with what
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • developed the foundations of the later civilizations.
    • will see how profound, how literally true the religious
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • forces which had their material foundation in the blood. If
    • and West, when we look into the depths and foundations of the
    • has a spiritual foundation and what has not. Just as overripe
    • His grotesque und unfounded presentations of many Western
    • persecution, but will provide the foundation for the good
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • to think of war. We must bear in mind the foundation, the real
    • cause of this war. This foundation or cause is the increase of
    • truest sense of the word elevates him. His dignity is founded
    • chosen population of Atlantis which lies at the foundation of
    • people every-where, and they founded new civilizations,
    • East. The sixth stage will be the foundation for the new
    • the Atlanteans lived over into our epoch and founded our
    • Lemurian race founded the Atlantean races. The fifth of the
    • Atlantean races founded our civilizations, of which the sixth
    • will found the future civilization after the great War of All
    • have to found that which is indicated by the seven trumpets.
    • can be found in the astral world and the seventh in the
    • This is a very profound thought expressed by the writer of
    • the Apocalypse. It is the profound thought underlying the
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • the foundation to work out of the group-soul nature a more or
    • foundation for his future evolution. Just as your present
    • upon which the earth is founded, and from which it has proceeded.
    • the personal representatives of what we found in yesterday's
    • foundations were formed for that which later developed into
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • common consciousness; and the number seven was found to be of
    • was founded on cosmic relationships, it passed over into
    • will be the foundation for his attainment upon Jupiter of
    • saying which has always been found in occult circles. Truly,
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • who will lay the first foundation of the great bond of
    • They have found out that when one sets letters of the Hebrew
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    • fire and insight the profound mysteries in the Book of Revelation.
    • abyss in which is found a humanity which was not in a
    • people dedicating themselves to-day to the foundation of a
    • but one of the many contradictions which are to be found in
    • certainly not based on an occult foundation. Nothing un
    • have learnt from this that the Apocalypse is a profound book
    • one can go much deeper into the truths, into the foundations
    • further, greater depths will be found. For below the surface
    • which flows at such profound depths through the Apocalypse.
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    • Banishment of scholars from Edessa by the Emperor Zeno. Founding of
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    • of Jundí Sábúr was founded by a Persian king, Shapur
    • Mani, the founder of Manichaeism, was put to death there in 276. The
    • writes: “When Baghdad was founded in 762, the Khalif and his
    • interesting references will be found in
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    • let us give heed, lest haply we be found, as the scripture saith,
    • from the foundation of the world, Let us make man after our image
    • thou shalt not eat the hare. Why so? Thou shalt not be found a
    • given it, but they themselves were not found worthy to receive it
    • received them, but they themselves were not found worthy. But how
    • found coveting thy neighbors goods; thou shalt not be found
    • not thou found holding out thy hands to receive, and drawing them
    • that ye may be found in the day of judgment.
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    • with mere illusions, mere phantoms. In truth, we are not to be found
    • original being of man, but it is nowhere to be found.” That goes
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    • Golgotha: that historically, by way of history founded on external
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    • are not to be found in any of the other Fathers of the Church; they
    • pronounce it sensible it would not be credible, for what is found
    • natural order everything found therein.
    • characteristics found in the sense-world. That is what it really
    • the combination of flesh, blood and bones in which he found himself.
    • thoughts which for decades a person has found comfortably suitable for
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    • while scientific experimenters are found on all sides. ... Then a man
    • the Canon of the New Testament that they are actually found in one or
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    • control of the will founded upon self-education: that will be the
    • forth. They fled to Nisibis, journeyed then to Persia and founded the
    • character of this Academy, founded by those who had belonged to the
    • found courage enough to say: “You want a concept of nature, not
    • is the next spiritual Being to be found.
    • over this profound truth. People will never gain knowledge of the
    • the truth can be found, if people want to know how they should think
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    • significant epoch which ran its course from the founding of Rome, 747
    • had never taken place? For the whole founding of the Academy of
    • far, very far, from the profound significance of the symbols —
    • time of the Mystery of Golgotha was founded chiefly in Rome —
    • form it has is the result of its not being founded upon the Mystery
    • Golgotha. All that is found again, in the normal course of human
    • opinion has found among other things in my writings that I have
    • very foundation of our Building. No-one has the right to take this
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    • penetrating into the most profound mysteries of existence, for within
    • Brief notes will be found at the end of the volume, together with a
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    • of the Christmas Foundation Meeting.
    • Opposition to Anthroposophy. The Christmas Foundation Meeting.
    • of the Christmas Foundation Meeting for the Anthroposophical Society.
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    • found in the book
    • time, when these Moon Beings were on the Earth, they had a profound
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting at the Goetheanum we tried
    • Spiritual Science was founded at Christmas with the aim that esoteric
    • where the General Anthroposophical Society was founded
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    • aim of the Christmas Foundation Meeting at the Goetheanum was to
    • Foundation Meeting — in
    • foundations, one must, for esoteric reasons, let them be. For think
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting I often found it necessary to emphasise
    • that a real foundation like the Anthroposophical
    • the Christmas Foundation Meeting at the Goetheanum this has
    • Foundation Meeting has changed fundamentally since that Meeting.
    • this Christmas Foundation Meeting in Dornach it must be recognised,
    • cannot in any way be regarded as the Founder of the Christian
    • Matters which have an esoteric foundation, formulae and the like, are
    • the Christmas Foundation, a new character and impulse is to enter
    • very first gathering held in Berlin for the purpose of founding the
    • real esotericism. The Christmas Foundation Meeting, when the esoteric
    • know that about six hundred years after the founding of Christianity,
    • In Arabism, Mohammed founded a body of doctrine which in a certain
    • was founded, ancient Mystery-truths were still current in Christ's
    • form — as was inevitable six hundred years after the founding
    • therewith much that is to be found in the minds of human beings
    • and this Mission founded the Archbishopric of Canterbury. The
    • in the founding of the Archbishopric of Canterbury, this
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    • given a new foundation, to stress the importance of Anthroposophy for
    • journeys I have constantly found Members in The Hague, for example,
    • Christmas Meeting the foundation stone of anthroposophical life shall
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    • Science, it will be found that nothing leads back to the past; no
    • these are found in Anthroposophy — which is not theory but
    • purpose of the Christmas Foundation Meeting. That Meeting made it
    • merely a festive occasion which people found enjoyable, forgetting
    • otherwise as a foundation it will withdraw from earthly existence and
    • a certain sense the impulse of the Christmas Foundation Meeting was
    • spiritual Foundation Stone of the Anthroposophical Society was laid
    • Society was founded in 1912-13, I held no office in it; indeed I was
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    • with the founding of what was then called the German Section of
    • intentions expressed at the Christmas Foundation Meeting at the
    • millennium after the founding of Christianity. Starting from Asia,
    • provided the foundations for a truly wonderful centre of culture
    • profoundly European culture was influenced by Bacon and has continued
    • they to be found? Why are they not living among us at the present
    • also the age of Bacon, shows that profound and significant impulses
    • districts. On returning from one of these expeditions he found that
    • Marx, the founder of socialism in the nineteenth
    • of Arabism will be found — but in a quite different form.
    • Foundation Meeting I had spoken of many things that are confirmed by
    • about under the influence of the Christmas Foundation Meeting, the
    • German Section of the Theosophical Society was founded, may surely be
    • anthroposophical life, becoming the foundation for greater and
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    • hours a child spends in sleep, it will be found that sleep occupies
    • some time in what he was experiencing, I found it impossible to
    • frankness, of many spiritual facts. The Christmas Foundation Meeting
    • life is based upon foundations that are deeper and more complex than
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    • since the Christmas Foundation Meeting at the Goetheanum. As
    • studies concerning the significance of this Christmas Foundation
    • new foundation of the Anthroposophical Society. Up to the time of the
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting I was always able to make a distinction
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting in Dornach, the opposite of what went
    • institutions, founded out of good-will, as the saying goes, did not
    • Anthroposophical Movement. And to my deep satisfaction I have found
    • world. Until the seventh and eighth centuries these individuals found
    • who have found their way into the Anthroposophical Society.
    • this knowledge kindled a vision of the spiritual foundation of
    • intellectualism, he may then lay the foundations of the new
    • potent that it found its way, for example, to the University of
    • learned men. I read a great deal that they wrote and was profoundly
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    • developing from the foundations of the ancient culture, we see the
    • from the Heavens and are now upon the Earth. This was the profound
    • the Heavens which had found their way to the Earth. And for the time
    • profound secret of the descent of the pan-Intelligence in the
    • Mohammedanism. The secret of which I have spoken found its way to
    • the truths of religious life to be found in the East —
    • founded, this later Arabism became modern natural science,
    • previous Age of Michael, found their way. And from the Dominican
    • souls of those founders of Dominican Scholasticism in the thirteenth
    • be found on page 182 of the present volume.],
    • again be found within earthly humanity. The whole Michael tradition
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    • of the fact that in the centuries preceding the founding of
    • caused such profound disquiet and alarm to the Ahrimanic demons on
    • Michael above was teaching his hosts, there was founded in the realm
    • was founded. And in that particular period, when no impulses were
    • still to be found in the eastern part of the
    • wielded by those into whose hearts the Michael wisdom has found its
    • heathendom, these pictures are to be found. But in the spirit there
    • going out from the Christmas Foundation at the Goetheanum, that in
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    • 132 Dominicans, Order of, founded 1216
    • will be found in Vols. I-V of
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    • found them in the secret societies,
    • powers which are brought from the most profound cosmic ground and the
    • This call was already sent to humanity once, unfortunately it found
    • world: an attempt not to found a community of people, but to
    • emphasized the difference between founding and endowing. It was many
    • time in an energetic way, not to found but to endow a community. If
    • this or that has been founded. Not only has nothing been founded, but
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • profoundly differentiate itself from what the Theosophical Society
    • a founding in the outer world must be created. Only in the context
    • basis for everything we do. It will be impossible to confound this
    • members of the order founded by Annie Besant, “The Star of the
    • is our foundation. The example of the festival in Munich, the
    • provinces founded the “Bund”, which was followed in 1913
    • by the founding of the Anthroposophical Society after the expulsion
    • necessary to found a certain smaller society whereby I had attempted
    • foundation to the curved domes. The outer and inner walls bore the
    • soon found for the “sprung” Keeper of the Seal in the
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    • found them in the secret societies,
    • powers which are brought from the most profound cosmic ground and the
    • This call was already sent to humanity once, unfortunately it found
    • world: an attempt not to found a community of people, but to
    • emphasized the difference between founding and endowing. It was many
    • time in an energetic way, not to found but to endow a community. If
    • this or that has been founded. Not only has nothing been founded, but
    • outside in the world as a founding what has been described here as a
    • profoundly differentiate itself from what the Theosophical Society
    • a founding in the outer world must be created. Only in the context
    • basis for everything we do. It will be impossible to confound this
    • members of the order founded by Annie Besant, “The Star of the
    • is our foundation. The example of the festival in Munich, the
    • provinces founded the “Bund”, which was followed in 1913
    • by the founding of the Anthroposophical Society after the expulsion
    • necessary to found a certain smaller society whereby I had attempted
    • foundation to the curved domes. The outer and inner walls bore the
    • soon found for the “sprung” Keeper of the Seal in the
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    • gloom, and found sustenance by licking constantly the huge
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    • gloom, and found sustenance by licking constantly the huge
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    • etheric body is to be found. The moment that a human being
    • cannot be found, however, upon the astral plane, but must be
    • suffering of minerals can only be found upon the Devachanic
    • everything of an astral nature must be found upon the astral
    • found partly on the physical plane and partly on the one
    • the second part, or member. Where nerves are found, there the
    • Where clans are to be found, the physical and etheric bodies
    • form the foundations of Nature. In the future, it will be
    • plants is to be found at the center of the earth. This is
    • found in higher Devachan, in Arupa-Devachan. These three
    • are to be found. The forces of the minerals, active as
    • The Divine element is profound, and an eternity is needed in
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    • etheric body is to be found. The moment that a human being
    • cannot be found, however, upon the astral plane, but must be
    • suffering of minerals can only be found upon the Devachanic
    • everything of an astral nature must be found upon the astral
    • found partly on the physical plane and partly on the one
    • the second part, or member. Where nerves are found, there the
    • Where clans are to be found, the physical and etheric bodies
    • form the foundations of Nature. In the future, it will be
    • plants is to be found at the center of the earth. This is
    • found in higher Devachan, in Arupa-Devachan. These three
    • are to be found. The forces of the minerals, active as
    • The Divine element is profound, and an eternity is needed in
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    • foundations. It must be admitted that such a judgment is
    • profound wisdom and understanding which is today offered
    • returned to his native city, Frankfurt. There he found a
    • directly something to be found here or there in our world.
    • Thou dost permit me in her depths profound,
    • within his own heart: his secret, profound wonders are
    • degree of his progress in that direction is found in that
    • to be found for Faust. But that is impossible in the physical
    • the foundation of physical things, no more discernible by the
    • true spiritual life can finally be found.
    • only is the animal at the foundation of man's development
    • that profound spiritual truth has been included in the second
    • enormously profound meaning for the soul. Before the soul
    • soul has the profound experience — when returning to
    • “that now I stand upon the free foundation; I will
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    • foundations. It must be admitted that such a judgment is
    • profound wisdom and understanding which is today offered
    • returned to his native city, Frankfurt. There he found a
    • directly something to be found here or there in our world.
    • Thou dost permit me in her depths profound,
    • within his own heart: his secret, profound wonders are
    • degree of his progress in that direction is found in that
    • to be found for Faust. But that is impossible in the physical
    • the foundation of physical things, no more discernible by the
    • true spiritual life can finally be found.
    • only is the animal at the foundation of man's development
    • that profound spiritual truth has been included in the second
    • enormously profound meaning for the soul. Before the soul
    • soul has the profound experience — when returning to
    • “that now I stand upon the free foundation; I will
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    • the soul has thereby found the direction of its path, when it
    • found a suggestion, an inkling of this original guilt in man.
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    • the soul has thereby found the direction of its path, when it
    • found a suggestion, an inkling of this original guilt in man.
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    • instinctive foundation work as a nightmare but one that is to
    • this ghost of Romanism could acquire so profound an influence
    • unpermeated by the Christ must be found in its true origin
    • from the actual events, except when Ludendorff himself found
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    • sermon. It must be considered according to the profound
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    • provide the foundation for a general survey of conditions
    • please, on the basis of all the profoundest knowledge, to
    • consider this, on the basis of the profound laws of the
    • approximately with the founding of the ancient Roman kingdom,
    • as though in his head should be found again in the social
    • to be found even among anthroposophists. If anyone utters the
    • entirely different foundation. Every knowing member of these
    • motion. A small indication is to be found in what I connected
    • confidence among men in a profound inner sense is what must
    • earnestness, in the profoundest sense of the word, for the
    • capacities. For what constitutes the profoundest impelling
    • profoundly the social structure of humanity.
    • done the profound, tragic necessity lying at the bottom of
    • way that the writings will never be found in the
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    • foundation, but in general of the love of one person for
    • not put to sleep on the existing economic foundation and who
    • whole world in the light of its spiritual foundations. These
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    • what is the most profound characteristic of the evolution of
    • the consciousness soul in our epoch. The profoundest
    • acquainted in the most profound and the most intense way with
    • profound way for its initiates by the fact that man is
    • touching upon a most profound mystery, which will be unveiled
    • found. In all that comes to manifestation as objective
    • foundation of social life, which each person should take in
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    • upon the foundation laid by those persons whom Trotsky calls
    • effects, which, however, are always to be found in the
    • the British Empire is constructed upon a different foundation
    • to call your attention to the profound seriousness of what is
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    • and rebirth, because he has found here the transition from
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    • The latter title can be found in the 1928 edition of the book,
    • evolution the feeling that something can be found in human
    • our now to be founded Anthroposophical Society. For there, too,
    • hold, if souls be found who understand it in its full
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    • The latter title can be found in the 1928 edition of the book,
    • evolution the feeling that something can be found in human
    • our now to be founded Anthroposophical Society. For there, too,
    • hold, if souls be found who understand it in its full
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    • Giordano Bruno, found a fresh medium in a personality so near
    • foundation of all Science in those days.
    • leave out of account what God has planned as the foundation
    • Galileo could not rest till he had found out for himself what
    • simplicity.” Beauty is to be found in the simple, not
    • in particular accepted it because he found in the teaching of
    • space, the Divine Spirit is to be found. This was the creed
    • human and the animal world is to be found, but that something
    • spoke of a God, a pantheistic God, who is to be found
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    • Giordano Bruno, found a fresh medium in a personality so near
    • foundation of all Science in those days.
    • leave out of account what God has planned as the foundation
    • Galileo could not rest till he had found out for himself what
    • simplicity.” Beauty is to be found in the simple, not
    • in particular accepted it because he found in the teaching of
    • space, the Divine Spirit is to be found. This was the creed
    • human and the animal world is to be found, but that something
    • spoke of a God, a pantheistic God, who is to be found
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    • relevant to the contents of these lectures will be found
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    • psychoanalysis is unfounded. As long as this idea —
    • found by anyone who crosses the threshold — whether in
    • absorbing them, are to be found wandering about the earth,
    • led away from the old well-founded religious ideas. Picture
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    • communicating spiritual truths to mankind found themselves
    • their development to the qualities found in a particular
    • found scope in Ireland, and for the glorious developments which
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    • thousands of societies may be founded; but we must be clear
    • relevant forces are all to be found within the field of his
    • foundation.
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    • a matter of penetrating into the most profound mysteries of
    • brief list of relevant literature will be found at the end of
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    • foundations of human life, for man is the microcosm in which
    • interested me profoundly. 1 followed the external life of this
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    • this same sphere the human being lays the foundations of his
    • giving will show you how well-founded were the practices of
    • will give an outline of how the foundations of karma are laid,
    • profoundly significant secrets of the Saturn sphere.
    • foundations of existence — has come down to posterity in
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    • comparatively early times, not long before the founding of
    • facts, the foundations and the background of the reality come
    • studied in the light of such foundations, when we can perceive
    • Society was founded in Berlin in 1902, I gave as the title of
    • Foundation Meeting the impulse was given to speak without
    • through the Christmas Foundation Meeting. The Christmas Meeting
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    • profound indignation by these happenings, he passed through the
    • profound melancholy that weighed upon his soul. See how
    • deep foundations of a man's being are carried over through
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    • Rome where it remained for long ages. When he founded
    • founded on its magical power; through the palladium, so it was
    • for the lecture, found his name in the directory and made up my
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    • again, he found himself in a Casual Ward in Berlin. It was only
    • [The Occult Foundations of the Bhagavad Gita.
    • impulse of our Christmas Foundation, the time has come when
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    • affecting the head will be found in what existed far, far back
    • beginning of karma and then it will be found that such
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    • foundation, this head which was yours in previous earthly lives
    • nature, in the deeper foundations of his soul, what was present
    • somewhat earlier than the founding of Christianity, with a task
    • façade and has no foundations. The façade stands on
    • the ground without any solid foundations.’ — And this
    • foundation-structure and remaining with the ego that is
    • foundation-structure; moreover that if this state of things
    • no foundation. This picture of the single stones
    • these last few days that can add the foundation-structure and
    • foundation-structure for a true and genuine façade of
    • find the foundation-structure; the East must contribute what it
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    • found rocks, river, mountains on all sides, so there above we
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    • could be found in the Kant-Laplace primeval fog? Here were
    • the foundation for all that is called learning how to
    • the physical world rests on a spiritual foundation, would be
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    • these freely chosen experiences joined to the others are found
    • especially profound view of what the human being experiences
    • profoundness. Whatever we experience during the waking
    • This work necessitates the experiencing of profound wisdom
    • anthroposophical literature, may have found out that I myself,
    • be found in my own books. Consequently, many of my opponents
    • First, however, I had to erect a foundation and show what is at
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    • modern men most profoundly. You only need to think of a
    • be wise. Such an attitude caused a profound veneration and a
    • It is natural, however, that some men were found who could
    • religions found little or no understanding, because the Christ
    • men on earth. If the possibility is found of penetrating
    • disciples sank into profound sadness, because they were forced
    • suffering, of grief. True, profound knowledge is never
    • born out of joy. True, profound knowledge is born out of
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    • can be found. In order that we find something of that which
    • towards the stars is still to be found in the way the date for
    • This setting of the Easter Festival contains profound wisdom.
    • physical, the spiritual element can be found in every single
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    • means found so by earnest and conscientious seekers for
    • they found it impossible to connect the spirit-and-soul with
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    • be found when we experience air as a purely physical substance,
    • Schelling, at laying the foundations of a system of natural
    • founded. He had struggled to create an intellectual picture of
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    • at every moment, of vital and profound significance for our
    • begin by simply narrating what is found by spiritual
    • impressed, liked what he said, found it helpful and valuable?
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    • gain a foundation and a firm standpoint in life, we must first
    • one who speaks of the foundations of anthroposophical research,
    • a scientific mentality the foundations of anthroposophical
    • foundation of Anthroposophy, which is so often accused of
    • scientific character of Anthroposophy and its foundations, let
    • essential point in the foundations of Anthroposophy is that one
    • ordinarily only be found in sense-perception. In that case we
    • The physical foundation of desires could soon be discovered by
    • aid of natural-scientific methods. The etheric foundation of
    • if we seek the foundation of such visions, which are so
    • anthroposophical foundation. It must be shown that an
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    • know the sure foundation upon which such truths are based. I
    • the foundation of his external physical being, forms and guides
    • foundation of its investigations connected with man's true
    • world's spiritual foundation through the fact that the human
    • forces which lie at the foundation of the organs, of metabolism
    • thinking as such, the thinking which lies at the foundation of
    • resembles one who asks: On what foundation does a solar system
    • only through sound common sense upon the foundation of sensory
    • surely founded — even without the so-called external
    • in cosmic space, and that a supporting foundation is only
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    • for he knows that he does not speak on the foundation of
    • This created a foundation for a knowledge of the evolution of
    • addition develops upon the foundation of super-sensible
    • foundation of his present head-development. We must not seek
    • honestly stand upon the foundation of natural science, we have
    • foundation, we must envisage the physical end of the earth. And
    • those who continue to stand upon this scientific foundation,
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    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • upheld. All that might still have found a hearing 5, 6 or
    • foundation. The body of facts accumulated by physics and
    • chemistry already demand a spiritual foundation. Geology and
    • in fact it was found that, by using Darwin's method as a
    • observe the remarkable fact, scarcely to be found to the same
    • never found his way to spiritual science; hence he barred the
    • Will” all that he found upon the path of knowledge. His
    • everywhere to be found; but we pass them by unnoticed.
    • understanding, he found other thinkers by whom he was most
    • he found himself outside in the midst of a wild snowstorm, so
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    • found themselves obliged to throw overboard all theories,
    • upheld. All that might still have found a hearing 5, 6 or
    • foundation. The body of facts accumulated by physics and
    • chemistry already demand a spiritual foundation. Geology and
    • in fact it was found that, by using Darwin's method as a
    • observe the remarkable fact, scarcely to be found to the same
    • never found his way to spiritual science; hence he barred the
    • Will” all that he found upon the path of knowledge. His
    • everywhere to be found; but we pass them by unnoticed.
    • understanding, he found other thinkers by whom he was most
    • he found himself outside in the midst of a wild snowstorm, so
  • Title: Lecture: Reflections of Consciousness, Super-consciousness and Sub-consciousness
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    • foundation lies in us. Let us look about us in life and make
    • found, and because her wishes and desires — in a few
    • life, which constitutes the foundation of our whole inner
    • foundation for a universal brotherhood, and then we are
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    • foundation lies in us. Let us look about us in life and make
    • found, and because her wishes and desires — in a few
    • life, which constitutes the foundation of our whole inner
    • foundation for a universal brotherhood, and then we are
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    • objectively, with its logically produced foundations. One may
    • schooled in order not to be utterly confounded. This
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    • schooled in order not to be utterly confounded. This
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    • In its materialistic interpretation of the just foundations of
    • soul's foundation in an unconscious way (for the consciousness
    • and penetrate to the foundations where the primeval slime
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    • In its materialistic interpretation of the just foundations of
    • soul's foundation in an unconscious way (for the consciousness
    • and penetrate to the foundations where the primeval slime
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    • is far more widespread in the foundations of human souls
    • ideas have been found, adequate to the realities of this fifth
    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
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    • is far more widespread in the foundations of human souls
    • ideas have been found, adequate to the realities of this fifth
    • must be found anew in our own time. But another thing, too, you
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    • present studies: On the foundations of Spiritual Science, to
    • foundations of heredity. In the animal the thing is different.
    • — only out of somewhat different foundations of thought
    • — is no more profound than this. Only, when it is a
    • words are added — ‘profound,’ ‘cosmic,’ ‘abysmal
    • deep-seated were the foundations of the conflicts which
    • qualities, coming from strange foundations, — qualities
    • spirit; with the sole difference that the latter found its way
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    • present studies: On the foundations of Spiritual Science, to
    • foundations of heredity. In the animal the thing is different.
    • — only out of somewhat different foundations of thought
    • — is no more profound than this. Only, when it is a
    • words are added — ‘profound,’ ‘cosmic,’ ‘abysmal
    • deep-seated were the foundations of the conflicts which
    • qualities, coming from strange foundations, — qualities
    • spirit; with the sole difference that the latter found its way
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    • relation to the Time-Spirit. But we are entering very profound
    • as he can. I say it out of profound investigations of
    • to give yourselves the answer, and you will recognise profound
    • Archai, the way to Christ needs to be found. For by the way of
    • the ordinary religious faiths to-day, Christ is not found, but
    • entrusted to whoever found access to the Mysteries. These
    • Force came into earthly evolution, which, if it found its true
    • better how Christ may be found — or rather, how a way to
    • Him may be found — out of the Spirit of our Time. This is
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    • relation to the Time-Spirit. But we are entering very profound
    • as he can. I say it out of profound investigations of
    • to give yourselves the answer, and you will recognise profound
    • Archai, the way to Christ needs to be found. For by the way of
    • the ordinary religious faiths to-day, Christ is not found, but
    • entrusted to whoever found access to the Mysteries. These
    • Force came into earthly evolution, which, if it found its true
    • better how Christ may be found — or rather, how a way to
    • Him may be found — out of the Spirit of our Time. This is
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    • human emotions, men gradually found their way to the view
    • the world, the equality of all men, a thought profoundly
    • equality another profound mystery faces us. To see into this
    • capacities; it must answer the profound question: Do individual
    • point here to a profound mystery of the Old Testament
    • spirit, but is to be found in us because we are clothed in a
    • toward truth,” — then will you have found the
    • Thus did the profound German mystic, the Silesian, Angelus
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    • human emotions, men gradually found their way to the view
    • the world, the equality of all men, a thought profoundly
    • equality another profound mystery faces us. To see into this
    • capacities; it must answer the profound question: Do individual
    • point here to a profound mystery of the Old Testament
    • spirit, but is to be found in us because we are clothed in a
    • toward truth,” — then will you have found the
    • Thus did the profound German mystic, the Silesian, Angelus
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    • this legend there is profound meaning. We are to
    • penetrate with his whole soul into the profound symbol lying
    • bring about in the world. Among its profound features are the
    • not to be found directly. All that was done in humanity, more
    • sun, the Christ-light. This fact, which marks a profound
    • it the profound idea in spiritual science of the unification of
    • of theosophy, in the profound poem, The Mysteries, which
    • But no one will, despite profound reflection,
    • for him to understand in ideas the meaning of this profound
    • triangle shows us the Christ-principle in profound symbolism.
    • at a place where the profoundest meaning of Christianity is
    • the Twelve cannot tell himself. Several features of profound
    • peace and harmony of the soul. Profoundly symbolical in this
    • we are made acquainted, in a profound, manner, with the
    • Within these walls we found a shelt'ring home.
    • This is my heart's profound and only wish!
    • He found his sister peacefully asleep,
    • And thrilled with joy she found her daughter freed.
    • expressing profoundly and in very different ways the
    • beyond the dragon nature, was represented with profound
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    • this legend there is profound meaning. We are to
    • penetrate with his whole soul into the profound symbol lying
    • bring about in the world. Among its profound features are the
    • not to be found directly. All that was done in humanity, more
    • sun, the Christ-light. This fact, which marks a profound
    • it the profound idea in spiritual science of the unification of
    • of theosophy, in the profound poem, The Mysteries, which
    • But no one will, despite profound reflection,
    • for him to understand in ideas the meaning of this profound
    • triangle shows us the Christ-principle in profound symbolism.
    • at a place where the profoundest meaning of Christianity is
    • the Twelve cannot tell himself. Several features of profound
    • peace and harmony of the soul. Profoundly symbolical in this
    • we are made acquainted, in a profound, manner, with the
    • Within these walls we found a shelt'ring home.
    • This is my heart's profound and only wish!
    • He found his sister peacefully asleep,
    • And thrilled with joy she found her daughter freed.
    • expressing profoundly and in very different ways the
    • beyond the dragon nature, was represented with profound
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    • on the Christmas Foundation Meeting
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    • in truth a matter of penetrating into the most profound relationships of
    • said in the lectures here since the Christmas Foundation Meeting
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    • impulses to be found in his environment; he tries to understand his
    • that same world are to be found the results of all that is inculcated
    • found it difficult to retain concrete pictures of the things of the
    • the Christmas Foundation Meeting and above all because of the
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    • interest? And to-day, as a foundation for further studies, I shall
    • spiritual investigation, and with this foundation — which will
    • culture had found their way to Asia, brought thither by the genius of
    • of Haroun al Raschid in the 8th and 9th centuries after the founding
    • possessing far-reaching knowledge and profound wisdom. But since men
    • civilisation was incisive and profound, for Trichotomy, the
    • time, working through many hidden channels, it had a profound effect
    • established but more inward, more profound. The new dominion of
    • brief words much may be found that will help you to find your true
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    • from us, has streamed downwards and is now to be found within the
    • aeons is now to be found within the souls of men on earth. And in the
    • way in which it is no longer sought today is to be found when one
    • is taken of the fact that the Intelligence must in future be found on
    • spirituality, the profound insight still possessed by these Teachers
    • founders of Scholasticism, the spiritual significance of which has
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    • founder of the Society of Jesus, who died in the 16th century. When
    • we follow the remarkable destiny of the Jesuit Order that he founded,
    • history with the remarkable figure of Ignatius Loyola, the founder of
    • the interesting point — he succeeded in founding the Order of
    • connection with its founder are due the forces that held the Order
    • impulses from those of its founder. We may frequently see in history
    • how in the course of karma the founder of some undertaking or
    • separated from the movement they have founded and the movement passes
    • or that founder. If, however, we come to know the later earth-life of
    • the founder of some undertaking we may find that he has long ago
    • spiritual will of Ignatius Loyola found transformation.
    • These books deal with the similarities to be found in different
    • it subsequently found its way into the great work of Dante —
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    • is always a time when that which has been founded in a centre of
    • to be found at that time in architecture, in art, in science, in
    • there these Teachers found ears willing to listen to them. Their
    • those who belonged to him. A great super-sensible School was founded,
    • something which, under the impulse of the Christmas Foundation at the
    • sure foundation.
    • are to be found truly anthroposophical souls, willing to bring this
    • upwards. If such souls are not found, decadence will continue
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    • Address on the Christmas Foundation Meeting.
    • the Christmas Foundation Meeting
    • Christmas Foundation Meeting at the Goetheanum and before beginning
    • through the Christmas Foundation Meeting must be realised to the full
    • intention to give a new foundation to the Society had taken shape
    • that ever since the new Foundation of the Anthroposophical Society at
    • from that usually adopted at foundation gatherings. This Executive
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    • of this profound silence the Spiritual sounds forth, a
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    • is here that through the medium of profoundest silence the
    • found anywhere in the world which appears to us
    • words of the Logos, as from the very foundations of spiritual
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    • connected with worlds that are not to be found at all in
    • material foundation, so in yonder world the
    • found, and love is a surrender of self to the
    • other being. For that reason the true Self must be found as if
    • water is not only to be found there as part of water but is
    • later found the article printed with all the mistakes and all
    • Anthroposophy is found through that inner activity in man which
    • where the earthly world is found again
    • cognition. The world is found in man and man in the
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    • which can be found in my books
    • this foundation because my hearers were familiar with the scientific
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    • directed to the physical plane. Romans were founders of civil law and
    • to foundation of constitutional rights and Parliamentary Government.
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    • indications. On the other hand ‘ man has laid the foundations
    • in order to prepare the foundations, first for his physical body,
    • found amongst the birds, especially the migratory birds. Here we have
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    • mankind and how through these races a foundation is laid for that
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    • a Caucasian, expresses a profound mystery if we understand the law
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    • the foundation of what we call the history of mankind, the evolution
    • the foundation of the etheric body through the influence of the
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    • cooperate with them and diversify this uniform humanity, it was found
    • this way the broad foundations of the races were laid, and when man
    • Mercury, I include all the abnormal Spirits of Form to be found in
    • found in Southern Asia and in the direction of the Malay Archipelago.
    • Just as the glandular type is found distributed over Ethiopia, so in
    • these regions is found the type of man in whom the abnormal Spirits
    • its mission. In a profound occult sense the Biblical writer was able
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    • appears in one mythology is also found in a like manner in another
    • founded there the sacred primeval Indian civilization. The next
    • men who, in ancient India for example, founded the ancient Indian
    • civilization — which then found its literary expression in the
    • that time he found the spiritual content of the world seemingly
    • found in Greek mythology had been forgotten by the Persians and
    • Archangels are to be found amongst the companions of Odin: Hönir
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    • that true reality was to be found in the spiritual world, whilst the
    • Luciferic influence can be found there. You will find evidence for
    • same extent; that is only to be found where spiritual science is
    • the world, in none of them will you find such a clear and profound
    • Palestine, know the Figure of Christ!” Those were the profound
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    • firm foundation from which to proceed. For we shall deal with the
    • relationships. They were the founders of civil law and jurisprudence
    • history records and which is found in the Italian and Iberian
    • government and the founding of constitutional rights. The union of
    • continent of Atlantis which will be found where the Atlantic Ocean
    • found in Eastern Europe. In this frame of mind this world of Eastern
    • profound interpretation of the sentence, “In the Beginning was
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    • found in whom the organs of the etheric body are so far developed
    • Living Christ perceived by St. Paul, the Christ who is to be found in
    • in its guiding Folk Spirit in order that the newfound clairvoyance
    • This may be seen from the fact that a picture has been found in the
    • it is not subject to a religious Founder attached to a particular
    • have found that many of those who have accompanied us to Oslo have
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    • a more profound sense, may be called sacerdotal — it is only
    • share the profound gratitude which I feel every time at the opening
    • found its way even into their paint brushes. It is
    • profound gratitude for the sacrifices made by every single actor. It
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    • one's admiration, for the profound cosmic wisdom which lies
    • does Greek mythology express this profound truth? We know that modern
    • really to be found. When an Atlantean man gazed into the spiritual
    • throughout life. Today, Demeter forces are not to be found in
    • when it becomes shrivelled and wrinkled. This profound truth is
    • profoundly meaningful figure is regarded in our materialistic age is
    • one great mass of superstition. What new life such profound and
    • The references are to be found in
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    • forces found in man's astral body as transplanted into cosmic
    • but to be found in the main in a super-sensible world, and attainable
    • be found among all peoples of such individualities, not only in
    • the Christ Impulse to be found. They have not been
    • of the Earth, and will be able to be found there for all time, though
    • would remain behind, and the profound significance, the profound
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    • antiquity, and the profound meaning of which will only gradually be
    • within Christianity these two influences are to be found, merged
    • found clairvoyant, and only later intellectual expression. If we see
    • forces of Zeus were once to be found in an Atlantean Zeus, in the
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    • found so astonishing, but which, pieced together, give us the world
    • the wonders of the world, we found that in the figure of Dionysos the
    • ashamed. That is the expression of a most profound mystery. The Old
    • expression could be found to mark how little the outer expression of
    • wonders of the world are to be found. We find secreted there how
    • felt profoundly that the human form as it walks the Earth today is a
    • imbued with a kind of science more profound than our modern abstract,
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    • another way is to be found there as something quite obvious. When we
    • circles are to be found. These thoughts do not enter into the brain
    • these Masters are to be found in all countries. They are present on
    • realises the profound meaning of Greek history if one enters into
    • can also be found in the Akasha Chronicle. Spiritual Science can once
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    • recognising this we lay a foundation which will enable us gradually
    • beginning of Lemuria man was still not to be found in his present
    • gods were the thoughts of the lower gods, and these upper gods found
    • found it too difficult to enter into these dense elements, and
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    • forms the foundation of the human being which cannot be seen
    • up the human being and which have a profound meaning for human
    • Jordan descended to Earth, out of the most profound wisdom took with
    • to be found until far on into the Middle Ages, right on into the
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    • that he has found what will continue to be regarded as scientific for
    • than was to be found in the earlier images. So that what the
    • inner laws of the physical brain. When in April 1861 Broca found that
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    • the founding of Christianity, would lose something if they had not risen
    • of years. Greek culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding
    • not so far removed from the founding of Christianity as we are from
    • on the other side there is the founding of Christianity. All the experiences
    • their course in inner struggles and conquests. The mission of the founding
    • had been founded. Such was Florence under the influence of Savonarela. He
    • It is a remarkable spectacle, the Rome where Raphael found himself at
    • physical world on the foundation of what man, as the citizen of a State,
    • been able to speak with the same fire that is later found in Savonarola.
    • Art, but from the age of its founding, the starting point of the whole
    • by man, so that he presses on words to the foundations and causes of
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    • the founding of Christianity, would lose something if they had not risen
    • of years. Greek culture coincides in a certain sense with the founding
    • not so far removed from the founding of Christianity as we are from
    • on the other side there is the founding of Christianity. All the experiences
    • their course in inner struggles and conquests. The mission of the founding
    • had been founded. Such was Florence under the influence of Savonarela. He
    • It is a remarkable spectacle, the Rome where Raphael found himself at
    • physical world on the foundation of what man, as the citizen of a State,
    • been able to speak with the same fire that is later found in Savonarola.
    • Art, but from the age of its founding, the starting point of the whole
    • by man, so that he presses on words to the foundations and causes of
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    • he also found out the right card in a card trick, and so forth. In fact,
    • The foundation of mathematical thinking can be explained by the fact
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    • The foundation of mathematical thinking can be explained by the fact
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • when Christianity found admittance into Finland; and this primeval force
    • which of course have only found their present-day development towards
    • And thus in the forging of the Sampo we see the profound mysteries of
    • the origin of humanity. We see profound mysteries from the ancient clairvoyant
    • epic gains a profound significance when we see in it clairvoyant descriptions
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    • which in the profoundest sense of the word belongs to the most interesting
    • is nowhere to be found as in the ending of the Kalevala. The Christian
    • when Christianity found admittance into Finland; and this primeval force
    • which of course have only found their present-day development towards
    • And thus in the forging of the Sampo we see the profound mysteries of
    • the origin of humanity. We see profound mysteries from the ancient clairvoyant
    • epic gains a profound significance when we see in it clairvoyant descriptions
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
    • in the original German, will be found at the end of the present
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
    • material to be found on earth. We have learnt to make out
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    • foundation of plant-life.
    • something of immensely profound significance.
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    • and spirit are to be found everywhere, we can allow ourselves to
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    • foundation of active spiritual being. The Heights become Mysteries,
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    • These lectures contain profound descriptions of the experience of
    • profoundly, for that is just how it is — it is true! It is
    • becomes the material foundation for the spiritual life of man.
    • are always being renewed. Today they are found among so-called
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    • artificial pond that was dug nearby. For three days a profound
    • This was an external ceremony, one that profoundly stirred the
    • dying and reawakening within his own soul. The profound shock
    • at Golgotha most profoundly of all. They knew that for
    • incapable of bringing the body into such profoundly subsensible
    • there found the Christ. From the Christ they received the
    • profoundly intimate rites of the Mystery sanctuaries now
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    • that antedates the foundation of Christianity by many thousands
    • when a profound metamorphosis set in, which I shall be quite
    • earlier experiences after they had passed through the profound
    • term twice-born that may be found in ancient oriental
    • the Christ forces — are also found in certain plants and
    • found anew, and we should be fully conscious that
    • An earthly sanctuary for the re-founding of the Mysteries is
    • re-founding. It will be partly your task, my dear friends, to
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    • founded at the Christmas Conference in 1923, was divided into
    • ether was a truly profound experience. Indeed, the spiritual
    • they became inspired to found the cosmic script, which is
    • picture it points to a profound reality. To put it simply,
    • rises ever anew from its eternal foundations.
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    • related on one side to the profoundest feelings of the human
    • soul and on the other to very profound cosmic mysteries. Our
    • immediate foundation of Christianity, but from its early
    • to a radical and profound misunderstanding that has come to
    • profoundest human grief and woe the divine image was on this
    • these three days profound quiet and sorrow lay upon the
    • there they found the Christ, that from Him, the Christ in the
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    • they do many thousands of years earlier than the foundation of
    • foundation of Christianity. The development of individuals was
    • When this expression “twice-born” is found in
    • where he has permeated his physical body so profoundly with his
    • for it is founded only on assertion, not on any inward
    • the Mysteries have to be found once more. They must be found
    • to begin now, by which they can be found again.
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    • man so closely to the universe that this bond found expression
    • ever greater depths of knowledge, can provide the foundation of
    • inward joy on the part of the goddess exercised a very profound
    • could not be built on the foundation of a b c d e f;
    • but just as ordinary script was founded on letters, the
    • world-script was founded on thoughts. In this way letters of
    • especially during the Middle Ages, something most profoundly
    • Most profoundly esoteric is the thought living in these ten
    • been can somewhere be found again — can be found in the
    • earthly concern, founded and constructed as a thing of earth,
    • image contains a profound truth. And this profound truth can be
    • foundations ever rises again.
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    • be found to-day, even among the most learned Christians in the
    • be found. Anyone who assimilates w hat has been said in
    • by the existence of much profound and detailed knowledge aiming
    • profound thought in attempts to reach an understanding of
    • be found that the scale upon which have been laid all the
    • centuries before the founding of Christianity, we find there an
    • that has been said about the founding of Christianity, let us
    • Christ. Those first bearers of the Christian impulse who found
    • Christianity becoming the motive force of profound
    • to be explained when the answer can be found to the question:
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    • child of St. Luke's Gospel was lost and when he was found he
    • to be found in many widely scattered regions. The rites often
    • easy to understand, these things have not found their way into
    • laying the Foundation Stone of our building in Dornach. Certain
    • Order of the profound wisdom that had sunk into the soul of
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    • things took place of profound significance not only for the
    • profound understanding of human life, deep and sensitive
    • life had been since his twelfth year, how he had found himself
    • profound and intimate understanding of his mood of soul, of his
    • ancient prophets, nevertheless he was a great and profound
    • knew how profound had been the words spoken by Hillel. It was
    • in Babylon and only later found his way into Judaism. But
    • spoke words of profound truth when he taught: Sever not thyself
    • life has been set, the foundations of which were laid by
    • Jesus could save Himself from them. He found the strength that
    • had left a deep impression upon Him. And everywhere He found
    • They recognised Him and He found among them those to whom
    • Foundation Stone of our Building was laid, tried to envisage
    • later on, is found to be worshipped in forms of cult the same
    • accepted as profound wisdom. This is the picture we must have
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    • description in 1917, and which is summed up in the Foundation Stone
    • have a firm foundation in spiritual knowledge, I can say: in them we
    • Things which rest upon a spiritual-scientific foundation are like
    • this for those seeking to found a genuine, truthful Monism. Those who
    • in her soul not only those forces, which are otherwise to be found in
    • themselves as belonging to it in the future. Other societies, founded
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    • description in 1917, and which is summed up in the Foundation Stone
    • have a firm foundation in spiritual knowledge, I can say: in them we
    • Things which rest upon a spiritual-scientific foundation are like
    • this for those seeking to found a genuine, truthful Monism. Those who
    • in her soul not only those forces, which are otherwise to be found in
    • themselves as belonging to it in the future. Other societies, founded
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
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    • The first half of this volume builds up the foundation of knowledge;
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    • on the historical foundations (including a careful appraisal of
    • apologetic urbanity — which is found nowhere else.
    • was founded and vigorously propagated, and when for a time his
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    • thinking is founded on bodily processes. From this can stem the
    • incentive to seek a kind of thinking no longer founded on
    • bodily processes. But this can only be found by building
    • profound conformity to law that the abnormality is
    • reach the spiritual foundation of nature. We attain, in our
    • person, then the vital thoughts into which you have found your
    • spiritual science will be found to be justified precisely from
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    • something which, if I may say so, is found only rarely in
    • abstract thinking to vital thinking is exactly as if we found a
    • Wahle found for instance, that ordinary consciousness
    • eternal in human nature. And on this foundation there now
    • a foundation of knowledge, not of faith, we can now say: as
    • recognizing how souls thirst for a profounder approach to
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    • that he found himself increasingly absorbed into a lasting
    • Something much more profound is involved. What this is we can
    • examination of the foundations of human civilization. This is
    • he found in Kant or Comte; he has complete command of the modes
    • looking at the works of art he found in the South, he wrote to
    • Spinoza he had found divine power represented philosophically.
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    • observing this attitude, we are profoundly struck by a word
    • later, Christianity was founded, and henceforward we have a
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    • trained natural scientists on this subject today are founded on
    • within man, to reach the actual foundations of existence. But
    • foundations of the soul itself. Even such outstanding mystics
    • obtain by repeating the experience of the profoundest
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    • charge is without foundation. The point of this philosophy is
    • acquaintance, you found a woman completely endowed with social
    • of the Waldorf School is also found elsewhere. What is
    • formulated social ideas, there lies something more profound,
    • reactions to them, are in the midst of a profound
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    • nineteenth century onwards) must also be followed by a profound
    • to be found.
    • foundations. And however much these things are disguised in
    • foundations.
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    • personality is not as yet found in Asia. If on the other hand
    • Yet the ritual act and its foundations in turn involved an
    • seen as the central social problem, was also found in earlier
    • shortcomings. Nowadays, we found associations for
    • foundations quite unlike those that exist today,
    • foundations that took root in the souls of men, but at a time
    • Perceiving this psychological basis, this spiritual foundation,
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    • founded, and at the same time that it is not fragmentary
    • of disseminating intellectual culture, as a foundation for
    • instincts, which are also found in animals, and all that is
    • the Orient. They have a profound belief in the spirit in
    • life, on foundations such as I have described, combining the
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    • point of view, was the profound misunderstanding it met
    • position to exert that profound influence of which I have been
    • real foundations of law. And this also involved a battle over
    • the foundations of the state. At least, it was generally
    • foundations of law had been lost also meant, therefore, that it
    • foundation for it. On this foundation, men can enter into a
    • legislation, you often found that what they said, about the
    • state founds institutions out of spiritual life. But you can
    • Society after society is founded and draws up its
    • honest, there cannot well up, from a democratic foundation,
    • people once again found themselves face to face with a
    • When this happens, the law — which is founded on a human
    • true fraternity can found a way of life only if this derives
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    • fluidity found therein. You would inwardly experience yourself, along with
    • it may be mentioned that societies exist in which people are to be found
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    • fluidity found therein. You would inwardly experience yourself, along with
    • it may be mentioned that societies exist in which people are to be found
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    • people are to be found who, according to the principles of these
    • esteem, harmony and compassion, at the profoundest depths of their
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    • Nevertheless, we shall gain a foundation for the next lectures,
    • something that can also be found on other planets of our
    • to be found on other planets.
    • found there, but that the smallest cell in a hen's egg, let us
    • solid foundation for the former. That is the specific action of
    • things in their secret occult foundations. Though such a drink
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    • of presenting external facts in an orderly and profound manner
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    • founded in the etheric body and described in the last lecture,
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    • acquires a profound, intense feeling of this, because he gains
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    • at its foundation, the earthly man actually appears to us as if
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    • found.’ (Matthew 18, 20.)
    • foundations of the third post-Atlantean age. In 1518 there died
    • certain aspects of the foundation of the fourth post-Atlantean
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