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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • gradually into the soul. On the other hand, however, another impulse,
    • era. On the other hand the Ahrimanic influence has been at work since
    • prove spiritualism on the one hand and materialism on the other. And
    • see, Ahriman skillfully prepares his goal beforehand; ever since the
    • economist has been in command. Rulers are in fact merely the handymen,
    • has been handed down. There exists nowhere today a less true
    • with the Christ Impulse, and how, on the other hand, the Gospel must
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • gradually into the soul. On the other hand, however, another impulse,
    • era. On the other hand the Ahrimanic influence has been at work since
    • prove spiritualism on the one hand and materialism on the other. And
    • see, Ahriman skillfully prepares his goal beforehand; ever since the
    • economist has been in command. Rulers are in fact merely the handymen,
    • has been handed down. There exists nowhere today a less true
    • with the Christ Impulse, and how, on the other hand, the Gospel must
  • Title: Cover: The Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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  • 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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    • day, is to be found, on the one hand, that which appertains to the
    • of Moses. Inasmuch as St. Paul, on the one hand, refers to this Law of
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • through his organs of touch, by means of his hands and feet, by
    • handling, walking, speaking, he reacts on the physical world around
    • basis of the world. Thou wilt attain to that on the one hand by
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • feel, on the other hand, that the human soul may, so to say, be thrown
    • great teachings of Krishna. On the other hand, it all seems so calm,
    • matter what our hands may carry out, even — speaking of the Gita
    • all that we speak with our mouth and do with our hands, this it is to
    • happens by my hand or is spoken by my mouth, I can look on at as
    • stand there afraid, with folded hands. All the hosts of seers call
    • Visvas, Aswins, Maruts, Ushmapas, Ghandarvas, Yakshas, Siddhas,
    • only with the hand The Dronas, the Jayadanas, the Bhishmas, the
    • words from Krishna, reverently with folded hands, tremblingly,
  • 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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    • are the impressions received by the soul when, on the one hand, it
    • nature of the Bhagavad Gita to work upon it, and on the other hand
    • philosophically. In the Epistles of St. Paul, on the other hand, we
    • significance on the one hand of the Bhagavad Gita, and on the other of
    • Sattva condition. On the other hand, if we contemplate a soul after
    • forces which pass through our hands and arms unite them with our body.
    • He began to feel himself a member of the earth. On the one hand, he
    • personal into his words. It is that which on the one hand gives the
    • substance, in which the latter has the upper hand, as the condition of
    • But, on the other hand, we see that which is still more stupendous;
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • hand, it may be said that they are now within the reach of anyone,
    • together as do the right and left hands, and we should not only listen
    • I am not the hand therefore I do not belong to the body, it would none
    • only one body. The eye may not say to the hand: I do not require thee!
    • sister-soul, as it were, the wise rulers of the world saw beforehand
    • the, Gods and divine wisdom, and on the other hand dutifully to study
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • From shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer. English translation
    • very principle on which the Bible is based. Thus we see on the one hand the
    • other hand put aside, discredited by scientific research.
    • incident occurred, and it has been handed down as a kind of anecdote. It was
    • On the one hand then, we have the ancient Bible bringing before us in its
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • From shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer. English translation
    • very principle on which the Bible is based. Thus we see on the one hand the
    • other hand put aside, discredited by scientific research.
    • incident occurred, and it has been handed down as a kind of anecdote. It was
    • On the one hand then, we have the ancient Bible bringing before us in its
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • we can say: On the one hand our conception of the life of soul is such
    • vested in the hands of groups of men, who, as they declared,
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • hand, and as a doer, a being of action, on the other; with his
    • very little; what we do with the hands, also very little. And so we
    • sleep. We perceive our arm; we perceive how our hand grasps some
  • Title: Bridge Between: Cover Sheet
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  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • victim of an attack. On the other hand, England's foreign secretary,
    • very motion of raising his hand, is expressing his infinite compassion
    • through arm and hand, an energy that is evidenced by indentations that
    • the fingers of the extended hand seem to leave in the rock itself.
    • that merely by raising His hand He would radiate such power onto the
    • The Christ figure in the middle has his right hand directed downward
    • hand of the Christ exudes. This radiance from Christ's hand causes the
    • confront Constantine's army. Constantine, on the other hand, had a
    • Lucifer towers above, it must be shown that the Christ raises His hand
    • with each other. We, on the other hand, speak of a people's spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • victim of an attack. On the other hand, England's foreign secretary,
    • very motion of raising his hand, is expressing his infinite compassion
    • through arm and hand, an energy that is evidenced by indentations that
    • the fingers of the extended hand seem to leave in the rock itself.
    • that merely by raising His hand He would radiate such power onto the
    • The Christ figure in the middle has his right hand directed downward
    • hand of the Christ exudes. This radiance from Christ's hand causes the
    • confront Constantine's army. Constantine, on the other hand, had a
    • Lucifer towers above, it must be shown that the Christ raises His hand
    • with each other. We, on the other hand, speak of a people's spiritual
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • Translated from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer. The
    • Sin which still persisted in the human astral body was handed down by gradual
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • Translated from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer. The
    • Sin which still persisted in the human astral body was handed down by gradual
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • when He appeared to the disciples, to feel the scars with his hands
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • when He appeared to the disciples, to feel the scars with his hands
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • walk, or our hands which we raise, have no weight whatever for us. Our
    • hand lifts and carries a hundredweight . . . why is this hundredweight
    • heavy? Or our hand lifts and carries itself . . . why do we feel no
    • weight at all? My hand belongs to me; for this reason I do not feel
    • each hand. To begin with, the Mars-being would necessarily believe
    • hands, a part of his entire being. If however it were later forced to
    • his hand, it would naturally be astonished. It is really true that we
    • Amazement and desire for knowledge on the one hand, and conscience on
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • walk, or our hands which we raise, have no weight whatever for us. Our
    • hand lifts and carries a hundredweight . . . why is this hundredweight
    • heavy? Or our hand lifts and carries itself . . . why do we feel no
    • weight at all? My hand belongs to me; for this reason I do not feel
    • each hand. To begin with, the Mars-being would necessarily believe
    • hands, a part of his entire being. If however it were later forced to
    • his hand, it would naturally be astonished. It is really true that we
    • Amazement and desire for knowledge on the one hand, and conscience on
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • easy for those who are working with us. And yet, on the other hand,
    • can be no understanding of Christianity! On the other hand it must
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • nightcaps over their eyes will be amazed, but on the other hand also
    • the material world, behind what eyes can see and hands can grasp
    • human evolution. On the other hand, we must take care that everything
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • And so because it is given into the hands of man and is a matter of
    • as the “Foolish Virgins.” On the other hand, Spiritual
    • science. The manuscript lay in the hands of the editor for a long
    • and the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand; know yourselves, pay heed to the
  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • into my hands, I heard that the closing runes — which make
    • hand, directs its attention to the truths, to the Initiation-Knowledge
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • the noblest fruits of that union; on the other hand, however, mankind
    • hand pointing forward so significantly, as a personality drawn from
    • vulgarity, that it could not be from the hand of Raphael himself but
    • course, will still be known; but the creations of Raphael's own hand
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • On the other hand, another telling fact points to the significance
    • human being today. On the other hand, all the power of compassion will
  • Title: Lecture: Form-creating Forces
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    • spiritual world actually as destructive forces. On the other hand, all
    • since become a heritage, handed down from generation to generation. In
    • freely into his own hands. In the course of Earth-evolution in the
    • the one hand, the development of the individuality is progressing, on
    • the contradiction when it is said on the one hand that universal
    • so often is the Movement handed over to the forces of destruction. To
  • Title: Lecture: Earthly and Cosmic Man
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  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 1
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    • how the Egyptian handled the dead; we remember the mummies, and how
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 2
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    • a certain gift for combinations get the upper hand, so that we try to
    • have been greatly handicapped had they remained bound to lower beings.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 3
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    • little handful of whom we have already spoken, who were led by the
    • just this handful, being composed of the most advanced men of that
    • natural that only a handful of the most advanced could develop true
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 4
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    • them. But on the other hand they were too noble for the earth.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 5
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    • earth with his hands, he would have perceived warmth-phenomena. The
    • more, and the firm mineral kernel gradually evolved. On the one hand,
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 6
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    • other hand, very high beings also are connected with it. We already
    • develop his present form. On the other hand, if only the moon forces
    • hands prolong themselves to the gigantic, and then shrink up again.
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 7
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    • young; there is no old opinion handed down among you from ancient
    • Osiris with his twenty-eight hands plays upon the spine as upon a
    • the nerves are the strings on which the hands of Apollo play. Apollo
    • seen, the hands of Apollo were seen. The important thing is that we
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 8
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    • In single beings, one or another of these members had the upper hand.
    • had the upper hand, while the physical was less developed, so that we
    • companions. Day-consciousness, on the other hand, was weak. This
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 9
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    • handwriting of the gods.”
    • handwriting. We see that it was our friend's hand that formed these
    • also that he should see how the gods moved their hands in writing the
    • physical world as the handwriting of the gods. Here we see how piece
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 10
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    • an organ, of the entire spiritual world. As the hand, if it could
    • hand. The ego gained predominance in the man-form. All the organs are
    • way into Greece as the saga of Prometheus. We must not lay rough hands
    • spirit. But the pupil was not to seize the facts with heavy hands. The
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 11
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    • On the other hand, one who had lived as an initiate in the physical
  • Title: Lecture: Lecture 12
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    • something, Osiris must do it; if I move my hand, Osiris and Isis must
  • Title: Egyptian Myths: Pressing Page
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  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • Translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • moving neither hand nor foot, never turning his eyes away from the
    • the one hand during waking life and during sleep on the other?
    • that if someone has [a piece] of bread or meat in his hand it is a
    • possible only by considering on the one hand what was said previously
    • toward the heart; and if, on the other hand, we grasp the significance
    • discoverer gives this force into the hands of humankind, men will no
  • Title: Lecture: The Etherisation of the Blood
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    • moving neither hand nor foot, never turning his eyes away from the
    • the one hand during waking life and during sleep on the other?
    • that if someone has [a piece] of bread or meat in his hand it is a
    • possible only by considering on the one hand what was said previously
    • toward the heart; and if, on the other hand, we grasp the significance
    • discoverer gives this force into the hands of humankind, men will no
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • From a shorthand report, unrevised by the lecturer. Published by
    • sentence. In Woodrow Wilson, on the other hand, it is as though his
    • instilled it all into his consciousness. On the one hand the things
  • Title: Evil and the Future of Man
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    • From a shorthand report, unrevised by the lecturer. Published by
    • sentence. In Woodrow Wilson, on the other hand, it is as though his
    • instilled it all into his consciousness. On the one hand the things
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • Translation, from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer, by R. H. Bruce.
    • beforehand. Yet he had a superstition that the drama could not be
    • hand, however, we must ask ourselves: What does such an answer to the question
    • to do so were they constantly pursued by ill-fortune. On the other hand, it
    • an interest in him. On the other hand, we have seen that good fortune may
    • my wisdom planned, all that I determined or was able to see beforehand. —
    • another pursuing a visionary happiness; or on the other hand he may see
    • that he can say: On the one hand, I live in the line of heredity, since I bear
  • Title: Good Fortune Its Reality and Its Semblance
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    • Translation, from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer, by R. H. Bruce.
    • beforehand. Yet he had a superstition that the drama could not be
    • hand, however, we must ask ourselves: What does such an answer to the question
    • to do so were they constantly pursued by ill-fortune. On the other hand, it
    • an interest in him. On the other hand, we have seen that good fortune may
    • my wisdom planned, all that I determined or was able to see beforehand. —
    • another pursuing a visionary happiness; or on the other hand he may see
    • that he can say: On the one hand, I live in the line of heredity, since I bear
  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • there. On the other hand, during the time from the change of teeth
    • as he expands ever more widely in the spirit, he can hand over his
    • if they did not fall out. The permanent teeth, on the other hand, are
  • Title: The Human Heart
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    • there. On the other hand, during the time from the change of teeth
    • as he expands ever more widely in the spirit, he can hand over his
    • if they did not fall out. The permanent teeth, on the other hand, are
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • acquire by his own handiwork. In the course of life, attention is drawn to
    • that of having hands and feet but without being able to use them because
    • nature of this means. While on the one hand anyone who constructs the
    • revealed, on the other hand the spiritual researcher constructs a purely
    • being is organized in such a way, on the one hand, that the independent
    • develop until the fourth life stage. But on the other hand, the ego carries
    • and to admit that on the one hand, Spiritual Science does not affect the
  • Title: Human Life in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • acquire by his own handiwork. In the course of life, attention is drawn to
    • that of having hands and feet but without being able to use them because
    • nature of this means. While on the one hand anyone who constructs the
    • revealed, on the other hand the spiritual researcher constructs a purely
    • being is organized in such a way, on the one hand, that the independent
    • develop until the fourth life stage. But on the other hand, the ego carries
    • and to admit that on the one hand, Spiritual Science does not affect the
  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • completely in hand and be able to exercise strict control over one's
  • Title: The Inner Development of Man
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    • completely in hand and be able to exercise strict control over one's
  • Title: The Invisible Man Within Us
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    • On the other hand, where
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    • On the other hand, where
  • Title: Isis and Madonna
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    • the eyes and tangible for the hands. Man becomes gradually ever more
    • art and wisdom go hand in hand, when art again becomes a
  • Title: Isis and Madonna
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    • the eyes and tangible for the hands. Man becomes gradually ever more
    • art and wisdom go hand in hand, when art again becomes a
  • Title: Jesus and Christ
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    • hand, transform itself and thereby acquire the possibility of
    • season to another. Even as our hands share in the life of our bodies,
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    • hand, transform itself and thereby acquire the possibility of
    • season to another. Even as our hands share in the life of our bodies,
  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • but only one handed down for this purpose by the guiding spirits of humanity
    • body with the hour-hand and the minute-hand of a clock. A great
    • speeding up the hour-hand of the clock even a little.
    • hand-wise, has its roots in the astral body.
    • and the next. On the other hand, faults of a more individual nature, a
    • away from the rest of the hand and wither.
  • Title: Lecture: The Lord's Prayer
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    • but only one handed down for this purpose by the guiding spirits of humanity
    • body with the hour-hand and the minute-hand of a clock. A great
    • speeding up the hour-hand of the clock even a little.
    • hand-wise, has its roots in the astral body.
    • and the next. On the other hand, faults of a more individual nature, a
    • away from the rest of the hand and wither.
  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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  • Title: Lecture: Love and Its Meaning in the World
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    • from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • those physical and etheric organs on the other hand which are deserted
    • the one hand and the highest ethical upon the other.
  • Title: Lecture: Man As A Picture of The Living Spirit
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    • those physical and etheric organs on the other hand which are deserted
    • the one hand and the highest ethical upon the other.
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • (In Rudolf Steiner's own handwriting.)
  • Title: Lecture: Newborn Might and Strength Everlasting
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    • (In Rudolf Steiner's own handwriting.)
  • Title: Occult Significance of Blood
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    • Faust makes a slight incision in his left hand with a small penknife,
    • place beforehand in the astral body. The latter no longer merely lives
    • but, on the other hand, he is now conscious of his inner life, and out
    • Hand in hand with this transformation another change takes place in
    • senses. Yet, on the other hand, the man of today is no longer
    • partook more of the nature of a vivid dream, but, on the other hand,
    • possess its ancient wisdom, the wisdom which was handed down through
  • Title: Occult Significance of Blood
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    • Faust makes a slight incision in his left hand with a small penknife,
    • place beforehand in the astral body. The latter no longer merely lives
    • but, on the other hand, he is now conscious of his inner life, and out
    • Hand in hand with this transformation another change takes place in
    • senses. Yet, on the other hand, the man of today is no longer
    • partook more of the nature of a vivid dream, but, on the other hand,
    • possess its ancient wisdom, the wisdom which was handed down through
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • forms. To-day, we are still able to move our hands and our face can still
  • Title: Lecture: Outlooks for the Future
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    • forms. To-day, we are still able to move our hands and our face can still
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • a different handwriting. Tell him to stop writing automatically and try
    • the letters he writes. Tell him to try to shape his handwriting differently
    • when a man consciously changes his handwriting, he is obliged to pay
    • expected to acquire an entirely different character in their handwriting.
    • would soon correct their hideous handwriting if they really looked at the
    • things we do out of habit. Nowadays, people only alter their handwriting
    • I suggest that if one changes one's handwriting honestly, it will help to
    • and left hands. If a man, however, is occasionally able to do with his left
    • hand what he commonly does with the right, he will strengthen the
  • Title: Lecture: Overcoming Nervousness
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    • a different handwriting. Tell him to stop writing automatically and try
    • the letters he writes. Tell him to try to shape his handwriting differently
    • when a man consciously changes his handwriting, he is obliged to pay
    • expected to acquire an entirely different character in their handwriting.
    • would soon correct their hideous handwriting if they really looked at the
    • things we do out of habit. Nowadays, people only alter their handwriting
    • I suggest that if one changes one's handwriting honestly, it will help to
    • and left hands. If a man, however, is occasionally able to do with his left
    • hand what he commonly does with the right, he will strengthen the
  • Title: Lecture: Polarities in Health, Illness and Therapy
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    • an intimate connection on the one hand between the physical body and
    • Thus it is necessary to penetrate into nature on the one hand and into the
    • are involved making it possible that on the one hand, remedies and
    • therapeutic methods can be tried out, and on the other hand, the remedies
    • especially if you look on the one hand into the complexity of natural
    • other hand into the immense complexity of processes of illness and health
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    • an intimate connection on the one hand between the physical body and
    • Thus it is necessary to penetrate into nature on the one hand and into the
    • are involved making it possible that on the one hand, remedies and
    • therapeutic methods can be tried out, and on the other hand, the remedies
    • especially if you look on the one hand into the complexity of natural
    • other hand into the immense complexity of processes of illness and health
  • Title: Lecture: Practical Training In Thought
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    • did, the London post office would be entirely inadequate to handle the
    • a thousand different directions, or on the other hand he may become
    • then becomes possible to imagine how the matter might be handled in
    • be able to handle the most everyday occupations in a practical way. By
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    • did, the London post office would be entirely inadequate to handle the
    • a thousand different directions, or on the other hand he may become
    • then becomes possible to imagine how the matter might be handled in
    • be able to handle the most everyday occupations in a practical way. By
  • Title: Lecture: Preparing for the Sixth Epoch
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    • every kind of community. But on the other hand the human being must,
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    • every kind of community. But on the other hand the human being must,
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    • On the one hand, spiritual science stands
    • its feet. On the other hand, the opposite can perhaps also be heard
    • handicapped and intentions impeded.
    • Naturally, there are exceptions. On the other hand, a preference
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    • On the one hand, spiritual science stands
    • its feet. On the other hand, the opposite can perhaps also be heard
    • handicapped and intentions impeded.
    • Naturally, there are exceptions. On the other hand, a preference
  • Title: Search for the New Isis, the Divine Sophia: The Quest for the Isis-Sophia
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    • way. On the one hand, Osiris is the representative of the powers of the
    • hand over to the human being what matures out of the earth. The Egyptian myth
    • ancient Egyptians, On the one hand, they look up to the sun, they look up
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    • way. On the one hand, Osiris is the representative of the powers of the
    • hand over to the human being what matures out of the earth. The Egyptian myth
    • ancient Egyptians, On the one hand, they look up to the sun, they look up
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • This translation is based on shorthand notes not revised by
    • handled his soul-life, below the animal level.
  • Title: Self Knowledge and the Christ Experience
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    • handled his soul-life, below the animal level.
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    • on the other hand for the assimilation of foodstuffs in the human body.
    • physical-perceptible existence on the one hand and super-sensible
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    • On the other hand, something else is also working. A perpetual
    • merchandise — in order for the apparent worth of the bank note to
    • areas. Of course we cannot immediately take in hand the reform of the
    • nearest to hand, thereby enhancing our self-love, but to feel it our
    • in all his or her uniqueness is very weak today. On the one hand, we
    • way again, and that is what is so important. On the one hand, we
    • imagination for meeting people in the present. On the other hand,
    • unnatural precisely because, on the one hand, it shows the necessity
    • hand they correspond with a need, and on the other with a tragedy.
    • other hand becomes ill or actually suffers a death if he desires to be
    • possibility of healthy development. In the East, on the other hand,
    • certainly strengthened the hands of the Bolsheviks against more
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    • merchandise — in order for the apparent worth of the bank note to
    • areas. Of course we cannot immediately take in hand the reform of the
    • nearest to hand, thereby enhancing our self-love, but to feel it our
    • in all his or her uniqueness is very weak today. On the one hand, we
    • way again, and that is what is so important. On the one hand, we
    • imagination for meeting people in the present. On the other hand,
    • unnatural precisely because, on the one hand, it shows the necessity
    • hand they correspond with a need, and on the other with a tragedy.
    • other hand becomes ill or actually suffers a death if he desires to be
    • possibility of healthy development. In the East, on the other hand,
    • certainly strengthened the hands of the Bolsheviks against more
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    • hand, indicating that this was a realm he was not willing to enter. A
    • supremely true utterance, consisting of a gesture of the hand, was
    • On the other hand, the need to separate the economic sphere from the
    • On the other hand, directly economic life acquired its modern,
    • affinities on the one hand and the Asiatic frontier on the other, has
    • With every thought we harbour, with every movement of the hand, with
    • hand, more and more life surges out into cosmic space the further we
    • America develop hands resembling those of the Red Indians; they begin
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    • hand, indicating that this was a realm he was not willing to enter. A
    • supremely true utterance, consisting of a gesture of the hand, was
    • On the other hand, the need to separate the economic sphere from the
    • On the other hand, directly economic life acquired its modern,
    • affinities on the one hand and the Asiatic frontier on the other, has
    • With every thought we harbour, with every movement of the hand, with
    • hand, more and more life surges out into cosmic space the further we
    • America develop hands resembling those of the Red Indians; they begin
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    • between his written works on the one hand and, on the other, reports
    • standpoints: on the one hand as the higher nature of man which he is
    • compared to the minute hand of a clock and the changes in character,
    • temperament and habits to the hour hand. This difference then is
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    • standpoints: on the one hand as the higher nature of man which he is
    • compared to the minute hand of a clock and the changes in character,
    • temperament and habits to the hour hand. This difference then is
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    • the upper hand in a human being, he becomes a world-hater, and such
    • being can promote overweening egotism when it gets the upper hand
    • experience of darkness — where we see nothing. On the other hand,
    • in the second Post-Atlantean epoch. On the other hand in the third
    • Apostate. He fell by the hand of a murderer because he was intent upon
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    • the upper hand in a human being, he becomes a world-hater, and such
    • being can promote overweening egotism when it gets the upper hand
    • experience of darkness — where we see nothing. On the other hand,
    • in the second Post-Atlantean epoch. On the other hand in the third
    • Apostate. He fell by the hand of a murderer because he was intent upon
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    • contemplate without on the one hand feeling an intense longing awaken
    • men of olden times, on the one hand with the knowledge of the inner
    • bring man into uncertainty if he were not duly prepared beforehand.
    • instinct; free, on the other hand, where we have grown independent of
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    • contemplate without on the one hand feeling an intense longing awaken
    • men of olden times, on the one hand with the knowledge of the inner
    • bring man into uncertainty if he were not duly prepared beforehand.
    • instinct; free, on the other hand, where we have grown independent of
  • Title: Lecture: Truth, Beauty, and Goodness
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    • On the other hand, it was possible for the inner experience of the
    • On the one hand, the Christmas Tree, on the other, the national gods
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    • On the other hand, it was possible for the inner experience of the
    • On the one hand, the Christmas Tree, on the other, the national gods
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    • hand, has exposed not so much himself but the science of Physiology
    • of dependence. George Egerton on the other hand says that
    • the minute-hand of a clock, and the changes in the etheric body by
    • the hour-hand. What the human being changes in his etheric body, what
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    • of dependence. George Egerton on the other hand says that
    • the minute-hand of a clock, and the changes in the etheric body by
    • the hour-hand. What the human being changes in his etheric body, what
  • Title: Lecture: The Work of the Angels In Man's Astral Body
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    • (shorthand had just begun to exist), so that their text did not
    • decorations, etc., so that the effect of his plays may be handicapped
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    • (shorthand had just begun to exist), so that their text did not
    • decorations, etc., so that the effect of his plays may be handicapped
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    • Shakespeare's hand have ever been found; they are also
    • scenery so that the effect of his plays may be handicapped by bad
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    • Shakespeare's hand have ever been found; they are also
    • scenery so that the effect of his plays may be handicapped by bad
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  • Title: Man as a Being: Cover Sheet
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    • have also, on the other hand, an experience that is directed outwards,
    • Just imagine! On the other hand, the senses from taste downwards (see
    • On the other hand, it cannot be gainsaid that there is an immense
    • On the other hand, there can be no idea, no mental image, in which we
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    • You have on the one hand the faculty of memory, an important
    • other hand a capacity less noticeable, because men give themselves to
    • concepts he forms. On the other hand, it will easily be seen that the
    • difficulties in remembering; while on the other hand such children
    • On the other hand, what develops in us as the faculty of memory
    • one hand you have the human being shaping his concept-forming faculty
    • and the physical body most definitely so of all. On the other hand, in
    • imprinted in the head-organisation. On the other hand, the astral
    • we have in the faculty of memory something which on the one hand
    • appears to us as of a soul-spiritual nature, and on the other hand,
    • love, which shows itself on the one hand to be entirely bound
    • up with the bodily nature, and which on the other hand we can grasp,
    • because natural causality on the one hand, and the life of the
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    • On the other hand, the moment of waking is the most favourable for
    • On the other hand, the pain we feel at the death of older people
    • life is near and close at hand, the very fact that we have such
    • what is seemingly near at hand, but first and foremost, what comes
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    • On the other hand, the moment of waking is the most favourable for
    • On the other hand, the pain we feel at the death of older people
    • life is near and close at hand, the very fact that we have such
    • what is seemingly near at hand, but first and foremost, what comes
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • This was centred on the one hand in the wonderful Greek race, with
    • their highly cultivated sense of beauty, and on the other hand in the
    • a whole, then to the pointed arches must be added the folded hands and
  • 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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    • grasped with the hands, nor have any connection with outer, material
    • but if on the other hand I see it as the symbol of the higher triad of
    • eyes we cannot see the events of those times, nor with sensely hands
    • as it was formerly in the hands of the Egyptian priests; at that time,
    • earth alternates between these two, he is influenced on the one hand
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • to pieces; on the other hand were you to put all the broken pieces
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture IV: The Outer Manifestations of Spiritual Beings in the Elements. Their connection with Man. Cosmic partitions. The Myth of Osiris.
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    • Under the influence of the Elohim on one hand and Jehovah on the
    • hand and exalted Sun-Spirits on the other. They required a
    • beings as regards human evolution. On one hand we have very mature
    • one hand, Lucifer and his hosts on the other, are concerned with the
    • instances that the myths and legends that have been handed down to us
  • 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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    • hand, should appear differently, that it should be lengthened, for
    • had accelerated evolution considerably; upwards on the one hand, and
    • other hand the curly hair of Hermes, also the formation of the eyes
    • the other hand, the forces belonging to the type of the Greek himself
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VII: Animal forms -- the physiognomical expression of human passions. The religion of Egypt -- a remembrance of Lemurian times. Fish and serpent symbols. The remembrance of Atlantis in Europe. The Light of Christ.
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    • consciousness. On the other hand, he received, as the first heralding
    • other hand, there was another organ which was specially stimulated
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The progress of man. His conquest of the physical plane in the post-Atlantean civilizations. The beginning and up-building of the 'I am.' The chosen people.
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    • the other hand, when dimness and darkness enveloped man at night. This
    • high degree of freedom in its system of government; on one hand it was
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture X: The reflection in the fourth epoch of mans experiences with the ancient Gods and their way of the Cross. The Christ-Mystery.
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    • his hand, but has no power to affect the chemical forces of his bones;
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    • longer quite correct; even in Theosophical handbooks great mistakes
    • In it, on the one hand, the categorical imperative is put forward with
    • its practical postulates of reason; on the other hand, purely
    • We have seen how a handful of people who dwelt in the neighbourhood of
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    • to take itself in hand and recognize itself as a centre, to confront
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    • hand and the spiritual-scientific deepening of
    • origins both of religious life on the one hand and
    • intensity: on the one hand an exaggeration of the
    • On the other hand, we must recognise
    • indicated by the laying on of hands. In the
    • finds twofold statement: on the one hand in the Son-element,
    • effect directly, at first hand, for any reflection
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    • hand and the spiritual-scientific deepening of
    • origins both of religious life on the one hand and
    • intensity: on the one hand an exaggeration of the
    • On the other hand, we must recognise
    • indicated by the laying on of hands. In the
    • finds twofold statement: on the one hand in the Son-element,
    • effect directly, at first hand, for any reflection
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    • the one hand there was an almost prayerful reverence for a great work
    • constructed a very unique theory for himself. On the one hand, he saw
    • upper hand in a person, that person becomes neurasthenic; for a human
    • the extent that his plant nature gains the upper hand. Paradoxical!
    • with a programme he had formulated. Beforehand, he had announced to a
    • individuality's physical and etheric bodies on the one hand, his
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    • the one hand we have all the things that happen with the regularity
    • an order that was based, on the one hand, on 354, and on the other
    • hand, on 49 (7 x 7) — or, respectively, 50. And this accompanied
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    • that issues from the brain and mediates the lifting of my hand is
    • lift my hand, I must be able to perceive the movement of my hand. The
    • movements of the hand. I am of course very well aware of all the
    • in the body is a strong expression of the astral. On the other hand,
    • the head, on the one hand, with the rest of the body on the other, it
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    • On the other hand, beauty works in the area of the breast in such a
    • generated. On the other hand, when we strive for truth — and this
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    • passage between birth and death on the one hand, and between death and
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    • whole organism. Having a sense of movement, on the other hand, means
    • on the one hand there is my forward movement, on the other, there is
    • with the object. On the other hand, in experiencing the sweetness of
    • up its shadow side with a loving hand. The materialistic science of
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    • On the other hand, my greatest burden of thanks lies in a direction
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    • On the one hand, spiritual science has the task of linking the
    • established. On the other hand, however, spiritual science must also
    • On the one hand, anyone who expresses such things as these is touching
    • on the highest truths; on the other hand, what he says can sound
    • word as planned beforehand. The person against whom the insult is
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    • the one hand, that it is not possible to submerge in an immediate,
    • quite familiar — and found heavy markings in Nietzsche's own hand
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    • What needs to be acquired, on the one hand, is memory. Just imagine
    • one hand, at the same time that humanity has been memorising things
    • has, on the other hand, also been developing an ahrimanic support for
    • event had been planned beforehand so that what was going to happen was
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    • beforehand; they are not experienced for the first time when the being
    • Moon. During the Moon period, thoughts had been thought beforehand by
    • We must learn to draw a fine distinction: On the one hand there is
    • scientific content. On the other hand, there is what is engraved in
    • beforehand. If one takes this into account, then a sense of
    • these are things you can lay your hands on — I am speaking
    • lay your hands on.
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    • are attached and also what the arms and hands express to the Twins,
    • the head of what today is in the hands need not cause us to falter. In
    • hands and arms do we not truly see that they already show a
    • disposition to become organs of speech? Do not the hands and arms
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    • other hand, will be produced during the time after our present life is
    • through movement — through hand movements, for example, or by the
    • the sense of tone. You only need to lay your hands on a normal
    • make a movement like this (a hand raised in a gesture of holding off).
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    • which the hands can grasp and the eyes can see is to be accepted as
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    • eyes perceive and our hands touch, we observe how they arise and
    • hand when that could be accomplished which was not yet possible in
    • preached before men that the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand and that men
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    • discussion, some record or other handed down in the course of human
    • counterpart in the spiritual world. When a hand is moved, there is
    • more before you than the moving hand seen by your eye, there is my
    • thought and my volition: ‘My hand must move.’ A spiritual background
    • is there. Whereas the ocular, sensible impression of the hand passes
    • the seer's eye — is like ordinary handwriting. It is a kind of
    • were before him. Recall the movements of the hand. The picture
    • intention to move the hand, the invisible forces which actuated the
    • history and the knowledge handed down to him in geology, biology,
    • perceive, or a physical hand could grasp a human body, man was there
    • offhand materialistic manner, their truth is manifest to those who can
    • him, or the like. These truths are handed down to us in the legends of
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    • tendency was to harden. On the other hand, the corresponding beings on
    • confronts us today, is but the image. On the other hand, had the Moon
    • The light developed further; on the one hand, to the light of
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    • the other hand, he develops the capacity to requite what he receives,
    • Personality now took in hand, as it were, the substance that issued
    • dying out. Then followed a time when the right moment was at hand for
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    • his will in all directions. You can stretch out your hand today, but
    • hand, the other soul-beings who united themselves thus early with the
    • in the Cosmos; they hold their hands protectingly over humanity. On
    • the other hand, the other beings who had not risen sufficiently to
    • see Faust, on the one hand, seeking the way to the spiritual world; on
    • the other hand, Mephistopheles who describes the spiritual world as
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    • the other hand he could clearly see what we must describe as the
    • increasingly indistinct. On the other hand man developed his
    • teacher, everything that he did, worked hand in hand with the human
    • power of handling the simplest implement was lacking. Wants were
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    • spirit, these processes gain the upper hand and overpower him in his
    • handle, and investigate in the sense of modern science; we are led to
    • investigator is bound to know that he can discover it beforehand for
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    • long as it is a part of my hand, my hand a part of my arm, and my arm
    • hand. In the same way I am bereft of significance unless I feel myself
    • wine, as one might say, by slight of hand. This explanation is
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    • on the other hand, if only the male element operated, you would never
    • have taken place in ancient times at the hands of an initiate who
    • manner of merchandise therein. This enables Him to say that He had now
    • only be at the hands of one who had been initiated by Christ Jesus
    • the very bones of Jesus of Nazareth. None must lay hands on that form!
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    • to make one face resemble another within a group, is handed down by
    • woman from generation to generation. On the other hand the male
    • handed down from former ages still holds sway in the human race. This
    • was raised to the dignity of king and the hand of the queen was
    • bestowed upon him — the hand of his mother! Without knowing it he
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    • can no longer exist. You are less whole than you would be if the hand
    • him than his own hand. he could reckon the air as belonging to himself
    • element, as handed down from generation to generation. So that every
    • handed down from etheric body to etheric body was strongly effective,
    • the old faculty of wisdom which was handed down to them with the
    • Christ, the moment was then at hand in which the course of evolution
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    • Let us feel that the moment was at hand when He desired to speak to
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    • hand, with these spirits alone, independence would have grown stronger
    • on the every hand, but also to say to himself: ‘There is something so
    • make him a feeble ascetic; on the contrary, he learns to handle the
    • that represented by the hands, the twins; the breast is called the
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    • relatively little structuring. On the one hand, we have the left
    • only when a person is left-handed and habitually tends to do most of
    • his work with the left hand that, strangely enough, he will not lose
    • stroke. Dissection will reveal that in the case of this left-handed
    • way as the left convolution of right-handed people normally is.
    • Movements of arms and hands, then, have a strong bearing on the
    • lot of things with his right hand, he does not merely do them with
    • this hand, but he also gets into the habit of breathing a bit more
    • in the habit of using his right hand develops the tendency to be more
    • right-handed, the left convolution of the brain is structured; when
    • he is left-handed, the right convolution is structured. What is the
    • hand and the head and the left cerebral convolution and then examine
    • that the nerves coming from the right hand lead into the left portion
    • of the brain, and the ones in the other hand are connected with the
    • exercise or a eurythmic movement with my right hand or the right arm,
    • imagine that a child prefers to do everything with the right hand.
    • our nerves. Now, the movements we make with the right hand while
    • token, those of us who are right-handed have the tendency of
    • left-handed, the opposite process takes place.
    • left-handed children (you will have a few of them), you must tell
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    • relatively little structuring. On the one hand, we have the left
    • only when a person is left-handed and habitually tends to do most of
    • his work with the left hand that, strangely enough, he will not lose
    • stroke. Dissection will reveal that in the case of this left-handed
    • way as the left convolution of right-handed people normally is.
    • Movements of arms and hands, then, have a strong bearing on the
    • lot of things with his right hand, he does not merely do them with
    • this hand, but he also gets into the habit of breathing a bit more
    • in the habit of using his right hand develops the tendency to be more
    • right-handed, the left convolution of the brain is structured; when
    • he is left-handed, the right convolution is structured. What is the
    • hand and the head and the left cerebral convolution and then examine
    • that the nerves coming from the right hand lead into the left portion
    • of the brain, and the ones in the other hand are connected with the
    • exercise or a eurythmic movement with my right hand or the right arm,
    • imagine that a child prefers to do everything with the right hand.
    • our nerves. Now, the movements we make with the right hand while
    • token, those of us who are right-handed have the tendency of
    • left-handed, the opposite process takes place.
    • left-handed children (you will have a few of them), you must tell
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    • hidden significance in it after all. I have had in my hands Goethe's
    • rest pass away unused, and so it goes on. On the other hand, I look
    • State. On the one hand we have man, who does not understand himself,
    • time do not see the connection between materialism on the one hand and
    • word. On the other hand, when we have to begin with the concrete
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    • rest pass away unused, and so it goes on. On the other hand, I look
    • State. On the one hand we have man, who does not understand himself,
    • time do not see the connection between materialism on the one hand and
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    • with this hand or foot which is there within your ear you constantly
    • between death and a new birth; while on the other hand we also bear
    • our start on the one hand from Goetheanism, from what was already
    • not have it handy when I was in Stuttgart or in Dornach. No, it is not
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    • with this hand or foot which is there within your ear you constantly
    • between death and a new birth; while on the other hand we also bear
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    • A tiny handful of men
    • civilisation. This tiny handful will have attained selflessness. The others
    • the tiny handful will be protected and preserved.
    • the tiny handful of men who ensure for themselves a place in the life of
    • increasingly be possible to handle vast masses of people by sheer force;
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    • the tiny handful will be protected and preserved.
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    • increasingly be possible to handle vast masses of people by sheer force;
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    • malice — we know that, on the other hand, the enemies of truth
    • The seriousness of the cause demands it. On the other hand there
    • But it is necessary today, on the one hand, to extend this spiritual
    • science; on the other hand, my dear friends, new cares spring up
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    • on the other hand, to appeal directly to human souls. But we can
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    • mixed strain that they were already hypertrophied. On the other hand,
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  • Title: Supersensible Man: Cover Sheet
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    • before us, collected together in a handbook, everything he has to
    • becomes no more than a memory. On the other hand, we begin now to have
    • knowledge on the other hand reveals to us in everything that goes to
    • learn the various parts of the skeleton — arms, hands, bones of
    • the upper arm, bones of the lower arm, bones of the hands, bones of
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    • The arms and hands also become peculiarly expressive after death. From
    • the arms and hands one can, in effect, read the biography of the human
    • hands, which even in physical life are full of significance and
    • his fingers, how he holds out his hand to us, whether he only offers
    • his finger tips or gives a warm hand-shake — all this can tell a
    • assumed by the hands when a man is sitting quietly, or when he is at
    • hands and fingers, for here they divulge what they really are. After
    • read from the appearance assumed by the arms and hands.
    • hands are transformed to become the upper jaws with the nerves
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    • spirit-form, of his head gradually fades away. On the other hand, the
    • him; on the other hand he will have understanding for the Angel Beings
    • civilisation. On the one hand — battle and warfare. On the other
    • hand — the labours and strivings of Michael.
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    • and birth. Man's embryonic life runs hand in hand with a particular
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    • think. But now if on the one hand we can contemplate this process in
    • sensitive to its surpassing beauty, and if on the other hand we are
    • must reach out on every hand to the mysteries of the universe —
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    • horizon on the ocean. If the human being on the other hand
    • shadow-picture of the hand would never arise if the hand were
    • shadow-picture of the hand you have the hand itself.
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    • horizon on the ocean. If the human being on the other hand
    • shadow-picture of the hand would never arise if the hand were
    • shadow-picture of the hand you have the hand itself.
    • self-mobile” is the sentence (hand-written):
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    • inserted (hand-written) as a correction.
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    • hand be gradually able to strengthen our waking life too. We shall
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    • physical plane, everything that history hands down to us, everything
    • the other hand an actual reality is immediately present, as soon as he
    • supported and controlled by thought. And on the other hand, such
    • incarnation, then provision for this must be made beforehand. Develop,
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    • physical plane, everything that history hands down to us, everything
    • the other hand an actual reality is immediately present, as soon as he
    • supported and controlled by thought. And on the other hand, such
    • incarnation, then provision for this must be made beforehand. Develop,
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    • clairvoyant faculties, but when we study them we find on the one hand
    • before us in life, with his head, hands, feet and other members. And
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    • before us in life, with his head, hands, feet and other members. And
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    • Thus was God sought on the one hand by the freeing of the individual
    • something streamed out from the depths of the soul. On the other hand,
    • hand, held that the deeper human nature, with all that was hidden
    • Mysteries had handed down in the form of Dionysos and Mithra was born
    • to seize the coarse and material things that lay close at hand. Each
    • power passed beyond the choir of angels, and sits at the right hand of
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    • Thus was God sought on the one hand by the freeing of the individual
    • something streamed out from the depths of the soul. On the other hand,
    • hand, held that the deeper human nature, with all that was hidden
    • Mysteries had handed down in the form of Dionysos and Mithra was born
    • to seize the coarse and material things that lay close at hand. Each
    • power passed beyond the choir of angels, and sits at the right hand of
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    • the ‘Scientific’ standpoint. On the other hand, it seems
    • whatever we may think of the Reality — on the one hand of the
    • Christ-Being and on the other hand, of the being of man; for it
    • the eternity of the human soul which have been handed down
    • hand it is true that perception of the light is determined by the
    • Thomas Aquinas was once asked: “Did the little hands of the
    • correct. The little hands are human hands and therefore cannot
    • little hands, created the stars.” — From
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    • the ‘Scientific’ standpoint. On the other hand, it seems
    • whatever we may think of the Reality — on the one hand of the
    • Christ-Being and on the other hand, of the being of man; for it
    • the eternity of the human soul which have been handed down
    • hand it is true that perception of the light is determined by the
    • Thomas Aquinas was once asked: “Did the little hands of the
    • correct. The little hands are human hands and therefore cannot
    • little hands, created the stars.” — From
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    • to tasks connected with the things which lie closest at hand, and it
    • it can find, on the one hand, the mechanization of the spirit, the
    • else it may, on the other hand, seek the path leading to an AWAKENING
    • On the other hand,
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    • it can find, on the one hand, the mechanization of the spirit, the
    • else it may, on the other hand, seek the path leading to an AWAKENING
    • On the other hand,
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    • When our etheric body is handed over to the cosmos after our death,
    • this kind of work is therefore handed over at the same time to the
    • being handed over, to begin with, to the universal cosmos through his
    • particular member has the upper hand, and in another one, another
    • before you two facts: I have shown you, on the one hand, what is
    • connected with the human being, but on the other hand, I have also
    • etheric bodies are handed over to the spiritual world, then something
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    • When our etheric body is handed over to the cosmos after our death,
    • this kind of work is therefore handed over at the same time to the
    • being handed over, to begin with, to the universal cosmos through his
    • particular member has the upper hand, and in another one, another
    • before you two facts: I have shown you, on the one hand, what is
    • connected with the human being, but on the other hand, I have also
    • etheric bodies are handed over to the spiritual world, then something
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    • great building of wood, with its hand-carved, weaving forms and
    • were working through the hands, the heads and the hearts of men.
    • raising himself upright — with the movements of his hands, his
    • forms handed down from Egypt and from Greece. But the urge is to
    • a work of art should be taken in hand by the intellect is a really
    • being stripped of its mysteries; but on the other hand nobody will
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    • were working through the hands, the heads and the hearts of men.
    • raising himself upright — with the movements of his hands, his
    • forms handed down from Egypt and from Greece. But the urge is to
    • a work of art should be taken in hand by the intellect is a really
    • being stripped of its mysteries; but on the other hand nobody will
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    • another. Are the hands, and the legs, and the head that which goes
    • hand! Is this hand a man? No, the hand is not the man. For if there
    • were only a hand, there would be no man. But if you cut the hand off
    • hand left. Whence then is a hand a hand? By reason of a man! Is the
    • among them. It regards the hand in such a way that it is seen to be a
    • hand only because a man, using it as a hand, makes it a hand.
    • world, but so handles it that its fruits are taken up and carried
    • on the one hand a non-historical, and Christianity on the other hand,
    • of Heaven is at hand!’ That means: ‘The knowledge of the
    • world in ideas and concepts is at hand.’ In other words: ‘Man
    • on the other hand, portrayed the upward-striving Individuality, that
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    • another. Are the hands, and the legs, and the head that which goes
    • hand! Is this hand a man? No, the hand is not the man. For if there
    • were only a hand, there would be no man. But if you cut the hand off
    • hand left. Whence then is a hand a hand? By reason of a man! Is the
    • among them. It regards the hand in such a way that it is seen to be a
    • hand only because a man, using it as a hand, makes it a hand.
    • world, but so handles it that its fruits are taken up and carried
    • on the one hand a non-historical, and Christianity on the other hand,
    • of Heaven is at hand!’ That means: ‘The knowledge of the
    • world in ideas and concepts is at hand.’ In other words: ‘Man
    • on the other hand, portrayed the upward-striving Individuality, that
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    • our environment. On the other hand, those who dare to penetrate into
    • individual spiritual life on the one hand, and the common spiritual
    • man's constitution as anything the eyes can see and the hands touch.
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    • January, 1910.Authorized translation from a shorthand report
    • our environment. On the other hand, those who dare to penetrate into
    • individual spiritual life on the one hand, and the common spiritual
    • man's constitution as anything the eyes can see and the hands touch.
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    • more of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
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    • evolution goes on among men. On the one hand they receive more and
    • more of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
    • of the Christ Impulse, on the other hand they move further and
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    • bear-like, but on the other hand their heads are radiant and
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    • bear-like, but on the other hand their heads are radiant and
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    • hand, what the Egyptians in a certain sense formed as their highest
    • Greeks, would probably take the law into his own hands and involve
    • not incarnated in the flesh. But on the other hand, if one looks
    • different, and that this looking back went hand in hand with the
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    • genuine, honourable truth comes in contact, on the one hand, with
    • You will always find, however, that what on the one hand, rightly
    • macrocosm, and through the outstretched hands too. And the Cross is
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    • being in possession of a third of the land, on the one hand they
    • should keep the grave of Osiris secret, on the other hand institute
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    • — and how on the other hand one can take into one's
    • properly into consideration, it can be said on the one hand that we
    • other hand, however, it may also be said that compared with the
    • whereas on the one hand man was so susceptible, so receptive and
    • symmetric relationship of the right hand and the left. There are of
    • in the two hands and arms, this corresponds in the macrocosm to the
    • the one hand to the Light-nature, on the other hand to the
    • body. On the one hand man's forces pass away from the earth into the
    • in the sense of this fifth epoch. On the other hand what can make
    • is trained in such a way that science misleads it on every hand to
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    • speak, our physical nature hands over nothing more, and through our
    • own freewill to take their further development in hand. And the
    • hand of its own freewill what nature no longer provides. We dare not
    • one hand he looked back at the 18th Century, how it had gradually
    • feelings. On the one hand, one says: From what lofty standpoints,
    • forward one that lies to hand.
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    • course of world-history a divine guiding hand and disposition is to
    • Christ-Jesus. On the other hand there is the quite delightful, really
    • cannot fill up life. And on the other hand the ‘bon Dieu
    • Invisible powers were always at hand as Schlegel divined: unseen
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    • what is in his head. On the other hand, we actually receive the rest
    • world-historical fact. And, on the other hand, one can say: men stand
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    • they have, on the other hand, so powerful a feeling of man as
    • thought, and this had the effect, on the one hand, of making all the
    • Catholicism, but on the other hand his Catholicism was too great in
    • other hand let us also remember the question we threw out at the
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    • to take in hand our own self-education in wisdom, then it does not
    • develops. And how about the man, on the other hand, who lets reality
    • arriving at truth at every step; surrender, on the other hand, does
    • behold everywhere on the one hand a growing, a coming into being, and
    • on the other hand a dying away. It sees both as processes going on
    • other hand, which I will denote with this second circle, is taken
    • own hands. Therefore it is necessary to know what good and evil mean,
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    • special occult development. With the hand it is possible. A man can
    • his hand or whether his hand is merely moving freely in an aimless
    • of the hand itself. But if to-day a person directs his power of
    • every respect to his experience with the hand. When you take hold of
    • what you yourself are doing with your hand. This is how it would be
    • passive, but active, as he does when he stretches out his hand. We
    • But it can go no further that way. The etheric body does not hand on
    • middle, where you have on the one hand the ascendancy of etheric body
    • other hand the ascendancy of astral body over etheric body and I over
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    • and nerves gains the upper hand over Imagination, Inspiration and
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    • this double being in man. On the one hand we have seen that sense
    • metabolism are due to Luciferic influence, and on the other hand that
    • relation is there between these two men — on the one hand the
    • man of senses, glands and digestion, and on the other hand the
    • We have seen how on the one hand
    • Thus we see on the one hand that
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    • earth, for a certain people, a certain family. On the other hand
    • systems on the one hand and on the other between the rhythmic and
    • But the relationship that had developed, on the one hand, between
    • education, of a tradition handed down through generations, — a
    • by means of physical heredity or what is handed down to them through
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    • earth, for a certain people, a certain family. On the other hand
    • systems on the one hand and on the other between the rhythmic and
    • But the relationship that had developed, on the one hand, between
    • education, of a tradition handed down through generations, — a
    • by means of physical heredity or what is handed down to them through
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    • of walking, man uses his legs, whereas his arms and hands are
    • differentiation between feet and hands, arms and legs, is one of the
    • with walking, standing, equilibration, differentiation between hands
    • with walking, — above all, with the use of the hand in its
    • brain. This however only applies to people who use their right hand
    • for the most important activities of life; in left-handed people the
    • uses his arms and hands. The astral body flows into every word,
    • hands, in every act of grasping an object. Whereas, in connection
    • grasping with the hands, are regarded as processes which happen
    • astral body of a man who is an idealist can hand over his speech to
    • hands, arms and legs.
    • In a case, on the other hand, where a misfortune befalls one as the
    • the actions performed by legs and hands. This cannot be achieved by
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    • of walking, man uses his legs, whereas his arms and hands are
    • differentiation between feet and hands, arms and legs, is one of the
    • with walking, standing, equilibration, differentiation between hands
    • with walking, — above all, with the use of the hand in its
    • brain. This however only applies to people who use their right hand
    • for the most important activities of life; in left-handed people the
    • uses his arms and hands. The astral body flows into every word,
    • hands, in every act of grasping an object. Whereas, in connection
    • grasping with the hands, are regarded as processes which happen
    • astral body of a man who is an idealist can hand over his speech to
    • hands, arms and legs.
    • In a case, on the other hand, where a misfortune befalls one as the
    • the actions performed by legs and hands. This cannot be achieved by
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    • 19th August, 1921. From a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
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    • 19th August, 1921. From a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
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    • to proceed hand-in-hand with everything that can be learnt from
    • days, when the signs of decline are to be seen on every hand, it must
    • seized the Spirit he may take a real hand in the affairs of practical
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    • translated from a shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer.
    • to proceed hand-in-hand with everything that can be learnt from
    • days, when the signs of decline are to be seen on every hand, it must
    • seized the Spirit he may take a real hand in the affairs of practical
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    • hand in hand.
    • This attitude is perfectly justified but on the other hand there is
    • heavy loss. Another prediction, made long beforehand, for the year
    • definite time. Are the hands of the clock the cause of it? Of course
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    • hand in hand.
    • This attitude is perfectly justified but on the other hand there is
    • heavy loss. Another prediction, made long beforehand, for the year
    • definite time. Are the hands of the clock the cause of it? Of course
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    • have meant handling them like automatons. Such procedure would have
    • used for leading mankind. On the other hand, what came into the world
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    • themselves on their talk. Examples lie very close at hand. A curious
    • spiritual. A good example of this is ready to hand, and I will give it
    • we do about a material table that the eyes can see and the hands can
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    • Jerusalem had fallen into the hands of a people of very alien
    • Grail, of the precious Cup, said, on the one hand, to be the Cup in
    • Yet on the other hand,
    • one hand, fervent devotion to the cult, to the outer symbol in which
    • hand, his heart is fired through and through by all that was once astir
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    • spiritual science we must admit on the one hand, that if anything at
    • nature and being. On the other hand we must point out that,
    • one hand, the sense of satisfaction that arises through an
    • dealing with the forces of nature and, on the other hand, the deep
    • see on the other hand that the part that can no longer express itself
    • In the initiations of the past, which have been handed down
    • person on the other hand — for that is the very nature of the
    • would become, as it were, an instrument in the teacher's hands.
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    • spiritual science we must admit on the one hand, that if anything at
    • nature and being. On the other hand we must point out that,
    • one hand, the sense of satisfaction that arises through an
    • dealing with the forces of nature and, on the other hand, the deep
    • see on the other hand that the part that can no longer express itself
    • In the initiations of the past, which have been handed down
    • person on the other hand — for that is the very nature of the
    • would become, as it were, an instrument in the teacher's hands.
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    • particular element which has, on the one hand, taken up something
    • have now become mere words for him. But on the other hand, he is
    • It obtained its contents through what had been handed down
    • climax. We may say, on the one hand, that intellectualism was fully
    • was, on the one hand, quite natural to apply the intellectual
    • on the other hand, it was evident that the intellect was not allowed
    • were, on the other hand. permeated by the idea that Nature could be
    • these sensory contents. On the other hand, they were striving in an
    • system of sensualism is, on the one hand, superficial, but, on the
    • other hand, it is extraordinarily sharp. For it really attempts to
    • humbug. On the other hand, we should realise that what we observe
    • the Darwin Theory has given rise to a definite way of handling
    • hand, we have the natural-scientific efforts of advancing to an
    • with revelation and the super-sensible world, and on the other hand,
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    • particular element which has, on the one hand, taken up something
    • have now become mere words for him. But on the other hand, he is
    • It obtained its contents through what had been handed down
    • climax. We may say, on the one hand, that intellectualism was fully
    • was, on the one hand, quite natural to apply the intellectual
    • on the other hand, it was evident that the intellect was not allowed
    • were, on the other hand. permeated by the idea that Nature could be
    • these sensory contents. On the other hand, they were striving in an
    • system of sensualism is, on the one hand, superficial, but, on the
    • other hand, it is extraordinarily sharp. For it really attempts to
    • humbug. On the other hand, we should realise that what we observe
    • the Darwin Theory has given rise to a definite way of handling
    • hand, we have the natural-scientific efforts of advancing to an
    • with revelation and the super-sensible world, and on the other hand,
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    • one hand, we have before us what people thought to win through a
    • the one hand, and this is evident from our considerations of
    • adhere to what has been handed down dogmatically; but the manner in
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    • one hand, we have before us what people thought to win through a
    • the one hand, and this is evident from our considerations of
    • adhere to what has been handed down dogmatically; but the manner in
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    • the heavens. When we are born, the etheric body is handed over to us
    • can move our hands and fingers, but not the upper parts of our head,
    • raises His left hand, the wings of that Being break against the rock.
    • influence of Christ's hand pointing downward, the hand of the
    • fingers and of the hands, the way in which the hands are shaped, are
    • may think that Christ raises His left hand and sends out forces with
    • We might also think that the right hand of Christ pointing downwards
    • of Christ. When Christ raises his left hand and points downwards with
    • his right hand, he only expresses purest compassion with the world.
    • of Christ's hand. And what he thus experiences within him induces him
    • It is permissible to say this, if we emphasize on the other hand
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    • the heavens. When we are born, the etheric body is handed over to us
    • can move our hands and fingers, but not the upper parts of our head,
    • raises His left hand, the wings of that Being break against the rock.
    • influence of Christ's hand pointing downward, the hand of the
    • fingers and of the hands, the way in which the hands are shaped, are
    • may think that Christ raises His left hand and sends out forces with
    • We might also think that the right hand of Christ pointing downwards
    • of Christ. When Christ raises his left hand and points downwards with
    • his right hand, he only expresses purest compassion with the world.
    • of Christ's hand. And what he thus experiences within him induces him
    • It is permissible to say this, if we emphasize on the other hand
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    • January 13th, 1923. Published by kind permission from a shorthand
    • which had been handed on from the old clairvoyant knowledge were not
    • something that on the one hand is of the nature of soul-and-spirit
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    • January 13th, 1923. Published by kind permission from a shorthand
    • which had been handed on from the old clairvoyant knowledge were not
    • something that on the one hand is of the nature of soul-and-spirit
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    • into the physical bodily nature of man. Michael, on the other hand,
    • karma of a human being. Michael-forces on the other hand work very
    • connections to settle with the non-anthroposophist. On the other hand
    • Anthroposophical Movement, which weighs on the one hand so heavily
    • upon one's heart, while on the other hand it moves the heart, uplifts
    • visionary states. On the other hand it is immensely right to occupy
    • to take a hand in civilisation have become ever greater and greater.
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    • into the physical bodily nature of man. Michael, on the other hand,
    • karma of a human being. Michael-forces on the other hand work very
    • connections to settle with the non-anthroposophist. On the other hand
    • Anthroposophical Movement, which weighs on the one hand so heavily
    • upon one's heart, while on the other hand it moves the heart, uplifts
    • visionary states. On the other hand it is immensely right to occupy
    • to take a hand in civilisation have become ever greater and greater.
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    • life. On the one hand the child is given lessons in natural science
    • this discord. On one hand there are those who have become indifferent
    • and no longer care about anything, and on the other hand those who
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    • life. On the one hand the child is given lessons in natural science
    • this discord. On one hand there are those who have become indifferent
    • and no longer care about anything, and on the other hand those who
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • knowledge, and they speak on the one hand of the body, and on the
    • hand, in a world that we sleep away during our waking life; we live
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    • knowledge, and they speak on the one hand of the body, and on the
    • hand, in a world that we sleep away during our waking life; we live
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    • Anyone who observes how humanity is handling palpable truth today
    • ‘varnish’ truth on the one hand and, on the other, wish
    • the super-sensible world were handed to him on a platter, he would see
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    • Anyone who observes how humanity is handling palpable truth today
    • ‘varnish’ truth on the one hand and, on the other, wish
    • the super-sensible world were handed to him on a platter, he would see
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    • is needed, because it is a profound necessity, a hand was extended to
    • lent a hand towards founding this Movement for Religious Renewal. It
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    • is needed, because it is a profound necessity, a hand was extended to
    • lent a hand towards founding this Movement for Religious Renewal. It
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    • body is handed over to the elements of the earth. Now we might think
    • meaning. For we can hand over to the earth only those parts of our
    • however, hand over to the earth that part of our physical body that
    • hand over to the earth, we return to the earth, only that part of our
    • life-tableau, has now been handed over to the external world: it
    • coming from our etheric body and to hand it over to the whole
    • ahead, here upon the earth. Just as after our death we can only hand
    • physical body, here on the physical plane, are handed over to the
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    • body is handed over to the elements of the earth. Now we might think
    • meaning. For we can hand over to the earth only those parts of our
    • however, hand over to the earth that part of our physical body that
    • hand over to the earth, we return to the earth, only that part of our
    • life-tableau, has now been handed over to the external world: it
    • coming from our etheric body and to hand it over to the whole
    • ahead, here upon the earth. Just as after our death we can only hand
    • physical body, here on the physical plane, are handed over to the
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    • one hand, connected with something that can lead, through the Mystery
    • hand, these souls take up the Mystery of Golgotha in a very definite
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    • hand, these souls take up the Mystery of Golgotha in a very definite
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    • few miles from the earth it would wither, as the hand would wither
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    • more of a handicap than a help to a man's development. There you have
    • But if, on the other hand, he takes in no other thoughts than these,
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    • and on the one hand fructified him with the nourishing juices it
    • offered him, and on the other hand he became individualised through
    • is handed down as such, is what we have to understand as the concept
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    • symbol of which we can imagine as a circle, as a hand of a clock
    • relationship of the two hands of a clock is determined by their
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    • that of the astral body, we can compare them with the hands of a
    • clock. The clock's hour hand goes round once whilst the minute hand,
    • the minute hand lies on top of the hour hand. The two hands coincide.
    • Then the minute hand goes round one, and when it returns to the
    • twelve it can no longer coincide with the hour hand, for this has
    • before the two hands can coincide, so the minute hand does not point
    • to the same place as the hour hand an hour later but after an hour
    • not arise if he did not turn the handle. It is perfectly permissible
    • the great cosmic cycle, when the hour and minute hands coincide at
    • unreliable if the two hands do not coincide the following day as soon
    • say that the movements or rhythms of the clock hands are set every
    • hands of his watch coinciding at noon. Supposing he alters them to
    • hands, that is, his sentient soul, intellectual soul and
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    • we see that on the one hand we are faced with the necessity of
    • developing some particular quality, and on the other hand the course
    • man's own hands to conduct his own life, there was no possibility of
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    • the other hand man's physical body and also his etheric body were
    • was because laughter on the one hand signifies a raising of oneself,
    • them apart from man, appear on the one hand as the happy light of
    • Heaven and on the other hand as the dark, bitter misery of Hell.
    • smiling and laughing are elevating. On the other hand when a man
    • to be concerned about her husband on the one hand and on the other
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    • on the other hand the equatorial population would have more or less
    • with. On the other hand there were other men who had developed a
    • nature. On the other hand there are those peoples in Asia with
    • old religious traditions that have been handed down to us externally.
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    • end. It has been shown how on the one hand the spirits of personality
    • lose their influence over man, but on the other hand how they again
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    • have to be active, to use our hands, to move our physical body from
    • hand it is characteristic of the companionship of which I have
    • to which they belonged. On the other hand, individuals without any
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    • stretches out his little hand and touches something in the outside
    • divine-spiritual reality. On the other hand, anyone who is a
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    • adjacent part of the astral aura is, on the other hand, particularly
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    • and, for example, the hand. When we move a hand, the physical hand
    • and the etheric hand move together. But when a certain stage in the
    • hold the physical hands still and move the etheric hands only. To
    • clairvoyant were, for example, to hold his hands quite still in a
    • yet maintain complete mobility of the etheric hands. He would be
    • keeping his physical hands still while engaging in all kinds of
    • super-sensible activities with the etheric hands. This would be an
    • conscious control of the hands.
    • clairvoyant who while he holds his physical hands still, moves the
    • etheric hands only. The brain is seen by a clairvoyant to be
    • head there has already been achieved what in the case of the hands —
    • Moon the brain was still at the stage of the hands at the present
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    • well founded, but on the other hand it will also be evident that in
    • in the hands of individuals of this kind, who in their youth showed
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    • speaking, their hands are offering gifts which we do not receive
    • their work only because duty forces them to it, but on the other hand
    • life as a whole. Let us take an example that is near at hand.
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    • the other hand this Mystery of Golgotha is connected with the Sun
    • the one hand we have the fact that Christ is the Sun Spirit who
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    • through our senses. Now, to whom is this food to be handed? It is
    • really to be handed — as is revealed to us when from the
    • Mysteries — it is really to be handed to the human being who
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    • on the one hand full of light, while on the other it makes us
    • the realm of ideas, and on the other hand the secrets bound up with
    • one hand the succession leading to the Divine Sophia, and on the
    • this lecture becomes all the sharper. We see on the one hand our own
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    • look, that is, at the Gnostics — then on the one hand we can
    • centre of an imposing world-picture. But if on the other hand we look
    • the form handed down by external tradition, show that they arose from
    • the back of a boy; he has in his hand something to write with, in
    • hand as though wishing to force on humanity what she has experienced;
    • On the one hand there was the world of concepts, let us say of Plato
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    • depends in the main only on the skill of human hands; in short, the
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    • everything we find handed down by the Bible from Hebrew antiquity
    • inner fire; in the typically assertive gesture of her hand we see the
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    • work that you find on the right-hand side as you enter — the
    • While conversing with Parsifal, the Fisher-King hands
    • runs down over the page's hand; and then a maiden with the Holy
    • Doth fold his hands together
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    • men on Earth. But the time was at hand when the Holy Mysteries were
    • of certain gaps in the existing shorthand report of this concluding
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    • by our will, and on the other hand what can be said to surge from
    • dependent on the physical body. On the other hand, the independent
    • out his hands. This indefinite gesture, which affects many folk more
    • hands of his parents or anyone else in his environment. In later years
    • consciousness, we must on the other hand realise that we make our
    • in earthquakes. On the other hand spiritual science is called upon to
    • one hand, however, that we can entertain certain hope that man made
    • riddles, on the other hand, we can entertain the hope that the further
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    • by our will, and on the other hand what can be said to surge from
    • dependent on the physical body. On the other hand, the independent
    • out his hands. This indefinite gesture, which affects many folk more
    • hands of his parents or anyone else in his environment. In later years
    • consciousness, we must on the other hand realise that we make our
    • in earthquakes. On the other hand spiritual science is called upon to
    • one hand, however, that we can entertain certain hope that man made
    • riddles, on the other hand, we can entertain the hope that the further
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    • Der sich die Wahrheit leidend erst erhandelt,
    • Der sich dies Wahrheit handelnd erst erleidet.”
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    • Der sich die Wahrheit leidend erst erhandelt,
    • Der sich dies Wahrheit handelnd erst erleidet.”
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    • Authorized translation from the German of a shorthand report unrevised
    • Authorized translation from the German of a shorthand report unrevised
    • a shorthand report, unrevised by the lecturer.]
    • terms of earthly language. On the other hand, Venus is highly
    • when, for example, Venus is square to Mars. On the other hand a
    • other hand. Mars, and especially Jupiter and Saturn when a man has a
    • other hand, Venus, Mercury and the Moon may be called the
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    • Authorized translation from the German of a shorthand report unrevised
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    • a shorthand report, unrevised by the lecturer.]
    • terms of earthly language. On the other hand, Venus is highly
    • when, for example, Venus is square to Mars. On the other hand a
    • other hand. Mars, and especially Jupiter and Saturn when a man has a
    • other hand, Venus, Mercury and the Moon may be called the
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    • one hand, it will be a kind of retrospection of our activity
    • and, on the other hand, it will be a description of certain
    • universe. You see, if we cut off a finger, or a hand, or if we
    • feelings. Not only did they feel that the hand, the arm or the leg
    • finger or the hand are parts of our whole organism, so the human
    • handling of barometrical curves. Goethe studied these curves, for he
    • You will therefore see that, on the one hand,
    • materialism is borne in mind, but, on the other hand, materialism is
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    • one hand, it will be a kind of retrospection of our activity
    • and, on the other hand, it will be a description of certain
    • universe. You see, if we cut off a finger, or a hand, or if we
    • feelings. Not only did they feel that the hand, the arm or the leg
    • finger or the hand are parts of our whole organism, so the human
    • handling of barometrical curves. Goethe studied these curves, for he
    • You will therefore see that, on the one hand,
    • materialism is borne in mind, but, on the other hand, materialism is
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    • on the one hand, there were hints in these feelings concerning our
    • life before birth and, on the other hand, something in these feelings
    • itself into a movement of the hand? The actual process of willing is
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    • On the other hand,
    • On the other hand,
    • the other hand, people are developing such as Woodrow Wilson, who is
    • more to know history, to take the ordinary textbooks in hand, for
    • that is close at hand. And although the human being of the present is
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    • the one hand, the knowledge gained through spiritual science could
    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • connected with the fact that, on the one hand, grief and sorrow must
    • be borne on earth, while, on the other hand, more intensive
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    • the one hand, the knowledge gained through spiritual science could
    • upon the foundation of real knowledge,) it is, on the other hand,
    • connected with the fact that, on the one hand, grief and sorrow must
    • be borne on earth, while, on the other hand, more intensive
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    • imaginations, on the other hand, we partake with almost the whole of
    • do in fact lay aside our etheric body, we hand it over, so to speak;
    • but it is to our own etheric counterpart that we hand it over. Our
    • your death it will be handed over to the universe in such or such a
    • thus handed over to the universe. Many of the ways in which the dead
    • the impression of the handwriting, or of something else in which the
    • hand, if a person on earth is vain, he sees Lucifer working at him.
    • relationships. Then, of a truth, as fire is avoided by our hand, so
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    • imaginations, on the other hand, we partake with almost the whole of
    • do in fact lay aside our etheric body, we hand it over, so to speak;
    • but it is to our own etheric counterpart that we hand it over. Our
    • your death it will be handed over to the universe in such or such a
    • thus handed over to the universe. Many of the ways in which the dead
    • the impression of the handwriting, or of something else in which the
    • hand, if a person on earth is vain, he sees Lucifer working at him.
    • relationships. Then, of a truth, as fire is avoided by our hand, so
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    • one hand, one transforms oneself to some degree and yet can hold
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    • one hand, one transforms oneself to some degree and yet can hold
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    • from both sides — on the one hand, the danger that those
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    • from both sides — on the one hand, the danger that those
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    • that they take up) the physical body is handed over to the elements
    • this is not the case, in this meaning. For we can hand over to the
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • after we have passed through the portal of death? As stated, we hand
    • before us in the form of a life-tableau has now been handed over to
    • of our life this woof coming from our etheric body and to hand it
    • after our death we can only hand over to the earth what comes from
    • their physical bodies here on the physical plane are handed over to
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    • that they take up) the physical body is handed over to the elements
    • this is not the case, in this meaning. For we can hand over to the
    • itself. We cannot, however, hand over to the earth that part of our
    • after we have passed through the portal of death? As stated, we hand
    • before us in the form of a life-tableau has now been handed over to
    • of our life this woof coming from our etheric body and to hand it
    • after our death we can only hand over to the earth what comes from
    • their physical bodies here on the physical plane are handed over to
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    • away from me and disappearing.” And, on the other hand: —
    • we should not on the other hand, be able to penetrate into spiritual
    • In the physical body, on the other hand, we experience
    • still contains vital forces, when it is handed over to the etheric
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    • away from me and disappearing.” And, on the other hand: —
    • we should not on the other hand, be able to penetrate into spiritual
    • In the physical body, on the other hand, we experience
    • still contains vital forces, when it is handed over to the etheric
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    • latter are still only a tiny handful today but in the future this
    • moved when we realise on the one hand that our physical body is
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    • latter are still only a tiny handful today but in the future this
    • moved when we realise on the one hand that our physical body is
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    • attention to this, on the other hand it is also not without reason,
    • beings, just as the human being works into the hands or fingers, and
    • On the other hand man has prepared himself for this
    • heaven is at hand.’
    • the hand to one another as it were. From epoch to epoch they pass on
    • the Greek age, handed on his mission to the one who came after him.
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    • part in human life, then on the other hand we must be able to point
    • spoken language there is manifested that which, on the other hand,
    • three languages, and on the other hand peoples who speak one language
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    • takes hold of a thing with his hand, he feels it to be either warm or
    • But because on the other hand they extend much higher
    • The Spirit of the Age then visibly gains the upper hand
    • other external reasons. On the other hand there was the inner reason,
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    • that no one should till then have dabbled in their handiwork. If no
    • descended to the earth and the racial characteristics were handed
    • other hand we must look precisely in the West for that portion of
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    • civilization; and on the other hand we shall perhaps have to occupy
    • period, in order on the one hand to lay the foundation of the etheric
    • had each for a while, the upper hand. The deeds of the ‘ I ’
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    • this distribution of mankind over the Earth was taken in hand, so
    • senses has the upper hand, so will the different peoples be
    • the breathing is the most important thing. On the other hand in the
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    • and its Archangel on the one hand and from the Chaldean people and
    • whilst on the other hand we are experiencing in our age the mighty
    • the leadership was chiefly in the hands of the Archangels who were
    • other hand an idealistic people is one which gives the Spirit of the
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    • spiritual Beings beneath these were on the other hand Beings in whose
    • world of the Angels and Archangels, but on the other hand they could
    • been handed down. For us it is a question of being able to understand
    • the constant returning of the hammer of Thor into the hand of Thor,
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    • objectively as an entity. On the other hand the peoples of Europe
    • is, that it takes more and more into its own hands the task of
    • divine spiritual Beings. But on the other hand, through the Luciferic
    • Ahuras or Asuras. It is, on the other hand, dangerous for the
    • man into the physical; and that on the other hand is compensated for
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    • strength, and which they then had to hand on further to the other
    • of the Greeks. On the other hand the peoples lying more towards the
    • post-Atlantean epoch. Whereas on the one hand we have the Indian,
    • prepared beforehand, must already push itself in, in order to provide
    • remarkable manner to the future. Although on the one hand it must be
    • Spiritual Soul as a very ripe philosophical fruit, on the other hand
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    • real nature of colour go hand-in-hand with a perception of the world illumined
    • It is a hard destiny that power should lie in the hands of men who regard the truest
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    • real nature of colour go hand-in-hand with a perception of the world illumined
    • It is a hard destiny that power should lie in the hands of men who regard the truest
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    • Ahriman: on the one hand opponents of the Gods and, on the other,
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    • who gives me this power.” On the one hand the human soul feels
    • this lack, and on the other hand it feels the approach of Christ and
    • Moses lifted up his hand, and with his rod he struck the rock twice;
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    • malefactors. The malefactor on the left hand mocks at Christ: “If
    • feeling of shock when we speak of Lucifer and Ahriman on the one hand
    • as the opponents of the gods, and on the other hand as being
    • regards the Karma, the right-hand malefactor will have to make
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    • forgiven”. On the other hand, there should be tolerance on the
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    • can tell you on hand of a concrete example. If out of the surrounding
    • relationship. On one hand spiritual life has become more and more
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    • can tell you on hand of a concrete example. If out of the surrounding
    • relationship. On one hand spiritual life has become more and more
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    • understanding of what has been traditionally handed down about the
    • one hand the shepherds of the field, and on the other hand the Magi
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    • wisdom. Osiris is, on the one hand, the representative of the
    • earth, they hand over once more to man what matures out of the earth.
    • hearts of the ancient Egyptians. On the other hand, they look up to
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    • Mystery of Golgotha we have, on the one hand, the proclamation to the
    • development do not understand what is nearest at hand; we do not know
    • economic problems of a people cannot properly be handled by the
    • habits, down to the very way we handle our children, will tend more
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    • science is like a man who has a piece of magnetic iron in his hand,
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    • up a view of the world which on the one hand fully reckons with the
    • other hand desires to rise to insight into spiritual worlds.
    • with regard to the inner handling of thought. I will now try to make
    • hands; but the will only comes to expression in this movement. In its
    • sleep. Yet, on the other hand, what is now brought about is the
    • concrete was taken into account. And on the other hand everything that
    • any value, and yet they are only difficult because the subject in hand
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    • remembered when we have Leonardo's writings in our hands today
    • painting the Christ Figure, his hand trembled. Indeed, if we put
    • Leonardo on the one hand only got as far with the equestrian statue
    • Leonardo went to work when he studied the movements of the hand, or
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    • remembered when we have Leonardo's writings in our hands today
    • painting the Christ Figure, his hand trembled. Indeed, if we put
    • Leonardo on the one hand only got as far with the equestrian statue
    • Leonardo went to work when he studied the movements of the hand, or
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    • trouble to penetrate to the real meaning of what has thus been handed
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    • are members of your hands, so are all wolves members of the wolf
    • fingers of the hand, one revenging the wrong done to another, as if
    • little about animal wisdom as about the wisdom of our own hand. The
    • single beaver is merely the handyman of the group soul on the astral
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    • are members of your hands, so are all wolves members of the wolf
    • fingers of the hand, one revenging the wrong done to another, as if
    • little about animal wisdom as about the wisdom of our own hand. The
    • single beaver is merely the handyman of the group soul on the astral
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    • which can thus be easily misunderstood. On the other hand, however,
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    • which can thus be easily misunderstood. On the other hand, however,
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    • be mentioned, who has handled the question of the nature of death in
    • hand and which finally, fighting against life, work as a poison on
    • spirit which, on the one hand, is directed to use the organism as its
    • instrument in the physical world, might, on the other hand, make it
    • material plane. It is only to point out how, on the one hand, natural
    • substances, while, on the other hand, those students who wish —
    • sickness by our moods of heart and soul, we see, on the other hand,
    • on the one hand, and on the other the whole structure of our
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    • be mentioned, who has handled the question of the nature of death in
    • hand and which finally, fighting against life, work as a poison on
    • spirit which, on the one hand, is directed to use the organism as its
    • instrument in the physical world, might, on the other hand, make it
    • material plane. It is only to point out how, on the one hand, natural
    • substances, while, on the other hand, those students who wish —
    • sickness by our moods of heart and soul, we see, on the other hand,
    • on the one hand, and on the other the whole structure of our
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    • world. For, if on the one hand the difficulty results from the fact
    • everything concerning nature and essence of man, so on the other hand
    • other hand we can perceive how deeper thinkers who stand entirely on
    • organism, which has once been our earth, on the one hand, living
    • became independent. And on the other hand — so Fechner imagines
    • Now on the other hand we
    • assumed as the original earth organism. On the other hand, however,
    • existed beforehand.
    • physical form an upright one, making his hands as living tools for
    • lives. On the other hand, we see that the intense connection with the
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    • world. For, if on the one hand the difficulty results from the fact
    • everything concerning nature and essence of man, so on the other hand
    • other hand we can perceive how deeper thinkers who stand entirely on
    • organism, which has once been our earth, on the one hand, living
    • became independent. And on the other hand — so Fechner imagines
    • Now on the other hand we
    • assumed as the original earth organism. On the other hand, however,
    • existed beforehand.
    • physical form an upright one, making his hands as living tools for
    • lives. On the other hand, we see that the intense connection with the
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    • itself. Historical facts on the other hand are unique; we can recount
    • movement of the hand they felt the particular angle the hand made
    • their hand or foot. The Greeks could feel this sort of thing —
    • us of Greek sculpture reveals that when the sculptor set his hand to
    • in human evolution. Thus we see in Michelangelo on the one hand an
    • create his figures. On the other hand, that he should not merely
    • Florence handed over to Michelangelo to try and make something of. He
    • looked at the stone he felt that thus the hand must lie and thus the
    • paints this with God the Father surging through space with hand
    • outstretched, and with this hand touching that of the still-sleeping
    • work. How does he handle it? Let us take note of the Sibyls, and
    • Delphic Sibyl stretches her hand towards a scroll; the wind sweeps
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    • itself. Historical facts on the other hand are unique; we can recount
    • movement of the hand they felt the particular angle the hand made
    • their hand or foot. The Greeks could feel this sort of thing —
    • us of Greek sculpture reveals that when the sculptor set his hand to
    • in human evolution. Thus we see in Michelangelo on the one hand an
    • create his figures. On the other hand, that he should not merely
    • Florence handed over to Michelangelo to try and make something of. He
    • looked at the stone he felt that thus the hand must lie and thus the
    • paints this with God the Father surging through space with hand
    • outstretched, and with this hand touching that of the still-sleeping
    • work. How does he handle it? Let us take note of the Sibyls, and
    • Delphic Sibyl stretches her hand towards a scroll; the wind sweeps
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    • distinction between his written works on the one hand, and on the
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    • beforehand. But that is not valid, for in this case it is not we who
    • founders of our religions handed down images not based on the
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    • more with the work there. So, just as the strength of our hand
    • the task at hand. We can feel her radiant spiritual eye and her warm,
    • one of our dear members told you last time out of firsthand
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    • the other hand, are nothing much to write home about as far as
    • its beings can be perceived by the dead. On the other hand, if we do
    • circumstances must be handled so as to make it clear that our Society
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    • state of soul must be developed hand in hand with the training of our
    • on the one hand and etheric body and physical body on the other
    • signifies only itself, just as our hands or head stand only for
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    • this philosophical work to leave his hands for even a minute! He was
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    • one hand, it is unquestioned that in general man's greatest riddle is
    • other hand to emphasize what each of us feels upon meeting another
    • we can see with the eyes and grasp with the hands is only the outer
    • necessary, if we wish to solve the mystery, to ask on the one hand:
    • us; but it will also become possible to handle in a practical
    • springing from a profound perception of human nature, has been handed
    • Particularly it must be of interest to learn how we can handle the
    • education in hand later in life. As long, indeed, as the temperaments
    • self-education in hand in later life. Here again one should not
    • hand. The latter must show that he is well informed about the things
    • of authority in his hands, and never betray the fact that he is
    • upon insignificant, unimportant things. If on the other hand we are
    • taken in hand in the same way in later life, if it is noticed that
    • he may grow up guided by a firm hand, if some one can show him
    • We can also take self-education in hand here; for when
    • hindrance in this realm. On the other hand, used indirectly it can
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    • one hand, it is unquestioned that in general man's greatest riddle is
    • other hand to emphasize what each of us feels upon meeting another
    • we can see with the eyes and grasp with the hands is only the outer
    • necessary, if we wish to solve the mystery, to ask on the one hand:
    • us; but it will also become possible to handle in a practical
    • springing from a profound perception of human nature, has been handed
    • Particularly it must be of interest to learn how we can handle the
    • education in hand later in life. As long, indeed, as the temperaments
    • self-education in hand in later life. Here again one should not
    • hand. The latter must show that he is well informed about the things
    • of authority in his hands, and never betray the fact that he is
    • upon insignificant, unimportant things. If on the other hand we are
    • taken in hand in the same way in later life, if it is noticed that
    • he may grow up guided by a firm hand, if some one can show him
    • We can also take self-education in hand here; for when
    • hindrance in this realm. On the other hand, used indirectly it can
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    • song are so important, which, after being handed down for centuries
    • those who wished to endanger them — all this was handed down in
    • spears are in his hand. His gray hair falls on the wind. He often
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    • song are so important, which, after being handed down for centuries
    • those who wished to endanger them — all this was handed down in
    • spears are in his hand. His gray hair falls on the wind. He often
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    • deeds. This warmth of feeling is always there, but on the other hand
    • uncannily astute handling of affairs connected with the
    • is current in our present age. But on the other hand it is urgently
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    • deeds. This warmth of feeling is always there, but on the other hand
    • uncannily astute handling of affairs connected with the
    • is current in our present age. But on the other hand it is urgently
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    • Abyss, from which there arises on the one hand the cold Niflheim,
    • and on the other hand, the hot Muspelheim. The beginning of
    • to our own times it has secretly carried on and handed on the great
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    • Abyss, from which there arises on the one hand the cold Niflheim,
    • and on the other hand, the hot Muspelheim. The beginning of
    • to our own times it has secretly carried on and handed on the great
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was transcribed
    • hand, however, there is hardly any other alternative for the great
    • Ahriman, on the other hand, is the spirit of falsehood and error and
    • case? He simply hands over the matter to Ahriman, and Ahriman darkens
    • Ahriman hands over the scepter to Lucifer, so that a quality creeps
    • to ourselves, and that we can, on the other hand, harm ourselves
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    • This document was literally crumbling in your hand when it was transcribed
    • hand, however, there is hardly any other alternative for the great
    • Ahriman, on the other hand, is the spirit of falsehood and error and
    • case? He simply hands over the matter to Ahriman, and Ahriman darkens
    • Ahriman hands over the scepter to Lucifer, so that a quality creeps
    • to ourselves, and that we can, on the other hand, harm ourselves
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    • substance inside — in man, on the other hand (in the
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    • books for the general public on the one hand, and the privately printed
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    • a shorthand report of nine lectures given by Rudolf Steiner in the early
    • out my physical arm and my physical hand takes hold of an object. I
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    • For man, Nature with her laws is the destroyer. Here, on the one hand,
    • on the other hand, is Nature with her stones, plants, animals, clouds,
    • one hand, man remains outside Nature. This becomes clear to him at the
    • sight of death. On the other hand, Nature remains external to his soul.
    • two truths live in the subconsciousness of man today. On the one hand,
    • now, to historical tradition, to what has been handed down from ancient
    • regarded as valid. It has been handed down to us, but is no longer
    • truly belongs. Where is the artist today who can handle earthly, physical
    • there is Religion. This, too, has been handed down through tradition
    • religious tradition has handed down to him and the anxious question
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    • we found yesterday, we see, on the one hand, the human physical body,
    • other hand there are two considerations which show the close relationship
    • picture this that I have said: On the one hand, we have what the organism
    • the same path as the vernal point. Let us contemplate, on the one hand,
    • point to complete its path; and on the other hand, the short period
    • resemble the earth; we hand over substances to the earth in the form
    • a complicated process. My hand develops a certain force, but this force
    • this to yourselves: The chalk is, at first, there. My hand now takes
    • that acts in the ether as a counter-image? I lift the chalk; any hand
    • protein acquires a very uncertain appetite. If, on the other hand, he
    • of protein. On the other hand, there are certainly numerous people
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    • direct, first-hand knowledge of these things. He can study his destiny
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    • your body — your hand, for example. In so far as the act of cognition
    • itself is concerned you look at your hand exactly as at a crystal, or
    • world and has been handed over to the elements in any form, there is
    • increase in clarity and awareness goes hand in hand with the development
    • unconscious factors may be involved: We see, on the one hand, man's
    • on the other hand, we are inwardly aware of ourselves as soul beings who
    • and disintegrate it. On the other hand, our own soul life eludes us
    • I stretch out my physical arm and my physical hand takes hold of an
    • is nothing more deceptive than our handbooks of anatomy or physiology,
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    • and here the etheric acts. The astral, on the other hand, is stimulated
    • oneself. And only when this love goes hand in hand with that higher
    • ‘warmth-hand’, ‘warmth-leg’,
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    • a two-fold way: on the one hand, in regard to external Nature which,
    • he must admit, only destroys him as physical body; on the other hand,
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    • by a frog approaching his hand; he takes hold of the frog and fords
    • other hand, when we study the second kind of dream, we find that what
    • will-nature. On the other hand, a man who dreams his life almost as
    • wants to handle such things at all; otherwise one can know nothing of
    • master-hand, the dream something clumsy. But they both point in the same
    • organisation; on the other hand, the imaginations which refer to outer
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    • to men. It has to tell the truth, not please. On the other hand, it
    • as an emanation of the human head. On the other hand, the metabolic
    • aged; hands and feet small and childlike; wings to indicate remoteness
    • other hand, when we try to understand the metabolic and limb system
    • are pale. But, on the other hand, memory cannot but appear to be very
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    • world in which we are ever present, even while on earth. Every hand-shake
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    • whole movement was handled by Rome, how in the
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    • or the Anglo-Saxon bourgeoisie will get the upper hand; the question
    • come to terms with the existing state of things; thereby they hand on
    • which some misguided member has now delivered into the hands of a
    • first cycles given into the hands of the Catholic clergy was that
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Astonishment as Indications of Spiritual Vision in Past and Future
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    • one is walking, or a hand, which one raises, have for us no weight.
    • We raise our hand, carrying a hundredweight — why is the
    • hundredweight heavy? We raise our hand and it carries itself —
    • why do we feel no weight? The hand belongs to me, and so its
    • the first thing he sees is a man holding a weight in each hand. To
    • the man as if they were part of his hands, part of his whole being.
    • difference between the hundredweight and his hand, he would find it
    • impulse towards knowledge on the one hand, and the conscience on the
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    • one is walking, or a hand, which one raises, have for us no weight.
    • We raise our hand, carrying a hundredweight — why is the
    • hundredweight heavy? We raise our hand and it carries itself —
    • why do we feel no weight? The hand belongs to me, and so its
    • the first thing he sees is a man holding a weight in each hand. To
    • the man as if they were part of his hands, part of his whole being.
    • difference between the hundredweight and his hand, he would find it
    • impulse towards knowledge on the one hand, and the conscience on the
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    • Welten wahrnimmt. Bei den hier wiedergegebenen Zeichen handelt es
    • bei ihm das vorhanden, vas gegenwärtig noch die auf einer
    • Büchlein aus des Engels Hand und verzehrte es. ...»
    • hielt und eine große Kette in der Hand hatte. Und er brachte den
    • handelt sich um die Wahrnehmung der Urkräfte, welche in
    • durchströmt, auf die formende Hand wirken läßt. Die
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    • das vorhanden, vas gegenwärtig noch die auf einer
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    • in der Hand hatte. Und er brachte den Drachen, die Schlange der
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    • dargestellt. Es handelt sich um die Wahrnehmung der
    • auf die formende Hand wirken läßt. Die plastischen
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    • the other hand there is today a terrible reactionary, conservative
    • what his real nature is. While on the one hand we have more and more
    • one hand man will be aware of himself as belonging to the earth; on
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    • the other hand there is today a terrible reactionary, conservative
    • what his real nature is. While on the one hand we have more and more
    • one hand man will be aware of himself as belonging to the earth; on
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    • other hand, we have eaten something we never tasted before, and have
    • sound and wholesome, we incline to it; on the other hand, we turn
    • us a sound, healthy outlook on life, while on the other hand we
    • Knowledge of the spirit, on the other hand, leading as
    • selflessness, of that loving devotion to the matter in hand, without
    • which spiritual knowledge is unattainable, and on the other hand to a
    • we may, on the one hand, be able, having brought from an earlier life
    • other hand he experienced the blessing of receiving, in that he
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    • other hand, we have eaten something we never tasted before, and have
    • sound and wholesome, we incline to it; on the other hand, we turn
    • us a sound, healthy outlook on life, while on the other hand we
    • Knowledge of the spirit, on the other hand, leading as
    • selflessness, of that loving devotion to the matter in hand, without
    • which spiritual knowledge is unattainable, and on the other hand to a
    • we may, on the one hand, be able, having brought from an earlier life
    • other hand he experienced the blessing of receiving, in that he
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    • form in the nineteenth century but are gaining the upper hand more
    • testings for mankind. Were they to gain the upper hand, as they bid
    • hand and foot to our belief in authority. Only think how helpless
    • should come to social understanding on the one hand and liberty of
    • platform proclaim the art of living. Theories crop up on every hand,
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    • form in the nineteenth century but are gaining the upper hand more
    • testings for mankind. Were they to gain the upper hand, as they bid
    • hand and foot to our belief in authority. Only think how helpless
    • should come to social understanding on the one hand and liberty of
    • platform proclaim the art of living. Theories crop up on every hand,
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    • felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it is not independent,
    • other hand, pass out of the physical body with our soul and unite
    • abstract concepts. On the other hand, those concepts handed down as
    • in hand one's development which is otherwise left to education and the
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    • felt as my hand would feel were it conscious: that it is not independent,
    • other hand, pass out of the physical body with our soul and unite
    • abstract concepts. On the other hand, those concepts handed down as
    • in hand one's development which is otherwise left to education and the
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    • Easter festival, on the other hand, is intended to remind us of an event
    • faculties could not rightly be possessed by man. On the other hand,
    • today to utter this renunciation, when we can observe on every hand a
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    • Easter festival, on the other hand, is intended to remind us of an event
    • faculties could not rightly be possessed by man. On the other hand,
    • today to utter this renunciation, when we can observe on every hand a
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    • other hand, there are those who out of good and faithful hearts want
    • no value, least of all when we wish to take a hand in practical life.
    • neighbourhood I lent a hand with the cattle. These things were absolutely
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    • from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer and
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    • doubt, stirring by hand has quite another significance than mechanical
    • with your hand or in a mere mechanical fashion. When you stir manually,
    • all the delicate movements of your hand will come into the stirring.
    • human hand — believe me, very much can issue from the hand —
    • the thing more firmly. On the other hand, we are dealing with a very
    • nowadays? On the other hand, I may remark that as a farmer you need
    • itself beforehand.
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    • for it to get no rain-water at all. On the other hand, it should not
    • put an end to the growth of weeds. On the other hand, it will make the
    • occur in the plant kingdom. The combatting of weeds, on the other hand,
    • water. If, on the other hand, you have a very clayey soil, you should
    • hand, the harmfulness of the dandelion is emphasised by Count Keyserlingk,
    • while on the other hand, Count Lerchenfeld describes it as the best
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    • get a shorthand writer? I do not like to see the shorthand writer; one
    • (I mean the shorthand writer, not the person, needless to say).
    • not also reckon, on the other hand, with a further necessity—namely,
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    • the other hand, it establishes itself so strongly that it plants itself
    • for example. If, on the other hand, in some district you notice that
    • have warmth in its environment. Suppose on the other hand that you here
    • be otherwise. Into the dead wood, on the other hand, the warmth will
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    • stirring implement at hand, it was pressed into service. Rudolf Steiner
    • with the hand or with a birch-whisk. Brief directions followed as to
    • Dr. Steiner then indicated with a motion of his hand over the garden
    • method. On the other hand, it is certainly true that a grasp of bio-dynamic
    • meant to him to have the School of Spiritual Science going hand in hand
    • handling, time-considerations in the proper rare and breeding of cattle,
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    • other hand, the roasting involved a loss of about 15 per cent, consisting
    • On the other hand, one must not fall into the extreme of using plant-manure.
    • of shaking it a little in his hand and throwing it gently, sprinkling
    • hand — gleans from the meadows, is undoubtedly better than the
    • in it for long. On the other hand, he observed that if a certain bacterial
    • too, for potatoes and root-crops. Wheat and rye on the other hand should
    • Take a few fruits and a handful of leaves of the kind of fruit in question;
    • hand's-breadth deep may be dug around the tree in a circumference
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    • visitors from a distance. Yet on the other hand, considering the
    • rain with the phases of the Moon. Yet on the other hand there is a
    • animal life it is less so; plant life, an the other hand, is still to
    • That on the one hand.
    • On the other hand we find another kind of substance, which must occur
    • On the other hand, from all that is represented by the planets
    • On the other hand,
    • on the other hand, is received all that which makes the plant capable
    • revolution is short. That, on the other hand, which frees itself from
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    • hand, from which our farm springs forth, and on the other hand, that
    • in man, the abdominal organs. On the other hand, that which takes
    • that is above the Earth's surface. On the other hand, the
    • least exposed to the mineral substances. On the other hand, for a
    • driven to the state of chaos. On the other hand, when the first
    • other hand the earthly process works in the unfolding of leaf,
    • the other hand, the seed which evolves its force right up the steam
    • shading. If on the other hand the earthly nature is to live strongly
    • possess the different kinds of fruit, handing them down by heredity
    • it may be that we have handed down: natural talents, knowledge
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    • farther. I have placed two things side by side; on the one hand the
    • hand it flows perpetually into the element of life.
    • surrounds us on all hands. As you know, we have around us only a
    • all hands. The plant would never blossom if the astral did not touch
    • there is a living interplay. On the one hand there is that which
    • which is so near to the Spiritual on the one hand and to the
    • which they can become independent: namely, on the one hand when the
    • into an universal chaos; and on the other hand, when the hydrogen
    • thus dissolved. On the one hand, where we encounter any species of
    • like to snatch at everything for himself. Silica, on the other hand,
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    • other hand, are the attacks that are made on Spiritual Science when
    • about. What the body needs, on the other hand, so as to deposit substances
    • On the other hand, what we receive through our stomach is important
    • the moment with the single Thing in hand, as though you would build
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    • hand, lead, arsenic, mercury” — and they even include soda
    • the other hand, to have the proper phosphoric acid, potash and limestone-content
    • yarrow ready to hand, so much the better. Pick the fresh flowers and
    • handfuls of this yarrow-stuff, pressed pretty strongly together, and
    • other hand, most difficult to replace for its good influence on our
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    • on the other hand, in all that the plant derives from the surrounding
    • hand. So it has come about: far and wide, the vine plantations
    • other hand there is all that which comes by another way — above
    • other hand, we reckon with these cosmic forces, then we shall say to
    • other hand, the Moon-influence must be supported by that of Venus. Nay,
    • an example; so you will have something near at hand.
    • of these things. On the one hand, it is right that the Earth should
    • water on the one hand is a sine qua non of all fertility, so
    • on the other hand, fire is an absolute destroyer of fertility. Fire
    • Then you will really take the processes of growth in hand. (We shall
    • and abnormalities). To get the growth-processes in hand — that
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    • from plants growing on the soil, and on the other hand from fruit-tree
    • the other hand, what becomes poorer in ether, down below in the soil.
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    • more rhythmic than in man; while on the other hand the nerves-and-senses
    • other hand, all that we have as substantiality in the organisation of
    • the Ego-forces on the one hand, and on the other hand assist what passes
    • and on the other hand the metabolic organisation also tends towards
    • up to human nature. If, on the other hand, we eat animal food from the
    • the other hand, the farmers hear of these things from unauthorised persons
    • and in what is now to become of it by further work. On the other hand,
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    • from the hand of the Creator.” He sacrificed all the
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    • from the hand of the Creator.” He sacrificed all the
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    • the other hand that one can be in danger of looking in
    • by a Chandala maiden of the very lowest caste, who is
    • explanation of her destiny is then given to the Chandala
    • this very youth who was at that time in the Chandala caste.
    • All control and rule was in the hands of the initiates.
    • the one hand, the origin of the Grail and on the other hand
    • profaned. For we find on every hand as the symbol of
    • passed into the hands of Templars in Northern Spain, the
    • Grail; he had been chosen for this beforehand. The victory
    • man can attain on the one hand knowledge and on the other
    • hand also true piety. A path of development stands open for
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    • the other hand that one can be in danger of looking in
    • by a Chandala maiden of the very lowest caste, who is
    • explanation of her destiny is then given to the Chandala
    • this very youth who was at that time in the Chandala caste.
    • All control and rule was in the hands of the initiates.
    • the one hand, the origin of the Grail and on the other hand
    • profaned. For we find on every hand as the symbol of
    • passed into the hands of Templars in Northern Spain, the
    • Grail; he had been chosen for this beforehand. The victory
    • man can attain on the one hand knowledge and on the other
    • hand also true piety. A path of development stands open for
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    • out of our own being. But on the other hand, we know that
    • only need to clasp your left hand
    • yourself. You do something with your right hand, but you
    • way in which our hands cross, when the right hand clasps
    • process by moving the right hand, clasping the left one, up
    • right hand of the man on the right is clasping the left
    • hand of the man on the left. Again, it is the gesture which
    • explained to you today contains, on the one hand, the
    • cosmos, but on the other hand lies what may fill us, I
    • they touch each other, clasp hands, and so forth.
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    • out of our own being. But on the other hand, we know that
    • only need to clasp your left hand
    • yourself. You do something with your right hand, but you
    • way in which our hands cross, when the right hand clasps
    • process by moving the right hand, clasping the left one, up
    • right hand of the man on the right is clasping the left
    • hand of the man on the left. Again, it is the gesture which
    • explained to you today contains, on the one hand, the
    • cosmos, but on the other hand lies what may fill us, I
    • they touch each other, clasp hands, and so forth.
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    • hand love and kindliness prevail, where humanitarianism is unfolded,
    • hand where some sort of activity is developed which has to do with presence
    • very grave and evil for him. On the other hand, many other beings are
    • left hand and both legs — all this is collected, flows into the
    • on the one hand the builder of the nerve-system, and on the other hand
    • may come on the one hand from the good, gentle, mild Venus beings, or
    • on the other hand, from the wild beings who have been described to you
    • are on the one hand Saturn spirits who directly they observe anything
    • immediately make some invention, on the other hand there are those who
    • with him when he moves his hand, when he creates with spirit, soul,
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    • in man is an involving, constructive one, whereas on the other hand
    • out his hand and give the other a box on the ear. The second observer
    • might say: I saw nothing of anger or passion, I only saw the hand move
    • and described only the moving hand. In reality, what took place there
    • dwelling place with quite different characteristics. On the other hand
    • by Jupiter beings, to whose help come, on the other hand, laggard Venus
    • on the other hand the spiritual facts have been found by occult means,
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    • to an airy-state and light arose, on the one hand a sort of air-system
    • by the Spirits of Wisdom. On the other hand you must be clear that everything
    • its mission; — or, on the other hand, they could have said: We
    • other hand the soul that dwells in every personality must be able to
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    • minerals are. On the other hand it includes plant, animal and human
    • other hand, where there is mineral they perceive a hollow space — just
    • hollow space. On the other hand, their consciousness projects up to
    • which found expression, on the one hand, in the civilizations of Babylon,
    • Assyria, Chaldea, and on the other hand of Egypt. Human science was
    • of humanity could not have gone on without, on the one hand, the accelerating
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    • a hand and was capable of replacing it. His ego would not say: ‘I
    • have died through the loss of my hand’; it would feel that it
    • more in the hand than sheer sense-perceptible facts in the fields of
    • beings as our hands belong to us. The faint feeling of individuality
    • Gospel can grasp with spiritual hands, so to speak, that that is true.
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    • it with their folded hands, folded just as the pointed arches. The whole
    • handling of the orchestra Richard Wagner sought to create that great
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    • the Cosmic Intelligence has passed from the hands of
    • Michael into the hands of men. Conflict between the
    • into their hands. Anthroposophists must learn to realise
    • hand in civilisation have become ever greater and
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    • hand from the side of Arabism, from the civilisation of
    • in the Mahommedan religion, while on the other hand they
    • think’ in the same measure. On the other hand they
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    • opportunities on all hands today, to acquaint ourselves
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    • earth is to be found on the one hand by looking round about
    • the other hand, with respect to the worldly affairs of
    • one hand by something that I cannot otherwise describe than
    • hand and Ahriman on the other. For in karma, Lucifer and
    • hand into a Christianity that spread out with a certain
    • of men on all hands. This man is filled on the one hand
    • other hand Christianity comes near to him, in a way that is
    • they were. He was overwhelmed on the one hand with a sense
    • on the other hand — unclear as it all was — an
    • see him descend on the one hand with all those impulses
    • spiritual striving. On the other hand we see evolving in
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    • attitude to Nature on the one hand and to things spiritual
    • hand-maid of that Divinity of whom the Gospels tell. She it
    • Christianity, speaking still of Natura the handmaid of
    • Latini which was afterwards handed down to Dante and from
    • those on the other hand who were preparing to carry
    • the hands of the Cistercians. It was a strange play of
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    • — they handed down the traditions of what had once
    • Scholasticism. This was below. He on the other hand
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    • fell, so to speak, out of the hands of Michael.
    • has passed from the hands of Michael into the hands of men.
    • metal, when they still handed down the deep old teachings,
    • that has come into the hands of men. For if men once became
    • Goethe's Faust in hand, will not perceive the
    • to Michael on the one hand and to Ahrimanism on the other.
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    • Michael, on the other hand, works intensely into the
    • Michael-forces on the other hand work very strongly into
    • the non-anthroposophist. On the other hand it may be that
    • the one hand so heavily upon one's heart, while on the
    • other hand it moves the heart, uplifts it with enthusiasm.
    • other hand it is immensely right to occupy oneself with all
    • Hence the possibilities for Ahriman to take a hand in
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    • other hand, who out of an inner impulse quite consciously
    • materialism on the one hand, and of the intellectualism
    • things which we must see through. On all hands,
    • thrown back on every hand by materialism theoretical and
    • by being able to touch it with their hands. Those who stand
    • eyes and touch with their hands those with whom they once
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    • on the other hand an ancient truth — one that was no
    • indeed on the one hand the Sun Intelligence, while on the
    • On the other hand
    • — if he has this on the one hand, while on the other
    • hand he has constant impulse to press forward in the
    • Intelligence. Those on the other hand whose Angels fell
    • ‘idiot,’ this is the hand of Ahriman. And many
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    • hand, due to my lack of contact with Christianity during my
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    • Renan handles Christ Jesus. He doesn't hesitate to
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    • the one hand these things are spread around, it does not
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    • I saw in the right hand of him who was seated on the throne a scroll
    • scroll open in his hand.”
    • 10:2 And he had in his hand a little book open: and he set his right foot upon the sea, and his left foot on the earth, \
    • both rich and poor, both free and slave to be marked on the right hand
    • 13:16 And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: \
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    • of the lamb receiving from his hand the book with the seven seals. As
    • into your hand; and the book is unsealed in such a way that what will
    • rider had a balance in its hand.”
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    • the Roman church, on the other hand, saw the same thing in
    • other hand, can be experienced in the sounds heard in the harmony of
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    • the other hand, in Lemurian times the seed forces of the animals were
    • of all against all. On the one hand we can thank the descent into matter
    • of self within our physical bodily nature. On the other hand, we thank
    • he holds the seven star oracles, through the seven Rishis, in his hand.
    • The Christian mysteries, on the other hand, strive to direct their view
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    • these cultural epochs is presented with the seven stars in his hand.
    • of the seven stars in his hand. Above all the writer of the Apocalypse
    • here hands are in motion and what is achieved here is taken through
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    • all things intellectual. Let us consider, on the other hand, a personality
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    • system are increasingly formed. On the other hand the powers of soul
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    • period, on the other hand, from the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries
    • does not rely on any handed-down wisdom even if it gratefully accepts the
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    • astral body, on the other hand, is a flowing structure, variable in terms
    • our hand the impulse to do so comes from the astral body. When we walk,
    • on the other hand, the etheric and astral bodies were gigantic. The
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    • by human hands. The rider with a bow is as innocent as bright sunlight.
    • increasingly getting the upper hand. More and more the tendency will be
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    • 18:11 And the merchants of the earth shall weep and mourn over her; for no man buyeth their merchandise any more: \
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    • hands or with implements, he places some external material thing into the
    • this the opponents knew. They knew that, just as on the one hand the Mystery
    • to spread so far and wide, neither could, on the other hand, our connection
    • given into Man's own hands. The choice is set before him — and
    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
    • as in the case of the Templars. On the one hand, what they were able to do
    • hand, what happened through the working of Mephistophelian-Ahrimanic forces
    • into Man's hand a means whereby he may find blessing in his own soul.
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    • hands or with implements, he places some external material thing into the
    • this the opponents knew. They knew that, just as on the one hand the Mystery
    • to spread so far and wide, neither could, on the other hand, our connection
    • given into Man's own hands. The choice is set before him — and
    • organism. The physical organism — we see how it has head, arms, hands,
    • as in the case of the Templars. On the one hand, what they were able to do
    • hand, what happened through the working of Mephistophelian-Ahrimanic forces
    • into Man's hand a means whereby he may find blessing in his own soul.
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    • his hand does not indicate whether it is for the purpose of carving a
    • the spinal cord on the one hand, and the brain on the other, we can
    • brain. If, on the other hand, we consider at this point our present
    • back your hand when it is stung. Not very much deliberation
    • certain necessity, as, for instance, a movement of the hand results
    • no deliberate influence upon the movement of the hand in the
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    • the one hand of dream-life, the chaotic life of pictures; and on the
    • other hand the waking day life, which is endowed with the capacity to
    • organism; but that, on the other hand, they are all three inserted
    • hand, acting from all directions upon our senses, and the blood
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    • and spinal cord, we are able, on the other hand, by means of such
    • this spleen is observed inwardly, on the other hand, it appears above
    • only mentioned. Yet, on the other hand, that which we supply to our
    • or beginning with the help of occult science on the one hand; and we
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    • necessary. Just as the human being needs, on the one hand,
    • also, on the other hand, to confront the outside world directly with
    • rhythm of man. On the other hand, however, in so far as the blood
    • the system of the spleen, liver, and gall-bladder, on the one hand,
    • the system of spleen, liver, gall-bladder on the one hand and the
    • have placed those organs which work, on the one hand to counteract a
    • one-sided isolation, but on the other hand to create a balance
    • everything on the one hand which, even though so thoroughly filtered,
    • is none the less physical, namely, the blood; and on the other hand
    • experience in the physical world. We must ascend, on the one hand,
    • other hand, we must ascend also from our soul-life to the
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    • what is super-sensible in the human organism. But, on the other hand,
    • the human organisation — while on the other hand more strongly
    • his consciousness. On the other hand we must admit that the entire human
    • of a mind which had thought out that purpose beforehand. This spiritual
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    • on the other hand, the skin itself is to be such an expression for
    • and at the same time so form it beforehand that in these places, by
    • yet, on the other hand, through the way in which the nutritive matter
    • bones as we see them, on the other hand, gives us the right to
    • in yet another form: we have, on the one hand, in our blood that
    • diseased state. On the other hand all soul-processes, all processes
    • hand, have already entirely withdrawn during this incarnation from
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    • depends upon present-day customary science. On the other hand, anyone
    • man's conscious soul-life? If, on the one hand, it is clear to
    • right places, we must admit, on the other hand, that the function of
    • inner cosmic system. Yet, on the other hand, the fact that the
    • modelled beforehand out of the cosmos, and where it has its firmest
    • a way that they furnish the basis for what prepares itself beforehand
    • hand, there are processes of a finer sort which arise out of our
    • that it has on the one hand turned its entire being, so to speak,
    • able to serve as an instrument for the ego; and on the other hand
    • hand we must also recognise it as the organ standing at the highest
    • that they have to prepare beforehand, so to speak, the entire
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    • something that our eyes can behold and our hands can grasp. That
    • world, and because its activity is provided for beforehand by the
    • the breathing, on the one hand, and on the other hand through the
    • nutritional stream, on the one hand, is taken into the digestive
    • physical organisation. The ego, on the other hand, together with its
    • members completely metamorphose, on the one hand, the vital
    • that which constitutes inner liquefying processes, on the one hand,
    • activity gets the upper hand, we can work in opposition to it through
    • the human being. On the other hand, the plant element may also be
    • with our hands, in order that the nutritive substances may organise
    • system for mediating consciousness. On the other hand, a system more
    • is laid down beforehand in the germinal plan. What I have here
    • metamorphosis. On the other hand, that which reveals to us that it
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    • findings on the subject in hand. No one having such an attitude could
    • man's mind in his hand or his legs, but we say that his bodily
    • such as we have, standing upright on two legs, making use of hands,
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    • one hand, and an element of sound on the other, such as I described
    • — we shall presently see why this was so. On the other hand, to
    • those who have handed down to us this ancient record the same
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    • existence we are surrendering to illusion. On the other hand, to
    • are looked upon merely as counters, or shorthand notes for what the
    • has been handed down by a people who worshipped Jahve. And whoever
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    • been able to see with your eyes or touch with your hands the man who
    • criticised on all hands as if it were naively saying: “Paradise
    • hand to one of these lions. If someone first invents a fantastic
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    • visible on the one hand and the moon on the other, the urge to
    • kind of balance was produced on the one hand by the sun and on the
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    • of formative forces, which represents on the one hand a soul-element,
    • the other hand let me tell you one other thing which should be borne
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    • of formative forces, which represents on the one hand a soul-element,
    • the other hand let me tell you one other thing which should be borne
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    • hand against carrying the outer sense world into the higher world; he
    • must guard on the other hand against the opposite extreme, against
    • be handled in this way, of that which stands apart from the
    • phenomenalism on the one hand and ecstasy on the other. In order to
    • One must not have some notion beforehand, however, of how one can
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    • hand against carrying the outer sense world into the higher world; he
    • must guard on the other hand against the opposite extreme, against
    • be handled in this way, of that which stands apart from the
    • phenomenalism on the one hand and ecstasy on the other. In order to
    • One must not have some notion beforehand, however, of how one can
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    • it has always been known, as it has been handed down by history,
    • assimilation went hand in hand with spiritual assimilation,
    • the other hand what speaks to us in the figure of Eros? It is
    • and Eros with Persephone between them—and on the other hand
    • Not only have many hands been needed to make this festival possible,
    • be in the hands of actors who are striving for spiritual knowledge.
    • men like our stage hands working for us so willingly. I feel it is
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    • of our hand is an expression of our own soul-activity. When we move
    • our hand from left to right, we know that a mental activity lies
    • mere movement of the hand and our will, but we know that the movement
    • of the hand and our will, as an impulse of movement, constitute a
    • the moving hand so to say, of divine-spiritual Beings, but we see
    • the chemist, the physiologist, the biologist, while on the other hand
    • explained by physical, chemical or biological laws; on the other hand
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    • upwards to a higher vision of Himself; on the other hand we see the
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    • about, making use of hands and feet’ ... a modern man would
    • been handed down historically to later times is intellectual
    • Zeus on the one hand and Hera on the other. We have seen that Zeus is
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    • snub-nose, and ears which stuck out, and anything but handsome.
    • Silenus, the teacher of Dionysos, who was finally to hand over to man
    • — but to the Initiates who have handed down the tradition from
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    • on every hand; every healthy soul has to undergo the fear of being
    • his hands (i.e. what he does half unconsciously) plays a part in the
    • particular use of the right hand. Thus it is the etheric and astral
    • the hands which work into the brain and mould it. Today anthropology
    • which through our right-handedness has been strongly developed can
    • be relieved from without by the use of the left hand — a thing
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    • showeth his handiwork.” “The voice of the Lord is mighty
    • “Who hath measured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted
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    • they do”, or: “Father, into thy hands I commend
    • functions separately, but on the other hand, the picture will lose
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    • physical, bodily constitution was now to be taken in hand by man
    • a certain aim in view, it is desirable that the hands, for example, shall
    • Abraham receives Isaac back at the hand of Jahve. This brings to Abraham
    • at the hand of Jahve. A ram or lamb is sacrificed in place of Isaac.
    • On the other hand we see
    • Spiritual powers on the one hand, and on the other, the Luciferic powers,
    • and Christ-Jesus Himself: “The kingdom of heaven is at hand”.
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    • no hands. Man has made his hands organs of thought. In the hands,
    • retained by hands. Judgments of thoughts and actions are guided
    • gratitude quivers into the hands and arms.
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    • but on the other hand, it is clearly evident, particularly when
    • feeling which, while on the one hand it stirs one to-day with a
    • fact, as is not always done, while on the one hand he may feel
    • already become a corpse, directly it takes the matter in hand with
    • other hand, this hidden life of mankind knocks at the door of events,
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    • anyone who takes a compass, a magnetic needle in hand, to seek in the
    • true that, on the other hand, the original causative forces for this
    • and partly on their fidgeting hands and feet. I then made the
    • morning has both God and gold in its hand,’ which has been
    • been handed down to us of old primeval wisdom in Imagination,
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    • hand, I have often emphasised that the religious life can be deepened
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    • on the one hand, and on the other hand the so-called dead. This is
    • last journey someone put into my hand something concerning a fact
    • requires, on the other hand, a clear recognition of how things stand.
    • other hand, he knows that Socrates was no idiot, and then in order to
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    • no hands. Man has made his hands organs of thought. In the hands,
    • retained by hands. Judgments of thoughts and actions are guided
    • Because the animal has no hands; that
    • animals are either legs or wings, his arms and hands are so inserted
    • destiny. Only man cannot think with his hands, he can only hold his
    • destiny with them, hence he overlooks his destiny. The hands are just
    • what man does in life with his hands; with his hands he arrests
    • is so organised that only the coarser reasoning activity of hands and
    • arms comes to expression. Everyone knows that in the hands, above all
    • scarcely a glimmer; nevertheless the hands are so inserted into man's
    • with his hands. Were he to do so, were he to know their
    • true. We have here a point where, on the one hand, Spiritual Science
    • says: in the hands, which develop a subconscious thinking,
    • the fact is connected that his arms and hands are organised
    • is not a quadruped but a two-handed being is due to the cosmos. He so
    • disconnected his hands and arms, he so lives as regards them that the
    • hands on their part can grasp destiny, just as the organisation of
    • arms and hands, so will the judgments which we pass on our actions
    • that we can say there is, on the one hand, much in him that is far
    • — in relation to the judgment of destiny, and on the other hand
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    • gratitude quivers into the hands and arms.
    • rebirth. On the other hand, the beings of the higher
    • hands. Here I must remind you of what I have already said about this
    • the hands and arms which are really the organs for their reception.
    • expressed through the arms and hands. Fragmentary expressions of this
    • take part in these expressions quivers in the hands and arms —
    • are revealed when a man clasps his hands over the beauty of nature or
    • life. As regards what may be called ‘the desire of the hands
    • man can keep still; it is only necessary to move his etheric hands
    • movements of the hands, for they are appropriate; when I see blue I
    • gratitude quivering into the hands and arms. Then the real spiritual
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    • looking lovingly back to the hand-clasp, to every single
    • possibility of knowing whether a hand or leg were one's own or
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    • people on the other hand consider unnecessary, because they do
    • one hand people think the body is something external to themselves,
    • down by natural science. On the other hand they think that their
    • external body, on the one hand, and the soul experiences of thinking,
    • own hands, as it were. In the realm of thought, in particular, he
    • take this development of his soul constitution in hand. This,
    • one hand, we experience a perpetual dying, and in the will
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    • people on the other hand consider unnecessary, because they do
    • one hand people think the body is something external to themselves,
    • down by natural science. On the other hand they think that their
    • external body, on the one hand, and the soul experiences of thinking,
    • own hands, as it were. In the realm of thought, in particular, he
    • take this development of his soul constitution in hand. This,
    • one hand, we experience a perpetual dying, and in the will
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    • and stir human hands to activity.
    • Osiris as truly as your hand is united with you here on
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    • and stir human hands to activity.
    • Osiris as truly as your hand is united with you here on
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    • 14:19 And it came to pass, while Saul talked unto the priest, that the noise that was in the host of the Philistines went on and increased: and Saul said unto the priest, Withdraw thine hand. \
    • 14:26 And when the people were come into the wood, behold, the honey dropped; but no man put his hand to his mouth: for the people feared the oath. \
    • 14:27 But Jonathan heard not when his father charged the people with the oath: wherefore he put forth the end of the rod that was in his hand, and dipped it in an honeycomb, and put his hand to his mouth; and his eyes were enlightened. \
    • 14:37 And Saul asked counsel of God, Shall I go down after the Philistines? wilt thou deliver them into the hand of Israel? But he answered him not that day. \
    • 14:43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what thou hast done. And Jonathan told him, and said, I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in mine hand, and, lo, I must die. \
    • beings. But on the other hand, mental laziness is very prevalent,
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    • 14:26 And when the people were come into the wood, behold, the honey dropped; but no man put his hand to his mouth: for the people feared the oath. \
    • 14:27 But Jonathan heard not when his father charged the people with the oath: wherefore he put forth the end of the rod that was in his hand, and dipped it in an honeycomb, and put his hand to his mouth; and his eyes were enlightened. \
    • 14:37 And Saul asked counsel of God, Shall I go down after the Philistines? wilt thou deliver them into the hand of Israel? But he answered him not that day. \
    • 14:43 Then Saul said to Jonathan, Tell me what thou hast done. And Jonathan told him, and said, I did but taste a little honey with the end of the rod that was in mine hand, and, lo, I must die. \
    • beings. But on the other hand, mental laziness is very prevalent,
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    • one hand, that the human being acquires, as we have learned, through
    • the 20th century. It is also quite possible, on the other hand
    • consciousness. Let us suppose, on the other hand, something arises
    • time being. On the other hand, if we have an imaginary picture, or a
    • deteriorates through wrong feelings. On the other hand it acquires
    • corresponds to an objective fact. If, on the other hand, the active
    • him ill or healthy, as the case might be. If on the other hand, he is
    • in so far as it lives in that world. Now, on the other hand,
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    • one hand, that the human being acquires, as we have learned, through
    • the 20th century. It is also quite possible, on the other hand
    • consciousness. Let us suppose, on the other hand, something arises
    • time being. On the other hand, if we have an imaginary picture, or a
    • deteriorates through wrong feelings. On the other hand it acquires
    • corresponds to an objective fact. If, on the other hand, the active
    • him ill or healthy, as the case might be. If on the other hand, he is
    • in so far as it lives in that world. Now, on the other hand,
  • Title: Universal Human: Lecture Two: The God Within and the God of Outer Revelation
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    • highest world principle. In Saint Luke's Gospel, on the other hand,
    • thought of language as something holy, something that must be handled
    • through receiving the Christ impulse. Angels proclaim beforehand what
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    • and at most there would have been handed down to them some copy of
    • we cannot say that there are good gods on the one hand and the evil
    • explanation. Here, on the other hand, people need theoretical
    • that can then be handed down to future humanity in the same way as
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    • it from the handwriting if it is written like that. Such a condition
    • provided these conditions have not got the upper hand too much
    • when a man changes his handwriting, he is obliged to pay attention to
    • style of handwriting; then, after a few years, you saw to it that
    • his hideous handwriting if he really contemplated the
    • the indifferent use of the right and the left hand. But if a man is
    • able now and then to do with the left hand what he commonly does with
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    • it from the handwriting if it is written like that. Such a condition
    • provided these conditions have not got the upper hand too much
    • when a man changes his handwriting, he is obliged to pay attention to
    • style of handwriting; then, after a few years, you saw to it that
    • his hideous handwriting if he really contemplated the
    • the indifferent use of the right and the left hand. But if a man is
    • able now and then to do with the left hand what he commonly does with
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    • of the right hand. One knows, too, that an orientation from right to
    • the nineteenth century physiologists joined hands here even with
    • handed down as cognitive principles still retained. The path to
    • hand, his consciousness of self firmly established within him, and,
    • on the other hand, a grasp, through observation, of what is
    • his hand and felt this movement as if it were something linked up
    • science. On the other hand, Anthroposophy knows the historical
    • path will be very long. If, on the other hand, one sees, in the
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    • of the right hand. One knows, too, that an orientation from right to
    • the nineteenth century physiologists joined hands here even with
    • handed down as cognitive principles still retained. The path to
    • hand, his consciousness of self firmly established within him, and,
    • on the other hand, a grasp, through observation, of what is
    • his hand and felt this movement as if it were something linked up
    • science. On the other hand, Anthroposophy knows the historical
    • path will be very long. If, on the other hand, one sees, in the
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    • being. It would be, on the one hand, something that can very well be
    • world that is propounded. On the other hand, the anthroposophical
    • cosmos if I want to apprehend what guides my hand, what guides my
    • up his own well-being, on the one hand maintaining his freedom, but
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    • being. It would be, on the one hand, something that can very well be
    • world that is propounded. On the other hand, the anthroposophical
    • cosmos if I want to apprehend what guides my hand, what guides my
    • up his own well-being, on the one hand maintaining his freedom, but
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    • has been handed down as tradition from the researches of the ancient
    • radiates into our inner being something which on the one hand becomes
    • economic problems can be handled quite on their own account —
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    • has been handed down as tradition from the researches of the ancient
    • radiates into our inner being something which on the one hand becomes
    • economic problems can be handled quite on their own account —
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    • what you hear him saying. On the other hand, you know that the actual
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    • what you hear him saying. On the other hand, you know that the actual
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    • Nominalism. Nominalism has gained the upper hand more and more. And
    • the upper hand, people understood nothing more of similar ideas, and
    • it is not enough if anthroposophists consider on the one hand a more
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    • Nominalism. Nominalism has gained the upper hand more and more. And
    • the upper hand, people understood nothing more of similar ideas, and
    • it is not enough if anthroposophists consider on the one hand a more
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • so painfully against our soul, but raising it, on the other hand, to
    • hands on the civilisation of the West, of the peoples of western
    • pity he will torture you, wind your intestines round his hand, tear
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    • pity he will torture you, wind your intestines round his hand, tear
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    • that, on the one hand, we have the knowledge gained through our
    • of these two streams: on the one hand, the knowledge of Nature, and
    • on the other hand, the ethical knowledge.
    • other hand, you may perhaps also know that for certain thinkers there
    • one hand, by the knowledge of Nature, and on the other hand, by
    • On the other hand, he has also written a Critique of Practical
    • on the one hand, spiritual science, and on the other hand, earnestly
    • received from the stars, on the one hand, a wisdom explaining to them
    • in their own way the course of the stars, but on the other hand, it
    • seven Greek sages, etc., which have been handed down to us
    • really been handed down traditionally from the primeval wisdom of the
    • handed down traditionally. I have often told you the story of
    • which was contained in the books of Aristotle was handed down
    • admit that we obtain on the one hand, a knowledge of Nature, and on
    • the other hand, super-sensible knowledge. This knowledge of Nature is,
    • are handled. What we may call the method of investigation, this is
    • method, of the handling, of the way in which things are done. Also
    • contemplating the world and of handling things in order to reach
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    • that, on the one hand, we have the knowledge gained through our
    • of these two streams: on the one hand, the knowledge of Nature, and
    • on the other hand, the ethical knowledge.
    • other hand, you may perhaps also know that for certain thinkers there
    • one hand, by the knowledge of Nature, and on the other hand, by
    • On the other hand, he has also written a Critique of Practical
    • on the one hand, spiritual science, and on the other hand, earnestly
    • received from the stars, on the one hand, a wisdom explaining to them
    • in their own way the course of the stars, but on the other hand, it
    • seven Greek sages, etc., which have been handed down to us
    • really been handed down traditionally from the primeval wisdom of the
    • handed down traditionally. I have often told you the story of
    • which was contained in the books of Aristotle was handed down
    • admit that we obtain on the one hand, a knowledge of Nature, and on
    • the other hand, super-sensible knowledge. This knowledge of Nature is,
    • are handled. What we may call the method of investigation, this is
    • method, of the handling, of the way in which things are done. Also
    • contemplating the world and of handling things in order to reach
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    • from other worlds into the hands of men themselves. This is
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    • in the street, who raises her hand towards a child. You see the
    • movement of her hand and perhaps also the coin which falls into the
    • you would perceive compassion as the impulse which causes the hand to
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    • movement of her hand and perhaps also the coin which falls into the
    • you would perceive compassion as the impulse which causes the hand to
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    • relationship between feeling and will on the one hand, and
    • the ego. The Buddhist, on the other hand, obliterates the ego
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    • relationship between feeling and will on the one hand, and
    • the ego. The Buddhist, on the other hand, obliterates the ego
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    • hand, the more industrial element, drawn from labour that has
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    • hand, the more industrial element, drawn from labour that has
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    • world, often goes hand-in-hand with what becomes the
    • Golgotha at work on every hand. The Sibylline Books were
    • helping hand, held out by the super-sensible, the spiritual
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    • world, often goes hand-in-hand with what becomes the
    • Golgotha at work on every hand. The Sibylline Books were
    • helping hand, held out by the super-sensible, the spiritual
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    • our earthly point of view. On the other hand we can form a
    • hands, in legs and feet, there play forces of the Earth, and
    • as an undifferentiated sphere. On the other hand, because the
    • together, with hands joined together, is due to the course of
    • hand these things can have a decisive influence on our
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    • our earthly point of view. On the other hand we can form a
    • hands, in legs and feet, there play forces of the Earth, and
    • as an undifferentiated sphere. On the other hand, because the
    • together, with hands joined together, is due to the course of
    • hand these things can have a decisive influence on our
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    • the other hand, its methods for the attainment of knowledge
    • hold a protecting hand over the young man while the danger
    • that Myers would certainly hold a protecting hand over young
    • his hands, and so forth. It was then said that several
    • position of young Lodge's hands and arms had changed, he was
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    • the other hand, its methods for the attainment of knowledge
    • hold a protecting hand over the young man while the danger
    • that Myers would certainly hold a protecting hand over young
    • his hands, and so forth. It was then said that several
    • position of young Lodge's hands and arms had changed, he was
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    • otherwise accustomed only to handling flails were rehearsed
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    • these are the essentials of Lessing's thought. On the other hand, the
    • On the other hand there is
    • hand, a meaningless thirst for existence on the other. And so
    • points with the hand of power to the future, and must live
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    • hand, a meaningless thirst for existence on the other. And so
    • points with the hand of power to the future, and must live
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    • regarded and the way in which they are handled at the present time,
    • things depend on the judgment of specialists. But on the other hand
    • what it would mean if the care of health were taken in hand by the
    • one hand, how a soul that is sick sends its impulses into the
    • concepts of Spiritual Science, on the other hand, have themselves
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    • things depend on the judgment of specialists. But on the other hand
    • what it would mean if the care of health were taken in hand by the
    • one hand, how a soul that is sick sends its impulses into the
    • concepts of Spiritual Science, on the other hand, have themselves
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    • pre-earthly existence on the other hand, our thought is a
    • other hand is perpetually longing for the vowel, tending towards it.
    • hand we take the breath, which the soul uses to play upon the bodily
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    • other hand is perpetually longing for the vowel, tending towards it.
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    • however, drove out this echo. And if today we are, on the one hand,
    • on the other hand, even less able to discover a moral essence in that
    • say, we must not allow him to have the upper hand.
    • anything about them, so that they can handle us, without our being
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    • on the other hand, even less able to discover a moral essence in that
    • say, we must not allow him to have the upper hand.
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    • What is the truth behind the Mystery of Golgotha? On the one hand, we
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    • other hand, that we are dealing with the Christ — the Christ who
    • On the other hand, we
    • very difficulties we spoke of appeared. On the one hand, we have
    • allowed to become popular; it was kept entirely in the hands of the
    • mysticism. Thus, on the one hand, we have the first appearance of the
    • the world, existing as pure spirit. Mysticism, on the one hand, and
    • I did not have the book handy, I had no choice but to send that
    • this tree was handed down from generation to generation and became,
    • discrimination. On the other hand, those who still have a certain
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    • other hand, that we are dealing with the Christ — the Christ who
    • On the other hand, we
    • very difficulties we spoke of appeared. On the one hand, we have
    • allowed to become popular; it was kept entirely in the hands of the
    • mysticism. Thus, on the one hand, we have the first appearance of the
    • the world, existing as pure spirit. Mysticism, on the one hand, and
    • I did not have the book handy, I had no choice but to send that
    • this tree was handed down from generation to generation and became,
    • discrimination. On the other hand, those who still have a certain
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    • the one hand, and the soul-and-spirit on the other. Man can gain
    • other hand the processes which are called forth by the physical world
    • by the arm and hand. The will goes with it everywhere, wherever the
    • right-hand side of my head, I feel it; if I am pricked on the
    • left-hand side I feel it also.’ In the everyday
    • for a moment what it is like when you touch your own left hand with your
    • you touch your right hand with your left hand-say with the several
    • bring your right and left hands into contact when you touch yourself.
    • hands or the crossing of the lines of vision we can thus become aware
    • we are pricked by a needle on the right-hand side of our body. We
    • right-hand side, there is always a connection established from
    • the right-hand side to the central plane of symmetry. For any
    • symmetry, seen from in front — that when the right hand touches
    • of the two hands is brought about in the plane of
    • right-hand side; — the left half of the body crosses with
    • plays an immense part. We always relate to the left-hand
    • right-hand side and on the left. On the flat expanded wall you
    • then have shadows of left- and right-hand objects. So it is
    • right-hand side of your body the prick or sting of which we spoke
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    • other hand the processes which are called forth by the physical world
    • by the arm and hand. The will goes with it everywhere, wherever the
    • right-hand side of my head, I feel it; if I am pricked on the
    • left-hand side I feel it also.’ In the everyday
    • for a moment what it is like when you touch your own left hand with your
    • you touch your right hand with your left hand-say with the several
    • bring your right and left hands into contact when you touch yourself.
    • hands or the crossing of the lines of vision we can thus become aware
    • we are pricked by a needle on the right-hand side of our body. We
    • right-hand side, there is always a connection established from
    • the right-hand side to the central plane of symmetry. For any
    • symmetry, seen from in front — that when the right hand touches
    • of the two hands is brought about in the plane of
    • right-hand side; — the left half of the body crosses with
    • plays an immense part. We always relate to the left-hand
    • right-hand side and on the left. On the flat expanded wall you
    • then have shadows of left- and right-hand objects. So it is
    • right-hand side of your body the prick or sting of which we spoke
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    • abgesondert für sich vorhanden. Aber was so abgesondert für
    • sich nicht vorhanden ist, das kann doch verschiedenen Ursprunges
    • vorhanden, die der Mensch überhaupt in sich entwickelt. Das Kind
    • haben, so ist das eine vergangene Handlung; Sie können sie nicht
    • ungeschehen machen, weil sie eine vergangene Handlung ist. Wenn aber
    • sich da handelt. Wenn der Mensch — ich will ihn hier durch
    • Lichtstrahl ein Loch hineingebohrt, jetzt ist Hunger vorhanden.
    • Organismus, aus der vorhandenen Nahrung heraus gesättigt; das
    • gewöhnlichen Leben vorhanden sind, daß sie nur ins
    • vorhanden, daß sie über ihr Ziel hinausschießen, wenn
    • handelt es sich darum, daß man gerade für das
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    • abgesondert für sich vorhanden. Aber was so abgesondert für
    • sich nicht vorhanden ist, das kann doch verschiedenen Ursprunges
    • vorhanden, die der Mensch überhaupt in sich entwickelt. Das Kind
    • haben, so ist das eine vergangene Handlung; Sie können sie nicht
    • ungeschehen machen, weil sie eine vergangene Handlung ist. Wenn aber
    • sich da handelt. Wenn der Mensch — ich will ihn hier durch
    • Lichtstrahl ein Loch hineingebohrt, jetzt ist Hunger vorhanden.
    • Organismus, aus der vorhandenen Nahrung heraus gesättigt; das
    • gewöhnlichen Leben vorhanden sind, daß sie nur ins
    • vorhanden, daß sie über ihr Ziel hinausschießen, wenn
    • handelt es sich darum, daß man gerade für das
    • im alten Persien als Ormuzd und Ahriman vorhanden war. Da
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    • habe die Meinung, daß es sich bei diesem Kursus handelt um eine
    • wird sich daher hier nicht um einen formalen Redekursus handeln, sondern
    • behandeln haben, die ich inhaltlich auseinandersetzen werde, wie sie
    • sie so zu behandeln – und das muß ja in einem solchen
    • mündliche Rede so behandeln, daß Rücksicht darauf
    • Rahmens wirkt, wo schon Interesse vorhanden ist, sondern wirkt in
    • und ein Exemplar jedem, der da war, in die Hand gedrückt worden?
    • jedem die Hand gereicht! – Diese Handreichung wäre
    • jedem Stuhl lag. Man mußte sie erst in die Hand nehmen, um sich
    • handelt sich also darum, zu erkennen: Was ist denn
    • anregen kann, so auch die Kunst der Rede. Und es handelt sich nur
    • Klasse zu behandeln hat – sich völlig gegenwärtig
    • sich am nächsten Tag, wenn er es behandelt, so zu arten,
    • dann handelt es sich darum, daß man nun eben am nächsten
    • auch da handelt es sich darum, daß wir selbst in uns die
    • wird es sich darum handeln, daß wir das Denken
    • bei solchen Dingen handelt es sich eben um den
    • Denn es handelt sich dann eigentlich darum, überhaupt nicht
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    • um so etwas handelt wie zum Beispiel die Dinge der Dreigliederung des
    • –, daß es sich um irgendeine Utopie handle, um irgend
    • lebt durchaus noch in der französischen Handhabung der Sprache
    • Reden in den alten Zeiten durchaus vorhanden war.
    • Reden in den Zeiten vorhanden war, aus denen sich erhalten hat die
    • Handhabung der Eloquenz, so müssen wir sagen: Da war es so,
    • behandeln. Aber das gehört ja nicht hierher; das mochte ich nur
    • scharfe Trennung, die einst im Oriente vorhanden war, wo die Sprache
    • Rhetorik und Eloquenz, sondern um Logik handelte, in der die
    • falschen Gebiete, der Fortschritt durchaus vorhanden.
    • streiten; wir betrachten aber das Leben so, daß wir handeln,
    • höheren Sinne entwickelt werden muß für die Handhabung
    • eigentlich extra reden sollten. Denn es wird sich darum handeln,
    • wird das Wort so gehandhabt, daß man eigentlich jedes Wort als etwas
    • freibekommen. Dann muß Freiheit in das Handhaben der Sprache
    • Philosophie der Freiheit in das Sprechen, in die Handhabung der
    • Menschheit dafür vorhanden. Denn meistens versteht man unter
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    • Redner stellen kann, darum handeln, den Stoff, den man zu behandeln hat,
    • darum handeln, daß man einsieht: Jede Rede muß unbedingt
    • handelt es sich aber darum, daß man noch ein Drittes absolviert,
    • vornherein das gegeben, daß uns die Behandlung unseres Themas
    • drei Glieder ergibt. Wir werden zu behandeln haben das Wesen des
    • wird es sich allerdings darum handeln, daß wir durch
    • wird es sich darum handeln, nicht gleich etwa von Erklärungen
    • sozialen Organismus in der Gegenwart vorhanden ist, was also am
    • außerordentlich ausgeprägte Begriffe vorhanden sind, auch
    • behandeln, denn wir werden sehr leicht das Vorurteil hervorrufen,
    • kann. Es handelt sich ja bei Dingen, für die man so
    • handeln, sich etwa die Frage vorzulegen: Wie macht man es denn, damit
    • deshalbnicht sehr bedeutend, weil darin nicht eigentlich Lessing behandelt
    • Alles, was im geistigen Leben vorhanden ist, ist Ideologie.
    • Gebiete des dreigliedrigen sozialen Organismus vorhanden sind. Das
    • behandelt worden ist im Laufe der letzten Jahrzehnte als der
    • eine Umwandelung der sozialen Verhältnisse will, vorhanden ist.
    • diese vier Begriffe zu behandeln hat.
    • keine Verachtung irgendeiner solchen Sache vorhanden war. Ich bin
    • Berufszweigen ist diese Liebe noch vorhanden. Daher das
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    • Dreigliederungsvortrags vor einem gewissen Publikum behandeln
    • Teil wird es sich darum handeln, überhaupt einer
    • Teil des Vortrags, er wird ganz besonders schwierig zu behandeln sein
    • ganz besonders darum handeln, daß die Redner, welche innerhalb
    • sogenannten demokratischen Begriffe behandelt. Es nützt ja
    • 1919 vorhanden war. In Deutschland war die Meinung vorhanden, etwas
    • einmal die allergeringste Empfindung vorhanden. Da ist nur die
    • Empfindung vorhanden: Wie kann man das Alte festlegen, retten? Was
    • Agitationsgründen gegen das gehandelt wird, was vernünftig
    • Urteilen und auch ein freies Handeln gegenüber ringsherum zu
    • Rechtsdasein vorhanden ist.
    • handelt es sich darum, daß man hier ganz besonders
    • sich also darum handeln, zu versuchen, für schweizerische Mittel
    • sagen, Unter-der-Hand-Dasein, währenddem dasjenige, was wirklich
    • im Staate und im sozialen Leben des Staates vorhanden ist. Es ist das
    • der Stimmung, das In-die-Hand-Nehmen der Stimmung hat, als das
    • besteht, geltend. Da handelt es sich wirklich darum, daß man
    • Es handelt sich in der Debatte darum, die Dinge aufzunehmen, aus dem Redner
    • handelt, ist ja die Sache begreiflich. Aber man wird das auch ganz im
    • Debatte handelt es sich darum, unmittelbar aufzunehmen, was der
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    • auch nur sprechen, wenn man es vor die Menschen hinstellt an der Hand
    • solche aussprachen, vorhanden.
    • Handel zwischen Deutschland und Frankreich hat sich das nicht mehr
    • Hand, dann das Schwingen zu Papier bringen, so daß alles in der
    • Hand, in den Gliedern ist, und man eigentlich mit nichts anderem als
    • mit der Hand dabei ist beim Schreiben. Eine andere Art, zu schreiben,
    • besteht darin, daß man eigentlich nicht mit der Hand, sondern
    • Betracht kommt, was in der Gliederung der Hand liegt, daß man
    • eine Handschrift hat, deren Sklave man ist, sondern wo man nach und
    • geschrieben hat. Er kommt ihnen aus der Hand. Aber die Menschen, die
    • Niere und so weiter. Es handelt sich durchaus darum, daß zum
    • heraus. Und es handelt sich durchaus auch darum, daß wir, in
    • leichter Weise natürlich, nicht indem wir uns so behandeln wie
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    • handeln, daß wir einige Ergänzungen und Erweiterungen zu
    • gutes Mittel in der Hand haben, um seine Zuhörer
    • verschiedensten Weise handhaben. Man sollte darauf achten, daß
    • in der Hand. Die Kanone ist geladen. Hinten steht der Offizier und
    • derjenige, der das Bild handhabt, selbst frei geworden ist von dem
    • handelt sich also darum, daß man die Anschaulichkeit auch dadurch
    • handeln, daß wenigstens im Untergrunde des Redenden stark die
    • Überzeugung vorhanden sein muß, daß man ohne
    • Staat auf der einen Seite ganz in seiner Hand hat das Schulwesen, auf
    • Sinne gehandhabt wird, wie zum Beispiel in der Freien Waldorfschule
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    • gedankengetragene Wachbewußtsein vorhanden, das die
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    • er von innen heraus wußte, daß es im Arm, in der Hand
    • verehrten Anwesenden, ein altes Rezept in die Hand nehmen: das
    • wie von uralten Gebäuden nichts mehr vorhanden ist auf der
    • der Wesenstotalität der Welt und Handeln des Menschen zum
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    • vorhanden war bei den alten Chaldäern, dagegen
    • Kinde zum Beispiel im alten Chaldäa vorhanden war. Er
    • heraus gehandelt wird. Heute tritt das als Krankheitszustand
    • vorhanden. Ich sage philiströs, denn daß wir alle
    • also im alten Chaldäa noch nicht vorhanden, sondern da sah
    • Wesen handelnd, da begegnet uns ein dämonisches oder auch
    • geistigen Sinn der Handlungen, die zwischen Menschen vollbracht
    • Handlungen sieht, ist wahrhaftig geistig da. Man ist in einer
    • durchsetzen, wo die Handlungen sinnvolle Wahrnehmungen werden,
    • so daß geistiger Inhalt in den Handlungen darinnen liegt,
    • in dasjenige hineinschauen, was in der Tierwelt noch vorhanden
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    • immer im Menschen vorhanden ist.
    • ist immer eine geringe Dosierung von Blei vorhanden. Dieses
    • Bewußtsein beim Menschen immer vorhanden ist, damit ist er
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    • vorhanden. Die Menschen dachten nicht so von sich aus, wie wir
    • Seite handelt es sich nur darum, daß derjenige, der
    • nach, wenn er sie braucht, in den Handbüchern. Und man
    • in der allerstärksten LeBendigkeit vorhanden. Und es waren
    • vorhanden ist. Fühle, wie du selber eine ganze Welt bist,
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    • vorhanden wäre, wo die Weltvorhanden ist, die wir zwischen
    • könnte auchanders sagen. Welt der Sterne, das bedeutet die
    • das in früheren Erdenleben vorhanden war, dringt durch die
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    • Leibe und mit dem Ätherleibe vorhanden. Sehen Sie, der
    • durch seinen Intellekt in die Hand und will alles ausdenken,
    • sich ganz in innerer Haltung in der Hand zu haben. Man muß
    • sagte, zu allen Zeiten war das Bestreben vorhanden, die
    • den Handbüchern der Astronomie oder der Astrophysik und
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    • konnte, da ist ein Bedürfnis vorhanden, möglichst
    • Geisteswissenschaft vorhanden sein, sonst würde die
    • daß in den Handbüchern so wenig steht über einen
    • Wesenheiten ganz besonders verhandelt werden kann.
    • Dinge, insofern sie auf Erden vorhanden sind, sind diesen
    • Lichtausstrahlung, die durchaus auch vorhanden ist.
    • blauem Lichte sehen kann. Da handelt es sich nur darum,
    • Fällen vorhanden auf der Erde. Das heißt, sie ist
    • schon immer vorhanden, aber ich meine, sie kommt nur in
    • dasjenige, was in der Ausdünstung vorhanden ist und so
    • weiter, was in der Lichtausstrahlung vorhanden ist. Das alles
    • sind zunächst im Ich vorhanden, aber sie wirken hinunter
    • behandelbar waren durch ihre Hautausstrahlungen flüssiger
    • vorhanden ist, mit dem experimentiert wird, und dann an einer
    • vorhanden ist. Aber auch da ist bei manchem der Fälle
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    • geistigen Welten handelt, als abstrakte Begriffe zu bilden.
    • kennenlernt, gar keine Möglichkeit vorhanden ist, auf das
    • mächtige Flüssigkeitsausstrahlungen vorhanden. Also
    • bewußter Verkehr vorhanden zwischen dem, der diese
    • vorhanden über die eigentlichen Vorgänge. Beim
    • Belladonna beschrieben haben, jedesmal vorhanden, wo der
    • herabgedämmert ist, ist die Gefahr vorhanden, daß da
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    • in ihrer richtigen An auch im normalen Leben durchaus vorhanden
    • eine Gefahr vorhanden für den Menschen, wenn er in diese
    • natürliche Anlagen, wodurch immer ein Zustand vorhanden
    • Denkungsart noch nicht vorhanden war, und man daher nur
    • handelt es sich zunächst darum, diese Brücke zu
    • sehen, was als Geistiges vorhanden ist.
    • Wegman wirklich nicht bloß jene Erkenntnisse vorhanden
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    • vorhanden sind, und daß diejenigen, die heute Wissenschaft
    • Erde,Sonne und Mond. Und nun handelt es sich darum, genauer
    • bleiben diese Wirkungen in derselben Weise vorhanden; denn wenn
    • überlassen, sondern man kann an der Hand dieses
    • so handelt es sich darum: Will man die richtigen Wege in die
    • da fängt es mich in seinen Zähnen an der Hand. Jetzt
    • handelt es sich im weiteren darum, daß in dem Augenblicke,
    • so sehr diese Dinge auch in der geistigen Welt heute vorhanden
    • könnte. Da handelt es sich darum, daß das alles durch
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    • recht in der Hand hat, daß dasjenige,was aus
    • wäre, oder mit Medien, deren Handlungsweise du nicht
    • Musikalische, das bei Beethoven vorhanden war, kann
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    • allem eine starke Neigung vorhanden, die Evangelien und den Schrift-Inhalt
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    • außerordentlich wenig heute beim Menschen vorhanden,
    • vollem Bewußtsein vorhanden sein, wie er jetzt beim
    • vorhanden ist.
    • wie es einmal in der Zukunft beim Menschenwesen vorhanden sein wird.
    • daß sie sich abwechseln und gleichsam einer dem andern die Hand
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    • wird es sich nun darum handeln, daß wir von irgendeinem Begriffe
    • die Welt für die Erzengel nicht vorhanden. Schalten Sie also
    • von demselben für die Volksgeister vorhanden? Alles, was
    • aus, und sagen Sie sich, was im Weltbilde vorhanden ist dadurch,
    • wenn er irgendeinen Gegenstand mit der Hand ergreift, er ihn warm oder
    • Lebens, in der aufstrebenden Vollkraft lebendes Volk vorhanden ist,
    • sichtbarlich die Oberhand über das Wirken des Erzengels. Ein
    • Zeitgeistes über den Erzengel handelt. Wenn Sie die einzelnen
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    • hinter allem, was irgend als Wärme vorhanden
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    • vorhanden. Da gehen ins Blut hinein die Marsgeister. Sie
    • vorhanden. Sie sehen das Geistige in den sinnlichen
    • der Saturnentwickelung vorhanden war; dann aber hat es sich in
    • alten atlantischen Zeit vorhanden war, wo noch wenig um sich
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    • gleiches Verständnis vorhanden gewesen sein; denn es
    • handelt sich darum, was für geistig-göttliche
    • ausgebreitet fand. Ein gewisses Hellsehen war also da vorhanden, und
    • vorhanden, und das war das, was uns ein Stück weiter in der
    • vorhanden, sondern so, daß die Menschen, selbst noch zur Zeit
    • erringt Odin bei seiner Einweihung die Macht; er lernt sie handhaben,
    • überliefert ist, auch besser verstehen. Bei uns handelt es sich
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    • und mehr selbst in die Hand nimmt, die Verhältnisse des Ich zur
    • gleicher Weise ein deutliches Bewußtsein vorhanden ist von
    • nicht vorhanden, wo über das Alte Testament herauf, aus der
    • vorhanden ist davon, daß Luzifer teilgenommen hat an der
    • verwandt sind mit der Bibel, deutlich vorhanden. Aber das
    • Weise vorhanden. Nur da ist es vorhanden, wo man
    • dieser Unterschied nicht vorhanden.
    • selber den festen Wesenskern hat und aus sich heraus handeln will.
    • seinen Begierden und Handlungen dazu bringt, in seiner ganzen
    • die größeren Irrtum bergen, als vorhanden ist, wenn man die
    • der griechischen Mythologie nicht vorhanden. Dieselbe ist
    • vorhanden, und weil das alles so elementar war, so unmittelbar
    • vorhanden, das bei anderen Völkern nicht so stark sein
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    • vorhanden sein, der unmittelbar aus der höheren Welt vermittelt
    • zur Zeit der alten Kelten vorhanden, weil das Ich noch gebunden war
    • Wirklichkeit vorhanden, wie ich es charakterisiert habe
    • vorhanden. Wenn Sie aber durchschauen, wie diese Verbindung der
    • wenn Sie dies mit den heute schon vorhandenen
    • allerletzten Resten vorhanden sein kann. Dieser Strom ist der
    • atlantischen Kultur noch nicht vorhanden. Daher hat auch die
    • das Vorhandensein des nicht bloß gedachten, sondern spirituell
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    • vorhanden ist. Sie weiß, daß die Äthergestalt lebt, in
    • Daher handelt es sich darum, ein richtiges Verständnis dessen zu
    • wir bereit, anders zu handeln. Einzig und allein die Tatsachen
    • handelt, das auf Golgatha auf dem physischen Plane zur Anschauung
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    • the other hand those further removed from us in time take on more or
    • ears hear and hands grasp; in fact all spatial environment. And he
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    • translated into earthly life; on the other hand the possibility of
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    • of a hand or the greatest of deeds, the impulse of the will underlies
    • that on the one hand man owes to the Lucifer beings the fact that he
    • But, on the other hand, if man were incapable of wickedness, unable
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    • But on the other hand,
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    • beneath him, but also what eyes can see, ears hear and hands grasp;
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    • life; on the other hand the possibility of destroying the sacrifice
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    • Moon. So that on the one hand man owes to the Luciferic beings the
    • his nature. But, on the other hand, if man were incapable of
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    • the other hand the lower castes remained behind it.
    • on the other hand, there was a change from the former moral collapse
    • where we showed that while, on the one hand, the after-effects of
    • what was unmoral existed as demons of disease, on the other hand,
    • of man; on the other hand the pupils who had also received the
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    • pieces if he errs in this direction, but if, on the other hand, he
    • hand, he may degenerate not merely in courage, but also in every
    • impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand, through the
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    • had wrested the power from the hands of those who had made
    • realised that the control had fallen into the hands of people
    • spiritual development on the Earth must be at hand. I can
    • came into my hands very shortly
    • Sinnett's book, for example, come into my hands
    • that on the other hand, whatever cannot be attained along a
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    • our attention, on the one hand, to the role of the
    • succumbing altogether to materialism. On the other hand, it
    • hand, the evolution of humanity had to take its course to the
    • certain direction; on the one hand a number of truths —
    • — were communicated, and on the other hand, at a
    • hands. This led to a conflict between American and Indian
    • but on the other hand she was in the hands of those who desired
    • from Blavatsky and Sinnett, but on the other hand to foster
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    • hand, doubts and errors arose because she who looked
    • on the one hand it is asserted that the quest should not be
    • delivered into the hands of the Luciferic and Ahrimanic
    • killed, delivered into the hands of Ahriman, the God of
    • they are near at hand and because they show us whither our
    • when something has to be handled delicately one shall not
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    • other hand one has been endeavouring to speak only of what
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    • knowledge is dangerous if it falls into the hands of
    • the higher degrees to be dangerous in the hands of unprepared
    • still apt to fall into wrong hands? — Now at any rate
    • fall into wrong hands. Since then, however, things have
    • example, you will realise why it is difficult to hand over
    • thereby be delivered into the hands of mankind. The endeavour
    • the other hand, however, the practice of discipline continued
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    • so hand over the secrets to men. The natural scientists said
    • occultism which, if it is simply handed over to
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    • intellectual life. Evidences may be seen on every hand and I
    • then that Ahriman easily gets the upper hand. The best way in
    • deliver into the hands of Ahriman everything that has been
    • it would easily be delivered into the hands of Lucifer. The
    • function. It is part of their handiwork — only they
    • differently, because they are in the hands of Lucifer. The
    • Ahriman is actually guiding their hand when they write. That
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    • the one hand he stood there as a reformer of Hinduism, though
    • a misunderstood one, while on the other hand everything he
    • handed down to him, a Faust with whom he was already
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    • life. On the other hand it causes a soul like that of
    • to the Bible. On the other hand, the scholarship of the last
    • 1:6 And all they that were about them strengthened their hands with vessels of silver, with gold, with goods, and with beasts, and with precious things, beside all that was willingly offered. \
    • 1:8 Even those did Cyrus king of Persia bring forth by the hand of Mithredath the treasurer, and numbered them unto Sheshbazzar, the prince of Judah. \
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    • have no bread, only a handful of flour in a bin and a
    • 17:11 And as she was going to fetch it, he called to her, and said, Bring me, I pray thee, a morsel of bread in thine hand. \
    • 17:12 And she said, As the LORD thy God liveth, I have not a cake, but an handful of meal in a barrel, and a little oil in a cruse: and, behold, I am gathering two sticks, that I may go in and dress it for me and my son, that we may eat it, and die. \
    • thought of it as a miracle if someone stretched out his hand
    • and the laying on of hands. Such a thing was then a matter of
    • mystery schools. When in this way a physician laid his hands
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    • nevertheless a similarity. On the one hand the Buddha
    • pupils and remain active for centuries. On the other hand,
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    • handed in with questions, questions such as these are asked
    • see, our ears hear, our hands grasp, and so on. Yes, the
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    • reached an end and can go no further. Some teachings handed
    • should have been related at all. On the other hand we cannot
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    • this, there followed the handing over of the power of the
    • (The Son of man is delivered into the handMark 9:31-32).
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    • 22:6 And Abraham took the wood of the burnt offering, and laid it upon Isaac his son; and he took the fire in his hand, and a knife; and they went both of them together. \
    • 22:10 And Abraham stretched forth his hand, and took the knife to slay his son. \
    • 22:12 And he said, Lay not thine hand upon the lad, neither do thou any thing unto him: for now I know that thou fearest God, seeing thou hast not withheld thy son, thine only son from me. \
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    • Rabbi!” and kissed him. And they laid hands on Him
    • 14:46 And they laid their hands on him, and took him. \
    • finally have in their hands? What could they seize, what
    • understand laid their violent human hands upon the Son of
    • who slips away from the eyes and hands of men, we come to
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    • from a materialistic viewpoint, not being able to handle the
    • could have been based on sense perception and then handed
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • the other hand they have to look up to a world which lies above birth
    • can draw the left-hand and the right-hand portions of the beam but
    • which the right-hand and the left-hand portions of the beam begin. In
    • them on the one hand towards dissolution into warmth and, on the
    • other hand, towards consolidation into the mineral state. The way the
    • we handle dry, cold concepts, when we can make every explanation of
    • pedantic, stiff, philistine on the one hand; but also in what tends
    • and away from ourselves. On the other hand, a luciferic influence
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • hand, if the forces mainly present in the East are developed —
    • endeavours to be split in two separate directions. On the one hand we
    • Soloviev's work. But you will find that they are handled differently
    • from the way in which they are handled in the West. If you approach
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • in hand when we wake up; our body gives us the power of ideas, and in
    • [Gaps in the shorthand report.]. We enter the world of
    • down again and again into sleep, but that on the other hand, in the
    • view, on the other hand, which achieves a proper attitude to the
    • this tiredness. [Gaps in the shorthand report.] Waldorf
    • this age. [Gaps in the shorthand report.] The process starts
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • spirit. The knowledge of natural science, on the other hand, leads
    • case with the will. We are unaware of how our will moves our hand,
    • yet our hand moves in the manner required. The spiritual human being
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • hand, and a sensing of super-earthly forces on the other. The unique
    • as being of paramount importance. These were, on the one hand, the
    • draught of forgetfulness and, on the other hand, something which
    • hand, shows something luciferic at work in their nature. Out of all
    • knowledge can be attained. Today, on the other hand, people imagine
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • Mysteries were, on the one hand, the draught of forgetfulness, and,
    • on the other hand, the occasioning of states of anxiety, fear, shock.
    • the will. On the one hand the rigid bodily organism withdraws from
    • the element of soul and spirit, and on the other hand the element of
    • the one hand towards the thought aspect, and on the other hand
    • want to raise our hand. We form the thought: I want to raise my hand.
    • next thing we see is our raised hand, another perception. We perceive
    • one hand, with regard to thinking, the element of soul and spirit can
    • be made independent of the body, and on the other hand the material
    • the physical body — the brain on the one hand, and the rest of
    • on the one hand, and the will aspect on the other; thus it becomes
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    • being is concerned. On the other hand, what is a living spiritual
    • spiritual world, becomes, on entering the body, on the one hand
    • on the other hand, makes no such demands on us. If you go for a walk
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • brings down on the one hand something which inwardly still possesses
    • down to the thought world he bears within him. On the other hand he
    • is metamorphosed here on earth on the one hand into the feeling of
    • we find in Greek tragedies. But on the other hand we can have the
    • hand, stands with his soul surrounded by the spirit, everywhere
    • female creature. Some interpretations, on the other hand, miss the
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • Cyprianus. That drama depicts, on the one hand, the struggles which
    • parts also in our hands and feet is the result of what rays down from
    • leadership away from good sense and hands responsibility for
    • their hand was forced. In the confusion of mind, for which they had
    • bringing a new one to birth. On the other hand, the workers, treading
    • by a certain kind of theology which raises its hands in horror at any
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • fifteenth century. On the one hand he stands in the midst of the
    • Hamlet is on the one hand an excellent student of the
    • intellectualism taught him at Wittenberg, but on the other hand he is
    • transition, did not feel the need to handle the matter in any other
    • faced on the one hand with what remains from an earlier age and what
    • guided from the head, but when the hands were used to such an extent
    • that even an iron hand was needed. Goethe refers back to something
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • face of the stark intellectual view. Yet on the other hand this
    • times two is six, or perhaps five. On the other hand he is also
    • on the one hand, deeply significant, sublime insights into the
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    • Knights of Malta, for he died too soon. Goethe, on the other hand,
    • one hand the pure, perhaps holy mood of Parzival, and on the other
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    • hand and French Revolution on the other.
    • the freedom of his thoughts — yet one who, on the other hand,
    • Europe, on the other hand, came the reaction that the human ideal can
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    • Lucifer is portrayed as an exceedingly handsome and powerful winged form.
    • handmaid.
    • sculpture, a strong figure stands with one clenched hand upraised to
    • the beautiful Lucifer, the other hand stretched downward to the
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    • distinction between his written works on the one hand, and on
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    • vestiges as remain have passed into the hands of isolated
    • into the hands of Ahriman. His interests are promoted, too, by the
    • because accounts handed down by tradition could be understood with
    • hands: those whom I called “devourers of soul and spirit”
    • Gospels. Each party plays into the hands of the other, furthering the
    • Lucifer will always work hand in hand. The only question is which of
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    • consciousness of their effects. On the other hand, the very purpose
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    • cosmic dreams receded and instinct gained the upper hand.
    • thereby delivering it into the hands of the luciferic powers.
    • intellectual, unspiritual life. If people rightly take in hand the
    • as little as you can touch yourself by stretching your hand toward
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    • — is that the “good” wisdom is in hands other
    • being whether it is in the hands of wise people who use it for good,
    • whether it is in the hands of the Angeloi or Archangeloi, or whether
    • it is in the hands of Lucifer and his hosts. In olden times the
    • received the primeval wisdom from the hands of Lucifer had, as I
    • Chauvinism is more and more gaining the upper hand until it will
    • issue is whether this wisdom is in the hands of Ahriman or of Christ.
    • It cannot come into the hands of Christ unless people fight for it.
    • way of playing into Ahriman s hands is to exclude everything of the
    • be encountered on every hand. When people come to spiritual science
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    • that the philosophers hear on the one hand from the scientists that
    • — and on the other hand have to admit that moral impulses light
    • which they have been handed down they are nothing but the sediment of
    • out your hand and someone else takes hold of it and checks the
    • what is really going on when by lifting our hand we set in operation
    • again to call up the thoughts: this finger on my hand has true
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    • such vestiges as remain have passed into the hands of
    • notion persists, we shall be playing straight into the hands
    • accounts handed down by tradition could be understood with
    • into each other's hands: those whom I called “devourers
    • the hands of the other, furthering the preparation of
    • Ahriman and Lucifer will always work hand in hand. The only
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    • gained the upper hand.
    • unconsciously, thereby delivering it into the hands of the
    • unspiritual life. If men rightly take in hand the currents
    • touch yourself by stretching your hand towards your reflected
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    • wisdom is in hands other than those of the Luciferic beings.
    • in the hands of wise men who use it for good, whether it is
    • in the hands of the Angeloi or Archangeloi, or whether it is
    • in the hands of Lucifer and his hosts. In olden times the
    • olden time who received the primeval wisdom from the hands of
    • war. Chauvinism is more and more gaining the upper hand until
    • wisdom is in the hands of Ahriman or of Christ. It cannot
    • come into the hands of Christ unless men fight for it. And
    • — Ahrimanic. A good way of playing into Ahriman's hands
    • on every hand. When people come to spiritual science they so
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    • philosophers hear on the one hand from the scientists that
    • effects — and on the other hand have to admit that
    • which they have been handed down they are nothing but the
    • stretching out your hand and someone else takes hold of it
    • hand he sets in operation a process of will; nor does he know
    • finger on my hand has true reality only as long as it is part
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    • other hand, if such people sink down, in spite of all, to the
    • take a notebook and on the left hand side write what the
    • hand side we were to transpose the medical symptoms into the
    • hand, and on the other hand, by attempting to grasp, in a
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    • the upper hand.
    • also happen that the etheric organism gets the upper hand of
    • astral body gets the upper hand, inflammatory conditions
    • arise; when the etheric activity gets the upper hand,
    • the blade is in a handle. The same could be said of the other
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    • quite absurd. On the other hand, if you really want to heal,
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    • lower arm, hands, so that your own power is strengthened;
    • of the hand, or a stroking and then what is happening is that
    • heart and the uterus and its position on the one hand, and
    • from the handwriting of a person we can more or less get at
    • to get to the bottom of the lines in the hand. The lines are,
    • being. You need only compare your own hands and look at the
    • lines in the left hand and in the right. Even in ordinary
    • right hand, another with his left. With inspiration we can
    • read the karma of a person from the lines in his left hand.
    • In the right hand one usually sees the personal capacities
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    • hand, the body belongs to heaviness. I have shown how
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    • On the other hand the pre-earthly human being plays the very
    • hands, too — have meaning and purpose only on the
    • in pre-earthly existence, has too much the upper hand for a
    • itself more in accordance with the model. On the other hand,
    • hand; and on the other hand, meditate simply upon the child.
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    • and when you take your hand away it still goes on rolling.
    • the other hand certain points of view which may be
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    • everywhere in it, and on the other hand, you can see its
    • by taking some soft, plastic material or clay with one hand
    • and pushing it forward with the other hand. Try to observe
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    • an epoch when great power was vested in the hands of groups
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    • life; walking really very little; what we do with the hands,
    • hand grasps some object. This is because we permeate the
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    • earth the arteries of rivers and streams branch out on the one hand,
    • fact that the earth consists on the one hand of a fluid salt-body, on
    • the other hand of dry land, and that salt is continuously brought in
    • and sense organs get weak and stunted; on the other hand, salmon in
    • to write with the left hand; we write with the right hand. But the
    • left-handed person this is reversed; those who are left-handed have
    • the left hand but with the right hand. This is an activity which
    • And so too with speech. For right-handed people more nourishment is
    • and right hand equally. Well, but man is not in the least organised
    • muscles and bones. On the other hand, within the muscles and bones we
    • according to the earth; physical hands — this gravity draws
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    • distribution over the body. On the other hand, when we eat potatoes
    • I feel a blow on my hand, it is not the physical body in which the
    • only in the head. The astral body has to move the legs, the hands,
    • the intestines; a preparation of roots, on the other hand, will have
    • on potatoes that he is not only incapable of moving his hands and
    • science must go hand in hand with a true knowledge of nature. That is
    • anthroposophists were being delivered by their leaders into the hands
    • hands of the Freemasons!
    • may be brought to the knowledge of mankind by science on the one hand
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    • the one hand, there is iron which makes them heavy and cannot combine
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    • to have feelings and perceptions. When I press my hand on something I
    • upper hand we become a little sleepy; if the astral body has the
    • upper hand we become intensely wide-awake. Actually these conditions
    • more strongly then and takes the astral body in hand. If tea is drunk
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    • on the other hand, the attempt is made to trace the descent of this
    • we see with our eyes, touch with our hands — we observe them coming
    • darkness begins to gain the upper hand — then the inner spiritual
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    • spiritual world. When a hand moves there is present not only what your
    • eye sees as a moving hand, but behind this moving hand, this visible
    • image of the hand, there are, for example, my thought and my will: the
    • hand is to move. In short, a spiritual element underlies it all. But
    • while the visible image, the sense impression of the hand motion, passes,
    • or prototypes. — Call to mind again the movement of the hand:
    • but you will always see the intention to move the hand, the invisible
    • He has studied history; he has learned how things are handed down in
    • Scherer on the other hand, who always sought what was to be found among
    • existed for a physical eye to see human bodies, for a hand to touch human
    • as it is to interpret offhand from a materialistic viewpoint, it is
    • all. The etheric body, on the other hand, shapes what it develops into
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    • the other hand man, as he lies asleep in bed, has grown beyond the status
    • from without. Thus we see on the one hand a development downward, so
    • And on the other hand, had the moon remained within the earth, man would
    • now the sun beings again took a hand — those beings who as early
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    • waking state, on the other hand, he himself fills out his physical and
    • bodies, with the result that only a handful of people still inhabited
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    • with the moon's exit. As mentioned yesterday, only a handful of human
    • Nowadays you can stretch out your hand, but by no effort of the will
    • hand over him. But on the other hand we have the activity of those beings
    • of the human race started from a mere handful of people. Gradually the
    • sun forces held a protecting hand over those of blood relationship,
    • hand of the Mars Spirit.
    • had the Luciferic spirits not taken a hand in human evolution. In the
    • had taken a hand in the shaping of man's astral body; and now, because
    • possible. The Mephistophelian spirits, on the other hand, prevented
    • by mankind throughout the ages. On the one hand we see Faust seeking
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    • entirely in the interval between waking and sleeping. On the other hand,
    • the teacher, everything the teacher did, worked hand in hand with men's
    • the other hand, the physical body remains as a corpse: the etheric body
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    • inclined to recognize this principle offhand. The modern scientist can
    • hand and overpower him. He will become feeble in meeting all that takes
    • and invigorated these will gain the upper hand over matter — that
    • obvious — what our eyes see, our hands touch, and what our present
    • mankind a mere handful who were disciples of the great teachers and
    • The spiritual scientist knows that he can find beforehand anything the
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    • in a sort of lyrical hymn — nothing more. On the one hand, so
    • led on the one hand to the Apis Bull worship in Egypt, and on the other,
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    • to be a finger: it is safe only as long as it is part of my hand, my
    • hand part of my arm, and my arm part of my body; it ceases to have meaning
    • if severed from my hand. And in like manner, I myself have meaning only
    • one hand, had lost the magic power of influencing by means of blood
    • had really been changed to wine as by a sleight of hand trick —
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    • The male element, on the other hand, passes on the distinguishing features
    • the queen's hand in marriage — his mother's hand! Without knowing
    • Christ gave sight. Yet He died at the hands of one who, like Oedipus,
    • initiated and through whom the wisdom of Christianity was to be handed
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    • than you would be if the hand within your skin were cut off. So the
    • it would never occur to him to say, This hand is more a part of me than
    • maternal element, as handed down from generation to generation, so that
    • among tribes — the possibility of handing down the ancient wisdom
    • not taken a-hand, man would know, and would always have known, that
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    • on the other hand, he would have perished in illusion if illusion and
    • by Lucifer-Ahriman. On the other hand, mankind would never have achieved
    • would effect a rejuvenation of the earth. On the other hand, he was
    • only to bear sorrow and suffering at the hands of all mankind, but to
    • Ram; the adjacent one, the Bull; the one with the hands, the Twins;
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    • physical. Shorthand. Today, physical, structural perfection has
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    • is completely immersed in the physical. Shorthand. Today, physical,
    • hand to be able to fight the materialistic world view, and on
    • the other hand to be able to understand it. But those who
    • remain. On the other hand, what the nineteenth century drew
    • nineteenth century!” If on the other hand, one is a
    • For, on the one hand, we have the structure of the human
    • hand, traceable in all its finer structural details, and on
    • the other hand we have the picture of the world.
    • pertaining to the soul that is near at hand, the simple fact
    • have themselves in hand so well that they can distinguish
    • themselves well enough in hand. What does this signify? It
    • grotesque as shorthand.
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    • the other hand, materialism has been a necessary phase of
    • thoughts. On the one hand, we have human cognition which is
    • On the other hand, what is built into our organism between
    • destroy the material element. We hand it over to the forces
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    • themselves were lost. Thus, the Gnosis has really been handed
    • handed down to posterity only through his own proclamations!
    • Plato, on the other hand, we find the idea as the
    • great break between Plato and Aristotle. On the other hand,
    • the one hand with subjective logic, on the other with the
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    • one hand, against what had come down from ancient times,
    • wisdom. On the other hand, he had to struggle against another
    • forces, on the other hand, that cause the human being to have
    • about. On the one hand, the teachings of Dionysius were
    • distorted; on the other hand, the truly alive teaching in
    • physical realm. We see how, on the one hand, purely physical
    • astronomy arises, and how, on the other hand, physiology and
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    • I pointed out that, on the one hand, this was the time when
    • hand, the Mithras worship was supposed to indicate in a
    • vision handed down to them as an echo of the ancient Oriental
    • cultic ceremonies, Europe was filled, on the one hand with
    • the narration of purely factual events; on the other hand, it
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    • these things, they would be able to see, on the one hand, the
    • the other hand, Czar Nicholas or his predecessors could well
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    • Socrates. Yet, on the one hand, we have Socrates as he once
    • existed within the world of Greece and, on the other hand,
    • hand, the Dionysian, orgiastic one that, arising from
    • into the world, and, on the other hand, the one that
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    • historical documents. If, on the other hand, one is able to
    • what is handed down to us concerning a science of numbers by
    • us as a unit. In the case of a scale, on the other hand, we
    • chair. The five kilograms, on the other hand, must relate
    • other hand, it is not something self-enclosed. In the case of
    • ordinary consciousness. In ancient times, on the other hand,
    • When you count apples, on the other hand, we can indeed not
    • Imagine the appearance of your hand, if the thumb were here,
    • the next, and so on. You would have five thumbs on your hand
    • that it has profound significance that the tradition handed
    • did not exist in those ancient times; on the other hand, an
    • other hand, they were borne upwards, lifted up by the
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    • content was present in rigidified doctrines and was handed
    • of dogmas. On the one hand, there were the theological
    • ancient human being, on the other hand, having carried his
    • directions. On the one hand stand people with their
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    • this laggard nation. On the other hand, this backsliding
    • hand, thinking tends to become a shadowy element into which
    • hand, what passes over into the will actually turns only into
    • an example close at hand. In 1892, I wrote the
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    • Goethe's works. They were restricted; only a handful of
    • the year 1840. Just think of the handful of intellectuals as
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    • behind, as it were, whereas, on the other hand, the stream
    • usefulness has gripped humanity. Truth, on the other hand,
    • one hand, we see how Roman Catholicism crystallizes in all
    • the other hand, we note what de Maistre sees arising on the
    • background, on the one hand, we must note the Roman
    • manner from de Maistre himself. On the other hand, in
    • concerned with gaining firsthand knowledge about them, but
    • the one hand, we are dealing with initiated Roman
    • Catholicism, on the other hand we encounter the movements of
    • Geoffroy de Saint-Hilaire, on the other hand, claimed that it
    • Romanism, we have on the one hand something that turns into
    • French Revolution; on the other hand, we have the outdated
    • the one hand, the earthly element is imprinted into the
    • structure of political laws and, on the other hand, into the
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    • the form. On the other hand, the result of procreation
    • one hand, in regard to his whole ego development the human
    • other hand, there would be no human race, no propagation, if
    • means of this, on the other hand, it is the Saturn forces
    • cosmos. On the one hand, with the physical body, the human
    • being is tied to the earthly forces. On the other hand, he is
    • into an organ for thinking. If, on the other hand, the earth
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    • the other hand, he would never have become a being capable of
    • see, on the one hand, that a true spiritual science shows us
    • from the cosmos to the earth. On the other hand, the
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    • initially were taught only orally. Handed down from
    • that had been handed down through tradition from former ages.
    • times was handed over, as it were, to the councils; there, it
    • as though they had been handed down to him. Finally, he
    • it. The fourth chapter, on the other hand, was a living
    • at hand as the highest; the others appeared so nebulous to
    • kingdoms of heaven are at hand. Yes, my dear friends, when we
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    • century, but bits of this science had been handed down and
    • when Scotus Erigena was active. This is why, on the one hand,
    • significant. On the other hand, as I told you yesterday, this
    • was not believed that mankind could understand them offhand.
    • we must admit that the way things are handled today, we do
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    • heredity from the successive generations. On the other hand,
    • other hand, no longer had a sense for this vivid view. They
    • other hand, the I was received like a revelation from above
    • the true soul element. The I, on the other hand, could not be
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    • works on the one hand and, on the other, reports of lectures which
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    • The total number of lectures amounts to some six thousand, shorthand
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    • been handed over to me by older generations. I have to be
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    • hand she also was unable to give him what he really
    • in hand the ‘Iphigenia’ he had already sketched
    • head-man of that kind on the one hand and Goethe on the
    • — many people today have handwriting which could be
    • arms and hands, and that writing is achieved through the arms
    • and hands ... well, if that were the case, the elementary
    • the arms and hands are used simply as external tools, as if
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    • thoughts, after they have been handed over to the Archai,
    • experience of the major mood an the one hand and the
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    • the Exousiai, were handing over the cosmic thoughts to the
    • hand. If someone would present the remarkable history of
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    • one hand, that the whole cosmos is permeated by a
    • see on the one hand the system of cosmic laws of nature to
    • which man feels himself yoked? And on the other hand, do we
    • legitimate rulers. On the one hand we shall find what makes
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    • handbooks which candidates at the Universities have to skim
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    • Earth. On the other hand, as a result of this, it is only
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    • Christianity. On the other hand, however, we can only
    • hands. They were completely under the influence of the Roman
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    • soul, on the other hand, the “Active Reason” as
    • the soul, the “Active Reason”, on the other hand,
    • which Aristotle could envisage the soul. On the one hand, to
    • the other hand, were the feelings bf those who were drawn to
    • was at hand. There were many discrepancies in
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    • dead by the hand in order to heal her
    • 9:25 But when the people were put forth, he went in, and took her by the hand, and the maid arose. \
    • house He took the girl by the hand and transferred this power
    • said: “The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.” Here is
    • “The Kingdom of Heaven is at hand.”
    • intimation of this moment. The time is now at hand, he felt,
    • on the other hand, was written for the
    • Czar, who has now been deposed, wrote in his own hand on one
    • still in the Apostles’ handwriting. Whilst these
    • themselves and that from the handwriting of the Apostles they
    • when He was speaking and recorded His words in shorthand like
    • Christ Jesus suffered at the hands of the Scribes whom He
    • course of its successive lives on Earth. On the one hand
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    • of spirit emanating from things on every hand — from
    • the one aspect. On the other hand, in respiration (in so far
    • one possibility. On the other hand, the exhalations of man
    • is at hand, when he must change his mental attitude. In olden
    • hand, minds such as Goethe's will always insist that
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    • wanted, on the other hand, to establish a method of
    • and silent. But, on the other hand, without light there would
    • hand, a loss of spiritual vision. Men could direct their
    • attitude of mind for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand
    • carrying a lantern in his hand in search of the
    • the thyrsus in his hand; at other times he appeared as
    • hand, surrounded by a choir singing his praises. He also
    • is at hand.” He did not add, however, the words
    • Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!” Nero also knew that the
    • realize that the end of the world is already at hand as the
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    • devils knew who Christ was. On the other hand Christ Himself
    • accusations are always ready to hand, of course, when one
    • a contemporary of Christ, who probably had first-hand knowledge
    • it was possible, but they maintained, on the other hand, that
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    • who fell by the hand of an assassin in the campaign against
    • the one hand, Christianity was introduced as a political
    • toleration, so attempts were made on the other hand, to
    • assassin's hand during the Persian campaign. It can be
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    • St. Benedict with his own hands and the support of his
    • Mysteries, on the other hand, he attained to self-knowledge
    • Aristotle for, whilst on the one hand he is perfectly
    • intelligible, on the other hand in the formation of certain
    • hand apply to the past and not to the present or future. All
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    • other hand we discover that the individual States can perhaps
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    • torch in his right hand and as he swung the torch in front of
    • appeared a second time. He carried the torch in his left hand
    • other hand the original capacity to accept the immortality of
    • butterfly whose wings have been torn off by a cruel hand
    • thinking will encounter spiritual beings, just as the hand
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    • about how my books for the general public on the one hand and the
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    • conclusions is based on the arms and hands, and generally
    • will lose the agility of his hands, and everything will
    • concepts that presents on the one hand the possibility of
    • Saturn; on the other hand, for the inner life, the life of
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    • atavistic clairvoyance. He was able on the one hand to
    • on the other hand to grasp him in an extraordinarily intimate
    • the present age. However, on the other hand he has taken away
    • be able on the one hand to realize how very much this poet
    • instinct which on the other hand prays for self-emulation
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    • preferred to lean on that which has been traditionally handed
    • schools; one preserved that which was handed down through
    • handed down from what had been seen by clairvoyance in the
    • other hand, a folk like the Poles were held together by their
    • situation in hand and occultism must be brought to Europe
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    • physical hands together behind his back, then the ether hands
    • upwards and for the ether hands, crossed in front. And this
    • the gesture was: outstretched hands and the gaze directed
    • else's hand in a way that is not the usual way; they learn to
    • suppressing all individual thinking. On the other hand there is
    • external experiments, in which the human being is handled as if
    • satisfied that they have learned certain ceremonies, hand
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    • that which was handed down, then one spreads a mystery over
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    • human organism. When we move a hand, the body is at the basis
    • occurs when I move a hand? I have previously told you about
    • this. The physical hands and the ether hands both move, they
    • movements which are quite similar to the hand movements. The
    • will also be left over from the movement of the hands. I will
    • that there are a large number of cycles in the hands of our
    • now go into second hand stores everywhere and buy these
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    • physical body on the one hand from the ether body and on the
    • other hand remove the astral body and the ego from the ether
    • achieves the upper hand another drive comes to manifestation.
    • today for example holds a horseshoe magnet in his hand: Look,
    • what you have in your hand is a magnet which has forces in
    • you. People have the magnetized iron in their hand and do not
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    • appeared one day with the decided intention of handling the
    • Europeans handled the original indians of North America.
    • brain with it. Through the musical and other cult handlings,
    • in his hand. He then disappeared and reappeared again in a
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    • which is more of a conceptual nature, but on the other hand
    • has torn himself away from the earth with his hands. His
    • one to participate in with other people. On the other hand,
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    • remains a victim of this world.” Now, on the other hand
    • apes. Therefore, all they have to do is handle the apes in a
    • is handled according to the words: Where words proceed from;
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    • because Michael won his victory in 1879. ... On the other hand,
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    • hand, we should not forget that the number of people who have
    • is enriched still further. On the one hand the physical body
    • over such a long time. Yet, on the other hand, the process I
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    • hands in the middle of the Atlantean age. You know, for I
    • is taken in hand with wisdom. Because of the general trend of
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    • east of Europe. If on the other hand you take all the
    • concepts, on the other hand, it is important to take a good
    • thing which has to be said. On the other hand we must not
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    • hand, as it were, and we should not fall in love with
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    • capable. Let us take the following example. Suppose a handful
    • on the one hand set up Laplace's
    • theory and on the other hand talk about the end of the world
    • many people do so today, Ahriman has the upper hand in the
    • on the other hand they are orientalists and work in the way
    • of the world around us. If, on the other hand, we use
    • hand, if one has learned everything there is to be learned on
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    • many instances, go hand in hand with people becoming more
    • through the head. The human backbone, on the other hand, is
    • outwardly apparent here on Earth goes hand in hand with an
    • absurdity in the near future. On the other hand, it will be
    • contracts and agreements on the one hand and Germanic social
    • other hand, you study Roman Boos' beautiful essay on the key
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    • Darwinian sense on the one hand and the Goethean on the
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    • aspect. On the other hand, people far and wide would have
    • physical acumen on the one hand, and a way of seeking
    • hand, the spirits of darkness are now among us. We have to be
    • hand, we have Faust in his quest for the spirit, and on the
    • We now join hands across a hundred years
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    • self-awareness, it is to be handed over to the blood in
    • their own hands.
    • the way it is handled today, should be regarded as a science?
    • On the one hand
    • hand, ‘history’, which is nonsense and harmful to
    • children as it is now written, would have to be handled in
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    • først omtale nærmere ved behandlingen av astrallegemet. For
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    • hørselsorgan. Men dette hørselsorgan er blitt behandlet
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    • On the one hand:
    • hand, the Ahrimanic influence which asserts itself in human evolution
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    • say not experienced for the first time by man, but beforehand. This
    • backwards and forwards between Lucifer and Ahriman. On the one hand,
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    • the arms and hands, to Gemini; the breast to Cancer, the heart to
    • by the strange dictum that, for example, the hands will be
    • understand what is meant. Can we not observe in the hands something
    • hands and arms speak an eloquent language in themselves? Is it then
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    • the hand is a limb or member of the body, the single “I”
    • other hand the perception of spiritual happenings, the dreamlike
    • hand! — that is to say, they have drawn near to the ego.
    • of Christ Himself, again resound: A new epoch is at hand when the
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    • faculties of soul which on the one hand confine his power of judgment
    • Christ as a Spirit-Sun was revealed beforehand in reflection. Jahve
    • through these faculties. But on the other hand, in the new
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    • spiritual world, and speaking of its facts from first-hand
    • loses something of its power. On the one hand you have the physical
    • body and etheric body; and on the other hand you have the astral
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • hand it is extraordinarily difficult, from the standpoint of higher
    • to lift a hand or arm, and the chemico-physical processes
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    • substance entirely on the earthly-material world. On the other hand,
    • spirit arms, spirit hands, spirit legs, spirit feet, with substance;
    • hand the forces, the activity, for all that makes up the metabolic-limb
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    • really very good to study in these Moon-men how, on the one hand, man is
    • hand over our left and shut ourselves off from the outer world
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • is split in two — on the one hand there are his physical
    • the target because the gun remains in the man's hands. It is just the
    • close connection, on the other hand, between the Ego and the astral
    • conscious knowledge of what it was. Much that is still handed down in
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • a great deal of handwriting to-day — it is hardly legible! The
    • movement of the hand — or so it appears very often. Moreover
    • writing by hand — nothing but typewriting — and we shall
    • a stop to cars and typewriters, or even to this terrible handwriting.
    • handwriting, the distressing noise of typewriters, and the
    • be said particularly in Penmaenmawr, for here, on the one hand, we perceive
    • have already described; while on the other hand we discover how
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • action, the handling and fitting together of the parts, flow from our
    • again he is obliged to hand over his physical and etheric bodies to
    • slightest movement of the hand involves the action of head, heart and
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • limbs. These forces are active in every movement of our hands; when
    • satisfied, the hand that carries out the action is
    • really another form of consciousness — and his hand quivers.
    • other hand, his lower organisation, though merely physical in
    • which lives as soul and spirit in the arms and hands, in the whole
    • as flesh and blood shaped into arms and hands, spiritual forces flow.
    • form of his head how he used his arms and hands in his dealings with
    • only a small part of all this. It knows that a right-handed person has his
    • speech-centre in the left half of the brain, and a left-handed person
    • everything he has worked and struggled for with his hands, is
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    • gradually take in hand its own destiny through the conscious and free
    • man, having his tendency to decadence on the one hand, but on the
    • decrease in man's upper astral body, is in the hands of people who
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    • of one another and yet, on the other hand, closely bound
    • but not something, on the other hand, in which we are deeply
    • the like, on the other hand, lead man into the lower Devachan world.
    • be impossible for mental shrewdness and immorality to go hand in
    • hand.
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    • of the hand I must repeat the story of a teacher who took very much
    • the soul life, the life of will on the one hand and that of thoughts,
    • warmth, a feeling of well-being, or whether, on the other hand, he
    • hand, in no other way do we injure this organization more than
    • wills that we find this quality of obstinacy. On the other hand, when
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    • have chosen to live and work with handicapped people all over
    • provides insight and inspiration for educators of handicapped
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    • handled; that this impetus be manifested in the specific
    • progress in evolution. On the one hand, we have abstract
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    • come into the hands of the local clergy. There, you can read
    • On the one hand, the
    • hand, it must save from ruin the crumbling Western organisms
    • proper shape; if one is not in a Position to handle the major
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    • sense. On the other hand, if we penetrate still further into
    • hand, where we predominantly perceive ourselves through the
    • spectral. On the other hand, when we emerge through the sense
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    • part in them without our having a hand in the matter.
    • on before. On the one hand, without the general public
    • other hand, we have one type of person still holding to the
    • the one hand, the time is ripe and, on the other, urgently
    • handed down to it by tradition. For that we require the
    • if we do not turn the gaze of our soul on one hand to this
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    • abstraction. The new initiation science, on the other hand,
    • opinions. If, on the other hand, you Look from yonder side of
    • it is damaging. On the other hand, if he holds a view whereby
    • the left-hand side while on the right side appear the
    • on the surface, who with a firm hand manipulate the strings
    • in order to stress the significance, on the one hand, of the
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    • spiritual matters, on the one hand, we must make the effort
    • by a journalist whose name, so I am told, is Rene Marchand,
    • Marchand sees only
    • own hands. The principles, hitherto proclaimed by the
    • with the old regime. At least Marchand sees that all the old
    • experiences this; for a man like Rene Marchand is an
    • secondhand life printed on paper. From that they developed
    • realistic man like Rene Marchand who, being a journalist, is
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    • into the time before birth. On the other hand, the East
    • really is nothing. Inwardly, on the other hand, he has found
    • cultivate the spiritual life. The West, on the other hand, is
    • On the one hand, we admit
    • other hand, we are obliged to say, particularly when one
    • thinking is adapted, on the one hand, to organizing economic
    • matters within the social organism; on the other hand, it is
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    • the life of the state on the other hand was striven for by
    • been handed down to us of the European past in the old
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    • icy realm of ideas. To Hegel, on the other hand, this was
    • spiritual science, on the other hand, one cannot speak as did
    • is the entity who must seek the equilibrium, on the one hand,
    • the other hand, to the pedantic, philistine, materialistic
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    • the other hand, having drawn his ego and astral body out of
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    • Rabindranath Tagore possesses what has been handed down to
    • on the other hand, in the West as primitive economic thinking
    • kingdom, on the other hand, is actually found in the etheric
    • the other hand, only dwells in the solid, mineral forms. If,
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    • nimbleness of the limbs, hands and arms, feet and legs. This
    • sphere, on the other hand, reacts upon the etheric body (see
    • hand, is something so strongly united with the soul that we
    • gods had provided for mankind everything that was at hand in
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    • moment; he himself is quite detached from the matter at hand.
    • at hand in the economic sphere. Associations must be formed
    • lend a hand to the dissemination of an anti-Christian world
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    • the air — the atmosphere. If, on the other hand, human
    • from a clock. We do not say, “One hand of my clock is
    • the human judge hands down a penalty for some external
    • profound mysteries. On the other hand, there is nothing
    • in a sealed railway carriage and escorted by Dr. Helphand
    • accompanied by people like Dr. Helphand to Russia under
    • as they could accomplish. Those, on the other hand, who were
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    • of a pictorial element; the young person, on the other hand,
    • must not assume that he is coming with a hammer in hand or
    • state does not hand down pedagogical regulations, school
    • in the picture would shake my hand, or would speak to me, in
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    • which cultural, political, and economic matters are handled
    • the other hand, if we seek another similarity and compare
    • possibilities of life. I had to grasp the first hands
    • in hand — be they leaders of the parties to the right
    • one pair of hands is not enough and we therefore rely
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    • soul and the human body. If you take any handbook of
    • handbooks, concerning the interaction of body and soul. You
    • conception or birth. We know, on the other hand, that with
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    • pointer to what actually happened. On the other hand it is
    • affairs into their own hands. They wanted to debate, to
    • interfusion of the emergent national idea on the one hand,
    • and on the other hand an impulse clearly orientated towards
    • and manifests itself in historical symptoms. On the one hand
    • we see the national impulses at work, on the other hand we
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    • and paradoxical situation. On the one hand, everything that
    • hand, in progressing towards the Consciousness Soul mankind
    • new one. But on the other hand if he remains passive, what
    • to give him a free hand in his search for the Consciousness
    • their dynamism the dead hand of tradition which had been
    • hand we have what is created through the tempestuous
    • other hand the impulse already exists which prevents mankind
    • contemporary history: on the one hand, since the impulse
    • other hand we see the efforts on the part of widely differing
    • markets his merchandise. The middle classes have a different
    • permitted to do so. On the one hand attempts are made to lull
    • them to sleep; on the other hand, however, they would like to
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    • Characteristically the dead hand of scientific thinking has
    • the other hand speak to all men, we speak a language which
    • problems, because today they are in the hands of those who
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    • earlier times. The proletariat, on the other hand, because it
    • hand the proletariat of today is the caste or class which is
    • proletarian on the other hand discusses his daily life and
    • other hand the finest and most important social attribute in
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    • hand when a super windbag, the so-called Nietzsche
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    • hand on the reference books he needed without having to
    • one is compelled to handle ordure or the like. And the same
    • bourgeoisie and the old military caste. On the other hand it
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    • post-Atlantean epoch. And on the other hand, I would also
    • a personal matter; on the other hand, however, this personal
    • Budapest and handed in his application, written in copper
    • school one passed through the hands of a succession of
    • interested in the evolution of mankind. On the other hand, as
    • Europe. We see, an the one hand, in Central Europe, in
    • an outmoded Catholicism on the one hand, and an outmoded
    • Lutheranism on the other hand, lived on as relics from the
    • matter had been in the hands of the ‘practical’ people and we
    • happened? The parcel had been handed in by the ‘practical’
    • follow — at the hands of their schoolmasters of whom
    • hands of the world schoolmaster, for they have contrived in
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    • men under His standard, and Lucifer, on the other hand, under
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    • of Goethe, the Celt, on the other hand, had little
    • Arianism, on the other hand, appealed to the individual; it
    • the Gospels, what is handed down by tradition on the subject
    • yesterday. We have, on the one hand, the historical facts and
    • the influence they exert, and on the other hand the
    • which are imbued with fraternity. On the other hand,
    • hand, amongst the English-speaking population in the West the
    • own hands. Inwardly, it is, in reality, the adversary of the
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    • who can only bring the labor of his hands on to the market,
    • sell his own hands and arms. This seems to him intolerable.
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    • certain collection of ideas and then think that we can handle
    • these ideas much as we would handle information we acquire
    • the one hand, and objective things on the other. All that
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    • the one hand by the police suppression by which it has been
    • tortured and persecuted. And on the other hand, in a
    • is this: On the one hand human beings are differentiated in
    • view today. On the other hand while, in the age of the
    • while on the other hand the abdomen or the extremities are
    • the other hand at all the other things that are frequently
    • hand, who says something else, let us say he alleges some
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    • consisted in the last resort of ancient revelations handed
    • confronted by other ones, opposing ones. On the one hand we
    • themselves as I described them just now; on the other hand we
    • new clairvoyance, while on the other hand, arising out of the
    • these ideas are derived, yet on the other hand the very
    • from the heavens must go hand in hand with a deepened
    • that alone for which man himself will lend a hand. Man must
    • will no longer do to live on the one hand in the everyday
    • social life should be ordered, while on the other hand the
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    • for it on the one hand with sincerity and on the other hand
    • left unsaid. Only on the other hand we must not take these
    • paradoxical are things in their reality. For on the one hand
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    • upon man the power to take his inner development in hand
    • to spiritual knowledge are described. On the one hand a
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    • taken his own development in hand, his age will in fact be no
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    • spirit and this the body simply handed over of itself. But
    • (fast). We say one instead of the other. Place your hand on
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    • east changed completely, and their hands became larger than
    • existed is yet referred to as if it had. On the one hand
    • hand you form a concept of a flower without roots, you have
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    • received. On the one hand I wanted to give a brief
    • right direction moves toward anthroposophy. On the other hand
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    • is false? It is simply not possible, on the one hand to
    • one hand on the physical and etheric bodies and on the other
    • hand, and the physical and ether body on the other must be
    • hand what is truth? Truth is also something that meets us
    • unconscious; you do not perceive it. On the other hand, in
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    • lift your hand; you may be aware of a certain mental picture
    • body when the hand lifts, of that you are completely unaware.
    • to a future one. Feeling, on the other hand, we experience
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    • I that is soul and spirit on the one hand and the
    • God held truth in one hand and the striving after truth in
    • own progress in hand. These facts can be discovered only
    • months, sitting with a hand behind his ear, with eyes that
    • completely calm and unperturbed, hand behind the ear, eyes
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    • science cannot hand people something which, once assimilated,
    • kept at hand in one's pocket. In place of ready formulas,
    • that things are done from preference. On the other hand, what
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    • and their memory was handed down in the legends of the German
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    • of the noble Brahmin caste, is loved passionately by Prakriti, a Chandala
    • Chandala maiden was the reincarnation of a woman belonging to
    • Chandala youth, and whose karmic punishment it is to be born
    • again within the Chandala caste. When she has reached a point in her
    • illustrated and handed down to us in “Armer Heinrich”
    • Minnesinging was looked upon as something which had been handed down
    • confronted with two phenomena. On the one hand, Christianity which has become
    • hand, the spiritual knighthood which falls a prey to Klingsor's
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    • Nobody carrying out the idea, “I move my hand”,
    • and corresponded about it. His hand wrote it; his body was
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    • hurried on to the earth many more “hands” than
    • hands” than those of flesh and blood, because
    • the same extent as the imaginary “hands” are
    • either hand, stands a group of figures carved in wood. Its
    • headlong owing to his injury. The right hand of the central
    • pointing left hand indicates exactly the point of the
    • and falls headlong. The right hand and arm point to the
    • the right hand, the left hand, the right arm and so on
    • handling of surface. Life has to be engendered specially
    • again — this particular handling of it, the doubling of
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    • which encumbers my hand or arm”. A strong physical
    • centuries, 540 million extra hands, machine-hands, have been
    • enquire into the path of this star? The hand that created it
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    • of it beforehand. The legend goes on to say that the monk
    • the one hand, with Oriental Gnosis on the other. This aura
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    • on the one hand, a more or less constant factor in his life
    • the other hand, they also differ, because from life to life a
    • the Church is older than the sacred writings; from her hand
    • regards the dangers of hand-written transcriptions, and of
    • errors and perplexities on all hands.”
    • use their own-hands and to move as they like, but in a
    • characteristic review of his book fell into my hands, and our
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    • spiritual Cosmos. Just as the fingers on our hand feel
    • hand, numerous phenomena of decadence, but on the other, the
    • On the one hand
    • have described. On the one hand stand of the legacies from
    • Europe were such that they had to be handled carefully; they
    • illusion of being a totality in himself. On the other hand,
    • spiritual life appeared there, too; but on the other hand
    • a wider point of view we see, on the one hand, how the
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    • generally looks for the causes much too near at hand.
    • Christ in Jesus by all sorts of means. On one hand there is
    • hand anything except what is dying.
    • Science, and if on the other hand we accept what has recently
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    • out for the hands of the gods.
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    • total number of lectures amounts to some six thousand, shorthand
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    • developed in him, on the one hand, a liking for the Germanic nature
    • and, on the other hand a counterforce which came from the feeling
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    • here to-day. On the other hand it is hardly possible to make a new
    • longer to take in hand the leadership of the Anthroposophical Society
    • the one hand the individuality of Haroun al Raschid, reincarnated in
    • lived again, on the one hand through the reincarnated Haroun al
    • Raschid, Bacon of Verulam; and on the other hand through Amos
    • Bacon and Amos Comenius from the l7th to the 19th. On the one hand
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    • for arrogance and pride. On the other hand, when consciousness
    • deal. One observes, for instance, how a man stretches out his hand to
    • pleasure. He has on the one hand this love for the romantic, and on
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    • human beings — that he lacked. On the other hand he was
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    • hand, leaving all this aside, there was a tremendous force in Nero
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    • had hardly ever before seen such hands as Frank Wedekind's, and
    • I saw Frank Wedekind gesticulate with those hands of his when he
    • impression of his hands that I had had before, and conjured up before
    • connection with these strange hands, appeared the earlier incarnation
    • the hands; from the face of such a man one can infer nothing, only
    • from the hands. When you pass on from the individual to the general,
    • hands.
    • start from the head. Above all, such expressive organs as the hands
    • appear in the hands or feet of one who has worked in the manner of
    • you no longer think of him as walking or moving his arms and hands.
    • means of his arms and hands, and see him hovering, as it were, not so
    • importance to the work he does with his hands. Watch rather his mood,
    • hand to move, in order to pick up the chalk. And it appears as
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    • and let thoughts run their course without taking them in hand, then
    • filled with all that has to be done. But, on the other hand, in
    • obstacles and handicaps on the way to progress in the spiritual
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    • is engaged in a handicraft of some sort. But because in his thinking
    • other hand, the upper part from the neck to the middle of the chest
    • On the other hand,
    • their hands at table do it — well, with enthusiasm — are
    • continue working, working on in the proper way. On the other hand, a
    • to explain how the arm or the hand grasps something; you must refer
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    • the arms and hands. But in the days of the primeval Teachers the
    • something of the same heart-quality in handling abstract concepts. As
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    • in our study of karma, we must ask, on the one hand: What form does
    • On the other hand,
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    • present in the earth. Lucifer is here stretching out a helping hand
    • what they have to take in hand for men while their own battle is
    • hand. And no one will be able to cultivate the right attitude to the
    • knowledge of karma who does not perceive in karma the helping hand of
    • must take the hand of the gods.
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    • societies what has been handed down as tradition from the
    • something that on the one hand becomes memory images but that
    • today on the one hand in the Orient and on the other in the
    • that economic problems can be handled quite on their own
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    • other hand, you know that the actual word, the audible word,
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    • physical and etheric bodies on the one hand from the astral
    • thought-weaving on the one hand and as activity of growth and
    • hand, so actually does the dream become active. It is thus
    • hand, we perceive our future karma if we can maintain
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    • man from two sides between birth and death. On the one hand
    • world, on the other hand, that world which can be seen in our
    • the other hand, which we have developed in life, bears within
    • what lives on the one hand in the physical and what lives on
    • the other hand in the spiritual, we really picture man's
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    • hand we have found what is of the nature of will, and we
    • we unite on the one hand with what is incorporated into us
    • hand we begin with feeling we observe what enters from
    • therefore, that in thinking there lives on the one hand the
    • content of thought and on the other hand the will's activity
    • hand, our will impulses are like a sleeping portion even
    • the other hand, we can experience ourselves as beings who go
    • hand from the life of thought and on the other from the life
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    • his individual being, and which on the one hand deny and on
    • the other hand hold fast to this mineral-thought being. Man
    • hand he would like to study what ultimately may be
    • hands as the organ of our soul element, not only as an organ
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    • constitute the end of what is earthly. On the other hand, out
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    • about the end of the earth, which were handed down as far as
    • hand with freedom, the appearance of perception, and on the
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    • hand, it is a fact that if someone who may even be a well-trained
    • one hand, men were being drawn into a snare, and that, on the other
    • hand, through the appearance of the Christ, they could be led upwards
    • few writers mention the legends referring to him which were handed
    • then came into the hands of the man who included them with the
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    • hand, it is a fact that if someone who may even be a well-trained
    • one hand, men were being drawn into a snare, and that, on the other
    • hand, through the appearance of the Christ, they could be led upwards
    • few writers mention the legends referring to him which were handed
    • then came into the hands of the man who included them with the
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    • hand today, due to the state of consciousness in our civilization,
    • facts are hardly taken into account, and, on the other hand, science
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    • hand today, due to the state of consciousness in our civilization,
    • facts are hardly taken into account, and, on the other hand, science
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    • measuring things. The Greeks, on the other hand, liked
    • you are holding an apple in your hand. It necessarily follows
    • from the premises that the object in your hand is red. It
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    • being printed, the text of the shorthand notes was carefully revised.
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    • have to handle at first in such a way as to evoke the
    • on the one hand for ideas that are clear and easy to control
    • hand they strive for ideas through which they can surrender
    • further. Concepts which are easy to grasp on the one hand,
    • so it comes about that on the one hand what is
    • have in mind a certain mathematical handling of the process
    • the one hand a skull organization, and on the other a
    • impossible to have the trained mathematician on the one hand,
    • the one hand we have Astronomy, tending more and
    • studying reality, who on the one hand studies the starry
    • skies and on the other hand the development of the human
    • way, follow the starry heavens on the one hand, seeing how
    • in which, on the one hand, astronomical events are calculated
    • and described, and on the other hand all that belongs to them
    • you see, upon the one hand lies reality:
    • that is where we must look for it. On the other hand lies
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    • experience to spheres which may lie near to hand but which
    • impossible that on the one hand, theoretically, we should be
    • hand, inasmuch as the Earth is poised in cosmic space, we
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    • hand how problematical it is to conceive the celestial
    • is now conceded by the widest circles. On the other hand an
    • move a hand or an arm, we do not merely calculate the
    • bodies. When my hand moves through the air I shall not merely
    • held an umbrella here so that only my hand were seen, my hand
    • the umbrella; only the hand is to be seen. Somewhat in this
    • What have we on the left-hand side of the
    • equation, here in the left-hand ratio? No less than what is
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    • philosophandi’. It consists in saying: What has been
    • a ‘regula philosophandi’ the starting-point is as
    • come to think of it, this ‘regula philosophandi’
    • the incommensurable numbers. In Astronomy on the one hand, we
    • hand our understanding begins at a certain point,
    • sought to grasp reality at two poles: On the one hand where
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    • hand, we saw yesterday that what confronts us in Embryology
    • description.) On the one hand there were the strict followers
    • the development of the race. On the other hand, others came
    • knowledge. On the one hand we are driven to a boundary in the
    • favorite modern method of approach. On the other hand, in
    • on the one hand; with it, we cannot enter into man.
    • on either hand.
    • one hand we have the Cosmos working in upon us up to the
    • hand, in regard to fertilization, man is involved not in
    • other hand in the mere experiencing of reality; they turned
    • process of cognition on the one hand, and on the other the
    • on the one hand, of setting up pictures of the Universe which
    • System, and on the other hand, of researching into the
    • evident today, how on the one hand in Astronomy the ground of
    • hand in Embryology, where knowledge fails to reach the
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    • thought-forms, in the celestial spaces on the one hand, and
    • modifications hand in hand with changing terrestrial
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    • other hand — our forming of mental pictures — is very
    • hand and on the other to a much needed reform of the
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    • handy way of explaining the phenomena in other fields. Much
    • must be positive. For warmth on the other hand, the positive
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    • We have seen how on the one hand we
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    • hand by Goethe and Oken and on the other, for example, by the
    • study on the one hand the mineral kingdom itself and on the
    • other hand its counterpart, namely, our own knowledge of the
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    • curve that arises if you trace the middle line of a left-hand
    • other hand of the whole evolution of mankind on Earth. Bear
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    • to a specific result. We have drawn attention on the one hand
    • On the other hand, as you go downward from the middle part of
    • with forces which are spheroidal on the one hand and on the
    • to Earth nature generally, of Sun and Moon on the one hand
    • line. On the other hand you can without false symbolism
    • kingdom, animal kingdom on either hand. Thereafter we must
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    • such as we find it in the Ptolemaic school on the one hand
    • of the Sun is therefore zero. For Mercury on the other hand
    • Mars, Jupiter and Saturn on the other hand the movements of
    • epicycles. To their way of thinking on the other hand the
    • and idea on the one hand and sense-perceived data on the
    • two things and of different kind before us: on the one hand
    • respectively; on the other hand the prolongation of the
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    • the two things together: On the one hand, these different
    • the other hand the organic forms in which you can well
    • out on either hand from an ideal starting-point. Along the
    • hand keeps at an earlier stage, man makes himself physically
    • other hand the Moon is counteracting from the opposite
    • here receding to become human, here on the other hand
    • and plant kingdoms upon the one hand, the human and animal
    • imply. If one the other hand we take our start from this, the
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    • Conceptually, our hand would be drawing a continuous line
    • a single sweep of the hand through space.
    • and Mercury on the one hand, Jupiter and Mars on the other, I
    • the Moon. I should have to think on the one hand of all the
    • to think as follows: There on the one hand I go out into the
    • — and on the other hand the structure and functioning of the
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    • may quite well be merely relative and on the other hand such
    • we can discover what belongs together. On the one hand we
    • given thing, yet on the other hand we ourselves bring a like
    • direction in research. The empirical data are at hand, for us
    • beyond certain limits. Nor on the other hand will it do for
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    • run out into the infinite. On the other hand, taking this
    • hand, embraces the Earth-and-Sun path in its own
    • how we in our time are thus torn asunder. On the one hand our
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    • other hand is negative — of negative intensity —
    • forces work into the human being upon every hand.
    • depends. You take a crystal of salt into your hand. You may
    • one hand and behold the given picture of the celestial
    • phenomena. Look on the other hand at what we are able to make
    • tends in both directions, — on one hand towards
    • rigidity and on the other hand to the forming of ever-mobile
    • becomes of it on the other hand it you regard it as I shall
    • the one hand, passing away again upon the other. It is not a
    • and experiment. On every hand, both in the coarser and in the
    • inward in another, — or again whether you try your hand
    • these lines they have done splendid work on every hand. What
    • one hand and centrically on the other
    • finds expression in that we set the cathode on the one hand,
    • the anode on the other. On the one hand we can only explain
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    • consciousness of our civilisation arose, on the one hand, from a
    • hand, from a particular conception of the willing human being. To-day
    • that, on the one hand, his ideas are full of genius. The cleft skull
    • thinking must be saved by the Christ, he would probably put his hands to
    • hand thinking has been fettered, because darkness has been thrown over
    • pre-existence. On the other hand, we are concerned with
    • influences are at work: on the one hand, the continued effects of the
    • decree prohibiting thought on man's pre-existence; on the other hand,
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    • consciousness of our civilisation arose, on the one hand, from a
    • hand, from a particular conception of the willing human being. To-day
    • that, on the one hand, his ideas are full of genius. The cleft skull
    • thinking must be saved by the Christ, he would probably put his hands to
    • hand thinking has been fettered, because darkness has been thrown over
    • pre-existence. On the other hand, we are concerned with
    • influences are at work: on the one hand, the continued effects of the
    • decree prohibiting thought on man's pre-existence; on the other hand,
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    • had meaning for ancient clairvoyant consciousness have been handed down
    • handed down by tradition, because the latter are no longer suitable for
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    • had meaning for ancient clairvoyant consciousness have been handed down
    • handed down by tradition, because the latter are no longer suitable for
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    • particular, does the same as one who wishes to explain a hand or a
    • with the outer eyes and touched with the hands, and which is observed
    • plants on the one hand pertain to the ego of the earth and on the
    • other hand to the aura of the earth — the astral body, the
    • Thus at Time's humming loom it's my hand that prepares
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    • particular, does the same as one who wishes to explain a hand or a
    • with the outer eyes and touched with the hands, and which is observed
    • plants on the one hand pertain to the ego of the earth and on the
    • other hand to the aura of the earth — the astral body, the
    • Thus at Time's humming loom it's my hand that prepares
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    • Shorthand report unrevised by the lecturer. All rights reserved by
    • thought will probably lie near at hand for all of you; it may
    • century, on the other hand, Saint Martin's ideas and ways of
    • everywhere, Dupuis' materialism, on the other hand, was in a
    • they held their hands over these sciences, and were only
    • which they held their hand. This is the case in all those
    • be nationally-minded on the one hand, while on the other hand
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    • hand, we found the other aspect — the rise of the way
    • therefore an immovable Feast. Easter, on the other hand, is
    • the other hand, must turn again quite definitely to these two
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    • patently at hand in every case; the inner connections are not
    • just as he had on the other hand a direct vision and
    • the heaven of the fixed stars. Those organs on the other hand
    • come about that Science on the one hand, by rejecting the
    • other hand Religion, by declining to study the super-sensible
    • must he transcended. For on the one hand we must seek again
    • Ancient Wisdom had been handed down, were destroyed. People
    • hand, the negative side must not be allowed to get the upper
    • hand. For there exists a certain spirit which has preserved
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    • passes to the hand on the opposite side; from thence through
    • the heart into the other hand, and from there back to its
    • itself than a finger on our hand can say “I” to
    • hands of a clock. If a man succeeds in changing his
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    • other hand (from the spiritual side) the Spirit Self. Man at
    • ego-bearer. On the other hand, the Spirit had so far
    • other hand, the Moon forces had remained united with the
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    • He did this by taking in hand the development of the blood.
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    • 44 And he that was dead came forth, bound hand and foot with graveclothes: and his face was bound about with a napkin. Jesus saith unto them, Loose him, and let him go. \
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    • at hand. The human being now living on the Earth are not all
    • on the one hand and to descend on the other and become a
    • lengthen an arm or a hand at will, or to stretch forth
    • the surface of the earth; the coat, on the other hand, woven
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    • on the other hand, those who have hurried on before the rest
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    • hands, he perceived a divine-spiritual essence.
    • Christ Jesus. On the one hand there are the three sages, the Magi
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    • hands, he perceived a divine-spiritual essence.
    • Christ Jesus. On the one hand there are the three sages, the Magi
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    • would have to die unless his hand was amputated, and he begged
    • the doctor to amputate his hand and his arm as quickly as
    • hand with an inky nib and who believed that he had blood
    • really exist. On the other hand, all those who seriously
    • grew nervous, pricked his hand with the nib and clung to the
    • by taking in hand systematically that which otherwise takes place
    • handwriting. If someone really strives with an iron will to
    • change his handwriting, the application of energy required for
    • thinking which we acquire, and on the other hand our transformed
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    • would have to die unless his hand was amputated, and he begged
    • the doctor to amputate his hand and his arm as quickly as
    • hand with an inky nib and who believed that he had blood
    • really exist. On the other hand, all those who seriously
    • grew nervous, pricked his hand with the nib and clung to the
    • by taking in hand systematically that which otherwise takes place
    • handwriting. If someone really strives with an iron will to
    • change his handwriting, the application of energy required for
    • thinking which we acquire, and on the other hand our transformed
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    • the end of the world, which were handed down as far as our own
    • modern development of mankind is thus connected on the one hand
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    • the end of the world, which were handed down as far as our own
    • modern development of mankind is thus connected on the one hand
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    • point of saying to ourselves: Man has reached on the one hand his
    • consciousness of freedom, and on the other hand, with the aid of
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    • point of saying to ourselves: Man has reached on the one hand his
    • consciousness of freedom, and on the other hand, with the aid of
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    • whole, which are a serious handicap to real self-knowledge.
    • super-sensible world: on the one hand we should rise to the state
    • of being existing in the spiritual world and on the other hand we
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    • whole, which are a serious handicap to real self-knowledge.
    • super-sensible world: on the one hand we should rise to the state
    • of being existing in the spiritual world and on the other hand we
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    • hand, only exists in a dreaming state. There, we only have the
    • touching something with his hand. He can have this thought in his
    • his physical body and his etheric body on the one hand, and his
    • signs with a rod placed in their hand.
    • hand, and the physical and etheric body on the other, so that the
    • heart, and when, on the other hand, you recognize the current of
    • Goetheanism, on the one hand, and spiritual science on the other,
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    • hand, only exists in a dreaming state. There, we only have the
    • touching something with his hand. He can have this thought in his
    • his physical body and his etheric body on the one hand, and his
    • signs with a rod placed in their hand.
    • hand, and the physical and etheric body on the other, so that the
    • heart, and when, on the other hand, you recognize the current of
    • Goetheanism, on the one hand, and spiritual science on the other,
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    • connection the human beings are divided on the one hand into
    • abstract way; on the other hand there are the people who are
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    • abstract way; on the other hand there are the people who are
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    • that obstructs our path with obstacles that seriously handicap
    • conceptions are nothing but remnants handed down to us from
    • universe. Everything that has been handed down to us in the form
    • may handicap man's spiritual activity. The habit of considering
    • one hand, birth — and in birth and heredity we may perceive
    • handed down to them; nevertheless, they feel instinctively: All
    • my will, for instance, by taking in hand my self-education, by
    • natural, amoral order of the world, on the one hand, and the
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    • that obstructs our path with obstacles that seriously handicap
    • conceptions are nothing but remnants handed down to us from
    • universe. Everything that has been handed down to us in the form
    • may handicap man's spiritual activity. The habit of considering
    • one hand, birth — and in birth and heredity we may perceive
    • handed down to them; nevertheless, they feel instinctively: All
    • my will, for instance, by taking in hand my self-education, by
    • natural, amoral order of the world, on the one hand, and the
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    • We grow aware, on the one hand, of a complete feeling of
    • form of old presentiments handed over traditionally in the
    • hand to dissolve physical substances, to eliminate them from the
    • the physical sphere. On the one hand people take it amiss today
    • sailing into a fantastic region. But just as on the one hand
    • a real, objective world, so they take it amiss on the other hand
    • the anthroposophical spiritual investigator who on the one hand
    • whole development by spiritual forces, handled by spiritual
    • as they appear in the kingdom of man on the one hand, and in the
    • in the meaning of modern civilization, we find on the one hand
    • being belongs, and on the other hand we find that man can only be
    • handed over to the elements, but the human being himself passes
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    • We grow aware, on the one hand, of a complete feeling of
    • form of old presentiments handed over traditionally in the
    • hand to dissolve physical substances, to eliminate them from the
    • the physical sphere. On the one hand people take it amiss today
    • sailing into a fantastic region. But just as on the one hand
    • a real, objective world, so they take it amiss on the other hand
    • the anthroposophical spiritual investigator who on the one hand
    • whole development by spiritual forces, handled by spiritual
    • as they appear in the kingdom of man on the one hand, and in the
    • in the meaning of modern civilization, we find on the one hand
    • being belongs, and on the other hand we find that man can only be
    • handed over to the elements, but the human being himself passes
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    • about upon it, like the gnat upon our hand.
    • had, on the other hand, more comprehension for spiritual
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    • our hands can touch him, we look upon him, from the
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    • etheric body with the progress of the minute and second hands
    • of the etheric body should go hand in hand with the other
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    • the cold end of the sheet in your hand. Or you may dream that
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    • movements of hands and legs. If the father or the mother are,
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    • Speech has become, on the one hand, a conventional means of
    • simply misunderstood. On the other hand, there are
    • long time; a premature ageing is on the other hand caused by
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    • independently and of its own accord. On the other hand,
    • has been handed down by the most ancient initiates, and
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    • other hand, the continent of Atlantis existed, in the West,
    • other hand, they had a soul-quality which has now become
    • finger is a part of the hand.
    • aspect. To-day you can stretch out the finger of your hand
    • could easily make his hand grow when he saw a small plant, he
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    • Even as the single fingers belong to the hand, so the animals
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    • have placed our hands into His wounds!”
    • During the meditation the pupil could produce on his hands,
    • belong to the organism of the hand, so the human being only
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    • off; the larynx, the word, on the other hand, will in the
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    • handled with the greatest precaution and has always been kept
    • people have even held it in their hand; it is not at all
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    • Intelligence falling, sinking away from the hands of Michael into the
    • forest, sixty leagues deep on every hand. Between these two castles
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    • whole method of handling the subject, made me deeply interested in
    • handkerchief and blew his nose. He never by any chance began to teach
    • nature, but on the other hand also a wonderful gift of speech; for
    • consider Voltaire's great gift of language and on the other hand his
    • other hand all the things that the Jesuits themselves accomplished in
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    • the one hand we have the story of the Mystery of Golgotha, legible in
    • graduates of King Arthur's Round Table. And on the other hand we have
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    • sign my own below it with my own hand. In this way a relationship is
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    • the central organ; there, the order is given to lift the hand
    • to move my hand, the impulse to move the hand already lies
    • lifting of our hand — only with that slight intensity
    • our hand we are again aware of the will, but in the form of a
    • characterize, on the one hand a nerve process, and on the
    • other hand a thought which is supposed to have a certain
    • overcome these handicaps, because he finds, not only in
    • task on the one hand to grasp these things, is it not? We
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    • hand there begins to open up already for the soul-eyes of the
    • things which you indeed can read in every handbook on
    • handicrafts, and thereby create the physical sensible basis
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    • on the other hand, uncontrolled and full of wild instincts.
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    • deeply, on the one hand, into all that is connected with the
    • the other hand, this is really nonsense. These scientists and
    • matter stands, when I described how, on the one hand, since
    • other hand, it must indeed face an opponent in the Spirits of
    • develop in such a way that, on the one hand, the events of
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    • human being on the one hand to a meeting with the dead, and
    • on the other hand with the Spirits of Time, with the
    • realize on the one hand, that he had studied what had formed
    • — and that on the other hand, he knew that this must
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    • our hearts deeply. These Christmas plays, handwritten,
    • remained in the hands of certain families in the villages and were
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    • remained in the hands of certain families in the villages and were
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    • other hand, he was led into temptation by the inherited
    • down to India. On the one hand, they had a great and real
    • on the other hand, they were a people in whom the remembrance
    • a hand towards the spiritualization of Nature. But we wish to
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    • one hand, to water, and a rarefication, on the other, to
    • other hand light-ether, sound-ether, and life-ether. All this
    • right hand. This self.. nourishment, this turning inwards of
    • realized why the handing down of this physical attribute
    • divinity, had to be established. As it was handed down from
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    • Bodhisattvas receive what in due course they hand on to
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    • danger of cosmic blinding; on the other hand to plunge into
    • On one hand
    • Solomon Jesus on the one hand, and further, through having
    • right hand of Power, and He will appear to you out of the
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    • handbooks on Physics it is stated as an opinion —
    • advanced. The physical body, on the other hand, is in itself
    • power of the spiritual world. What, on the other hand,
    • The time is at hand when ‘The Kingdoms of Heaven’
    • compared with the dependence of the finger on the hand; if
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    • Greek Mysteries, on the other hand, man had to confront the
    • with outstretched hands in the form of a cross, so that his
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    • fluctuate between two extremes. On one hand, it is vigorously
    • tendency to deify individuals. On every hand we find
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    • revealing on every hand the forces active there, and these He
    • hand along the path that all initiates must tread. I will
    • individual. Who can tell when this moment is at hand? Only
    • leads them by the hand, and we catch a glimpse of the human
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    • planetary development. We see, on one hand, the man who
    • densification, on one hand, and sound or tone-ether as a
    • produce such a man. On the other hand the Gospel of Luke
    • other hand does not concern himself with that which advanced
    • Mark, on the other hand, only makes use of the physical Jesus
    • the Gospel of Mark, on the other hand, describes the
    • Christ Jesus as ‘Father, into Thy hands I commend My
  • Title: Life Gifts: Lecture I: Folk Souls and the Mystery of Golgotha
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    • that relationship, need not on the other hand be alarmed by the fact
    • one hand, the human race is a unity (which indeed is a very
    • generations. In the form of the arms and hands for instance, and also
    • or to flatter any other; yet it is true that on the one hand in the
    • take this into account it will on the one hand perhaps have a very
    • humanity. Therefore we may really say, that on the one hand we have
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    • appeared among the Ancients and which are handed down
    • handwriting, but with every feature of the handwriting
    • that if really the soul did not exist beforehand, if it were
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    • development. They do not desire it. On the another hand, just
    • knowledge which could deliver power into the hands of those
    • the service of humanity will very easily gain the upper hand.
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    • inwardly quick and placed in the Cosmos; on the other hand
    • not notice on the one hand the direct realities of life,
    • and on the other hand where he may find the entrance to the
    • the bottom of all these things. If on the other hand we bear
    • joking.” If he had said before hand, “I am only
    • asunder of what on the one hand is Sun and Sun-force, from
    • stretch out my hand over the table I use pressure, but force
    • base of Darwinism was already prepared beforehand. In 1844, a
    • hand sciences is constantly studying the dead because it cannot
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    • the ‘sensational,’ has not gained the upper hand!
    • hand to an uncommon extent. But something significant is
    • are aware on the one hand of our Ego from the last
    • we observe the extremities: arms, hands, feet, legs (which
    • wider field. It now wants to take in hand “Intelligence
    • on the one hand in reference to the physiological side,
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    • hand, can you imagine that in such a case, at the approach of
    • the other hand it is of tremendous importance to grasp such a
    • which digs for treasure with the greedy hand
    • permissible) in which a Doctor's thesis was handed in, with
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    • other hand, if we develop powers which not only perceive the physical
    • Zarathustra handed down to his disciples the secret of how
    • the one hand in the mystic current, and on the other in the current
    • could know the lower Asuras. The Persian peoples, on the other hand,
    • journey from afar, and ye that come from near at hand, with longing
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    • other hand, if we develop powers which not only perceive the physical
    • Zarathustra handed down to his disciples the secret of how
    • the one hand in the mystic current, and on the other in the current
    • could know the lower Asuras. The Persian peoples, on the other hand,
    • journey from afar, and ye that come from near at hand, with longing
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    • by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner from a shorthand report
    • Such beliefs as have been handed down to us
    • something that drives its hands with the help of little demons,
    • Just as the hands of a clock are interrelated and dependent upon each
    • higher world, feelings which had been handed down to the Egyptians by
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    • by kind permission of Frau Marie Steiner from a shorthand report
    • Such beliefs as have been handed down to us
    • something that drives its hands with the help of little demons,
    • Just as the hands of a clock are interrelated and dependent upon each
    • higher world, feelings which had been handed down to the Egyptians by
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    • other hand we know that Lucifer brought us freedom. But we should
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    • in any case, they disappear by themselves. On the other hand, one
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    • are closely connected in an ordinary man. Whether he raises a hand or
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    • or of being grasped by the hand.
    • a snail or when a snail unexpectedly crosses our hand. If we develop
    • figures on the palm of one's hand with a finger. Then eliminate
    • all thoughts about the hand and writing and only think about feeling
    • one's hand and proceed as with the first figure. One should
    • skill in the feeling of sensations in space, without using one's hands, and
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    • back to what was handed down by the old Gods. But we know that with
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    • training in hand. We then see defects objectively which we
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    • meditation if angels or other spiritual beings would come beforehand
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    • evolution and human evolution always go hand in hand, and one who
    • whom he met was carrying a weight in each hand. Since the Mars
    • everything still is. Let's take our handwriting. This is an
    • would be so vain as to think that his handwriting was very beautiful.
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    • forces that flowed into us will also go out of our eyes and hands and
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    • Before a man takes his own development in hand, everything goes
    • He frees himself from guidance, takes his development in hand and
    • hand, his vices inevitably appear, and here an esoteric must use his
    • organs in hand ourselves, we must no longer let ourselves be
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    • intellectual purification go hand in hand in a correct training.
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    • for instance, hands are better organs for thinking than the brain. He
    • point where he looks at his etheric or physical hands without seeing
    • feel that an ax that we take in our hand is something external, so
    • the hand must also be felt as something that does not belong to us.
    • We must be the driving factor that directs the hand as an instrument
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    • an angel or light form that hands him a chalice, representing an
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    • Simple folk never sense the devil's presence, even if his hands are
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    • to get into them were put into their hands too early they would use
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    • flower on a meadow, and he stretches out a hand to pick it because it
    • will see that it's the etheric body that induces the hand to move.
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    • don't feel it; we only feel resistance when our hand runs into
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    • “memory” of Gods with our hand that's also a memory, the
    • thing as nothing. We feel neither our hand nor the wall, but only the
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    • one with spiritual beings on the one hand, and on the other our
    • memory that lives in tone or sound, on the one hand; on the other hand,
    • If an artist makes a slip of the pen, it gets handed down to posterity.
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    • one with spiritual beings on the one hand, and on the other our
    • memory that lives in tone or sound, on the one hand; on the other hand,
    • If an artist makes a slip of the pen, it gets handed down to posterity.
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  • Title: Gospel of John: Introduction to the Reflections of Rudolf Steiner on the Gospel of St. John
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    • artistry of the individual parts, but the whole lacked hands
    • hand on to others what had been so bounteously given to us, a
    • Christ for the world. He laid his hand on the wheel of human
    • wheel with a strong hand and guided it again toward the slow
    • give us what we can hand on to hungry souls as the bread of
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    • historical records handed down to us by the different
    • the other hand, even if the translator himself were a poor
    • human being, but, on the other hand, has sprung from the
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    • with the eyes and touch with our hands there is a long
    • hand the physical body of the mineral remains unchanged.
    • until the Earth period. On the other hand, a divine Ego was
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    • divine ego, just as the hand feels itself a part of the
    • person to another. My hand does not love my organism. Only
    • discuss — in order that he might hand it down to
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    • biblical events then disappear. On the other hand, those who
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    • one referred to. When this little book came into my hands, I
    • hand, to loosen the bonds in which love had been entangled
    • through the blood-relationship and on the other hand to give
    • whole. On the one hand men had to descend to the lowest level
    • hand a strong force must come which can give again the
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    • been slowly and gradually prepared before-hand. Like the
    • hand what had been prepared in the followers of the Old
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    • consciousness; while on the other hand, at the moment of
    • moreover, necessary to call attention beforehand to the fact
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    • been handed down to posterity as tradition. Previous to all
    • be prepared beforehand. The third epoch made ready for that
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    • within, and the hands were not placed together in the form of
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    • of the hands and everything that was connected with it, the
    • to bestir the hands, but in contemplation were much more
    • out their hands, as it were, and draw this Manas or
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    • the one hand, he has to spiritualize his feelings, he must,
    • and takes his inner life in hand by means of a methodical
    • the form of my hand as long as I hold it there, but forms
    • be eliminated. On the feet and hands and on the right side of
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    • the Lord, and he declared he would have to lay his hands in
    • He to Thomas, reach hither thy fingers and behold My hands,
    • and reach hither thy hand and thrust it into My side: and
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    • The liver, on the other hand, forms in the near neighbourhood of the
    • (underhand ways in the scientific world).
    • with feet and hands. And so in connection with this particular person
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    • them with our hands, inasmuch as they are perceptible in a material
    • other personality — he who had been not only the right hand but
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    • one from far away, another from nearer at hand. But in the Irish
    • found that his own estates were in other hands strange as the story
    • had it not been from the hand of a personage living at the Court of
    • Charles the Bald — from the hand of Scotus Erigena.
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    • dwellers — the great primeval Teachers — were at hand to
    • and physical actuality. On the other hand, everything physical has
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    • total number of lectures amounts to some six thousand, shorthand
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    • ‘unconscious.’ On the one hand it admits that in respect
    • play into the ordinary consciousness; but on the other hand, by the very
    • ordinary means of knowledge, must, on the other hand, endeavour to find
    • itself and yet feels itself surrounded on every hand by the sea and
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    • This lecture was translated from a shorthand report, unrevised by
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    • ‘unconscious.’ On the one hand it admits that in respect
    • play into the ordinary consciousness; but on the other hand, by the very
    • ordinary means of knowledge, must, on the other hand, endeavour to find
    • itself and yet feels itself surrounded on every hand by the sea and
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    • gaining knowledge of the world. If it must be said, on the one hand,
    • answered on the other hand that, although human feeling can certainly
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    • in this explanation I intend, through a frivolous handling of the
    • hand. If we sketch in a few strokes something that we have reached
    • super-sensible knowledge handed down from primeval times and
    • people doubt this possibility! On the other hand, however, especially
    • one hand, of the creative spirit in the very course of material
    • occurrences, we become aware on the other hand of the power-filled
    • hidden in the inner being. As educators, we hold in our hands not
    • hands in blessing in old age who has not learned in tender childhood
    • to fold his hands in reverent prayer.
    • This we need. And, if it is maintained on the one hand
    • the other hand, as history teaches in this respect also, that
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    • Anthroposophical Society. These were really shorthand reports
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    • Rudolf Steiner Nachlassverwaltung, from shorthand reports unrevised by
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    • finds that it has been demolished by some force of nature or by the hand
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    • who enter newly; and on the other hand, to our great joy and
    • work. On the other hand, curiously enough, a quite unimportant
    • handkerchief and blew his nose! I often heard him lecture, and without
    • first took out his pocket-handkerchief and blew his nose. Now this gave
    • other hand, it is deeply connected with his inner spiritual
    • cannot help taking out his pocket-handkerchief and blowing his nose!
    • various conflicts of life. The servant, on the other hand, worked his
    • clues — at any rate to no important ones.) On the other hand I now
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    • one hand through Africa to Spain and thence far into Europe, and on the
    • other hand into Central Europe. They were great powers, these two
    • unchristian doctrine. On all hands we see the conflict of
    • in their hand what they had gained from Aristotle, and treading under
    • sense. We must see in it on all hands the working of elementary
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    • more nearly matters connected on the one hand with the karma of the
    • Anthroposophical Movement, and on the other hand karmically with the
    • On the other hand the individualities of Aristotle and Alexander who
    • the other hand, those who were more Platonic in character could unfold
    • Mysteries were handed down.
    • creative being. While on the other hand, in all the working in the
    • movement and activity of physical sense Nature and who on the other hand
    • even into Italy. And in many schools whose outer name has been handed
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    • the spiritual Platonism that had been handed down — all
    • Deeply significant was the teaching of that School. On the one hand it
    • spirituality. On the other hand it pointed to the impulses which souls,
    • or on the other hand — and this is the most important — they
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    • other hand consider the stars only in mathematical calculations, but
    • century. But on the other hand, many who felt themselves drawn to what I
    • was at the time when I was in Weimar. On the one hand I entered most
    • hand on Schelling's
    • my hand Schelling's
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    • the other hand in the midst of a certain noise and confusion. We might
    • If, on the other hand, Aryanism alone
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    • the dualism recognising on the one hand Ahura
    • originated in ancient Persia. On the other hand there was the Ahrimanic
    • remarkable to see how on the one hand Thomas Campanella became a
    • hand with the Thomism which had evolved in the Dominican Order. All
    • not make this easy, for on the one hand even within the super-sensible he
    • in the epoch of the Spiritual Soul. On the other hand, especially when
    • soul of this individuality was laden, as it were, on the one hand with
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    • true inner enthusiasm. Then shall we receive on the one hand the ideas
    • to come forth in him. But on the other hand there could spring forth in
    • wring their hands! One of the most eminent among them at that time was
    • emerges with great hindrances and difficulties. Yet on the other hand it
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    • to be associated on the one hand with the deepest feelings and
    • intelligible by having the ritual coincide, on the one hand and in
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    • If we know theoretically, on the one hand, that the Moon forces
    • contain the potential human body, we must observe, on the other hand,
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    • the other hand, the influences that emanated from within the Earth at
    • hand, the forces man needs to form the inner side of his etheric body
    • So on the one hand we have the rhythmical passage of the Moon
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    • associated with the temple that went up in flames by the hand of a
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    • imperialism a division occurred, a real division. On one hand there
    • priestly, where the priests were kings; on the other hand the
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    • a certain soil from which to grow, and on the other hand they are a
    • people had a talent for mere names without meaning; that on one hand
    • a talent for cultivating platitudes existed and on the other hand for
    • lodges in London. Such lodges are excellent tools in the hands of the
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    • some day and things will get better then, even with our hands in our laps.
    • insofar as he is for freedom, but on the other hand he works against
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    • earth. On the one hand there was the most intense
    • material world, and on the other hand the strongest, the
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    • material world, and on the other hand the strongest, the
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    • reigns of the seven Roman kings were outlined beforehand. The
    • pictures of human fate. Observe on the other hand how in the
    • stars in his right hand and the seven golden candlesticks.
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    • and geology the glacial period on the one hand, and that event
    • hand there is placed all that is bad in the community
    • must fall away, and on the other hand those who have
    • their hands. And those who have turned away from the
    • hand-movements, in every-thing they do, they will present an
    • another, where a possession is registered so that it may be handed
    • handed on by heredity. In the Old Testament the word “book”
    • his hand. And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say,
    • transformation which we take in hand with the sun and moon
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    • that it can lead on the one hand to the highest and on the
    • other hand to the lowest. For this reason it is a sharp
    • Atlantean epoch. On the other hand, the seventh race of
    • one hand the stream of Philadelphia will survive with the
    • other hand the great mass of all those who are lukewarm, the
    • movement. Everything is prepared beforehand in the hidden
    • and seventh, so on the other hand there is growing that which
    • symbolically: On the one hand we have earth and on the other
    • hand water — that is the earlier period. From the water
    • heritage. “And he had in his hand a little book opened; and
    • honey. And I took the little book from the hand of the angel
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    • the earth evolution. On the other hand, during our earthly
    • beforehand the incorruptible spiritual body, as he calls it.
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    • at white magic; while on the other hand abuse of spiritual
    • powers confronting each other; on the one hand those who
    • hand chose who rise above matter, who as human beings unite
    • one hand the blackest ones segregate themselves in Babylon,
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    • hands? Ye shall continue no more to tread My court. If ye bring
    • not made by human hands.
    • believe in simplicity, manifested to us beforehand concerning all
    • last offence is at hand, concerning which the scripture speaketh,
    • finger of the hand of the Lord.
    • And Moses understood, and threw the two tables from his hands;
    • and likeness, how then did He endure to suffer at the hand of men?
    • to be, which is the work of His own hands, they cannot face its
    • His suffering was manifested beforehand. For the prophet saith
    • us beforehand, that we might know to whom we ought in all things
    • shew that He must suffer at their hands.
    • whether the Lord took care to signify before hand concerning the
    • hand, and beautiful trees rose up from it; and whosoever shall eat
    • ground than any he stretched out his hands, and so Israel was
    • I stretched out My hands to a disobedient people that did gainsay
    • when he sent him as a spy on the land; Take a book in thy hands,
    • The Lord said unto my Lord, Sit thou on My right hand until
    • Lord, of whose right hand I laid hold, that the nations should
    • right hand of his father Jacob. But Jacob saw in the spirit a
    • He? And Jacob crossed his hands, and placed his right hand on
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    • speaks on the one hand with the independence and freedom of
    • other hand, the Greek outlook — though in its decadence it had
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    • always arising in man to lag behind in his evolution on the one hand, and
    • on the other hand to overshoot his mark. Thus in cultural history we see
    • waiters preparing unappetising food and handing it to their patrons;
    • evolution in hand.
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    • close at hand and are judged from quite another point of view, this
    • time. In that case we should be left on the one hand with our crude
    • exists between Jesuitism on the one hand and Wilsonism on the other.
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    • hands or his arms, his head, his chest, his legs, his feet, we were
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    • work was hard and heavy and who could only be handled in the way that
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    • might have withdrawn their guiding hands. It may now be said
    • great handmaiden of the Divine Demiurgos, by
    • went hand in hand. Through the thirteenth, fourteenth and fifteenth
    • stretching out their hands to one another. And then, as time
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    • for the time being, the teachers of Chartres handed over to the
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    • when it is written down by him in his own hand. But when through
    • Ahriman's — otherwise we should be delivered into his hands. We
    • that were properly prepared. Into how many hands did a book find its
    • wonderful, brilliant, dazzling way as, on the other hand, the
    • future: that Being is Ahriman! Human hands will write the works, but
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    • organically moving forms, warmed and waved by the human hands
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    • as on the other hand — it would be true, were someone
    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
    • hand, the animals are given their form, which enables him to
    • which hands Ego can work formatively in the plant world; the
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    • as on the other hand — it would be true, were someone
    • the other hand are the impulses and passions of the Ego! The
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    • which hands Ego can work formatively in the plant world; the
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    • the social structure must pass into the hands of the
    • that the entire social structure must be handed over to a
    • handed over to agricultural communes. According to this
    • among anthroposophists who hold money in their hands and say,
    • to pass as an equivalent from hand to hand. Because these
    • cause ten one hundred mark notes to pass from hand to hand,
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    • kept in hand best of all if a religion without science can be
    • maintained there. The Central countries can be kept in hand
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    • words, free on the one hand in thinking, and spiritually
    • existed, and on the other hand that it did not develop in
    • person has spoken on the one hand about right, he should not
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    • bodies on the other hand during sleep from that existing in
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    • the other hand, something else is striving outward from the
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    • accounting department in our own hands.” This is not
    • they can lay their hands. This is the natural result and
    • in hand in a certain way their own self-education. The
    • themselves in hand, whereas the masses do not will to occupy
    • individualities. On the one hand, we must learn to understand
    • hand, we must acquire what was brought to your attention
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    • rain and clouds; but, on the other hand, we must see this power
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    • palms of his hands, the man will experience a sensation of
    • top of the heap and waited, burning glass in hand, for the
    • not only those parts of the plant which we hold in our hands,
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    • not only those parts of the plant which we hold in our hands,
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    • handled in an egotistic way by individuals or by groups.
    • lines, are handed over to spiritual scientists, but this
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    • hands towards these Teachers, but encountered them nevertheless
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    • appearance, whether he is handsome or ugly, whether he
    • geometry book that fell into my hands brought me sheer delight;
    • class, the first thing he did was to take out his handkerchief
    • sequence, on the other hand one is fully aware that by far the
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    • constituted that on the one hand he makes his past karma
    • visible and on the other hand he bears his future karma
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    • Simultaneously, the correct use of arms and hands is
    • speech is the fact that the speech-center of right-handed
    • the right hand, vigorously executed by means of man's
    • hand and the third convolution at the left, the so-called Broca
    • legs and hands, reach up into the speech organism, so all that
    • as he masters the faculty of walking and handling objects, what
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    • so that your hand be enabled to grasp an object: of all this
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    • is now much more full of meaning. While on the one hand we have
    • hand we have gained Inspiration from what was, to begin with,
    • pure thought. On the other hand, there is the experience that
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    • blood poisoning and that he would have to die unless his hand
    • was amputated, and he begged the doctor to amputate his hand,
    • the man who pricked his hand with an inky nib and who believed
    • cases of sudden death really exist. On the other hand, all
    • death, but he grew nervous, pricked his hand with the nib and
    • This can be done by taking in hand systematically that
    • something quite insignificant, for instance, one's handwriting.
    • handwriting, the application of energy required for the
    • hand our transformed desires, are those which show us that when
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    • unconsciously. So we have on the one hand Nature, to which we
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    • up, thinking must, so to speak, have a free hand to dissolve
    • remain in the physical sphere. On the one hand people take it
    • on the one hand people take it amiss if one describes the
    • on the other hand if in regard to man's physical development
    • the one hand ventures to speak in a certain way of the
    • kingdom of man on the one hand, and in the animal-kingdom on
    • civilisation, we find on the one hand the rigid scientific
    • inserted, and on the other hand, we find that man can only be
    • human being: his corpse is handed over to the elements, the
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    • the soul; on the one hand the losing of itself in
    • nothingness; on the other hand the descent into the turbid
    • these man is descended on the one hand, while the mammals
    • have branched off on the other hand, so that the apes are
    • in the objects. On the other hand they cannot deny that, if
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    • the soul; on the one hand the losing of itself in
    • nothingness; on the other hand the descent into the turbid
    • these man is descended on the one hand, while the mammals
    • have branched off on the other hand, so that the apes are
    • in the objects. On the other hand they cannot deny that, if
    • will merely show how, on all hands, when we try to find the
    • other hand it is quite comprehensible that physicists are
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    • beforehand, it would not be necessary to be given directions
    • natural. She handed this idea over to her more intimate
    • beauty. On the other hand, it is just as true that one who
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    • machinery of modern time. On the other hand, he is receptive to
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    • her husband as a ‘pretty pile of woe,’ — handed
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    • her husband as a ‘pretty pile of woe,’ — handed
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    • threads of their Karmas in hand and guiding them —
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    • life — even in the way he walks and moves his hands and
    • the more we develop into the future which is now at hand.
    • we can understand it, if opposition arises on all hands
    • one can work in a certain way. If on the one hand one
    • possesses traditional Occult Science, while on the other hand
    • mankind in its occult depths. On the other hand I leave it to
    • contrasted: On the one hand the Roman Church, and on the other
    • hand those Occult Brotherhoods of which I spoke — the
    • and on the other hand the Brotherhoods, which, needless to say,
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    • the more we develop into the future which is now at hand.
    • we can understand it, if opposition arises on all hands
    • one can work in a certain way. If on the one hand one
    • possesses traditional Occult Science, while on the other hand
    • mankind in its occult depths. On the other hand I leave it to
    • contrasted: On the one hand the Roman Church, and on the other
    • hand those Occult Brotherhoods of which I spoke — the
    • and on the other hand the Brotherhoods, which, needless to say,
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    • other hand are essentially those Beings who regulate the
    • which leads him down is very near at hand. Then it is very near
    • at hand for him to deny God altogether, that is to say, to deny
    • is an unconscious egoism. On the one hand man shuns the task of
    • rising to a knowledge of the spiritual world. On the other hand
    • hand-in-hand with this socially selfish devotion to the
    • Archangel, just as materialism goes consciously hand-in-hand
    • not know why it is that certain things are handed down
    • traditionally. At most they know that they are handed
    • extending far beyond the commonplace, were handed down in the
    • justified. Yet, if on the one hand these things must emerge in
    • hand of our creating counter-forces to bring about the
    • I told you on the one hand how men are entering more and
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    • which leads him down is very near at hand. Then it is very near
    • at hand for him to deny God altogether, that is to say, to deny
    • is an unconscious egoism. On the one hand man shuns the task of
    • rising to a knowledge of the spiritual world. On the other hand
    • hand-in-hand with this socially selfish devotion to the
    • Archangel, just as materialism goes consciously hand-in-hand
    • not know why it is that certain things are handed down
    • traditionally. At most they know that they are handed
    • extending far beyond the commonplace, were handed down in the
    • justified. Yet, if on the one hand these things must emerge in
    • hand of our creating counter-forces to bring about the
    • I told you on the one hand how men are entering more and
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    • looks on the human body and sees the movements of hand, eye,
    • With staff in hand, his footsteps to sustain,
    • shows a hand thrust into the jaws of a bear. The lower physical
    • appropriateness by the thrusting of a human hand into the
    • By clever hands full delicately carven;
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    • looks on the human body and sees the movements of hand, eye,
    • With staff in hand, his footsteps to sustain,
    • shows a hand thrust into the jaws of a bear. The lower physical
    • appropriateness by the thrusting of a human hand into the
    • By clever hands full delicately carven;
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    • soul, formed itself into ideas, into thoughts. On the other hand,
    • other hand, unlike most others, I could not recognise a particular
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    • Intelligence falling, sinking away from the hands of Michael into the
    • forest, sixty leagues deep on every hand. Between these two castles
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    • whole method of handling the subject, made me deeply interested in
    • handkerchief and blew his nose. He never by any chance began to teach
    • nature, but on the other hand also a wonderful gift of speech; for
    • consider Voltaire's great gift of language and on the other hand his
    • other hand all the things that the Jesuits themselves accomplished in
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    • graduates of King Arthur's Round Table. And on the other hand we have
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  • Title: Spiritual Development: Lecture I: The Inner Experience of the Activity of Thinking
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    • desire to stretch out his hands, as it were, to
    • one hand all that is grossly material and concrete and, to
    • hand the material world, on the other the
    • intention of lifting a hand and the actual movement of the
    • hand. He does not know how the intention, which
    • the lifting of the hand. It is only the actual movement
    • of the hand which the eye then sees. What lies
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    • the other hand it is based on dilettante psychology.
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    • inestimable boon and which, on the other hand, in relation to the
    • other hand, we have every reason, especially at the present time, to
    • fingers and hands. We may therefore speak of a Swiss Folk Spirit in
    • indications. On the other hand ‘ man has laid the foundations
    • your mental attitude, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.”
    • epoch handed on his mission to his successor, and so on. As we have
    • one such Spirit of the Age, and at the end of the epoch he hands over
    • to his successor, who, in his turn, hands over to his successor, and
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    • upper hand over the influence of the Archangel. A case in point
    • hands of the Spirit of the Age. The purpose of the separation was to
    • hand, was that the specific tasks which had to be fulfilled by the
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    • our own times. On the other hand, we shall perhaps have to deal with
    • Beings. On the one hand we see the activity of the Spirits of Form
    • related, on the one hand, to the human physical body and, on the
    • passed through the Old Sun epoch in order, on the one hand, to lay
    • Spirits of Wisdom, and, on the other hand, through the continued
    • those elements, each of which held for a time the upper hand in the
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    • whilst we, on the other hand, are witnessing in our age especially
    • given other tasks, into the hands of others. We have already
    • Central and Northern Europe was chiefly in the hands of the
    • materialism. On the other hand an idealistic people inclines the
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    • lower rank were, on the other hand, Beings whose domain they had
    • mythology, on the other hand, had completely forgotten the world of
    • normal line. In Vili and Ve, on the other hand, we have Archangels of
    • ever and again into his hand; he felt the power of one of the
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    • as an entity. On the other hand, the European peoples developed
    • hand, through the Luciferic powers, man had to accept the possibility
    • Ahuras or Asuras. It is, on the other hand, dangerous for the
    • immersed in corporeality and, on the other hand, the penalty for this
    • the one hand, therefore, we have Loki with his kinsmen, the three
    • your mental attitude, for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!” In
    • attitude for the Kingdom of Heaven is at hand!” They could
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    • which springs from the inner life of the Greeks. On the other hand,
    • post-Atlantean epoch. Whilst, on the one hand, the ancient Indian was
    • civilization and lofty spiritual life, we have, on the other hand, a
    • contingencies must to a certain extent be prepared beforehand, must
    • on the one hand, Hegel's philosophy marks a high point,
    • hand, provides the seed in the Spiritual Soul for the philosophy of
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    • it has always been known, as it has been handed down by history,
    • assimilation went hand in hand with spiritual assimilation,
    • the other hand what speaks to us in the figure of Eros? It is
    • and Eros with Persephone between them—and on the other hand
    • Not only have many hands been needed to make this festival possible,
    • be in the hands of actors who are striving for spiritual knowledge.
    • men like our stage hands working for us so willingly. I feel it is
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    • of our hand is an expression of our own soul-activity. When we move
    • our hand from left to right, we know that a mental activity lies
    • mere movement of the hand and our will, but we know that the movement
    • of the hand and our will, as an impulse of movement, constitute a
    • the moving hand so to say, of divine-spiritual Beings, but we see
    • the chemist, the physiologist, the biologist, while on the other hand
    • explained by physical, chemical or biological laws; on the other hand
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    • the one hand and Lucifer on the other, and let us take to begin with
    • upwards to a higher vision of Himself; on the other hand we see the
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    • about, making use of hands and feet’ ... a modern man would
    • been handed down historically to later times is intellectual
    • Zeus on the one hand and Hera on the other. We have seen that Zeus is
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    • snub-nose, and ears which stuck out, and anything but handsome.
    • Silenus, the teacher of Dionysos, who was finally to hand over to man
    • — but to the Initiates who have handed down the tradition from
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    • on every hand; every healthy soul has to undergo the fear of being
    • his hands (i.e. what he does half unconsciously) plays a part in the
    • particular use of the right hand. Thus it is the etheric and astral
    • the hands which work into the brain and mould it. Today anthropology
    • which through our right-handedness has been strongly developed can
    • be relieved from without by the use of the left hand — a thing
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  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of Raphael in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • with the outer world. And on the other hand stirring event that had
    • On the other hand, the
    • to everything of a cosmic nature, worked hand-in-hand with the Greek
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    • with the outer world. And on the other hand stirring event that had
    • On the other hand, the
    • to everything of a cosmic nature, worked hand-in-hand with the Greek
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    • following impression! On the one hand is Herr von Osten, who does not
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    • which is borrowed from a handicraft, from an art, it is as though he
    • were an expert in that handicraft, in that art. If he describes a battle,
    • stands alone with regard to the human kingdom, and on the other hand
    • stands close to super-sensible, superhuman powers. On the other hand
    • on the other hand, because he can conceal the powers which he has developed,
    • on the other hand, surpasses all that the ordinary powers of the soul
    • of intellect on the one hand, and those forces which to-day we carefully
    • know next to nothing of an external world. On the other hand, the first
    • on the one hand limited, modified by our physical body; that it is as
    • human being sheathed in the physical body. But on the other hand we
  • Title: Lecture: The National Epics With Especial Attention to the Kalevala
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    • which is borrowed from a handicraft, from an art, it is as though he
    • were an expert in that handicraft, in that art. If he describes a battle,
    • stands alone with regard to the human kingdom, and on the other hand
    • stands close to super-sensible, superhuman powers. On the other hand
    • on the other hand, because he can conceal the powers which he has developed,
    • on the other hand, surpasses all that the ordinary powers of the soul
    • of intellect on the one hand, and those forces which to-day we carefully
    • know next to nothing of an external world. On the other hand, the first
    • on the one hand limited, modified by our physical body; that it is as
    • human being sheathed in the physical body. But on the other hand we
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    • works on the one hand and, on the other, reports (not personally
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    • process in the human organism. We can see how, on the one hand, man
    • understand their inner spiritual significance on the one hand, and if
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    • beings, on the other hand, could absorb the etheric nature of man,
    • in spring-time, while on one hand he is exposed to the Ahrimanic
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    • the other hand, all that is in human virtue and human excellence
    • described should find artistic expression, on the one hand, in
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    • autumn only if on the one hand, up above, we have the powerful
    • cosmic iron is held so that at the same time his hand points out to
    • human nutrition, and there they become healing forces. Gabriel hands
    • and has some healing salt-substance, let us say, in his hand,
    • then hands on his vessel to Uriel.
    • feeling a spirit such as Goethe's takes hold of something handed down
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    • Easter is felt by many to be associated on the one hand with
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    • earth. Knowledge of nature, on the other hand, transcends such
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    • Thus we have on the one hand the moon's rhythmic oscillation
    • allowed to work. For the etheric body, on the other hand,
    • Through the spring Mysteries, on the other hand, humanity
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    • on the one hand we can state theoretically that the moon
    • realize on the other hand that ancient religions reverenced
    • can transform myself, take myself in hand, depends upon the
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    • other hand, those forces which (so long as the moon was within
    • the other hand, that which streams spiritually from the moon,
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    • verschiedenen handschriftlichen Niederschriften (vgl die
    • kann sich aber wohl nur um das «AUM» handeln, denn
    • behandeln.
    • dem Stillstand der Sonne handeln, nicht verboten sei.
    • handelte (vgl Seite 322 f)
    • Theosophischen Gesellschaft» behandelt wurden.
    • Ausfluß ungläubiger Gesinnung behandeln»
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  • Title: Das Fünfte Evangelium: Erster Vortrag, Kristiania (Oslo), 1. Oktober 1913
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    • vorhanden. Aber es wird gewiß in Zukunftstagen der
    • Menschheit auch in ganz bestimmter Niederschrift vorhanden
    • Jahrhundert dasjenige, was vorhanden ist an
    • die Hand nimmt, gar nicht vorhanden wären,
    • Impulse heraus gehandelt. Derjenige
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    • außerhalb der Erde vorhanden war: die allwaltende Liebe, die kosmische Liebe.
    • nur im Kosmos vorhanden war, in dem
    • handelt, Bilder, die sich auf die
  • Title: Das Fünfte Evangelium: Dritter Vortrag, Kristiania (Oslo), 3. Oktober 1913
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    • fassen, um was es sich dabei handelt. Aber wir
    • hören möchten. — So behandelt Renan das
  • Title: Das Fünfte Evangelium: Vierter Vortrag, Kristiania (Oslo), 5. Oktober 1913
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    • veranlaßt durch sein Handwerk, teilweise durch
    • Was an solchen Kultstätten vorhanden
    • wie durch die Opferhandlung mancherlei dämonische Wesen herangezogen wurden.
    • Bekenner, die an solchen Kultushandlungen teilnahmen. Aus leicht begreiflichen
    • diesen Kultushandlungen, und in die betenden Menschen
    • Inspirationen verlorengingen; dann hatte er gesehen, wie die Kulte und Opferhandlungen, anstatt die
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    • In diesem Vortragszyklus handelt es sich darum, es
    • pietätvollen Weise zu behandeln.
    • Weise handelten. Vielleicht werden allen einmal die
    • gegeben ist, richtig behandeln. Nehmen Sie es mit,
    • Zweigen, aber sagen Sie den Leuten, wie es behandelt werden
    • nicht vorhanden und, was schlimmer
    • ist, man merkt es nicht, daß er nicht vorhanden ist. Behandeln Sie das, was hier mit dem
    • den Zweigen pietätvoll behandelt wird. Nicht aus Egoismus
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    • handelt sich ja darum, daß wir
    • wirklich handelt. Handelt es sich
    • früheren Zeiträumen vorhanden gewesen seien; obwohl
    • sondern es handelt sich um etwas ganz
    • weiten Erdenumkreis es verstanden hätte. Denn es handelt
    • wieder ein geringerer Grad von Hellsichtigkeit vorhanden. Dann
    • Geist handelt, sich heute so leicht
    • ist es nicht so ernst gemeint. — Aber darum handelt es
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    • Opferhandlungen an dem Altar versammelt
    • heidnische Opferhandlungen abstammten von dem, was in den alten Heidenzeiten und an guten
    • können mit der Opferschale in der Hand und Almosen
    • seiner Zeit vorhanden waren, das hatte der Jesus von Nazareth
    • unserer Zeit vorhanden. Daher möchte ich
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    • seinem Geistleibe, verhandelte mit uns und
    • herum und arbeitete im Schreinerhandwerk.
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    • Bedingungen dazu vorhanden wären, um sie
    • Menschen zu behandeln, zum Ausdruck brachte, wie wirkliche Weisheit jeglicher Art in der
    • Behandlung anderer Menschen — dem Hillel wurde sie
    • Kulthandlungen waren ja die
    • Kulthandlungen in uralt heiligen Zeiten
    • diese Opferhandlungen in Dekadenz
    • leichter darüber verständigen können, um was es sich handelt.
    • um den es sich handelte, weil er durch
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    • zu behandeln und es eine reine
    • der Menschheitsentwickelung war, wie eine Urweisheit vorhanden
    • in die andere Seele vorhanden war. Wie das Hinübergehen eines Fluidums des Wohlwollens, der
    • Schreinerhandwerk oder Zimmermannshandwerk war es, das er
    • Lebensjahre. Da wanderte er viel herum, arbeitete da und dort in dem Handwerk, das er
    • ursprünglichen heiligen Art die Urweisheit des Heidentums in den Opferhandlungen der
    • Heiden noch vorhanden war. Ihm
    • Mysterienhandlung. An diesen Opferstätten ergossen sich,
    • Gestalt vorhanden war, da ergossen sich hinein die Mächte
    • wurden, dann strömten herab in die Opferhandlungen hinein
    • Opferhandlungen hineinströmten die guten Mächte, lebten jetzt dämonische
    • Schmerzes, daß er sich sagen konnte: Einstmals hatten die Heiden Kulthandlungen,
    • vorhanden war, was ich geschildert
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    • Lebenskräfte mehr vorhanden; die ererbten Kräfte der Götter sind
    • vorhanden. So wirkte Christus zunächst nur als Kraft, nicht als Lehrer. Aber
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    • heidnischen Opfern und Kulthandlungen gute geistige
    • Seele barg, behandelte man ihn in dem Orden mit großem Vertrauen. Vieles was sonst
    • den Weltgeheimnissen handelt in ihrer Wirkung
    • vorhanden sei, was Kräfte der
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    • Neigung vorhanden in weiteren Kreisen, sich zu befassen mit den niedergehenden Kulturelementen
    • Forschung heute noch mit einer gewissen Pietät behandelt werden müssen. Unsere Zeit
    • ist in unserer Zeit nicht vorhanden
    • darum handelt, Dinge zu behandeln,
    • in dieser auch erhalten wird. Damit aber, daß dies von ihm so gehandhabt wird, ist ein
    • behandelt und kann nicht bloß geistig
    • behandelt werden. Diese Dinge hängen zusammen mit diesem täglichen Brot. In
    • bedeutende Wolkenverfinsterung gehandelt haben. Aber es ist
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    • den Gebärden, den Handlungen, kurz in alledem, was man sehen und hören konnte. Ein
    • arbeitete fleißig im Schreinerhandwerk seines Vaters. Aber während er
    • verschiedenen Familien, bei verschiedenen Handwerkern seines
    • Handwerks Palästina und auch umliegende heidnische
    • Kulthandlungen der Heiden, wie in den heidnischen
    • Schande fühlte, daß ich jetzt die Offenbarung
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    • nur darum handeln, mit wenig Worten eine
    • Bewußtsein der Archai handelt. Man muß auch da seelisch zermalmt werden und
    • den Seelen vorhanden ist. Diese ist
    • sind, zu bedienen. Es handelt sich
    • Sonnenfinsternis oder um eine mächtige Wolkenverfinsterung handelte, aber eine solche
    • zum Beispiel einer Handbewegung der Willensentschluß und
    • größte Notwendigkeit vorhanden, daß solche Tatsachen gerade jetzt in
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    • noch an alten hellseherischen Kräften vorhanden
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    • Handlungen und Begebenheiten. Sie
    • zu dem Gotte vorhanden war, der der Gott
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    • with confidence that those into whose hands the volume finds
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    • handicraft and partly owing to other circumstances, he
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    • understood by more or less perfect organs. Take on the one hand our
    • have our hands. When we intend to do something with our hands, we
    • have the thought: I stretch out my hand, I take the vase, I draw back
    • my hand. What have I done ? I have stretched out not only the
    • physical hand, but also the ethereal and the astral hand, and a part
    • of my ego; the physical hand went with them.
    • the skull. Just as my ethereal and astral hand belongs to my physical
    • hand, something ethereal and astral belongs to the brain. The brain
    • cannot follow, but the hands can follow. In a later time the hands
    • part. Hands are on the way to become what the brain is already. In
    • through more stages of evolution. The hands are on the way to become
    • already at rest. If we do anything with our hands, we must use part
    • of our strength in the movement of the hand. If we form a wise
    • life asks from us, but when we are prepared to take ourselves in hand
    • entirely through our body. But if we take our desire in hand, if we
    • of the hand, and so on.
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    • understood by more or less perfect organs. Take on the one hand our
    • have our hands. When we intend to do something with our hands, we
    • have the thought: I stretch out my hand, I take the vase, I draw back
    • my hand. What have I done ? I have stretched out not only the
    • physical hand, but also the ethereal and the astral hand, and a part
    • of my ego; the physical hand went with them.
    • the skull. Just as my ethereal and astral hand belongs to my physical
    • hand, something ethereal and astral belongs to the brain. The brain
    • cannot follow, but the hands can follow. In a later time the hands
    • part. Hands are on the way to become what the brain is already. In
    • through more stages of evolution. The hands are on the way to become
    • already at rest. If we do anything with our hands, we must use part
    • of our strength in the movement of the hand. If we form a wise
    • life asks from us, but when we are prepared to take ourselves in hand
    • entirely through our body. But if we take our desire in hand, if we
    • of the hand, and so on.
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    • hand and Russia and the Communist countries on the other. At
    • that most of these were taken down in shorthand and afterwards
    • human consciousness. On the one hand such an evolution
    • on the other hand that structure, and the changes which it
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    • hand it has resulted in something extremely positive.
    • the other hand, that because it cannot itself arrive
    • my hand were conscious, what would it think about itself?
    • ideas with one another. When, on the other hand, we have
    • reality must take in hand, if I may use this somewhat coarse
    • connected with such self-discipline. If you take in hand the
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    • hand, tells us: First there exists in us the thought or
    • concept of this arm-lifting or hand-movement. How this
    • the one hand, psychology looks at the mind and asks: What is
    • corporeal? In looking at the physical, on the other hand, and
    • handed over to theology, physiology, aesthetics and social
    • exercises of the will, through which we so take in hand
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    • hand, and for achieving human freedom on the other, differs
    • actually developed from the handling of language. Anyone with a
    • experience. In forming the muscle, the bent arm, the hand, he
    • Greece we find on the one hand this unity of art and science,
    • and on the other hand the religious life to which the Greek
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    • hand we know that the material forms operating within us are
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    • one hand the continual advance of the self into the outside
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    • other hand, I do not believe that any party is completely
    • configurations are still present. On the other hand, man owes
    • effect is as if we seized his hand and clamped it so that it
    • handle the children at each age not only in such a way that
    • things thus confront modern man. On the one hand, he must now
    • powers. On the other hand, in the course of the last three or
    • within is especially inclined to say, on the other hand: faced
    • been afforded close at hand. Of all the objections put to me
    • be done in this way may be good; yet on the other hand, men
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    • the one hand, therefore, there existed a complete
    • structures appropriate to it. On the one hand, we can see the
    • other hand we can also see how everything appertaining to
    • needed can be seen on the one hand from the sociological tone
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    • personality is not as yet found in Asia. If on the other hand
    • on the one hand, and healing, on the other. For early Oriental
    • appearance along with technology, on the other hand, impinges
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    • and know how to handle them in such a way that, out of your
    • on the other hand, we go to people with a philosophy of life
    • among the most uneducated classes. While on the one hand the
    • lecture begins, I let them hand it up to me or tell me, so that
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    • the one hand, then, there exists a definite sense of man's
    • himself. On the other hand, we do continually attempt to derive
    • life, on the one hand, and economic life, on the other. Men
    • forward to hand over spiritual life, and with it schools, to
    • is a necessary feature of modem life, while on the other hand,
    • tendency, on the one hand to develop the constructive forces
    • other hand to give rise to crises because capitalism results in
    • individual does not have to adopt something handed out from a
    • three quintessential human ideals? Yet on the other hand
  • Title: Lecture: Pythic, Prophetic and Spiritual-Scientific Clairvoyance
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    • it in your mind. But how the ego and astral body flow into the hand,
    • would follow what takes place in your hand, right into all the
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    • it in your mind. But how the ego and astral body flow into the hand,
    • would follow what takes place in your hand, right into all the
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    • flow into the hand — how the will spreads out there — you can
    • impulse, you would be able to follow what takes place in your hand,
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    • flow into the hand — how the will spreads out there — you can
    • impulse, you would be able to follow what takes place in your hand,
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    • the other hand, the nervous system separates from the whole
    • before. On the other hand the other principles are more
    • example, that whereas normally one has oneself in hand, as it
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    • could refrain from eating meat. On the other hand, serious
    • hand or fatty substance on the other if the Spirits of Form and
    • comprehensible that when tea-drinking gets the upper hand, it
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    • not become part of one's soul, as it were. On the other hand,
    • hand, he will certainly set to work severely on himself, so
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    • hand, the choleric person resists — and that is the
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    • filling one from above downwards. On the other hand, a student
    • hand, he may experience this etheric world wrongly, in a
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    • the one hand, we had the physical body and etheric body, and on
    • in this mighty structure. On the one hand now appears Lucifer,
    • they turned into good, forming the limbs, hands, feet, and
    • man to use this shrivelled-up Paradise by means of his hands
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    • food to be handed? It is really to be handed — as appears
    • really to be handed to the human being who has obtained the
    • of the legend it is delicately indicated that on the one hand
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    • forces of attraction. But, on the other hand, he feels
    • upper hand, and the student has trained himself correctly if at
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    • reasoning intellectual nature of man would get the upper hand
    • literally to a very, very limited extent. On the other hand, in
    • other hand, prior to that time the remainder of the human
    • quite shadowy. On the other hand, the rest of the organisation
    • Therefore, on the one hand he is the Spirit of Beauty, and on
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    • soul parallel with his occult development, on the one hand
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    • those impulses into his soul which one gets if on the one hand,
    • hand, all that is ugly, bad and untrue. Now we know that
    • stand on a firm substantial point. On the other hand, a men is
    • hand, it requires courage to admit that true certainty only
    • substantiate Christianity, so on the other hand in Saint-Simon
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    • those impulses into his soul which one gets if on the one hand,
    • hand, all that is ugly, bad and untrue. Now we know that
    • stand on a firm substantial point. On the other hand, a men is
    • hand, it requires courage to admit that true certainty only
    • substantiate Christianity, so on the other hand in Saint-Simon
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    • enough to handle at your desk.”
    • the other hand, that outside this earthly life everyone is
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    • enough to handle at your desk.”
    • the other hand, that outside this earthly life everyone is
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    • mysteries, however close at hand, but is only desiring to
    • on the other hand, we had to keep ourselves unsullied by
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    • mysteries, however close at hand, but is only desiring to
    • on the other hand, we had to keep ourselves unsullied by
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    • himself on the other hand up to the point where he comes into touch
    • when he stretches out his hand and its shadow falls across the
    • hand!’
    • Man then says: ‘The time is at hand!’ So what we have
    • the three missing fruits. She must therefore put her hand into the
    • but notices that her hand as far as it is immersed in the River has
    • might become a fact. The hand will gradually dwindle and finally
    • prefers, however, to have a visible hand, even if it is useless. If
    • handsome Youth, who, however, as he says, has lost all his
    • ‘The Sword on the left hand, the right free,’ —
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    • But on the other hand Spiritual Science is far from
    • On the other hand in the Youth, after he receives the three gifts
    • Lily. Thus we know that everything derived on one hand from the
    • without strength, stretches out his hand at dusk, and its shadow
    • ‘The Time is at Hand.’
    • ‘The time is at hand!’ It is that soul-power which
    • by the Brazen King to the Youth: ‘The Sword in the left hand,
    • right hand free to work the self out of human nature.
    • regions of spiritual abstractions, but which handles everything
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    • handed it to his faithful secretary Eckermann and prepared his
    • was previously hidden in handwriting, was now published in print,
    • ‘Thus at Time's loom 'tis my hand prepares
    • in ‘Faust’ in 1808 he sent out beforehand the
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    • Mephistopheles himself has a hand in it, and we are told in
    • handbook how the soul leaves the body. Goethe is further. He knows
    • garb which was the handiest in his day, as
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    • bounded by the rest of Cosmic space; while on the other hand
    • have before us. On the other hand, what we have as a
    • their legs and feet, or of their arms and hands. They
    • what I experience as the forces of my arms and hands, of my
    • hands, was expressed by saying: Venus works in me. Pointing out
    • head, chest, heart and limbs, one would see on every hand small
    • threads of memory. They, on the other hand, would have been
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    • town, bricks and mortar meet his gaze on every hand. When he
    • one hand he was, as we now say, resting his body, the spiritual
    • feel how God works in his hand, in his very fingers, works in
    • hand see how it was accepted in those times as something quite
    • one hand the Initiate learned to experience Asia as
    • other hand, however, he had this death within him. And so in
    • had no need to seek death at the hands of a foreign race in
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    • dual nature, — that he has on the one hand the
    • other hand, the physical-and-etheric into which substances of
    • hands and that complaints against the Mystery came from so
    • in each other. If, on the other hand, they show themselves
    • so these two personalities were able on the one hand to judge
    • other hand, to judge how the things external to man on the
  • Title: World History: Lecture IV: Atlantean Wisdom in the Mysteries of Hibernia, Gilgamish and Eabani at Ephesus, Logos Mysteries of Artemis at Ephesus
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    • tell him of what is nearest at hand, of what is in his
    • we must turn our thoughts to a time when on the one hand the
    • hand Greece itself was already beginning to decline; and we
    • puerile, compared to the real truth! On the other hand we have
    • on the one hand far back into the past, and on the other hand
    • human being by touching him, let us say by drawing your hand
    • the experience that was his on the other hand in going westward
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    • Towards the animals, on the other hand, man had a different
    • that man had, feeling his relationship on the one hand with the
    • plant world and on the other hand with the world of animals. In
    • the World-All. In Greece, on the other hand, the character of
    • to approach the Gods. So that on the one hand, in the content
    • the Ancient East, whilst on the other hand it was already
    • Hellenic and Oriental civilisations. On every hand he founds
    • — be it only in a faltering hand instead of in large
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    • remind man of the spiritual life. With Rome on the other hand
    • the spirit, is no longer perceived by man, it is merely handed
    • hands. For these demonic beings had determined to let nothing
    • have therefore these two streams. On the one hand we have
    • the full, world-historic sense unless we can on the one hand
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    • watch-mechanic to know that the watch he has in his hand
    • the one hand, therefore we have the earthly substances, subject
    • nourishment. The example of the bee lies near at hand. The bee
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    • such Rosicrucian masters lived were prepared before-hand in a
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    • arrogance, only they are not aware of it. On the other hand
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    • on the other hand, knowledge of the spiritual is declined, by
    • belief are handed down from ancient times. It is not known that
    • in the traditions, in what has been handed down. If they are
    • completely in hand. Can a higher, a second awakening, be
    • another. On the one hand we can regard this as a destiny that
    • custom, with pencil in hand, to write down, to formulate,
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    • on the other hand, knowledge of the spiritual is declined, by
    • belief are handed down from ancient times. It is not known that
    • in the traditions, in what has been handed down. If they are
    • completely in hand. Can a higher, a second awakening, be
    • another. On the one hand we can regard this as a destiny that
    • custom, with pencil in hand, to write down, to formulate,
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    • which one takes in ones hand and gives blows with it; so should we
    • himself, that his hands and his whole body is himself. Wrongfully
    • ourselves, is no cleverer than to hold your hand before a mirror
    • and believe that the mirror is producing your hand. Yet the whole
    • this Duality up to a certain point; experiencing on the one hand
    • moral or otherwise, can be realised. On the other hand, man is
    • admits that on the other hand man is living towards Spirituality.
    • quoting what has been said. Thus, on the one hand the English
    • the other hand that English Spiritualism
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    • which one takes in ones hand and gives blows with it; so should we
    • himself, that his hands and his whole body is himself. Wrongfully
    • ourselves, is no cleverer than to hold your hand before a mirror
    • and believe that the mirror is producing your hand. Yet the whole
    • this Duality up to a certain point; experiencing on the one hand
    • moral or otherwise, can be realised. On the other hand, man is
    • admits that on the other hand man is living towards Spirituality.
    • quoting what has been said. Thus, on the one hand the English
    • the other hand that English Spiritualism
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    • summer, namely, the Christmas festival. On the other handy I
    • hand it is essential for our own cycle of time, which follows
    • depths of being, On the other hand, spiritual science is
    • truth, in what appears as knowledge on the one hand, and on
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    • hand it is essential for our own cycle of time, which follows
    • depths of being, On the other hand, spiritual science is
    • truth, in what appears as knowledge on the one hand, and on
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    • inclusive of the arms and hands. It is to a certain extent as
    • the heart, arms and hands. This raising or up-lifting of
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    • inclusive of the arms and hands. It is to a certain extent as
    • the heart, arms and hands. This raising or up-lifting of
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    • the other hand, he errs on the side of cowardice, he hardens
    • world; on the other hand, he may degenerate not merely in
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • we may say: Whereas, on the one hand, the gods of
    • instinctive valour and bravery, so, on the other hand, love
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    • the other hand, he errs on the side of cowardice, he hardens
    • world; on the other hand, he may degenerate not merely in
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • we may say: Whereas, on the one hand, the gods of
    • instinctive valour and bravery, so, on the other hand, love
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    • hands, as if playing mythological roles, become soul-endowed,
    • hand he slapped his servant on the face. Goethe's enthusiasm
    • day a book came into his hands that is, indeed, badly written
    • Autobiography of the Iron-handed Gottfried of Berlichingen,
    • The History of Gottfried of Berlichingen with the Iron Hand,
    • public life, the laws and statutes had been handed down like an
    • Then he weeps hot tears into his handkerchief over the discord
    • that, on the one hand, it was possible for Goethe to be bound
    • hand, what he was writing about cleansed his soul and at the
    • life: on the one hand, the sentimentality of Werther, on
    • Man stands, on the one hand, within sensory nature, said
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    • The History of the Iron-handed Gottfried of Berlichingen,
    • You see, this soft and almost timid handling of
    • handed down to us, when he must simply recognize the fact that
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    • hand to move, for example; this is sheer nonsense. It exists
    • for the purpose of perceiving my hand's movement from within.
    • other hand, certain objections have rightly been raised. If we
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    • more chaotic conditions. Everything tends to be handed over
    • earlier handicraft life with the factory life of today, we are
    • motion he must move his hand this way, that way, and another
    • adjusted beforehand to respond to it, will be set in motion.
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    • sentiment in this heart. On the one hand, he is a man fully
    • in hand the threads of their karma, guiding and directing them
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    • time, in the way he walks, in the movements of his hands, in
    • external physical reality. On the other hand, the bourgeois
    • traditions handed down from ancient times and derived from
    • hand, traditional occult knowledge and, on the other, comes out
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    • three great works I have on my hands so that I may publish
    • animal to the point of causing him to lick the hand that
    • procuresses thrust into my hands. Finally, I climbed aboard one
    • picture postcards and, with a sleight-of-hand rapidity, put
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    • know why certain things have been handed down. At best, they
    • know they have been handed down but they scarcely know why.
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    • rushes through the world with a sword in his hand that he
    • within the framework of the considerations at hand.
    • constellations at hand, one very sorry occult brotherhood is
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    • your hands and legs do now — make a picture of what they
    • you do anything with your hands this is done at another
    • other beings. If you would paint all that your hands and legs
    • do, if you would draw a picture of what your hands and feet,
    • hands, legs and feet are extraordinarily instructive about
    • mankind's evolution of the old hand-weaving; that from the
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    • one hand young children die and on the other hand people grow
    • hands, legs, feet of your previous incarnation, and what you
    • now have as arms, hands, legs and feet will be changed into
    • feet behind, my arms and hands too; I do not take them into
    • that you actually leave behind your legs, feet, hands, arms.
    • hands, legs and feet, are not your arms, hands, legs and feet
    • arms, hands, feet and legs. This again is a difficult idea
    • but it is true. Suppose that here you have arms, hands, feet
    • forces. Now please to think that your arms, hands, legs and
    • Your arms and hands, legs and feet are not visible, they are
    • you. You say: I have hands and feet. Anyone who sees into the
    • spiritual world does not say: I have hands and feet, he says;
    • thoughts, and their thoughts are my arms and hands, my legs
    • the Kyriotetes. And where you see arms, hands, feet, legs,
    • the spirits of wisdom. That gives us arms and hands, legs and
    • my arms and hands, my feet and legs are given over to the
    • my arms and legs, hands and feet begins there and comes to
    • arms and legs, hands and feet become the head of my next
    • content; for the ordinary self is in the hands of Maya, is
    • and fidgets with its hands, and eats and drinks all manner of
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    • die aber auch sonst vorhanden ist, die ist okkultistisch ganz
    • das, was ja sonst auch vorhanden ist, durch das veränderte
    • durchzuführen. Mehr als auf jedem anderen Gebiete handelt
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    • Vorliebe, die da für Zuckersubstanz vorhanden ist; aber es
    • überhand nimmt, er in einer gewissen Weise eine
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    • nur noch ein letzter Nachklang vorhanden ist von demjenigen,
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    • Weltendasein wichtig ist, überhaupt vorhanden ist, so tut
    • eine Schande, da du ein gewisses Quantum von Weisheit doch in
    • Gesprochenen ein: etwas wie eine innere Schande, wenn er etwas
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    • was es sich handelt, niemals kommen; denn das muß im
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    • das vorhanden sein, was du jetzt mit hellseherischem Blick vor
    • nächsten Tagen aufklären, um was es sich da handelt
    • nun handelt es sich darum: Ja, wer hat die Schuld an diesem
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    • really handsome cut of hair!’ And he said it in such a
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    • and how very quickly the money was to hand, when a million
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    • — would have held out a hand, would have shown us some
    • hand-in-glove with the proletariatell Not the least
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    • there it is a case of handling them really practically. And
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    • contrary, we have to take ourselves in hand and say: Some ideas
    • the other hand, there is the fact that among all the other
    • development. We ourselves must take the soul in hand, and
    • supports it. On the one hand, we feel that with our
    • pictures exist; on the other hand, we feel bound to the
    • soul. Imaginations, on the other hand, are processes which take
    • ambling on when I have ceased to think! On the other hand, it
    • his arms and hands, his legs and feet, is not only different in
    • arms and hands, feet and legs, and see how these are continued
    • the one hand, what exists before birth, before conception,
    • into our limb organism. Thus on the one hand we are endowed
    • basis of the organism of our extremities is, on the other hand,
    • on the other hand we have to progress toward purely intuitive
    • ourselves rigorously in hand if we are to succeed in
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    • great difference — on the one hand a personal
    • your limbs and hands, — all this proceeds in a sleeping
    • that what develops in our souls goes hand in hand with our
    • mentioned previously how in looking at thinking on the one hand
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    • become more skilled, our hands become more alive so that we not
    • spirit, arrives at is that on the one hand he feels his
    • world. On the one hand we have seen that in order to reach this
    • on the one hand is similar to the state of sleep, but which on
    • the other hand is so radically different from it that one could
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    • the one hand, and with the will on the. other. Between these
    • for example, the movement of the arm or hand, which is carried
    • raise and move the arm or hand. How this thought then dives
    • hand which has been raised; of what happens between the first
    • in hand, by deciding, for example: “You will overcome
    • sides; on the one hand, of Unbornness, and on the other side,
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    • remember back to, we see on the other hand life bordered by
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    • other hand, some of it certainly contains the making of
    • enjoys the work of your hands on exactly the same conditions as
    • view of self-interest. — If, on the other hand, I buy a
    • understanding if, on the other hand, the impulses to be found
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    • the other hand, said, “I gladly serve my friends, yet
    • Ethos of earthly civilisation. But, on the other hand, it is
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    • beings, on the other hand, if we may so express it, could not
    • other hand, being entirely devoted to the life on Earth, is a
    • hand the Ahrimanic beings have also united themselves with
    • future lives; one cannot get those beforehand. One can only,
    • the other hand, to absorb themselves in dry, barren
    • hand, men can decide to pass over into that super-intellectual
    • already on the one hand, how more and more the Western
    • into his body. On the other hand, from the East we see the
    • equilibrium between Light on the one hand and gravity on the
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    • hands and that he has caught at the idea of a threefold
    • among the various religions handed down from olden times.
    • wisely on the one hand, on the other hand they must be
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    • hands (in prayer or veneration) For the power to bless in old
    • age arises out of the folding of the hands in prayer in
    • blessing and the folding of the hands in prayer as grey hair
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    • saying: “At ten minutes to nine one hand of the clock
    • hands, in conjunction with the mechanism of the clock, drove
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    • more or less represent two different types. On the one hand
    • other hand, the overcoming brought about when, through
    • in our time satisfaction through art. On the other hand there
    • hand we have to admit that everything contained in light
    • grotesque effect, although on the other hand it promotes a
    • killed but maltreated beforehand. This deadening process
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  • Title: Lecture: Human Knowledge and Its Significance for Man and the Cosmos
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    • acquired of the outer world must be given into the hands of the Gods.
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    • the other hand, he errs on the side of cowardice, he hardens
    • world; on the other hand, he may degenerate not merely in
    • moral impulses could penetrate; and on the other hand,
    • we may say: Whereas, on the one hand, the gods of
    • instinctive valour and bravery, so, on the other hand, love
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    • handed down in the Old Testament give the human being no
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    • social-political order, the handling of the economic affairs were
    • more relationship of rights between man and man and the handling of
    • the spirit, the control of rights and of the state, the handling of
    • rights, and not be torn out of this entity in the handling of economic
    • The unity between the spiritual life, human rights, and the handling of
    • Orient, willed by the Spirit, bears with reference to the handling of
    • element in the handling of economic affairs. It is possible to produce
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    • social-political order, the handling of the economic affairs were
    • more relationship of rights between man and man and the handling of
    • the spirit, the control of rights and of the state, the handling of
    • rights, and not be torn out of this entity in the handling of economic
    • The unity between the spiritual life, human rights, and the handling of
    • Orient, willed by the Spirit, bears with reference to the handling of
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  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture I: What Does the Human Being Find in Theosophy?
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    • man is physical heredity. Because I have a weak body, my hands will
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  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture VIII: Friedrich Nietzsche in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • and on the other hand in a soul movement. Therefore, he also mocks Socrates
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    • handed over a part of his being to the coarser materiality. From this
    • takes place in such a way that the human being again hands over a part
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    • he then holds all its parts within his hand
    • on two incomplete transripts which were complemented with handwritten
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    • her hand in it. Her hand becomes smaller and smaller and black and,
    • feeling; if the woman brings the toll, she will receive her hand again.
    • hand free! The silver king presents the sceptre to him, speaking: graze
    • of nothing with his body; his hands lift no straw, his shoulders would
    • shouts: “the sword to the left, the right hand free!” In
    • the left hand that should be which represents the human strength, where
    • it does not serve quarrel, but only defence. The right hand should be
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    • a yellow and a green one. They change in his hand into precious stones
    • disappear from him; the fourth female being appears, dances on his hand
    • hat and sword. Led by the hand of the old man, he sees even more marvellous
    • that he has had dancing on his hand and which has escaped from him.
    • previous life. There the master took him also with the hand and led
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    • hand with this development, the development of the so-called uni-sexuality.
    • it existed in an older time. We want to take an idea in hand which makes
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    • which we peruse, put aside and take in hand again after some time to
    • take it in hand et etcetera to understand it better and better. He says
    • human being takes a book in hand again and again, the soul returns repeatedly
    • both, a harmony between propensity and passion on the one hand and duty
    • a way expels the spirit, then he has the parts in his hands “however,
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    • which one perceives with the senses, can grasp with the hands is the
    • is theology? It is the science of the divine as it is handed down since
    • was handed down comes basically from a much later time than it is normally
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    • booklet in hand: The Self-Sufficient Trading State by Johann
    • lend a hand in certain fields if we expected anything only in the least
  • Title: Origin and Destination of Humanity: Lecture XXII: The Medical Faculty and Theosophy
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    • evaluation of the sagas and myths handed down since ancient
    • Hand in hand
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    • complete destruction had it gained the upper hand. But it
    • between pain and suffering on the one hand, and knowledge and
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    • with awe and veneration; he turns the handle, enters the room
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    • of these pills as she could lay her hands on. It was
    • who can heal through the laying on of hands. Wisdom pours
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    • fragments, lost through betrayal into public hands. Not only
    • gesture of a hand, is the expression of a person's soul life,
    • Thus at time's humming loom 'tis my hand prepares
    • they often handle, and is found all over the world. It is
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    • to go hand in hand; both became egoistical when they ceased
    • the other hand, Wagner regarded the symphonist, the pure
    • art, on the other hand, when refusing to collaborate with
    • of the Brahman caste, was loved by a Tschandala maiden;
    • then of the Tschandala caste. Thus, she too was a victor. She
    • nature. On the one hand Wagner recognized that human beings
    • the Holy Grail. On the one hand stands the belief that
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    • handed down by word of mouth, of the rules of initiation.
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    • spirituality on the one hand (a spirituality which had
    • condensed itself into a belief in ghosts), and on the other hand
    • my arm, I will move my hand,” he does not really know
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    • are 4 times slower here than with the hand. That is the way namely,
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    • menschlichen Handeln (Vol. 166 in the Bibliographic
    • menschlichen Handeln. English]
    • Weltengeschehen und im menschlichen Handeln.
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    • agree with me that each number in the right-hand column is in
    • the left-hand column too. I can underline 2, 4, 6, 8,
    • right-hand side, I can write 2, 4, 6, 8, and so on into
    • despite the varying times of sunset the hand always showed
    • of my moving my hand, the physical movement is only part of the
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    • this folk tale we feel that on the one hand there was a sensing
    • the one hand, we receive impressions from the physical plane,
    • and on the other hand we receive impressions from the
    • the one hand we are in the physical world, and in this world it
    • effect. On the other hand, however, we can receive direct
    • all his accessories — hands and feet, head and posterior.
    • look out upon nature. On the one hand, we see rigid necessity;
    • you now put your hand on a solid object, what does that mean?
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    • it to be what has happened immediately beforehand, the
    • that the two people had arranged five days beforehand that they
    • in our development only if we handle necessity properly.
    • Why? Is there a right way of handling things in this area? In
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    • the other hand, if you have an action that does not fit the
    • hand to descend to the unconsciousness of animals. Whenever a
    • animality in human beings. On the other hand, however, we also
    • this way, but will leave everything in life's hands. You will
    • rejuvenated that we can hand it over to the whole world, where
    • beyond death. On the other hand, with regard to everything we
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    • coming in feels like hitting our hand against a solid object,
    • that what comes later is prepared beforehand know that
    • counteracted by the efforts people make: on the one hand,
    • become aware once more of the aura, and on the other hand,
    • external physical plane. On the other hand, there are
    • public very recently. On the one hand, there were the dreamers
    • stand in our life of soul. On the one hand, there is dreaming,
    • science, and on the other hand, there is intoxication, which
    • to the development of thinking on the one hand and the
    • and then the movement of my hand. That is all.
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    • (literally “left-handed”). What are clumsy
    • people? You see, what we try to do with the left hand when we
    • are not naturally left-handed we usually do awkwardly, not
    • left hand then he is clumsy. The basis of the description
    • everything as I myself do when I use my left hand”; no
    • as I do when I use my left hand.” From that arises,
    • left-handed and the right-handed, what is done with the right
    • hand and. what with the left. And what is right-handed
    • not with the left hand.
    • regulate a clock, you will not wind with the left hand, but
    • winding from left to right accomplished with the right hand
    • you must think with your very hands. Try with the most
    • so—sluggards, men who go round with their hands in
    • together and the hands in the pockets, and withdrawing
    • they have a left and a right hand, or two eyes. And in
    • not possess two hands so that we can grip one with the other
    • hand with the other, the like with like, that the conception
    • we can cross the left hand with the right, as we experience
    • the hands. And we have two eyes which we can cross for the
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    • other hand, language plays in men's international operation
    • slave to the dictionary for a slave to any other handbook
    • hand, my dear friends, it is extraordinarily difficult to
    • knowledge. Certainly on the one hand there will gradually
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    • which we have the hands. If we decide to do something with the
    • hands, we have the thought: I stretch the hand, I take the
    • vase, and I pull back the hand. What have I done there? I
    • stretched not only the physical hand, but also the etheric one
    • and the astral hand and a limb of my ego, but the physical hand
    • husk. Exactly the same way as my etheric and astral hands
    • hands can follow. In times to come, the hands are also fixed,
    • and we will only be able to move their astral parts. The hands
    • hands are on the way to become similar to the brain, because
    • with the hand, we still must use a part of the forces for the
    • movement of the hand. If we judge anything in wisdom, decide
    • to take in hand ourselves, knowing to intervene where it is
    • through the gate of death, these forces are handed over to the
    • the other hand, the education of children will also bear
    • the movement of the hand et cetera.
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    • — which have been handed over by those who have gone in
    • for many decades, which they have handed over, however, to the
    • to surrender to the requests of war, hands over the forces of
    • know: that what the warrior after death has handed over to the
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    • on the other hand, raise this soul to particular height because
    • wraps your intestine over the hand and pulls all your veins out
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    • hands. If we had succeeded, the president tells in the English
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    • But this people also identify themselves, on the other hand,
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    • shaken my hand; it was a sunny very dear child. In that
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    • breaks the wings, but because he stretches out his hand in his
    • downwards directed hand of the middle figure. He writhes
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    • holding only the cross in our hands, nor only estimating the
    • know, who spread out their blessing and protecting hands about
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    • arm and hand and what is still visible because the fingers of
    • the stretched hand hollowed the rock, as it were. What this
    • hand, so that He breaks the wings of this being so that it
    • Christ figure in the middle turns his right hand downwards.
    • Whereas it turns its left hand upwards, it turns the right hand
    • this; he writhes in pains by that which the hand of Christ
    • evident that Christ raises the hand in compassion, even though
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    • etheric body is handed over to us as a particularly perfect
    • etheric body. The cosmic heavenly forces hand over to us what
    • they have to hand over to us during the life between birth and
    • hands of the human beings in which way the forces are
    • his hands with the fingers, but not this part here, this being
    • atrophied. Because the human representative lifts the left hand
    • downward showing hand of the human representative, Christ. This
    • of the fingers, the way as the hands are formed, is important,
    • could have the idea at first that Christ lifts the left hand up
    • tied up would be emitted by the right downward showing hand
    • Christ. Hence, the downward and upward lifted hands must not
    • Lucifer cannot endure on his part that the hand of Christ
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  • Title: Goetheanism as an Impulse for Man's Transformation - Lecture I: The Difference Between Man and Animal
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    • differs far less from the handed down creeds of individual religions than
    • the other hand, the moment he enters abstraction to pour into his abstract
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    • of the way in which on the one hand the mineral kingdom and plant kingdom,
    • and on the other hand the animal kingdom and human kingdom reveal themselves
    • also in a strange relation to himself. Man is on the one hand a being
    • not simply the handing over of knowledge, but spirit-knowledge is actually
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    • time men have arrived on the one hand at a certain height, where the
    • pagan conception is concerned, and on the other hand at a certain height
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    • of The History of Godfried Von Berlichingen with the Iron Hand,
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    • hand myself which was raised against me.
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    • our most recent times. Or, on the other hand, the element which is to
    • things have gone so far that, on the one hand those who wished to create
    • a hand is to the human organism.
    • on the one hand it is an instrument for thinking and on the other hand
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    • in the eye, in the countenance, in the attitude of the hand, you see
    • on the one hand towards ossification, and on the other hand towards
    • softening, which arises when the blood gains the upper hand, comes from
    • upper hand physiologically in the human being, where feverish phenomena
    • On the other hand it may
    • mysticism to as it were fold the hands and say to oneself: For my soul
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    • for this reason, men had to keep the handling of nature
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    • hand, those who had been strongly impressed by Fichte might
    • on the one hand to the ahrimanic, on the other to the
    • hand in things, was precisely the problem Goethe had so
    • one hand they have a purely mechanical knowledge of nature
    • says Mephistopheles. This on the one hand
    • the other hand concepts drawn from any kind of spiritual
    • in the world as loudly as possible. While on the other hand
    • is lacking, on the other hand we have the inevitable parallel
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    • clearly shown here in the way this scene is handled by Goethe
    • prepares himself beforehand in the female element. And we
    • circulation; and if on the other hand you imagine the
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    • other hand are those who in many ways are caught up in this
    • humanity, — impulses of Illusion upon the one hand, of
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    • poems by a turn of the hand; he plunges deeply into the world
    • upper hand. It is most important that these things should be
    • humanity. For it means handing men over to the forces of
    • why we have two hands, and of what use they are to us, they
    • are. If, for instance, we could not touch the left hand with
    • On the one hand relationship is expressed, on the other we
    • now, what he has of necessity, to be, comes on the one hand
    • with abstract concepts. Having on the one hand scientific
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    • about our having two hands, and the right one be aided by the
    • and left hands and the right and left legs Mould not move and
    • one another and man should be a monism and, thus handicapped,
    • much antagonism, on the one hand to a pure and direct
    • to introduce the perception; and on the other hand to a
    • cannot prick his left hand with theneedle he holds in his
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    • should first be emphasised, on the one hand, that what Goethe
    • “Faust” there is much wisdom. On the other hand,
    • pictures. And now we see that, while on the one hand, Goethe
    • world springs, on the one hand in its mineral, on the other,
  • Title: Problem of Faust: Lecture XII: Goetheanism In Place of Homunculism and Mephistophelianism
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    • as the attainment of a goal if, on the one hand, he thinks as
    • beings we are so constituted that we cannot, on the one hand,
    • like, on the one hand, to avoid the sentimentality of the
    • On the other hand, as long as this resistance is not
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    • supersensible because it doesn't have it. While on the one hand
    • the supersensible, we see on the other hand an insatiable
    • of soul which I actually mean. But I mention beforehand that I
    • there, that we certainly are not; for those are on the one hand
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    • death. - On the other hand they are told: Osiris had only a
    • the hand follows the head, so the masses followed their
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    • obstacles that impeded his progress. On the other hand, we must
    • things: on the one hand, a state of absolute resignation in
    • actual riddles of the universe. On the other hand you will
    • into mine hands,’ he said in an undertone to Sir Benjamin
    • ascendance to the human on the one hand, the sinking into the
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    • personalities who were influenced on the one hand by Arabism,
    • hand they were influenced by Aristotelianism. Let us consider
    • think ‘I think’ in the same measure. On the other hand they
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    • translated from shorthand reports unrevised by the lecturer,
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    • surrounded on all hands by really marvellous technical achievements.
    • realms beyond. On the other hand, through the essentially thriving
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    • On the other hand, consider the life of feeling. It is obvious,
    • the arm or hand is making, but we do not know how the power of
    • On the other hand, it is the will which, at the second meeting
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    • handful of people in the world who must apply all their energy to
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    • interest and sympathy. But on the other hand this thought was
    • they had no choice but to grasp the helping hand which Baron
    • philosophy or of philosophical ideas and notions. On the other hand
    • were, taking each one by the hand to guide him into the spiritual
    • in Goethe's own hand, accompanied sentence by sentence by
    • fresh outlook on the world, should inevitably hold out his hand to
  • Title: Cosmic/Human Metamorphosis: Lecture 1. Materialism and Spirituality.
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    • mankind in relation on the one hand to the Ahrimanic, and on the other
    • hands and that one can see before one in the world of matter. Our
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    • hand be gradually able to strengthen our waking life too. We shall
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    • divided on the one hand into the mechanical natural order, and on the
    • was intended. On the one hand man was to unite himself in the proper
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    • therein. On the other hand, between sleeping and waking, the ego
    • The point is that if, on the other hand, we were now able to develop
    • or antipathy. For it is only when, on the one hand, a man makes
    • hand swears only by the material and the impressions of the external
    • hands in the events of the physical, they cannot accomplish physical
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    • On the other hand we see that standing thus in the twilight, he was
    • shows how on the one hand one may use Mercury, Sulphur and Salt to
    • much might still be brought out of it. Yet on the other hand it was
    • Theosophists just mentioned; while on the other hand we can clearly
    • with a key put in my hand by the Church, which has tested it for many
    •  He digs with eager hands for treasure
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    • in our time fit in very poorly on the one hand with all other
    • happenings of modern civilization around us; and on the other hand
    • on the one hand, the mood which social custom creates nowadays in
    • permeated the Christmas festival. On the other hand, let us compare
    • warmth of the sun, where we could work with our hands during the long
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    • the one hand from that picture out of the
    • of one body were in conflict, the heart with the head, the left hand
    • between a man's right hand and his left. Then you will feel the
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    • of tradition. He knew that what is handed on from generation to
    • handed on to the descendants by the woman, whereas what forms him
    • the one hand you experience the majesty of the world of ideas that is
    • spread out over the All. On the other hand you experience with
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    • my hands in prayer. ‘Hail to Thee!’ cry all the companies
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    • right at his hand. It really does, even if only for a Solovieff, a
    • right at hand was in those ancient times attained by application of
    • right at hand. Europeans prefer the form in which it meets them in
    • today right at hand, even if only by men like those we have named.
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    • effort can today be found right at hand. This is the tragedy of
    • strive for with all their might but which today is right at hand. Try
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    • when a man confronts his physical body, whose hands he can move during
    • impossible to move the eyelids, the legs, the hands, etc. A moment
    • but they are of no use for seeing. On the one hand all things become
    • the hope that anyone would hand, him the objects and entities of the
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    • ease-loving, but on the other hand the fate of lovers of ease is such
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    • on the one hand men can acquire more and more freedom, the Luciferic
    • Viewed thus, we have on the one hand the Kingdom of the Grail, and on
    • matter will ask how a man such as Goethe can on the one hand bear
    • within him certain secrets of the human soul, and on the other hand be
    • the one hand there is the great, high-minded soul who could bring
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    • science had remained the docile hand-maiden of religion. Primordial
    • the upper hand and instinctive feeling was henceforward to live its
    • equal power could contradict or confirm. On the other hand, it is
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    • handsome and intelligent, the other ugly and dull-witted. Both proceed
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    • immortal? It was his sublime intelligence on the one hand, but also his
    • the universe as the hand is united with the rest of the body. The hand
    • Thus at Time's humming loom 'tis my hand prepares
    • bore His Cross. The Spirit must wield the body as the hand wields the
    • The negative invariably goes in hand with the positive. Hence the
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    • say in the opposite direction to the hands of a clock. In the man of
    • usually right-handed? The right hand which is the more active of the
    • two today, is destined subsequently to atrophy. The left hand will
    • the left half of the chest, and the left hand. Such will be the organs
    • side and the right hand. Man will give birth to his like by the force
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    • by the hands of men. At the first stage of Devachan, we are contemplating
    • definite sound or tone. In Genesis, Jehovah takes the hand of
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    • hands — free instruments for action. Besides this, he began
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    • hand, says that in our age man lives in the mineral world.
    • human hand had been laid on the Earth, we find it as it issued from
    • the hands of the Gods. But ever since man began to exercise control
    • imparted by the hand of man.
    • forth from the hands of the Gods. Neither cathedrals nor machines have
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    • hand. The hand moves, but the consciousness of the movement is in the
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    • itself in the features, in the gestures of the hands and in
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    • other hand, are active; they hold objects in their grip. But this activity
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    • changing ideas is somewhat like the relation of the hour-hand of a clock
    • to the quick-moving minute-hand. This is because they depend on the
    • other hand, gets easily interested in anything but he does not stick to
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    • and rock-formation went hand in hand. The human form at that time was
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    • we make contact with some element in a man's soul when we shake hands
    • only through what has been handed down orally in the occult schools.
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    • like the hands of a clock from left to right. These are the sense-organs
    • then perceives it. The lotus-flowers, on the other hand, perceive only
    • keep the six qualities in mind, take his life in hand, and be prepared
    • development the pupil eliminates his own self entirely and hands it over
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    • his hands and feet in a particular position, so that the currents may
    • hand, will retire into a cave and as far as possible will breathe the
    • something which everyone holds in his hand for part of almost every day,
    • the sacred wounds. They do indeed appear on the hands and feet, and
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    • leads its pupils through the following stages, and these go hand in hand
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    • Memory devoid of logic. Mental handicap, idiocy, paranoia. Congenital
    • handling of psychopathological cases. Healing as a divine
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    • two professions working together hand-in-hand. The course will stress
    • for instance, the theologians trying to get their hands into various
    • the other hand, physicians must be clearly aware of the position they
    • the other hand, physicians must develop a special conception of their
    • the Goetheanum will handle with extreme seriousness whatever is going
    • psychopathic cases, cases of mentally handicapped or psychically
    • hand, if the physician is a good physician standing squarely within
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    • is only a physical illness. One could say, on the one hand there can
    • on the other hand its physical counterimage in diseased abdominal
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    • being touched, of having spiritual hands laid upon them, even of
    • opportunity, they would simply put such a biography into the hands of
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    • there wouldn't have to be any dentists. On the other hand, if the
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    • Just as on the one hand he cannot adapt himself to immediate sense
    • coffers, so on the other hand he cannot adapt himself to the
    • On the other hand, the
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    • perversion of the will) and on the other hand the spiritual teachings
    • became a kind of farmhand. Orientals lavish particularly good care on
    • karma. And we must see on the one hand the one-sidedness of that
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    • streams in. On the other hand, in the lymph formation one does not
    • can merely mean anger. On the other hand, what piles up there because
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    • working. On the one hand if we want to understand the structure of
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    • quite a different character. On the one hand we can say the spiritual
    • sun is active in the way  we have indicated; on the other hand
    • come out. When on the other hand the moon forces activate their
    • communion, we find on the one hand what is related to the help the
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    • have on the one hand within the processes of the human physical body
    • processes that lack ego. And we have on the other hand in our outer
    • physical body and the outer mineral world on the one hand, and the
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    • Everything is mixed up in high-handed fashion. One can't think that
    • numbers, as we find them in astrosophy. On the other hand one finds
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    • contemporary psychology as to medicine and theology. On the one hand,
    • are spiritual”; on the other hand, “even the lobe of an
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    • two professions working together hand-in-hand. The course will stress
    • for instance, the theologians trying to get their hands into various
    • the other hand, physicians must be clearly aware of the position they
    • the other hand, physicians must develop a special conception of their
    • the Goetheanum will handle with extreme seriousness whatever is going
    • psychopathic cases, cases of mentally handicapped or psychically
    • hand, if the physician is a good physician standing squarely within
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    • on the other hand its physical counterimage in diseased abdominal
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    • being touched, of having spiritual hands laid upon them, even of
    • opportunity, they would simply put such a biography into the hands of
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    • there wouldn't have to be any dentists. On the other hand, if the
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    • Just as on the one hand he cannot adapt himself to immediate sense
    • coffers, so on the other hand he cannot adapt himself to the
    • On the other hand, the
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    • perversion of the will) and on the other hand the spiritual teachings
    • became a kind of farmhand. Orientals lavish particularly good care on
    • karma. And we must see on the one hand the one-sidedness of that
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    • streams in. On the other hand, in the lymph formation one does not
    • can merely mean anger. On the other hand, what piles up there because
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    • working. On the one hand if we want to understand the structure of
    • On the other hand we
    • quite a different character. On the one hand we can say the spiritual
    • sun is active in the way  we have indicated; on the other hand
    • come out. When on the other hand the moon forces activate their
    • communion, we find on the one hand what is related to the help the
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    • have on the one hand within the processes of the human physical body
    • processes that lack ego. And we have on the other hand in our outer
    • physical body and the outer mineral world on the one hand, and the
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    • Everything is mixed up in high-handed fashion. One can't think that
    • numbers, as we find them in astrosophy. On the other hand one finds
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    • books for the general public on the one hand, and the privately
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    • findings on the subject in hand. No one having such an attitude could
    • man's mind in his hand or his legs, but we say that his bodily
    • such as we have, standing upright on two legs, making use of hands,
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    • one hand, and an element of sound on the other, such as I described
    • — we shall presently see why this was so. On the other hand, to
    • those who have handed down to us this ancient record the same
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    • were to stretch out our hand into a heated space and say to
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    • hand a densification to air or gas, on the other hand a rarefaction
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    • existence we are surrendering to illusion. On the other hand, to
    • are looked upon merely as counters, or shorthand notes for what the
    • has been handed down by a people who worshipped Jahve. And whoever
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    • been able to see with your eyes or touch with your hands the man who
    • criticised on all hands as if it were naively saying: “Paradise
    • hand to one of these lions. If someone first invents a fantastic
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    • visible on the one hand and the moon on the other, the urge to
    • kind of balance was produced on the one hand by the sun and on the
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    • number of lectures amount to some six thousand, shorthand reports of
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    • Being afterwards entered. The Easter festival, on the other hand, is
    • faculties could not rightly be possessed by man. On the other hand,
    • when we can observe on every hand a distinct unwillingness to take
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    • think, get the upper hand of his transient, mortal nature — at
    • other hand, there are pictures in which Christ Jesus is portrayed as
    • cosmic timepiece in which the sun and the moon are the hands in
    • learn to perceive the course of the sun and moon as the two hands of
    • we learn to understand the movements of the hands on a clock. The
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    • in Thus Spake Zarathustra. Intuition, on the other hand, is
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    • and touch with his right hand the incorruptible body of the
    • when the great Initiate comes and touches this body with his hand, it
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    • With his right hand he will touch the corpse, and a miraculous fire
    • to the right hand of the Father.
    • Maitreya Buddha will appear, touch these remains with his right hand,
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    • Now it is important, on the one hand, that in the further course of a
    • — living on the old gift of faith handed down to him through
    • is at hand. That is, take to yourselves the human ego that need no
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    • true, and should not be treated lightly. On the other hand, those who
    • on the other hand we must not be unduly grieved or pessimistic about
    • other hand, those who have made themselves familiar with the deep
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    • (Shorthand Report unrevised by the Lecturer)
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    • here in waking and sleeping. On the one hand we have a full
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    • nearest at hand, we do not therewith touch on the entire gravity of
    • we see the first small handful of Christians, possessing something
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    • manner than is possible to us. Each movement of the hand, for
    • it is not merely the physical hand which moves, but that the etheric
    • hand moves with it, and lies at the basis of the physical movement.
    • spiritual world in which we find ourselves; on the other hand we
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    • eyes see him, or our hands grasp his.’ The picture we formed of
    • then guides him to organise his life, and to create beforehand the
    • life proceeds. But on the other hand the life force is enhanced; it is
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    • (He could not move his hands). It was as if something gently tapped at
    • two candles on the writing table, washed his hands, face, and hair;
    • same with my own hand. EYSENHARDT. Vienna, 10th June, 1901.”
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    • Golgotha was at hand, the evolution of the physical constitution of
    • This leads us to another consideration. Suppose that only a handful of
    • Thus there are two things that mankind must realise: on the one hand
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    • other hand, that feeling was all the stronger which makes each man a
    • the folk, and this she had handed on to the child. Thus it was said of
    • On the other hand, Christianity has the Christ Impulse, and
    • them as a Whitsun thought, handed on from epoch to epoch, in the words
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    • positions of the hands of the clock or of the sun. You see something
    • that is spatial. Through the fact that the positions of the hand or of
    • configurations, varied positions of the hands of the clock, varied
    • the etheric and the astral. The Universe on the other hand begins
    • love like the caressing hand of a human being. As we feel all this
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    • possible, and the moment these gain the upper hand over his
    • other hand, the idea of the purely juridical World-Judge.
    • physical occasions we must learn the movements of the hands of
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    • us suppose that only a handful of people had been able to rise
    • that it must come to pass that men gain on the one hand
    • and is held back by the Christ; on the other hand, how the
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    • a handful of men earnestly make this knowledge their own, the
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    • my books for the general public on the one hand, and the privately
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    • there is no complete shorthand report, but only notes which certain of
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    • effect. If we rub our hand on a tabletop it becomes hot. The warmth is
    • hand, the astral body is formed partly by other powers, partly by man
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    • away and also the right hand. Only the left hand and the two petalled
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    • Man on the other hand takes in the oxygen and through his life
    • organs have undergone metamorphosis. At first the hands were also
    • two-petalled lotus-flower between the eyes, and the left hand as the
    • regions of the Mental Plane. On the other hand the consciousness of
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    • Man is both receptive and creative. On the one hand, for instance with
    • he first produces perceptions. Thus he is on the one hand a receptive
    • being and on the other hand a creative being. This is an important
    • himself into the lion, and this, on the other hand, when ennobled by
    • itself to him from the spirit, is elemental being. On the one hand he
    • originated through the spirit of humanity and on the other hand
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    • Through Theosophy, on the other hand, man actually absorbs a wisdom
    • While on the Old Moon, on the one hand,
    • other hand the higher trinity was being cherished and fostered. These
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    • esotericism on the other hand, reincarnation was definitely taught when
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    • have been worked upon by the hand of man. When it has been completely
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    • astral body on the other hand already belongs to a group. In one part
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    • hand, for the intervening conditions between two incarnations. One
    • knowledge. On the other hand we have not fulfilled our mission as long
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    • beings made use of their hands for work. Before this man made no
    • his hands. In this way his development led over into the Atlantean
    • learned the use of his hands, later on, the use of language. Through
    • his hands he filled the surrounding world with deeds; through speech
    • the whole of humanity is living. Only when the deeds of our hands
    • the hands are mostly so. The occultist says: What I do with my hands
    • rudimentary remains, brought about by the deeds of our hands and
    • deeds brought about through the hands; the second is what is brought
    • on the other hand belongs to the whole of humanity. Here we have a
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    • activity connected with his hands; secondly speech and thirdly
    • his hands brings about its karmic results in his next earthly
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    • two organs now used for work, the hands, were then turned backwards
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    • On the other hand it is important to keep in view that the beings of
    • early, have missed this impulse of the Buddhi nature. On the one hand
    • therefore they stand at a higher stage and on the other hand they
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    • strive to separate ourselves from one another. If on the other hand we
    • other hand he is already so far developed as to be comparatively soon
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    • hand, works on the astral body. Many noble human beings who return
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