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  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • side or another, of Ahrimanic forces of a cosmic nature which are
    • feeling. The actual inner nature of this wisdom can be judged only by
    • superstition of materialism. And the true nature and being of man is
    • cosmos, of the soul-nature of the cosmos and its life. All this has
    • his whole nature. It is all very well for astronomers and
    • these illusions of a mathematical nature about the universe, we must
    • explanation is not to be found merely in human nature. If men honestly
  • Title: Lecture: The Ahrimanic Deception
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    • side or another, of Ahrimanic forces of a cosmic nature which are
    • feeling. The actual inner nature of this wisdom can be judged only by
    • superstition of materialism. And the true nature and being of man is
    • cosmos, of the soul-nature of the cosmos and its life. All this has
    • his whole nature. It is all very well for astronomers and
    • these illusions of a mathematical nature about the universe, we must
    • explanation is not to be found merely in human nature. If men honestly
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • extent that their nature is set forth in Anthroposophy, and of what crisis
    • is speech that elevates Man above the other kingdoms of nature.
    • the Hebrew equivalent, represents something of the nature of a wrapping, a
    • the spheres. In so far as it is of a vowel nature it echoes in the
    • consonant nature.
    • know his true nature, then his physical body actually ceases to be in
    • his own nature, in the way he learned about it in the Mysteries, then
  • Title: Lecture: The Alphabet
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    • extent that their nature is set forth in Anthroposophy, and of what crisis
    • is speech that elevates Man above the other kingdoms of nature.
    • the Hebrew equivalent, represents something of the nature of a wrapping, a
    • the spheres. In so far as it is of a vowel nature it echoes in the
    • consonant nature.
    • know his true nature, then his physical body actually ceases to be in
    • his own nature, in the way he learned about it in the Mysteries, then
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy and Christianity
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    • order to do so, I must first say something about the nature and
    • the truth and effectiveness of his work, let us turn to the nature of
    • his own nature, making use of the only tool that he has at his
    • thinking. Let us take water as an example drawn from nature. Suppose
    • bodily nature. No one can discern the real facts of the soul-spiritual
    • from looking at the merely external bodily nature, any more than the
    • nature of hydrogen can be discerned without first extracting it from
    • when the soul-spiritual is recognized as distinct from the bodily nature by
    • delve into anthroposophy, has pointed to the spiritual nature of
    • free from our bodily nature. Again I refer you to my books for the
    • our bodily nature.
    • soul-spiritual element from our external bodily nature. First we get to
    • soul-spiritual from the bodily nature. The second is entering into
    • like taking someone out into nature and remarking, “Look, all this
    • around you is nature,” instead of saying, “Those are trees,
    • experience of nature to another, from one being to the next, and saying,
    • “All this is nature,” is to tell him nothing. The facts must
    • Giordano Bruno the need for a new science of nature was made evident
    • doesn't need any prophets because by its very nature it bases what it
    • concerning the nature of man and his destiny. Both are questions which
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    • order to do so, I must first say something about the nature and
    • the truth and effectiveness of his work, let us turn to the nature of
    • his own nature, making use of the only tool that he has at his
    • thinking. Let us take water as an example drawn from nature. Suppose
    • bodily nature. No one can discern the real facts of the soul-spiritual
    • from looking at the merely external bodily nature, any more than the
    • nature of hydrogen can be discerned without first extracting it from
    • when the soul-spiritual is recognized as distinct from the bodily nature by
    • delve into anthroposophy, has pointed to the spiritual nature of
    • free from our bodily nature. Again I refer you to my books for the
    • our bodily nature.
    • soul-spiritual element from our external bodily nature. First we get to
    • soul-spiritual from the bodily nature. The second is entering into
    • like taking someone out into nature and remarking, “Look, all this
    • around you is nature,” instead of saying, “Those are trees,
    • experience of nature to another, from one being to the next, and saying,
    • “All this is nature,” is to tell him nothing. The facts must
    • Giordano Bruno the need for a new science of nature was made evident
    • doesn't need any prophets because by its very nature it bases what it
    • concerning the nature of man and his destiny. Both are questions which
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  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • penetrates into physical Nature gives us the impression of something
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy as a Substance of Life and Feeling
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    • penetrates into physical Nature gives us the impression of something
  • Title: Contents: The Bhagavad Gita and the Epistles of St. Paul
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    • IV. The nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the
    • V. The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna — the Light-Halo of
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture I: The uniform plan of World History. The Confluence of three spiritual streams in the Bhagavad Gita.
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    • everywhere Greek ideas and conceptions, especially about nature,
    • The soul nature expresses itself through this material basic element,
    • number of facts about nature; only that in Sankhya philosophy
    • sphere of the soul: the soul-nature remains in a sense undisturbed by
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture II: The basis of knowledge of the Gita, the Veda, Sankhya, Yoga.
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    • upon the being and nature of man if, in the first place, we keep
    • — just as we thus distinguish between the soul-nature and its
    • intellectual soul, and consciousness soul, and the sheath-nature,
    • outer world, in the kingdom of nature, these fine elements are also to
    • the substantial external nature-principle, whereby not only the
    • external visible is to be understood, but all stages of nature, up to
    • Budhi; so that not Budhi, but the soul-nature, makes itself felt in a
    • and idleness, so that the sheath-nature is most prominent. This may
    • also be the case with the external physical nature consisting of
    • the fact that in him the spiritual and soul-nature are expressed.
    • spiritual principle of that soul to the nature-principle; the relation
    • Tamas to the nature principle. When there is a balance between these
    • state, nor the external sheath-nature as in the Tamas condition, when
    • order to characterise the relation of the soul nature to the sheaths,
    • some echoes of real soul-nature; but
    • in the North Eastern part of India human nature was such that it
    • towards the West, human nature was of that kind that it inclined to
    • gifted human nature in the different parts of India; and only because
    • form, but wanted to uplift the soul-nature itself, so as to evolve
    • nature remains. Direct thy glance to that! But in order that thou
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  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture III: The union of the three streams in the Christ Impulse, the Teaching of Krishna.
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    • to give information about the nature of the Godhead, cosmology and the
    • indications of the real nature of the man himself. We cannot at the
    • according to the nature which thus expresses itself; for if one were,
    • his human nature. Anyone who has preserved even a little of the
    • being his own nature, and also in such a way that it is related to
    • highest speaks; that which is the divine in every human nature and
    • themselves in the external course of nature and of the evolution of
    • related to the basic nature characterised by Sattva. Why does a man in
    • themselves and conquer their bodily nature? Because they are connected
    • in his highest nature, we catch sight of him for one moment in the
  • 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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    • LECTURE IVThe nature of the Bhagavad Gita and the significance of the Epistles of St. Paul.How the Christ Impulse surpasses the Krishna Impulse.31 December, 1912
    • nature of the Bhagavad Gita to work upon it, and on the other hand
    • soul-nature concealed it. The spiritual light appears to us as though
    • human nature is sinking deeper and deeper into darkness. It is not,
    • men a perception of nature and of the world such as we have through
    • “The serpent is active within me,” said he. To perceive was therefore in the olden time something like this: “I rouse the serpent within me to a state of activity; I feel my serpent-nature.” What had to happen, so that the new age should come in, that the new method of
    • appear incomprehensible; wherein Krishna reveals to Arjuna the nature
    • what surrounds him when he puts himself into relation with nature; but
    • “Yes! There thou art, in thy etheric nature.” One then looks
    • an indication of the whole nature of that old knowledge, and when
    • decisive for that time. Personality had drawn into human nature
    • because human nature had found the way to seek knowledge through the
    • a transformation of the outer bodily nature of man and of the
    • certainly I but the nature of this soul is not given us in the way of
    • and Lucifer: one soul-nature wars against another. In Sankhya
    • more deeply into that which plays its part in the nature of the soul,
    • Christ. Thus we see how that which is of a bodily nature freed itself
    • latter we have incarnated in the whole human nature of Krishna, the
  • Title: Bhagavad Gita/Paul: Lecture V: The spiritual nature of Maya. Krishna - the Light-Halo of Christ. The Risen One.
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    • LECTURE VThe spiritual nature of Maya.Krishna — the Light-Halo of Christ.The Risen One.1 January, 1913
    • they appear in the Gita; teachings of an intimate nature. On the other
    • understands the nature of speaking with tongues. His meaning is: The
    • is spread outside in nature; for that, according to the
    • over the whole earth. This, concerning the peculiar nature of maya,
    • soul-nature which incarnated in Adam's body, there was a human part, a
    • similar nature were to he observed in him. Then we know that the
    • must enter somewhat into the nature of such a vision, such a
    • an affair to be played out between him and external nature. That the
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • earth and living beings through the six days of creation, is of the nature of
    • days existed between men and nature, we find that in the old Schools or
    • far-reaching Authority. Wherever men were taught about nature the books of
    • authoritative not only in spheres where men pursued the study of Nature in a
    • scientific thought. It was not customary in those days to look out at Nature
    • contradiction, but even if Nature does show it to me I still believe
    • men's point of view about Nature and also about Aristotle has changed. In our
    • knowledge of nature which men ought to possess. To-day the scientist confronts
    • nature with his instruments and tries to explore her secrets in order that
    • accordance with the age in which he lived — until we look into nature
    • and things of that nature, but fundamental to it is a strict discipline by
    • nature, the passion of sense. The plant has no self-consciousness; it has no
    • more attained to the purity of the plant-nature. But it is because he has
    • knowledge of the nature of the spiritual world. The spiritual world can only
    • the Ego began to be incorporated into this three-fold nature, another being
    • prose Hymn to Nature ‘Oh Nature we are encircled and embraced by
    • given to us by Nature is given in Love, that Love is the crown of Nature. This
    • process of the penetration of the Ego into the entire nature and being of
  • Title: Lecture: The Bible and Wisdom
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    • earth and living beings through the six days of creation, is of the nature of
    • days existed between men and nature, we find that in the old Schools or
    • far-reaching Authority. Wherever men were taught about nature the books of
    • authoritative not only in spheres where men pursued the study of Nature in a
    • scientific thought. It was not customary in those days to look out at Nature
    • contradiction, but even if Nature does show it to me I still believe
    • men's point of view about Nature and also about Aristotle has changed. In our
    • knowledge of nature which men ought to possess. To-day the scientist confronts
    • nature with his instruments and tries to explore her secrets in order that
    • accordance with the age in which he lived — until we look into nature
    • and things of that nature, but fundamental to it is a strict discipline by
    • nature, the passion of sense. The plant has no self-consciousness; it has no
    • more attained to the purity of the plant-nature. But it is because he has
    • knowledge of the nature of the spiritual world. The spiritual world can only
    • the Ego began to be incorporated into this three-fold nature, another being
    • prose Hymn to Nature ‘Oh Nature we are encircled and embraced by
    • given to us by Nature is given in Love, that Love is the crown of Nature. This
    • process of the penetration of the Ego into the entire nature and being of
  • Title: Lecture: Soul and Spirit in the Human Physical Constitution
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    • understanding of man's being and nature.
    • in the very nature of things water cannot become an organism, is bound
    • that which in reality reflects the inner bodily nature — without
  • Title: Lecture: The Moral as the Source of World-Creative Power
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    • penetrating study of human nature is able to build a bridge between
    • members of man's nature which we are accustomed to regard as such,
    • himself connected with his bodily nature. As an Ego he would feel no
    • the physical body, these higher members of our human nature are filled
    • evolve about the external world, about Nature in her finished array,
    • insight into Nature on the one side and Spirit on the other.
    • and the physical nature of the man are identical. This, of course,
  • Title: Lecture: The Path to Freedom and Love and their Significance in World Events
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    • will operates in us. It is not the case in human nature, nor is
    • what thus takes place. In everything that is of the nature of will,
    • nature of thought, will is present. It is essential to be quite clear
    • from outside, but its very life is of the nature of will. By
    • letting what is of the nature of will radiate into our thoughts. And
    • Let us now consider the other pole of man's nature, where the thoughts
    • his will-nature, with thoughts; deeds are performed in love. Such
    • bring thoughts into the will-nature, when we overcome the element of
    • thinking, which is, however, really of the nature of will? —
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • sciences is that nature does not make any leaps
    • striving is innermost nature. It was in Central Europe where the
  • Title: Lecture: Christ in Relation to Lucifer and Ahriman
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    • sciences is that nature does not make any leaps
    • striving is innermost nature. It was in Central Europe where the
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • physical body, etheric body and astral body, his nature was never the
    • men and the sin which at that time crept into our human nature. When
    • cast its shadows into all subsequent ages of time. Man's nature was
    • his nature deriving from the stage of his evolution preceding that of
  • Title: Lecture: The Concepts of Original Sin and Grace
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    • physical body, etheric body and astral body, his nature was never the
    • men and the sin which at that time crept into our human nature. When
    • cast its shadows into all subsequent ages of time. Man's nature was
    • his nature deriving from the stage of his evolution preceding that of
  • Title: Lecture: Esoteric Studies: Cosmic Ego and Human Ego
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    • THE NATURE OF CHRIST
    • The Nature of Christ the Resurrected
    • the nature of Christ Jesus. This necessity arises from the fact that
    • man's nature, generally one or another, but usually a definite member,
    • These various members of man's nature have come to their corresponding
    • incorporation of the human ego into the nature of man is the whole
    • nature, upon which preparatory work was done earlier: namely, the
    • is essentially a refining of the various members of man's nature which
    • between the human ego and the three members of man's soul nature: the
    • sheaths are, as it were, my lower nature; I have grown beyond it, I
    • look down to this, my lower nature; and I see in what my ego has
    • otherwise; then he will say: I have not only my lower nature and my
    • ego, but I have a higher nature, to which I look up as to something
    • nature. The lower nature he already knows now; the higher will in the
    • we permeate ourselves, so to speak, with a human ego nature; and that
    • creep into these human beings, and in them our nature must work in
    • evolution. This is nothing evil in human nature; for since we can
    • and the real human nature is irradiated by this higher being, he is
    • Nature is sin, Spirit is devil; they cherish between them Doubt,
    • as Luciferic, and consider the nature of Christ.
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    • THE NATURE OF CHRIST
    • The Nature of Christ the Resurrected
    • the nature of Christ Jesus. This necessity arises from the fact that
    • man's nature, generally one or another, but usually a definite member,
    • These various members of man's nature have come to their corresponding
    • incorporation of the human ego into the nature of man is the whole
    • nature, upon which preparatory work was done earlier: namely, the
    • is essentially a refining of the various members of man's nature which
    • between the human ego and the three members of man's soul nature: the
    • sheaths are, as it were, my lower nature; I have grown beyond it, I
    • look down to this, my lower nature; and I see in what my ego has
    • otherwise; then he will say: I have not only my lower nature and my
    • ego, but I have a higher nature, to which I look up as to something
    • nature. The lower nature he already knows now; the higher will in the
    • we permeate ourselves, so to speak, with a human ego nature; and that
    • creep into these human beings, and in them our nature must work in
    • evolution. This is nothing evil in human nature; for since we can
    • and the real human nature is irradiated by this higher being, he is
    • Nature is sin, Spirit is devil; they cherish between them Doubt,
    • as Luciferic, and consider the nature of Christ.
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  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • of a clairvoyant nature. Later on, during the further course of
    • own nature that they are a heritage from ancient times, when there was
    • natures, as those inclining more to observation, who can constantly
    • yawn. It is indeed true that in such natures conscience stirs less
    • that many of those who have a more contemplative nature cannot live
    • In other words, those who have to-day a thoughtful nature link their
    • The other more robust natures, however, have come over from a former
    • thoughtful natures because they won certain powers in former
  • Title: Lecture: Conscience and Wonder as Indications of Spiritual Vision in the Past and in the Future
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    • of a clairvoyant nature. Later on, during the further course of
    • own nature that they are a heritage from ancient times, when there was
    • natures, as those inclining more to observation, who can constantly
    • yawn. It is indeed true that in such natures conscience stirs less
    • that many of those who have a more contemplative nature cannot live
    • In other words, those who have to-day a thoughtful nature link their
    • The other more robust natures, however, have come over from a former
    • thoughtful natures because they won certain powers in former
  • Title: Lecture: Introductory Lecture. Winter Session, 1911-1912
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    • of his incarnations and of the nature of his work. I have
    • the threefold nature of man and its true basis, in so far as man is a
  • Title: Lecture: Evidences of Bygone Ages In Modern Civilisation
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    • nature, study of it will induce belief. Those who deliberately pull
  • Title: Lecture: 'Chance' and Present-day Consciousness. An Easter Meditation
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    • those abstract laws which it calls the “laws of Nature,”
    • law manifested by happenings in Nature; their conformity to law is
    • “necessity” now associated with the laws of nature. If what
    • that what cannot, by its very nature, appear to him as an evidence of
    • acknowledge only the inflexible laws of Nature. As time goes on it
    • anything except the abstract, laws of outer Nature and will insist
    • the “Feminine” is the symbol for the eternal laws of Nature
    • reliance upon the laws of Nature and are not afraid to bring the facts
    • and happenings of Nature into the framework of these laws. In this
    • certainly there ... but it is cheap! The facts of Nature do not
    • the same compelling power with which Nature happenings speak to him.
    • Nature confronts the human being as a finished work. Within Nature and
    • by the side of Nature, “chance” presents itself. Man himself
    • that the phenomena of Nature give no suggestion of chance? Why does
    • man speak of law in the phenomena of Nature? It is for this reason.
    • manifested laws of Nature are not abstract laws but, in a spiritual
    • observes the course of Nature-happenings he beholds, in the laws of
    • Nature, the Deeds of the Exusiai. But his courage has failed. And
    • indicate what they have laid into the facts and happenings of Nature,
    • “chance,” as the Exusiai speak in the facts of Nature. Human
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  • Title: Lecture: The Forces of the Human Soul and Their Inspirers. Kalewala: The Epic
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    • such a nature that they will bring peace, concord and harmony upon the
  • Title: Lecture: The Idea of Reincarnation and Its Introduction Into Western Culture
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    • realisation of the essential nature of man can only arise in the
  • Title: Lecture: The Mission of the Earth
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    • impressions. We share in what is taking place in his innermost nature,
    • their actions and activities; try to understand the nature of the
    • nature of egotism when they manifest in a human being enclosed in a
    • all-embracing nature of love or compassion, and the entirely specific
    • We know that what we actually see in the kingdoms of Nature around us
    • victory won over the sensory, desire-nature in men of
  • Title: Lecture: The Signature of Human Evolution The Advancing Individuality
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    • THE SIGNATURE OF HUMAN EVOLUTIONTHE ADVANCING INDIVIDUALITY
    • the Christ Impulse lays hold of man, leaves its stamp and signature
    • manifest because his outer nature frustrated it. He died when the boy
  • Title: Lecture: Consciousness, Memory, Karma
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    • IT will be my task today to speak of the nature and being of Man, in
    • nature can be understood only when we know that the first foundations
    • principles of human nature, too, heritages of pre-earthly conditions,
    • over to the element of universal Nature, for the dissolution or decay
    • belongs to Nature passes over to Powers standing behind existence. At
    • Old Moon period, Earth-evolution changed the nature of the physical
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    • operating in human nature are, in reality, “heritages” from
    • wisdom and knowledge of the universe. Even although, in the nature of
    • becoming more strongly individual in his nature and being. It follows
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    • VII The Signature of Human Evolution.
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    • capacities, and dispositions. Thus the way we look on nature today,
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    • time not only men but also other beings of a spiritual nature who were
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    • persons and, in accordance with the whole nature of evolution at that
    • himself a spirit and he met beings who were of like nature with
    • nature. He felt, he experienced, the inner being of the objects.
    • primeval man in his childishness ensoul the objects of nature, such as
    • were in post-Atlantean times, since their nature at that time is most
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    • possible, we must explain the nature of the holy Rishis. This requires
    • and earth in fineness and corresponded to their nature, and built
    • that only to the initiate could the true nature of the physical,
    • degree. If a strong will-nature confronted someone who had not been
    • †† Note 4: Kama is a Sanscrit word meaning desire, the nature of the astral body.
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    • had in his lower parts a baser nature, for in the submerged parts he
    • nature; for example, as Michael, the dragon-slayer, or as Saint George
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    • everything of an etheric nature that is connected with the moon and
    • if we should observe the astral nature of the individual moon-beings
    • nature. We must understand that, although the basest forces departed
    • nature was rooted in the water, how he was half sunk in the dark
    • his higher nature — refined itself more and more, then man, who
    • acquired the consciousness of what the forces in his lower nature
    • dived down into his lower nature, he became conscious of himself for
    • sun, which belongs to your nature.”
    • higher nature. Thus every person is double-sexed, having both lungs
    • nature, they bore the son, the creator of the future earth-man.
    • what had become the higher nature of man was looked upon as
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    • connection with the nature of man, a long series of facts related to
    • departure of the moon. When the moon withdrew, man's lower nature was
    • with their baser nature, but who had a luminous human shape above.
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    • nature at that time has been preserved by myth, religion, and art in
    • along that he had given his lower half, his lower nature, a physical
    • which does not assert that there is nothing ugly in nature, feels a
    • stamp from the etheric body, others whose astral nature predominated,
    • physical nature became especially strong and worked on the upper
    • actually be called a union of the three other natures, for the ego
    • the eagle, lion, and bull natures. These transmuted themselves into
    • body, in the bull nature; these are the predominating forces that
    • lion nature in the etheric body; in the astral body, in the
    • predominating forces of the astral, the eagle or vulture nature;
    • finally, the predominating forces of the ego, the true human nature.
    • that later developed. During this time the nature of man contained
    • Thus we look into a time when human nature was still a unity, when
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    • nature. At that time man could not yet see physical things. Human
    • clairvoyant nature.
    • nature.” We should have rejoiced when the time came when we
    • Greeks. It must be expressly stated that this was of an occult nature.
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    • clouded and shadowy. This consciousness was still of a nature higher
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    • other kingdoms of nature arose. The three kingdoms around us arose
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    • Before we investigate the nature of self-knowledge, two aspects of the
    • organism is of the nature of will. That we are not aware of this
    • form of currents of light, and what is of moral-aesthetic nature
    • reason of all that has been said concerning the nature of Jesus of
    • progress in mastering the forces of nature, is something small and
    • things. Even when building palaces they summoned nature to their aid
    • to make known to men what the nature of these wonderful forms of pure
    • development gives no intimation of the nature of the individuality
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    • Before we investigate the nature of self-knowledge, two aspects of the
    • organism is of the nature of will. That we are not aware of this
    • form of currents of light, and what is of moral-aesthetic nature
    • reason of all that has been said concerning the nature of Jesus of
    • progress in mastering the forces of nature, is something small and
    • things. Even when building palaces they summoned nature to their aid
    • to make known to men what the nature of these wonderful forms of pure
    • development gives no intimation of the nature of the individuality
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    • the bodily nature of man in a far distant epoch. How they did so, you
    • Only now are they finding their way into his soul-nature. For the
    • Universe, when to begin with they instil themselves into the nature of
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
    • through the picture-nature of man to his spiritual archetype. And this
    • is to cultivate this understanding of his picture-nature, and thus to
    • nature of our time — we touch upon public issues in respect of which
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    • the bodily nature of man in a far distant epoch. How they did so, you
    • Only now are they finding their way into his soul-nature. For the
    • Universe, when to begin with they instil themselves into the nature of
    • reminiscence of outer physical life and thence receives its signature,
    • through the picture-nature of man to his spiritual archetype. And this
    • is to cultivate this understanding of his picture-nature, and thus to
    • nature of our time — we touch upon public issues in respect of which
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    • nature of human karma, of human destiny. Why do we suffer in the world?
    • are of such a nature that they are being sought by our shortcomings. By far
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    • nature of human karma, of human destiny. Why do we suffer in the world?
    • are of such a nature that they are being sought by our shortcomings. By far
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    • something of a similar nature occurred, not as yet on earth but in the
    • the splendor of surrounding nature is Christ's first sacrifice. By ensouling
    • and religious feeling when he is confronted with the beauty of nature,
    • observation and enjoyment of nature will be permeated by Christ; when
    • of summer, or in any of the other delights of nature, will say to
    • nature? You need only think what it is like when injured by organic
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    • something of a similar nature occurred, not as yet on earth but in the
    • the splendor of surrounding nature is Christ's first sacrifice. By ensouling
    • and religious feeling when he is confronted with the beauty of nature,
    • observation and enjoyment of nature will be permeated by Christ; when
    • of summer, or in any of the other delights of nature, will say to
    • nature? You need only think what it is like when injured by organic
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    • enlightening nature of these basic truths of spiritual science. But an
    • to a recognition of the enlightening nature of these great truths.
    • Nature at work near it, to develop one-sidedly and is prevented from
    • forming its proper angles. There are actually very few crystals in Nature
    • come across in the different kingdoms of Nature have inner forces and laws
    • nature that brought it upon me that my life at that time was unfortunate and
    • the bodily nature, it might well have worked into the girl's state of health;
    • circumscribed way. It will only show us its true nature and meaning if we
    • the connection of man's inner nature with the outer world, if the matter ended
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    • enlightening nature of these basic truths of spiritual science. But an
    • to a recognition of the enlightening nature of these great truths.
    • Nature at work near it, to develop one-sidedly and is prevented from
    • forming its proper angles. There are actually very few crystals in Nature
    • come across in the different kingdoms of Nature have inner forces and laws
    • nature that brought it upon me that my life at that time was unfortunate and
    • the bodily nature, it might well have worked into the girl's state of health;
    • circumscribed way. It will only show us its true nature and meaning if we
    • the connection of man's inner nature with the outer world, if the matter ended
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    • nature of ideas. The child begins to take as his guideline what we say
    • closely into the nature and constitution of this body.
    • At its circumference it manifests something in the nature of stars,
    • nature and the moon nature.
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    • nature of ideas. The child begins to take as his guideline what we say
    • closely into the nature and constitution of this body.
    • At its circumference it manifests something in the nature of stars,
    • nature and the moon nature.
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    • derived from this knowledge, concerning the spiritual nature of the human
    • “Ignorabimus”: — No matter how closely nature's secrets are
    • nature of this means. While on the one hand anyone who constructs the
    • assemble external things by means of which some secrets of nature may be
    • and that within this entire human nature, in addition to the man of the
    • human life period, but its activity is of such a nature that the process
    • union with the human nature, an inner life makes its first appearance which
    • perceives this etheric body which human nature possesses in common with
    • recognizing a third member of human nature, the astral or soul body. Please
    • special super-sensible nature of the human ego. It happens that the human
    • human being who comprehends the nature of human powers of perception would
    • belong furthermore all things relating to the spiritual nature of human
    • by the very nature of the communication, cannot fall within our experience,
    • instance, he includes the spiritual nature of the human soul in that domain.
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    • derived from this knowledge, concerning the spiritual nature of the human
    • “Ignorabimus”: — No matter how closely nature's secrets are
    • nature of this means. While on the one hand anyone who constructs the
    • assemble external things by means of which some secrets of nature may be
    • and that within this entire human nature, in addition to the man of the
    • human life period, but its activity is of such a nature that the process
    • union with the human nature, an inner life makes its first appearance which
    • perceives this etheric body which human nature possesses in common with
    • recognizing a third member of human nature, the astral or soul body. Please
    • special super-sensible nature of the human ego. It happens that the human
    • human being who comprehends the nature of human powers of perception would
    • belong furthermore all things relating to the spiritual nature of human
    • by the very nature of the communication, cannot fall within our experience,
    • instance, he includes the spiritual nature of the human soul in that domain.
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    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • cannot be made in vain, but should become the soul's nature later on.
    • and see if it is not associated with something of a transitory nature.
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    • life personal guidance is supposedly necessary. The nature of such
    • cannot be made in vain, but should become the soul's nature later on.
    • and see if it is not associated with something of a transitory nature.
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    • the physical nature that surrounds the human being in his earthly
    • like the external processes of earthly nature and fall to pieces. In
    • it would begin to break down as it does in outer nature and would
    • concerning poisons that occur in nature, for example the poison in
    • that is formed in outer nature similarly to the way in which our
    • activity, and finally a physical activity. In nature such an activity
    • nature. Atropine, the poison of the deadly nightshade, can thus be
    • with a proper knowledge of outer nature. We must come to know what
    • knowledge of nature. The knowledge of nature is abstracted, is driven
    • known about the human being's relationship to surrounding nature.
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    • the physical nature that surrounds the human being in his earthly
    • like the external processes of earthly nature and fall to pieces. In
    • it would begin to break down as it does in outer nature and would
    • concerning poisons that occur in nature, for example the poison in
    • that is formed in outer nature similarly to the way in which our
    • activity, and finally a physical activity. In nature such an activity
    • nature. Atropine, the poison of the deadly nightshade, can thus be
    • with a proper knowledge of outer nature. We must come to know what
    • knowledge of nature. The knowledge of nature is abstracted, is driven
    • known about the human being's relationship to surrounding nature.
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    • of nature yearns for the worthiest exponent of her secrets, namely,
    • but in sources of a higher soul and spiritual nature; it has not an
    • nothing of the physical, material bodily nature today perceptible to
    • still of a spirit and soul nature. When we contemplate the soul of man
    • to speak, of the spiritual and soul nature that once was his. We look
    • at the inner nature of man, learning to know his spiritual and soul
    • Madonna. Here, it is true, we must direct our attention to the nature
    • conquest by nature's wintry powers said to be Set, the evil brother
    • theoretical myths about nature out of their own minds can make such
    • accordance with his whole nature cannot descend so far as the physical
    • human soul bears in it three natures — a will nature, found
    • in the inmost depths of the being, a feeling nature and a wisdom
    • nature. These are the three soul Mothers; we meet them in the three
    • of nature.
    • definitely artistic exponents of the very deepest secrets of Nature
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    • of nature yearns for the worthiest exponent of her secrets, namely,
    • but in sources of a higher soul and spiritual nature; it has not an
    • nothing of the physical, material bodily nature today perceptible to
    • still of a spirit and soul nature. When we contemplate the soul of man
    • to speak, of the spiritual and soul nature that once was his. We look
    • at the inner nature of man, learning to know his spiritual and soul
    • Madonna. Here, it is true, we must direct our attention to the nature
    • conquest by nature's wintry powers said to be Set, the evil brother
    • theoretical myths about nature out of their own minds can make such
    • accordance with his whole nature cannot descend so far as the physical
    • human soul bears in it three natures — a will nature, found
    • in the inmost depths of the being, a feeling nature and a wisdom
    • nature. These are the three soul Mothers; we meet them in the three
    • of nature.
    • definitely artistic exponents of the very deepest secrets of Nature
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    • of single events in nature is inadequate. It is recognized that the
    • human nature. Only when I have a deeper experience of myself within my
    • of all human nature, that is, Dionysos.
    • nature far more intensely than is normally done. Whereas we normally
    • of nature because he felt he lived within the very soul of the
    • longer receive because individual human nature had lost the capacity
    • through Christ's own nature we can recognize that He once must have
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    • of single events in nature is inadequate. It is recognized that the
    • human nature. Only when I have a deeper experience of myself within my
    • of all human nature, that is, Dionysos.
    • nature far more intensely than is normally done. Whereas we normally
    • of nature because he felt he lived within the very soul of the
    • longer receive because individual human nature had lost the capacity
    • through Christ's own nature we can recognize that He once must have
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    • emanation of the divine-spiritual. Man's nature is twofold, as we know.
    • To understand rightly this twofold human nature, let us consider the
    • man now represents the blending of these two natures — the blending of
    • nature — a being, or collection of beings, made up of the four lower
    • principles of human nature. But until then the higher human being, which
    • is the internal part of human nature, destined to evolve further and further
    • highest principles of human nature are at the same time the three lowest
    • gave a drop of their own soul nature to man at the time of which we are
    • You see that the three principles of higher human nature may be looked
    • element in present-day human nature. This comparison is not exact, but
    • the divine principles in us is of the nature of will — a kind of willing.
    • will in divine nature, by imagining oneself before a mirror in which one's
    • nature of Divinity.
    • and if we observe the mass of details involved, we find the nature of all
    • will-like nature.
    • flowed into human nature to form its eternal part, consists of name, of
    • human nature. The three higher principles may be thought of, we know,
    • distributed outside us in nature; something else has replaced it inside of
    • Divinity, we may observe the four principles of our lower nature as parts
    • of Divine Nature.
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    • emanation of the divine-spiritual. Man's nature is twofold, as we know.
    • To understand rightly this twofold human nature, let us consider the
    • man now represents the blending of these two natures — the blending of
    • nature — a being, or collection of beings, made up of the four lower
    • principles of human nature. But until then the higher human being, which
    • is the internal part of human nature, destined to evolve further and further
    • highest principles of human nature are at the same time the three lowest
    • gave a drop of their own soul nature to man at the time of which we are
    • You see that the three principles of higher human nature may be looked
    • element in present-day human nature. This comparison is not exact, but
    • the divine principles in us is of the nature of will — a kind of willing.
    • will in divine nature, by imagining oneself before a mirror in which one's
    • nature of Divinity.
    • and if we observe the mass of details involved, we find the nature of all
    • will-like nature.
    • flowed into human nature to form its eternal part, consists of name, of
    • human nature. The three higher principles may be thought of, we know,
    • distributed outside us in nature; something else has replaced it inside of
    • Divinity, we may observe the four principles of our lower nature as parts
    • of Divine Nature.
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    • lies in its very nature.
    • human body and so forth; we learn to understand the nature of the
    • reality. For if a man has no desire to know anything about the nature
    • True love is not capable of diminution or amplification. Its nature is
    • he understands the radical difference between the nature of wisdom and
    • for the future, is a true Christian. To understand the nature of love
    • of the essential nature of love is an integral part of it.
    • again wisdom flows into love will it be possible to grasp the nature
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    • lies in its very nature.
    • human body and so forth; we learn to understand the nature of the
    • reality. For if a man has no desire to know anything about the nature
    • True love is not capable of diminution or amplification. Its nature is
    • he understands the radical difference between the nature of wisdom and
    • for the future, is a true Christian. To understand the nature of love
    • of the essential nature of love is an integral part of it.
    • again wisdom flows into love will it be possible to grasp the nature
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    • waking life he lives in this bodily nature, so to speak, as a
    • being. Through all the kingdoms of Nature upon Earth-mineral, plant,
    • Penmaenmawr I tried to tell a little of the real spiritual nature of
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    • waking life he lives in this bodily nature, so to speak, as a
    • being. Through all the kingdoms of Nature upon Earth-mineral, plant,
    • Penmaenmawr I tried to tell a little of the real spiritual nature of
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    • life of nature, show how a relationship can be established between man's
    • nature contains something we must look upon as the expression of man's
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    • life of nature, show how a relationship can be established between man's
    • nature contains something we must look upon as the expression of man's
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    • his demanding that the signature be written in blood. I should like to
    • and interpretation of human nature. The age is past in which legends,
    • student of nature and of the human soul. The author endeavors to show
    • itself upon his physiognomy. This student of human nature draws
    • nature of the spiritual essence which lies at the back of our blood.
    • the workings of nature, in several of his popular works has rightly
    • divine nature, is enabled to speak. Here, then, begins that which can
    • In this word is expressed the fourth principle of human nature, the
    • called “lifeless” nature. When we talk theosophically of
    • phosphorus, etc., are to be found outside in inanimate nature also. If
    • surrounding nature. No single link can be severed from the chain of
    • in it a picture of the whole of nature, indeed of the whole cosmos.
    • partook more of the nature of a vivid dream, but, on the other hand,
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    • his demanding that the signature be written in blood. I should like to
    • and interpretation of human nature. The age is past in which legends,
    • student of nature and of the human soul. The author endeavors to show
    • itself upon his physiognomy. This student of human nature draws
    • nature of the spiritual essence which lies at the back of our blood.
    • the workings of nature, in several of his popular works has rightly
    • divine nature, is enabled to speak. Here, then, begins that which can
    • In this word is expressed the fourth principle of human nature, the
    • called “lifeless” nature. When we talk theosophically of
    • phosphorus, etc., are to be found outside in inanimate nature also. If
    • surrounding nature. No single link can be severed from the chain of
    • in it a picture of the whole of nature, indeed of the whole cosmos.
    • partook more of the nature of a vivid dream, but, on the other hand,
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    • enlarge our horizon in regard to the true nature of man and to make us see
    • out to us the true nature of the evolutionary processes in which the human
    • forms in accordance with man's inner nature. In the case of an evil-minded
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    • enlarge our horizon in regard to the true nature of man and to make us see
    • out to us the true nature of the evolutionary processes in which the human
    • forms in accordance with man's inner nature. In the case of an evil-minded
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    • exact idea of the nature of man and his relationship to the cosmos.
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    • exact idea of the nature of man and his relationship to the cosmos.
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    • nature. It then applies the discoveries made through physics and
    • proceed outside in nature. Man takes the substances of the earth into
    • always permeated by nature processes. A substance only appears outwardly
    • in nature; but he transforms it immediately in his organism —
    • This something different, which develops out of the nature processes in
    • how some substance of nature which we introduce into the human
    • connection between any object of nature and its effect upon illness
    • boundary in medicine if we ask only for the actual nature of illness. What
    • From the head to the tip of the toes these are processes of nature. But then
    • natural processes! All healthy processes are processes of nature; all
    • processes of illness are also processes of nature. Why then is the human
    • processes of nature are normal, but the sick processes of nature are not.
    • nature with its forces to the health-giving and illness-generating forces
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • extraordinarily interesting property. Its form in nature is such that certain
    • which we find outside in human nature in antimony if we subject
    • denies its mineral nature. It gets crystalline threads, so that even the
    • window, thereby showing the inner force of crystallization as in nature.
    • relationship between what is active in the objects of nature, as I have
    • nature and its processes for that which we call quartz, or silicic
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    • nature. It then applies the discoveries made through physics and
    • proceed outside in nature. Man takes the substances of the earth into
    • always permeated by nature processes. A substance only appears outwardly
    • in nature; but he transforms it immediately in his organism —
    • This something different, which develops out of the nature processes in
    • how some substance of nature which we introduce into the human
    • connection between any object of nature and its effect upon illness
    • boundary in medicine if we ask only for the actual nature of illness. What
    • From the head to the tip of the toes these are processes of nature. But then
    • natural processes! All healthy processes are processes of nature; all
    • processes of illness are also processes of nature. Why then is the human
    • processes of nature are normal, but the sick processes of nature are not.
    • nature with its forces to the health-giving and illness-generating forces
    • Let us direct our gaze to an ore which can be found in nature, so-called
    • extraordinarily interesting property. Its form in nature is such that certain
    • which we find outside in human nature in antimony if we subject
    • denies its mineral nature. It gets crystalline threads, so that even the
    • window, thereby showing the inner force of crystallization as in nature.
    • relationship between what is active in the objects of nature, as I have
    • nature and its processes for that which we call quartz, or silicic
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    • extreme as the one just cited. He who is able to study human nature more
    • The works and phenomena of nature must be viewed in a similar way. In the
    • nature it is not so easily done. Yet these, too, are the result of spiritual
    • take place in the invisible members of his nature.
    • in the same way that the transition occurred in nature, it shall be found
    • inner necessity and the inner nature of the things themselves.
    • These are the objects of nature.
    • To train our thinking using the things of nature as objects to think about
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    • extreme as the one just cited. He who is able to study human nature more
    • The works and phenomena of nature must be viewed in a similar way. In the
    • nature it is not so easily done. Yet these, too, are the result of spiritual
    • take place in the invisible members of his nature.
    • in the same way that the transition occurred in nature, it shall be found
    • inner necessity and the inner nature of the things themselves.
    • These are the objects of nature.
    • To train our thinking using the things of nature as objects to think about
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    • lived in the spiritual worlds as a spiritual Being of the nature of
    • of its nature and form. (There are exceptions in the animal world, but
    • nature. But like so many of the comparisons which are made this one is
    • to our Earth, the Being — at that time, however, of an angelic nature
    • the aptitude for which, however, is deeply embedded in human nature.
    • within the unconscious nature and that the Christ-Force lives in the
    • conscious utterance of the nature of thought, that is to say, until
    • into the nature of the Christ-Impulse and its sovereignty in man, in
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    • lived in the spiritual worlds as a spiritual Being of the nature of
    • of its nature and form. (There are exceptions in the animal world, but
    • nature. But like so many of the comparisons which are made this one is
    • to our Earth, the Being — at that time, however, of an angelic nature
    • the aptitude for which, however, is deeply embedded in human nature.
    • within the unconscious nature and that the Christ-Force lives in the
    • conscious utterance of the nature of thought, that is to say, until
    • into the nature of the Christ-Impulse and its sovereignty in man, in
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    • nature. We must all be conscious that our Movement is significant not
    • is true that more delicately organized natures feel pain at the
    • connected with the mysteries was of such a nature that forces flowed
    • nature of spirit self is that it must pre-suppose the existence in
    • belief, and their work should be of the nature of cooperation among
    • salvation lies in the Russian nature and in the Russian form of life
    • their village communities there is still something of the nature of
    • producing something of the nature of a world document that would
    • everything in the world contradicts the divine nature. By what means,
    • would be vain, and everything we could say about a divine nature in
    • Thou gav'st me Nature as a kingdom grand,
    • nature and in the souls of men.
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    • nature. We must all be conscious that our Movement is significant not
    • is true that more delicately organized natures feel pain at the
    • connected with the mysteries was of such a nature that forces flowed
    • nature of spirit self is that it must pre-suppose the existence in
    • belief, and their work should be of the nature of cooperation among
    • salvation lies in the Russian nature and in the Russian form of life
    • their village communities there is still something of the nature of
    • producing something of the nature of a world document that would
    • everything in the world contradicts the divine nature. By what means,
    • would be vain, and everything we could say about a divine nature in
    • Thou gav'st me Nature as a kingdom grand,
    • nature and in the souls of men.
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    • nature that he can have inner experiences. So, while the etheric
    • earthly life, need not necessarily grow out of the virginal nature
    • I am speaking here of human nature in general,
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    • nature that he can have inner experiences. So, while the etheric
    • earthly life, need not necessarily grow out of the virginal nature
    • I am speaking here of human nature in general,
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    • in nature. And with a certain understanding of this link between nature and
    • It thereby expresses the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event.
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    • in nature. And with a certain understanding of this link between nature and
    • It thereby expresses the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event.
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    • eggs, and so on. We can follow the course of nature, follow the stages of
    • Life of nature. But as humanity developed further, those instincts, which
    • cycle of nature but these instincts have more or less died away, and
    • instinctive co-existence with nature. In his case it was more ensouled than
    • importantly, they learned to know the so-called three kingdoms of nature
    • realms of nature. Through concepts and ideas we learn to know mineral,
    • could then see, as it were, into the inner realms of nature. From the
    • of the soul. I can only describe the nature of the crisis by saying that when
    • he learned to look at the nature of the mineral as it was spread before him
    • the nature of man itself baffled him in his attempt. He was able to attain
    • ancient times could say: ‘Man does not reveal his true nature here on
    • the other realms of nature. His home is elsewhere than on the earth. His
    • nature of man they would have needed intellectual capacities themselves.
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    • eggs, and so on. We can follow the course of nature, follow the stages of
    • Life of nature. But as humanity developed further, those instincts, which
    • cycle of nature but these instincts have more or less died away, and
    • instinctive co-existence with nature. In his case it was more ensouled than
    • importantly, they learned to know the so-called three kingdoms of nature
    • realms of nature. Through concepts and ideas we learn to know mineral,
    • could then see, as it were, into the inner realms of nature. From the
    • of the soul. I can only describe the nature of the crisis by saying that when
    • he learned to look at the nature of the mineral as it was spread before him
    • the nature of man itself baffled him in his attempt. He was able to attain
    • ancient times could say: ‘Man does not reveal his true nature here on
    • the other realms of nature. His home is elsewhere than on the earth. His
    • nature of man they would have needed intellectual capacities themselves.
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    • belongs to the earth is of a super-sensible nature. The earth is a real
    • condition. What the soul develops in the nature of immorality, of
    • will arise in them an image of the effect of this lie upon human nature in
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    • belongs to the earth is of a super-sensible nature. The earth is a real
    • condition. What the soul develops in the nature of immorality, of
    • will arise in them an image of the effect of this lie upon human nature in
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    • nature of man's development is entirely different in the three different
    • similar, though, can be said about the forces of man's normal nature,
    • man's nature as it appears in ordinary life. Only there it is not so obvious.
    • of the nature of will, is subsensible.
    • to be taught; it must be man's own nature every time that determines
    • although certain forces appear to be of a spiritual-soul nature, they also
    • come to expression in our bodily nature. For the capacity is terribly
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    • nature of man's development is entirely different in the three different
    • similar, though, can be said about the forces of man's normal nature,
    • man's nature as it appears in ordinary life. Only there it is not so obvious.
    • of the nature of will, is subsensible.
    • to be taught; it must be man's own nature every time that determines
    • although certain forces appear to be of a spiritual-soul nature, they also
    • come to expression in our bodily nature. For the capacity is terribly
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    • instinctive. Only when the instinctive nature which has appeared in
    • only when this instinctive nature becomes instead an active element,
    • emerging in human nature? We can, if you like, call these social
    • in human nature, one also finds the opposite. This fact must above all
    • realm of nature people are not surprised that they cannot burn ice,
    • speak English by nature (single cases may be different) — a
    • that the English-speaking people have to say about the nature of
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    • instinctive. Only when the instinctive nature which has appeared in
    • only when this instinctive nature becomes instead an active element,
    • emerging in human nature? We can, if you like, call these social
    • in human nature, one also finds the opposite. This fact must above all
    • realm of nature people are not surprised that they cannot burn ice,
    • speak English by nature (single cases may be different) — a
    • that the English-speaking people have to say about the nature of
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    • the spirit, without a notion of its real nature, are the theosophists
    • In the nature of things, Hermann Grimm was one of those who
    • experience how in his study of nature the spirit remains dumb, silent,
    • man than for communicating truths about nature. Only a naive mind
    • the concepts of natural science, all its notions of laws of nature,
    • are investigating the laws of nature, no trace of the spirit is
    • with a number of scientific laws and ideas concerning nature — but he
    • soul in the scientific lore of nature, in the abstract, unspiritual
    • concepts commonly employed. Men must have insight into the nature of
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    • In the nature of things, Hermann Grimm was one of those who
    • experience how in his study of nature the spirit remains dumb, silent,
    • man than for communicating truths about nature. Only a naive mind
    • the concepts of natural science, all its notions of laws of nature,
    • are investigating the laws of nature, no trace of the spirit is
    • with a number of scientific laws and ideas concerning nature — but he
    • soul in the scientific lore of nature, in the abstract, unspiritual
    • concepts commonly employed. Men must have insight into the nature of
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    • that its content is associated more with the emotional nature and
    • self-interested nature. Jesus taught that petitionary prayer, asking
    • the Divine nature. But it would be wrong to assume that the creature
    • Now that we have described the nature of Christian prayer and what is
    • briefly recall the nature of man's being.
    • identical with the mineral kingdom and the whole of inorganic nature.
    • nature, the etheric with all that grows and propagates, with the
    • these kingdoms of nature and makes him the crown of Creation.
    • of man's lower nature.
    • etheric body, astral body and the ego-nature. These beings were more
    • union of the lower human nature with the human soul. Up to this time
    • This part of the higher nature which at that time was united with the
    • lower nature and transformed it, and in the process of this
    • means of which man transforms in gradual stages his lower nature into
    • the higher nature. By means of the force working within Manas he
    • man. Now we can look at this higher aspect of human nature from two
    • standpoints: on the one hand as the higher nature of man which he is
    • same course and enquire into the nature of these higher forces in
    • human nature. We shall start from the highest principle, the force of
    • I would now like to characterize for you the true nature and essence
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    • that its content is associated more with the emotional nature and
    • self-interested nature. Jesus taught that petitionary prayer, asking
    • the Divine nature. But it would be wrong to assume that the creature
    • Now that we have described the nature of Christian prayer and what is
    • briefly recall the nature of man's being.
    • identical with the mineral kingdom and the whole of inorganic nature.
    • nature, the etheric with all that grows and propagates, with the
    • these kingdoms of nature and makes him the crown of Creation.
    • of man's lower nature.
    • etheric body, astral body and the ego-nature. These beings were more
    • union of the lower human nature with the human soul. Up to this time
    • This part of the higher nature which at that time was united with the
    • lower nature and transformed it, and in the process of this
    • means of which man transforms in gradual stages his lower nature into
    • the higher nature. By means of the force working within Manas he
    • man. Now we can look at this higher aspect of human nature from two
    • standpoints: on the one hand as the higher nature of man which he is
    • same course and enquire into the nature of these higher forces in
    • human nature. We shall start from the highest principle, the force of
    • I would now like to characterize for you the true nature and essence
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    • the will is the most mysterious and secret element in human nature. It
    • But when we think of man's spiritual nature we cannot conceive that
    • forms of art or of nature, or in sympathies and antipathies connected
    • If you ask: What is the nature of the forces which make compensation
    • seers, something of which they said: Of its essential nature it is not
    • it was certainly present. To understand the Greek nature we must
    • source of Love. Eros — the sun-nature within the human being
    • the ocean-depths of the soul that man bears the sun-nature today. It
    • in sacred ritual and cult, they revealed to the people the true nature
    • that locality which, by its very nature, will bring it into complete
    • shadows of a purely external knowledge of nature. Thus the task of the
    • nature-knowledge in the best sense — only then will an important
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    • the will is the most mysterious and secret element in human nature. It
    • But when we think of man's spiritual nature we cannot conceive that
    • forms of art or of nature, or in sympathies and antipathies connected
    • If you ask: What is the nature of the forces which make compensation
    • seers, something of which they said: Of its essential nature it is not
    • it was certainly present. To understand the Greek nature we must
    • source of Love. Eros — the sun-nature within the human being
    • the ocean-depths of the soul that man bears the sun-nature today. It
    • in sacred ritual and cult, they revealed to the people the true nature
    • that locality which, by its very nature, will bring it into complete
    • shadows of a purely external knowledge of nature. Thus the task of the
    • nature-knowledge in the best sense — only then will an important
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    • The Human Soul and the World of Nature.
    • and riddles. These two ideas are: the inner being of Nature and the
    • In his knowledge man feels himself outside Nature. What would induce
    • ordinary life, of entering more deeply into the Nature that presents
    • knowledge, that man feels separated from the inner being of Nature.
    • being of Nature to allow him to gain some degree of satisfaction from
    • last resort can be known concerning the being of Nature is somehow
    • being of Nature, on the other with the self-knowledge of man. Let us
    • In olden times, these two aims — knowledge of Nature and knowledge of
    • time, and man has thereby detached himself from surrounding Nature. He
    • over against Nature; he stands outside her, that he may then
    • inner being of Nature grows.
    • the inner being of Nature. They were afraid lest he be hurt in his
    • Nature. And believing that if he did so unprepared, he would sink into
    • ancients took such care to avoid. He acquires his knowledge of Nature;
    • intellect, we never penetrate to the inner being of Nature. I here
    • To Nature's heart
    • who shared Haller's attitude towards Nature, labeled such thinkers
    • the heart of Nature, shall carry the soul into her innermost being.
    • ‘To Nature's heart
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    • The Human Soul and the World of Nature.
    • and riddles. These two ideas are: the inner being of Nature and the
    • In his knowledge man feels himself outside Nature. What would induce
    • ordinary life, of entering more deeply into the Nature that presents
    • knowledge, that man feels separated from the inner being of Nature.
    • being of Nature to allow him to gain some degree of satisfaction from
    • last resort can be known concerning the being of Nature is somehow
    • being of Nature, on the other with the self-knowledge of man. Let us
    • In olden times, these two aims — knowledge of Nature and knowledge of
    • time, and man has thereby detached himself from surrounding Nature. He
    • over against Nature; he stands outside her, that he may then
    • inner being of Nature grows.
    • the inner being of Nature. They were afraid lest he be hurt in his
    • Nature. And believing that if he did so unprepared, he would sink into
    • ancients took such care to avoid. He acquires his knowledge of Nature;
    • intellect, we never penetrate to the inner being of Nature. I here
    • To Nature's heart
    • who shared Haller's attitude towards Nature, labeled such thinkers
    • the heart of Nature, shall carry the soul into her innermost being.
    • ‘To Nature's heart
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    • sublime nature and lofty goal of all human endeavour. In epochs
    • evolution a part of human nature has, indeed, been lost. All these
    • Such goodness can lead the soul into the qualities, nature and
    • these forces are of such a nature that they actually instill into the
    • nature, when, to begin with, as he lives in his physical body, he is
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    • sublime nature and lofty goal of all human endeavour. In epochs
    • evolution a part of human nature has, indeed, been lost. All these
    • Such goodness can lead the soul into the qualities, nature and
    • these forces are of such a nature that they actually instill into the
    • nature, when, to begin with, as he lives in his physical body, he is
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    • even earlier — humanity regarded its own life and the nature of
    • possessed a certain clairvoyant capacity of a dreamlike nature. And we
    • Of what nature were these preparations? These preparations for a
    • precious in an age when the nature of substance was somewhat
    • trying to penetrate into the nature of the event of Golgotha with
    • the forces of nature and heredity.
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    • even earlier — humanity regarded its own life and the nature of
    • possessed a certain clairvoyant capacity of a dreamlike nature. And we
    • Of what nature were these preparations? These preparations for a
    • precious in an age when the nature of substance was somewhat
    • trying to penetrate into the nature of the event of Golgotha with
    • the forces of nature and heredity.
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    • look more deeply into the nature of the human being, into the nature
    • into the nature of the human being.
    • and daredevilry. Mobius finds the basic feature of the female nature
    • are speaking of things which must follow from the very nature of
    • culture, and it is simply the quality and nature of this culture that
    • time through the whole nature of our culture.
    • picture, sketching human nature in broad outline.
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • spiritual-scientific world-view sees a second body in man's nature,
    • in the human being, with which his external nature ends and his
    • the savage is completely surrounded by the forces of Nature, but the
    • which is given by Nature, by divine powers; and the other is that
    • which go more deeply still into the nature of man, where the
    • different members of the human nature, it would convince you that it
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
    • being, at this nature of Man. A riddle in the relations between man
    • nature itself. It is precisely occultism, or the intimate observation
    • of the human nature, that guides us into the physical body, the
    • recognise that in a man there is something of the feminine nature,
    • and in a woman, a more masculine nature. From this it can be
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    • look more deeply into the nature of the human being, into the nature
    • into the nature of the human being.
    • and daredevilry. Mobius finds the basic feature of the female nature
    • are speaking of things which must follow from the very nature of
    • culture, and it is simply the quality and nature of this culture that
    • time through the whole nature of our culture.
    • picture, sketching human nature in broad outline.
    • and substances that are found outside in so-called inanimate nature.
    • spiritual-scientific world-view sees a second body in man's nature,
    • in the human being, with which his external nature ends and his
    • the savage is completely surrounded by the forces of Nature, but the
    • which is given by Nature, by divine powers; and the other is that
    • which go more deeply still into the nature of man, where the
    • different members of the human nature, it would convince you that it
    • nature. One must be quite clear what kind of difference exists
    • being, at this nature of Man. A riddle in the relations between man
    • nature itself. It is precisely occultism, or the intimate observation
    • of the human nature, that guides us into the physical body, the
    • recognise that in a man there is something of the feminine nature,
    • and in a woman, a more masculine nature. From this it can be
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    • individual human being, just as the nature of his powers and faculties
    • consider in greater detail the nature of man himself. In the sense of
    • understanding of his nature.
    • itself be in the nature of a religious rite, a sacrament, and nobody
    • to understand the deeper side of human nature. A time will come — and
    • And thirdly: Unquestionable insight into the spiritual nature of the
    • to follow the dictates of his own proper nature, he could not very
    • that will arise in human nature, instinctive knowledge connected with the
    • nature in terms of causality! Natural science will be totally blind to
    • application of the forces of nature by means of spiritual powers, an
    • denote an aberration from the path which, in the nature of humanity
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    • individual human being, just as the nature of his powers and faculties
    • consider in greater detail the nature of man himself. In the sense of
    • understanding of his nature.
    • itself be in the nature of a religious rite, a sacrament, and nobody
    • to understand the deeper side of human nature. A time will come — and
    • And thirdly: Unquestionable insight into the spiritual nature of the
    • to follow the dictates of his own proper nature, he could not very
    • that will arise in human nature, instinctive knowledge connected with the
    • nature in terms of causality! Natural science will be totally blind to
    • application of the forces of nature by means of spiritual powers, an
    • denote an aberration from the path which, in the nature of humanity
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    • extent that their nature is set forth in Anthroposophy, and of what crisis
    • higher soul-spiritual nature. I have already explained this before.
    • was at the most one dealing with the special nature of metamorphosis
    • spirit and soul continues. They thought about the nature of this
    • gods, we would never have learnt anything concerning the nature of
    • which is so full of disputes concerning the nature of Christianity in
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    • extent that their nature is set forth in Anthroposophy, and of what crisis
    • higher soul-spiritual nature. I have already explained this before.
    • was at the most one dealing with the special nature of metamorphosis
    • spirit and soul continues. They thought about the nature of this
    • gods, we would never have learnt anything concerning the nature of
    • which is so full of disputes concerning the nature of Christianity in
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    • developing organs which can perceive spiritual truths (just as Nature
    • circle which may be represented or met with in Nature. So it is in the
    • think of the essence of Nature and of Spiritual Being as independently
    • mathematics in our knowledge of Nature. This implies nothing else
    • It is not by the usual philosophical speculations upon the nature of
    • “self-knowledge” the inner nature of our own spiritual
    • will be the most wonderful creation of the world, for which Nature
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    • developing organs which can perceive spiritual truths (just as Nature
    • circle which may be represented or met with in Nature. So it is in the
    • think of the essence of Nature and of Spiritual Being as independently
    • mathematics in our knowledge of Nature. This implies nothing else
    • It is not by the usual philosophical speculations upon the nature of
    • “self-knowledge” the inner nature of our own spiritual
    • will be the most wonderful creation of the world, for which Nature
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    • in a far more unprejudiced way. The poet's adventurous nature explains
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    • unprejudiced way. The poet's adventurous nature explains to some
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    • be born. Life is formless it could (not?) live out its own nature in
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    • Here we see how something of a moral nature is the outcome of a quite
    • completely into our bodily nature. These senses we perceive altogether
    • cannot approach the real nature of processes if one thus pursues
    • nature in it, for it originates from that in us wherein we ourselves
    • organ of so specific a nature, but this does not justify us in
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    • higher nature, within which we have responsibility, to that other
    • to a formula. The argument as to whether the Son is of the same nature
    • and being as the Father, or of a different nature and being, is
    • more to the observation of external nature, until in the nineteenth
    • of the Anglo-American nature, of western culture.
    • laws. All that exists of a more traditional nature, and belongs to
    • upper man) has, as regards its real nature, faded away into belief.
    • Those people have never made themselves acquainted with the nature of
    • they are now applied to the observation of external nature, and it can
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    • THIS cleft in human nature of which I have been speaking also finds
    • as belonging by their very nature to the life of both soul and body.
    • nature itself. To do this one needs an opportunity of watching how the
    • he was describing something of a soul-nature
    • of recognising these very subtle differences in human nature.
    • the Goetheanum last autumn. [* Grenzen der Naturerkenntnis,
    • appears to us as of a soul-spiritual nature, and on the other hand,
    • up with the bodily nature, and which on the other hand we can grasp,
    • moral constitution of his soul and the causality of nature is not a
    • nature. It seems as if we are powerless, as if we must feel ourselves
    • in human nature. The man who has little idea of how deeply such a
    • inmost nature is a misfortune. Confronted by the conflict between
    • an actual process in human nature. We are not here merely in order,
    • outer nature. We men really dissolve natural causality within
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    • into colour and form the very nature and being of Christianity itself —
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    • may be compared with the animal nature in this sense. The dead,
    • nature; we ourselves build it up.
    • or pain, until, finally, the soul-nature is such that it can descend
    • The next is the human kingdom. Mineral Nature and the plant kingdom
    • knowledge, that in human nature there is an eternal core of being
    • only be danger for those who have not purified their natures through
    • intercourse is of a spiritual nature it is not sinful, but when it is
    • ‘animal’ in quality and nature is the basic element in which
    • Thus abstractly described, the nature of the process is easy to grasp;
    • realise vividly what was the nature of your particular interest in the
    • we understand the nature of clairvoyant connection with the dead. What
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    • may be compared with the animal nature in this sense. The dead,
    • nature; we ourselves build it up.
    • or pain, until, finally, the soul-nature is such that it can descend
    • The next is the human kingdom. Mineral Nature and the plant kingdom
    • knowledge, that in human nature there is an eternal core of being
    • only be danger for those who have not purified their natures through
    • intercourse is of a spiritual nature it is not sinful, but when it is
    • ‘animal’ in quality and nature is the basic element in which
    • Thus abstractly described, the nature of the process is easy to grasp;
    • realise vividly what was the nature of your particular interest in the
    • we understand the nature of clairvoyant connection with the dead. What
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture I: The Egyptian period, and the present time.
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    • upon the centre of his own human nature. With this feeling of
    • pictures of Madonna in a way so wonderfully true to nature; he knows
    • shall have to direct our attention to the nature, the goal, and the
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture II: Ancient Wisdom and the new Apocalyptic Wisdom. Temple sleep. Isis and the Madonna. Past stages of Evolution. The bestowing of the Ego. Future Powers.
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    • nature of temple-sleep, which was one of the remedies employed by the
    • will then be capable of acting on human nature to harmonize and heal.
    • exercised upon human nature by so-called “sense free” ideas,
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture III: The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
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    • The Kingdoms of Nature. Group-egos. The Centre of Man. The Kingdoms of Higher Spiritual Beings.
    • nature; the mineral, vegetable, animal, and human kingdoms. Man is not
    • possesses an ego-nature; he alone in this physical world has a
    • belongs to the fingers. This comparison brings us to the group-nature
    • or soul-nature in the case of animals.
    • ego-nature which in the case of man is present in the physical world
    • existence that the earth, as regards its mineral nature, should suffer
    • We have now dealt with the four kingdoms of nature, the mineral,
  • 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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    • supplement the different Kingdoms of nature that surround us in the
    • outside. In the sunlight the spiritual nature of the Spirits of Form
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture V: The sacrifice of the substance by the Thrones, Kyriotetes, Dynami's, and Exusiai. Jehovah and the Elohim, and their co-operative activity in the stages of human Development.
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    • addition to a physical body an etheric body has a plant-nature; our
    • higher nature of the animal-man of the Moon. Such were the denizens of
    • in so far as it is of a mental and spiritual nature, we find in many
    • picture rose within him of the inner nature of the approaching being,
  • 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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    • It belongs to the very nature of our theme that these lectures should
    • soul nature of man. At a certain point of time they reached such a
    • such a nature that it had constant need of the forces that worked upon
    • implanted by the laws of nature; and the further back we go the more
    • in it by the laws of nature, by the forces appertaining to the
    • regard to those qualities which reached down into the lower nature,
  • 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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    • called volcanic in nature, when large tracts of land lying south of
    • nature only, and take on no external form. This is what man's higher
    • nature all that was useful; so that when we look back into such
    • were more of a plant-like nature, but with these we shall not deal at
    • events were of a very stormy nature. The physical part of man was not
    • indicated the nature of this Impulse when we spoke about the long
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture VIII: Mans connection with the various planetary bodies. The earth's mission.
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    • inner nature?
    • nature, and what they have to do is regulated by the wise group-soul.
    • Only when the group-nature is overcome, and individual confronts
    • expressed its nature in the words, “He who does not forsake
    • Let us consider the nature of a plant according to Rosicrucian wisdom.
    • these. Hence one can say in a spiritual sense, when the soul-nature of
    • and spirit nature; when that which exists in the world rises before
    • the Spheres.” The whole world then utters forth its nature, and
    • within the very nature of things. This is more than inspirational
  • 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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  • 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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    • the lower kingdoms of nature, these give him the substances and forces
    • with the lower kingdoms of nature. It is true he only enters these
    • nature of the Angels and Archangels. Just as light is still light
    • From the nature of the conditions laid down in my book
    • human nature, and, on account of this, through the war of all against
  • Title: Universe, Earth and Man: Lecture XI: The reversing of Egyptian remembrance into material forms by way of Arabism. The harmonizing of Egyptian remembrance. The Christian impulse of power in Rosicrucianism.
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    • was entirely suited to human nature.
    • more in man, and re-appears on the other side in the nature of man. It
    • more materialistic form; even man's connection with animal nature
    • last lecture, but it was of a different nature; this is a new descent
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    • to transmute it by liberating the divine-willing, strong ego-nature
    • no longer express their true nature — they may indeed become the
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    • does to external nature. It belongs to us in so far
    • inasmuch as we have within us a portion of nature,
    • nature. So in the world wherein we live we must
    • nature and at the same time in man, lives in us as
    • part of the great unknown Nature.
    • unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being
    • which is of one kind with Nature, the name of the
    • subconscious. As to the nature of the Will, we need
    • In other words, human nature strives, in so far as
    • after the Christ had worked upon the Logos-nature of
    • of man as he is according to his own nature.
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    • does to external nature. It belongs to us in so far
    • inasmuch as we have within us a portion of nature,
    • nature. So in the world wherein we live we must
    • nature and at the same time in man, lives in us as
    • part of the great unknown Nature.
    • unknown in Nature, and to the part of our own being
    • which is of one kind with Nature, the name of the
    • subconscious. As to the nature of the Will, we need
    • In other words, human nature strives, in so far as
    • after the Christ had worked upon the Logos-nature of
    • of man as he is according to his own nature.
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    • Two spheres of existence in nature and in man the realm of regularity
    • The duality of human nature — the heavenly and the earthly
    • nature of man. The powers behind the existence of the body as
    • three-foldness of human nature and knowledge, aesthetics and morality.
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    • the more these life-obscuring clouds arise. It is about human nature,
    • often indefinable aspects of human nature.
    • with much M in their nature can load upon themselves? What, indeed, is
    • the extent that his plant nature gains the upper hand. Paradoxical!
    • resembles a dog. All the rest of nature, you see, is condensed in the
    • Everything that is spread out before us in nature is contained in man
    • many people about who possess similar natures. Contemporary humanity
    • includes many individuals with natures similar to Weininger's. It is
    • transitional nature of our times, an interesting example. It is
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    • Two spheres of existence in nature and in man the realm of regularity
    • autumn. And the realm of nature presents us with many other things in
    • But there is another realm of nature, one which cannot be experienced
    • You see here two distinct realms of nature, one that manifests
    • call nature as a whole. I would like to describe the overall
    • impression that nature makes on us at a given instant as a mixture of
    • two spheres of nature expressed in some human form, one which exhibits
    • from the way they are expressed out there in nature. Nevertheless,
    • that twofold division of nature into order and irregularity should
    • The contrast in human nature between the regularity of normal thinking
    • and the lack of it in dreams is really of this nature. A person is
    • deeply into nature. It begins to appear to us as it has appeared to
    • ‘What, then, is this part of nature that is not regulated by the
    • nature that does not proceed regularly or in accordance with rules?
    • What is this nature of rain, of hail, of storms, of thunder, of
    • always answered, ‘Here nature appears as a somnambulist!’
    • manifestations, we find nature as a somnambulist, a somnambulistic
    • consciousness of earthly nature. That is a profound truth.
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    • The duality of human nature — the heavenly and the earthly
    • become aware of the fundamentally dual nature of the human being. We
    • certain other, deeper regions of human nature, regions which in a
    • nature. That is most easily imagined if you consider the skeleton.
    • pictorial expression of the dual nature of a human being, for the head
    • light. In that, something of an unquestionably earthly nature is
    • earthly nature, perhaps, but earthly all the same. Yesterday, in the
    • understand the nature of either mankind or of the world as long as one
    • represented it. Understanding the substantial nature of the material
    • precisely because he does not understand the substantial nature of
    • sense in which human nature is dual, and how this is outwardly
    • nature and to the universe, but that it makes no difference to nature
    • or to the universe that such a thing is added to it. Nature could just
    • with our ideas. They are an addition. So why should nature not be
    • nature fashioned man so that thinking is not even included among his
    • cosmic aspects of human nature.
    • human being has a dual nature. But not only does man have a dual
    • nature; in addition to that, his external shape also carries both past
    • deep, deep into the nature and origins of world existence and human
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    • nature of man. The powers behind the existence of the body as
    • three-foldness of human nature and knowledge, aesthetics and morality.
    • with a dual nature. Because humanity has this dual nature, it is
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    • of nature — the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms — flow
    • things are connected with human nature, but please note that it is
    • once it has been taken hold of by the moral nature of the Earth. Moral
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    • much about the complicated nature of the human being; but the time is
    • essentially dual nature, and of how his external body already reveals
    • this dual nature. The body divides into two parts which are built
    • between the nature of a concept and the thing that the concept
    • nature of a grain of wheat. As he sets about it, he says: ‘I will
    • proceeds to seek for the nature of the grain of wheat in its
    • discovering something essential about the nature of a grain of wheat
    • corresponds to the nature of a grain of wheat to be as it is, must
    • secondary matter. It has nothing to do with the inner nature of a
    • nature provides something good for human nourishment. But that has
    • nothing to do with the inner nature of a grain of wheat, or with the
    • its nature quite a complicated one. And it is only in dreams such as
    • inner nature of wheat. We can go on to ask: What are the further
    • Here nature gives you an opportunity to build a concept that must be
    • substances in nature was explained as the work of mysterious spirits
    • It is similar when we go about acquiring knowledge of external nature
    • being separated from their own original nature. Something similar
    • developed in a way that runs totally contrary to the nature of ideas
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    • significant spiritual beings whose nature is reflected within us
    • what, as lower nature, is present in man. These spiritual counterparts
    • in the example from inorganic nature, only intensified to the point of
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    • soul-spiritual nature is related to our physical, bodily nature. In
    • between the necessities of reason and the necessities of nature. He
    • the necessity of nature approach one another.
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    • of nature. Why should men need to establish natural laws if all they
    • establishing laws and arriving at the laws of nature? To this Ernst
    • and hold them together in our thought. What we call a law of nature is
    • believe that they could read in the book of nature and explain how
    • the truth of judgements and to make discoveries about the nature of
    • unprejudiced observation of the hierarchy of the realms of nature. He
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    • whole nature and spirit of evolution, there must have been a time,
    • heavens will reveal their own nature is just an empty phrase.
    • to the unconscious nature of the sexual process in earlier times. It
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    • thinking — or thought. Nor, because of the nature of the thinking
    • We have the power to express all the movements of our inner nature
    • language of nature and for perceiving how certain elemental beings
    • original form, the nature of which I have just indicated, it would not
    • in the fundamental nature of the human being are due to influences
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    • For our soul-spiritual nature is physically expressed by the colour of
    • more seek a wisdom that enters into the nature of things. Once people
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    • nature of Christ. The author of the Gospel of St. John definitely
    • man — something which can be found in its true nature only if we
    • Humanity can be born again, in its inmost divine nature, in Jesus of
    • preliminary stages, of comprehensive nature, must be traversed. A man
    • first fully contain the spiritual nature which seeks to incarnate in
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    • nature became merely the inner part of the physical, was not called
    • that the spiritual nature which the rest of mankind has yet to
    • of a healing and conciliating nature were at work. That is no mere
    • nature. Yet we recognize in him a high initiate who was destined at a
    • and emotion. We need an understanding of this nature, if we would
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    • nature. I must mention this because certain facts with which the great
    • If no intervention of a spiritual nature occurred here, in the
    • highest and most interior principles of human nature, but they are far
    • we distinguish a threefold nature which runs parallel with that of the
    • stage of threefold nature (astral, etheric, and physical body), only
    • it were, typical forms assumed by animal nature. There were therefore
    • animals, it is nevertheless true that the degenerated nature of the
    • expressed the degenerated nature of the so-called bull-men, and so on.
    • Such was the nature of the human being, in a densified state, after
    • brought the bull, lion, and eagle nature to a harmonious unity in
    • but man could not behold it. The essential nature of the Saturn
    • spiritual nature:
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    • spiritual nature, also detached themselves, as an older form of Sun
    • something in the nature of an outcast from the human kingdom — a
    • highly developed bodies in order to work in the inner nature of man.
    • nature of man but little prepared for us.’ In the Persian period
    • certain higher beings said: ‘We can now descend into the human nature
    • man who had waited longest, who had developed his inner nature through
    • nature of this man who dwelt in Jesus of Nazareth and who had made his
    • take residence in the inner nature of the man who waited longest.’ To
    • upon him and unite with his inner nature. From the time of the Baptism
    • nature attained ever higher development — until at last Jesus of
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    • could perceive everything in the nature of spiritual influences at
    • nature of a spiritual picture; and what the spirit experienced in this
    • with their higher nature. So that we need only clothe his exhortations
    • of human nature, so that human love becomes something entirely
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    • baptism by John. The true nature of Christ's influence upon the world
    • will be clear to us inasmuch as we explain the nature of the baptism
    • does not believe that there is anything of a spiritual nature behind
    • nature and cultivate that part of himself which is not inherited, will
    • nature which we bring with us from a former life enters and organizes
    • of reincarnation, of the nature of man, of the survey of the cosmos,
    • his material nature will be heightened. Since man today is restricted
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    • nature, however low the earthly image may appear. Thus we have high
    • Sun, work from there upon the Earth-sphere in the nature of
    • other natures in a harmonious synthesis — the ‘Man-spirits’.
    • the secret properties of human nature pertaining to the glandular,
    • another region of human nature — the part which clings to the
    • first say a few words concerning the spiritual nature of the bird
    • them to densify. So they densified in a manner suitable to a nature
    • facts. The spiritual prototypes corresponding to these bird natures
    • beings appear to us in the counterpart of the Bull-nature in man.’ But
    • a perception of the ‘Bull’ nature, or the ‘Lion-spirits’ and so on.
    • recognize the Christ-nature. His knowledge of initiation was in
    • nature was of the noblest kind. At the same time we must realize to
    • the Evangelists with what may be said to constitute the real nature of
    • acquainted with the true nature of the Death of Christ believed in the
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    • by its very nature could exercise an unbounded influence on those who
    • drawn from the sources of Nature. Hence it must be expressly stated
    • united with Nature — such water alone could be suitable for His
    • and with the forces of Nature contained in the water — the forces
    • tasted the water as wine. But everything in the nature of a real force
    • and psychic nature. Here again we have an increase of Christ's power.
    • And now let us proceed. As I said, the real nature of the miracles
    • and they see Christ. This vision at a distance is of such nature that
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    • mystery. There was something in human nature to which the power of a
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    • first call up before us the nature of the connection between the
    • I have told you that everything of a general nature in man, all that
    • From my mother a happy nature and delight in telling fables,’
    • nature, will not combat another's opinion in another's soul. He will
    • to man's inner being. The forces governing human nature must combat
    • In an initiation of this nature the etheric and astral bodies were
    • knowledge of human nature in keeping with the remnants of ancient
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    • mankind. Now of what nature was the life of the soul in the old
    • but since he saw the spirit, everything of a spiritual nature that
    • nature flow into the human being. Man has lost the ability to behold
    • the transformation which humanity experienced in the nature of its
    • From my mother a happy nature and delight in telling fables.’
    • nature than in later times. Considered today, the physical and etheric
    • Their activity within human nature was such that the Luciferic beings
    • in the nature of a physical body would fall a prey to corruption, and
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    • nature of the Mystery of Golgotha is only possible when light has been
    • Now we must consider in all its gravity a truth of this nature, to the
    • we apprehend, we are struck by one of especially fundamental nature
    • knowledge of the true nature of death — that is, the knowledge
    • fourth principle of his nature, and that this Ego, as it develops, has
    • His Son into the world, that the real nature of the Father should be
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    • nature that they were contained more or less within the divine Being.
    • Henceforth it is true that everything in the nature of the former
    • recognized in its true nature unless we see in it a sheath that
    • received with a full sense of their sacred nature.
    • a nature to convince him that He whose advent he had been led to
    • creation among the works of Nature than I; but without thee, lower
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    • were a part of the workers' daily concerns. Nature with its mineral,
    • experiment; all we need to do is pay attention to how nature
    • becomes ill in any way, we discover that nature herself arranged such
    • nature that pulled up these mountains. In some places the forces were
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    • were a part of the workers' daily concerns. Nature with its mineral,
    • experiment; all we need to do is pay attention to how nature
    • becomes ill in any way, we discover that nature herself arranged such
    • nature that pulled up these mountains. In some places the forces were
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    • It is the first lecture in the series The Inner Nature of Music,
    • The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone
    • many men, and so he creates the archetypal image, which in nature is
    • So the artist surpasses nature. He extracts her archetypal essence,
    • creative depths of nature, he creates something real and achieves a
    • the Will in nature, to “things in themselves”; it
    • kingdoms of nature are the letters of the alphabet, and Man is the
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    • It is the first lecture in the series The Inner Nature of Music,
    • The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone
    • many men, and so he creates the archetypal image, which in nature is
    • So the artist surpasses nature. He extracts her archetypal essence,
    • creative depths of nature, he creates something real and achieves a
    • the Will in nature, to “things in themselves”; it
    • kingdoms of nature are the letters of the alphabet, and Man is the
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    • hand and the physical bodily nature on the other, without becoming
    • impulse of reason and the impulse that comes from nature. Through a
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    • hand and the physical bodily nature on the other, without becoming
    • impulse of reason and the impulse that comes from nature. Through a
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    • coming from physical nature; this Schiller calls the influence of
    • natural necessity. It includes everything produced by the sense-nature
    • practise it as a law of his own nature. The necessity of the senses he
    • consideration is given today to this threefold nature of man, and so
    • corresponds to the middle element in man, his rhythmic nature. Third,
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    • coming from physical nature; this Schiller calls the influence of
    • natural necessity. It includes everything produced by the sense-nature
    • practise it as a law of his own nature. The necessity of the senses he
    • consideration is given today to this threefold nature of man, and so
    • corresponds to the middle element in man, his rhythmic nature. Third,
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    • FOR a true understanding of the nature of the human being we have to
    • attracted to us by reason of our nature, work at the shaping of our
    • the subconscious parts of our nature in spiritual spheres. In
    • Up to that time one's teaching about nature should be entirely of the
    • kind where the description of nature and her processes is connected
    • life. Only at the ninth year may one begin to describe nature in a
    • of taking note of external nature in a more objective way. Earlier, he
    • unites whatever he sees in nature with his own being. Now the
    • nature, if in childhood he has not learned to pray. Prayer turns into
    • nature of Christianity. His book is page for page a description of the
    • but they refer paramountly to inner processes of human nature, for
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    • FOR a true understanding of the nature of the human being we have to
    • attracted to us by reason of our nature, work at the shaping of our
    • the subconscious parts of our nature in spiritual spheres. In
    • Up to that time one's teaching about nature should be entirely of the
    • kind where the description of nature and her processes is connected
    • life. Only at the ninth year may one begin to describe nature in a
    • of taking note of external nature in a more objective way. Earlier, he
    • unites whatever he sees in nature with his own being. Now the
    • nature, if in childhood he has not learned to pray. Prayer turns into
    • nature of Christianity. His book is page for page a description of the
    • but they refer paramountly to inner processes of human nature, for
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    • whole nature and being. The Greek was right when he felt that the Sun
    • deeper feeling for Nature. The experience is not nearly as vivid as it
    • by virtue of their own inherent nature. They work here as Earth
    • understand the being of man by investigating the nature of the Earth
    • forces of a super-earthly nature.
    • were entirely earthly in their nature. But in the minerals, too,
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    • whole nature and being. The Greek was right when he felt that the Sun
    • deeper feeling for Nature. The experience is not nearly as vivid as it
    • by virtue of their own inherent nature. They work here as Earth
    • understand the being of man by investigating the nature of the Earth
    • forces of a super-earthly nature.
    • were entirely earthly in their nature. But in the minerals, too,
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    • Supersensible. As to what the mineral nature is, you may read of this
    • predisposition to a religious nature could not work on into an earthly
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    • Supersensible. As to what the mineral nature is, you may read of this
    • predisposition to a religious nature could not work on into an earthly
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    • questions about nature, about the cosmos and the entire world, about
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    • questions about nature, about the cosmos and the entire world, about
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    • the Epiphany. The lecture today, therefore, will be more in the nature of a
    • spirit and the world soul spread out around you then as nature spreads out
    • inner being; similarly the plant kingdom. What surrounds you in nature will
    • nature that surrounds us in the kingdoms of the minerals, plants and
    • animals. We take nature into ourselves. That nature exists is none of our
    • doing; all we can do is to make nature part of our own being. But what we
    • four kingdoms of nature, of which man is one. To bring spirit into the
    • it with nature. In times to come we shall have within us what is now spread
    • it will be with nature. We take nature into ourselves from outside and
    • nature will be within us as a power. That is the great thought at the basis
    • you breathe nature into yourselves. The act of sight does not pass away
    • use of the physical forces of nature, but without the essential degree of
    • stages in the development of human nature and of the human soul. Just think
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    • the Epiphany. The lecture today, therefore, will be more in the nature of a
    • spirit and the world soul spread out around you then as nature spreads out
    • inner being; similarly the plant kingdom. What surrounds you in nature will
    • nature that surrounds us in the kingdoms of the minerals, plants and
    • animals. We take nature into ourselves. That nature exists is none of our
    • doing; all we can do is to make nature part of our own being. But what we
    • four kingdoms of nature, of which man is one. To bring spirit into the
    • it with nature. In times to come we shall have within us what is now spread
    • it will be with nature. We take nature into ourselves from outside and
    • nature will be within us as a power. That is the great thought at the basis
    • you breathe nature into yourselves. The act of sight does not pass away
    • use of the physical forces of nature, but without the essential degree of
    • stages in the development of human nature and of the human soul. Just think
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    • are reflected during sleep. As we work on earth with nature's forces,
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    • dignity and our human nature, that we must first do something in the
    • man's soul nature, with a certain inner anxiety or uneasiness. He
    • of life that his inner nature carries out imitations of the planetary
    • nature. In the second stage of sleep the movement of Venus, of
    • nature. This whole reciprocal action of the planetary movements of our
    • divine-spiritual Hierarchies. And, just as we work with nature's
    • forces here on earth, just as we use external objects of nature as
    • experiences as his inner nature merely facsimiles of the planetary
    • through these worlds; they become his inner nature. And it is always
    • today who can investigate the nature of man's connection with the
    • digestive power of the soul nature; they will appropriate this
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    • comprehend thy nature and the nature of thy offspring whom
    • nature which the youthful messenger assigned to thee; for by
    • figure of intuition was of the nature of the Seraphim. And
    • the inner nature of color, just as everything having its
    • nature, otherwise regarded as a mere soulless mass of forms
    • colors to be found in lifeless nature — these thou wilt
    • in external nature. From the human soul will flow reflected
    • of all these beauties of nature which flow, as it were, out
    • spirit nature with the light of Zeus!
    • earth itself. She herself had become of one nature with
    • own nature, especially with her art nature, and that she must
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    • comprehend thy nature and the nature of thy offspring whom
    • nature which the youthful messenger assigned to thee; for by
    • figure of intuition was of the nature of the Seraphim. And
    • the inner nature of color, just as everything having its
    • nature, otherwise regarded as a mere soulless mass of forms
    • colors to be found in lifeless nature — these thou wilt
    • in external nature. From the human soul will flow reflected
    • of all these beauties of nature which flow, as it were, out
    • spirit nature with the light of Zeus!
    • earth itself. She herself had become of one nature with
    • own nature, especially with her art nature, and that she must
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    • form existence. So it is in nature everywhere and so it is in the
    • with the outer, mechanical life of nature and how the soul is yoked to
    • nature is ensouled. In the 16th century Giordano Bruno still
    • recognised the life that fills the whole of nature, the whole universe
    • indicates the nature of Tolstoy's antagonism to Western culture. It is
    • of nature in their outer expression, how can you hope to discover how
    • by our lower nature? If not to what common welfare or humanity
    • inner, divine nature, without losing his bearings in the chaos of the
    • Much of what Tolstoy says about the essential nature of man is in
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    • form existence. So it is in nature everywhere and so it is in the
    • with the outer, mechanical life of nature and how the soul is yoked to
    • nature is ensouled. In the 16th century Giordano Bruno still
    • recognised the life that fills the whole of nature, the whole universe
    • indicates the nature of Tolstoy's antagonism to Western culture. It is
    • of nature in their outer expression, how can you hope to discover how
    • by our lower nature? If not to what common welfare or humanity
    • inner, divine nature, without losing his bearings in the chaos of the
    • Much of what Tolstoy says about the essential nature of man is in
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    • that in the same way that the wonders of nature meet us when
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    • that in the same way that the wonders of nature meet us when
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    • accordance with the great Laws of Nature. Two vistas lay before the
    • over everything else. Everything of a physical nature lived in the
    • a kind of Nature worship, reminiscent in many respects of Egyptian
    • connected with Nature. The belief prevailed that holiness was
    • with the Laws of Nature.” The civilization of the
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    • accordance with the great Laws of Nature. Two vistas lay before the
    • over everything else. Everything of a physical nature lived in the
    • a kind of Nature worship, reminiscent in many respects of Egyptian
    • connected with Nature. The belief prevailed that holiness was
    • with the Laws of Nature.” The civilization of the
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    • inwardly united both with the secrets of Nature and with the secrets
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • to turn their attention once again to the super-sensible nature of
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    • consider the super-sensible nature of man when his physical and etheric
    • say here that the physical body dissolves away into outer Nature, into
    • the forces of outer Nature. The etheric body also dissolves, quite
    • Beings are themselves always, by their inherent nature, physiognomy.
    • their whole nature of spirit and soul be impressed upon their
    • looks into his inner nature, knowing the while that the sure working
    • worlds. But the whole nature of the life between death and a new birth
    • explain it in its true nature. To this world that is superphysical but
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    • to-day in common with animal nature. We find, therefore, in the Moon
    • of man's nature.
    • qualities were of like nature with himself in Earthly life. This is
    • acquired free will. The wisdom was by its very nature able to speak
    • Teachers of mankind. But they, with their nature, cannot see these
    • a super-sensible nature, or whether they had understanding for the
    • second is that everything connected with the Sun and the nature of the
    • nature, makes it possible for the Michael Spirit to mediate between
    • in their own intrinsic nature. Their significance is then brought home
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    • nature to himself. I told you how he gradually changes his spirit-form
    • not anything of the nature of theory, nor indeed anything that lends
    • nature. But so far as man is concerned, the most important Beings in
    • the Mars sphere are those who in their whole nature are Cosmic Word.
    • never have a true feeling or perception of the nature of man until we
    • in some of its aspects, the spirit nature of man, his super-sensible
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    • physical and etheric bodily nature, — here too his forces extend
    • that all the loveliness and wonder of the world of nature which makes
    • they are in their real nature? There is indeed, but here again we must
    • of Nature are around us. When, in this higher state of consciousness,
    • and a new birth. The beauties of material Nature on Earth are so full
    • the being of man in health and disease, secrets of Nature are
    • hid. We hear the Beings of the Second Hierarchy speaking of the nature
    • emerge, as it were, from the bodily nature. There is no more beautiful
    • mysteries of Nature and mysteries of Spirit. For man is intimately and
    • super-sensible nature of man, anthroposophically perceived and
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    • concepts. The laws of nature are dead once they have been
    • human nature, and we can understand this when we consider the
    • nature of a crystal would be there. In the second state of
    • manifestations of the Gods in nature. During sleep we enter
    • within the nature of man to pass through death, thereafter to
    • has unlawfully assumed the god-nature. Just as in the Christian
    • mortality of human nature. We have the polar antithesis of
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    • concepts. The laws of nature are dead once they have been
    • human nature, and we can understand this when we consider the
    • nature of a crystal would be there. In the second state of
    • manifestations of the Gods in nature. During sleep we enter
    • within the nature of man to pass through death, thereafter to
    • has unlawfully assumed the god-nature. Just as in the Christian
    • mortality of human nature. We have the polar antithesis of
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    • For thinking, according to its nature, transcends what is
    • WESEN (Nature, essence, being, i.e. existent but not
    • which gives back the nature (Natur) of the things. We there
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    • For thinking, according to its nature, transcends what is
    • WESEN (Nature, essence, being, i.e. existent but not
    • which gives back the nature (Natur) of the things. We there
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    • we shall consider its real nature, as it is beheld super-sensibly,
    • nature, in the shining stream which during earthly sleep flows from
    • morning to evening — but in a way that reveals the whole nature
    • according to their own essential nature, purpose to do for the being
    • of this kind — something of the nature of a Being underlies
    • And so one reaches the point of seeing man's soul and spirit-nature
    • within them what is of the nature of Soul, and who create what is
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    • we shall consider its real nature, as it is beheld super-sensibly,
    • nature, in the shining stream which during earthly sleep flows from
    • morning to evening — but in a way that reveals the whole nature
    • according to their own essential nature, purpose to do for the being
    • of this kind — something of the nature of a Being underlies
    • And so one reaches the point of seeing man's soul and spirit-nature
    • within them what is of the nature of Soul, and who create what is
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    • nature that he is more closely related to the astral body and ego. To
    • which in a Spiritual respect is of like nature to the Hierarchy of
    • people, who are nearer to the life of nature, and who go to bed with
    • with nature, this is not so much the case. But this depends on man's
    • himself; but then his Spiritual nature is more freed, and he is more
    • Spiritual knowledge by Spiritual Science, just as knowledge of nature
    • Father.’ This meeting is of such a nature that it reveals our
    • wrench our bodily nature away from the lower and lift it higher.)
    • constantly permeates and gives life to our bodily nature.
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    • nature that he is more closely related to the astral body and ego. To
    • which in a Spiritual respect is of like nature to the Hierarchy of
    • people, who are nearer to the life of nature, and who go to bed with
    • with nature, this is not so much the case. But this depends on man's
    • himself; but then his Spiritual nature is more freed, and he is more
    • Spiritual knowledge by Spiritual Science, just as knowledge of nature
    • Father.’ This meeting is of such a nature that it reveals our
    • wrench our bodily nature away from the lower and lift it higher.)
    • constantly permeates and gives life to our bodily nature.
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    • mantrams of such a cultic nature: The force with which they return is
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    • the German Section. His teaching of the unique nature and position of
    • Thus it is important first of all to understand the nature of
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    • Thus it is important first of all to understand the nature of
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    • ancient Mysteries and their Initiates, for the nature of our education
    • understanding of the nature of Initiation — far from it! If we
    • were to speak of the nature of the Mysteries and their Initiates in
    • physical nature, who endowed him with material sight and who could
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    • ancient Mysteries and their Initiates, for the nature of our education
    • understanding of the nature of Initiation — far from it! If we
    • were to speak of the nature of the Mysteries and their Initiates in
    • physical nature, who endowed him with material sight and who could
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    • nature of the present era, now approaching its termination, that in the
    • being awakened in the depths of his nature recognize another world
    • dark substratum (be it one of nature according to the materialistic
    • human nature.
    • incision in the evolution of man. Something entered into human nature
    • that only now has it reached the point of embracing external nature so
    • fact as showing that human nature has changed. A careful review of
    • but this was of a dim and dreamlike nature (not such as is described
    • nature-forces, called by the names of Isis and Osiris, when it was
    • this, profane writers asserted that the nature and being of things
    • what was found of the forces of human nature the “sub-earthly”
    • portion of man, not the “super-earthly.” The Nature of the
    • represented all that worked on the Earth of the nature of spiritual
    • forces. The nature of these daemons (in a good sense) was sought
    • Egyptian Mysteries, worked outwards from the inmost nature of man and
    • Universe work upon him through the great and mighty Nature which is
    • by gaining a deep intimacy with Nature, he could gaze upon phenomena
    • in Nature so that he felt himself infinitesimally small in comparison.
    • more a consequence of the Truth in all its ramifications when Nature
    • that what was hidden in external nature (Mithra) as also in the inner
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    • nature of the present era, now approaching its termination, that in the
    • being awakened in the depths of his nature recognize another world
    • dark substratum (be it one of nature according to the materialistic
    • human nature.
    • incision in the evolution of man. Something entered into human nature
    • that only now has it reached the point of embracing external nature so
    • fact as showing that human nature has changed. A careful review of
    • but this was of a dim and dreamlike nature (not such as is described
    • nature-forces, called by the names of Isis and Osiris, when it was
    • this, profane writers asserted that the nature and being of things
    • what was found of the forces of human nature the “sub-earthly”
    • portion of man, not the “super-earthly.” The Nature of the
    • represented all that worked on the Earth of the nature of spiritual
    • forces. The nature of these daemons (in a good sense) was sought
    • Egyptian Mysteries, worked outwards from the inmost nature of man and
    • Universe work upon him through the great and mighty Nature which is
    • by gaining a deep intimacy with Nature, he could gaze upon phenomena
    • in Nature so that he felt himself infinitesimally small in comparison.
    • more a consequence of the Truth in all its ramifications when Nature
    • that what was hidden in external nature (Mithra) as also in the inner
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    • and more reveal the nature of soul and spirit, and finally point to a
    • the divine inner nature of man — who had moreover represented
    • Mysteries really were in their true nature. All that was accomplished
    • he could unite his inner nature with the loftiest of all Beings, of
    • his innermost nature he bears the true Ego which passes from
    • fashioned the individual physical nature of man is living in me as It
    • concerned, not with a ‘man’ but with a Divine Nature
    • primordial nature is changed, in the vision of the mighty
    • organ akin to its own nature. The eye builds itself up in the light,
    • the Divine nature and in the human nature, the above sentence may
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    • and more reveal the nature of soul and spirit, and finally point to a
    • the divine inner nature of man — who had moreover represented
    • Mysteries really were in their true nature. All that was accomplished
    • he could unite his inner nature with the loftiest of all Beings, of
    • his innermost nature he bears the true Ego which passes from
    • fashioned the individual physical nature of man is living in me as It
    • concerned, not with a ‘man’ but with a Divine Nature
    • primordial nature is changed, in the vision of the mighty
    • organ akin to its own nature. The eye builds itself up in the light,
    • the Divine nature and in the human nature, the above sentence may
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    • this the very thing that helps him to understand its nature? And will
    • blindly among the secrets of Nature with vague feelings, and Mysticism
    • the nature of Mysticism. In the first centuries of Christendom the
    • again we find Mystics describing the nature and mode of their
    • Beethoven): “The primal organs of creation and of nature are
    • And now let us briefly consider the nature of the Mysteries. What were
    • place in human nature in the course of the development of art?’ Man's
    • in human nature is in reality one and undivided but has been separated
    • insight into the mysteries of human nature. Herein he felt his call.
    • A way into the inner depths of human nature was thus opened up
    • expression to the higher nature of the human being that he could not
    • intimate relationship with Nature, with stone, plant and animal.
    • Nature around them; the rippling brooks were not inarticulate but the
    • actual expression of Nature's wisdom. Wisdom streamed into the men of
    • kind of consciousness he has to-day. He was shut off from outer Nature
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • instruments verily as if they were the primal organs of Nature.
    •  And what my name and nature
    • Amfortas-mystery portrays how human nature in the course of evolution
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    • this the very thing that helps him to understand its nature? And will
    • blindly among the secrets of Nature with vague feelings, and Mysticism
    • the nature of Mysticism. In the first centuries of Christendom the
    • again we find Mystics describing the nature and mode of their
    • Beethoven): “The primal organs of creation and of nature are
    • And now let us briefly consider the nature of the Mysteries. What were
    • place in human nature in the course of the development of art?’ Man's
    • in human nature is in reality one and undivided but has been separated
    • insight into the mysteries of human nature. Herein he felt his call.
    • A way into the inner depths of human nature was thus opened up
    • expression to the higher nature of the human being that he could not
    • intimate relationship with Nature, with stone, plant and animal.
    • Nature around them; the rippling brooks were not inarticulate but the
    • actual expression of Nature's wisdom. Wisdom streamed into the men of
    • kind of consciousness he has to-day. He was shut off from outer Nature
    • connection with Nature, wisdom is uniform among them, for they live
    • human Ego. The universal Wisdom, once bestowed by Nature herself now
    • instruments verily as if they were the primal organs of Nature.
    •  And what my name and nature
    • Amfortas-mystery portrays how human nature in the course of evolution
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    • evolution of man. The nature of this Being, how He had worked before
    • Naturally one could not have spoken to such men of outer Nature in the
    • sense in which we speak of Nature to-day. In their schools they spoke
    • of a spiritual world, and Nature — generally regarded nowadays as
    • human being to a lifeless nature. But Iamblichus would have
    • the dogma of the One Divine Nature or of the Two Divine Natures
    • every phenomenon of Nature. Julian the Apostate had heard from pupils
    • priests might determine the nature of the demon possessing him. And
    • In very creatures of nature they see the Divine-Spiritual. This is
    • Nature, in animal and in plant. Let no man be so sinful as to believe
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    • evolution of man. The nature of this Being, how He had worked before
    • Naturally one could not have spoken to such men of outer Nature in the
    • sense in which we speak of Nature to-day. In their schools they spoke
    • of a spiritual world, and Nature — generally regarded nowadays as
    • human being to a lifeless nature. But Iamblichus would have
    • the dogma of the One Divine Nature or of the Two Divine Natures
    • every phenomenon of Nature. Julian the Apostate had heard from pupils
    • priests might determine the nature of the demon possessing him. And
    • In very creatures of nature they see the Divine-Spiritual. This is
    • Nature, in animal and in plant. Let no man be so sinful as to believe
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    • mechanical, particularly in regard to the abstract laws of Nature,
    • years and one could say: Something which has the nature of elemental
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    • mechanical, particularly in regard to the abstract laws of Nature,
    • years and one could say: Something which has the nature of elemental
  • Title: Lecture: The Weaving and Living Activity of the Human Etheric Bodies
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    • nature.
    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • kingdoms of Nature have received their stable forms through the
    • Nature and of Mankind”, the words of an ancient Roman:
    • the obtuse people of to-day consider as the everlasting human nature
    • they find as a model, outside, in Nature; thus the inner
    • connection with these members of human nature — those who
    • human nature is, in our time, inclined, as it were, to reveal certain
    • members of human nature are active so that in one brother one
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    • nature.
    • of an Ego. The beings that belong to the other kingdoms of Nature,
    • kingdoms of Nature have received their stable forms through the
    • Nature and of Mankind”, the words of an ancient Roman:
    • the obtuse people of to-day consider as the everlasting human nature
    • they find as a model, outside, in Nature; thus the inner
    • connection with these members of human nature — those who
    • human nature is, in our time, inclined, as it were, to reveal certain
    • members of human nature are active so that in one brother one
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    • nature, a temple dedicated to Pallas Athene, to Apollo or to Zeus
    • The spiritual picture given by Anthroposophy of the physical nature
    • not been seen. But so it is ... In Nature, too, there is something
    • entrust to the sphere of his bodily nature. The mystery of Man as
    • modern age become mature enough to understand the nature of such a
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    • nature, a temple dedicated to Pallas Athene, to Apollo or to Zeus
    • The spiritual picture given by Anthroposophy of the physical nature
    • not been seen. But so it is ... In Nature, too, there is something
    • entrust to the sphere of his bodily nature. The mystery of Man as
    • modern age become mature enough to understand the nature of such a
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    • facts of a spiritual nature lying behind the physical ones. History
    • nature can be seen in the words of the ancient Augustine, who says,
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    • facts of a spiritual nature lying behind the physical ones. History
    • nature can be seen in the words of the ancient Augustine, who says,
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    • for the man of ancient time: the experience of Nature, and the
    • really connect with the necessities or laws of Nature. For the
    • till man at length should only see around him a world of Nature, void
    • by the human heart. Around us is the world of Nature, but where is
    • forgotten Christ. They saw the world of Nature around them, and there
    • things in this age, which bring us knowledge of external Nature) —
    • discovers in his soul the real nature of the thoughts of man. For the
    • and in the sphere of the elemental beings that underlie all Nature.
    • through this Death. We penetrate into Nature with our thoughts,
    • thoughts into the grave of Nature. For Nature does indeed become a
    • Thought as living Thought out of all Nature. With the dead Thought,
    • quartz, out of all Nature. As from the tomb of the mineral world,
    • plant-world of Nature, here too, where otherwise only our dead
    • out into Nature, or gaze into the Universe of stars with the
    • then in our vision of Nature it all becomes alive, and there arises
    • Knowledge of Nature. For He not only placed His own destiny upon the
    • Nature, from all existence in the Cosmos, the living Spirit speaks to
    • experience here on Earth, with our Science of the world of Nature, is
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    • for the man of ancient time: the experience of Nature, and the
    • really connect with the necessities or laws of Nature. For the
    • till man at length should only see around him a world of Nature, void
    • by the human heart. Around us is the world of Nature, but where is
    • forgotten Christ. They saw the world of Nature around them, and there
    • things in this age, which bring us knowledge of external Nature) —
    • discovers in his soul the real nature of the thoughts of man. For the
    • and in the sphere of the elemental beings that underlie all Nature.
    • through this Death. We penetrate into Nature with our thoughts,
    • thoughts into the grave of Nature. For Nature does indeed become a
    • Thought as living Thought out of all Nature. With the dead Thought,
    • quartz, out of all Nature. As from the tomb of the mineral world,
    • plant-world of Nature, here too, where otherwise only our dead
    • out into Nature, or gaze into the Universe of stars with the
    • then in our vision of Nature it all becomes alive, and there arises
    • Knowledge of Nature. For He not only placed His own destiny upon the
    • Nature, from all existence in the Cosmos, the living Spirit speaks to
    • experience here on Earth, with our Science of the world of Nature, is
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    • with the nature of Buddhism, will be aware how its Founder, Gautama
    • of the immortal part of human nature which passes onwards from
    • of the entirely opposite nature of the character of oriental and
    • world by means of the forces of Nature, yet they had a knowledge of
    • those men of simple nature who beheld the Cross and its dead burden
    • beautiful and noble natures (as for instance, Theodor Schulze, who
    • own nature. That, however, is only possible because the greatest
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    • with the nature of Buddhism, will be aware how its Founder, Gautama
    • of the immortal part of human nature which passes onwards from
    • of the entirely opposite nature of the character of oriental and
    • world by means of the forces of Nature, yet they had a knowledge of
    • those men of simple nature who beheld the Cross and its dead burden
    • beautiful and noble natures (as for instance, Theodor Schulze, who
    • own nature. That, however, is only possible because the greatest
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    • every single thing contains something of the nature of sound within
    • members to such an extent that nothing will remain of what Nature, or
    • the spiritual powers existing in Nature, have made of them.
    • future. Thus we speak of a sevenfold nature of the human being,
    • animal nature, but the activity did not reach the point of
    • subconscious essence of man's nature. Therefore, early education
    • itself to the nature of the Ego. As a result, utterances
    • In order, therefore, to understand the essential nature
    • activity of the spirit of speech, is of a symbolical nature in the
    • reveals no indication of the nature of artistic power. If it were
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    • every single thing contains something of the nature of sound within
    • members to such an extent that nothing will remain of what Nature, or
    • the spiritual powers existing in Nature, have made of them.
    • future. Thus we speak of a sevenfold nature of the human being,
    • animal nature, but the activity did not reach the point of
    • subconscious essence of man's nature. Therefore, early education
    • itself to the nature of the Ego. As a result, utterances
    • In order, therefore, to understand the essential nature
    • activity of the spirit of speech, is of a symbolical nature in the
    • reveals no indication of the nature of artistic power. If it were
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    • relationship to external Nature was pre-eminently one of will, we
    • him from this or that fact in Nature, summoning him to defend
    • Read the descriptions I have given in my books of the nature of
    • man, while he stands right within the decaying processes of Nature,
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    • relationship to external Nature was pre-eminently one of will, we
    • him from this or that fact in Nature, summoning him to defend
    • Read the descriptions I have given in my books of the nature of
    • man, while he stands right within the decaying processes of Nature,
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    • whose nature a much more highly spiritual mode of knowledge is
    • conception of Nature. When men spoke in Greece of the Fauns and
    • nature of these beings, we can also follow the processes of
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    • whose nature a much more highly spiritual mode of knowledge is
    • conception of Nature. When men spoke in Greece of the Fauns and
    • nature of these beings, we can also follow the processes of
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    • natural process of evolution it will enter into human nature.
    • call nature-spirits, but not only these. In it are also all those
    • imperceptible to those beings who by their very nature can perceive
    • plant and animal kingdoms of nature, and of the physical human
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    • natural process of evolution it will enter into human nature.
    • call nature-spirits, but not only these. In it are also all those
    • imperceptible to those beings who by their very nature can perceive
    • plant and animal kingdoms of nature, and of the physical human
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    • acquainted with the nature of that thinking which underlies the mode
    • mind the nature of the thinking employed in the myths, how deeply, or
    • of the Osiris-nature of such Gods as primarily give judgment after
    • Salt. Could man — this was known to the investigator of nature
    • has sunk down deep into the nature of man was a more living one in
    • younger process which has also entered deep down into human nature
    • see, even superficial ideas can indicate to us that certain nature
    • processes of nature. Mythology was therefore at the same time a sort
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    • more inward-lying forces of human nature are connected with what come
    • with the macrocosm for what lay in his nature, in the deeper strata
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    • pervading Nature, as later on man is related between birth and death
    • catastrophe that is to come — like a catastrophe of nature.
    • archetypal forces working in nature and in man. If the Egyptian was
    • nature all about him.
    • such a nature that perhaps it can only be related today in a most
    • but she did not know its nature, she knew nothing of the being of
    • were elemental spirits of nature, could receive it from nature
    • scientific nature — still it was of paper. And she now had two
    • the new humanity about the nature of the new humanity, in so far as
    • must not now be as if something arises through the forces of nature
    • connection with all that I have said about the actual nature of
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    • human nature which take their direction from other constellations
    • forces of his thorax he is sensitive to all that goes on in nature
    • thorax, as it were, what was the nature of the other. He felt how the
    • perceived the inner nature through a process that one experienced
    • cosmos and what is to be found there of the Gemini nature — on
    • the one hand to the Light-nature, on the other hand to the
    • Darkness nature; the Twins-nature, this is connected with the
    • connected with man's head-nature. So that Mars, who at the same time
    • head-nature. In the fourth post-Atlantean epoch, which begins in the
    • that estrangement from reality which today is the signature of the
    • nature-researchers and other learned men proclaim him today a great
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    • through our nature, our physical forces. We have stated that in the
    • spirit nature. If today we wish to have a development of the soul and
    • spirit nature after our twenties, we must seek for this development
    • speak, our physical nature hands over nothing more, and through our
    • themselves from the spirit what is no longer given by nature. I
    • hand of its own freewill what nature no longer provides. We dare not
    • it is not true in respect of the full nature of man's life. Yet, we
    • are born; in fact, if we examine its true nature, it is old then and
    • ancient times nature itself brought it in its course, in modern times
    • the deepest needs of our age. For the nature of our age is such that
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    • for a right understanding of something of this nature. The point is,
    • itself shows this twofold nature: our head develops quickly, the rest
    • human being also of a twofold nature. One quickly acquires the
    • also ‘The Inner Nature of Man and Life between Death and
    • time: linked with it will be a complete transforming of the nature of
    • is all of such a nature that one only remembers what one has learnt,
    • day that it has a twofold nature, a head-nature and a heart-nature,
    • living experience, then man will know his twofold nature, he will
    • — and we understand that as soon as we look at the true nature
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    • just described. Thus we come into our bodily nature with what I have
    • physical out of the spirit, burying our spirit nature in the head, in
    • members of human nature enter into a real correspondence, when
    • patience to call on the rejuvenating forces in human nature. That is
    • human nature. For what is necessary for the present age does not lie
    • about nature is far more spiritual than what was formerly known. What
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    • the four members of man's nature
    • The double nature of man.
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    • of the starry heaven at night-time. When a man contemplates nature in
    • look more closely into nature that is round about me, when I meditate
    • the world. It belongs to an all-round healthy human nature to be very
    • happen that in certain natures the thought of their inadequacy in
    • blessedness in his God-willed nature; he can look upon himself from
    • blissful vision of his external nature and the equally indubitably
    • you venture to say that research into the nature of objects, and even
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    • a thought as this we learn to know the nature of the “surrender”
    • nature is! For if we were to rely on what we can follow with our
    • the real nature of the sense world.
    • the nature of the next step we must ask ourselves the question: How
    • into nature. So when the student beholds the leaf he sees that it is
    • will be of such a nature that whereas now man only utters the word,
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    • the four members of man's nature.
    • yesterday, and that we recognised to be of the nature of will. In the
    • nature of man himself. You will be ready to accept the assumption
    • the four members of man's nature are joined together, then he
    • nature through Lucifer. It must sound absurd, because it is almost
    • human being. There is no single member of man's nature that is
    • in the nature of man. A very slight degree of clairvoyance will
    • peculiar nature and appearance of our sense world is to be traced to
    • really the nature of the original temptation? Let us put it as
    • independent of revelation, is a Luciferic nature in us. And the whole
    • that occurred in man's nature. It is obvious that the first
    • true nature. And man can either swing in the direction of Lucifer and
    • that everywhere in man's nature we actually have to do with the
    • occult point of view the nature of what we call substance or matter;
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    • conceptions which are comparatively difficult that the nature of what
    • nature, purely super-sensible Imagination.
    • super-sensible nature of man, consisting of contents which would be
    • of which man now consists but who has a super-sensible nature
    • in his nature. For were he as he was originally intended in the
    • matter gains the victory over what holds it together. For the nature
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    • Lecture V: The double nature of man.
    • two, coupled closely together as they are in the nature of man? Now
    • prepared to reckon it as a particular step forward in human nature
    • soul and spirit nature of man lives on when man has passed through
    • neutral laws of nature or expresses itself only in neutral laws of
    • nature. The cosmos that is all around us — of which we believe
    • the other man to save human nature for eternity, for duration, to
    • of the nature of man.
    • sevenfold nature that we now have to acquire with so great toil and
    • receive once again this sevenfold nature into himself. As yet we have
    • nature of man as it plays into the ego from physical body, and from
    • Self; the nature of man as it plays in from Budhi or Life Spirit, and
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    • come near to his real nature. I want now to point to one more fact of
    • like. Great new vistas are opened up for a knowledge of the nature of
    • that belong essentially to the nature of quicksilver still remain in
    • kingdoms of nature, and will learn to find — not through
    • eat of the root nature of plants it will be rather he himself who
    • nature. And I warn you expressly not to set out to follow what I have
    • in the several kingdoms of nature, for those parts of the individual
    • consideration that the moment we pass from man to surrounding nature
    • all that presents itself to our senses in the world of nature is
    • into the soul nature of man when we pass from the parts to the whole.
    • the realm of the spirit. The truth about the soul nature of the plant
    • statements made from the standpoint of the present-day view of nature
    • goal. But if we look at nature without prejudice and with an open
    • two Faust natures in his relation to the future of the earth. For the
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    • work within the cosmos as forces. We commit to the cosmos the nature
    • two, the soul and the physical nature in such a total view, must
    • by freeing ourselves from the corporeal nature, we trace out the
    • bodily nature, descends from its ancestors; but the souls that
    • nature; for this soul-spirit nature does not trouble itself with
    • understanding of human nature and of the universe in so far as man is
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    • work within the cosmos as forces. We commit to the cosmos the nature
    • two, the soul and the physical nature in such a total view, must
    • by freeing ourselves from the corporeal nature, we trace out the
    • bodily nature, descends from its ancestors; but the souls that
    • nature; for this soul-spirit nature does not trouble itself with
    • understanding of human nature and of the universe in so far as man is
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    • related, as it were, by nature to the limb-system. Just as the astral
    • nature. At every moment during the period of sleep, the Ego is
    • do the Archangeloi, who are connected with the inner nature of the
    • and built, depends upon the nature of the connection established with
    • cognition; their very nature is such that they affect a man's
    • bodily nature what we grasp in thoughts: Seraphim, Cherubim and
    • emerges from the depths of human nature, out of the ‘dreaming’
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    • related, as it were, by nature to the limb-system. Just as the astral
    • nature. At every moment during the period of sleep, the Ego is
    • do the Archangeloi, who are connected with the inner nature of the
    • and built, depends upon the nature of the connection established with
    • cognition; their very nature is such that they affect a man's
    • bodily nature what we grasp in thoughts: Seraphim, Cherubim and
    • emerges from the depths of human nature, out of the ‘dreaming’
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    • Nature who look upon the phenomena as mere letters which enable them
    • which, though having their origin in Nature and being active in her,
    • the same spirit in the phenomena of Nature as in the works of a
    • and the other realms of Nature, with their manifestations,
    • necessary (the absolute) in Nature; but you seek it by the most
    • You grasp in your view entire Nature in order to obtain light on her
    • Nature:
    • When the sound, healthy nature of man works as a whole, when he feels
    • in the beautiful prose-hymn, Nature, we find over the whole a
    • Nature! we are surrounded and embraced by her ... Unasked and without
    • not as man, though, but as Nature. She has her own all-embracing
    • conception of the two great driving-wheels of all Nature, the
    • For this reason, he is led through the lower realms of Nature to the
    • on these wanderings, he possesses only a part of human nature. What
    • human nature is striking.
    • Went evermore, and Nature — Nature was
    • The Nature of Homunculus becomes quite clear in the light of the
    • is sent through the realms of Nature to Proteus, the spirit of
    • realms of Nature in order to arrive at an earthly incarnation
    • occur, “Concerning the idea that the higher organic natures in
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    • Nature who look upon the phenomena as mere letters which enable them
    • which, though having their origin in Nature and being active in her,
    • the same spirit in the phenomena of Nature as in the works of a
    • and the other realms of Nature, with their manifestations,
    • necessary (the absolute) in Nature; but you seek it by the most
    • You grasp in your view entire Nature in order to obtain light on her
    • Nature:
    • When the sound, healthy nature of man works as a whole, when he feels
    • in the beautiful prose-hymn, Nature, we find over the whole a
    • Nature! we are surrounded and embraced by her ... Unasked and without
    • not as man, though, but as Nature. She has her own all-embracing
    • conception of the two great driving-wheels of all Nature, the
    • For this reason, he is led through the lower realms of Nature to the
    • on these wanderings, he possesses only a part of human nature. What
    • human nature is striking.
    • Went evermore, and Nature — Nature was
    • The Nature of Homunculus becomes quite clear in the light of the
    • is sent through the realms of Nature to Proteus, the spirit of
    • realms of Nature in order to arrive at an earthly incarnation
    • occur, “Concerning the idea that the higher organic natures in
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    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • of appeal to what lives in Nature, saying something more enduring and
    • convey. Goethe appeals to the revelations of Nature rather than to
    • of Nature.
    • into a closer union with Nature, in whose arms he first of all seeks
    • Nature herself proceeds, and of which I am on the track.” —
    • environment enfilled with ideas much closer to Nature than those
    • Nature flashes up within him.
    • until we realise the fundamental nature of the change that had
    • the attitude of the Greeks to Nature, to the World, to Man.
    • study of external Nature since about the middle of the fifteenth
    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature
    • in the way we do to-day. The very nature of his soul made this
    • unceasingly in the life of Nature. Their attention was turned not to
    • Greeks and our own, the nature of the human soul before, say, the
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • of the sound, or the nature of the sound, but the rhythm,
    • Nature something higher than he can perceive through the medium of
    • the nature of an entirely different life of soul in an age when
    • filled with Imaginative instinct, prone by its very nature to
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    • that in order really to know something about the nature of man, quite
    • of appeal to what lives in Nature, saying something more enduring and
    • convey. Goethe appeals to the revelations of Nature rather than to
    • of Nature.
    • into a closer union with Nature, in whose arms he first of all seeks
    • Nature herself proceeds, and of which I am on the track.” —
    • environment enfilled with ideas much closer to Nature than those
    • Nature flashes up within him.
    • until we realise the fundamental nature of the change that had
    • the attitude of the Greeks to Nature, to the World, to Man.
    • study of external Nature since about the middle of the fifteenth
    • The Greek did not enter into what we call ‘inorganic Nature
    • in the way we do to-day. The very nature of his soul made this
    • unceasingly in the life of Nature. Their attention was turned not to
    • Greeks and our own, the nature of the human soul before, say, the
    • earlier times the life of soul was of a nature of which certain men,
    • of the sound, or the nature of the sound, but the rhythm,
    • Nature something higher than he can perceive through the medium of
    • the nature of an entirely different life of soul in an age when
    • filled with Imaginative instinct, prone by its very nature to
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    • bring before you anything in the nature of convincing proof; all that
    • approached the laws of Nature.
    • great problem concerning the eternal nature of the soul — it is
    • which, in their real nature, cannot be surveyed by the ordinary
    • will be no danger of succumbing to anything in the nature of
    • something of the nature of soul-and-spirit within the human being
    • body penetrates into and works within us. The whole nature and being
    • of man becomes clearly perceptible. His physical nature is recognised
    • true being and nature, he can recognise the events whereby his
    • between the experience of freedom and that of nature-necessity can be
    • In ordinary life we are enclosed in the web of this nature-necessity.
    • adhere to prejudiced scientific views: the same nature-necessity
    • warmed by the sun, the nature-necessity which inheres in electricity,
    • common with all other creatures in the kingdoms of nature, must be
    • subject to the domination of nature-necessity.
    • external, nature-necessity but to the necessity which runs through
    • — this is not nature-necessity but the necessity which runs
    • nature-necessity, nor due to the normal constitution of the human
    • understand the nature of the human bodily organisation, when we
    • stomach, brain, and so forth ... then we understand the nature of
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    • bring before you anything in the nature of convincing proof; all that
    • approached the laws of Nature.
    • great problem concerning the eternal nature of the soul — it is
    • which, in their real nature, cannot be surveyed by the ordinary
    • will be no danger of succumbing to anything in the nature of
    • something of the nature of soul-and-spirit within the human being
    • body penetrates into and works within us. The whole nature and being
    • of man becomes clearly perceptible. His physical nature is recognised
    • true being and nature, he can recognise the events whereby his
    • between the experience of freedom and that of nature-necessity can be
    • In ordinary life we are enclosed in the web of this nature-necessity.
    • adhere to prejudiced scientific views: the same nature-necessity
    • warmed by the sun, the nature-necessity which inheres in electricity,
    • common with all other creatures in the kingdoms of nature, must be
    • subject to the domination of nature-necessity.
    • external, nature-necessity but to the necessity which runs through
    • — this is not nature-necessity but the necessity which runs
    • nature-necessity, nor due to the normal constitution of the human
    • understand the nature of the human bodily organisation, when we
    • stomach, brain, and so forth ... then we understand the nature of
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    • obscure. Without actually seeking for laws of Nature, something in
    • this way: Such and such a man has a warlike nature, a temperament
    • personal life, was nothing to them. They were not war-like by nature
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    • Its Nature and Meaning
    • obscure. Without actually seeking for laws of Nature, something in
    • this way: Such and such a man has a warlike nature, a temperament
    • personal life, was nothing to them. They were not war-like by nature
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    • have been in keeping with the nature of the Greeks to receive the Moon
    • hearing; life of a very special kind is present here. The head-nature
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    • nature; he is entirely ignorant of the real substance of the thoughts
    • are by nature turbulent and passionate. When Ibsen brought out a work
    • only mirror-images and he is quite unconscious of their real nature and
    • now, someone attains to a knowledge of the Spirit, what is the nature
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    • nature, with the kingdoms of the animals, the plants and the minerals.
    • spirit had departed, he could receive enlightenment about nature around
    • knowledge about these kingdoms of nature came to man from the Spirits
    • nature, on the kingdoms of the plants, animals and minerals, from the
    • enlightenment about nature, about the animal, plant and mineral
    • Moon-Beings were able to communicate secrets of nature to the human
    • receive enlightenment about nature; a science of nature is beyond our
    • nature only after their death. They live in the midst of nature here,
    • but they cannot use the body in order to form concepts about nature.
    • about nature.
    • only in the future, namely, a science of nature. And there is no other
    • of an epoch when men were to form their concepts of outer nature from
    • outer nature herself and moreover when they would be capable of doing
    • and the capacity to form thoughts and ideas about external nature
    • of outer nature without knowledge of himself and of his own form. When
    • the Egyptians set out to acquire a knowledge of nature, they were able
    • dead in order that a science of nature might be imparted to them. The
    • Earth-Spirits. Think of the wonderful understanding of nature possessed
    • from the Nature-Spirits. And there were many others — more
    • to the Nature-Spirits did not always result in the voicing of spiritual
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    • us to understand its real nature, for the head in itself does not
    • whom the first science of nature was imparted. What the pupil of Yoga
    • this really mean? What does it mean to understand the nature of acts
    • true rite, is different from an act of a purely technical nature. An
    • devices, man comes into contact with the physical nature-forces of the
    • within it the different processes of nature and plant life. Machines
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    • been produced by any play of nature, by any combination of
    • nature-forces. A corpse is quite obviously a remainder, a residue.
    • nature has, it is true, the power to destroy the form of the human
    • ancient East and how they tried to comprehend outer nature in living,
    • only able to evoke in certain priestly natures here and there, those
    • no understanding of the nature of the living thinking which once
    • why it is applied only to what is dead in nature, to the mineral
    • autumn. But suppose a plant exists in such conditions of nature that it
    • placed in such conditions of nature that it has no time to form a root,
    • the Galileo and the Copernicus of the science of organic nature, and
    • nature, namely, clarification of the concept of nature to enable it to
    • for the science of organic nature with his living concept of
    • metamorphosis can, if desired, be applied to the whole of nature. When
    • this idea of metamorphosis because, owing to his artistic nature,
    • make his concepts mobile. Pedants insist, however, that nature cannot
    • necessary, they say, for the understanding of nature. Yes, but what if
    • nature herself is an artist ... presuming this, the whole of natural
    • “rapture-monger” by artists, so, if nature herself were to
    • perhaps, for nature creates as an artist. One cannot order nature to
    • Nature must be comprehended as she actually is.
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    • nature of the etheric cosmos.
    • question as to the nature of the etheric organism, the etheric body
    • which now arose concerning the nature and content of the etheric world
    • particularly the etheric nature of man, the etheric body of man.
    • nature, with the animals, plants and minerals, the machines and the
    • experience the inner nature and working of their own etheric
    • the nature of the peoples of Middle and Western Europe, and from this
    • this difference: in the Roman Catholic Church it is more of the nature
    • etheric nature of the human being, and to establish a system of dogma
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    • of Nature
    • of Nature
    • basis of spiritual science, the super-sensible part of human nature
    • nature and being. On the other hand we must point out that,
    • that surround me in nature, upon the essence of all the kingdoms of
    • nature, I must say to myself: Their form of existence, the way in
    • beings and facts of the kingdoms of Nature confront humans as
    • dealing with the forces of nature and, on the other hand, the deep
    • hold of the creative phenomena in nature and in the universe. When
    • that human nature, as presently constituted, is such that when we
    • because, if our feelings are of a moral nature, our consciousness
    • person on the other hand — for that is the very nature of the
    • delicate and intricate nature of such things: the danger that in this
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    • of Nature
    • of Nature
    • basis of spiritual science, the super-sensible part of human nature
    • nature and being. On the other hand we must point out that,
    • that surround me in nature, upon the essence of all the kingdoms of
    • nature, I must say to myself: Their form of existence, the way in
    • beings and facts of the kingdoms of Nature confront humans as
    • dealing with the forces of nature and, on the other hand, the deep
    • hold of the creative phenomena in nature and in the universe. When
    • that human nature, as presently constituted, is such that when we
    • because, if our feelings are of a moral nature, our consciousness
    • person on the other hand — for that is the very nature of the
    • delicate and intricate nature of such things: the danger that in this
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    • possesses a logical structure through his own nature. Thus we may say
    • were, on the other hand. permeated by the idea that Nature could be
    • other sphere, which contained a knowledge of Nature, to the extent in
    • Nature which existed up to that time, was an old traditional
    • this: their intellect was grappling with Nature, it was seeking
    • to gain a knowledge of Nature.
    • Nature? In order to grasp this, we should not follow preconceived
    • knowledge of Nature were fundamentally a continuation of what the
    • the modern conception of Nature has risen out of Scholasticism,
    • this modern science of Nature, are, however, the very offspring of
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    • possesses a logical structure through his own nature. Thus we may say
    • were, on the other hand. permeated by the idea that Nature could be
    • other sphere, which contained a knowledge of Nature, to the extent in
    • Nature which existed up to that time, was an old traditional
    • this: their intellect was grappling with Nature, it was seeking
    • to gain a knowledge of Nature.
    • Nature? In order to grasp this, we should not follow preconceived
    • knowledge of Nature were fundamentally a continuation of what the
    • the modern conception of Nature has risen out of Scholasticism,
    • this modern science of Nature, are, however, the very offspring of
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    • been gained in regard to a knowledge of Nature, and nothing had been
    • knowledge of Nature. Something has thus arisen, which acquires a
    • for he had a poetical nature, an artistic nature and had published
    • nature existing within his sentient and volitive parts; he grows
    • outside, or through which we learn to know the laws of Nature and to
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    • been gained in regard to a knowledge of Nature, and nothing had been
    • knowledge of Nature. Something has thus arisen, which acquires a
    • for he had a poetical nature, an artistic nature and had published
    • nature existing within his sentient and volitive parts; he grows
    • outside, or through which we learn to know the laws of Nature and to
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    • when you hear an echo in Nature, the sound of this echo can convey to
    • developed in the right, way. But everything of the highest nature
    • kind of subordinate kingdom of Nature, but at the same time another
    • whole foundation of the Moon was therefore of vegetable nature.
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    • when you hear an echo in Nature, the sound of this echo can convey to
    • developed in the right, way. But everything of the highest nature
    • kind of subordinate kingdom of Nature, but at the same time another
    • whole foundation of the Moon was therefore of vegetable nature.
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    • members of his spiritual nature which can only be acquired in the
    • true nature we must, from now onwards, learn to know through
    • nature of Christ will only be grasped in the right way if we can see
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    • members of his spiritual nature which can only be acquired in the
    • true nature we must, from now onwards, learn to know through
    • nature of Christ will only be grasped in the right way if we can see
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    • A Living Knowledge of Nature, the Fall of the Intellect into Sin,
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    • universe of space and the nature of the spatial universe itself.
    • into human nature which had survived from ancient clairvoyant
    • sleep, but there he only arrives at pictures of nature other than
    • human nature. These pictures, if they are regarded as Bacon regarded
    • the external aspect of human nature before us. If they are inwardly
    • real knowledge of nature. Thus Bacon too, at the turn of the
    • to him was the vista of the outer world, of outer nature, of that
    • When man to-day speaks of himself, of his soul-nature, he gives voice
    • concrete reality. Outer nature lay there perceptible to the senses,
    • comprehensible to human reason. In this outer nature man learnt to
    • man from what he had been able to observe in nature. That is to say,
    • be outside man and in seeking thus to understand human nature by way
    • reflections of processes in outer nature. At the time of Bacon there
    • spirit-and-soul penetrates into the bodily nature, and traditions
    • study the bodily nature of man, we have to do with processes
    • nature but at the same time he tastes them, so that a
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    • A Living Knowledge of Nature, the Fall of the Intellect into Sin,
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    • universe of space and the nature of the spatial universe itself.
    • into human nature which had survived from ancient clairvoyant
    • sleep, but there he only arrives at pictures of nature other than
    • human nature. These pictures, if they are regarded as Bacon regarded
    • the external aspect of human nature before us. If they are inwardly
    • real knowledge of nature. Thus Bacon too, at the turn of the
    • to him was the vista of the outer world, of outer nature, of that
    • When man to-day speaks of himself, of his soul-nature, he gives voice
    • concrete reality. Outer nature lay there perceptible to the senses,
    • comprehensible to human reason. In this outer nature man learnt to
    • man from what he had been able to observe in nature. That is to say,
    • be outside man and in seeking thus to understand human nature by way
    • reflections of processes in outer nature. At the time of Bacon there
    • spirit-and-soul penetrates into the bodily nature, and traditions
    • study the bodily nature of man, we have to do with processes
    • nature but at the same time he tastes them, so that a
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    • soul-nature, and thence again into the bodily nature of man. Now in
    • age is meant. Such indeed is the peculiar nature of the Michael
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    • into the physical bodily nature of man. Michael, on the other hand,
    • soul-nature, and thence again into the bodily nature of man. Now in
    • age is meant. Such indeed is the peculiar nature of the Michael
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    • plants springing up out of the earth; his soul felt Nature to be
    • Nature, by a more intellectual, external way of regarding the world;
    • ever the forces of Nature, has learned to investigate the world in
    • mastery of the forces of Nature more and more, but at the same time
    • the externally visible body, but that he has a fourfold nature.
    • nature. It shows us further how the sun and the planets play the most
    • other revelations of a spiritual nature, many people will say that he
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    • plants springing up out of the earth; his soul felt Nature to be
    • Nature, by a more intellectual, external way of regarding the world;
    • ever the forces of Nature, has learned to investigate the world in
    • mastery of the forces of Nature more and more, but at the same time
    • the externally visible body, but that he has a fourfold nature.
    • nature. It shows us further how the sun and the planets play the most
    • other revelations of a spiritual nature, many people will say that he
  • Title: Lecture: It is a Necessity of Our Earnest Times to Find Again the Path Leading to the Spirit
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    • human nature have been engaged for a long time in a special process
    • whole way of identifying ourselves feelingly with the whole of Nature
    • he walked as if led by a necessity of Nature, like the lightning
    • this, we must indeed observe the nature of sleep from the moment of
    • external forces of Nature. Yet behind all these forces of Nature live
    • behind the forces of Nature, thinking and directing them. Christ
    • are subjected to the necessity of Nature. Just as the single items of
    • grasp the nature of the longings of modern man. Let us not think that
    • and substances taken from Nature. They plan an experimental
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    • human nature have been engaged for a long time in a special process
    • whole way of identifying ourselves feelingly with the whole of Nature
    • he walked as if led by a necessity of Nature, like the lightning
    • this, we must indeed observe the nature of sleep from the moment of
    • external forces of Nature. Yet behind all these forces of Nature live
    • behind the forces of Nature, thinking and directing them. Christ
    • are subjected to the necessity of Nature. Just as the single items of
    • grasp the nature of the longings of modern man. Let us not think that
    • and substances taken from Nature. They plan an experimental
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    • whereby he can act upon and transform external nature.”
    • human nature actually takes shape are nowhere contained in what man
    • He will pulsate, as it were, through the manifestations of nature;
    • to understand matters of a super-sensible nature.
    • of this nature must be understood. ... For in wrestling to acquire
    • happiness or have something in the nature of a new religion! This
    • kingdoms of nature, is behind the ego that is an image only. We must
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    • whereby he can act upon and transform external nature.”
    • human nature actually takes shape are nowhere contained in what man
    • He will pulsate, as it were, through the manifestations of nature;
    • to understand matters of a super-sensible nature.
    • of this nature must be understood. ... For in wrestling to acquire
    • happiness or have something in the nature of a new religion! This
    • kingdoms of nature, is behind the ego that is an image only. We must
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    • the nature of the ancient Mysteries knows that within these
    • a knowledge of the spiritual nature of the world. A pictorial
    • followed by the third stage, that of the revelation of the nature of
    • fulfill its real nature when it feels itself as the kernel of the
    • nature of the anthroposophical spirituality, must live and move in it
    • understand it grasp its essential nature and do not think that it is
    • feet. For everything of the nature of cult and ritual is finally
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    • the nature of the ancient Mysteries knows that within these
    • a knowledge of the spiritual nature of the world. A pictorial
    • followed by the third stage, that of the revelation of the nature of
    • fulfill its real nature when it feels itself as the kernel of the
    • nature of the anthroposophical spirituality, must live and move in it
    • understand it grasp its essential nature and do not think that it is
    • feet. For everything of the nature of cult and ritual is finally
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    • these things, the very nature of these things, should not approach
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    • these things, the very nature of these things, should not approach
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    • threefold nature and in which the three members of the soul appear
    • “threefold-ness”, and so that this threefold nature of
    • contains a clear consciousness of the soul’s threefold nature.
    • the Finnish nation and inspire the threefold nature of the soul.
    • out of the various elements of Nature. In “Kalevala”,
    • this Being, forged, as it were, out of all the atoms of Nature, the
    • its own nature. If we study the Finnish nation, we shall find that it
    • obliterates the consciousness of the soul’s threefold nature.
    • nature, striving after the unity of the Ego. At this still primitive
    • human being his Ego-nature.
    • the Ego-nature rays into a nation such as the old Finnish nation,
    • something more spiritual than the Ego-nature and more strongly
    • nature, temperament, character and soul, is related with everything
    • spiritual being, so that man’s earthly nature may obtain
    • [of] the spirituality of Nature in such a way that the sentient soul,
    • from out Nature by a force resembling Wainamoinen; it streams towards
    • me like a being of Nature and endows me with the force of the
    • Nature, almost through a kind of neck, if a being that has, as it
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    • threefold nature and in which the three members of the soul appear
    • “threefold-ness”, and so that this threefold nature of
    • contains a clear consciousness of the soul’s threefold nature.
    • the Finnish nation and inspire the threefold nature of the soul.
    • out of the various elements of Nature. In “Kalevala”,
    • this Being, forged, as it were, out of all the atoms of Nature, the
    • its own nature. If we study the Finnish nation, we shall find that it
    • obliterates the consciousness of the soul’s threefold nature.
    • nature, striving after the unity of the Ego. At this still primitive
    • human being his Ego-nature.
    • the Ego-nature rays into a nation such as the old Finnish nation,
    • something more spiritual than the Ego-nature and more strongly
    • nature, temperament, character and soul, is related with everything
    • spiritual being, so that man’s earthly nature may obtain
    • [of] the spirituality of Nature in such a way that the sentient soul,
    • from out Nature by a force resembling Wainamoinen; it streams towards
    • me like a being of Nature and endows me with the force of the
    • Nature, almost through a kind of neck, if a being that has, as it
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    • had passed through severe trials and tests of this nature became
    • to the Mystic how the God himself descended into nature, how he
    • experience of a spiritual nature, of which no more than an indication
    • Christianity is of such a nature that the simplest heart can grasp
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    • had passed through severe trials and tests of this nature became
    • to the Mystic how the God himself descended into nature, how he
    • experience of a spiritual nature, of which no more than an indication
    • Christianity is of such a nature that the simplest heart can grasp
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    • which work outside in Nature, work also in our physical body. The
    • Nature. We must let ourselves be strengthened and uplifted by the
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    • which work outside in Nature, work also in our physical body. The
    • Nature. We must let ourselves be strengthened and uplifted by the
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    • moral, ethical and religious nature. Even if he makes compromises
    • experiencing the super-sensible nature of all truth. Sharing the
    • and those who do not as yet rightly conceive the nature of the
    • held that man was born evil and must overcome his nature, the
    • super-sensible with his mind or change his nature. Man's willingness
    • nature. Otherwise, though these enterprises may continue to flourish
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    • moral, religious nature that had developed in the course of one's
    • moral, ethical and religious nature. Even if he makes compromises
    • experiencing the super-sensible nature of all truth. Sharing the
    • and those who do not as yet rightly conceive the nature of the
    • held that man was born evil and must overcome his nature, the
    • super-sensible with his mind or change his nature. Man's willingness
    • nature. Otherwise, though these enterprises may continue to flourish
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    • light-essence; pray Him to restrain the opposing Powers of Ahrimanic nature,
    • teaching than through their whole nature, imbue the children's souls with
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    • light-essence; pray Him to restrain the opposing Powers of Ahrimanic nature,
    • teaching than through their whole nature, imbue the children's souls with
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Contents
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • opposite and considering the nature and significance of memory.
    • the stone a plant has its whole material nature permeated by an
    • a certain way irrevocably determined by the nature of the seed. It is
    • nature. Certain things can be traced in the permanent habits and
    • temperamental nature of a child that show similarities with the
    • case without our needing to educate it. That belongs to its nature.
    • his organic nature. Man keeps this part of the etheric body for his
    • a soul nature is not of much importance for man's life in general.
    • which they could take something in and transform their nature. All
    • of an ethical-moral nature. A warm-hearted disposition that does not
    • question as to whether forgetting is just a defect in human nature or
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • in view, we will start today by sketching the nature of illnesses,
    • would like to speak today about the nature of illness from the point
    • fourfold nature and for everybody to go repeating that man consists
    • tell you about the nature of the fourth member of man's being, the
    • know anything about the nature of blood. That would be quite
    • about the illnesses connected with the nature of the blood. For the
    • blood is the expression of the ego nature of man. And if Goethe's
    • manifold nature, with the complicity of his being; hence it is only
    • understood when we realise their connection with the nature of the
    • attitude to life but only in those of a frivolous nature. This can
    • the point of view of his soul nature. Sometimes, perhaps, just in
    • passed through a long evolution, and how the whole of outside nature
    • man, who, as it were, thrust forth the other kingdoms of nature: the
    • nature can make any judgment at all. These illnesses are simply
    • involves knowing the nature of everything connected with the human
    • much of a spiritual nature. When we have looked at the fourth type we
    • to any insight into the real, spiritual nature of man. What
    • always couched in the best language. Whilst discoursing on the nature
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • the people who talked of the purposes in nature, as though nature in
    • a much more delicate nature, and when human beings partook of
    • nature as soft as wax, he became more or less an impress of his
    • say the earthy nature of the earth intensified, this uniformity
    • worst part of man. Whoever looks deeper into human nature will find
    • him. That is, you suggest away everything in him of the nature of
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 4: Rhythm in the Bodies of Man
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • of a physical nature is an expression of those beings — had to
    • nature of man can be understood only when we see these conditions. It
    • rhythms of outer nature. Since that time, that is, since the middle
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 5: Rhythms in the Being of Man
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • they are beings of a much more spiritual nature than man. Therefore
    • Nature’, they want to bring life into reverse instead of
    • helping it forward. All this chatter about returning to nature
    • year because nature herself indicates this by making foods grow only
    • and has not yet attained a new inner one. Man has outgrown nature
    • if we call the outer expression of spirit ‘nature’ —
    • between nature and spirit. This is just what is characteristic of our
    • time. This floundering between nature and spirit reached its climax
    • nature. Today, when you see something that has been thought out, the
    • first thing that is bound to strike you is its chaotic nature, its
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 6: Illness and Karma
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • nature has to incarnate in the most suitable body possible, though it
    • lies hidden behind the inner conflict and disharmony in human nature.
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • purpose of coming more closely in touch with the whole nature of
    • reaches the spirit will really fathom man's real nature. Laughing and
    • alone can remove the preconception that would rank man's nature too
    • significant events if we want to throw light on the real nature of
    • the one about the nature of the temperaments, you will remember that
    • is essentially a twofold being: one part of his nature he inherits
    • already united with his physical bodily nature before birth, so you
    • animal nature, and these are just those qualities that find their
    • to incarnation. The basis of animal nature is the group soul, and we
    • the ego-hood within the bodily nature. What happens when a person
    • nature, pain and joy become forces that can work creatively in him.
    • human nature in their physical and etheric bodies but have at the
    • in a certain respect absolutely the expression of the ego nature of
    • can be seen to be a kind of expression of ego nature because if you
    • anyone who can read the great script of nature that a divine spark is
    • raises its ego nature above it without cause, then this ego nature
  • Title: Being of Man/Future Evolution: Lecture 8: The Manifestation of the Ego in the Different Races of Men
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • etheric body and were beings of a more ethereal nature, having only a
    • such a nature that we cannot even find remains; the substance was so
    • developing a strong consciousness of self within the bodily nature.
    • levels. There were people whose inner nature was correctly balanced
    • permeates his external being with the colour of his inner nature as
    • whose inner nature is showing itself right into his skin. Those
    • nature. On the other hand there are those peoples in Asia with
    • passive, self-effacing natures in whom just this passivity expresses
    • still spiritual, and the bodily nature was only developed to a small
    • degree. The bodily nature was certainly developed here, but the
    • wealth of inner nature permeating his outer nature, namely the
    • nature of reincarnation and karma, the principles of man's being, and
    • the various parts of their nature, but run around waiting for the
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    • insights into the spiritual nature of everyday matters such as forgetting,
    • about the nature of cosmic evolution, if only you are prepared to
    • nature with it and lives it out. Man not only brings with him his
    • nature as a member of the general human species, but also what he has
    • a super-sensible nature is food and drink for these spirits of
    • Then there would be something which with regard to the nature of the
    • purely suggestive nature of conditions and unite with other people in
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    • show that the essential nature of these beings can be revealed only
    • nature of the encounter we may well be aware that we have hurt the
    • shall learn to understand the nature of the man standing before us;
    • do is to recognise and accept the burden fully and deepen our nature
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    • with a brief consideration of man's nature and constitution — a
    • case of everyone we meet; how much in his nature is Christ-like? But
    • whole nature of the Earth, and sustains that connection.
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    • the Buddha, in his true nature, was in no way concerned with
    • implied absolute surrender to what is super-sensible in human nature,
    • intellect, to what is of the nature of soul-and-spirit in the world;
    • enough into the spiritual nature of other planets and planetary
    • material nature of things. If these conditions on Mars had continued
    • forces are essentially of the nature of soul-and-spirit.
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    • acquiring knowledge of the nature of man, this observation is of
    • occultism and seership have to say about the nature of man. But this
    • the transformation that takes place in man’s nature when, after
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    • nature of man. That is essentially characteristic of the seven-year
    • principles approach him; their nature is such that they capture and
    • become better in their own inner nature, therefore the process of
    • teaching promised; he has continued to work for that in human nature
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    • real light upon his essential nature and being. For when we look
    • nature around us owe their existence to a certain retardation in
    • applies to the mineral, plant and animal kingdoms in outer nature.
    • weaving life and activity in the other kingdoms of nature. The body
    • rooms for the sick.] but it is connected with the very nature of
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    • them, understand their nature and essential characteristics, be able
    • as the human being could otherwise have received them. Their nature
    • nature. If children are allowed to grow up without having any ideas
    • people with a pious, even mystical nature emanating from egoism.
    • upon the nature of the relationship we sought to establish with them
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    • possible side whatever can throw light on the nature of the spiritual
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    • amount of knowledge concerning the facts of Nature and have been
    • what I expressed by saying: The nature of this Mystery lies far, far
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    • was so poorly equipped to understand His nature, would another epoch
    • been in the highest degree capable of understanding the nature of
    • nature of Christ Jesus, we find endless theological wrangling; and
    • strange subconscious regions of human nature and soul-life. As though
    • where anything of a spiritual nature is concerned. Until quite recent
    • drawn to the fact that in comparatively recent times the nature of
    • nature of the struggle waged by the Christ against the Sibyls —
    • the elemental nature of the Earth, but in a distinctive region of the
    • Earth-nature with human beings, we need to pay attention to such
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    • Christianity, this question came up — How was the nature of
    • Christ related to the nature of Jesus? Now we already know that we
    • Jesus-child, on whose nature the Luke Gospel throws some gleams of
    • his innermost nature by the fact that human evolution could go no
    • At this time the physical nature of man was in order.
    • drive the Dragon out of the soul-nature of man. This was a
    • had actually to connect himself with the Dragon-nature; to take on as
    • Christ Being and the human nature of Jesus. This is possible for us.
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    • courses of the stars, in the signature of their movements in cosmic
    • all nature grafted into the cultivated olive, how much more readily
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    • glorious in Nature; from his mother's teaching he really learnt
    • night, how he devoted himself to nature by day and to the stars by
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    • nature and in the gifts of Grace. This harmony is found both in
    • his signature. Numbers, shapes, the stars and nature in general,
    • the earth and the stars; hence the regularity of nature's
    • lower forces in human nature. And how he had succumbed is connected
    • by day and night, looking at Nature by day and with the symbol of the
    • the regularity of nature's processes. The fact that the earth
    • of a spiritual nature. How a man was led by his karma to the
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    • complex nature.
    • clearly shown by Nature herself lets us see how matters stand when we
    • experiences are of a purely soul nature. As the woman is roused the
    • nature is sound, he still has pleasure and joy in existence and
    • Nature will ne'er
    • clairvoyant consciousness penetrating to the nature of things, it is
    • mistaken way of nature. When Haller said:
    • “To Nature's
    • contact with nature; so to Haller's words which took account of
    • “To nature's
    • Nature has neither core
    • nature gaze
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    • complex nature.
    • clearly shown by Nature herself lets us see how matters stand when we
    • experiences are of a purely soul nature. As the woman is roused the
    • nature is sound, he still has pleasure and joy in existence and
    • Nature will ne'er
    • clairvoyant consciousness penetrating to the nature of things, it is
    • mistaken way of nature. When Haller said:
    • “To Nature's
    • contact with nature; so to Haller's words which took account of
    • “To nature's
    • Nature has neither core
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    • of the Nature of Thought
    • namely, the first rudiments of our physical bodily nature. What we
    • we seek therefore for forces having something of the nature-forces of
    • nature contains in the first place in the main no forces which
    • sheath of the maternal body was the whole nature during the Old Moon
    • in so far as they have a sheath-nature, but whole types of natural
    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • Entelechy, what he gives as the members of the human soul nature
    • develops thought of such a nature that one can grasp it in merely
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • about abstract being by means of logic, thoughts of nature, thoughts
    • nature.
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    • of the Nature of Thought
    • namely, the first rudiments of our physical bodily nature. What we
    • we seek therefore for forces having something of the nature-forces of
    • nature contains in the first place in the main no forces which
    • sheath of the maternal body was the whole nature during the Old Moon
    • in so far as they have a sheath-nature, but whole types of natural
    • line is really the hidden part of human nature. If we wish to study
    • Entelechy, what he gives as the members of the human soul nature
    • develops thought of such a nature that one can grasp it in merely
    • nature, in soul-life, but only the spirit that exists in the form of
    • about abstract being by means of logic, thoughts of nature, thoughts
    • nature.
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    • physical nature is only the external, the most external, revelation
    • outer and its inner nature, the Moon in our universe presents itself
    • peoples of a remote past — to men whose nature was quite
    • different from human nature as it is today.
    • nature of animals; these forces also sustain the animal element in
    • man and are connected with his sexual nature in its physical aspect.
    • So the lower nature of man is a product of what radiates from the
    • The nature of Saturn is such that he receives many diverse impulses
    • some quality in human nature enables him to make a man loquacious, he
    • external universe, she would lose her virginal nature. She is deeply
    • not interested in things of a physical, material nature as such, but
    • Nor can we grasp anything essential about the nature of the Sun as
    • the nature of the Sun only when we know something of its nature of
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    • physical nature is only the external, the most external, revelation
    • outer and its inner nature, the Moon in our universe presents itself
    • peoples of a remote past — to men whose nature was quite
    • different from human nature as it is today.
    • nature of animals; these forces also sustain the animal element in
    • man and are connected with his sexual nature in its physical aspect.
    • So the lower nature of man is a product of what radiates from the
    • The nature of Saturn is such that he receives many diverse impulses
    • some quality in human nature enables him to make a man loquacious, he
    • external universe, she would lose her virginal nature. She is deeply
    • not interested in things of a physical, material nature as such, but
    • Nor can we grasp anything essential about the nature of the Sun as
    • the nature of the Sun only when we know something of its nature of
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    • apply them. And if you were to continue studying the nature of the
    • Thus you may reach a real Being, the true nature of a
    • particularly favours all that pertains to the Russian nature.
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    • apply them. And if you were to continue studying the nature of the
    • Thus you may reach a real Being, the true nature of a
    • particularly favours all that pertains to the Russian nature.
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    • structure of nature. He believes that he has to regard himself as
    • the nature of the human being. This is particularly the case among
    • upon Vischer when he was reflecting, meditating upon the nature of
    • comes about that nature, beneath which the spirit must be slumbering,
    • the same nature as what the human being goes through when he dies,
    • destruction, not in this case of the body, for the bodily nature is
    • destroyed, but of a soul and spiritual nature, now constructive. This
    • earthly lives work into the will nature of the human being. In what
    • investigation that goes concretely into the nature of death discovers
    • something dead taken from living nature. This indeed is only a
    • person's nature whether he develops conceptions of the sense world or
    • that Goethe was one who recognized nature as the highest above all
    • and who also permitted the spirit to emerge out of nature. Already as
    • nature. Even if one is a spiritual investigator one can agree with
    • the kind of naturalism that, like Goethe, thinks of nature as
    • Into the inner being of nature
    • Into the inner being of nature
    • Nature has neither core nor shell,
    • penetrates to the spirit of nature. Then in the evolution of humanity
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    • man's own sense-perceptible nature must be of very special interest
    • becoming, of human nature, which must be known today and become ever
    • nature-forces than our human will, which is regulated by the warmth
    • Ahrimanic nature.
    • will more akin to nature than can be said of the human will, these
    • want to conquer death in human nature but are not yet able today to
    • develops out of its living nature, by which it influences the people
    • certain kinship to human nature. But what the Russian loves in his
    • nature of which I have spoken previously. Therefore he will be called
    • double nature must finally be subdued, in the sixth post-Atlantean
    • nature through outer conditions. And through this kinship much is
    • embodiments of the geographic nature of America.
    • the human nature, which before birth is inhaled into the human body
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    • of imaginative natures — can emerge in him in a conscious
    • habits, the character, the very human nature of the one with whom he
    • have their origins in the habitual natures of those who have recently
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    • habits, the character, the very human nature of the one with whom he
    • have their origins in the habitual natures of those who have recently
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    • nothing in the nature and individuality of a person, for everything
    • entering that consciousness was already long present in man's nature.
    • nature of the human being is hidden in the very depths of his
    • nature of man's being cannot be brought to light in any other way
    • limited to the sense world, the being of man, the true, inmost nature
    • more alive, more independent, more true to their own nature. What we
    • spiritual knowledge throws new light on the true nature of thinking.
    • anything of the real nature of thinking; only a knowledge based on
    • The same thing holds good with the nature of our willing. The will
    • into a kind of faint. There we look into the true nature of the will,
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    • nothing in the nature and individuality of a person, for everything
    • entering that consciousness was already long present in man's nature.
    • nature of the human being is hidden in the very depths of his
    • nature of man's being cannot be brought to light in any other way
    • limited to the sense world, the being of man, the true, inmost nature
    • more alive, more independent, more true to their own nature. What we
    • spiritual knowledge throws new light on the true nature of thinking.
    • anything of the real nature of thinking; only a knowledge based on
    • The same thing holds good with the nature of our willing. The will
    • into a kind of faint. There we look into the true nature of the will,
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    • investigation of external nature and the development of technology.
    • more of the spiritual in all nature, but able to perceive it.
    • — in all the kingdoms of nature, in every star, in every
    • spirit-soul nature was able to experience on the waves of the
    • gain insight into that spiritual foundation of nature which external
    • earthen nature has as its foundation an elemental spirituality.
    • contained in everything of a solid earthy nature. The outstanding
    • is assumed to have slid down into deeper regions of human nature and
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    • investigation of external nature and the development of technology.
    • more of the spiritual in all nature, but able to perceive it.
    • — in all the kingdoms of nature, in every star, in every
    • spirit-soul nature was able to experience on the waves of the
    • gain insight into that spiritual foundation of nature which external
    • earthen nature has as its foundation an elemental spirituality.
    • contained in everything of a solid earthy nature. The outstanding
    • is assumed to have slid down into deeper regions of human nature and
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    • human nature we build up our whole being.
    • the better it is, for these things, the very nature of these things,
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    • the better it is, for these things, the very nature of these things,
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    • physical life — for no one can have the conceptual nature of
    • absent in the world, in spite of the fact that Nature would be just
    • human being living in a barren, lifeless, naked world of Nature, a
    • picture will show a woman as true to Nature as possible, and a still
    • Nature”, but that, on the contrary, they pass out after
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    • physical life — for no one can have the conceptual nature of
    • absent in the world, in spite of the fact that Nature would be just
    • human being living in a barren, lifeless, naked world of Nature, a
    • picture will show a woman as true to Nature as possible, and a still
    • Nature”, but that, on the contrary, they pass out after
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    • themselves in the bodily nature. Hence that wonderful unison in the
    • have no power over their behaviour, over their physical nature, that
    • their physical nature is in every respect stronger than themselves.
    • opposition presented by their physical nature.
    • people with a childlike nature. In the future it will more and more
    • therefore is: What is the nature of the change? What is it that takes
    • that, today, the human being simply no longer has a bodily nature
    • is now no longer really adapted to the external nature of man and is,
    • permeate and flow through his human nature? What is it that must pour
    • would have to be fulfilled in this being? The soul-nature of such a
    • astral body remain, the ordinary soul-nature is ejected and the
    • soul-nature of the first three years, plus full ego-consciousness, is
    • And if we try to develop in ourselves a manhood whose nature is that
    • overcome his external nature and once again to find the connection
    • wither. The inner nature must be so strengthened from the spiritual
    • worlds that the opposing outer nature is brought into conformity with
    • fracture; the different nature of the rocks and the discoveries made
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    • themselves in the bodily nature. Hence that wonderful unison in the
    • have no power over their behaviour, over their physical nature, that
    • their physical nature is in every respect stronger than themselves.
    • opposition presented by their physical nature.
    • people with a childlike nature. In the future it will more and more
    • therefore is: What is the nature of the change? What is it that takes
    • that, today, the human being simply no longer has a bodily nature
    • is now no longer really adapted to the external nature of man and is,
    • permeate and flow through his human nature? What is it that must pour
    • would have to be fulfilled in this being? The soul-nature of such a
    • astral body remain, the ordinary soul-nature is ejected and the
    • soul-nature of the first three years, plus full ego-consciousness, is
    • And if we try to develop in ourselves a manhood whose nature is that
    • overcome his external nature and once again to find the connection
    • wither. The inner nature must be so strengthened from the spiritual
    • worlds that the opposing outer nature is brought into conformity with
    • fracture; the different nature of the rocks and the discoveries made
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    • cannot be done by a view of life which in the study of the nature and
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    • see three members of the human nature which have developed in the
    • especially at work and gives the general signature to that epoch, he
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    • does this affect? It acts on a threefold nature in the temperaments.
    • account penetrate deeply into human nature.
    • these other Folk-spirits, who are connected with the powers of Nature
    • These two kinds appear in human nature and in human
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    • inner nature of those Beings of whom we have spoken in the two
    • We must now look a little into the inner nature of such
    • nature of the human being, in which the human ‘ I ’
    • inner nature of man consists of three modifications of the astral
    • the Archangels is of the same nature. The ‘ I ’
    • life. In a certain respect the Archangel-nature, the one which guides
    • their whole soul-nature towards what we call the astral body. For
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    • and forces of Nature to work together in the cosmos, but that it was
    • according to their own nature, we find that their chief interest lies
    • nature, one might say, somewhere about the twentieth year of life: so
    • nature; all the people who have wandered over the face of the earth
    • appreciation of physical nature still sleeps, whilst the
    • man is compelled to reflect upon his own soul-nature, and why on the
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    • man. (Below him are the three kingdoms of Nature, the animal,
    • of Nature and Spirit knows only the domain of maya or illusion, the
    • substance.’ But one who penetrates into the nature of things,
    • everything there in the way of nature-forces and phenomena is
    • Nature — we have said that the three elements of Nature, water,
    • We may therefore say: In the forces of Nature which we
    • Nature which we call the strongest, the underground forces of Nature,
    • if we call to mind the nature of the various forces which manifest
    • themselves in space. If you consider the inner nature of the human
    • nature, you have the physical body, the etheric body and the astral
    • his nature, whereby this state of equilibrium can be prepared from
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    • being, which produces the average general human nature. Now into
    • himself the whole human nature. But now from the Mercury centre the
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    • peoples. It is in their nature, and if you remember what was said in
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    • another as regards their essential nature, he might make a great
    • The essential nature of these five civilizations can
    • Now what was the nature of the development which
    • nature are not yet differentiated, and men are as yet quite spiritual
    • Folk-souls, and we shall see what is the nature of our Western
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    • astral nature has affected the ‘ I ’ this too
    • whole constitution of human nature, later on other powers were able
    • great world of Nature surrounding man; so that the Ahrimanic
    • the Hœnir nature overcame the Balder nature. That is expressed by
    • elemental nature of the original impressions has been lost. The old
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    • foundation, a basis, to work from. For we shall deal with the nature
    • was still united to the group-soul nature, and yet the Celtic element
    • because it had a sort of expression of its nature in the etheric
    • external experience is that which pours forth from the inner nature
    • Then you will be able to understand the peculiar nature
    • the contents of the Spiritual Soul itself, and looks upon Nature
    • accounts for the peculiar nature of the Slav peoples at present
    • underlying all the forces of Nature and their creations. But this we
    • with the facts, creations and beings of Nature. We must conceive of
    • occurrence of Nature, of seeing not only the physically-sensible, but
    • the idea of Christ in His twofold nature comprehensible; they do not
    • qualities. There were, then, two natures which must first of all be
    • the higher nature will hold the lower nature under complete control.
    • nature, both really working together, so that they do not merely form
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    • memory kept alive of this union of the spiritual soul-nature which
    • the truth according to the inner nature of the facts.
    • special nature of the peoples inhabiting the various countries of the
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    • lectures I have given recently on the nature of
    • universe. If we ask: What is man in his true nature? — then
    • connection with the being of man, and with the kingdoms of Nature around him,
    • constitution adapted for existence upon the earth. By his very nature he was a
    • nature has become more spiritual, but with his spiritual faculties he thinks
    • millennium the bodily nature will be capable of development only until the 14th
    • understand the real nature and being of man. The mineral world is the only
    • grasp the real nature of plant or animal, and least of all that of the human
    • mineral nature of plant, animal and man. Materialists revel in such thoughts
    • nature, the crudely material nature in the minerals, plants and animals, nay
    • conclusion of my lectures on the nature of colours, when I said that the
    • real nature of colour go hand-in-hand with a perception of the world illumined
    • by Spiritual Science. We have seen how the nature of colour can be understood,
    • themselves with the nature of man's being. But in this way it is only possible
    • science as it is today is capable of grasping only the mineral nature, whether
    • really artistic conception of the world. For the world of Nature itself creates
    • as an artist. And until we realise that Nature is a world of creative art which
    • and are told that in this way they are acquiring knowledge of the nature of man
    • understood of the nature of man by such methods derives from an attitude of
    • when he really understands the nature of the concrete realities connected with
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    • lectures I have given recently on the nature of
    • universe. If we ask: What is man in his true nature? — then
    • connection with the being of man, and with the kingdoms of Nature around him,
    • constitution adapted for existence upon the earth. By his very nature he was a
    • nature has become more spiritual, but with his spiritual faculties he thinks
    • millennium the bodily nature will be capable of development only until the 14th
    • understand the real nature and being of man. The mineral world is the only
    • grasp the real nature of plant or animal, and least of all that of the human
    • mineral nature of plant, animal and man. Materialists revel in such thoughts
    • nature, the crudely material nature in the minerals, plants and animals, nay
    • conclusion of my lectures on the nature of colours, when I said that the
    • real nature of colour go hand-in-hand with a perception of the world illumined
    • by Spiritual Science. We have seen how the nature of colour can be understood,
    • themselves with the nature of man's being. But in this way it is only possible
    • science as it is today is capable of grasping only the mineral nature, whether
    • really artistic conception of the world. For the world of Nature itself creates
    • as an artist. And until we realise that Nature is a world of creative art which
    • and are told that in this way they are acquiring knowledge of the nature of man
    • understood of the nature of man by such methods derives from an attitude of
    • when he really understands the nature of the concrete realities connected with
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and Rebirth
    • The True Nature of the Second Coming
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    • ego-being reaches as far as does our soul-nature. You know that by
    • certain nature was pre-ordained for me; in the course of
    • Earth-evolution my true nature has been darkened, and when now I look
    • nature to fulfillment. But I turn my spiritual gaze upon the Christ,
    • elemental events of nature He was active, but never once did it occur
    • itself. Thus the Jewish soul could look into nature; it could allow
    • man when the soul was unhampered by the bonds of human nature; when,
    • as though divested of their human nature. Christ was there for the
    • We have often characterized the essential nature of the
    • human soul would fall short of its true nature if it were unable to
    • be filled with love. Yes, when we penetrate into the nature of the
    • way that his nature would be thought of as inseparable from love.
    • event drawn from the mysterious realms of nature take place —
    • The Jew had to look into nature when he wanted to see
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    • nature of human souls. Of recent years, a man of poetic nature joined
    • our ideals on into the future world as the God of Nature bears the
    • endowment, our inner nature between death and a new birth, to such an
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    • by their whole nature do not belong to the physical plane but have
    • sin. So if we rightly consider the nature of man, we cannot suppose
    • for the cosmic nature of Christ. And he who deeply grasps Christ's
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    • soul-nature with an element drawn from the objective world, just as
    • that Christ should permeate the nature of man; but the nature of man
    • is filled with what is slain by human nature in Earth-existence, from
    • human eye. The nature of man is filled with death; but the
    • that human nature might not be laden with their death also. In order
    • whole nature of our being. I have spoken to you of the overcoming of
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    • at life in nature it looks like a gladiator's “free for all,”
    • We see throughout nature models for the
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    • at life in nature it looks like a gladiator's “free for all,”
    • We see throughout nature models for the
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    • cosmos to the extent that their nature is set forth in Anthroposophy,
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    • We see nature around us, and we see also that man enters
    • into his physical existence through the forces of this same nature.
    • regard nature if we only pay attention to its external physical
    • aware of our origin from nature in the true sense of the word when we
    • we perceive the Father principle of nature. All that permeates nature
    • nature as the origin of all ‘becoming,’ then we are at
    • remains something inexplicable as regards the nature of man as long
    • forces of nature, the second time reborn through the forces of Christ
    • man's origin through the forces of nature and which is connected with
    • perception of external nature. This perception of external nature
    • For just as truly as that which reveals itself in the deepest nature
    • deepen our external perception of nature through what the heart can
    • develop as spiritual perception of nature. We must learn once again
    • the result of all our observation of nature, words that proclaim
    • will.” The time must come when our observation of nature sets
    • observation of nature must be irradiated by such life so that the
    • whole of nature utters what was uttered by the Angel: “The
    • as we must, once more, listen outwards into nature and hear the
    • Angels singing as it were from external nature, so must we be able
    • astronomy, a solution of the world riddle, out of the inner nature of
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    • sphere of man's evolution and what takes place in nature, and a
    • certain understanding of this link between life in nature and
    • the eternal, not the transitory nature of this event — that
    • world-picture; he only allows the laws of nature, the necessary and
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    • transformed into our modern knowledge of nature; what he had seen
    • view of nature; and out of what the Magi from the East brought to
    • mysteries of the souls of men and of the nature of the animals were
    • narrated in the New Testament when we try to fathom the nature
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    • closely connected with the forces of nature, they were united in
    • highlands, if we want really to understand the nature of these
    • inner nature was not reached. Only the sheath around man was there.
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    • natural science are adapted to nature. A spiritual science with aims
    • show how close he is to the acceptance of principles of human nature
    • nature of man's being and the real source of his consciousness belong
    • of this fundamental comprehension of human nature raises
    • placing it at the foundation of his view of nature, which he
    • that seer and prophet, observed so many connections in nature
    • on the vertebral nature of the skull-bones: ‘The brain itself
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    • mysteries of nature, spiritual science seeks to do for the spirit and
    • soul at the present time. In its fundamental nature, spiritual science
    • external nature. One who believes, for instance, that our spiritual
    • nature must investigate quite differently from the latter. It must find
    • educates itself by the facts of nature itself.
    • statue. The logic developed from the outer facts of nature has
    • of natural science must be made, in order to learn nature's
    • be isolated, separated from its connection with the bodily nature, and
    • spirit nature, which will continue to exist after death, which existed
    • simple manner of man's nature when he enumerates, “Man consists
    • showing how that which is human nature, when it is contemplated as a
    • man consists of different gradations, different shades of human nature.
    • What is of the nature of
    • spirit nature, and cannot be presented externally, for instance, in
    • nature. Spiritual research is able to enter the world through which man
    • life of man? Its very nature, however, prevents it from interposing
    • Because we gain a knowledge of nature, we shall not imagine that we are
    • able to create something in nature itself. Knowledge of nature does not
    • create anything in nature. Nor, because we gain knowledge of spiritual
    • illusion of being able to create something in nature. Hence the most
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    • mirror reality, through the very nature of the Imaginations of the
    • art the Greeks proceeded by the same laws by which Nature herself
    • he could point to his own heart, and say: Now I understand the nature
    • something about the nature of the Sun. Thus through the heart we
    • learn to know the nature of the Sun; that is to say, we proceed from
    • of all men learnt to know the nature of the Sun and then they
    • understood the nature of the human heart. In the modern age we learn
    • light in his nature is born out of the darkness prevailing in him.
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    • mirror reality, through the very nature of the Imaginations of the
    • art the Greeks proceeded by the same laws by which Nature herself
    • he could point to his own heart, and say: Now I understand the nature
    • something about the nature of the Sun. Thus through the heart we
    • learn to know the nature of the Sun; that is to say, we proceed from
    • of all men learnt to know the nature of the Sun and then they
    • understood the nature of the human heart. In the modern age we learn
    • light in his nature is born out of the darkness prevailing in him.
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    • intercourse only with nature and his soul, and we see what an
    • original way to reproduce the secrets of nature, but never really
    • in the secrets of nature.
    • by the inner secrets of nature.
    • strove to be true to nature in all his work and study, worked with
    • We feel in these that the artist imitated nature because he was
    • within the spirit of nature, because he felt himself connected in his
    • soul with the spirit of nature. This feeling of being one with the
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    • intercourse only with nature and his soul, and we see what an
    • original way to reproduce the secrets of nature, but never really
    • in the secrets of nature.
    • by the inner secrets of nature.
    • strove to be true to nature in all his work and study, worked with
    • We feel in these that the artist imitated nature because he was
    • within the spirit of nature, because he felt himself connected in his
    • soul with the spirit of nature. This feeling of being one with the
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    • kingdoms of nature, learns about the beings in the mineral, plant,
    • the surface, is of a different nature from what is growing under the
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    • kingdoms of nature, learns about the beings in the mineral, plant,
    • the surface, is of a different nature from what is growing under the
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    • Now we must enter more exactly into the nature of the human soul,
    • we survey nature we simply see separate letters and the word they
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    • we survey nature we simply see separate letters and the word they
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    • heart. They were organized one-sidedly in the heart nature; an
    • were, as it were, already conquerors, born as conquering natures even
    • other two groups. They would have reminded you of the bird nature. “I
    • these things, could have made the experience that these lion natures
    • nature retained this mode of procreation, since the fructifying force
    • The modern female physical nature has in fact a male etheric body,
    • the woman has proceeded from the lion nature, whereas the physical
    • her nature. One will certainly find this hidden courage. The woman
    • that which in the true sense we can call the bull nature. That is
    • from these lion- and bull-natures. Physical science will be utterly
    • lion-like body. These took up the ego nature, and through this the
    • lion nature was changed more and more into the female body. Those who
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    • heart. They were organized one-sidedly in the heart nature; an
    • were, as it were, already conquerors, born as conquering natures even
    • other two groups. They would have reminded you of the bird nature. “I
    • these things, could have made the experience that these lion natures
    • nature retained this mode of procreation, since the fructifying force
    • The modern female physical nature has in fact a male etheric body,
    • the woman has proceeded from the lion nature, whereas the physical
    • her nature. One will certainly find this hidden courage. The woman
    • that which in the true sense we can call the bull nature. That is
    • from these lion- and bull-natures. Physical science will be utterly
    • lion-like body. These took up the ego nature, and through this the
    • lion nature was changed more and more into the female body. Those who
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    • concerning the nature of death. From a certain point of view one
    • nature of death have been sought in the main without success. On the
    • be mentioned, who has handled the question of the nature of death in
    • has written on the nature of death from the standpoint of his natural
    • however, we discuss the question of the nature of death —
    • employs all means to come to some kind of understanding of the nature
    • find quoted when so serious a question is raised as the nature of
    • death in the world. If we inquire into the nature of death in man, it
    • whole earth nature when, for instance, autumn is coming on. In
    • observation, even if it has not penetrated the nature of Spiritual
    • and decay of life in the plant world. We find in human nature what we
    • organism and external bodily nature. And when men prepare to
    • respect to what has just been described, what is of a soul nature in
    • suppression of our merely organic nature, in a mood which primarily
    • animal nature.
    • to what we call the human will nature — if we then do not speak
    • represent above all the most enigmatic part of human nature. How the
    • and falling asleep of the whole earth nature, and in the animal world
    • nature, would have had to experience in its victory over the bodily
    • nature, remains in a certain sense present as an inner force, and has
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    • concerning the nature of death. From a certain point of view one
    • nature of death have been sought in the main without success. On the
    • be mentioned, who has handled the question of the nature of death in
    • has written on the nature of death from the standpoint of his natural
    • however, we discuss the question of the nature of death —
    • employs all means to come to some kind of understanding of the nature
    • find quoted when so serious a question is raised as the nature of
    • death in the world. If we inquire into the nature of death in man, it
    • whole earth nature when, for instance, autumn is coming on. In
    • observation, even if it has not penetrated the nature of Spiritual
    • and decay of life in the plant world. We find in human nature what we
    • organism and external bodily nature. And when men prepare to
    • respect to what has just been described, what is of a soul nature in
    • suppression of our merely organic nature, in a mood which primarily
    • animal nature.
    • to what we call the human will nature — if we then do not speak
    • represent above all the most enigmatic part of human nature. How the
    • and falling asleep of the whole earth nature, and in the animal world
    • nature, would have had to experience in its victory over the bodily
    • nature, remains in a certain sense present as an inner force, and has
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  • Title: Lecture: The Origin of the Animal World in the Light of Spiritual Science
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    • everything concerning nature and essence of man, so on the other hand
    • development of the lifeless, so-called inorganic nature, and we know
    • of those powers and events which are also present in lifeless nature.
    • rest of nature and belong then, as it were, to lifeless, to inorganic
    • — those substances which today belong to the lifeless nature
    • head of an investigator of nature, which Preyer expresses as follows:
    • metamorphosis of the species in living nature, by just simply
    • assuming that he retraced back the development in nature to issue
    • every specie is unchangeable and as old as nature, and that they are
    • restrict myself to the limits of a simple observer of nature.”
    • essential part of the soul nature, permeating the external bodily
    • nature; but in sleeping man we have the external-bodily secluded from
    • anything about the nature and substance of oxygen from the manner in
    • instincts, desires, and passions (emotions) of man. The nature of the
    • of man, just as the nature of oxygen, which only unites itself with
    • lifeless nature is originated. We have really to imagine that through
    • nature over the whole surface of the earth in such a way that he, as
    • more closely with their bodily nature, whereas man is able to develop
    • the bodily nature as something independent, we will see then that man
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    • everything concerning nature and essence of man, so on the other hand
    • development of the lifeless, so-called inorganic nature, and we know
    • of those powers and events which are also present in lifeless nature.
    • rest of nature and belong then, as it were, to lifeless, to inorganic
    • — those substances which today belong to the lifeless nature
    • head of an investigator of nature, which Preyer expresses as follows:
    • metamorphosis of the species in living nature, by just simply
    • assuming that he retraced back the development in nature to issue
    • every specie is unchangeable and as old as nature, and that they are
    • restrict myself to the limits of a simple observer of nature.”
    • essential part of the soul nature, permeating the external bodily
    • nature; but in sleeping man we have the external-bodily secluded from
    • anything about the nature and substance of oxygen from the manner in
    • instincts, desires, and passions (emotions) of man. The nature of the
    • of man, just as the nature of oxygen, which only unites itself with
    • lifeless nature is originated. We have really to imagine that through
    • nature over the whole surface of the earth in such a way that he, as
    • more closely with their bodily nature, whereas man is able to develop
    • the bodily nature as something independent, we will see then that man
    • spiritual nature as he has it today, had to begin with to separate
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    • so that the artist did not need to look at outer nature or external
    • senses by close observation of outer nature and her structure.
    • nature things reappear in the same form and one day resembles another
    • means; he made himself sensitive to what was inward in outer nature.
    • this is a beautiful human body such as nature would wish to create —
    • outer nature.
    • nature. Each type of stone calls for its own specific form, and each
    • and nature as science had led to in its own sphere. It is not just a
    • heart of nature as she showed herself in his times, from one point of
    • development, the basic character and fundamental nature of his times.
    • And if Goethe once said that Nature had invented death in order that
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    • so that the artist did not need to look at outer nature or external
    • senses by close observation of outer nature and her structure.
    • nature things reappear in the same form and one day resembles another
    • means; he made himself sensitive to what was inward in outer nature.
    • this is a beautiful human body such as nature would wish to create —
    • outer nature.
    • nature. Each type of stone calls for its own specific form, and each
    • and nature as science had led to in its own sphere. It is not just a
    • heart of nature as she showed herself in his times, from one point of
    • development, the basic character and fundamental nature of his times.
    • And if Goethe once said that Nature had invented death in order that
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    • how an understanding of our spiritual nature reveals possibilities of
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    • how an understanding of our spiritual nature reveals possibilities of
    • The nature of dreaming.
    • spirit. The nature of Christ. More about dreaming. The nature of the
    • poet (Christian Morgenstern) and his nature in the life after death.
    • sleep. Germs and ghosts. The nature of germs. Spiritual thoughts as
    • deed of Christ. The nature of the physical world. The premise
    • nature of encounters with the deceased. Inspiration of Rudolf
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  • Title: Presence of the Dead: Lecture One: Understanding the Spiritual World (Part One)
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    • how an understanding of our spiritual nature reveals possibilities of
    • The nature of dreaming.
    • spirit. The nature of Christ. More about dreaming. The nature of the
    • science of the spirit is by nature completely different from those
    • awake. I spoke earlier about the nature of the etheric body; it
    • beginning with the nature of dreams, that true clairvoyance requires
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    • how an understanding of our spiritual nature reveals possibilities of
    • poet (Christian Morgenstern) and his nature in the life after death.
    • here already, pervading all of nature and its light rises in every
    • explain what I mean. Nature is everywhere around us in all its beauty
    • and glory. Surely, anyone sensitive to the beauty of nature will
    • we must also admit that while we may admire the beauty of nature with
    • the content of the artist's soul as well as nature's beauty.
    • us, enriching what we take from nature. I want to use this analogy to
    • experience of the beauty of nature. When the spirit realm presents
    • nature around us in general terms, either. We speak not only of
    • nature this and nature that, but of grass in the meadows, corn in a
    • through the gate of death become true witnesses for the true nature
    • good-natured soul who wanted to understand us and do a great service
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    • how an understanding of our spiritual nature reveals possibilities of
    • sleep. Germs and ghosts. The nature of germs. Spiritual thoughts as
    • deed of Christ. The nature of the physical world. The premise
    • nature of sleep.
    • with materialism? What is the real nature of germs? Well, here we
    • We rely on nature, which is on a lower level than we are, for our
    • life from the beings of the kingdoms of nature below us. We literally
    • nature of our relationship to the dead we were connected with in
    • related only to the material world, to things in nature, live in our
    • And we have to understand the nature of our current task just as we
    • because we have to take into account not only the nature of our time
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    • how an understanding of our spiritual nature reveals possibilities of
    • subjective nature, on what we habitually see, think, and feel. The
    • explain what I mean. We can love nature and admire it, and still
    • nature. Similarly, we can be uplifted when what we have seen in the
    • and Ahriman, angels and archangels, explain the nature of revelation
    • expresses its innermost nature. This building can only be understood
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    • how an understanding of our spiritual nature reveals possibilities of
    • nature of encounters with the deceased. Inspiration of Rudolf
    • matters must be based on the same foundations as the study of nature
    • nature in their own time.
    • world of nature, the physical phenomena around us, while spiritual
    • few centuries. To investigate nature, we use only those mental powers
    • Clearly, just looking at people will tell us little about the nature
    • to speak about nature in general terms. For example, if walking
    • names but instead just “this is nature, that is nature, and
    • there is nature; everything is nature and more nature” —
    • can see the divine nature of the magnificent sensory world around us.
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    • its zenith. When everything in nature was budding and blossoming,
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    • how an understanding of our spiritual nature reveals possibilities of
    • the meadows, on the glorious nature he had enjoyed so much in the
    • scene if we want to fully understand Hamerling's unique nature. A few
    • nature than any academic characterization. He writes:
    • impressions and stimulation, usually from nature around me, in part
    • that cast a pall over the beauty intended by nature. For him beauty
    • beautiful evenings. There he saw radiant nature and southern beauty,
    • works in the beauty and colors of nature and in the spirit of nature.
    • hindrances to our spiritual nature.
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    • the essence of human nature consists. Natural science and
    • goal by bringing together all the processes of nature, and so forth,
    • enigma for others and for himself because of his special nature and
    • to understand human nature in general. But today we have not to do
    • of their nature, and how much depends in life upon our coming to such
    • nature in general and that which confronts us in each human
    • goes more deeply into this complexity of human nature, the individual
    • In the great gap between what we may call human nature
    • about the nature of the temperaments. For though we must admit that
    • means of an external observation of nature, however, the riddle of
    • must belong to universal human nature. Man's temperament, then, is
    • human nature? and then again on the other: How does it point
    • nature according to the methods of spiritual science. We learn that
    • human nature has to point even to moral qualities when he wishes to
    • who penetrates more deeply into human nature will of course be struck
    • we see how from the center of his nature something evolves which is
    • Spiritual science shows how that which is our own nature
    • individual nature of a human being, we must say that the
    • learned to call the members of human nature come into relation with
    • nature in the sense of spiritual science. Only from spiritual science
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    • the essence of human nature consists. Natural science and
    • goal by bringing together all the processes of nature, and so forth,
    • enigma for others and for himself because of his special nature and
    • to understand human nature in general. But today we have not to do
    • of their nature, and how much depends in life upon our coming to such
    • nature in general and that which confronts us in each human
    • goes more deeply into this complexity of human nature, the individual
    • In the great gap between what we may call human nature
    • about the nature of the temperaments. For though we must admit that
    • means of an external observation of nature, however, the riddle of
    • must belong to universal human nature. Man's temperament, then, is
    • human nature? and then again on the other: How does it point
    • nature according to the methods of spiritual science. We learn that
    • human nature has to point even to moral qualities when he wishes to
    • who penetrates more deeply into human nature will of course be struck
    • we see how from the center of his nature something evolves which is
    • Spiritual science shows how that which is our own nature
    • individual nature of a human being, we must say that the
    • learned to call the members of human nature come into relation with
    • nature in the sense of spiritual science. Only from spiritual science
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    • direct connection with Nature by life in cities and towns. And it is
    • procedure. Although it is understandable that weaker natures would
    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • men were not capable of studying Nature in a way that could have led
    • to an actual science of Nature; this has been done for the first time
    • freed themselves from the old way of observing Nature and now they
    • through knowledge of the laws of Nature, science has also succeeded
    • Nature. (This word, ‘unprecedented’, is very popular.)
    • know the laws of Nature and are able, with the aid of these laws, to
    • Nature and upon life. So they fill modern life with products of the
    • science and the mastery of Nature and her forces are therefore
    • Nature, but also the meaning they receive when the Cosmos is viewed
    • in its totality — in its manifestation as Nature and in its
    • Nature's coherence. Quarries are broken up and the stones carried
    • destruction, the demolition, of Nature as a coherent whole. At the
    • second stage, what has thus been extracted from Nature and shattered
    • know that when Nature is demolished — the mineral world first
    • Nature. We shall be less concerned with this point to-day. The
    • important thing is that we drive out of Nature the elemental spirits,
    • coherence of Nature is maintained. Elemental spiritual beings are
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    • direct connection with Nature by life in cities and towns. And it is
    • procedure. Although it is understandable that weaker natures would
    • discover its real nature, they come out with a great deal of
    • men were not capable of studying Nature in a way that could have led
    • to an actual science of Nature; this has been done for the first time
    • freed themselves from the old way of observing Nature and now they
    • through knowledge of the laws of Nature, science has also succeeded
    • Nature. (This word, ‘unprecedented’, is very popular.)
    • know the laws of Nature and are able, with the aid of these laws, to
    • Nature and upon life. So they fill modern life with products of the
    • science and the mastery of Nature and her forces are therefore
    • Nature, but also the meaning they receive when the Cosmos is viewed
    • in its totality — in its manifestation as Nature and in its
    • Nature's coherence. Quarries are broken up and the stones carried
    • destruction, the demolition, of Nature as a coherent whole. At the
    • second stage, what has thus been extracted from Nature and shattered
    • know that when Nature is demolished — the mineral world first
    • Nature. We shall be less concerned with this point to-day. The
    • important thing is that we drive out of Nature the elemental spirits,
    • coherence of Nature is maintained. Elemental spiritual beings are
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    • destinies when they saw how Nature herself seemed to have constructed
    • spiritual powers which sound forth out of the whole of Nature. For he
    • activities of Nature spirits work who are connected with the souls of
    • Nature was at that time something altogether different than for us
    • phenomena of Nature.
    • the spiritual world and the world of Nature in which the spiritual
    • as if by Nature herself, and which caused them to say to themselves —
    • which was built for them by the spirits of Nature and which could be
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    • destinies when they saw how Nature herself seemed to have constructed
    • spiritual powers which sound forth out of the whole of Nature. For he
    • activities of Nature spirits work who are connected with the souls of
    • Nature was at that time something altogether different than for us
    • phenomena of Nature.
    • the spiritual world and the world of Nature in which the spiritual
    • as if by Nature herself, and which caused them to say to themselves —
    • which was built for them by the spirits of Nature and which could be
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    • capable of explaining the things and phenomena of Nature, and nothing
    • you have a true picture in your minds of the nature of these Indian
    • Universal behind the world of nature and the deeds of men. We must
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    • capable of explaining the things and phenomena of Nature, and nothing
    • you have a true picture in your minds of the nature of these Indian
    • Universal behind the world of nature and the deeds of men. We must
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    • facts in their true nature. We should no longer understand them, for
    • the case of carbonic acid gas that Helmont first realized the nature
    • arising out of the soul's nature, and condensing. This was
    • and ever-present fertility in nature. Let us take a simple example:
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    • facts in their true nature. We should no longer understand them, for
    • the case of carbonic acid gas that Helmont first realized the nature
    • arising out of the soul's nature, and condensing. This was
    • and ever-present fertility in nature. Let us take a simple example:
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    • live in human nature. Ahriman lives in the etheric body and Lucifer
    • depths of earthly nature and we should beware of this. Lucifer is the
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    • depths of earthly nature and we should beware of this. Lucifer is the
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    • were, so to speak, far more similar to the plant nature, whereas the
    • true nature of the Archangel cannot come to us if we only move in
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    • consciousness of man's true nature. Things were not always as
    • were, so to speak, far more similar to the plant nature, whereas the
    • true nature of the Archangel cannot come to us if we only move in
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    • poetical natures, by people with a deeper capacity of feeling.
    • with the awakening of Nature outside; the daily course of human
    • Nature. Nevertheless they are not worth much, for they do not
    • one in which Nature's course of events is compared with the
    • corresponds to winter, when Nature outside is awake, and summer
    • of memory is one of human nature's oldest components, so the
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    • with the awakening of Nature outside; the daily course of human
    • Nature. Nevertheless they are not worth much, for they do not
    • one in which Nature's course of events is compared with the
    • corresponds to winter, when Nature outside is awake, and summer
    • of memory is one of human nature's oldest components, so the
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • or teachings which constitutes Spiritual Science. As with Nature herself,
    • a false impression of the nature of Anthroposophy. It is as indispensable
    • where, after speaking of the nature of memory he emphasises that it is
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • experiences, inner and outer; and he sees external nature with all the
    • that Nature receives into herself all the human soul perceives of physical,
    • earthly existence. When man has passed through the gate of death, Nature
    • difference whether through burial or cremation). And what does Nature
    • practised, we deepen this impression made by a study of what Nature
    • birth and death. We then turn to Nature, to whom we owe all our knowledge
    • and insight, and say: Nature, who produces from her womb the most wonderful
    • realm of Nature related to what man, as part of her, carries with him
    • 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,
    • earth. Yet this Realm of Nature cannot suffer the human form within
    • within Nature; he cannot, as a human being, contact this world.
    • the substances of Nature and transform them? Who am I? This is the second
    • Nature which man represents to himself through them. He develops sensations
    • the same with every single thing of external Nature in relation to the
    • the whole of Nature is reflected. Yet he has only fleeting pictures
    • one hand, man remains outside Nature. This becomes clear to him at the
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • these destroy it. The action of external Nature upon the human physical
    • Nature can only destroy.
    • between the human physical body and Nature. In the first place, the
    • substances of external nature, or, at least, needs to take them in.
    • nature, as the external world; it transforms what it takes in, and then
    • human organism that is, at first, similar to external nature and, on
    • we can say nothing at all about the relation of man to external nature.
    • We might put it this way: Though external physical nature does destroy
    • ‘get even’ with Nature. He dissolves everything he receives
    • find no relationship to external nature, for this is destroyed by them.
    • relation to the form man bears into physical life, Nature is a destroyer;
    • in regard to what man casts off, Nature receives what the human organism
    • unlike itself and to resemble external Nature very much. It does this
    • of the different kingdoms of Nature. They are, today, just what they
    • of Nature has only gradually become what it is. And when we look at
    • present physical Nature. In other words: If you think of a beginning
    • we look at external Nature today and see that it was once something
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    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • human nature.
    • Anthroposophy we learn to think in accordance with Nature. This men
    • there is no sense in merely speaking of abstract laws of Nature. These
    • only arrive at laws of nature by calculations. They are good for technical
    • of Nature, as calculated by astronomers for the heavens, are like insurance
    • speaking, actual events have nothing at all to do with the laws of Nature.
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • from the side of Nature, and from the side of inner experience.
    • external Nature, on receiving it, has not the power to do anything else
    • forces of Nature which you can make the subject of any scientific study
    • us to say: We look at Nature around us in so far it is intelligible.
    • indeed, for we have discovered so many laws of Nature. This talk of
    • that all these laws of Nature are, by their mode of operation, only
    • Nature which destroy man.
    • deduce moral laws from Nature however far we may explore it. They have
    • different from the world of Nature.
    • bodily being, but it belongs to Nature that can only destroy it; and,
    • is certainly not a product of Nature, which has only the power to destroy
    • Nature which can, however, only destroy it.
    • in the very least influence an external process of nature by our
    • of nature; I feel inwardly, but very dimly, the tensions of my muscles,
    • supports us, and the various kingdoms of Nature provide the substances
    • it needs. We know that we are connected with terrestrial Nature in this
    • various kingdoms of Nature. But with strengthened thinking I begin to
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    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • Nature, but is subject to destruction. Thus we can say that, in the
    • entering space, beings of a psycho-spiritual nature just as man, in
    • the presence of the higher worlds in external Nature. In the case of
    • the warmth of our nature, with all our inwardness of heart and mind;
    • human nature.
    • It cannot be found by merely studying the present world of Nature and
    • if you study the present world of Nature, you may say: Well, there outside
    • is Nature; man takes in its substances and builds up his organism —
    • Nature, being compounded of certain of its substances. Good! But you
    • accordance with them! How, I would ask, can a portion of Nature do
    • Nature and from spiritual to physical Nature again. We cannot understand
    • i.e. what is of like nature with the ego. In this way we see the
    • physical, bodily nature. For spiritual perception the past is continually
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • a corpse. It is then taken over by external, earthly Nature and destroyed.
    • this in no other way. We recognise its essential nature, inasmuch as
    • process, just as we perceive external processes of Nature during earthly
    • a two-fold way: on the one hand, in regard to external Nature which,
    • O Nature, canst only destroy my physical body.
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • that the pictures derive their whole character chiefly from the nature
    • will-nature. On the other hand, a man who dreams his life almost as
    • secrets of human nature. If you study a man as he acts in life and learn
    • what lives and weaves in human nature, so distort it all. From what
    • way, we can perceive and understand so much of the essential nature
  • Title: Anthroposophy Introduction: Lecture VIII: Dreams, Imaginative Cognition, and the Building of Destiny
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • to the other kingdoms of Nature, has another side. Let us assume that
    • to judge him. He is above the other kingdoms of Nature.
    • the inferior kingdoms of Nature, but kingdoms of the spiritual world
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    • the purpose and nature of Anthroposophy from numerous perspectives. Most
    • important, Steiner tried to reveal the esoteric nature of Anthroposophy
    • of our human condition, especially our inner nature. He encourages the
    • something in the external realm of Nature — let us say, with a
    • the ordinary kingdoms of external Nature — mineral, plant and
    • external kingdoms of Nature, so now, with spiritual beings of different
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    • spiritual in the world, to explain the world of nature around him by
    • by side with nature and the ordinary world, which has as its content
    • to do with the laws of nature that we demonstrate so one-sidedly, and
    • longer have to do with an iron necessity of nature but with a cosmic
    • world of nature, but which makes use of those human powers of
    • ordering of nature. And so, whereas this mood came over modern
    • for in its essential nature the Catholic Church is capable of the
    • of spiritual initiative or anything of that nature. Then he goes on:
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    • then said concerning the Anti-Modernist Oath. I described its nature
    • another and to nature, is doomed to natural decay through the
    • human beings concerning their relations to one another and to nature,
    • concerning their relations to one another and to nature, is doomed to
    • deny it. But we are very lenient towards everything of the nature of
    • humanity will have to recognize the threefold nature of the social
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    • egotism in human nature. Churches, as cultivators of the deepest
    • psycho-spiritual nature of man. The Church laid down in that Council
    • For thereby the true nature of man and also his real relationship to
    • nature can have nothing to do with the material world; he must
    • live in the higher world! But even these profound natures as well as
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    • man does something, and with a sensitive nature even when he thinks,
    • group as meditative natures, inclined towards contemplation, able
    • insensitive natures come over from previous lives in which nothing
    • beings in the present have become meditative natures because they
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    • man does something, and with a sensitive nature even when he thinks,
    • group as meditative natures, inclined towards contemplation, able
    • insensitive natures come over from previous lives in which nothing
    • beings in the present have become meditative natures because they
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    • saw that none of these has anything to say about the real nature of
    • man is modified; the extent to which the animal nature of man differs
    • science, the more we learn of nature, the less we understand of
    • what his real nature is. While on the one hand we have more and more
    • inability of science to give man any light upon his own nature.
    • nature as man, and to fashion the social structure in such a way that
    • this human nature will thrive in it, and when, instead we try to
    • nature. He will have to say to himself: “It is true that I
    • into states of consciousness which are really of such a nature that
    • being growing in his inner nature beyond what he can be as earthly
    • nature as a cosmic being? All that I can establish on earth, all that
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    • saw that none of these has anything to say about the real nature of
    • man is modified; the extent to which the animal nature of man differs
    • science, the more we learn of nature, the less we understand of
    • what his real nature is. While on the one hand we have more and more
    • inability of science to give man any light upon his own nature.
    • nature as man, and to fashion the social structure in such a way that
    • this human nature will thrive in it, and when, instead we try to
    • nature. He will have to say to himself: “It is true that I
    • into states of consciousness which are really of such a nature that
    • being growing in his inner nature beyond what he can be as earthly
    • nature as a cosmic being? All that I can establish on earth, all that
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    • on himself, and from this he can learn the true nature of egoism.
    • that we have to examine the inorganic processes in Nature in
    • fine perception of the nature of egoism, brings us right into the
    • content of the world is communicated to us through our bodily nature.
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • I need hardly say, I mean by this nothing of a mediumistic nature,
    • world of nature, with its secure and stable laws. The fact that we
    • have muscles and bones unites us with nature; our own physical nature
    • makes us feel at home in the physical nature of the world around. And
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    • on himself, and from this he can learn the true nature of egoism.
    • that we have to examine the inorganic processes in Nature in
    • fine perception of the nature of egoism, brings us right into the
    • content of the world is communicated to us through our bodily nature.
    • a harmonious soul-and-spirit nature, to form the new body in perfect
    • I need hardly say, I mean by this nothing of a mediumistic nature,
    • world of nature, with its secure and stable laws. The fact that we
    • have muscles and bones unites us with nature; our own physical nature
    • makes us feel at home in the physical nature of the world around. And
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    • seventh post-Atlantean epoch when learning to know nature will
    • nature as will enable us to understand the growing, developing human
    • religions. We must try to make the essential nature of the different
    • post-Atlantean epoch they were endowed by nature with sound
    • by Nature, as was still to some extent the case in the fourth
    • similar trifling with the mystery-loving element in human nature. But
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    • seventh post-Atlantean epoch when learning to know nature will
    • nature as will enable us to understand the growing, developing human
    • religions. We must try to make the essential nature of the different
    • post-Atlantean epoch they were endowed by nature with sound
    • by Nature, as was still to some extent the case in the fourth
    • similar trifling with the mystery-loving element in human nature. But
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    • sounds and so on. We seek for laws of nature prevailing in the
    • kingdoms of nature, the men of those times beheld spirit and soul. They
    • We little understand the nature of man, especially
    • weather, were dream-creations woven into nature by fantasy. This was by no
    • surrounding nature. He felt the elements of nature within himself. Today
    • this feeling of being at one with nature is lost. In its place man has
    • exercises were good and suitable for the nature of humanity in ancient times;
    • world surrounded by nature. He felt carried back in memory to the time
    • soul, immersed in the phenomena of nature, partakes of every secret, steeping
    • nature. Meditation today is to begin always with an experience in thought,
    • ancient times in the nature of memory, whereas at the present time a
    • his spirit-soul nature drew out of his organism.
    • the soul-spiritual from the bodily nature. The first discovery, when such
    • is of an objective nature, and it is as if one had to fight one's way
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    • sounds and so on. We seek for laws of nature prevailing in the
    • kingdoms of nature, the men of those times beheld spirit and soul. They
    • We little understand the nature of man, especially
    • weather, were dream-creations woven into nature by fantasy. This was by no
    • surrounding nature. He felt the elements of nature within himself. Today
    • this feeling of being at one with nature is lost. In its place man has
    • exercises were good and suitable for the nature of humanity in ancient times;
    • world surrounded by nature. He felt carried back in memory to the time
    • soul, immersed in the phenomena of nature, partakes of every secret, steeping
    • nature. Meditation today is to begin always with an experience in thought,
    • ancient times in the nature of memory, whereas at the present time a
    • his spirit-soul nature drew out of his organism.
    • the soul-spiritual from the bodily nature. The first discovery, when such
    • is of an objective nature, and it is as if one had to fight one's way
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    • the nature of the event that befell him at
    • knowledge of the nature of the super-sensible world, and entirely fails to
    • spiritual nature such as Herman Grimm must needs think of the
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    • the nature of the event that befell him at
    • knowledge of the nature of the super-sensible world, and entirely fails to
    • spiritual nature such as Herman Grimm must needs think of the
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • far better than we can know in Dornach, what is the nature of your soil,
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • Nature as the stirring of which we were speaking just now. Just as
    • we did not want to mix up such an intimate process of Nature with
    • of which you are thinking. Nature herself, in any case, sees to it
    • example; Nature does it for herself.
    • lines. The only condition is that it must be done in harmony with Nature
    • a philosophy dilating upon the intimacies of Nature's life —
    • to see how much the peasant knows of what is going on in Nature.
    • it specifically, according to the nature of your soil — whether
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • in Nature too it is so: everything good can become harmful. Think for
    • in Nature herself. You should not permeate the living Earth with something
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • played by electricity in Nature. It is at least comforting that voices
    • must know about the things of Nature: how one must see from the outer
    • an entity in Nature passes on into the finished fish, it has followed
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • dealing particularly with the etheric nature of plants, and with formative
    • farmer; he follows nature's dynamic play of forces with a greater
    • ego activity of nature. He pointed out particularly how the health of
    • soil, plants and animals depends upon bringing nature into connection
    • the purpose of reanimating the natural forces which in nature and in
    • means, thereby freeing the present conception of plant nature from a
    • nature is to be avoided.”
    • view of nature, based partly on old mystery’tradition and partly on
    • signatures”
    • of cosmic activities, with nature as a whole. Rudolf Steiner pointed
    • follows; pests and diseases make their appearance. Nature herself liquidates
    • weaklings. Pests are therefore to be regarded as nature's warning
    • poisons merely “preserve” a part of moribund nature, but
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • time-relationships they copy the external processes of Nature. Yet in
    • Nature-processes. We need only call to mind one of the most important
    • Nature.
    • a high degree immersed in the general life of Nature, including the
    • throughout the “household of Nature,” as we have grown
    • farther. Everything that lives in the silicious nature contains
    • limestone natures; in the former, Saturn, Jupiter and Mars; and in
    • that as a creature of a comparatively lower kingdom of Nature, the
    • forces of Nature, whether or no we eat the plant and nourish
    • manifested here. Yet in the whole nexus of Nature's forces, it works
    • limestone nature. Suppose we were merely considering what emerges in
    • itself in the plant-nature of the Earth.
    • silicious nature, are concerned in the process. The silicious nature
    • silicious nature, namely, the forces that proceed from Saturn,
    • effects of these forces, which pass into the plant-nature via the
    • the transitory nature — that which surrounds the trees with
    • materialistically, the working of all Nature.
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • essential nature, in the best sense of the word, if it is conceived
    • only contains a certain life — a vegetative nature of its own
    • throughout the growth of Nature. The Earth's surface is a real organ,
    • For those plants in which the root-nature as such is important, we
    • All that is thus connected, by way of silicon, with the root-nature,
    • substance in the soil. Everything in the nature of clay is in
    • purely crystalline within the “household of Nature.” In
    • into a state of chaos. For plant-growth, Nature herself will see to
    • Nature's household.” For in the last resort man can but
    • the plant-life is absorbed by the whole Nature-process. To some
    • below we have the root. In the root there is the cosmic nature,
    • shading. If on the other hand the earthly nature is to live strongly
    • much-divided, then, as in the flower's colouring the cosmic nature is
    • working upward, so here the earthly nature is working downward.
    • earthly nature downward into the soil, just as in colour we have a
    • working-upward of the cosmic nature into the flower.
    • the midst between the two. The Sun-nature lives most of all in the
    • in which the limestone strongly draws the earthly nature downward
    • a stalk-like nature. Where, now, according to the indications we have
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • lecture we shall consider Nature's activity quite generally
    • of Nature wherein nitrogen is working, nor can they do so, so long as
    • spaces, into the wider aspects of Nature, and study the activities of
    • works in the life of Nature, has so to speak four sisters, whose
    • the functions and significance of nitrogen herself in Nature's
    • sulphur that the Spiritual works into the physical domain of Nature.
    • activity in the economy of Nature is so very fine and delicate, we
    • to-day in Nature in a broken, crumbled form, as coal or even graphite
    • or carbon truly is in Nature's household.
    • the bearer of all the creatively formative processes in Nature.
    • Whatever in Nature is formed and shaped be it the form of the plant
    • that is formed in Nature must ultimately proceed.
    • forms that are built up in Nature — makes use of sulphur in the
    • process. Truly to see the carbon as it works in Nature, we must
    • later stage was there added to it, for example, the limestone nature
    • — whether in man or anywhere in Nature there the ethereal
    • the spiritual essence which to begin with is in the carbon-nature.
    • nature and the nitrogen that surrounds us. It will not do for the
    • can penetrate into the intimate life of Nature if you can see the
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • methods for Agriculture, as it is for other spheres of life. Nature
    • and the working of the Spirit throughout Nature must be recognised on
    • manuring signifies in the economy of Nature. How often do we hear the
    • conceive it thus (although in Nature it does not go so far): Imagine
    • and living element. It does not happen so in Nature, but instead of
    • to become inwardly alive — akin to the plant-nature. Now the same
    • the nature of manured earth, or of earth treated in some similar way.
    • districts, we cannot reckon upon Nature herself letting fall into the
    • at any rate in certain districts — Nature herself sees to it that
    • really in the life of Nature. The point is now to recognise the following.
    • something in Nature, the excellence of which for Nature herself I have
    • rightly, once we perceive the whole nature of the process.
    • the horn you have something well adapted by its inherent nature, to
    • forces of a plant-like nature. For the forces we engender in
    • our digestive tract are of a plant-like nature. We ought to be very
    • to see Nature as a whole and not only as in the Baedeker guide-books.
    • as you have seen, is the entire household of Nature. It is always conceived
    • nature. This form of study and research is very different from what
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • into the great connections of Nature has been lost — as indeed
    • circumference of Nature's workings — that is the talk of
    • wider workings of Nature.
    • connection? Great Nature does not leave us so mercilessly in the lurch
    • for the true Nature-process to take place once more in the right way.
    • organic places. Yarrow stands out in Nature as though some creator of
    • no other plant do the Nature-spirits attain such perfection in the use
    • then you will trace it still farther, in its yarrow-nature, throughout
    • Moreover, this process itself is dependent on the substantial nature
    • more, need only be rightly exposed to the influences of Nature. Observe
    • vitality connected as nearly as possible with the earthy nature must
    • are almost as beneficial to the whole course of Nature as our own iron
    • where it grows wild in Nature. It should really grow around man's heart,
    • connections. And so it is in relation to plant-nature.
    • Moreover, plant-nature
    • in this respect is simpler than animal or human nature; therefore our
    • between plant-nature and the living earthy nature, quite in the way
    • it even transforms into nitrogen the limestone, the chalky nature, if
    • sensitive. We can bring about a wonderful interplay in Nature, by giving
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • as such — for the simple reason that in Nature's judgment
    • will naturally grow there through the prevailing conditions of Nature,
    • Nature is not so cruel as to punish man forthwith for his slight inattention
    • its cue from great Nature.
    • things in Nature being subject to a cycle of four years, after the fourth
    • something highly abnormal. To recognise its nature, we might equally
    • in the household of Nature. These are the things you must consider.
    • power lies inherent in seed-nature. It is the very property of the seed
    • must learn to see into the workings of Nature in all her different domains.
    • not only out of what the Earth provides. Nature is a great totality;
    • forces are working from everywhere. He alone can understand Nature who
    • macrocosm. Then we shall once more begin to understand Nature
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • occurring in Nature (minerals, plants, animals — we will leave
    • in Nature it is not so at all. In Nature — and, indeed, throughout
    • these more intimate relationships of Nature when we are dealing with
    • in Nature's household (I am speaking now of such fruit as grows on trees).
    • consider the tree. What is it in the household of Nature? If we look
    • at it with understanding, we must include in the plant-nature of the
    • encompasses the free has a different plant-nature in the air and outer
    • involve something of deep significance in the household of Nature as
    • a whole. Let us then enquire: what is the inner significance, for Nature,
    • and we can find how these things work themselves out in Nature's household.
    • have a further indication of the inner relationship between the root-nature
    • themselves, so to speak, from the tree-root-nature, and live more near
    • with the root-nature of herbaceous plants.
    • it is true, are already somewhat removed from the larval nature) develop
    • For in great Nature — again and again I must say it — everything,
    • Nature is wiser than man, even to this day. And we may well assume,
    • if there is forest by Nature in a given district, it has its good use
    • — that is, to the mineral nature of the earth; while the world
    • the chalky, limestone nature, whereby the ethereal is duly conducted
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    • relationships at work in nature and gives basic indications of the
    • Combustion is a process in mineral or lifeless Nature. Quite apart from
    • what is actually taking place in Nature. In this domain especially,
    • exactly when we describe this threefold nature of the body; for the
    • too. Thus, in a Sense, you mar the working of Nature when you take your
    • I need something in Nature that has a ray-like, radiating form, or that
    • gathers up the ray-like nature in a concentrated “tabloid”
    • another case. Let us look more towards the flowering nature and the
    • the fruiting tendency is not only there in the flower. Nature does not
    • process, where Nature has not yet carried it to the final stage, can
    • the flowers, Nature herself has enhanced the fruiting, flowering activity
    • up to human nature. If, on the other hand, we eat animal food from the
    • — for instance, turnips or beet, enlarged already in Nature by
    • own accord towards the fruiting nature, and that has received the proper
    • of a rooty-nature to the food, however small a dose.
    • no special function. Generally speaking, we can say, the root-nature
    • the rhythmic system with the substantial nature that belongs to it in
    • is the salt-nature. Very little of the food — whether of man or
    • assimilated in Nature — wild manure, so to speak. Take any kind
    • We should only eat just enough potatoes to stimulate our brain and head-nature.
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    • this chaste and unassuming nature we have the ideal of the
    • the outpouring of the Cosmic Spirit in nature is
    • to wine, so is the impersonal nature of man to the
    • transmuted in the higher nature, Christ Himself. The
    • that there is something in external nature which is an
    • Thus does man unite himself with his sevenfold nature in
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    • this chaste and unassuming nature we have the ideal of the
    • the outpouring of the Cosmic Spirit in nature is
    • to wine, so is the impersonal nature of man to the
    • transmuted in the higher nature, Christ Himself. The
    • that there is something in external nature which is an
    • Thus does man unite himself with his sevenfold nature in
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    • the world of nature, with all its fresh young life in the
    • all the budding new life of nature and the death of Christ
    • was the nature of the teaching that was given long ago in
    • kingdoms of nature; minerals, plants, animals and human
    • the secret; namely, of how the new budding life of nature
    • taught as follows: “All around you in nature you see
    • soul. The process that is taking place out there in nature
    • animal kingdom, only in nature it takes place without
    • nature, the force that can be chaste or unchaste, but is
    • through the other kingdoms of nature, is the same as in the
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    • the world of nature, with all its fresh young life in the
    • all the budding new life of nature and the death of Christ
    • was the nature of the teaching that was given long ago in
    • kingdoms of nature; minerals, plants, animals and human
    • the secret; namely, of how the new budding life of nature
    • taught as follows: “All around you in nature you see
    • soul. The process that is taking place out there in nature
    • animal kingdom, only in nature it takes place without
    • nature, the force that can be chaste or unchaste, but is
    • through the other kingdoms of nature, is the same as in the
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    • nature.
    • secondary nature. Man's primary occupations are:
    • nature. For a goat with a fish tail does not exist. But
    • complicated and modified, they placed man into nature. And
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    • nature.
    • secondary nature. Man's primary occupations are:
    • nature. For a goat with a fish tail does not exist. But
    • complicated and modified, they placed man into nature. And
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    • Jupiter love will have became nature as wisdom has on the Earth.
    • The threefold nature of man: body, soul, and spirit. Beings higher
    • invisible. Goblins, Gnomes. Fourfold nature of man: physical body,
    • too strongly with the bodily nature can become elemental beings
    • soul nature and these spiritual beings man can grasp the space
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    • beneficent beings who, compared even with the mildest human nature,
    • who in their own way are also of a mild, peaceable nature and who in
    • the body of a similar nature which conduct a species of fluid resembling
    • course in the human body, with the members of human nature itself.
    • are of such an astral nature that in a certain other direction we can
    • And the preponderance of moon beings or Mars beings of this nature circling
    • everything of a material nature is a revelation of the spirit and how in
    • develop terribly disordered passions of a sensual nature, in comparison
    • to know these beings in their special nature and thereby becomes independent
    • of a Saturn nature, must therefore grow beyond the forces which are
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    • All there are beings other than man, beings of a different nature. There
    • is to have content. The nature of man's etheric body is such that it
    • Being whose innermost nature belongs wholly to the Zodiac, whose forces
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    • of their nature they can endure that immense velocity of development.
    • could have served them, for those were for beings of another nature,
    • complicated nature of this influence can be seen from the following.
    • Thus in the soul-nature
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    • quite different from the nature of our present earthly planet. On Saturn
    • we should find nothing of a material nature. We should find in the Saturn
    • rain from the etheric bodies of the Spirits of Form. The nature of Saturn
    • their nature we should say: as the human being has the physical body
    • in the plants of today. He perceived only the soul-nature in the other
    • astral body there is a twofold nature: selfless impulses that aspire
    • a Manasic nature, the spirit-self. If we want to seek in our surroundings
    • of wisdom and when we go out into Nature this same wisdom meets us everywhere.
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    • nature was entirely absent from them up to the time I have now described
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    • slow development of his spiritual nature during his bodily existence,
    • in the physical bodily nature of man. As Spirits of Wisdom they were
    • bodily nature will be entirely permeated by spirit and will stand out
    • or staying back, is of divine nature. So there were Spirits of the Rotation
    • what issues from the inner nature of the being, and before any manifestation
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    • an idea of the nature of the Angels. We shall most easily form an idea
    • man and how it includes the four kingdoms of nature. He can perceive
    • nature. That was again a different epoch. So you have for each epoch
    • influence over what brings man together with other nature-kingdoms,
    • Epochal Spirit. That is the true nature of the Spirit who is also called
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    • The threefold nature of man: body, soul, and spirit. Beings higher
    • invisible. Goblins, Gnomes. Fourfold nature of man: physical body,
    • too strongly with the bodily nature can become elemental beings
    • a Group one not only acquires concepts and ideas concerning the nature
    • Thus an appeal is made to your heart, your feeling nature, and not to
    • in the whole development of our life and nature. We have come to know
    • man. You know that we differentiate various members of man's nature.
    • We apportion to him a bodily nature — the physical body, etheric
    • body, astral body — and, distinct from the body, a soul-nature
    • or Angels in Christian esotericism, possess no coarse bodily nature
    • on the Moon and have now ascended higher. Such a coarse corporeal nature
    • nature. In the single animal standing before us in the physical world
    • realm that has received us all. They are also spoken of as nature-spirits;
    • instance, in a mine which have always been of a mineral nature. If you
    • own bodily nature they become larger. Even when they reach their greatest
    • preserved a certain nature-sense, i.e. the old clairvoyant forces which
    • observe good proofs of this. Their nature prompts them to play all sorts
    • something of a healthy nature-sense — not so much the miners in
    • astral body because they lack a spiritual nature. No ego works upon
    • body is alone and disintegrates into the atoms of nature. That it is
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    • while the soul and spirit nature of the animal must stream back into
    • It will become increasingly indispensable to grasp the nature of the
    • Human evolution on our Earth is from the group soul nature to the individual
    • can only be made by someone who knows nothing of the nature of folk-fantasy.
    • from what it is today will not be able to understand the nature of these
    • ancient group soul's nature and there will be many such associations
    • be of quite an evil nature. Whereas those which have arisen from the
    • earlier kingdoms are very useful for our orderly course of nature, the
    • on the boundary made by the transition from the group soul nature to
    • nature. That can be particularly observed in the united life of the
    • has the eagle as symbol that is because his eagle-nature is the little
    • this the nature and activity and evolution of the group souls in the
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    • where the beings of different nature-kingdoms come together, where the
    • it receives sound in quite a definite way; to the mineral nature of
    • nerves and blood are the expressions of our fourfold nature, let us
    • now nothing of a material physical nature can subsist in the form which
    • to other beings of an astral nature. Beings which are of the same nature
    • nature. It is not considered, for instance, that the uttering of lies
    • the plant-nature. True, man has been drawn upwards into the spiritual,
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    • soul nature and these spiritual beings man can grasp the space
    • to ordinary sight since their bodily nature is a fine etheric one and
    • an even less dense bodily nature.
    • place beings who have as their lowest bodily nature an etheric body,
    • nature — detaches itself when man goes to sleep, but a part of
    • in the physical body works on the whole inner nature, on sentient soul,
    • the day. In the morning the inner soul nature emerges from this spirituality
    • and enters the three-fold bodily nature of physical body, etheric body
    • Since, however, a strong inner nature submerges every morning into the
    • something which works when the inner soul nature and the outer physical
    • living form what nature has offered him. The greater understanding possessed
    • takes place with what we call the soul body. When the inner soul nature
    • of its inner nature — then the following occurs. In the night
    • astral bodily nature through this exclusive interest in the physical
    • can display the inner nature externalized; and man can at most guess
    • time this inner nature had, as it were, broken asunder in artistic creation
    • Manas, when the full nature of the soul will be immersed in the spiritual
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    • Nature, and of the instreaming of spirituality in the
    • innocence of Nature's being. Then men began to ponder
    • rainbow-shining glory over the plants, the desire-nature
    • Christ is no longer being recognised in His true nature;
    • abstract laws of Nature but of the creative power of the
    • where they will read in the Book of Nature, not only in
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    • impossible to understand why external nature is displayed
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    • waking life man looked out upon Nature differently. He saw
    • it was. Thus everywhere in outer Nature man still perceived
    • of the aura in external Nature. My etheric body goes to its
    • seen hovering over the things and processes of Nature, the
    • saw the outer world of Nature differently owing to the
    • world of Nature in his waking life, he felt this world of
    • Nature as the essential domain of the Father God. All the
    • all the processes of Nature and the whole realm of Nature,
    • For indeed, his perception of Nature, inasmuch as he beheld
    • the words: It is the innocence of Nature's being. Yes, my
    • in truth: the innocence in the kingdom of Nature. He spoke
    • Nature.
    • higher level the innocence of Nature and to preserve it;
    • guiltlessness of Nature. Wherever such Christians lived as
    • desire-nature about the animals, — lo, this is the
    • The Spirit in the world of Nature. Again when they spoke to
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    • speak of Nature, have a dead abstraction — empty of
    • the realms of mineral and plant-nature and to all that
    • all Nature.
    • speak of abstract laws of Nature, they spoke of the
    • all external Nature.
    • the Goddess about the mineral and plant and animal natures,
    • learned to know from her the nature of the four Elements:
    • with Nature — Nature filled with divine forces,
    • Christ, and describing still how when great Nature has
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    • Nature, beginning with man and coming down to the animal
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    • fantasies. Above all, he sees what he sees in outer Nature,
    • is, in its true nature.
    • It was the reading in the Book of Nature. But men have
    • Nature. Hence God in His Compassion has given them in the
    • longer able to read in the Book of Nature. And in the way
    • Book of Nature.
    • Book of Nature. The great Book of Nature will be opened
    • again. Men will read once more in the Book of Nature.
    • spiritually, in the Book of Nature — to find the
    • spiritual background of Nature, God having given His
    • reading, but in the Book of Nature. The blundering,
    • of the Book of Nature. I think even this expression,
    • ‘the Book of Nature,’ is to be found at the end
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    • enter strongly into the physical bodily nature of man.
    • spiritual, thence into the soul-nature, and thence again
    • into the bodily nature of man. Now in the karmic
    • is meant. Such indeed is the peculiar nature of the Michael
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    • external, bodily nature. All those who have grown into the
    • and firmly established in the physical bodily nature. In
    • soul-and-spirit from the physical bodily nature as in times
    • strongly in the bodily nature of a human being, — if
    • the bodily nature is taken hold of by the Spirit to such an
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    • inner nature — of soul-faculty and soul-condition
    • nature. It works in such a way that they think, think
    • nature of the impulses we are confronting when we stand
    • nature. But we shall not only preserve them, we shall make
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    • observe a strange scene: those simple, primitive natures
    • natures understood the Being of Christ. (We don't
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    • conception of the nature and means of Divine revelation
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    • nature, for what was wonderful in nature. But he had little
    • mild, kind and wise nature and he was well loved in every
    • Jesus' transformed nature became evident, especially
    • and put in a different direction. And those whose nature is
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    • nature of the third millennium, Sorat and the significance of the
    • and above all, the true nature of the I and the possible futures open
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    • the nature and timing of these events, as well as a clear distinction
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    • being together with all the kingdoms of nature have arisen, is called
    • nature within them or whether this lower nature has triumphed over the
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    • being together with all the kingdoms of nature have arisen, is called
    • nature within them or whether this lower nature has triumphed over the
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    • a fourfold way. The fourfold nature of human generic souls is characterized
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    • the laws of nature, if they did not already exist? We weigh and measure
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    • in the Bible is what we mean when we speak of the manasic nature flowing
    • This I plays a large role with all those wanting to lead human nature
    • tree, the world-ash, the symbol for threefold human nature. The middle
    • point for this threefold human nature is the I; through its incorporation
    • your second nature, if your soul is fully permeated with enthusiasm
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    • also make the student aware of the nature of the surrounding spiritual
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    • physical nature the most. The occultist refers to them as the bull people.
    • evolution where we live in a bodily nature in such a way that we are no
    • of self within our physical bodily nature. On the other hand, we thank
    • be living in a bodily nature that is less dense.
    • — while all around it, the nature of humankind will have everywhere
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    • bodily nature as forms made of air. All the power that comes from the
    • being descended more and more into the physical bodily nature this bodily
    • nature became like a box to Osiris. As human beings increasingly came
    • In terms of their physical bodily nature, Atlanteans were much thinner
    • bodily nature. They were similar to human beings but more highly developed.
    • physical bodily nature in order to develop our I consciousness.
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    • way, animal nature closed off from the outer world. Claws were created
    • because of his horse hooves, which are a sign of a hardened nature,
    • a nature that has egotistically closed itself off from the world.
    • when the human being's entire nature was still soft, the hair
    • nature expresses very little of the I, we carry our karma inwardly and
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    • Second Coming of Christ; and the true nature of the I and the possible
    • of spiritual culture will have overcome their lower nature. They will
    • then rule over the human instinctive nature. What human beings have
    • be victors over their lower nature through what they will have made
    • of their souls. They will master their lower natures just as a rider
    • all, to be conqueror over his lower nature. But the lower nature is still
    • deeper and deeper into matter, into the darkness of the lower nature.
    • idealized nature in their art; they beautified existence. How beautiful
    • thrown into chains in this fourth age. But the lower nature experienced
    • which has given them mastery over external physical nature, the souls
    • stronger. People will master the forces of nature to a high degree, as we
    • change all of nature and something like a meteor shower appears. In this
    • way human beings unleash the forces of nature, but their achievements
    • of nature. But those who unite themselves with the spirit appear as
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    • What confronts us today as nature is the achievement of the gods. In
    • nature — this will be repeated in a spiritual state. When the
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    • is ascribed to animalistic nature but in a fundamental sense the Bible
    • nature to serve them. They can build cathedrals, they can sculpt marble.
    • Today they are masters of lifeless nature. Even though Raphael's
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    • the lord over the lower nature, forms one of the seals. Sorat is as
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    • varied impulses of a positive and negative nature are introduced into the
    • intercourse and communion between soul and soul of such a nature that the one
    • of our human nature we have carried in us since the Saturn time, the Sun time
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    • varied impulses of a positive and negative nature are introduced into the
    • intercourse and communion between soul and soul of such a nature that the one
    • of our human nature we have carried in us since the Saturn time, the Sun time
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    • concerns Man very closely, namely, the exact nature and life of Man
    • reverence in the presence of the essential nature and Being of
    • before the nature of man is an absolute necessity, for the simple
    • penetrate into the spiritual foundation of man's nature. Anyone
    • very highest degree of reverence in the presence of the nature of
    • the feeling of reverence before man's nature, must remain with
    • depths of man's nature, and they will not know how to say
    • description of the nature of man), then it will perhaps not seem
    • wishes to penetrate into the depths of human nature, it is absolutely
    • connection to the nature of man, to the brain and spinal
    • structure and the portion attached to it as exterior nature of man.
    • here, however, with reference to the essential nature of the organs
    • students of nature. There is a certain rightness in the statement
    • reflective observers of nature, turned their attention primarily to
    • action. Take, for example, an artist who observes external nature,
    • human nature, as it expresses itself in those organs enclosed within
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    • the eternal in human nature. Also it will be necessary, in order to
    • external forms of that portion of human nature which we have
    • covering. If we consider the other portion of man's nature, we
    • construction of this other portion of man's nature if, for the
    • case of ordinary inanimate beings in nature, we can ascribe only a
    • body, as higher, super-sensible members of the nature of man.
    • basis for arriving at the occult foundations of human nature. In
    • nature of this blood-system if we do not make use of general
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    • can act upon the blood only in accordance with their own nature as
    • their own particular natures through whatever effect these may have
    • to presuppose that something in the nature of a nerve-system must be
    • has penetrated into human nature with the help of occult
    • as the inner nature of the human organs, is so expressed in these
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    • the case, of course, in inanimate, inorganic Nature; but not in the
    • same way in animate, organic Nature. When there are no other causes
    • organ; for this physical organ, in its physical nature, is only a
    • feeble expression of the nature of the corresponding spiritual
    • nature of spiritual-scientific knowledge. Though readily understood,
    • accordance with its own nature, its own quality of being. It has, we
    • peculiar nature of this building material must first be mastered.
    • wider meaning, so that even the apparently lifeless world of nature,
    • to repel what constitutes the particular inner nature of this food.
    • have mentioned of the peculiar nature of the nutritive substances.
    • to the particular nature of the human organism. We may say,
    • This human nature,
    • condition that conforms with its own essential nature and quality of
    • that has been deprived of its own nature. One might say that the
    • the food must first be prepared by being deprived of its own nature.
    • relationship which manifests itself in the very nature of man
    • certain extent in its entire formation, its inner nature and quality
    • simply evolves out of inanimate and inorganic nature, in that it
    • say that the nature of this physical organ, this physical instrument
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    • reality of a super-sensible nature. For this reason, precisely in the
    • nature, moreover, of such a super-sensible nature that not only can we
    • variety of ways by the super-sensible members of man's nature.
    • influenced by the super-sensible portions of man's nature, by
    • forward our thinking to the essential nature of a process of
    • for these two sides of human nature to act reciprocally upon each
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    • to these ego-processes. Indeed this bony system is by nature, we
    • expression of the inner nature of the ego is sought for in the forms
    • in these very bones what was our nature and character in the
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    • ask what is the nature of the corresponding correlative of
    • characterising is obviously not something of a crude physical nature,
    • perhaps, of the processes of warmth, they are of such a nature that,
    • the producing of warmth. They are in part of such a nature that we
    • our bony system that a part of its nature consists of deposited
    • manifest themselves as of like nature in our organism, and of which
    • of coarser nature take place in such a way that they radiate into the
    • part of their own nature and essential character, their own vital
    • nature, but rather as if it were due to the influence of external
    • organic form within his nature.
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    • throughout the whole of nature, an identical law termed the
    • nature of the plant lies in the fact that the plant-entity grows,
    • case of man we are to go beyond the plant nature, an entirely new
    • nature. Only through this fact that it does not merely have
    • that it really is what comes to life in the astral nature of man that
    • and that which constitutes the inner nature of man goes forth to meet
    • the nature of a salt acts upon the blood-system. Only, we must
    • inorganic Nature which has not yet been given life, into relation
    • such in us, the real plant-nature may then be left out of account in
    • ether-body. The plant-nature is simply caught up at the point where
    • whatever of the plant-nature works into the human organism cannot be
    • already has its relationship and into which the astral nature of man
    • lymph-system. The plant-nature no longer extends to the point where
    • human being; so that whatever may be sought in the plant-nature in
    • plant-nature comes into question. Hence, when an excessive activity
    • out of plant-nature but capable of working in only as far as the
    • According to the whole nature of the organ-systems as they present
    • nature! If everything that man can have through the activity of his
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    • into a part which is Sun and a part which retains the Moon nature. It
    • one of the nature of thought or ideation, that is, one which
    • another of the nature of desire, which lives in inner movement, inner
    • the Saturn, Sun and Moon evolutions were of a different nature from
    • Then we shall be able to get at least some idea of their nature. They
    • that. But we understand the nature of these Beings best if we realise
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    • different in its very nature from modern tongues — can only be
    • of the nature of desire or will. The one complex contains all that
    • nature a certain cleavage. When we speak of man today, we do not
    • get a closer understanding of the activity and nature of this human
    • and to combine substances, but is in reality of the nature of sound,
    • from warmth to light, and from light to what is of the nature of
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    • around them. An animal nature, an inwardly living animal nature, a
    • nature capable of consciousness, is dependent for its existence upon
    • separation between sun and earth elements. The animal nature first
    • but in such a way that elements of two different natures
    • emerged — one of the nature of air, with a tendency to expand in
    • all directions, the other of the nature of water, with the tendency
    • separated the airy from the fluid nature.” That is a quite
    • nature in the tenuous airy element of the Sun — which had then
    • plant nature is wonderfully described in the Bible. I will deal later
    • The solid now brings forth a recapitulation of the plant nature out
    • Moon, nor even on the earth at the moment when the plant nature
    • it means is that the plant nature was there in the form of group-souls,
    • of the group-soul nature. You must clearly understand that no plants, as
    • possible as regards the animal nature. We have already described how
    • the animal nature made its first appearance during the Moon
    • advance from the plant to the animal nature. Therefore after the
    • there had developed as much of an animal nature as could live in the
    • before, but on the sixth “day” the earth-nature comes
    • ego, the fourth member of human nature, into a being in this whole
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    • Everything of a solid material nature is earth in the sense of
    • elements of the earth's nature a successive activity of warmth,
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    • see something of the nature of Being behind what is described as
    • perhaps have to see manifestations of a deeper spiritual nature in
    • By the fact that they had not acquired the light nature, which was of
    • essential nature of the Goethean theory, know too little about
    • of space is filled out with something of a soul-spiritual nature,
    • Beings who are inwardly connected with everything of a sun nature,
    • nature, then these Beings, who had gone through their most important
    • nature associated with the Sun, naturally remained united with the
    • Before an animal nature with an inner life could come about there had
    • evolution that anything of an animal nature could arise. An influence
    • nature until after we have been told of forces working upon the earth
    • nature; all the beings on the earth were at the plant stage. The
    • animal nature could not begin until light Beings were influencing the
    • only can the plant species shoot up, but also the animal nature,
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    • life-ether. We try to acquire ideas about the nature of earth, water,
    • the nature of the earth element. We know well by now that there was
    • bringing forth once more the objective in its own substantial nature.
    • beginning in everything of an earth nature.
    • nature, so the Spirits of Movement — the Dynameis, the Mights, as
    • at work in the aeriform. And when we come to the warmth nature, to
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    • which characterised our own nature in former times has developed into
    • clairvoyant consciousness is of such a nature that to begin with it
    • of the moon nature and of the sun nature change, become different. If
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    • maturity in the fruit is already inherent in the nature of the plant.
    • Jahve-Elohim, a change in their nature was involved. This change
    • nature further and further from the state of warmth to that of earth
    • beings who sought their bodily nature in the element of air. They
    • Jahve-Elohim was able to form the earthly nature of man by breathing
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    • the reference was to something of a group-soul nature, the second
    • soul-spiritual nature in man is on the neighbouring planets in the
    • enabled man to assume his proper nature were none other than the very
    • until the right dose of its nature had been injected into man
    • moon have actually introduced into the human bodily nature something
    • with this moon-nature, it means that it is Jahve-Elohim who has
    • imprinted in man's bodily nature the moon-earth-dust,” the tale
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    • of man depended upon his being able to wait in his spiritual nature
    • nature which enabled him to become a mature being. Had he come down
    • his bodily nature. What was he like — this man brought into
    • often said about the character and nature of the man of today. It is
    • At that time all human beings had a bodily nature in common. We can best
    • same way as the other, lower beings, whose nature is described as
    • characteristic tendencies were formed. But this inner soul-nature was
    • whose bodily nature had been built up from another direction. Thus it
    • predisposition to, the rudiments of, the ego nature. For these old
    • — and which first enables us to understand the inner nature of
    • nature was thereby brought down a stage and became differentiated.
    • his place beside the animal natures which had descended much earlier.
    • nature more and more of the spiritual forces which in the course of
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    • external Nature and also of the physical nature of the human
    • reveals most clearly of all the true nature of illusions,
    • Ordinary thinking (it suffices to bear in mind the true nature of the
    • of a theory of knowledge one may dispute about the true nature of
    • it shows us the true nature of man’s eternal being which he
    • science by meeting the demands of the being and nature both of man
    • with real, genuine knowledge of nature and history.
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    • external Nature and also of the physical nature of the human
    • reveals most clearly of all the true nature of illusions,
    • Ordinary thinking (it suffices to bear in mind the true nature of the
    • of a theory of knowledge one may dispute about the true nature of
    • it shows us the true nature of man’s eternal being which he
    • science by meeting the demands of the being and nature both of man
    • with real, genuine knowledge of nature and history.
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    • intensified that it works like a force of nature. Within the ordinary
    • forces of nature; when lightning flashes, when thunder rolls, we have
    • appearing, developed into a force of nature, if it is only a
    • intensified and expanded, growing into a kind of force of nature.
    • love itself with the force of an event of nature, as it can be
    • be injured, man is protected by the wisdom-filled nature of his being
    • nature of the spiritual world. In a certain way one can carry up into
    • intellect does not perceive at all correctly the nature and essence
    • nature of the higher world. Because man is accustomed to approach
    • keep in view the significance and the real nature of spiritual
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    • intensified that it works like a force of nature. Within the ordinary
    • forces of nature; when lightning flashes, when thunder rolls, we have
    • appearing, developed into a force of nature, if it is only a
    • intensified and expanded, growing into a kind of force of nature.
    • love itself with the force of an event of nature, as it can be
    • be injured, man is protected by the wisdom-filled nature of his being
    • nature of the spiritual world. In a certain way one can carry up into
    • intellect does not perceive at all correctly the nature and essence
    • nature of the higher world. Because man is accustomed to approach
    • keep in view the significance and the real nature of spiritual
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    • Nature and Spirit. Zeus, Poseidon and Pluto as macrocosmic counterparts
    • The ego-nature and the human form. Dionysos and his band of followers.
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    • primeval times welled forth in human nature, so that clairvoyant
    • human soul directly out of elemental Nature the forces which led to
    • human nature. And then this ancient Greek said to himself: ‘In
    • whose knowledge of nature and her laws is assumed to be as useful for
    • ‘Wonders of Nature, Ordeals of the Soul and Revelations of the
    • the greatest wonders of Nature, she is an archetypal form which
    • Nature's wonder like the song of the lark. It was still felt
    • back to those far distant times when human nature was so unified that
    • human feeling, the whole marvel of human nature is immediately
    • human nature. When Demeter is on the stage we feel it streaming
    • electricity hold sway in the everyday wonders of Nature. Thus
    • of Nature, from the ordeals of the soul, from the redeeming
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    • nature of this act, and only one — a goddess — partook of
    • Nature changes in course of time. Our natural science is proud of its
    • interpretation of Nature. There seems little ground for this pride
    • of Nature as the female ruler of the wonders of Nature, the Greek
    • of Eleusis thus express to the nature of man himself? What in terms
    • doing today in human nature? In the opening chapters of a little book
    • lie deep in the subconscious, forces which in outer Nature are
    • still older ruler, both of the forces of external Nature and of the
    • fruitful forces of Nature appeared to him, what did he say? He said
    • spiritual world. The same forces of Nature which have given me my
    • him by the powers of Nature, by divine Beings. When man turned his
    • ‘Outside in Nature, forces are at work; through my breathing
    • place among the wonders of Nature. He feels this clairvoyant capacity
    • forces within human nature comes about as a result of the
    • expressions of the wonders of Nature within man himself. They show us
    • nature — her forces which were active in the plants and caused
    • her child to be born in that human nature. That is what Demeter did
    • fashion both with the forces of Nature and the wonders of Nature. How
    • gave him his food, also as the cosmic power of Nature who, when he
    • child Persephone lost in man's nature, saw her raped as it were
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    • certain scientific connotation. It is the word NATURE. When the word
    • nature’ is used in any context it at once arouses in
    • modern man a whole number of ideas. We think of nature as the
    • nature’ simply did not exist for Greek thought. You have
    • nature’ if you wish to enter into the thought of ancient
    • Greece. The contrast between nature and spirit which we today
    • mathematical-mechanical laws. Such a nature — a nature which is
    • laws, a nature which is not simply the physiognomy of
    • hear how the concept ‘nature’ as understood by modern man
    • times Spirit and Nature were in full harmony with one another.
    • it was obvious that everything which takes place in Nature is
    • happenings in the ordering of Nature and rarer events. The one kind
    • nature, things which follow the laws accepted today by the physicist,
    • caused in the human soul by this opposition between Nature and
    • vision, an event outside the ordinary processes of nature, affects
    • today there is a longing to reconcile the opposition between nature
    • to examine the activity and nature of laws in the physical world
    • opposition between spirit and nature. We must set to work out of new
    • of Nature, a wonder of the world, a miracle, as anything else. Amid
    • active which form the rainbow out of the ingredients of Nature; there
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    • outset of this course that the Greeks thought of the whole of Nature
    • as permeated by Spirit; they had no such conception of nature as we
    • — whom he really thought of as quite remote from human nature.
    • outside, a divine figure with a certain affinity with human nature,
    • of a superhuman nature, Beings who had already completed their human
    • soul-nature backward Angel Beings from the Moon. It was these
    • earthly being of sense. But in His essential nature the Christ is not
    • nature of Christ Himself, but also the nature of another figure, of
    • with them, nothing remains in His nature which could look back with
    • of the Luciferic nature seen from the cosmic aspect. Clairvoyant
    • insight — those wonders of the world, those wonders of Nature
    • To grasp this is to have a spiritualised conception of nature and of
    • pantheism which gives out that all Nature is permeated with a uniform
    • point of attraction of a material nature to which other material
    • possible to bring the universal nature of the Christ into a right
    • wonders of the world, those marvels of Nature, of which the Greeks
    • us to his inner nature, to the ordeals of his soul.
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    • finished on a note of interrogation as to his nature. As everybody
    • arisen in your minds as to the nature of the Greek gods in general. I
    • them knowledge of a Luciferic, a superhuman nature, so in the Greek
    • severs his essential soul-nature from his bodily part, as soon as
    • Dionysos really belonged, to a time when he infused into human nature
    • impulses of human nature, those which work in an animal, an
    • instinctive nature, from hunger and other allied instincts to the
    • lower nature? These lower instincts do constitute egohood, but there
    • is something in human nature which lifts us above them. It is the
    • nature plunged in its egotism. It is only because something else is
    • instincts in the erotic life, then human nature is being purified and
    • course of time, for at present there is much in human nature to give
    • man it merged with his bodily nature; this is wonderfully expressed
    • in the Greek myth in the fact that the Dionysos-nature is concealed
    • what emanates from man's lower bodily nature. Thus we see how
    • very nature allied with the Zeus hierarchy. Because of this, ancient
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    • concept of nature and natural existence which is generally accepted
    • Greek response to the riddle of the world was not a law of nature as
    • nature of things. For why is the world different today from what it
    • nature, and thus have called forth a reality of our own inner being
    • our hearts, to our whole soul-nature.
    • had been transplanted into a world to which, if the true nature of
    • the real ego, it is truly of such a nature that the real egos in Adam
    • only paid attention to the outer beauties of Nature, even the Greek
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    • true being of man, his fourfold nature, is taken into account, the
    • this, I can only say a few words about the nature of human knowledge.
    • have to ask ourselves where in human nature those processes take
    • penetrate into the nature of things. Hence in the lectures on
    • essential and most important in man's own nature, by what
    • Nature, which man in his present bodily form has really grown out of.
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    • into human nature, and we also saw how the Greeks experienced these forces
    • this nature is indicated towards the end of the second of my
    • influences play their part in man, in his whole nature and being. And
    • being plunges more deeply into his own nature and his own being that
    • such that when they condensed in accordance with their own nature
    • post-Atlantean epochs there have been at work in human nature not
    • Cronos began to crystallise, at once something hidden in the nature
    • were also called the gods of the underworld, gods in whose nature
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    • Spiritual Science as in their nature working through the Earth.
    • were the lion nature to work upon it and to modify its structure. The
    • which stand out separately in the Sphinx are in human nature inwardly
    • existed solely in the sun, and yet was akin to the nature of the
    • find in his writings a remarkable teaching about the nature of man, a
    • instrument of human nature. Owing to the way it has been formed since
    • of the instincts, desires, passions and emotions of human nature
    • man who has progressed to real spiritual knowledge of human nature
    • nature; there is something else working in me all the
    • kingdoms of Nature which are our environment. Yes; we must face the
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    • lies in the abstract ‘laws of nature’ of today, is the
    • through the laws of nature is like a squeezed-out lemon! This is
    • nature.
    • is there below in his astral, etheric and physical natures. Together
    • enters. What we ourselves have done to this divine nature of ours
    • wax strong and powerful, their will-nature comes to the fore. Whereas
    • a lower nature in ourselves, and are thrown back upon ourselves worse
    • own will-nature. This is what brings about the severe ordeals which
    • its start from the phenomena of external nature, and traced these
    • is of the nature of will, into which we should otherwise plunge as if
    • will-nature, and draw near to the cosmos, as soon as we thus emerge
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    • phenomena of Nature — never as being in themselves a manifestation
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    • of man's true spiritual nature. In the physical world, it is realised
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    • spirit-power of the earthly sun-hidden forces of nature and of
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    • something of its nature and properties, understood what it
    • than the particular manifestation of His nature that is expressed in
    • the whole nature of that Being? It has been necessary to speak of these
    • yields anything like a true or complete picture of the nature of this
    • forces of Nature, both manifest and hidden, concentrated in the single
    • of His nature could be derived from St. John's Gospel or St. Luke's
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    • man's nature. The astral body had its beginning on the Old Moon, the
    • personality so constituted was able, by his very nature, to enter
    • in which they would have found nothing of a divine nature, had they
    • the faculty to grasp and comprehend the nature of Jahve. Abraham's bodily
    • of the gods, namely the physical nature of humanity which had come into
    • order that the intrinsic nature of this bodily constitution should remain
    • as being entirely the creation of Jehovah, was of the same nature as
    • faculties of this nature and what was acquired by the ancient Hebrews
    • own nature, what had been acquired in Egypt — though not in the
    • be present in human nature, both forces must take effect in the evolution
    • an Ego of this nature is in the real sense man. For a being
    • unfold, and develop its own inherent nature.
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    • let us once more remind ourselves of the soul-nature of the Hebrews,
    • expressing itself in the form of concepts and ideas of a physical nature,
    • must avoid anything of an animal nature. In the strictest sense of the
    • events of his life otherwise completely forgotton. Moreover the nature
    • as the vision of the soul-nature of the etheric body, in the form of
    • there were some whose very nature gave evidence of the progress in human
    • man's nature; thereby he brought the ages of antiquity to their fulfilment.
    • initiation something of a quite different nature. Hence he could not
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    • Nature and Life. An example given of subconscious activity. Destiny.
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    • understand all things. External perceptible nature can certainly be
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    • penetrate the inner nature of the human being. We shall start —
    • to penetrate seriously into the nature of man from a knowledge of his
    • formation shows him to be of a hybrid nature, it shows that he has a
    • to be elaborated by his whole nature, at 45 he would be mature enough
    • nature.
    • etheric body does — chubby and blooming. As external nature
    • likeness of the cosmic spiritual nature, then spirituality will come
    • investigating the spiritual underlying his nature and keeping
    • trouble being taken to gain knowledge of man's nature. It is very
    • of his highest being; whereas he is by nature a complicated being,
    • nature; for because we only cultivate head-wisdom, because we do not
    • comprehension of Nature, those older times were permeated with what
    • dual nature is really present, so that we actually do engender what
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    • ‘The Inner Nature of Man, and Life Between Death and Rebirth,’
    • could throw light upon the nature of his feeling and impulses of
    • man's nature. Several things will be necessary to this end for those
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    • who knows the real nature of man at the present time must say: in the
    • faculty to perceive the spirit in nature, to see the beauty in
    • nature. When the Oriental looks upon what he alone can see —
    • with the cloak of leniency as regards their own nature, —
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    • Nature and Life. An example given of subconscious activity. Destiny.
    • nature; for certain things occur in nature which must be judged in
    • nature-transactions, which are checked and for that reason continue
    • attained. As in nature some seeds are held back at a certain
    • as regards inorganic nature, but is not as yet observed with regard
    • Nature and her Riddles in the Light of Spiritual Research’
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    • ‘spiritual air,’ and we can now speak of the nature of
    • every impression — irrespective of its nature. It is not
    • are revealed when a man clasps his hands over the beauty of nature or
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    • first observe him as a twofold being. This twofold nature is
    • This reference to the twofold nature
    • life, which develops under the restrictions of the bodily nature, we
    • present time man grows old early in his soul and inner nature, is
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    • existence, of the nature of human existence and the meaning of the
    • these issues. For while it is of the nature of spiritual scientific
    • sense perceptible stands a soul-spiritual nature. Only when we
    • spiritual nature of the two sexes? We shall then see that the truths
    • does materialism have to say about the nature of the sexes? We may
    • nature. Then we will find a point of reference on how the modern
    • ideas on female nature such as they appear in the book A Survey of
    • nature is basically submissive, while yet another felt it consisted
    • courage of his bodily nature, a woman possesses an inner courage, the
    • clear to us if we think of human nature as the working together
    • able in this way to look more deeply into the male and female natures
    • nature the inner femininity of the man appears, and through the
    • woman's feminine nature her inner masculinity appears. Now one can
    • materialism that it understands the nature of matter least of
    • following: The body is the foundation for our true soul nature;
    • our sexual nature with us into higher worlds; however, the
    • also expressed in nature. We can see budding life in the tree and at
    • in everything that lives. And if we look at the nature of the sexes
    • in outer nature. Only the artist's inner being, which is rooted in
    • human nature is of spiritual origin and is created out of life, out
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    • existence, of the nature of human existence and the meaning of the
    • these issues. For while it is of the nature of spiritual scientific
    • sense perceptible stands a soul-spiritual nature. Only when we
    • spiritual nature of the two sexes? We shall then see that the truths
    • does materialism have to say about the nature of the sexes? We may
    • nature. Then we will find a point of reference on how the modern
    • ideas on female nature such as they appear in the book A Survey of
    • nature is basically submissive, while yet another felt it consisted
    • courage of his bodily nature, a woman possesses an inner courage, the
    • clear to us if we think of human nature as the working together
    • able in this way to look more deeply into the male and female natures
    • nature the inner femininity of the man appears, and through the
    • woman's feminine nature her inner masculinity appears. Now one can
    • materialism that it understands the nature of matter least of
    • following: The body is the foundation for our true soul nature;
    • our sexual nature with us into higher worlds; however, the
    • also expressed in nature. We can see budding life in the tree and at
    • in everything that lives. And if we look at the nature of the sexes
    • in outer nature. Only the artist's inner being, which is rooted in
    • human nature is of spiritual origin and is created out of life, out
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    • the nature of inner tensions is only the ripples on the
    • life, and in the other direction makes his will nature consciously
    • man's inner soul nature. In ordinary life our thinking or visualising
    • of life or of external nature to work on him in such a way that he
    • arbitrarily but according to the phenomena of nature itself. But he
    • also has to free himself from this mere looking at nature. His newly
    • its bodily nature, from the rest of the body, particularly the limb
    • activated thinking, is related to the whole nature of the human
    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • constantly at work in part of man's bodily nature. We learn that
    • to us the true, super-sensible nature of our ego, and enters into what
    • like this take place in nature, too. If we look at the evolving
    • days man was still to a great extent united with nature; he did not
    • feeling was still a part of nature. Not until the eighth century did
    • he free himself from nature and develop forces of intelligence and
    • isolated from outer nature than they had felt before, because in
    • to draw back from external nature, so to speak. Everything
    • withdrawal of man's inner being from nature that did not take place
    • Golgotha, the nature of which can never be understood if people try
    • nature. It took the next two-thirds of this epoch for these forces
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    • the nature of inner tensions is only the ripples on the
    • life, and in the other direction makes his will nature consciously
    • man's inner soul nature. In ordinary life our thinking or visualising
    • of life or of external nature to work on him in such a way that he
    • arbitrarily but according to the phenomena of nature itself. But he
    • also has to free himself from this mere looking at nature. His newly
    • its bodily nature, from the rest of the body, particularly the limb
    • activated thinking, is related to the whole nature of the human
    • human nature within ourselves if each external impression did not
    • constantly at work in part of man's bodily nature. We learn that
    • to us the true, super-sensible nature of our ego, and enters into what
    • like this take place in nature, too. If we look at the evolving
    • days man was still to a great extent united with nature; he did not
    • feeling was still a part of nature. Not until the eighth century did
    • he free himself from nature and develop forces of intelligence and
    • isolated from outer nature than they had felt before, because in
    • to draw back from external nature, so to speak. Everything
    • withdrawal of man's inner being from nature that did not take place
    • Golgotha, the nature of which can never be understood if people try
    • nature. It took the next two-thirds of this epoch for these forces
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    • night our lower nature wakes, while with our higher nature we sleep,
    • while it is outwardly unfolding its physical nature — it is
    • What is the nature of the mineral consciousness of the
    • nature of this mineral consciousness, this consciousness of the great
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    • night our lower nature wakes, while with our higher nature we sleep,
    • while it is outwardly unfolding its physical nature — it is
    • What is the nature of the mineral consciousness of the
    • nature of this mineral consciousness, this consciousness of the great
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    • nature and the world. Therefore he says: In the firm hope that the
    • authority on man and nature:
    • nature and on man; words to which Faust replies, — for it is
    • the great authority on nature and on man.)
    • nature.’
    • ourselves to consider without prejudice the method and nature of
    • nature without the opposition that would arise if at least it were
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    • nature and the world. Therefore he says: In the firm hope that the
    • authority on man and nature:
    • nature and on man; words to which Faust replies, — for it is
    • the great authority on nature and on man.)
    • nature.’
    • ourselves to consider without prejudice the method and nature of
    • nature without the opposition that would arise if at least it were
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    • innermost nature, than are the abstract truths current in the world
    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • years' study of the nature and being of man — a study which has
    • natural science — has led me to confirm this threefold nature
    • In his nature of soul and Spirit, man is also
    • of man's nature of soul and Spirit. These three members correspond to
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • of Nature in the environment of the oriental. Think of the Indian in
    • that Nature in her beauty and wonder gives to man. The oriental
    • roots. In his metabolic nature, the oriental has grown together with
    • his metabolic processes the oriental grows together with Nature
    • around him. Nature lives and works on, seethes and surges within him,
    • of the material world. Their innermost nature is one with the
    • Nature.
    • possesses by nature what the oriental has to develop from out of his
    • promptings of his own true nature, when he is not false to
    • human endeavour, that the representation of the human in Nature and
    • modern culture: “In that man is placed on Nature's pinnacle, he
    • regards himself as another entire Nature, whose task is to bring
    • production of a work of art.” Man's own spiritual nature gives
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    • innermost nature, than are the abstract truths current in the world
    • envelops the sense-nature of the individuals belonging to it,
    • years' study of the nature and being of man — a study which has
    • natural science — has led me to confirm this threefold nature
    • In his nature of soul and Spirit, man is also
    • of man's nature of soul and Spirit. These three members correspond to
    • individual forms and expressions of human nature in the different
    • of Nature in the environment of the oriental. Think of the Indian in
    • that Nature in her beauty and wonder gives to man. The oriental
    • roots. In his metabolic nature, the oriental has grown together with
    • his metabolic processes the oriental grows together with Nature
    • around him. Nature lives and works on, seethes and surges within him,
    • of the material world. Their innermost nature is one with the
    • Nature.
    • possesses by nature what the oriental has to develop from out of his
    • promptings of his own true nature, when he is not false to
    • human endeavour, that the representation of the human in Nature and
    • modern culture: “In that man is placed on Nature's pinnacle, he
    • regards himself as another entire Nature, whose task is to bring
    • production of a work of art.” Man's own spiritual nature gives
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    • this festival. Just as Nature herself is rejuvenated every
    • the forms of objects in the kingdoms of Nature. Everything
    • morning they saw everything around them in divine Nature
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    • this festival. Just as Nature herself is rejuvenated every
    • the forms of objects in the kingdoms of Nature. Everything
    • morning they saw everything around them in divine Nature
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    • evolution may have this or that appearance, the essential nature of
    • the terrible nature of present world-events, discovers what people
    • understood to-day. Nature, as studied by natural science to-day
    • body is built up like a natural product; it is a work of nature.
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    • evolution may have this or that appearance, the essential nature of
    • the terrible nature of present world-events, discovers what people
    • understood to-day. Nature, as studied by natural science to-day
    • body is built up like a natural product; it is a work of nature.
  • Title: Lecture: Anthroposophy's Contribution to the Most Urgent Needs of Our Time
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    • The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature
    • of our culture, is of such a nature that it already affects every
    • hypothetical world conception the nature of the beginning and the end
    • causality, the necessary order of nature, there is no bridge leading
    • if one lives intuitively in the Nature of knowing. One understands
    • necessary. One can never penetrate the nature of thinking in an
    • the causal explanation of nature finds in its domain no place in the
    • recognised within the general nature Of man, which contains within
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    • The Gulf Between a Causal Explanation of Nature
    • of our culture, is of such a nature that it already affects every
    • hypothetical world conception the nature of the beginning and the end
    • causality, the necessary order of nature, there is no bridge leading
    • if one lives intuitively in the Nature of knowing. One understands
    • necessary. One can never penetrate the nature of thinking in an
    • the causal explanation of nature finds in its domain no place in the
    • recognised within the general nature Of man, which contains within
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    • nature of development in the sixth epoch of culture, it is well to consider
    • well to consider the nature of moral forces in individual souls in their
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    • nature of development in the sixth epoch of culture, it is well to consider
    • well to consider the nature of moral forces in individual souls in their
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    • yet strong enough to cause injury through his soul-nature, as it
    • it, corresponding completely with the nature of vision? As a
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    • the nature of forces of birth.
    • yet strong enough to cause injury through his soul-nature, as it
    • it, corresponding completely with the nature of vision? As a
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    • specific theme: the destiny and nature of the individual human being.
    • clear from the whole nature of their soul. Today we will talk about
    • were permeated by the same soul nature as Abraham. There was a real
    • qualities have to be shed. Instead, the individual nature of each
    • fundamental nature, the anthroposophical movement, which is to
    • Indeed, it is the peculiar nature of anthroposophical truth
    • its inner nature when it pushes another being. The original meaning
    • nature in themselves.” That is the meaning of a certain passage
    • destiny and our true nature.
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    • learn from them about human nature. Today, we will talk more about
    • what Zarathustrianism really is from people who want to explain its nature
    • expresses the nature of this gift. It was Abraham's mission to
    • according to their nature by expressions taken from the names
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    • nature of humanity at all.
    • outer human nature, the good spiritual beings work together with
    • nature had been thus separated, human beings could again be brought
    • into a unity in their spiritual nature through Christ.
    • calmly and courageously the increasing diversity in human nature
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    • which we must think of all the works of nature of all the natural
    • in a thing that is human creation: in the things of nature it is not
    • with processes in nature that are inwardly connected. When we are able
    • place in nature, we shall soon perceive, that our thought is gaining
    • inner necessity, the inner nature of things.
    • perverted by human civilisation — things of Nature.
    • thought as here described in connection with the things of Nature, will make
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    • which we must think of all the works of nature of all the natural
    • in a thing that is human creation: in the things of nature it is not
    • with processes in nature that are inwardly connected. When we are able
    • place in nature, we shall soon perceive, that our thought is gaining
    • inner necessity, the inner nature of things.
    • perverted by human civilisation — things of Nature.
    • thought as here described in connection with the things of Nature, will make
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    • even bordering on very severe illnesses of human nature would be
    • nature, as you know, the physical body and the ethereal body are immediately
    • matter whether or no they are of such a nature as to leave a trace
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    • even bordering on very severe illnesses of human nature would be
    • nature, as you know, the physical body and the ethereal body are immediately
    • matter whether or no they are of such a nature as to leave a trace
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    • of the nature of space in relation to our own being. Indeed, we
    • applicable to external nature; in the first place, to inorganic,
    • who knows the intrinsic nature of “mathematicising” knows
    • for our eternal human nature, mathematical thinking has all the
    • the whole inner nature of “mathematicising”. For example,
    • apprehend the inner nature of the spiritual present everywhere in the
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    • of the nature of space in relation to our own being. Indeed, we
    • applicable to external nature; in the first place, to inorganic,
    • who knows the intrinsic nature of “mathematicising” knows
    • for our eternal human nature, mathematical thinking has all the
    • the whole inner nature of “mathematicising”. For example,
    • apprehend the inner nature of the spiritual present everywhere in the
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    • immersing oneself in that force by which Nature herself created and
    • shaped man. One forms as Nature herself forms. But then one's whole
    • nature's creative forces. Then one does not set to work on the
    • to survey the kingdoms of nature with the consciousness that such
    • body, but directly expressed. Nature sets the plant before us as a
    • plant would be bungling botchwork in face of what Nature herself
    • in the world of nature. To form plants of marble or wood contradicts
    • for wood is nearer to the plant's nature; but it would be inartistic.
    • But an animal sets its own nature against what is being formed from
    • said, the day before yesterday: If nature, the world, the cosmos are
    • creative nature, if our work is to be artistically spontaneous,
    • creative forces of nature; one immerses oneself in the way in which
    • becomes cosmic and creates something of a cosmic nature in its own
    • nature. In religion he is drawn to devotion; he seeks to find his way
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
    • of nature, would sacrifice his freedom on the altar of the universe,
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    • immersing oneself in that force by which Nature herself created and
    • shaped man. One forms as Nature herself forms. But then one's whole
    • nature's creative forces. Then one does not set to work on the
    • to survey the kingdoms of nature with the consciousness that such
    • body, but directly expressed. Nature sets the plant before us as a
    • plant would be bungling botchwork in face of what Nature herself
    • in the world of nature. To form plants of marble or wood contradicts
    • for wood is nearer to the plant's nature; but it would be inartistic.
    • But an animal sets its own nature against what is being formed from
    • said, the day before yesterday: If nature, the world, the cosmos are
    • creative nature, if our work is to be artistically spontaneous,
    • creative forces of nature; one immerses oneself in the way in which
    • becomes cosmic and creates something of a cosmic nature in its own
    • nature. In religion he is drawn to devotion; he seeks to find his way
    • back to the essential foundations of nature. He would be again a part
    • of nature, would sacrifice his freedom on the altar of the universe,
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    • intrinsic nature — in the secret orders and secret societies of
    • nature is based: upon being able to throw back matter into chaos, to
    • your inner nature, below the powers of memory, you bear within you
    • to the investigation of external nature we shall not be able to
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    • intrinsic nature — in the secret orders and secret societies of
    • nature is based: upon being able to throw back matter into chaos, to
    • your inner nature, below the powers of memory, you bear within you
    • to the investigation of external nature we shall not be able to
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    • call the laws of nature. But with ordinary consciousness we never get
    • with thought, for the laws of nature can be apprehended in
    • up the laws of nature I am bound eventually to apply them to the
    • some creature of nature. Then out of this being of nature, that is
    • external nature, we only built up abstract laws. We come, in other
    • recognise in man only the laws of nature. But in this centre of
    • destruction of which I have been speaking the laws of nature are
    • Within man matter is annihilated, and so are all the laws of nature.
    • Material life, together with all the laws of nature, is thrown back
    • into chaos; and out of the chaos a new nature is able to arise,
    • us of external nature. We can compare it only with a communication
    • setting and the rising world. We must feel how there is in nature a
    • perpetual dying. Nature wears, so to speak, a deathlike hue. But over
    • against this there is also in nature a continual glow of new
    • hue visible to the senses; yet if we open our hearts to nature, it
    • into nature and see the colours, all the colours of the spectrum, from
    • nature, we are looking in a certain sense at the spread-out colours
    • nature, only what is “setting” and passing away. In
    • the cosmos: the moon-nature directed towards pulverising and
    • scattering, and the quickening, life-giving nature of the sun.
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    • call the laws of nature. But with ordinary consciousness we never get
    • with thought, for the laws of nature can be apprehended in
    • up the laws of nature I am bound eventually to apply them to the
    • some creature of nature. Then out of this being of nature, that is
    • external nature, we only built up abstract laws. We come, in other
    • recognise in man only the laws of nature. But in this centre of
    • destruction of which I have been speaking the laws of nature are
    • Within man matter is annihilated, and so are all the laws of nature.
    • Material life, together with all the laws of nature, is thrown back
    • into chaos; and out of the chaos a new nature is able to arise,
    • us of external nature. We can compare it only with a communication
    • setting and the rising world. We must feel how there is in nature a
    • perpetual dying. Nature wears, so to speak, a deathlike hue. But over
    • against this there is also in nature a continual glow of new
    • hue visible to the senses; yet if we open our hearts to nature, it
    • into nature and see the colours, all the colours of the spectrum, from
    • nature, we are looking in a certain sense at the spread-out colours
    • nature, only what is “setting” and passing away. In
    • the cosmos: the moon-nature directed towards pulverising and
    • scattering, and the quickening, life-giving nature of the sun.
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  • Title: Lecture: Exoteric and Esoteric Christianity
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    • Christ spoke after the Resurrection. What was the nature of the
    • understand this, we must think of the nature of the human soul as
    • an ending. At most they enquired about the nature of the change
    • the bodily nature, then Ahriman must begin to abandon hope. Once
    • the nature of death. The Gods had perforce to send a Divine Being
    • might learn the nature of death. The deed which the Gods were
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    • Christ spoke after the Resurrection. What was the nature of the
    • understand this, we must think of the nature of the human soul as
    • an ending. At most they enquired about the nature of the change
    • the bodily nature, then Ahriman must begin to abandon hope. Once
    • the nature of death. The Gods had perforce to send a Divine Being
    • might learn the nature of death. The deed which the Gods were
  • Title: Lecture: Realism and Nominalism
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    • A Living Knowledge of Nature, the Fall of the Intellect into
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall
    • in Nature; the last trace of this was lost with scholastic Realism.
    • which men still had an insight into the true nature of such things through
    • Nature was characterized in such a way that people said — the
    • divine creative Father-principle lives in Nature, and Christ is the
    • still looks at Nature spiritually (for he brings the spirit with him
    • at birth) can only find the Father-principle in Nature. But since the
    • instead to grasp this Son in his own nature, then we must not
    • remain such as you were through birth, and see Nature merely through
    • your eyes and your other senses and then consider Nature with your
    • observing what we ought to see in Nature. But we find the Christ,
    • of man on earth. When Anthroposophy studies Nature it calls the
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    • A Living Knowledge of Nature, the Fall of the Intellect into
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall
    • in Nature; the last trace of this was lost with scholastic Realism.
    • which men still had an insight into the true nature of such things through
    • Nature was characterized in such a way that people said — the
    • divine creative Father-principle lives in Nature, and Christ is the
    • still looks at Nature spiritually (for he brings the spirit with him
    • at birth) can only find the Father-principle in Nature. But since the
    • instead to grasp this Son in his own nature, then we must not
    • remain such as you were through birth, and see Nature merely through
    • your eyes and your other senses and then consider Nature with your
    • observing what we ought to see in Nature. But we find the Christ,
    • of man on earth. When Anthroposophy studies Nature it calls the
  • Title: Lecture: Spiritual Science, a Necessity for the Present Time
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    • nature of, the Russians of Eastern Europe by saying: If we consider
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    • consciousness the whole inner nature and essence of the
    • nature of, the Russians of Eastern Europe by saying: If we consider
  • Title: Lecture: Fundamentals of the Science of Initiation
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    • ideas pertaining to the knowledge of Nature, and explaining this or
    • that thing in Nature, we also speak of ethical ideas, ethical ideals.
    • of these two streams: on the one hand, the knowledge of Nature, and
    • one hand, by the knowledge of Nature, and on the other hand, by
    • that he has to say about natural science, or the knowledge of Nature.
    • Nature?
    • contained both a knowledge of Nature, and an ethical knowledge. This
    • instance, of such a kind that men could read the laws of Nature in
    • their knowledge of Nature. Their spiritual wisdom also contained
    • were by Nature a prosaic, matter-of-fact nation — even denied
    • choose between the evidence of the senses in Nature and Aristotle's
    • Nature!” This is not an anecdote, but a true occurrence. After
    • knowledge of Nature.
    • If the knowledge of Nature
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • knowledge of Nature. This super-sensible knowledge will then contain
    • knowledge of Nature, a cosmic knowledge, an anthropogenesis and
    • 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,
    • give themselves up wholly to the external knowledge of Nature,
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    • ideas pertaining to the knowledge of Nature, and explaining this or
    • that thing in Nature, we also speak of ethical ideas, ethical ideals.
    • of these two streams: on the one hand, the knowledge of Nature, and
    • one hand, by the knowledge of Nature, and on the other hand, by
    • that he has to say about natural science, or the knowledge of Nature.
    • Nature?
    • contained both a knowledge of Nature, and an ethical knowledge. This
    • instance, of such a kind that men could read the laws of Nature in
    • their knowledge of Nature. Their spiritual wisdom also contained
    • were by Nature a prosaic, matter-of-fact nation — even denied
    • choose between the evidence of the senses in Nature and Aristotle's
    • Nature!” This is not an anecdote, but a true occurrence. After
    • knowledge of Nature.
    • If the knowledge of Nature
    • be able to produce moral impulses out of its own nature. A new
    • knowledge of Nature. This super-sensible knowledge will then contain
    • knowledge of Nature, a cosmic knowledge, an anthropogenesis and
    • 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,
    • give themselves up wholly to the external knowledge of Nature,
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    • could understand the language of Nature and could hear God speak to
    • could understand this language of Nature and was in the whole of
    • Nature. At that time, no law or jurisprudence were needed to come to
    • language of Nature. ... A clear language was also spoken there by the
    • Nature, written by the hand in the air, these signs had their effect
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    • could understand the language of Nature and could hear God speak to
    • could understand this language of Nature and was in the whole of
    • Nature. At that time, no law or jurisprudence were needed to come to
    • language of Nature. ... A clear language was also spoken there by the
    • Nature, written by the hand in the air, these signs had their effect
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    • into the meaning of these words, if we penetrate into the real nature
    • experience the feelings of Nature, when we regard the ego of the
    • through Nature. When one man faces another, he knows — does he
    • pulsing life, the warm feeling of Nature. Nature becomes for us a
    • spiritualise Nature through this teaching. We feel as if spiritual
    • experiences pleasure. Thus Nature gradually becomes full of life for
    • whole inanimate Nature suffers, so as to enable you to build
    • One day Nature will again dissolve into its
    • primeval elements. Lifeless Nature had to be drawn together with
    • Lifeless Nature longs for this. What the Apostle Paul said, is true:
    • lifeless Nature. Indeed, we can see that they do not always destroy
    • leads us into a living Nature. Now you can easily understand that
    • the Beings whose nature was of higher substance than that which
    • active, man would have withered; withered, lifeless natures, mere
    • Nature, — in spite of the intellectual forces. The development
    • of the intellect could not be held back; the spiritual nature had to
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    • into the meaning of these words, if we penetrate into the real nature
    • experience the feelings of Nature, when we regard the ego of the
    • through Nature. When one man faces another, he knows — does he
    • pulsing life, the warm feeling of Nature. Nature becomes for us a
    • spiritualise Nature through this teaching. We feel as if spiritual
    • experiences pleasure. Thus Nature gradually becomes full of life for
    • whole inanimate Nature suffers, so as to enable you to build
    • One day Nature will again dissolve into its
    • primeval elements. Lifeless Nature had to be drawn together with
    • Lifeless Nature longs for this. What the Apostle Paul said, is true:
    • lifeless Nature. Indeed, we can see that they do not always destroy
    • leads us into a living Nature. Now you can easily understand that
    • the Beings whose nature was of higher substance than that which
    • active, man would have withered; withered, lifeless natures, mere
    • Nature, — in spite of the intellectual forces. The development
    • of the intellect could not be held back; the spiritual nature had to
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    • thing to try to form definite ideas of the nature of these
    • Nature, walked upon the earth. This Archetypal Being of the
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    • Nature, walked upon the earth. This Archetypal Being of the
  • Title: Lecture: How Do I Find the Christ?
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    • soul-nature but through his actual bodily constitution. If he
    • fifteenth century the nature of man's soul became what it is
    • the different members of which man's nature is composed
    • unable to understand the nature of the Mystery of
    • particular nature and constitution. A man may have
    • nature.
    • nature is such that at the present time
    • follows only the dictates of his own nature, he cannot become
    • along which human nature was advancing at that time.
    • whereby they would have instilled into him a nature making it
    • plane. If we want to understand the nature of such happenings
    • true nature he would acknowledge God. His nature was, as it
    • from human nature itself. The soul is shackled more firmly to
    • Golgotha is connected with the inmost forces of human nature.
    • reason of our very physical nature. To deny God, so says
    • understand our own nature, we realise that we cease to deny
    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life between Death and a new Birth.
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    • soul-nature but through his actual bodily constitution. If he
    • fifteenth century the nature of man's soul became what it is
    • the different members of which man's nature is composed
    • unable to understand the nature of the Mystery of
    • particular nature and constitution. A man may have
    • nature.
    • nature is such that at the present time
    • follows only the dictates of his own nature, he cannot become
    • along which human nature was advancing at that time.
    • whereby they would have instilled into him a nature making it
    • plane. If we want to understand the nature of such happenings
    • true nature he would acknowledge God. His nature was, as it
    • from human nature itself. The soul is shackled more firmly to
    • Golgotha is connected with the inmost forces of human nature.
    • reason of our very physical nature. To deny God, so says
    • understand our own nature, we realise that we cease to deny
    • The Inner Nature of Man and the Life between Death and a new Birth.
  • Title: Lecture: The Nature of Eternity
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    • any unprejudiced man, willing to let the true nature of the
    • his whole nature, making it part of his own soul will not
    • eternity belongs by nature to the human soul, it must
    • perception of the nature of eternity. For — to take a
    • by considering the nature of our ego; for it is the ego that
    • quite recent times, their speculations about its nature are
    • experiences as an image, never discovering its true nature. A
    • released from its connection with the bodily nature and
    • observe the nature of the ego — is something that we
    • forces, that is, the inner nature of man, permeated and
    • turning to nature. In the growth of a plant we see how leaf
    • Thus Spiritual Science points to the nature of man's soul as
    • throwing light upon the nature of eternity and on the way
    • nature of the embodied soul.
    • nature, of the human soul. So I can now quote an old saying
    • Plotinus, who meditated deeply upon the nature of time and
    • nature of the human soul. Neither is Eternity a
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    • The Natureof Eternity
    • any unprejudiced man, willing to let the true nature of the
    • his whole nature, making it part of his own soul will not
    • eternity belongs by nature to the human soul, it must
    • perception of the nature of eternity. For — to take a
    • by considering the nature of our ego; for it is the ego that
    • quite recent times, their speculations about its nature are
    • experiences as an image, never discovering its true nature. A
    • released from its connection with the bodily nature and
    • observe the nature of the ego — is something that we
    • forces, that is, the inner nature of man, permeated and
    • turning to nature. In the growth of a plant we see how leaf
    • Thus Spiritual Science points to the nature of man's soul as
    • throwing light upon the nature of eternity and on the way
    • nature of the embodied soul.
    • nature, of the human soul. So I can now quote an old saying
    • Plotinus, who meditated deeply upon the nature of time and
    • nature of the human soul. Neither is Eternity a
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    • himself, in his own deepest nature, akin to the sun and moon
    • nature, that is, to all intents and purposes,
    • to nurse the instincts of altruism in human nature. And yet,
    • nature, and no possibility, for the moment, of realising it
    • paths, yet it lies in the Anglo-American nature to seek for
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    • himself, in his own deepest nature, akin to the sun and moon
    • nature, that is, to all intents and purposes,
    • to nurse the instincts of altruism in human nature. And yet,
    • nature, and no possibility, for the moment, of realising it
    • paths, yet it lies in the Anglo-American nature to seek for
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    • before us only that which belongs to the outermost nature of
    • Latini now beheld the laws and principles of Nature's working
    • in the forms of Imagination. All Nature's laws — the
    • living and creative essence of Nature herself — came
    • abstractly of the Laws of Nature; they would on no account
    • totality of Nature's laws. Brunetto Latini, however, saw it
    • Nature, like a Word that held sway throughout this Nature,
    • manifold Nature-spirits, and Beings who belong to the
    • Nature. Initiates of old describe her living and creative
    • Nature — as the counsellor of nous, of the
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    • before us only that which belongs to the outermost nature of
    • Latini now beheld the laws and principles of Nature's working
    • in the forms of Imagination. All Nature's laws — the
    • living and creative essence of Nature herself — came
    • abstractly of the Laws of Nature; they would on no account
    • totality of Nature's laws. Brunetto Latini, however, saw it
    • Nature, like a Word that held sway throughout this Nature,
    • manifold Nature-spirits, and Beings who belong to the
    • Nature. Initiates of old describe her living and creative
    • Nature — as the counsellor of nous, of the
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    • nature, the other earthly. The cosmic nature works in such a
    • ways, determine the nature of the face and of the back of the
    • conditioned. We have therefore a cosmic nature influenced by
    • the earthly and an earthly nature cosmically influenced. Were
    • a conditioning effect upon him. Imagine man's earthly nature
    • nature within us but it works in us. As a basic influence it
    • nature of man's task on Earth unless we perceive the
    • his limb-system only the earthly nature developed through his
    • art. Then in art there will not be merely external nature as
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    • nature, the other earthly. The cosmic nature works in such a
    • ways, determine the nature of the face and of the back of the
    • conditioned. We have therefore a cosmic nature influenced by
    • the earthly and an earthly nature cosmically influenced. Were
    • a conditioning effect upon him. Imagine man's earthly nature
    • nature within us but it works in us. As a basic influence it
    • nature of man's task on Earth unless we perceive the
    • his limb-system only the earthly nature developed through his
    • art. Then in art there will not be merely external nature as
  • Title: Lecture: Manifestations of the Unconscious
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    • the true nature of spiritual life. The vast range, the
    • anything of a bodily nature, the human soul is able to evoke
    • the real nature of this borderline province of human life.
    • What rises up from his bodily nature does not come to direct
    • explain the nature of dream simply by using methods and
    • investigator comes to know the peculiar nature of the
    • briefly explained the nature of dream as viewed in the light
    • — because they could not grasp the nature of the dream
    • develop his nature of spirit-and-soul that the body
    • workings of the spiritual upon man's bodily nature. Whereas
    • spiritual reality corresponding to its own inherent nature,
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    • the true nature of spiritual life. The vast range, the
    • anything of a bodily nature, the human soul is able to evoke
    • the real nature of this borderline province of human life.
    • What rises up from his bodily nature does not come to direct
    • explain the nature of dream simply by using methods and
    • investigator comes to know the peculiar nature of the
    • briefly explained the nature of dream as viewed in the light
    • — because they could not grasp the nature of the dream
    • develop his nature of spirit-and-soul that the body
    • workings of the spiritual upon man's bodily nature. Whereas
    • spiritual reality corresponding to its own inherent nature,
  • Title: Lecture: Yuletide and the Christmas Festival
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    • great world of Nature. They were full of thanksgiving for the
    • aware not only of the outer, physical aspect of Nature, but
    • was radiated to him from Nature; with his whole heart he
    • lived in communion with Nature. It was not only that in his
    • fires when the spirit of Nature shouted for joy and was
    • Nature, enabled echoes of ancient clairvoyance still to
    • full of joy and merriment, as though Nature herself were
    • said that Nature herself made it possible for these ancient
    • rejoicing, renewed resurrection in Nature. They were aware of
    • outside in Nature nothing indicated a future state of
    • Nature.
    • into the outer physical death of Nature; we also understand
    • physical death of Nature, into physical darkness, the
    • forces of Nature a soil was prepared into which there
    • plunge into darkness, into the death of outer Nature, there
    • experiences were akin to the manifestations of Nature
    • indicated a flowering of man's whole nature. In the first
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    • great world of Nature. They were full of thanksgiving for the
    • aware not only of the outer, physical aspect of Nature, but
    • was radiated to him from Nature; with his whole heart he
    • lived in communion with Nature. It was not only that in his
    • fires when the spirit of Nature shouted for joy and was
    • Nature, enabled echoes of ancient clairvoyance still to
    • full of joy and merriment, as though Nature herself were
    • said that Nature herself made it possible for these ancient
    • rejoicing, renewed resurrection in Nature. They were aware of
    • outside in Nature nothing indicated a future state of
    • Nature.
    • into the outer physical death of Nature; we also understand
    • physical death of Nature, into physical darkness, the
    • forces of Nature a soil was prepared into which there
    • plunge into darkness, into the death of outer Nature, there
    • experiences were akin to the manifestations of Nature
    • indicated a flowering of man's whole nature. In the first
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    • understanding of the essential nature of Buddhism — or rather
    • go back to prehistoric ages, we find that the nature of the soul and
    • man. In those early times the nature of the soul was such that in a
    • primal wisdom which was altogether different in its nature from the
    • nature of this world?
    • the essential nature of Buddha's illumination and teaching unless we
    • the very nature of the soul. Wisdom, knowledge and morality —
    • illusion and is taught that illusion is its very nature. The
    • original nature. There is a higher man. If this higher man
    • that higher nature which man's process of descent has veiled. He
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    • understanding of the essential nature of Buddhism — or rather
    • go back to prehistoric ages, we find that the nature of the soul and
    • man. In those early times the nature of the soul was such that in a
    • primal wisdom which was altogether different in its nature from the
    • nature of this world?
    • the essential nature of Buddha's illumination and teaching unless we
    • the very nature of the soul. Wisdom, knowledge and morality —
    • illusion and is taught that illusion is its very nature. The
    • original nature. There is a higher man. If this higher man
    • that higher nature which man's process of descent has veiled. He
  • Title: Lecture: Hygiene - a Social Problem
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    • the purely intellectualistic nature of the different conceptions is
    • “profession,” the inner nature of which he is not able to
    • undemocratic nature of this “trust in authority”
    • pass muster with those who really know the nature of materialism and
    • bodily nature and his nature of soul and Spirit, between physical
    • abstract tittle-tattle about a soul independent of the bodily nature
    • material processes is infinite, both outside in Nature and within the
    • science is bound, by its very nature, to speak. If as men and women
    • whole being of man. Such illumination is cast on the nature of
    • the influence of some disease, all that Nature reveals to us in the
    • relate his organisation to the various substances of Nature
    • nature, Spiritual Science is able to work upon and develop what is
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • nature — I refer to the domain of education. Without a
    • that by its very nature Spiritual Science has a living, vital
    • “spiritual” or “psychical” nature, because,
    • profession, and the laity who understand the nature of the
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    • the purely intellectualistic nature of the different conceptions is
    • “profession,” the inner nature of which he is not able to
    • undemocratic nature of this “trust in authority”
    • pass muster with those who really know the nature of materialism and
    • bodily nature and his nature of soul and Spirit, between physical
    • abstract tittle-tattle about a soul independent of the bodily nature
    • material processes is infinite, both outside in Nature and within the
    • science is bound, by its very nature, to speak. If as men and women
    • whole being of man. Such illumination is cast on the nature of
    • the influence of some disease, all that Nature reveals to us in the
    • relate his organisation to the various substances of Nature
    • nature, Spiritual Science is able to work upon and develop what is
    • thought to be of a physical nature and are to be found within the
    • nature — I refer to the domain of education. Without a
    • that by its very nature Spiritual Science has a living, vital
    • “spiritual” or “psychical” nature, because,
    • profession, and the laity who understand the nature of the
  • Title: Lecture: Speech and Song
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    • The Inner Nature of Music and the Experience of Tone: Lecture IV.
    • gait and posture. This faculty is only incorporated in man's nature
    • have in speech something essential to our nature here on earth. And
    • him in external nature — is an image of the spiritual. Now when
    • his whole nature — body, soul and spirit — not only
    • their pure, original nature; eleven are quite distinct, only the
    • soul provides the vowel nature. Thus when you embody in speech the
    • through its consonantal nature shapes and forms the vowel
    • nature of the rhythmic breathing process. The poet of to-day still
    • vowel nature — the soul — strikes its chords.
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • soul-nature, manifesting itself through the vowels, strikes upon the
    • consonantal nature, which is plastically shaped and formed in
    • moulded outwardly by the nature of the consonants, the sound is
    • soul-nature. Behind Aries maybe, is Saturn, a vowel element of soul.
    • sound dwells on earth in the element of air, so it is with the nature
    • man speaks, he makes use of his whole body. The consonant nature
    • liberate the consonant nature that permeates the human being for so
    • instrument in song — if we take the vowel nature out of the
    • Consonant-nature out of the human being, and there arises Form, which
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    • gait and posture. This faculty is only incorporated in man's nature
    • have in speech something essential to our nature here on earth. And
    • him in external nature — is an image of the spiritual. Now when
    • his whole nature — body, soul and spirit — not only
    • their pure, original nature; eleven are quite distinct, only the
    • soul provides the vowel nature. Thus when you embody in speech the
    • through its consonantal nature shapes and forms the vowel
    • nature of the rhythmic breathing process. The poet of to-day still
    • vowel nature — the soul — strikes its chords.
    • we find in it everywhere the longing for the vowel nature, that is to
    • soul-nature, manifesting itself through the vowels, strikes upon the
    • consonantal nature, which is plastically shaped and formed in
    • moulded outwardly by the nature of the consonants, the sound is
    • soul-nature. Behind Aries maybe, is Saturn, a vowel element of soul.
    • sound dwells on earth in the element of air, so it is with the nature
    • man speaks, he makes use of his whole body. The consonant nature
    • liberate the consonant nature that permeates the human being for so
    • instrument in song — if we take the vowel nature out of the
    • Consonant-nature out of the human being, and there arises Form, which
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  • Title: Lecture: Three Epochs in the Religious Education of Man
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    • age, and it leads us from a mere knowledge of Nature to a knowledge of
    • consider the nature of the human soul in the ancient East, in an age
    • nature from the souls of men living to-day. The souls of men in those
    • the experience of the permanent, eternal nature of the soul in the
    • outer Nature. I am clothed in something that is foreign to my being.
    • Between birth and death I live in a body — a body of Nature. I
    • Nature. And it arose before him as he sensed the full inner
    • Spirit, to outer Nature as well — to Nature whose
    • lead only to inner knowledge, he can know and understand outer Nature
    • in the whole life of Nature. Thou art clothed in an outer physical
    • assumed the form of Nature-religions because man felt the need for a
    • justification of his physical birth in Nature. The riddle of Nature
    • Nascimur the riddle of Nature was solved and he could feel
    • What we to-day call “Nature” appeared before men as an
    • unfold the spirituality of Nature to the human soul. The purely
    • physical quality of outer Nature was now there as a question before
    • to explain to man the riddle of Nature. Ex Deo Nascimur —
    • to Nature, saying: “Out of God is this Nature born.” Now
    • riddle of Nature.
    • the Nature-forces in man from death. This was in the age of Ex Deo
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    • age, and it leads us from a mere knowledge of Nature to a knowledge of
    • consider the nature of the human soul in the ancient East, in an age
    • nature from the souls of men living to-day. The souls of men in those
    • the experience of the permanent, eternal nature of the soul in the
    • outer Nature. I am clothed in something that is foreign to my being.
    • Between birth and death I live in a body — a body of Nature. I
    • Nature. And it arose before him as he sensed the full inner
    • Spirit, to outer Nature as well — to Nature whose
    • lead only to inner knowledge, he can know and understand outer Nature
    • in the whole life of Nature. Thou art clothed in an outer physical
    • assumed the form of Nature-religions because man felt the need for a
    • justification of his physical birth in Nature. The riddle of Nature
    • Nascimur the riddle of Nature was solved and he could feel
    • What we to-day call “Nature” appeared before men as an
    • unfold the spirituality of Nature to the human soul. The purely
    • physical quality of outer Nature was now there as a question before
    • to explain to man the riddle of Nature. Ex Deo Nascimur —
    • to Nature, saying: “Out of God is this Nature born.” Now
    • riddle of Nature.
    • the Nature-forces in man from death. This was in the age of Ex Deo
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  • Title: Lecture: Concerning Electricity
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    • A Living Knowledge of Nature, the Fall of the Intellect into Sin,
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall und Spirituelle
    • A Living Knowledge of Nature, the Fall of the Intellect into Sin,
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall und
    • that time to imagine, at least abstractly, the spiritual in Nature.
    • spheres of Nature. So long as man remained within the light, within
    • of Nature.
    • forces of Nature, he would be looked upon as a complete fool! But if
    • power of vision, you will realize that electricity in Nature is not
    • merely a current but that electricity in Nature is, at the same time,
    • at the same time the moral element in Nature. Modern physicists have
    • sure, moral impulses, impulses of Nature, but these impulses are
    • true conception of evil in the order of Nature, if we do not realize
    • but when we electrify matter, Nature is conceived as something evil.
    • explanation of Nature set out along a path that really unites it with
    • we listen to a modern physicist blandly explaining that Nature
    • consists of electrons, we merely listen to him explaining that Nature
    • Nature in this form, we raise Evil to the rank of the ruling
    • that the electric element in Nature is endowed with morality in the
    • of Nature, so that, later on, they take on real shape, become a real
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    • A Living Knowledge of Nature, the Fall of the Intellect into Sin,
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    • A Living Knowledge of Nature, the Fall of the Intellect into Sin,
    • Lebendiges Naturerkennen, Intellektueller Suendenfall und
    • that time to imagine, at least abstractly, the spiritual in Nature.
    • spheres of Nature. So long as man remained within the light, within
    • of Nature.
    • forces of Nature, he would be looked upon as a complete fool! But if
    • power of vision, you will realize that electricity in Nature is not
    • merely a current but that electricity in Nature is, at the same time,
    • at the same time the moral element in Nature. Modern physicists have
    • sure, moral impulses, impulses of Nature, but these impulses are
    • true conception of evil in the order of Nature, if we do not realize
    • but when we electrify matter, Nature is conceived as something evil.
    • explanation of Nature set out along a path that really unites it with
    • we listen to a modern physicist blandly explaining that Nature
    • consists of electrons, we merely listen to him explaining that Nature
    • Nature in this form, we raise Evil to the rank of the ruling
    • that the electric element in Nature is endowed with morality in the
    • of Nature, so that, later on, they take on real shape, become a real
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  • Title: Lecture: The Problem of Jesus and Christ in Earlier Times
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    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • passed from the nature of angel to the “Son nature”; he
    • shown as a child, whereas the deep- natured mystics looked for the
    • human nature, but we do not yet posses the Luciferic element. In
    • be innkeepers. The innkeeper nature is widespread in the world today;
    • “I perceive something of a spiritual nature.), there will
    • distinguish between the nature of an innkeeper and a shepherd; after
    • least in a small way, the innkeeper's nature within ourselves,
    • of their nature that is not derived from earthly experience — if
    • the world — those who have kept their shepherd nature — will
    • distinguish the innkeeper's nature from that of the shepherd,
    • nature is today.
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    • understand, in a true and profound way, the nature of the Christ
    • passed from the nature of angel to the “Son nature”; he
    • shown as a child, whereas the deep- natured mystics looked for the
    • human nature, but we do not yet posses the Luciferic element. In
    • be innkeepers. The innkeeper nature is widespread in the world today;
    • “I perceive something of a spiritual nature.), there will
    • distinguish between the nature of an innkeeper and a shepherd; after
    • least in a small way, the innkeeper's nature within ourselves,
    • of their nature that is not derived from earthly experience — if
    • the world — those who have kept their shepherd nature — will
    • distinguish the innkeeper's nature from that of the shepherd,
    • nature is today.
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    • understanding when we speak of the physical bodily nature of man on
    • the soul-and-spirit works upon the bodily nature. But in the first
    • in our senses — i.e., in the bodily nature — are also processes
    • consider the nature of the will. To begin with, straightforward
    • experiences which every man can have in his own nature, and from
    • the other — our human nature, body and soul together, would not
    • perceive the peculiar nature of his world of Feeling.
    • inner nature and essence. An idea that remains at rest will not
    • spatial ideas — however diluted — of the soul's nature. But
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    • understanding when we speak of the physical bodily nature of man on
    • the soul-and-spirit works upon the bodily nature. But in the first
    • in our senses — i.e., in the bodily nature — are also processes
    • consider the nature of the will. To begin with, straightforward
    • experiences which every man can have in his own nature, and from
    • the other — our human nature, body and soul together, would not
    • perceive the peculiar nature of his world of Feeling.
    • inner nature and essence. An idea that remains at rest will not
    • spatial ideas — however diluted — of the soul's nature. But
  • Title: Lecture: What Has Geology to Say About the Origin of the World?
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    • which by virtue of its nature and its special tasks is able not only
    • investigate the ground as to the nature of its rock-formations and
    • processes of a physical and chemical nature, which cannot be
    • Goethe, who besides being a great poet was also a great student of Nature
    • become attuned to higher contemplations of nature; and as the human
    • which by its whole nature showed that it could not contain anything living,
    • effects in nature. But they functioned; they were at work in that
    • the laws of nature; it is a state resulting from what was originally
    • mechanical nature were caught up and perpetuated by organic —
    • things as presented by a sound observation of nature, we shall say:
    • — Nowadays, things of a very secondary nature are often
    • physical-chemical nature are at work in the body of the earth-planet,
    • his intercourse with nature he enters into all that is beautifu1,
    • Nature has invented death in order to have abundant
    • is true to say, “Nature has invented death in order to have
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    • which by virtue of its nature and its special tasks is able not only
    • investigate the ground as to the nature of its rock-formations and
    • processes of a physical and chemical nature, which cannot be
    • Goethe, who besides being a great poet was also a great student of Nature
    • become attuned to higher contemplations of nature; and as the human
    • which by its whole nature showed that it could not contain anything living,
    • effects in nature. But they functioned; they were at work in that
    • the laws of nature; it is a state resulting from what was originally
    • mechanical nature were caught up and perpetuated by organic —
    • things as presented by a sound observation of nature, we shall say:
    • — Nowadays, things of a very secondary nature are often
    • physical-chemical nature are at work in the body of the earth-planet,
    • his intercourse with nature he enters into all that is beautifu1,
    • Nature has invented death in order to have abundant
    • is true to say, “Nature has invented death in order to have
  • Title: Lecture: Thinking and Willing as Two Poles of the Human Soul-Life
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    • of a spiritual nature, which are similar to those thought-forces in
    • nature. By the term “Nature” I am now including
    • colours of nature, and so on. (I have drawn an eye as a symbol of all
    • never remains the same for a moment. The present is of such a nature
    • nature? The present is similar to a dream, except for the fact that
    • quite impossible. If thoughts, — and the laws of Nature must
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    • of a spiritual nature, which are similar to those thought-forces in
    • nature. By the term “Nature” I am now including
    • colours of nature, and so on. (I have drawn an eye as a symbol of all
    • never remains the same for a moment. The present is of such a nature
    • nature? The present is similar to a dream, except for the fact that
    • quite impossible. If thoughts, — and the laws of Nature must
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  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Inhalt
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    • Differenzierungen. Mondenwesenheiten. Mediale Naturen und ihre
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Erster Vortrag
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    • — In dem Augenblick, wo die Frage der Naturerkenntnis und
    • komplizierten Rezepte zusammen. Nicht mit Naturerkenntnis, nach
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Vierter Vortrag
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    • reden von derNaturerkenntnis, von der Naturwissenschaft, in
    • Naturerkenntnis ist, was man weiß über Steine und
    • Unsere Naturerkenntnis
    • menschlichen Naturerkenntnis ist. Und es waltete ein Zauber,
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Siebenter Vortrag
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    • Naturerkenntnis in diesem selben Zeitalter beschäftigt
    • Raphael-Zeit — mit der Naturerkenntnis in Verbindung
    • standen. Tiefere Naturerkenntnis, medizinische Erkenntnis
    • Naturen und ihre Ausstrahlungen
    • Naturen zur Verfügung, die ganz besonders, wenn das
  • Title: Das Initiaten-Bewußtsein: Nuenter Vortrag
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    • die Naturerscheinungen hineinkommt ins Geistige, der andere
    • der letztere Weg mit Bezug auf die Naturerscheinungen gegangen
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    • Naturerscheinungen wirken, sondern die normalerweise so wirken
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    • such a nature are the Spirits of Will. To begin with, we shall only
    • birth of time-beings--whose nature is pure time. Beings are born
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    • underlying it something of a soul-spiritual nature which is behind
    • through something of a spiritual psychic nature which we may
    • us grasp the nature of a being chiefly characterised by what I have
    • nature of air who only describes it according to its external
    • something having an independent existence. We may describe the nature
    • nature of the Christ-impulse. We are then able to understand
    • nature of the Sun, in order to pass on from that to the spiritual nature
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    • of ancient Sun to those of ancient Moon. Something of the nature of
    • constantly down from a certain height into lower pats of his nature.
    • into the actual nature of water. But now the question may be raised:
    • order that beings of this nature might come into existence, the
    • nature was resignation. Christ renounced that which would have
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    • reveal so little of its spiritual nature, we have recognised the
    • tormenting nature of this mood with which is connected a certain
    • this when we tried to understand the nature of sacrifice by
    • nature of the wisdom man can acquire, which we saw trickling in, and
    • “home-sickness.” If you investigate into the true nature
    • that it is of this nature. What kind of willing? It is a will which
    • it was somewhat of this nature. What we may discover in the depths of
    • more like the nature of thought. Every one knows the expression
    • natures as longing and cannot be satisfied in this world. And
    • of the Spirits of Movement the inner nature which would otherwise
    • nature. And it is so embedded in the subsoil of our soul, that, as
    • grasp what it is that has come into our nature here on the Earth, we
    • nature of the world's forces of gravity and attraction. For
  • Title: Inner Realities: Lecture 5: The Inner Aspect of the Earth-embodiment of the Earth
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    • arising within it, and we saw how the longing works in the nature of
    • significance death is neither more nor less than the nature of
    • know the nature of His present life, but they will also be convinced
    • not in the other kingdoms of nature. When we wish to study the
    • that all Fire is sacrifice, everything of the nature of Air is the
    • added the fact that the true nature of the Earth or solid matter is
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    • room. These things are so related to the inner, more intimate nature
    • be done in a small hall anything of a theosophical nature can be
    • she had an impetuous nature and often said what she should not, for
    • his own peculiar nature.
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    • nature are the Spirits of Will. To begin with, we shall only
    • Time begins with the birth of time-beings — whose nature is
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    • soil-spiritual nature which is behind the heat and brings about the
    • psychic nature which we may experience in our souls.
    • grasp the nature of a being chiefly characterised by what I have just
    • no one learns the real nature of air who only describes it according
    • the nature of such a capacity of giving by saying that productivity
    • nature of the Christ-impulse. We are then able to understand the dim
    • will be our task to study the Christ-Being in the spiritual nature of
    • the Sun, in order to pass on from that to the spiritual nature of the
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    • Moon. Something of the nature of renunciation takes place in the
    • his nature. But, on the other hand, if man were incapable of
    • actual nature of water. But now the question may be raised: There is
    • order that beings of this nature might come into existence, the
    • whose very nature was resignation. Christ renounced that which would
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    • our ideas, seems to reveal so little of its spiritual nature, we have
    • tormenting nature of this mood with which is connected a certain
    • striving. We saw this when we tried to understand the nature of
    • comprehend the nature of the wisdom man can acquire, which we saw
    • ‘home-sickness’. If you investigate into the true nature
    • longing, we find that is of this nature. What kind of willing? It is
    • somewhat of this nature. What we may discover in the depths of our
    • was what is called ego-nature which comes out in every form? It is
    • Beings devoted to themselves, to their own Ego-nature, would in a
    • like the nature of thought. Every one knows the expression
    • noble character in whom dwells what is generated by their own natures
    • Spirits of Movement the inner nature which would otherwise have been
    • nature. And this is so imbedded in the subsoil of our Soul, that, as
    • grasp what it is that has come into our nature here on the Earth, we
    • When we have this before us we can trace the spiritual nature of the
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    • in the nature of man, actually leading the life of the soul to find
    • nature of His present life, but they will also be convinced just as
    • the other kingdoms of nature. When we wish to study the historical
    • that all Fire is sacrifice, everything of the nature of Air is the
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    • of such a nature often answer the riddles of
    • has been said from Plato to Herbert Spencer upon the nature of
    • What I have now to say regarding the nature of morality is really
    • describe, the moral nature contained in the personality of Francis of
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    • of human nature can be developed. To this end the others must
    • the original content in human nature, just as spiritual power was in
    • human nature before man's deepest descent. Fundamentally, a great
    • goodness. Human nature is not bad; originally it was really good. The
    • concrete observation of human nature shows us that in its deepest
    • something immeasurably good lies at the bottom of human nature. That
    • he also saw the good in human nature, he saw what lies at the bottom
    • goodness of human nature into an active impulse can arrive at
    • anything else than to love human nature as such.
    • human nature, cannot do otherwise than admit that what we see
    • qualities in human nature. Valour, bravery, is in the European
    • humanity an impulse, a current of such a nature that wisdom and
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    • found that moral impulses are fundamental in human nature. From the
    • moral-nature was shown in a special way to the pupils. Briefly, we
    • In this respect human nature may diverge on one side to
    • nature of man leads us to a particular interpretation of good and
    • regulated by nature, and were so far active that the right moral
    • quality of human nature without being guided by wisdom and truth. A
    • themselves hidden in the background — so also in human nature
    • but the attempt to understand his nature is something to which no
    • is conditioned by our understanding of their nature. Our attitude
    • external world through his bodily nature. The sense body is primarily
    • have a seeing eye for his nature. How do we obtain this seeing-eye
    • by understanding his nature we attain to the virtue of
    • human nature only shows that he does not know the conditions attached
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    • nature and to man behind natural phenomena and the
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and Rebirth
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    • example, in the nature-knowledge which was in existence until
    • and seventeenth centuries. This nature-knowledge was very
    • nature-knowledge able to some extent still to rely, not upon
    • within him something that is of the nature of spirit and
    • in the nature of attempts in the world of men. The maturity
    • hidden laws of nature, hidden laws of elemental nature. But
    • instructive. To understand the nature of this compromise we
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    • female organism is adapted by nature to preserve atavistic
    • through the peculiar nature of her organism was able to draw
    • left-wing. But she was fundamentally honest by nature and
    • nature a certain trait that is particularly common in those
    • of achieving something of a political nature in America by
    • at the same time Spirit and Nature. The one is: I exhibit
    • the laws of nature which are active in Reality. Or, I show
    • shows me conformity to law as it is active in nature; the
    • all natural science is to ascend from nature to
    • into nature herself the more the veils vanish, phenomena
    • nature would be that by virtue of which nature as a whole
    • unconscious products of nature are only nature's
    • nature is, however, an unripe intelligence, hence in its
    • but without consciousness. Nature only reaches her highest
    • nature first completely returns into herself, and by which
    • it becomes manifest that she, nature, is originally
    • Philosophic Enquiries into the Nature of Human Freedom
    • utterances we make about nature. When we say, ‘a body
    • said that to explain nature is to create nature, he
    • reflective study of nature is a repetition of her creation,
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    • of nature, and so forth. Not until he had cast out all spirit
    • think out an atomistic world—nature herself most
    • nerve-endings. Nature herself nowhere obliges us to assume
    • says: Analyse the phenomena of nature and you find the atomic
    • Analyse the phenomena of nature — for this results in
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    • when the study of nature was carried to a further stage.
    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and a new Birth.
    • could happen that certain entirely materialistic natures had
    • teaching about the nature of Jehovah. In this way, what she
    • anything of this nature knows, if he belongs to the left,
    • through. That which is not mineral — the Moon-nature,
    • the Sun-nature — is only occultly present
    • materiality were taken away from the Moon. The whole nature
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    • and what constitutes the essential nature of Earth-evolution
    • present in the Eighth Sphere. The essential nature of the
    • Spirits of Form had achieved everything that their own nature
    • do so is indicative of their essential nature. Thus as Sphere
    • in the physical nature of man.
    • nature — that is the Jahve-principle. The
    • Jahve-principle unfolds its greatest activity where nature is
    • working as nature; it is there that Jahve has outpoured in
    • freedom, the mineral nature had to be incorporated into him;
    • must be regarded as resulting from the nature of the subject
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    • direction which led to a defamation of the whole nature of
    • of the earlier path. It is an actual fact that human nature
    • sub-stream develops in human nature. The connection with the
    • “Now why should not God and Nature be a living
    • our age. Human nature is changing in such a way that it will
    • nature of our Movement, must be based upon making the
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    • the nature of things, therefore, when one had resolved that
    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and a new Birth.
    • by outer nature. We see outer nature as a veil covering what
    • behind nature, the representatives of the religious
    • penetrating behind nature, and, on the other, why do the
    • do not wish the spiritual world behind nature to come into
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    • concealing the spiritual behind nature, so have the
    • behind nature; and it is obstructed from the side of the
    • reasons it is actually dangerous simply to point from nature
    • of nature—to what lies behind nature. And because of
    • upon him as if they were phenomena of nature. If he wished to
    • of nature — would have helped to make a man cunning and
    • that human nature is intrinsically constituted to view such
    • of phenomena of nature, the moral aspect does not come into
    • Spiritual behind Nature. But natural science with its
    • behind outer nature. It is necessary to present many things
    • human nature if a man penetrates behind the veil of the
    • phenomena of outer nature. But there are also certain dangers
    • of outer nature but try to pierce through the veil of the
    • which lie behind outer nature. From the example I gave you in
    • lie behind nature? This can be answered very simply. —
    • of nature.
    • something of the spiritual in nature are not willing to bring
    • knowledge which lead him behind nature, which enable him to
    • nature?
    • behind nature, he comes into actual contact with those
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    • encounters when he breaks through the veil of nature, he will
    • destructive forces in his own human nature. Intellect in
    • effects on human nature! When a man is living in illusion he
    • presented by nature — nature-maya. Reaching its zenith
    • in the nineteenth century, this nature-maya gradually emerged
    • reality — otherwise nature-maya will assert itself as
    • duality, as you see. Nature-maya continues, but underneath it
    • that when man breaks through the veil of nature and
    • penetrates into the world lying behind nature, he encounters
    • earthly nature, so that if, through weakness, he allies
    • behind the veil of nature are highly intelligent. I have
    • manifestations of nature, but the essential substantiality of
    • of man's lower nature. Sensuous urges in man
    • constitutes man's lower nature to their own higher
    • nature, and with their higher forces work through man's
    • without debasing his own nature, without greatly enhancing
    • In our own human nature there are lower urges and impulses.
    • within our nature. Our progress in Spiritual Science depends
    • covering the secrets behind nature. The veil represents
    • it, it is maya, just as external nature is maya. The true
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    • of nature through which, to begin with, our consciousness
    • nature of our consciousness is such that when we look
    • phenomena of nature on the one side, with the objective
    • the sense-organs, the world of nature presents itself; when
    • nature, and on the other side the world of soul causes the
    • on yonder side of the veil of nature lies the Ahrimanic world
    • world. If he pierces only a little behind the veil of nature,
    • of man's lower nature. Ahriman's perpetual
    • of nature, and on the other, behind the veil of the world of
    • indicated whereby men may penetrate behind nature and behind
    • that he had an element of madness in his nature. Socrates,
    • yesterday that when man breaks through the veil of nature, he
    • intellect is required than hitherto. The nature of Spiritual
    • of a nature whereby false occultism and false mysticism are
    • given are of such a nature that if they now work in souls, a
    • — the science of what lies behind nature — must,
    • eternal nature of the soul within them. They want people to
    • shed upon nature safeguards them when they break through its
    • those who are not afraid to pierce the veil of nature, to
    • nature when we portray the forces of nature in the forms of
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    • Elijah in Naboth. Healings by Christ Jesus, nature of
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    • an entirely different nature.
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    • nature of comprehension may, indeed must, have altered in
    • something of the Faust nature in him.”
    • nature mysticism was accomplished in fact in the final
    • abysmal urges toward the depths of nature. Because he had
    • within him the whole nature of Empedocles, he could say,
    • “I will lay aside the Bible for a time and study nature
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    • group-soul nature. This was particularly the case with the
    • more prominent among them, so we may say that such natures as
    • nature to the experience of the individual soul causes a
    • the group-soul nature as Hector to appear like Hamlet, i.e.
    • would first have to accustom itself to the bodily nature of
    • bodily nature, it may come forth in an inharmonious way, in a
    • consciousness of the soul about its own nature. This
    • old prophetic nature, which has now entered into a new
    • indirectly through their group-soul nature, but they are also
    • beings needs the best element of human nature to enable Him
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    • nature, active in rain and sunshine. This is revealed ever
    • that time were fulfilled. He worked as an element of nature,
    • a law of nature itself. We could say that the best way to
    • Yahweh or Jehovah works in all things as a nature-divinity.
    • of the modern learned students of nature — monists, as
    • with the conceptions of a modern knowledge of nature. He
    • of the knowledge of nature possessed by modern savants. The
    • that the inner nature of the different religions can be
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    • his attention to the impossible nature of such judgments we
    • Buddha and say, “Everything here is of such a nature
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    • But it is in the very nature of occult teaching that they do
    • to speak, characterizes his own nature. What is he really
    • says of his nature that he is the spirit of all that has come
    • purest, the most divine kind of nature. Hence, according to
    • seek to find behind them the nature of their true being, we
    • speaking of the nature of the human soul as it would have
    • nature are the conceptual heights to which this very ancient,
    • such a nature that we cannot ask such questions about them.
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    • necessary for us to study the peculiar nature of this
    • nature is repeated within them every year in the same way, in
    • in nature fundamentally confirmed, in the same way as we see
    • human nature is quite different in the second period of seven
    • the One, demonstrates the unhistorical nature of Oriental
    • nature of the people of the Old Testament, how they belong to
    • the case of a child. Here we see that nature predominates;
    • the child's soul-nature. Then the child grows up, and through
    • will retain his specific soul-nature his whole life long.
    • sublime nature that could have been spoken only from the
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    • differed in its inner nature. The events that occurred during
    • we wish to describe the old soul nature as “ego,”
    • the ego prematurely penetrated into his bodily nature, what
    • bodily nature, could find its proper place in the body, and
    • of man's nature, a large part of which has been lost through
    • the true nature of the human being and of humanity, and the
    • nature of the earthly ego and its relation to the form of the
    • with His wounds is derived from the nature of man and from
    • nature of man it is possible for the picture of the Mystery
    • nature of Christ and His relation to the human bodily form,
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    • of nature. The Gospel brings this out clearly and it is
    • transfigured, that is in their spiritual nature, Elijah on
    • the form in which in His spiritual nature He could be
    • connected with the nature of the Hebrew people. Why had this
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    • culture. I have often emphasized the peculiar nature of these
    • out from his nature. Here stood the man at the moment when
    • nature, here is my highest ideal. Here am I, in the form to
    • crushing under foot of man's own nature there came forth what
    • able to grasp the nature of the being of man, and how little
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    • look instead to the world of nature, to which, of course, they also
    • belong. During the course of recent centuries the world of nature has
    • existence. The world of nature, with its laws which are indifferent
    • Human beings have to look up from the world of nature to the world of
    • ideals can flow into the laws of nature and how necessity can be made
    • When we begin to comprehend the world in its true nature we feel as
    • to lead towards solidified, sclerotic, mineral states. The nature of
    • luciferic forces are at work; that in the rhythmical nature of the
    • nature — just as today we speak without superstition or
    • up to the abstract knowledge of inorganic nature that we have
    • nature. Real knowledge of the human being can only come about if we
    • nature, and ascend to the meaningful concepts of luciferic and
    • lifeless nature. Also, when we imbue our soul with moral issues, the
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    • in the very nature of human beings these days to notice only the
    • suited to gaining a knowledge of nature as it appears to our senses,
    • spiritual realm. A progression can be made from the laws of nature to
    • a recognition of the spiritual beings within nature. These beings of
    • nature are divine and spiritual. And if Christianity is to be
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    • retained but given an abstract nature — which in reality ought
    • tradition. People of a nature capable of being creatively religious
    • they summarize in the laws of nature, they now seek to grasp out of
    • creative natures, for the Mystery of Golgotha falls in the fourth
    • to the very roots of their nature. Anthroposophy is capable of
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    • nature during the course of evolution if they did not themselves have
    • that we pour the picture world of dreams into our bodily nature. And
    • something, at first indeterminate, slips into our bodily nature. They
    • is destroyed and dissolved by the forces of nature, we must become
    • forces of nature destroy it. If what we bear within us were of a kind
    • with the forces of nature it would destroy this body all the time.
    • being Jesus of Nazareth bore two natures, a human one and a divine
    • united with Jesus; two natures in one personality; God in man.
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    • have to say: We human beings grew out of nature and our moral ideals
    • only the external laws of nature, the human being begins to
    • forces of nature. Anthroposophy leads us to a fact of life which is
    • on earth is a corpse which is united with external physical nature.
    • are suspended, reversed, and in the realm of nature this means chaos.
    • bodily nature without coming fully to consciousness, rather as is the
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    • himself to be the lord of the etheric and astral natures of human
    • rightfully ruled the bodily nature of man before the Mystery of
    • Golgotha, but since then this sovereignty over the bodily nature of
    • physical bodily nature, or rather whatever is expressed by this
    • physical bodily nature, namely, everything to do with the intellect
    • in every aspect of human nature. This is what entered into mankind
    • such a being everywhere, in external nature and in the inner being of
    • its manifestation both in external nature and in the inner being of
    • external nature. You will find there two contrasts, but what matters
    • will have discovered the ahrimanic tendency in external nature.
    • hand, shows something luciferic at work in their nature. Out of all
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    • declaration about the intrinsic nature of the human being. It can be
    • I described how in the ancient Mysteries the bodily nature of man was
    • treated so that it became able to free its soul nature in both
    • of spirit and soul to unite with the physical, bodily nature of man.
    • in the right way. This is a feeling about the nature of the human
    • called up out of the profoundest foundations of human nature,
    • nature of the body can be overcome so that it becomes transparent for
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    • do with nature. Everything by which you spread into your environment
    • The heathen culture had a strong awareness of the nature of living
    • of the different kingdoms of nature, this culture saw everywhere the
    • permeate nature. The ancient Greeks felt that they stood in life
    • the laws of nature. Destiny descended on human beings within this
    • Greek outlook like a force of nature. This feeling was characteristic
    • Greeks. The heathen world saw spirit in all of nature. There was no
    • specific knowledge of nature in the sense of the natural science we
    • have today, but there was an all-embracing knowledge of nature. Where
    • people saw nature, they spoke of the spirit. This was a science of
    • nature which was, at the same time, a science of the spirit. The
    • looked on man from the outside as a being of nature. They could do
    • Filling all nature with soul in this way, the ancient heathen was
    • of this. The Old Testament knew nature neither in the way we know it
    • from nature. In contrast, the Old Testament element developed
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    • with the whole of nature. The abstract knowledge we strive for today
    • nature, for all the creatures of nature. Such strong sympathy in
    • then the spirit departs from nature, because thoughts are the corpse
    • of our spirit and soul element. Nature is seen as nothing more than a
    • disappeared from what human beings saw in nature.
    • different kingdoms of nature, are external manifestations which pose
    • the heathen stream which was fundamentally a nature wisdom. All
    • heathen stream — a nature wisdom, a nature Sophia — saw
    • the spirit everywhere in nature and could therefore also look at man
    • as a natural creature who was filled with spirit, just as all nature
    • natural laws weave through nature. We may sometimes recoil from what
    • feeling that the Greeks sensed not only the abstract laws of nature,
    • intimate relationship between the spiritual existence of nature and
    • destiny, rules within man, just as the laws of nature rule the
    • Jewish stream of the Old Testament. This stream possesses no nature
    • wisdom. As regards nature, it merely looks at what is physically
    • to nature. For the Old Testament there is no nature, but only
    • human nature. Like a human ruler, Jahve himself is in all the
    • expression in nature, to what can only be thought. But behind the
    • thought in the Old Testament there is still the living nature of
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    • arise out of the old ideas of a nature filled with soul and, on the
    • connection with the world to which the eternal nature of man belongs.
    • the essence of nature. He increasingly sought the spirit in nature,
    • secrets of nature were depicted artistically out of the Greek world
    • view, he believed he would discover the spirituality of nature.
    • ‘Prologue in Heaven’, using ancient ideas about nature,
    • ideas of the spirit in nature, in order to raise the question of
    • of thought which enters human nature at birth and conception as the
    • our intellect teaches us about external nature. You must understand
    • that if you study external nature, and then study your head in the
    • same way as you would external nature, you are then studying
    • something which simply does not belong to external nature as it now
    • not possibly arise out of the forces of nature which exist. So the
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    • see that the special nature of this seeking and striving, as it
    • nature, had its roots in the fourth post-Atlantean period. Over
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    • given over to the dictates of nature.
    • dictates of reason and the dictates of nature, and he calls the
    • — the dictates of nature — raising them up to an extent
    • The dictates of reason take a step down, the dictates of nature take
    • that at the same time his sensual nature also desires what is
    • the infinitely abundant, rich content of human nature. He could not
    • by nature, but also because of his whole attitude, was incapable of
    • dictates of reason and the dictates of nature but as twenty different
    • signifying the rich nature of the being of man. We must take note of
    • with which a strong and healthy human nature confronts the one who
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    • are following the dictates of nature and are unfree. He then came to
    • nature, as Schiller puts it. Living in the artistic realm, the human
    • the dictates of nature.
    • the realm of nature. So long as two abstract concepts, nature and
    • soul. All the processes of nature find expression not only in what
    • pointed out that the impossible nature of this eurythmy performance
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    • deem the earthly, the bodily nature of the human being as soiled,
    • nature and the probably superstitious religious and moral
    • embracing of both our natures.
    • and discussion of the reductionist nature of science has wakened some
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    • external nature, including the external human constitution. Just
    • of words separating people from the real nature of things in the
    • the spiritual into their human nature, they drive straight into the
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    • insight into the nature and evolution of humanity, we must be
    • knowledge and deep penetration into the nature of things is
    • because they do not know that the Greeks looked out into nature with
    • our inner nature becomes luciferic if we give ourselves up to
    • already inherent in their nature. The luciferic tendency shows itself
    • nature, that is to say, by trying to avoid all illusions about our
    • approach their own inner nature with ahrimanic cold-bloodedness and
    • dispassion. Their inner nature is still fiery enough even when cooled
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    • The nature of pagan culture
    • spiritual nature cannot be separated from our physical nature;
    • deeper forces to those levels where the essential nature of things is
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    • inherent in their own nature, evolution would have taken quite a
    • God-created nature of the human being has followed in the wake of
    • And because this is so, through their own inherent nature, people are
    • nature of knowledge from denominational religion and to insist
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    • understand the nature of the human being we must be constantly
    • matter. Nevertheless in one aspect, everything of the nature of human
    • certain forces of nature. It is therefore quite correct to speak of
    • and the forces of nature.
    • power over the forces of nature than they later possessed and
    • mineral nature — such as these vapors arising out of the earth
    • the forces working in these kingdoms of nature, but to a large
    • being and the mineral, plant, and animal kingdoms of nature today is
    • lie, then you must look into the inner, organic nature of the human
    • of human nature were not there — the pole of the up-building
    • at the stars is not of the same nature as what you perceive on the
    • What we do is determined by impulses of a moral nature.
    • pass in the round of external nature. Indeed the dilemma of modern
    • what takes place in the external manifestations of nature can be
    • remains separate and apart from the course of nature. Nearly
    • human life, are part and parcel of the course of nature. According to
    • of nature, indeed pleasantly inexorable for materialistic thinkers.
    • to perceive that what happens externally in the course of nature is
    • Nature does not, in truth, counteract our freedom, for as human
    • beings we ourselves fashion the nature immediately surrounding us. It
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    • sciences are of value only for apprehending external nature,
    • from the real nature of things in the world. And this they do
    • human nature, they drive straight into the Luciferic stream
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    • insight into the nature and evolution of man, we must be
    • penetration into the nature of things is thoroughly
    • know that the Greeks looked out into nature with different
    • higher development of a man's inner nature becomes Luciferic
    • inherent in his nature. The Luciferic tendency shows itself
    • Ahrimanic nature, that is to say, by trying to avoid all
    • his own inner nature with Ahrimanic cold-bloodedness and
    • dispassion. His inner nature is still fiery enough even when
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    • nature cannot be separated from his physical nature; both
    • essential nature of things is disclosed. It is only necessary
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    • the earth with the qualities inherent in his own nature,
    • counteracted by the fact that the God-created nature of man
    • through his own inherent nature man is less allied with the
    • is to exclude everything of the nature of knowledge from
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    • To understand the nature of man we must be constantly mindful
    • aspect, everything of the nature of will in man bears a great
    • of nature. It is therefore quite correct to speak of an inner
    • the forces of nature.
    • far greater power over the forces of nature than they later
    • example of effects of a purely mineral nature — such as
    • in these kingdoms of nature, but to a large proportion of
    • and animal kingdoms of nature to-day is such that his will is
    • inner, organic nature of man himself. Strange as this will
    • nature were not there — the pole of the upbuilding
    • is not of the same nature as what you perceive on the earth
    • by impulses of a moral nature.
    • and what comes to pass in the round of external nature.
    • of nature can be traced only to similar manifestations, as
    • the course of nature. Nearly everything that is discussed
    • nature. According to modern preconceptions there is something
    • inexorable in the play of nature, indeed pleasantly
    • externally in the course of nature is not dependent upon
    • composed of free human beings. Nature does not, in
    • ourselves fashion the nature immediately surrounding us. It
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    • their nature is set forth in Anthroposophy, and of what exists
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    • for healing lies in nature processes which can take over processes in
    • examine the living cosmic aspects of nature, e.g., formic acid,
    • for nature, also in microscopy. Consideration must be taken of the
    • non-relativity of magnifications. A view to the true nature of
    • Precondition for a conscious soul life. The nature of feeling.
    • spiritually appropriate medicine. The nature of illness for the
    • nature of meditation. The incarnation process, development of a
    • Nature of scarlet fever and measles. Significance of child's
    • breakdown forces of Saturn. The cosmic force nature of the metals.
    • Concerning the nature of the members of being and
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    • his entire human nature. For ruling the individual human
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    • why the bridge between the physical nature and the life of
    • in the human organism is a process of nature. Illness is,
    • however, also a process of nature. Where does a healthy
    • nature there are substances and activities of substances
    • nature around man on the earth, we must cultivate a different
    • external nature, quite without being noticed, is going on all
    • not only to understand the nature of the organs with definite
    • contours but also the nature of the fluids, the fluid process
    • certain processes outside in nature which are occasioned by
    • the metamorphosis of two nature processes. The one is spread
    • out, so to say, over nature, when the bee fetches the nectar
    • must study such processes of nature for they are the
    • their observation does not extend to nature processes such as
    • processes in nature and then we shall unfold a real knowledge
    • inner understanding of nature is required and a comprehensive
    • wasp's sting and the laying of an egg. A sense for nature is
    • required in all these things. And this sense for nature is
    • nature. There is a dreadful illusion here. What is the aim of
    • nature to be able, with your own inner activity, to modify
    • inner nature. This is not done in the ordinary way. As a
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    • external nature, you will realize at once that the body
    • you die, external nature destroys your physical body
    • conceptions that are applicable to external nature. In the
    • nature of man. But although they are investigated and known,
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    • the two preceding lectures about the nature of the human
    • laws of nature are then evolved according to which people try
    • In its essential nature, it has nothing to do with the forces
    • of an earthly nature but only from the in-working cosmos. I
    • we want to know how substances outside in nature can work
    • doctrine of signatures. This Doctrine of Signatures was
    • about the ‘Signature’, as it was called in olden
    • delicate processes in nature if you want to understand how a
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    • have a science of nature that has found its way even into
    • nature. Medical science in the real sense demands something
    • processes which exist outside in nature. The lead and mercury
    • processes are processes in external nature which the human
    • important is to unfold a quite different perception of nature
    • intercourse with nature which leads to a real medical
    • knowledge when we can love nature, in all her details. To
    • look at fragments of nature under the microscope is not to
    • love her. We must love nature. We must all be able to expand
    • one who merely regards nature as something that is there
    • of nature again and again if we desire a living and not a
    • medical knowledge from the nature of the human being and from
    • substance) which underlies this aromatic nature, is to be
    • medicine, this element was known as the sulfuric nature of
    • the plants. If we contemplate the sulfuric nature of the
    • should evolve a delicate perception of this leaf nature of
    • the scent can draw life from this leaf nature. And streaming
    • essential nature these drops of dew are a reflection of the
    • drop formation is at the basis of the leaf nature in the
    • such an insight into the nature of the plants that you
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    • nature to the spiritual forces behind her.
    • real experience, the nature of what was once called the
    • as a quality of nature. We experience warmth, for we feel
    • characteristic of ancient study of nature that it took as its
    • inner emotion or shock. I look at the root nature of the
    • plant, I acquire the capacity to relate this root nature to
    • built up and how knowledge of nature becomes a real wisdom.
    • able to penetrate the other substances of nature, you must
    • outer nature as air — this is courage. Courage is air.
    • formation which has weight, and this is the nature of
    • aeriform nature of the human being is circulating, then you
    • will recognize, in the activity of man's aeriform nature,
    • learn from the study of many phenomena in outer nature, what
    • fluid nature has a centrifugal and centripetal movement in
    • observation of what exists outside in nature, you will find
    • one thing, there will be the problem of karma. In the nature
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    • phenomena, and courage behind all that is of the nature of
    • warmth nature in man. We have spoken of the conception we
    • namely, something that is of the nature of feeling.
    • sense that is of the nature of thought, and the other organs
    • definite outlines and contours, an activity of the nature of
    • activity that is of the nature of thought.
    • the solid nature of the bony structure with the fluid nature
    • grasp the nature of the fluid man and understand how this
    • nature of the muscles can only be grasped by imagination. Why
    • of the air, has something of the nature of music about it,
    • initiation we have grasped the nature of this wonderful
    • that is external to us. Warmth is of the nature of the soul.
    • In the same way, the fluid nature in man is not what the
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    • course, necessitates a few words about the nature of the
    • not possess it at all. There are people who are, by nature,
    • from the spiritual, is the soul nature of the human being.
    • physician of a purely personal nature or are they affected by
    • shall do more clearly still tomorrow is of such a nature that
    • the lecture yesterday, I said that out of the very nature of
    • healing effect in some organ that is of the nature of a
    • nature of inspiration; that is the real knowledge; it is not
    • imaginative is of such a nature that you actually feel this
    • nature and of the being of man, knowledge of the cosmos as
    • understand the nature of illness we must say to ourselves:
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    • emphasized, above all, that in the very nature of things, one
    • nature of the illness. By so adjusting your soul that you can
    • nature of the illness is revealed, then, gradually, when you
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    • is certainly of such a nature that what happens in the human
    • menses have become a process of the world of nature. Today it
    • to know the nature of the lead and the silver, realizing that
    • nature that is already emancipated, not with the cosmos. This
    • physical embryo, therefore, we must say: Physical nature in
    • therefore, the cosmic forces were working upon man's nature;
    • is both earthly and of the nature of sun and moon; later on,
    • in accordance with their own nature, and resistance is put up
    • the foodstuffs. Unfinished forms of human nature have there
    • get pedantry out of a man who is pedantic by nature. You may
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    • getting to know the nature of man, his conditions of disease
    • nature of man is necessary in many different fields of human
    • point is a knowledge of the nature of the human being. In
    • other domains, too, there must be knowledge of the nature of
    • man if we have an eye to realities. Knowledge of the nature
    • knowledge of the real nature of man is not sought for in many
    • result will be of such a nature that it is not in line with
    • the healthy evolution of human nature. Knowledge of healing
    • him some idea about the nature of the foodstuffs: so it is
    • real nature of the human being.
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    • abstractly in the so-called Doctrine of Signatures. You will
    • they passed thoughtlessly by the essentials of human nature.
    • being and his nature. They regarded the body as an instrument
    • urge between death and rebirth to fathom the nature of the
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    • inner nature of the human being himself could not help
    • rebelling. The inner nature of man was not in harmony with
    • Moon, because in our general experience of nature we can no
    • laws of man's nature, and two questions will occur to
    • bodily nature. The individuality, instead of passing over
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    • times quite a different idea prevailed of man's nature.
    • a gift from above is spiritual, of the nature of spirit and
    • cosmic astrality which transcends the plant nature proper. By
    • sound. This gives us an impression of the astral nature of
    • look very intimately into the whole nature and being of man
    • formerly men looked at nature in order to see how the human
    • being is built up out of the forces and processes of nature.
    • nature processes as specializations, one-sided processes of
    • how youth began to deify nature when the Youth Movement of
    • know nature before we came down into the physical world. But
    • then, nature had a different appearance. When a young human
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    • By nature is every human being.
    • welcome questions of a special therapeutic nature which refer
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    • take the connections in nature in a comprehensive way —
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    • a better understanding of the human being and nature.
    • insists that in the very nature of things water cannot become
    • conception of its nature, and constitution. Passing from the
    • reflects the inner bodily nature—without the
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    • study of human nature is able to build a bridge between the
    • bodily nature. As an Ego we would feel no connection with our
    • our human nature are filled with all the impressions we have
    • we evolve about the external world, about Nature in her
    • problem except spiritual-scientific insight into Nature on
    • physical nature of the human being are identical. This, of
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    • It is not the case in human nature, nor is it ever so, that
    • everything that is of the nature of will, the element of
    • thought is contained; and in everything that is of the nature
    • outside, but its very life is of the nature of will. By
    • nature of will radiate into our thoughts. And because, as
    • consider the other pole of man's nature, where the thoughts
    • will-nature, with thoughts; deeds are performed in love. Such
    • when we bring thoughts into the will-nature, when we overcome
    • into pure thinking, which is, however, really of the nature
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    • nature, as we know, attends to many things. You see it with the
    • how remarkable these connections are. I have said that nature
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    • Earth Mysteries and Healing Forces in Human Nature
    • plant nature, when the whole earth was a kind of plant.
    • FORCES IN HUMAN NATURE
    • that when one understands nature, one also really understands what are
    • healing forces in human nature. But one must have a real feeling for the
    • nature, and later an animal nature. We should be able to follow from
    • we must know nature in this way and then it can give us remedies. For
    • nature. People invent catchwords to-day as they no longer have real
    • certain sense, through a real knowledge of what exists in nature, we
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    • nature needs substance. And if spirit is prevented from making use of
    • nature. If you were to make a tiny perforation in the brain and let
    • from the outset be of such a nature that a great deal of work
    • science must go hand in hand with a true knowledge of nature. That is
    • nature, not only when men pray or converse on the subject of Holy
    • Writ. The Spiritual is an active power in nature. If man prevents the
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    • the colours of the rainbow. Nature creates these colours in the
    • to adjust ourselves properly to nature because we always secrete rather
    • right divisibility of iron. We only really get to know the nature of
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    • Things balance themselves out in nature: every being has something
    • this way you can understand the form of plants from the nature of the
    • understand the whole of Nature. It is useless merely to understand
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    • — but in nature too. At one time the effect of the arsenic is
    • solution of arsenic. Real insight into the nature of man — that
    • you see, man imitates what nature is doing
    • for the plant-nature always predominates; but the astral forces take
    • that in nature there are not only useful but also injurious
    • nature in order that the whole economy of nature may go forward in
    • indispensable. Formic acid is being sent out into nature all the time
    • being produces his formic acid himself, but nature needs the ants who
    • How does nature work upon the “I”? How does nature work upon
    • the astral body? How does nature work upon the ether body? It is
    • precisely by understanding super-sensible nature that we
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    • through, stages differing in their nature from the preparatory ones,
    • in it as spiritual nature. For this reason it is necessary, in the case
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    • is the nature of these obstacles? The aspect of evolution essential for
    • there appears in a leader of mankind something which in its nature towers
    • the spiritual nature of men.
    • the true nature of the event, namely, that this Buddha birth meant a
    • nature, and the impression of these on him will be different from that
    • of such a nature as to re-engender the forces he had acquired in his
    • second nature. So what this "increase in age" means is an
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    • added to the plant we see today as a being of outer nature, if this
    • in a being like man, whose nature embraces not only a physical body
    • being. Were nothing of a spiritual nature to intervene at this time,
    • of man's nature, but by no means do they prove to be the most perfect.
    • nature. The physical body itself furnishes the evidence that it was
    • the degenerated nature of the so-called Bull men, and so forth. —
    • That describes the densified nature of man after a three-stage development.
    • nature of a mystery underlies all this. These images down on the Moon
    • within themselves the natures of Eagle, Lion, and Bull in a harmonious
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    • more spiritual nature detached themselves as an older form of the sun
    • nature of an outcast, something of the human kingdom that remained behind,
    • of a mineral nature existed: only in the course of time has it come
    • to carry on their activity in man's inner nature. Consider the great
    • we will descend, for at present we would find the inner nature of man
    • descend into man's inner nature as it has thus far developed. And again
    • knew that the inner nature of man was not sufficiently prepared to receive
    • his inner nature through many incarnations. Then the Sun Being gazed
    • down and beheld the inner nature of this man who lived in Jesus of Nazareth
    • and who had perfected his inner nature. The loftiest of the sun beings
    • bodies, so I now descend to occupy the inner nature of this man who
    • in cosmic spheres could now descend and unite with his inner nature.
    • inner nature, and the time had come when Jesus of Nazareth had attained
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    • And the nature of these
    • the nature of Lucifer's activity? In the main, Lucifer directed his
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    • today, particularly with regard to the nature of human consciousness.
    • the nature of leadership as well was quite different, for at that time
    • clairvoyant nature of their consciousness all men of that time could
    • of instruction was very different. Let us try to imagine the nature
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    • brought us to a comprehension of the real nature of the baptism by John,
    • by one who has learned the nature of such understanding from its very
    • of a spiritual nature lies as though buried under a covering of matter
    • who does not work upon his spiritual nature, upon that which is not
    • over their material nature will gain ever greater strength. Burdened
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    • critical, theological nature, and represented as a mere lyrical hymn,
    • nature: the Christ, Whom Zarathustra addressed as Ahura Mazdao. That
    • with the purest, most highly developed ego. This was in the nature of a
    • body offered — of whatever nature? When you wear a grey coat you
    • counterpart of those animal natures the essence of whose development
    • The spiritual counterpart is naturally of a lofty spiritual nature,
    • appear as the Lion spirits, whose counterpart lives in animal natures
    • in the animal kingdom as eagle natures, the Eagle spirits. And finally
    • there are those that harmoniously unite, as it were, the other natures
    • to the etheric principle. And there is still another branch of the nature
    • be said concerning the spiritual character of the bird nature.
    • nature we have beings that did not assume the lowest functions: instead
    • in a manner incompatible with a nature that had descended to the earth,
    • it gives the facts. The archetypes of these bird natures are those spiritual
    • of the old initiation. According to the nature of their specific initiation
    • beings appear to us as the counterparts of the Bull nature in man. But
    • the Bull nature, or to a vision of the Lion spirits, as the case might
    • or to understand the Christ nature at all. He knew initiation in the
    • us as a lofty spiritual being that fructifies the lower nature of man.
    • reaches out beyond that period, showing the nature of Christ's activity
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    • which in its nature could accomplish so very much for those who were
    • to that: For the human being, things are of the nature in which they
    • Christ need? He needed water fresh from the sources of nature; and that
    • is united with nature. As has been said, the John Gospel contains not
    • strength residing in certain forces of nature that remained intact in
    • reached right down into his psycho-moral nature. Here again we see an
    • intensification. — As I have said, the essential nature of the
    • Christ. But the nature of this seeing at a distance is such that the
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    • the Marriage of Cana in the nature of a sign.
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    • more closely, we must enquire more fully into the exact nature of this
    • in love would have perished in man's nature. Without the Christ the
    • the inner man: the forces holding sway in human nature must battle each
    • inner nature. We have learned that where the etheric and astral bodies
    • simply through heredity; that is, he knew the nature of man to the extent
    • of the Christ impulse; and the nature of the opposition to the Christ,
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    • We know that the nature
    • What was the nature of
    • of a spiritual nature that streamed in and out of him. And for the same
    • an old heritage in certain people and in mediumistic natures. Something
    • in the nature of clairvoyance. Now, if information was sought concerning
    • answer to this question can be found by examining nature carefully the
    • relation. In regard to two of the principles of man's nature it can
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    • principle. Owing to the nature of man's development the divine Father
    • nature of death. Christ espoused death, entered this death that had
    • true nature of the Father be made manifest: life eternal, veiled behind
    • this auxiliary book the exact nature of what it contained for them.
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    • divine-spiritual Nature and began to exist alongside of it. But in this
    • that death should form part of all nature being, because this is interpenetrated
    • for only if they are received with a full sense of their sacred nature
    • from which it grows, and say, Among the present beings of nature thou
    • nature which had been vouchsafed mankind in earlier centuries, and which
    • cycle of such a nature, it is essential to realize that we have not
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    • intuition. The nature of imagination; essence of reflective thinking;
    • identical with the one that, having created nature in the world, has
    • Nature of Greek culture, its
    • life and nature of Christianity cannot be grasped any longer even by
    • could give rise to a new kingdom of nature between mineral and plant
    • his “Hymn to Nature”; Nietzsche's picture of the valley
    • hierarchies, spirit doctrine of nature and man, eschatology; no
    • with this. Early Christian knowledge concerning the nature
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    • confluence of these physical forces; his soul nature is
    • physical nature of the human being, and it is this, the
    • extensive examination of man's physical nature, that must
    • soul-spiritual nature. It is not surprising that people who
    • as firmly as the force of nature firmly builds up the bone
    • penetrate more deeply into the development of nature as well
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    • The nature of imagination; essence of reflective thinking; objective
    • admit to errors in the events of nature — something
    • threefold nature of the human organism.
    • metabolism in nature. The instant this outer metabolism is
    • ready-made, as it were, by virtue of its own nature, then
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    • in the word is identical with the one that, having created nature in the
    • worlds prior to uniting with the corporeal nature that arises
    • the soul activity within outer nature; and inasmuch as they
    • the physical-corporeal nature. In former times, this was an
    • objective happening in nature outside. Here, I come to an
    • nature of this Gnosis. In regard to its sources, our
    • idea of how far one can penetrate into the nature of such a
    • once possessed in the undifferentiated nature of word,
    • creating nature in this becoming silent.
    • division of nature, but it is something that basically had
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    • fact that human beings by nature belong not only to the earth
    • that is of a more astral nature has a sort of
    • bear not only the affairs of nature but also the forces of
    • between what we might call a teaching of nature, namely
    • According to this commonly held view the nature of the human
    • Freemasons; they have similar thoughts about the nature of
    • this bull-like nature with something still higher. They must
    • out that the nature of the Mystery of Golgotha should not be
    • the Councils, whether the divine and the human nature in
    • Christ Jesus was two natures or one, and other such things.
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    • Transition in the fourth century A.D. Nature of Greek culture, its
    • nature, human beings were to raise themselves above all that
    • scientists speak of the laws of nature. Although this is an
    • it and that their soul nature was becoming ensnared in the
    • nature.
    • nature and the cosmos, should be firmly anchored in the inner
    • forces of human earthly nature, the West was capable only of
    • was regarded as the extract of the nature and being of man.
    • knowledge about the physical nature of the human being,
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    • Golgotha. Insofar as its specific nature was concerned,
    • phenomena of the cosmos and nature. This not withstanding, in
    • a link between the super-sensible aspect of their own nature
    • his physical nature; he sensed his ego by means of his
    • northern people who due to their nature and in concentrating
    • development but merely the experience of soul nature in
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    • life and nature of Christianity cannot be grasped any longer even by
    • human nature, with his thinking, feeling, and willing,
    • by means of which Nietzsche plunged as if intoxicated into nature
    • intoxicated plunge into nature. He endeavored to experience
    • this intoxicated plunge into nature in his life by traveling
    • in the modern age. This drunken plunge into nature underlies
    • deepest aspects of human nature but that basically always
    • able to study quite a bit concerning the Christian nature of
    • Out of their innermost human nature, poets and artists of the
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    • same age. And in the same way the nature of numbers was
    • cosmos, that he counts through his very nature. He is
    • for language to gain some insight into the nature of numbers
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    • did penetrate deeply into the nature of the world's
    • Christian church stream, we see that the nature of the
    • birth, the nature of Christ Jesus, the death, the
    • soul-spiritual standpoint? We have to focus on human nature,
    • they knew the nature of the Spirit of the Heights. This Soma
    • its own nature, without its relationship to the cosmos. You
    • behold what dwells in the nature of numbers, namely, the
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    • world's essential nature. As an example we need only indicate
    • worlds. When this inner soul-spiritual nature of the ego is
    • just this, namely, that people cannot understand the nature
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    • shadow nature of the intellect. People in the civilized world
    • matured, but insofar as its own nature is concerned, it no
    • content, substance, for the shadow nature of rational
    • nature of the elements colliding with each other at that
    • the nature of the events through which somebody like
    • in the world. It was, however, the peculiar nature of Central
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    • streams, and the element that originated from human nature.
    • deprived the intellect of its spiritual nature. He made use
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    • Goethe definitely possessed something of a Greek nature. He
    • shadowy nature of our inner intellectual activity, of the
    • nature of the intellect. The sun's rays were to the Greeks
    • affinity for nature. The basis of such an experience has
    • influence in the lower, metabolic nature of man. In drawing
    • being by virtue of their own nature. Here, they are active as
    • nature.
    • nature. We can do that only when we develop to the point of
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    • rise to a new kingdom of nature between mineral and plant in the form of
    • his "Hymn to Nature;" Nietzsche's picture of the valley of death.
    • I have just given on the nature of color and the lecture last
    • approach the true nature of man only if we consider the human
    • about the nature of the human being, we must at length learn
    • to the human being and the surrounding kingdoms of nature
    • human being, as we know, has brought his nature with him from
    • Saturn, Sun, and Moon nature. Now, while he evolved as a
    • a mineral nature appeared only during earth evolution. Hence,
    • multicolored nature developed within the earth, the human
    • organization and nature of body and soul.
    • millennium, a time will come when their bodily nature will be
    • nature of plant and animal, least of all that of the human
    • nature of color can be taken hold of, how the artistic
    • comprehension of the world. For nature around us creates
    • artistically. Unless it is understood that nature around us
    • nature. No, they comprehend nothing but what has been
    • power of vision that recognizes, even in nature herself,
    • nature as the artist. He was not yet capable of seeing the
    • 1780, he wrote “Nature” his hymn in prose:
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    • hierarchies, spirit doctrine of nature and man, eschatology; no
    • of a certain problematic nature within Western civilization,
    • were of a subtle nature.
    • the human being and his nature only if he is considered as an
    • contrast to other texts of a similar nature from the first
    • to die so that the intellect in its shadowy nature could be
    • on the divisions of nature that has come down to posterity in
    • a mineral nature
    • Erigena about the divisions of nature. The world is
    • the angel nature.
    • nature. Once, people employed the intellect in order to
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    • Early Christian knowledge concerning the nature of Father forces and
    • soul-spiritual nature. The rule of this deity was seen in the
    • through nature, through what the human being saw in the
    • God. He saw a world of ideals behind nature; he saw certain
    • forces in nature. He also saw the rule of the Father God in
    • nature spirits. This was a particularly vivid conception in
    • nature spirits who rule in any number of things in the outer
    • nature spirits, they actually believed in a kingdom of the
    • Father God that included the domain of nature. They believed
    • beings, these various nature deities, do work together in
    • nature, but first of all they crept into the things of the
    • originate from these nature spirits nor from the Father God
    • not originate from the Father God nor from the nature
    • that could not be attained from the whole of nature in the
    • nature; now they have been let loose, flit about invisibly,
    • nature's phenomena. This search for the Logos in the spirit
    • spirit based on nature; it is a matter of realizing that we
    • his book about the divisions of nature is so great and
    • is nature, the earth is declining. I have often called
    • to, though not based on facts of nature but on the moral
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    • we will consider from this standpoint how the study of nature
    • nature, particularly human nature in connection with health
    • with nature quite differently from the way we think of it
    • death, for they looked beyond this soul nature to a quite
    • Hippocrates held that the soul-spiritual nature of man
    • of studying the soul-spirit nature and the effect of its
    • human nature. As the first stage of instruction, they must
    • Greeks viewed as the soul-spiritual nature. In a manner of
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    • The loss of nature-bestowed, living
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    • deeply hidden in the bodily nature there are also corporeal
    • sleeping soul tries by its very nature to establish
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    • to the abstract forces of Nature — which are the only
    • material life, we call the kingdoms of Nature. We speak of
    • the three kingdoms of Nature — mineral, plant and
    • body he is connected with the physical forces of Nature.
    • the three visible kingdoms of nature and their forces. When
    • nature. These beings of the elemental kingdoms indwell as it
    • nature.
    • the physical world man takes from the kingdoms of nature the
    • the kingdoms of nature around him but also gazes out into the
    • which Nature creates and of which I am on the track. ...’
    • own through the outwardly visible nature-forces in the three
    • relationship to the three kingdoms of nature. Sleeping man,
    • to say upon his animal nature, and then he sometimes becomes
    • heart and mind that in the nature outside in which we live as
    • substances of nature. Men worked in their laboratories
    • come to the help of a nature-process in man, so that a
    • human nature today is in many respects much too weak-spirited
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    • and awakening, only the nature of this world is quite
    • it were submerged itself in man's inner nature, so that in
    • body. He interweaves musical and bodily nature. That is why
    • enter human consciousness, for otherwise man's soul-nature
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    • only, because they are by nature super-sensible, he is not
    • persists in nature-knowledge and can be observed in the
    • they could already have been Archai. That is the nature of
    • nature of man is very strongly affected by the incursion of
    • himself to the nature-forces. With the activities of his soul
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    • to the contemplation of external Nature and just as we
    • child must first develop his physical nature, must first lay
    • nature of man.
    • existence on Earth, and of the manifestations of nature on
    • nature-order, that this natureorder also plays into man's own
    • see on the one hand the system of cosmic laws of nature to
    • is urged, in his capacity as a being arising out of nature,
    • everything of the nature of soul and Spirit will have become
    • way as processes of Nature are there; they must therefore
    • Nature.
    • nature but out of the blood, out of what comes from the
    • circumstances but in this way he gets to know its nature
    • real nature of a camel? The individual who has made
    • nature of a camel he can still gather the important points
    • nature revolts against this attitude — thank God, we
    • things, but the child's nature revolts against it; youth
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    • The loss of nature-bestowed, living
    • real nature of human thinking. In the present age, since the
    • have no aptitude for understanding the living nature of the
    • hope somehow to grasp the nature of life too, merely by
    • question arises: If we want to understand Nature, if we want
    • understands the real nature of the senses the remarkable fact
    • fully with man's nature when his thinking was full of life?
    • in touch with the living nature of the sense-world. When he
    • could also grasp the essential nature of the world of the
    • perceive for yourselves that Nature everywhere tends to
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    • persisting in us as a residue of the living nature of the
    • nature in general. At that time, if anyone had come to them
    • nature — to such an Indian it would have seemed highly
    • come to understand human nature as it was in the second
    • impulses of this nature lie at the very roots of the
    • Earth-element only. However, the nature of man himself is
    • nature there is science; but philosophy must extend to the
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    • Aristotle's views on the nature of the soul
    • nature and make it one with the divine nature.
    • tialities. Deterioration in the kingdoms of nature due
    • of nature. The teachings given only to those worthy of
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    • The True Nature of the Second Coming
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    • nature. This distinction between soul and spirit has
    • real nature of the Mystery of Golgotha unless we have a clear
    • and today almost everything of this nature is regarded as
    • spiritual nature could emerge from the Roman State. From the
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    • doubt that this idea of man's threefold nature has been
    • understand the essential nature of the Mystery of Golgotha if
    • has been called to the anti-Christian nature of many aspects
    • nature of man and his relation to the cosmos as revealed
    • representations, they become routine responses, second nature
    • contribution to an understanding of their true nature. It is
    • into the nature of the universe and man discloses amongst
    • necessity for the animal lies in the nature of its
    • any transformation. From the outset the nature of the animal
    • failed to understand the nature of the soul and its relation
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    • misunderstand the real nature of the Mystery of Golgotha
    • lead to an understanding of the true nature of the Mystery of
    • medical knowledge of an occult nature which is disclosed to
    • the nature of individual substances millions of years hence:
    • turn to the soul. I tried to indicate the nature of the soul
    • call the Christ who is not to be found in nature, although He
    • is related to nature. He must be found in history as an
    • cosmos and nature leads to a knowledge of the Universal Being
    • knowledge of the fundamental nature of the spirit in repeated
    • insensitive to the phenomena of external nature. For if the
    • approaches nature in the light of the education he has
    • received. Nature proceeds in obedience to natural laws. We
    • natural laws. In addition to the laws of nature there is the
    • this moral world order has, like nature, its own objective
    • conditions of this nature! Once the human species has died
    • laws of nature. And just as at a certain stage of its
    • study of the unique nature of the Christ Being I have
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    • nature of spiritual development is such that the
    • study of external nature and natural phenomena. It would
    • rejected this view since it did not accord with the nature of
    • virtue of its nature, can reproduce its kind. He looked upon
    • mistake, an aberration of nature. If nature followed the
    • way certain naturalists, seeing Mother Nature partly in the
    • notion of sexuality in our study of nature. Goethe expressly
    • soul. Those who study nature as it is from the standpoint of
    • pollen does not accord with the original intention of nature.
    • that a view of nature such as that of Goethe still discovered
    • turn to the other realms of nature: to the kingdom of the
    • direction which the study of nature must take in the future.
    • Virtually the whole of nature around us, even when
    • whole of nature in his fall. He involved in his fall the
    • face of nature, that he has no apparent influence upon the
    • not always been the case. Before the present order of nature
    • must recognize, as external nature unmistakably shows, that
    • disclosed in the existing order of nature today. We must have
    • the courage to measure external nature also by the yardstick
    • of external nature.
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    • nature, an approach which led him directly to a view of the
    • world in which nature and morality are one — then the
    • therefore, that Haller's view of nature
    • of nature. Fortunate are those to whom she reveals her
    • heartily sick of it. Nature has neither kernel nor shell, she
    • nature; fortunate are those to whom she reveals her external
    • to the inmost core of nature. Only a heightened, purified
    • that which has become second nature to us in our
    • and am heartily sick of it. Nature has neither kernel nor
    • spirit can penetrate into the heart of nature’, we
    • possible for man to reveal his true nature in the sphere in
    • initiated into the secrets of nature and had been permitted
    • nature of the mineral and plant kingdoms in order to know man
    • not only incarnated here on Earth as a being of nature
    • related to other beings of nature, but that it is related to
    • not only present in the trappings of external nature, that it
    • was merely an external shell. Influences of this nature
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    • nature of the events of today and especially of the immediate
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    • presume to interpret these writings when, by the very nature
    • real nature of man himself. Our conceptions of the “Son
    • themselves) are expressing his soul nature.
    • nature as they exist today were to persist for millions of
    • spirit can penetrate into the inner recesses of nature
    • nature.
    • understanding of the nature of Christ. In our next lecture I
    • and nature of Christ today.
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    • insight into the secrets of nature than the modern practice
    • present in the hidden depths of nature. And for this reason
    • nature. The priest performed certain rites in the presence of
    • at an understanding of the processes of nature. Through the
    • forms and movements of nature which they experienced in their
    • of the creative activity of nature and the spirit. Now if we
    • true nature of the Being whom man encounters in Paradise?
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    • of nature. He who spends his life in day-dreaming, who has no
    • feeling for the indwelling spirit of man and nature was
    • that the group-soul nature has gradually declined in
    • the kingdom of nature where the cells fit into each other in
    • nature of man, if we learn to know once again the being of
    • which by its very nature it is constrained to will; it cannot
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    • with the nature of the Mysteries. I should like to select an
    • Ludwig was no visionary or idle dreamer. By nature he was
    • nature is dependent upon soul and spirit. He throws fresh
    • latent in his corporeal nature. After the Mystery of Golgotha
    • not exist to the same extent, nor is it of the same nature in
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    • nature of hallucination, fantasy, and imagination.
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    • nature.
    • certain understanding of nature and the human being has been
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    • way grasped the inherent nature of hallucination.
    • bodily nature. What appears as hallucination hovers and
    • nature is due only to the fact that the original element out
    • way, we look into the bodily nature and see the connection of
    • this bodily nature with the whole cosmos.
    • the various forms of outer nature — let us remain at
    • forms in nature, however, and we find that a certain
    • bodily nature, spiritualizing it. What persists of this force
    • In yourselves, in your bodily nature, you have a mirroring
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    • through the paternal nature. This is an extremely significant
    • (The Inner Nature of Man,
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    • human life and nature will be able to stand clearly before
    • penetrate into the real nature of the outer world? This outer
    • nature of reality is concealed. There is, as it were, a veil
    • there, and only behind this veil is the nature of reality to
    • is able really to penetrate the nature of the lungs, liver,
    • permits oneself to consider once the whole human nature,
    • rooted in the nature of occult development itself. You thus
    • sketch for you how human nature relates to the possession of
    • receive clear insight into the progressively Ahrimanic nature
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    • nature of Friedrich Lienhard who in a certain sense has been
    • European German nature so as to bring to effectiveness the
    • description of nature, lyric nature, but put in a very
    • speech with nature. Also there is something of the nature of
    • natural way and shows its spirit in nature existence. Now,
    • beings in relationship to nature continues itself with such a
    • nature.
    • way in which they carry the elementary nature right into the
    • and that which is related to the German nature, has with it
    • nature experiences; and with such things one can detect
    • lyrically united with the nature which is around the Alsacian
    • nature which weaves itself in the form of his poems much of
    • in a certain way is a kind of nature pantheism and a kind of
    • person, but with someone of a more hysterical nature.
    • nature evolution of the present, that present which will not
    • world. Both of them come out of the lower instinctive nature
    • nature arose, all the brooding in the inner human being, that
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    • spiritual nature of man. You know that we speak in the first
    • something of a super-sensible nature. Furthermore, we speak of
    • the next member of human nature as the so-called astral body.
    • spiritual nature of that which we designate as the etheric
    • into man's physical body in so far as his physical nature is
    • of nature in order to make man healthy, that before the
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    • dreaminess, it almost has something of a dreamy nature in it,
    • that which in Middle Europe leads to a logical nature and
    • roots in the Russian nature which came out of her ether body,
    • separation between the French nature and the British nature.
    • dose of Central European nature in her. She had an
    • independent nature and very soon became aware of what lived
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    • something of a definite nature exists in such ceremonial
    • nature, elemental beings in plants, animals and minerals.
    • lead these people to gestures of that nature and also more
    • So you see that one can experience much of a curious nature
    • experience something of a special nature. Things which are
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    • so-called elementary world at the basis of this nature, world
    • spread out around us which lies at the basis of the nature
    • and the elementary beings who weave and live in the nature
    • development of his physical nature, was excluded from a
    • felt something in architecture of a divine nature in these
    • the 17th century, there were sensitive natures who knew: The
    • know that modern science says that nature makes no jumps, but
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    • important and is of a non-earthly nature. And that person
    • our astral nature would not be the same if, shall we say, we
    • thought habits of a materialistic nature? A person can
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    • nature at that time today has hardened itself. However, man
    • the rest of the kingdoms of nature. Indeed, as you look down
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    • apparent contradiction of the whole nature of Thomas
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    • nature is quite strange to present day man. Why is that? Man
    • which as nature surrounded him. Even if he did not speak of
    • forces, forces of a spiritual etheric nature. The essential
    • of a spiritual etheric nature is eliminated. Only when one
    • only given to us by the external sense nature.
    • upon our soul nature. Everything also is not permissible
    • one member of the human nature, upon that member which in our
    • human beings that this is something of a scientific nature
    • development of our present corporeal nature. Nevertheless at
    • lead all this back to human nature. You have no means to know
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    • which is more of a conceptual nature, but on the other hand
    • nature is there, everything has its definite deep
    • physical nature is concerned, man has torn himself loose from
    • one aspect of his nature; he has another aspect through which
    • just think about the true nature of laughing and weeping. You
    • because he was dealing with something of a holy nature. There
    • was something of a holy nature in the letters; this applied
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    • Significance of karma concept in education. Harmful nature of
    • nature of theosophical ideals and the need for genuine
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    • nature of the human organism which is fundamental to
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    • enquire into the essential nature of our will and intent. In
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    • tremendous advances made as the laws of nature have been
    • provided by nature, even if they do have the same
    • these different aspects of human nature belong to entirely
    • of the secrets of human nature. We say, then, that when we
    • an effort. They want to take human nature as it presents
    • beyond time, and that human nature cannot be explained if we
    • deepen insight into nature in its spiritual aspect to a point
    • where deeper knowledge of the laws of nature also discovers
    • scheme which lies behind the world of nature if one is to
    • find the spirit in nature. Then one will also find the
    • only give you the surface of nature and the surface of social
    • life. Johann Valentin Andreae looked deep down to find nature
    • reality — there you have a peep-hole on nature on the
    • at some of the laws of nature at a surface level and will
    • left to nature. In the past, human beings naturally remained
    • an inner quest to look for the elements nature is unable to
    • of tradition but only what comes by nature, without undue
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    • the particular nature of their life of instincts and drives,
    • physical nature makes sure this corruption does not go too
    • imposed by physical nature; they cannot get very far with
    • their instincts and have to obey the laws of nature. When we
    • physical nature, nor by social and traditional prejudices. We
    • evening that the sun had just come up, nature would soon
    • nature come to the fore. The potential dangers must be
    • true nature of the interest that formerly made them travel
    • Then the world will realize the infamous nature of the things
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    • nature which are hidden from the sight of weak humanity
    • essential nature of these elemental spirits of birth and
    • their physical nature and their souls could make their bodies
    • depending on their inner nature. Please call this to mind again.
    • with inner nature, certain elemental spirits were serving the
    • have any illusions concerning the radical nature of this.
    • industry and commerce. But by its very nature such a
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    • The nature of the human constitution was totally different in
    • insight into the world of the spirit. The changing nature of
    • become substantial. And human nature has become more inward.
    • inner nature; they do not gain the power to know themselves;
    • even properly understand human nature. Think of the seemingly
    • right. Knowledge of human nature at the time of St Augustine
    • want to be inspired by anything of a spiritual nature. This
    • expression in our physical nature, this will inevitably take
    • nature, for philistines always like to stick to the norm.
    • regard to the individual nature of others. Individuals differ
    • about the true nature of things, they are sliding more and
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    • today, we must consider something of the nature of the human
    • thoughts unless we first consider the true nature of the
    • you, but do not be frightened by the grotesque nature of this
    • all, if it really was not in your nature to get up and you
    • would only get up on reflection, against your nature, out of
    • be purely elemental by nature. In the head, everything would
    • cosmic hierarchies. If you visualize the essential nature of
    • idea of the true nature of the human being. Apart from the
    • nature. This image of the gods has been debased in human
    • become their lower nature. Please, do not forget that this is
    • an important secret of human nature. Our lower nature, which
    • our higher nature. This is the contradictory element in human
    • nature. Rightly understood, it will solve countless riddles
    • constantly emerging from the cosmos into his lower nature.
    • the lower nature and used in the past, symbols that today are
    • nature of man.
    • fact, is the luciferic element in our higher nature. Thus
    • past. Even the nature of clairvoyance is such that the
    • nature of human beings here on earth and also to that of the
    • essential nature still extended into it. People were aware of
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    • quality of his true nature, quite independent of our own
    • the innermost nature of the materialistic human beings of the
    • knew full well the nature of this ahrimanic spirit. To some
    • today and closely bound up with human nature. As I have
    • the world must come to see the true nature of the spirit in
    • nature had this quality: Innocents who were utterly convinced
    • nature should come up, its origins are not in the divine
    • element which can be perceived in human nature.
    • know human nature and the different ways in which it comes to
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    • without reality. We have to come to the true nature of things
    • what we intend to create on this hill. The nature of the
    • we are going to show the true nature of the completely
    • be presented in accord with their true nature. The State
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    • enquire into the nature of the ahrimanic powers which entered
    • laws of nature. Anyone who does not accept them is called an
    • the anthroposophical movement on the destiny and true nature
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    • great perspectives of a social nature, which went far beyond
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    • these considerations that human soul nature will essentially
    • said that human soul nature will become more inward we must
    • down into the hidden depths of human nature. And then the
    • people we see do not show their true nature in what we see on
    • They are etheric and spiritual by nature and have a real,
    • future. To teach children abstract notions of nature and the
    • laws of nature which people need to know will become an
    • laws of nature and able to establish harmony between what was
    • given to them in a living, vital form and the laws of nature.
    • abstract laws of nature. These are a few thoughts I wanted to
    • Germanic human nature presents itself in a very profound way
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    • relationship as the signature for the way affairs were
    • nature taken back into the spiritual world. Humanity must
    • only part of my essential nature is united with the earth,
    • and rebirth with the whole of my essential nature.’ A
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    • nature of it all is such that if one does not want to be
    • complex nature of these things, which can only be discovered
    • people must be introduced to the life of nature when still
    • whose approach to nature is entirely superficial. These would
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    • i naturen og organiserte dem videre i seg. Det ville være en
    • naturen som uten menneskets innvirken velvillig bragte dets organer i
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    • å lære naturen å kjenne hos en ennu finere eter enn
    • naturer. Vi vil i neste foredrag forsøke å klargjøre
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    • man begynner å studere disse skjulte sider ved menneskenaturen,
    • menneskenaturens fordringer.
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    • vil nu opptre en viss finere egoisme i menneskenaturen.
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    • menneskenaturen så å si naturmessig en forandring, vi vet
    • til fra de andre ledd i menneskenaturen, gjør sin mest ur-egne
    • ledd i menneskenaturen, da må vårt astrallegemes interesse
    • øvrige ledd i menneskenaturen gjennom den esoteriske utvikling,
    • menneskenaturen, så har lett de impulser, de krefter innflytelse
    • astrallegemene fra de øvrige ledd i menneskenaturen. Det
    • på hyllen en stund og befattet seg med studiet av naturen. Nu er
    • også studiet av naturen nettopp i den tidsalder, hvor overgangen
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    • skjult for menneskenaturen, men som også må forbli
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    • nature in the spiritual world. Memory is a metamorphosis of the
    • necessary for understanding the very different nature of the world
    • insight into the nature of our physical existence.
    • nature, we always have to do with a Luciferic activity. You
    • method of assisting memory is wholly of an Ahrimanic nature. Again, I do
    • play, instinctively rather than consciously realising the nature of
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    • build up a knowledge of the nature of the Ahrimanic and Luciferic
    • organs — is of a Luciferic nature.
    • spiritual world can be perceived in its true nature. Unless we
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    • The True Nature of the Second Coming,
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    • God behind the phenomena of Nature begins in the
    • manifestations of Nature. In the Solomon-epoch, evolution
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    • spiritual-scientific ideas. The nature of these ideas is such that
    • visualise as clearly as possible the nature of our souls after the
    • of the nature of our souls in that epoch it must be realised at once that
    • nature to-day, but instead of it they possessed faculties of quite
    • divine-spiritual nature — divine-spiritual in quite another
    • from the spiritual world, when his whole nature was directed to the outer
    • for man's nature has changed so greatly that these kingdoms must be
    • in a state of dull insensibility but understood the nature of the
    • — that is its true nature. But the materialistic mind will in a certain
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    • Nature, in the Elements.
    • manifestations of Nature. This possibility begins with Abraham. In
    • of Nature and is sought for behind them. All this is then intensified
    • endeavoured to grasp the nature and essence of the Christ Event.
    • towards the outer world of physical Nature in order to find the
    • polarity. It was from the Elements, from outer Nature, that the God
    • nature in them was killed.
    • to fathom the nature of the World-Ego, the Undivided Godhead.
    • — has the task of impressing human nature as a whole in
    • such a way that human nature and the human being always take a
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    • The Ruling of Spirit in Nature
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    • The Inner Nature of Man and Life Between Death and Rebirth.
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    • world. The laws of nature — those laws which prevail out there
    • simple reflection, therefore, we see that the sum of nature's laws, in
    • fighters against the laws of nature. And if we really want to rise to
    • space and are therefore not to be understood as laws of nature
    • developed. These forces look beyond the laws of nature, beyond the
    • his soul and bodily nature — I say deliberately soul and bodily
    • nature — a triad: a thinking being, a feeling being and a being
    • nature he owes the clear-headedness he needs, as earthly man, for
    • anyone is awake, he is asleep where the inner nature of the will is
    • nature of our usual thinking. It deals with all impressions in the
    • nature. For we do not discover what a man actually is unless we start
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    • reveals its spiritual nature first in the pictures of Imagination,
    • but with our will into every single event in nature.
    • shall never be able to love nature in the right way until we have
    • way won through to an understanding love for all nature, that which
    • loving which we have cultivated first towards nature. Spiritual
    • learn in the realm of nature. Imagine that you have developed this
    • outside in nature or in the spiritual world, has become just as dear
    • Thus we persist to-day in seeing one side only of nature and of nature's
    • this attitude towards nature: how — because a man absorbs this
    • with the culture of the day — he considers nature to be
    • Initiation-knowledge away from this belief in nature as
    • had around them people who knew nothing of nature in the Copernican
    • times he lived in the being of nature. He saw the rainbows, the
    • there outside is a nature forsaken by the gods. When with my senses I
    • or in the physical bodies of men.” Nature appeared to these
    • knowledge which enabled them once more to look on nature as filled
    • that age occult knowledge; and explanations of nature were an occult
    • development during our civilisation, nature and nature's laws are the
    • feels nature to be neutral, not entirely satisfying, belonging
    • nature and in conformity with it — is that a new
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    • outside in nature. For a man looked upon the external world with
    • senses. It was the spirituality of nature that these teachers had to
    • were also there outside in nature. Thus, by showing his pupil what
    • of nature all the time. In the same way the spiritual investigator
    • members of man's nature, the astral body and the Ego-organisation,
    • real nature only through Inspiration. We then perceive that
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    • indication of the nature of these worlds.
    • work out laws of nature. They also make experiments to bring to light
    • the secrets of nature, and the results of their experiments are
    • the laws of nature, laws founded on earthly conditions and earthly
    • they apply as laws of nature knowledge acquired in earthly
    • when they establish laws of nature in a laboratory, and then clothe
    • of nature and then apply it to a spiral nebula in far-off cosmic
    • to discover a set of laws other than our laws of nature, he would
    • awake, we are in the sphere where the laws of nature hold sway and in
    • world not subject to the laws of nature. That is why dreams are a
    • This different world is not governed by our laws of nature; it has
    • opposes nature's laws.
    • bodies, I am still living half under the laws of nature, although I
    • of nature are not valid; and each time we wake we leave that world to
    • them in so hazy a way compared with our clear perception of nature
    • inquiry into the nature of this chaos, has been fruitless, but men
    • belongs to the nature of the astral body to carry us out from our
    • opposes the laws of nature. From morning to night, from waking
    • nature and from the laws of mathematics — from the latter laws
    • releases us from the laws of nature, by which we are fettered
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    • super-sensible world, and the laws of nature cease to hold good. Thus
    • appears different from the physical world of nature. Behind the veil
    • moral world is found to be just as real as is the world of nature
    • here in the sense-world, where the laws of nature rule. But the
    • compared with that of nature, is so disorganised, so
    • nature — facing actually three worlds. Once the veil has been
    • entirely of a physical nature; and when spiritually you study the
    • these are by their very nature spiritual. We can distinguish in man
    • nature of the soul against earthly activity and substantiality.
  • Title: Evolution of Consciousness: Lecture VI: The Ruling of Spirit in Nature
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    • in Nature
    • of symbolical pictures the dream brings out a man's true nature, and it
    • to search for the inner truth about our own nature and to consider
    • for nature is dreaming in seed and embryo — their very essence
    • the intellect, for that is limited to nature's laws; you must
    • dream. In the whole of a man's body nature is dreaming. Nature's way
    • wonderful magic of nature, a creating from out of the
    • fully awake life of elemental nature-beings, who will one day become
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    • nature-forces holding sway in him, this earthly gravity is withdrawn
    • picture he presents, as if nature herself were giving us a
    • home to ourselves the nature of the Sun's hidden forces, by which these
    • activity that goes on in the kingdoms of nature, and he is, as it
    • or in nature, in the way I have described, for Swedenborg the Earth
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    • nature of art, directly we rise to the super-sensible. The fact that
    • nature. Humanity must find its way again into the true realm of art.
    • has to say about our true nature and our actions is experienced by
    • nature of the experience is disclosed, and we find it is gone through
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    • nature of beings. You yourself are interwoven with these clouds, and
    • time between death and rebirth our bodies are of this same nature; we
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    • to bring before our souls the nature of our experiences between death
    • belonging to the kingdoms of nature — on the minerals, plants
    • elemental beings who live in the kingdoms of nature, in the plant
    • active. Just as we are active here with the forces of nature, so
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    • a stone or an animal we leave morality aside. We say: “Nature
    • the spirit, just as here we have the art of nature. All this finally
    • Moon wisdom — it was able to understand the nature of the
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    • — a life active in all colours and sounds of nature, in
    • physical nature revealed to the senses, there is a concealed spiritual
    • nature — a hidden spiritual environment. This surrounding
    • concealed life of nature there works and weaves that which, in its
    • in external nature. Thus the world bears man's future within its own
    • the forces concealed in nature, forces of the hidden world. The trembling
    • life of nature, is expressing itself in the human body. And we can
    • through a change in our expression. Everything in the nature of a
    • for people who are not of an actually degraded nature. But through
    • nature, also, to find in a quite exact, scientific way its rhythmical
    • concerning our insight into nature. If the results of this research
    • are estimated rightly, the laws of nature in future will no longer be
    • and how in the rhythm of events in nature the rhythm of the cosmos is
    • setting out on the path leading from physical nature to the
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    • the laws of nature and infusing them with life and with spirit, they
    • laws of nature and the moral life of the whole Cosmos. They are
    • knowledge of nature and of the heavens — through spiritual
    • nature when nature is not understood spiritually, but viewed as
    • though atomic processes were part of nature. The spirit in nature is
    • nature, encompassing man with pictures of every kind, so that in this
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    • very nature wearies us does not continue during our dreams. This
    • extended beyond our bodily nature, as if we were no longer compressed
    • one feels, in addition, how the bodily nature is deserted by the soul
    • soul of the nature of will impulses.
    • be associated with our lower nature also; an emotional life is
    • his threefold soul nature and also through his physical
    • nature — out of these realms proceed those forces which can
    • Thought: etheric nature
    • nature
    • nature of the Buddha.
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    • our will nature is the influence of a life directed in its entire
    • arrangements of nature, are associated with a weakening of the
    • will is connected with our total human nature in a manner entirely
    • nature. Even when instructing a child, we should connect what we
    • teach him with the forms and processes of nature. When children reach
    • the contrary, the observation of nature offers us the opposite
    • purpose processes in nature, in order to penetrate into hidden
    • mysteries.' Through absorption in problems of nature and of humanity,
    • nature that they are especially important to those who are determined
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    • Without insights of a spiritual nature we cannot and will not
    • insight into a law, that is akin to a law of nature.
    • to doing. Yet such is the nature of Rudolf Steiner's
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    • a procedure that stifles the very nature of schools
    • good as they should be considering the nature of our
    • to anything of a spiritual nature. When talking about
    • still on the level of the nature of ordinary knowledge but
    • parties. Human beings are unaware of the actual nature of
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    • nature. I also mentioned that in this abstract age certain
    • nature, having its reality in the spiritual world. It only
    • with the nature of the programs, because he first has to
    • movement, or a party of a spiritualistic nature, and so on.
    • the nature of their activities here on the physical plane is
    • on the nature of folk souls which I gave in Kristiania in 1910,
    • functions. We must shed this abstract nature if the recent
    • village community. Only a person who understands the nature
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    • sense of sight. First, we will consider its nature in an
    • nature is an inner quality of bodies. You strike a metal
    • the inner nature of things. If you go to the other side, you
    • nature to where the external corporeality becomes more
    • the nature of the metallic element; you arrive at what is, in
    • organs that are as much of a physical nature as are those
    • nature through sound.
    • inner being, for inspirations belong more to the inner nature
    • we now penetrate into our inner nature through the inner
    • nature
    • particular nature of these experiences. The mysticism, even
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    • be of a nature that can be represented before the whole
    • last Sunday about the nature of the human sense organism.
    • concerning the union of the divine and the human natures in
    • one who understands the nature of present initiation can
    • nature, something that is not permissible today. Thus,
    • ideological questions. It is connected with the basic nature
    • man's lower nature — the word leads to
    • corporeal man. But whether we study the facts of nature
    • it, we have what may be called the soul-spiritual nature of
    • sides of human nature, we are obliged to say: What is looked
    • nor his soul-spiritual nature. We cannot recognize the
    • physical corporeal nature of man. You can discover the
    • physical bodily nature. We cannot look into it, for if we
    • psychology; this is the true nature of memory. Only when
    • given a picture of nature today which is then extended to
    • the more we descend into man's individual nature, the more we
    • the nature of material elements in order to guide us in this
    • specific task of true spiritualism to unveil the nature of
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    • Ahrimanic nature. The events of the last few years can only
    • depths of human nature adds its voice to it.
    • nature that they can be established with absolute
    • nature. We cannot advance without that. All talk about
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    • Forgetting its very nature, the East has allowed itself to be
    • birth, before conception. In the very beginning, the nature
    • comprehends matter. For how can materialism fathom the nature
    • though nature did not exist at all. Duty, for example, and
    • there to a philosophy of nature, develops his doctrine of the
    • very nature develops in the various regions.
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    • by their nature to develop that element which makes its
    • the three members of human nature came to special expression
    • special nature of the ancient Indian, this — instead of
    • nature, namely, the rhythmic system. This is why he did his
    • — ignorant of the true nature of both — mixed
    • nature. It has a psychology, however, that deals only with
    • nature of the Oriental to live in his metabolic system. It is
    • the Central European's nature to live in the rhythmic system.
    • It is Western man's nature to live in the nerves-and-senses
    • inherent dispositions of human nature, how can we do that? We
    • the nature of the ancient Orient, later that of the Middle
    • understanding the nature of the life of rights, of the state.
    • By understanding the Western nature, we gain a comprehension
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    • nature of the human being if one cannot place it in the
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    • the region lying, as it were, behind nature in a
    • spirit-nature world. One could also say that it is the world
    • soul nature, he speaks of thoughts, feelings and will
    • this inner nature, which remains quite undefined to him, he
    • take the phenomena of nature for what they are —
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    • into man's whole nature of feeling and perception, then he
    • nature of the forces that work chiefly in the human head and
    • anything of this nature that is to be given to humanity must
    • particularly those of an economic nature? We must engage in
    • tremendous scorn for anything of a group nature in the world.
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    • documents which are proof of the Orient's essential nature,
    • himself that if we observe nature — he naturally looks
    • nonexistent in nature, for there can be no freedom —
    • yet cannot be found in nature.
    • rebels against all that prevails in nature. Something
    • therefore ensues here that is not yet found in nature. Now
    • the social life and rebel against nature herself. He looks in
    • nature cannot establish this social community; in nature, the
    • they are forces of nature, rebel against the natural forces
    • three kingdoms of nature. By working on his whole being, he
    • reform movement of a radical nature. It really only contains
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    • to the kingdoms of nature surrounding us. With our astral
    • being represents today, in the direction of nature, we find
    • kingdoms of nature on the one side; on the other side, we are
    • nature. Keep in mind that it is present in reality when it
    • even the reality of nature. It is important to realize that
    • point where we apprehend nature with abstract concepts. We
    • were, from this knowledge of nature that he develops, is
    • nature at another, albeit distant, future time. With the help
    • order of nature of another time.
    • this innermost principle of human nature that the economic
    • issues forth from these domains into the life of nature; and
    • life of nature itself. For civilization will not only pass
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    • of animal, plant or mineral nature prepared for us at the
    • able objectively to enter upon the nature of the actual
    • the avowal of the transitory nature of matter, are considered
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    • mature were initiated into the nature of that which was sent
    • science for an illumination of the life of nature as well as
    • are indeed serious and of such a nature that they induce us
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    • life of nature, but today, certain phenomena of social life
    • causality of nature holds sway in the sphere of life,
    • evolutionary conditions are not of such a nature that a clear
    • spiritual and soul nature.
    • supposed to learn about the nature and processes of the
    • can only grasp its essence, especially the nature of the
    • this comprehension of man's nature, arrives at the point of
    • are laid down by a government which by its very nature stands
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    • long absence and the nature of the time in which we find
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    • step further into the inner nature of the human soul and,
    • concepts penetrate the whole of our human nature; they
    • awareness of the nature of our whole human condition. The
    • nature by the divine-spiritual powers themselves. He believes
    • totality of his nature, in his soul and bodily being. Now,
    • the nature of the forces that are active in the child's body
    • heavenly body. Therefore we can say that a certain nature
    • surrounds us now; we are born again and again; this nature
    • replaced by a different nature. Of everything that is present
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    • observation of nature and knowledge derived from
    • Geoffrey de Saint Hilaire. The latter sees nature as a living
    • observation of nature and from experimentation. Facts of
    • purely pragmatic in outlook. Cut off from nature, surrounded
    • foundation; Goethe's intuitive perception of nature and his
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    • conception of nature. Universe and man envisaged as complex
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    • akin to the elemental forces of nature. These two aspects
    • sees in nature. Imagine you are looking at the world of
    • nature ... You see the colours, you hear the sounds —
    • Such is the situation in nature, but in history it is not
    • genuine impressions of nature. All the historical twaddle
    • most powerful impulse of this nature. We can, of course,
    • product of nature. As member of a national group man creates
    • these peoples it is given facts, facts of nature which
    • phenomenon of this nature emerges on the surface it meets
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    • must trade, exchange goods and produce what nature does not
    • is surrounded by nature and lives in communion with nature
    • indifferent to nature, and their relationship to nature is
    • everything. Now an insoluble problem of this nature
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    • symptomatic nature. This can be deferred until next week when
    • paid no attention to those of a spiritual nature. If we ask
    • with the laws of nature. And we must study this impulse as
    • unable to derive anything in the nature of a decisive impulse
    • is a vast difference between the observation of nature and
    • Observation of nature — with different nuances — was
    • common to all epochs. But when man observes nature he becomes
    • one with nature and shares in the life of nature. But,
    • strangely enough, this communion with nature blunts the
    • nature and at the same time know or cognize in the sense in
    • communion with nature one must be prepared in a certain sense
    • to surrender one's consciousness to nature. And that is why
    • the observation of nature cannot fathom its secrets, because
    • when man observes nature his consciousness is somewhat dimmed
    • and the secrets of nature escape him. In order to apprehend
    • the secrets of nature he must be alive to the
    • nature but by intellection or human intelligence; it is
    • nature and is centred in man. ‘We murder to
    • dissect’— our knowledge of nature is derived from
    • nature only becomes ripe for technical exploitation when it
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    • history it is not easy to show the true nature of the
    • is impossible to believe that, by their very nature, the most
    • to develop anything in the nature of positive ideas.
    • nature.
    • divorced from living nature. He is entirely engaged in
    • example, or other fine sentiments of alike nature. But all
    • the nature of these ideas. And if you take the trouble, you
    • abstract nature), and the ‘lofty human ideals’, as they were
    • with living nature. He who is able to follow with true
    • nature, namely, the study of pathological conditions in man.
    • meaningless! Now people do not say this, because nature in
    • sphere of external nature. In the sphere of history, however,
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    • of human nature we touch upon here. There is ample evidence
    • nature of the locomotive. It would be equally mistaken to say
    • possession of man's corporeal nature in earlier times —
    • understand the nature of these forces of evil we must not
    • it reveals its true nature, where it acts as it must of
    • all kinds of secondary effects, but art by its very nature
    • artistic forms in painting and sculpture, or of the nature of
    • picture-nature. In the epoch of the Consciousness Soul
    • the spiritual archetype of man through his picture-nature. In
    • an inner sympathy and understanding of a different nature
    • his picture-nature, when we can approach him with the
    • time — problems of the nature of evil which threaten to
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    • important impulses of a far-reaching nature if it had not
    • nature will it be possible to arrive at a philosophy of
    • related to human action as the laws of nature are related
    • symptomatic nature that I have undergone in my present
  • Title: Symptom 2 Reality: Lecture VII: Incidental Reflections on the Occasion of the New Edition of 'Goethes Weltanschauung'
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    • second nature, something, however, that was uprooted from its
    • phenomenon. When we enquire into the nature of this isolated
    • nature.’ The so-called Goethe scholars, the literary
    • is firmly anchored in his conception of nature.
    • from the intuitive perception of nature to art. In studying
    • between perception of nature and artistic activity, between
    • Goethe when he observes nature as an artist, but sees it on
    • creation in nature at a higher level.
    • but imbued with the wisdom that informs nature. For Goethe
    • the soul of man is the stage on which the spirit of nature
    • rigorous observation of nature. In spite of all university
    • The really important question is the nature of the
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    • between the divine and spiritual nature of Christ and the
    • human and physical nature of Jesus. This was the central
    • consider it as by nature diametrically opposed to Jesuitism.
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    • nature of the civilized world. In order to understand this we
    • nature and substance as the Father from all eternity. This
    • of the same nature and substance as the Father.
    • Father, different in substance and nature, the perfect
    • doctrine of Athanasius which was foreign to their nature, for
    • Teutonic peoples was originally of a different nature. These
    • showed little interest in the relationship between nature and
    • mankind. They imagined man as insulated from nature. They
    • no interest in the way in which man is related to nature, how
    • man is an integral part of nature. Whilst in the East, for
    • profoundly the relation between man and nature, that man is
    • to some extent a product of nature, as I showed in the case
    • understanding for the relationship between human nature and
    • cosmic nature. He had a strong sense for a common way of
    • nature. Nature was to some extent excluded from the social
    • a survival of a conception that linked nature and man, it was
    • an insight into the nature of Aufklärung which was
    • Spirit. It is in the nature of this people to give to the
    • Russian nature, especially its piety, must have found the
    • deeply rooted in human nature, a movement that is steadily
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    • begin consciously to raise the question: What is the nature
    • it what you will, the Divine Order or the order of Nature,
    • Nature. In effect, it is only an apparent prosperity that is
    • Nature generally, came to the conclusion that one ought to